UNDERSTANDING THE ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY (A&E) DEPARTMENT AT PARIRENYATWA GROUP OF HOSPITALS

UNDERSTANDING THE ACCIDENT AND EMERGENCY (A&E) DEPARTMENT AT PARIRENYATWA GROUP OF HOSPITALS

THE Accident and Emergency Department is the port of entry for patients who fall suddenly ill without prior booking. 
The spectrum of illness widely varies from very minor cases who can be seen and discharged, to very seriously ill patients who need stabilization in casualty before admission by a relevant specialty. Thus, on arrival patients are sorted into three groups depending sorely on the severity of their condition.

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ANNUAL NURSES AND MIDWIVES GRADUATION AND PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY

ANNUAL NURSES AND MIDWIVES GRADUATION AND PRIZE GIVING CEREMONY

Please be advised that the Annual Nurses Graduation and Prize Giving Day will be held on Friday 06 October 2017 at Harare International Conference Centre.

Graduands and Guests are required to be seated by 1100 hours. 

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Understanding Child Cancer with Professor Chitsike

Professor I Chitsike Consultant Paediatric Oncologist (Child Cancer Unit)

Professor I Chitsike Consultant Paediatric Oncologist (Child Cancer Unit)

Group of Hospitals. She is also a Paediatric Professor at the University of Zimbabwe, College of Health Sciences. She sits on a number boards which include, The Child Protection Society, St Giles Rehabilitation Centre and the Southern Africa Aids Trust. Profes-sor Chitsike is an active Rotarian.

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Introducing the Retinopathy Screening Project at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals

Dr B. Macheka – Head of Department for Sekuru Kaguvi Eye Hospital

Introducing the Retinopathy Screening Project at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals

Dr B. Macheka – Head of Department for Sekuru Kaguvi Eye Hospital, Chair-person for the National Prevention of Blindness Committee (NPBC) and Chief Government Ophthalmologist. The Retinopathy screening project is part of the Zimbabwean Reti-nopathy Telemedicine project which was started by Dr Kimbal Woodward together with the Zim-babwe Retinopathy Telemedicine Project (ZRTP).

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Developing a culture of water conservation at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals

Developing a culture of water conservation at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals

Developing a culture of water conservation at Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals

Water has generally been regarded as an abundant resource and cheap commod-ity. This view is changing in Zim-babwe as health care facilities, industries and households are fac-ing severe water shortages mainly due to climate change. Water shortages and droughts are more common, and increased de-mand is being placed on already

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