The Students were Urged to be Rigorous and Committed in the Exercise of Their Duties.
This call was made Friday November 27, 2020 by professor Gloria Ashutantang, Dean of studies of the faculty of Health sciences of the University of Bamenda, during the graduation ceremony of the second batch of students of the Siantou Higher Institute of Health Sciences.
Chairing the occasion in her capacity as personal representative of the vice Chancellor of the University of Bamenda, Mrs. Ashutantang reminded the laureates that their profession is a challenging one, but that they must be committed
“Patients come to you with different problems, they are anxious, remember they have rights and you have responsibilities toward them, so put in all your sacrifice to satisfy them”.
On her part, the direct of this Institution, Dr. Lucienne Grace Chameni invited the students to keep the name of the noble profession by being humble, respectful, keep good behaviours in all circumstances, be punctual, self disciplined and rigour.
According to the coordinator of nursing Sciences of this Institution, these students are ready for the job market.
The 16 graduands who came from the department of nursing, midwifery, and medical laboratory sciences expressed their gratitude to the school for providing them with efficient staff and the necessary equipment for the accomplishment of their goals.
By Ingrid Kengne