AHRO MASTERCLASS IN OCCUPATIONAL MENTAL HEALTH
Poor mental health is one of the most significant challenges in the workplace today, resulting in over 70 million lost workdays annually. This ranges from the most basic symptoms of stress and worry to more severe mental health illnesses like depression, bipolar disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder. This includes everything from stress and worry to more serious mental health issues like depression, bipolar disorder, and obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Health workforce shortages are a global problem. The evidence-based practise revealed that the quality of care is directly related to the number and educational background of health professionals, including nurses. This requires the involvement of higher learning institutions. It is in this context that AHRO University has developed the programme targeting nurse assistants for upgrading their knowledge and skills to the level of an Advanced Diploma in General Nursing to respond to the needs of health care services around the world.
In addition, a 6-month intensive program of nursing and midwifery skill development was designed by AHRO University with the aim of developing the well-educated and highly skilled professional nurses and midwives to support the world healthcare system and continues to assist in addressing the human resource needs of world’s health services.
The complexities around the expected roles of nurses have made it imperative to design and develop a suitable curriculum to meet the demands of service users at different levels within the health care settings.
By training professionals with good decision-making and critical thinking abilities, this programme will be a response to the realities of modern-day developments in the health care system.