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Meeting reviews health safety and quality in emergencies

Meeting critiques wellness security and high quality in emergencies

Muscat – 

The Ministry of Health (MoH) is holding a consultation meeting for creating a program to assessment primary challenges in the course of emergencies. The ministry, represented by the Collaborative Center of World Health Organization (WHO) for Quality &amp Patient Safety hosted the meeting in cooperation with the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean (WHO-EMRO) at the Holiday Inn Hotel on Monday. 

The two-day meeting aims at creating an implementation framework for high quality and security in the course of adversity, reviewing the primary challenges and priorities in the course of emergencies. It will also assess initial final results of the high quality, and creating the primary tools required to make certain high quality and security.

The meeting started in the presence of Dr Qamra al Saririah, director common of Quality Assurance Center at MoH and Dr Rashid al Abri, director of the WHO Collaborative Center for Quality &amp Patient Safety at MoH. Over 20 WHO-EMRO professionals from Oman are attending the consultation meeting.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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