BY SAMIE WAIKORI
STAFF of Kilu’ufi hospital in Malaita province have undergone training on civil registration and vital statistic (CRVS) promadis database system decentralisation.
Information received from the civil registration vital statistic officer who facilitated the training says the training is basically on the births and deaths entry function.
Adding that the training also covers entry function for hands-on training and midwife registering a new born baby.
Ms Rose Palusi said nurses attended the training include two staffs from the health information system, four from Midwifes, one nursing instructor, a staff from hospital records and Director of Nursing.
She said that she was conducted training on behalf of the Civil Registration Office in Honiara with the support of Mr Ronnie Raraihuru, an officer from ICTSU.
Palusi said decentralization of the database already been done for NRH, Taro and Gizo Hospitals.
She said the CRVS promadis database system was introduced in the Civil Registry Department in 2013, with the support from UNICEF to better support birth and death registry functions in the country.
Today they will leave for Malu’u to do a similar training.