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Soft skill training programme held at Father Muller College of Nursing

Published On : 11 Jul 2017   |  Reported By : Canaranews Network


Mangaluru: Alumni Association of Father Muller College of Nursing in collaboration with the second PBBSc students of Father Muller College of Nursing held a communication and soft skill training programme, recently. Fr Richard Coelho, director of Father Muller Hospital, inaugurated the training programme. Speaking on occasion, he said, "Those in the nursing department should speak in a friendly manner to patients coming to the hospital. There should be sincerity in work and clarity in what we say to patients and listen from them,” he said.

Judith Pinto, who had arrived as resource person trained nursing students, old students, and nursing department heads.

Father Muller College of Nursing principal Sister Jacintha D'Souza, Darrel Aranha president of Old Student's Association and Shalet, student organiser were present on occasion.







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