The program aims to train and qualify 5,000 Saudi nurses to work in critical care departments by enrolling them in an intensive training program for a period of nine months, where the number of graduates of the first batch is 842 nursing staff.
In its first track, the program targets the newly appointed after the completion of the guidance and counseling program, and in the second track, it targets nursing working in less acute departments such as internal medicine departments, surgery, outpatient clinics and primary health care centers to qualify them in critical care departments and achieve Emiratisation rates in line with Vision 2030.
The program provides the trainees with the necessary cognitive and professional skills and experience that will enable them to work in critical care departments to ensure the provision of a safe and quality nursing service in critical specialties such as eye intensive care, pediatrics, neonatology, emergency departments, in addition to dialysis units, heart centers, and Oncology centers.
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