The University of Health and Allied Sciences (UHAS) in Ho has held its maiden edition of “White Coat Ceremony” (WCC) for the first batch of 42 students of the School of Medicine in Ho.

White Coat Ceremony is a ritual to recognise medical students as doctors in training and held before students start meeting patients.
This follows the successful transition of the students from pre-clinical training to the clinical sciences.

Professor Henry Tagbor, the Dean of School of Medicine, said the students were successful in their pre-clinical training, which was done mainly in the lecture halls and laboratories and ready for the next phase.

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He advised the students to be academically and psychologically prepared and apply the knowledge acquired when dealing with patients.
Prof. Tagbor asked them to work diligently and attend to patients irrespective of social standings.

Dr. Archibald Letsa, the Volta Regional Minster, said Government was aware of progress being made by the University and the things that it needed to grow.

Source: GNA/NewsGhana.com.gh

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