LINET launching collaboration with Australian nurse training centers
It is increasingly evident that one of the most effective aspects of preventing back injuries in nurses is education in the ergonomics of working with hospital beds, which is where the back is subjected to the greatest strain. It is great news, therefore, that select healthcare training centers are to be provided with new beds from LINET for use in their educational programs.
Working with the Prague office of the Australian Government’s agency Austrade, and with significant help from its director, Petr Vodvářka, LINET has commenced collaboration with important training centers that offer postgraduate studies for nurses and home nurses and have campuses throughout Australia. The collaboration will get underway with a series of presentations and demonstrations of LINET’s Multicare and Sentida 7-i beds, which the company is donating to the training centers for the purposes of the project. Jiří Mlch, Regional Manager for Southeast Asia, the Pacific, and Australia, who initiated the project and has invested great effort into it, says: “I’d like to thank the Australian Consulate in Prague for its cooperation thus far. I firmly trust that these activities will, namely, assist in the development of the clinical processes and procedures that will be applied in practice as well as increase awareness of the LINET brand on the Australian market as an important producer of hospital and nursing care beds.”
“In the past six months, LINET and Austrade Prague have succeeded in building outstanding working relationships that have allowed us to explore mutually beneficial business opportunities in Australia. We are happy that we can participate in building collaboration with these Australian institutions and training centers in the capacity of future partners,” says Australia’s Honorary Consul and director of Austrade’s Prague office Petr Vodvářka.