On January 24th 2019 representatives of the Emergency Training Institute of T&T (ETITT) and the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), USA visited the TTRNA headoffice in POS. They were hosted by TTRNA President Idi Stuart and TTRNA staff.

They have since expressed their thanks for the meeting and wishes the organization well highlighting the great work TTRNA has been doing to elevate the standards of Nursing Practice in Trinidad and Tobago.

Talks were held by the team exploring a collaboration on programmes such as ENA's TNCC programme and other Nursing Education programmes. Attached is a flyer of an upcoming programe the ETITT will be hosting. TTRNA has been invited to visit their facility on a return visit. TTRNA thanks the Emergency Training Institute of Trinidad and Tobago for their invitation and visit.

TTRNA visit

In the photo is Idi Staurt - TTRNA President, in blue shirt and
Nicole Williams - Director, Institute of Emergency Nursing Education USA (MSN, RN-BC)
Jami Blackwell - TNCC Educator ENA (MSN, RN, CEN, TCRN, FAEN)
Timothy Murphy - TNCC Educator ENA (RN, BSN, BS, TCRN, CEN)
Terri Repasky - TNCC Educator ENA (RN, MSN, CNS, CEN, EMTP)
Karla Reid-Pierre- CEO ETITT (MBA, BSc, CC-P, RRT)
Curt Pierre - COO ETITT

TNCC Flyer

 


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