A team from the Divine Word University’s Flexible Learning Centre (FLC) participated at the Mamose regional Catholic Church Health Services (CCHS) Conference in Madang. The
The FLC team from the main campus in Madang led by Mrs Cathy Pamba was invited to talk to participants about programs offered under the flexible learning mode that the Catholic Church Health Services managers and officers in the provinces could take up.
The DWU team was at the conference on Thursday 18 July 2019. The conference was held at the Alexishafen Conference Centre of the Catholic Archdiocese of Madang.
Mrs Pamba presented an overview of DWU and the flexible learning programs that were offered for working professionals.
She highlighted the FL programs available for health professionals and they are the Master of Public Health (Health Service Management), Bachelor Rural Health (for HEOs in-service) and Diploma in Health Services Management.
Members of the FL team Wapu Urisip and Eunice Sange were on hand at the conference and distributed program information and application forms much to the appreciation of the participants.
The Catholic health managers and officers were very pleased to hear about the programs offered at DWU.
Conference organizer and Madang Archdiocese Health Service Manager Ms Nola Marita said they were grateful that Mrs Pamba and her team from DWU attended the meeting and talked about the programs.
Ms Marita said the conference was the first for the CCHS in Mamose and they were pleased that the managers and officers attended.
On Tuesday July 18, the Head of the Health Management Department Dr Tabian Ambang spoke at the conference on Visions 2050.
The week-long Mamose regional Catholic Church Health Services (CCHS) Conference ended on Friday 19 July with a closing dinner and presentation by Archbishop Stephen Reichert OFM Cap from the Archdiocese of Madang.
Report and pictures by Dr Kevin Pamba