Training programme on health care for children and the elderly held

A training programme on communication and health education on nutrition for patients and the implementation of Circular 31/2021/TT-BYT, regulating nursing activities in hospitals, was held in Hanoi from November 4-5.
Participants are introduced to Vinamilk’s nutritional products.
Participants are introduced to Vinamilk’s nutritional products.

The event, held jointly by Vietnam Dairy Products Joint Stock Company (Vinamilk) and the powdered milk industry, together with the Vietnam Chief Nurses' Club, aims to provide intensive training for chief nurses and health workers, to provide nutritional care for millions of children and elderly people in Vietnam.

The training course was attended by more than 200 participants who are chief nurses, experts and medical staff from major hospitals in the North and nursing schools in Hanoi city and neighbouring provinces.

Chairman of the Vietnam Chief Nurses Club, Hoang Van Thanh said Vinamilk is the leading nutrition company in Vietnam and the only representative of Southeast Asia in the top 40 world leading dairy companies, in terms of revenue with many strengths in the field of research and application of advanced nutritional solutions, meeting international standards in nutritional products for Vietnamese people.

He expressed his belief that Vinamilk will help the club bring great benefits in terms of improving the quality of clinical nutrition to club members and from that help provide better nutritional health care for millions of people, especially children and the elderly.

Intending to raise awareness about the importance of nutrition in treating patients through chief nurses and medical staff, in 2020, the Vietnam Chief Nurses' Club and Vinamilk signed an agreement of strategic cooperation during the 2020-2022 period, to deploy intensive training activities for thousands of chief nurses and medical staff of medical examination and treatment facilities throughout the country.