Dengue management training vital for new HOs

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Staff Reporter

Principal PGMI/AMC Prof. Dr. Al-freed Zafar said that the new House Officers posted in Lahore General Hospital (LGH) are being assigned responsibilities in various departments and in this regard the most importantly, dengue management training has been made mandatory for them.

After medical graduation from Ameer Uddin Medical College (PGMI) newly appointed House Officers on Monday taken charge in LGH.

These paid House Officers would be given Rs 45,555 per month remuneration as admissible by the Punjab Government.

Prof. Dr. Al-freed Zafar said that sessions will be arranged on special training and workshops for young doctors on dengue prevention, treatment and safety measures for patients so that they can get practical training especially in dealing with the onset of rainy season and the dangers of dengue and all the challenges associated with it.

He further said that successful MBBS students of Ameer Uddin Medical College should spare no effort to enhance their professional skills in the practical field and instead of depending young doctors on degrees, they should introduce themselves to modern techniques and keep in mind the best medical development so that patients can benefit from their practical experience as much as possible.

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