Yesterday the 7th Congress of nurses/technicians in Bosnia and Herzegovina with international participation was solemnly inaugurated in the Crystal Hall of Hotel Tuzla. The organizers of the Congress aimed to present the latest achievements and upcoming challenges in key areas of nursing healthcare. In addition to priority of developing nursing practice in Bosnia and Herzegovina, a great attention and importance was given to continuation of nursing programs of international cooperation.
The president of the organizing committee of the congress, Mirza Jahić, head technician of the University Clinical Center Tuzla and the president of the Tuzla Canton Chamber of nurses/technicians in his welcoming speech said that the 7th Congress of nurses and technicians will offer a multidisciplinary approach. List of the invited lecturers includes healthcare professionals of different profiles in healthcare system who will contribute significantly to the improvement of theoretical and practical skills in the field of nursing. He also added that the two- day event is divided into 15 sessions covering themes to discuss modern approaches in nursing, education, health management, information technology in healthcare, as well as organization and improvement of quality in healthcare.
The Prime Minister of the Tuzla Canton Jakub Suljkanović declared the 7th Congress open, and throughout his speech highlighted an integral role of nurses/technicians in the healthcare delivery and system. The Prime Minister also said that this year the Government has allocated significant funds aimed for improvement of the work environment for healthcare professionals.
The 7th Congress of nurses/technicians in Bosnia and Herzegovina with international participation is organized by the University Clinical Center Tuzla and the Tuzla Canton Medical Chamber, under the auspices of the Tuzla Canton Government and Ministry of Health.