CEIMM-URACCAN conducted therapeutic session with health personnel at The New Dawn Hospital in Bilwi
According to the expert, in the second phase of the therapies the burdens with which the nurse arrived are released.
Neylin Calderon

Mutual help sessions to strengthen medical capacities

From the Center for Multi-Ethnic Women's Studies and Information (CEIMM-URACCAN) of the Bilwi campus, various therapeutic sessions are being conducted to support the health staff of the New Dawn Hospital that is on the first line of contagion before Covid-19, collaborating to face fears, anxieties and psychological problems that can cause exposure to the disease.

According to teacher Meira Nicho, CEIMM technique, these sessions have been passed to the second phase of the process and have the main objective of paying the mental health of the health personnel, in this specific case with the nursing area, who are working in the COVID-19 room of the New Dawn Hospital.

"Right now the second phase is being completed with the sessions, moving forward, in this case, with the second and third group," Nicho said.

Coordinations that pay for intercultural community extension processes with the cost-effective population

It should be mentioned that these activities are being carried out in the framework of compliance with the Charter of Understanding signed by the authorities of URACCAN Bilwi enclosure and the management of the New Dawn Hospital, to give psychosocial treatment to all health personnel of that institution.

"For college this comes to find a way to continue to develop positively in processes with staff (...); so far we have had positive reviews, at first we felt that they were very loaded, right now in the second phase we are feeling that those loads are already being eliminated," Nicho explained.

Therapeutic sessions are facilitated by forensic psychologist Nancy Balderramos and all this is done in the fulfillment of the plans of the Decolonization and Depatriarcalization project for the transformation towards education.