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the first batch graduates of the Technical Institute of Nursing in Egypt.

 Prof. Gamal Shiha, President of the African Liver Liver Patients’ Association (ALPA) and Chairman of the board of directors of the Egyptian Liver Foundation, congratulated the successful first batch, graduates of the Technical Institute of Nursing, noting that 80% of them have an overall grade of “Excellent” and “very good”, which enables them to have the opportunity to complete their studies in faculties of nursing to obtain a Bachelor of Nursing from the Egyptian public universities.

The Technical Institute of Nursing of Sherbeen affiliated to the Egyptian Liver Foundation in Dakahlia announced that 20% of the first batch of successful students this year had a overall grade of “Excellent”, and 60% “very good”, which qualifies them to study in the faculties of nursing in Egyptian universities, which is the result of years of hard work and concerted efforts carried out in cooperation between the Egyptian governmental and non-governmental institutions.

Dr. Gamal Shiha said that the Technical Institute of Nursing from the first day of its establishment stressed the need to adhere to the quality of education and provide the high training possibilities necessary for students to be outstanding graduates, ensuring the highest standards of efficiency to provide high quality/competitive medical and nursing services in hospitals and medical centers, both inside and outside Egypt.