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Dated: August 21, 2018 Author: Mohammed Aruf Yasin

POLHN’s free online courses improve education opportunities for Pacific health workers

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has put extensive efforts into providing free e-learning courses over the past 14 years through Pacific Open Learning Health Net (POLHN). This strives to bridge the gaps between geographically dispersed health workers and address their 

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Dated: August 30, 2018 Author: Mohammed Aruf Yasin

Online opportunities for continuing nursing education

The nursing profession is the largest single health profession in Fiji. The Ministry of Health understands how important nurses are and each year allocates tens of thousands of dollars to provide continuing nursing education. Although it is a costly investment, 

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Dated: September 4, 2018 Author: Mohammed Aruf Yasin

Making free continuing education more accessible

Educational institutions are now making more and more health courses available for free online. By providing free online nursing courses with certificates of completion, remote health workers benefit, and institutions fulfil their corporate social responsibility. Free continuing education is the 

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Dated: December 2, 2018 Author: Mohammed Aruf Yasin

A Tribute to Our Nurses

As I prepare to pen this article, I am reminded of Hippocrates’ saying. He believed that the goal of medicine is “to cure sometimes, to relieve often, to comfort always.” For me, learned exactly this through daily example from the 

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