Students from the National Institute of Health and Social Studies graduate

Eighty-two students graduated on the 26th June 2019, during the National Institute of Health and Social Studies, ceremony held at the International Conference Centre of Seychelles (ICCS) upon completion of their Masters, Bachelor of Science, Advance Diploma, Diploma and Certificate programmes.

The graduation done in partnership with the Chamberlain University, saw Daniella Athanase being awarded the President’s Cup from Minister Mitcy Larue, who represented President Danny Faure for the occasion. Daniella topped all her colleagues due to no absenteeism and lateness, traits that are welcoming in health care service delivery.

The other awardees in the different categories were: Certificate in Health Care – Audrey Bedier (Best academic performer) and Tyler Campbell Williams (Best in practice), Diploma in Nursing – Daniella Athanase (Best academic performer) and Rhonda Youpa (Best in practice), Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences – Nerrie Florentine (Best academic performer) and Remy Julie (Best in practice), Bachelor of Science in nursing – Stephanie Charlette (Best student), Master of Science in nursing – Deborah Quatre (Best student), Best Evidence-based project for MSN – Jacqueline Paulin; Best effort student (SNYC) award – Reuben De Letourdie and the Best person centered-care student – Tyler Campbell Williams.

Present at the awards ceremony were Minister Larue, Minister Jean-Paul Adam, Minister Jeanne Simeon, Ambassador Erna Athanasius, Health Care Agency chief executive Dr Danny Louange, NIHSS director Marylene Lucas and Professor Jill Price from the Chamberlain University and other representatives from the Ministry of Health, stakeholders and parents.