A British Pakistanis charity organisation arranged on Monday a training workshop for paramedical staff of a hospital at Rajana.

Rawalpindi Foundation University’s lecture Sidra Akhtar delivered a lecturer to the hospital staff including nurses, ward boys, receptionists and telephone operators on the topic of “Organisational Behaviour and Communication Skills”.

She said the uniform of doctors and nurses is the symbol of peace so they must treat the patients and their attendants with politeness which will be greatly helpful in healing the patients. She added that polite attitude will not only create better name to their hospital but also will satisfy their conscience.

In his speech, Medical Superintendent Dr Mian Omer Zeshan said that training is vital for the staff to deal with the patients in a modern way. Hospital’s Board of directors’ member Mian Hafeezullah was also present on the occasion. Miss Sidra Akhtar was awarded a special shield on behalf of the hospital by the MS.