Zim’s Coronavirus Readmitted At Wilkins

ZIMBABWE’s suspected coronavirus case which initially turned out negative has been readmitted at Wilkins Infectious Diseases Hospital. by HealthTimes Reporter She had been admitted at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospital where a psychiatrist was tending to her in the Casualty ward. Government last week said the woman was discharged after being found without the coronavirus. She was checked for the virus in China, Zimbabwe and South Africa.

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Health Ministry Invites May 2020 Nurse Training Applications

THE Health and Child Care Ministry is invitingRegistered General Nurse Training applications for the May 2020 intake. By HealthTimes Reporter The Health Ministry last year announced the interview dates for the January 2020 Intake for all shortlisted candidates. “Ministry of Health and Child Care National eRecruitment of Registered General Nurse Training May 2020 Intake Applications for the three year Diploma in Registered General Nurse Training to be conducted by the Ministry of Health and Child Health Care (MoHCC) are invited from suitably qualified holders of the following qualifications: • A…

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Poor Knowledge On Acute Malnutrition Management Among Zim Healthworkers

LESS than half of Zimbabwe’s healthcare workers have training on managing acute malnutrition. This came out of an assessment of the country’s health system’s readiness to deal with climate change induced drought and subsequent malnutrition. By HealthTimes Reporter The Ministry of Health and Child Care (MOHCC) with support from UNICEF and World Health Organisation (WHO) carried out a rapid assessment of health facilities in 19 sampled high global acute malnutrition and high food insecurity districts from the ten provinces of Zimbabwe to ascertain the preparedness of the facilities to respond…

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