<p>The Aga Khan University Hospital's (AKUH) <strong>Nursing Education Services</strong> has been reaccredited as an <strong>International Training Centre (ITC)</strong> by the <strong>American Heart Association (AHA)</strong>.
</p><p>Having first received the accreditation back in 2006, AKUH has again been reaccredited for the next three years, following a thorough audit that included site observation, monitoring, and evaluation of training aspects including all the courses taught.
</p><p>Following an on-site audit in March 2022, results announcing the successful compliance with all measures and standards required for the reaccreditation were announced in June 2022.</p><p>The accreditation recognises and acknowledges the impact of the Nursing Education Services Team's course instructors (nurses and physicians) and Centre for Innovation in Medical Education (CIME) Team for their extensive collaboration and great efforts in achieving this milestone. </p><p>Lauding the performance of everyone involved in the reaccreditation process, AKUH's Chief Nursing Officer Khairunnissa Hooda said, “The reaccreditation is a testament to our commitment to training our nurses and physicians with the latest Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation procedures and techniques, and making sure our nursing staff is equipped with these basic life-saving skills to serve our patients better during their time of need." </p><p>Praising AKU's commitment and expertise, the AHA noted that the AKUH's Nursing Education Services is familiar with the medical and training needs of health care providers within Pakistan, holds expertise in resuscitation science and training, and provides training in Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) using the curricula and training materials of the AHA.
</p><p> To view the certificate, <a href="/pakistan/AboutUs/News/Documents/Aga%20Khan%20ITC-Certificate.pdf">Click here</a>.