Busitema University students to access C-Care facilities for practical training in new partnership

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Busitema University students to access C-Care facilities for practical training in new partnership
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C-Care IHK, a prominent multispecialty hospital has entered a partnership with Busima University that will see the latter's students access its facilities and equipment for practical training.

The partnership will mostly focus on  students pursuing a Bachelor of Anaesthesia program.

Under the partnership, the hospital's  team of medical professionals will engage in mentoring and guiding students throughout their academic journey, ensuring they acquire exceptional theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience in the

field of anaesthesia.

Azhar Sandhoo, the Chief Executive Officer, General Manager of C-Care Uganda, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration.

"This partnership with Busitema University perfectly aligns with our mission to contribute to the development of the

healthcare workforce. By sharing our expertise and resources, we aim to empower the next generation of anaesthesia professionals to excel in their careers," said Sandhoo.

Prof Paul Wako, the Vice Chancellor of Busitema University welcomed the partnership.

"We are excited to collaborate with C-Care IHK, a healthcare institution with an outstanding reputation. This partnership will

undoubtedly enhance our students' learning experience and prepare them for successful careers in anaesthesia," he said.

 

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