Tehran (IP) - The Deputy Minister of Nursing of the Health Ministry, Treatment and Medical Education of Iran announced that 17 Iranian nurses have been accepted to participate in the palliative care fellowship course of the World Health Organization.

Iran PressIran news: According to Iran press on Saturday, Abbas Ebadi, Deputy Minister of Nursing of the Ministry of Health, Treatment and Medical Education of Iran, said that in this 6-month virtual course, which is organized with the efforts of the World Health Organization and a number of international palliative care associations, there are 50 nurses and doctors from different countries, and about one-third of them are Iranian colleagues.

Ebadi added that the World Health Organization fellowship period begins on January 30 and continues until July 25, 2023.

Despite the sanctions and global political pressures, the Islamic Republic of Iran has overcome obstacles and achieved good results by relying on the important role of the people, especially the elite and active young people in the scientific and medical fields.


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