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As part of the partnership between the Princess Grace Hospital (CHPG) and the International Cooperation Directorate, a Malian cardiologist and anesthetist are currently being trained in Monaco.
Dr. Mamadou Diakite, hospital cardiologist, in Bamako, updated his knowledge in the field of management of heart disorders with Professor Nadir Saoudi. Mr. Minkoro Traore, nurse anesthetist at the Hospital of Sikasso, carries out, meanwhile, a training course in anesthesia-resuscitation with Professor Isabelle Rouquette-Vincenti.
This cooperation program, initiated in 2010, has the main objective of structuring hospital partnerships with public health institutions of the Monegasque Cooperation partner countries.
A total of eight trainees were welcomed at the CHPG in 2018.
At the end of their training, the participants commit themselves to re-integrate their hospital of origin for a period of 4 years and to train the personnel, on the spot, by transmitting the knowledge acquired.
It should also be noted that every year CHPG doctors carry out missions to partner countries to assess needs, treat and carry out in situ training.
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