Bahrain: The Health Minister of the Kingdom of Bahrain, Dr Jaleela Jawad Hassan, received the letter of Master from the employee, Fatima Al Zayani. She emphasized the significant role of the Ministry of Health and its staff members in order to enhance the health sector in Bahrain.
According to the reports, the Minister of Health, Dr Jaleela Jawad Hassan, took to the official Facebook account of the Health Ministry, Bahrain and stated that “When receiving the Master’s letter from the employee Fatima Al-Zayani, the Minister of Health, she confirms the support of scientific and research aspects in all areas of specialized and administrative work and its investment in enhancing the efficiency of the health sector.”
In her remarks, the Minister of Health, Dr Jaleela Hassan, also confirmed the outstanding efforts of the staff of the Ministry of Health, noting the Ministry’s keenness and interest in supporting and developing the scientific, cognitive and research aspects of all areas of specialized and administrative work invested in enhancing work efficiency and achieving the proposed goals of the health sector.
The reports also confirmed that this came at the reception of the Minister of Health, Dr Jaleela Hassan, Fatima Al-Zayani, a project planning and management specialist at the Ministry of Health, who submitted a copy of the Master’s letter titled: “The Impact of Smart Technologies on the Sustainability of Institutions”.
Additionally, the Health Minister noted the importance of the topic covered in the Master’s letter and the level of effort put into it to come up with recommendations. It can be practically utilized in a work environment.
In the end, on her part, the employee Fatima Al-Zayani sincerely thanked and appreciated Her Excellency the Minister of Health for her continued support to the national personnel of the Ministry of Health members.
“She also appreciated the interest in enhancing the cognitive aspects that contribute to the development of capacity within a supportive and stimulating environment for achievement and development,” said reports.