Posts tagged developing world nursing
CURE Uganda Staff Profile: Nurse Anita Kirunda
Anita Kirunda has worked at CURE Uganda for four years now. She first started out as a primary care nurse, then she was promoted to ward/ICU charge nurse, where she served faithfully for two years. She was then promoted to OR in-charge, and, after a track record of solid performance, she has been promoted to the Assistant Nurse Manager position at CURE Uganda. Meet Anita!
CURE Zambia Hosts Nurses From CURE Kenya
Kellen Amundui and Caroline Njambi-Karanja arrived in Zambia last week to participate in the inaugural nurse exchange program between Beit CURE Hospital and the AIC-CURE International Children’s Hospital in Kijabe, Kenya. CURE Kenya was the first hospital to open in the CURE International family. Two of our nurses, Divine Kanguya and Precious Tembo, swapped places […]
Diane Lawrence on Nursing at CURE
CURE International’s Nurse/Anesthesia Clinical Director Diane Lawrence talks about the importance of nurses and their training at CURE hospitals.
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