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i would i would i would apply for each patient and when
we have to start in the education all nurses and physicians
not stats uh what i see in didn't it even now gracing the
nursing education as well as the physician deer trails on diseases
you have to do this afterwards you or it wouldn't care specialist for
example and you take care of this little bit of that human
being but there it's not only that way this is the entire bottom
and we have to see that a little bit more globally
there are some uh and uh uh some
institutions that are starting with advanced
practitioner says that has a little bit and i know would you
what's going on with patients you see that may need to k. u. c. then us
here in switzerland we start that so i would start early
in the education and then they'll or now
when i can talk for chaney by the university of teaching you are and uh
and university of applied sciences engine you know they're working together so we have
it's medical students and nursing students that or educated
in certain areas together and i think
this is a good start that we can go to over it's a health care
thank you
it's yeah
oh they should
i mean i know
except thanks for the call this uh any other questions
it's one that easier to incline the philadelphia saying in india's like
say diabetic also because a lot of history about the patient
and you probably know the biochemistry of the named based on the history
of the patients so that might be a good starting point
the yeah this is this is a good starting point because sometimes
but when i when i was when i work in the outpatient clinic and i get that patients for
from from physicians from jane cheap piece cassette rooms here that's a diagnosis so
if we know already everything about the patients it's easier it's much easier so we
can have a more holistic like we can do whatever to patients need
thank you very much so that's fine

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Health care is more than medical care!
Prof. Dr. Sebastian Probst, DClinPrac, RN, Professor of tissue viability and wound care at the University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland, Geneva, Switzerland
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