Sun, 21 June 2020
The National Communication Centre (NCC) organized a field for journalists to visit the Crown Prince Center for Training and Medical Research.
Journalists were updated about the centre’s advanced training and research methods and medical services that incorporate the highest quality standards in simulation-based education, using the latest technologies and the best learning methods in the region.
Journalists also visited the simulation labs where new doctors train for 50 hours before performing operations on the ground. All rooms are equipped with cameras and audio devices, allowing direct broadcast worldwide and tele-medical review as well.
The rooms are also equipped with the latest hospital and medical puppets, along with modern screens that display electrocardiograms, measure pulse oxygenation, blood pressure, arterial waves, pulmonary artery waves, and anesthesia gas.
Crown Prince Center for Training and Medical Research director, Anaesthesiologist and Intensive Care Consultant Brigadier, Dr. Khalid Abdulghaffar Abdulla, hailed the NCC role in highlighting national efforts to combat the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
He praised NCC cooperation and media coordination, stressing the importance of the efforts exerted by the Crown Prince Center for Training and Medical Research, the first simulation-based medical facility in the Kingdom of Bahrain.
He highlighted the vision of the Royal Medical Services Commandant Major General Professor, Shaikh Khalid bin Ali Al-Khalifa, to promote training which represents the cornerstone of any institution that aspires to reach excellence by providing high-quality simulation-based medical education with the aim of raising the level of knowledge and skills of health professionals.
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