THE TWO DAY TRAINING ON ESSENTIAL SAFETY EMERGENCY, PROCEDURE AND CLINICAL GOVERNANCE BY MONITOR HEALTHCARE IN CONJUNCTION WITH FEDERAL MEDICAL CENTER (FMC)
On Tuesday and Wednesday the 23rd and 24th of October 2018, Monitor Healthcare Limited collaborated with Federal Medical Centre (FMC) to organize and deliver a two day training which was delivered to the staffs of Federal Medical Centre by well acclaimed facilitators namely, Dr. Femi Ogunremi and Pharmacist Folashade Lawal, the event took place in the seminar room at Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Ebute Metta, Lagos state.
A total of 55 staffs of Federal Medical Centre were in attendance for the training on the first day, and there was a slight increase on the second day, as 58 staffs attended on the second day. The staffs in attendance spanned from different departments from O & G department, Family Medicine Department, Surgery department, Ortho department, Paediatrics department, Anaesthesia department, Internal Medicine Department, Dental Department, Ophthalmology Department, Nursing departments, laboratory departments, Physiotherapy department, Radiography departments and Chief Medical Officers.
Several topics were covered namely, Clinical Governance, Communication skills and documentation, Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS), communication workshop, Critical trauma patient care, Acute management of unwell and injured patient in the hospital environment, Infection Control workshop and Information Governance, these topics were delivered by Dr Femi Ogunremi and Pharmacist Folashade Lawal.
The lectures were well delivered and received thanks to the teaching methods and savvy nature of delivery displayed by the facilitators, the eagerness to learn from the staff of Federal Medical Centre, the interactive sessions, the group tasks which took place and the availability of good types of equipment provided to make learning suitable and smooth.
At the end of the training, a feedback form was handed out so as to know which areas were there to be improved upon and to know the level of knowledge gained by the participants.