The Toledo College of Nursing celebrates its «claiming» pattern with the assistance of 300 members

The Toledo College of Nursing has celebrated its traditional patron saint dinner, San Juan de Dios, in which some 300 nurses from the province of Toledo gathered, in an event that is already an annual benchmark for sharing and living moments of brotherhood between these professionals and that had not been held for the last two years due to the pandemic.

The Toledo College of Nursing celebrates its «claiming» pattern with the assistance of 300 members

The Toledo College of Nursing has celebrated its traditional patron saint dinner, San Juan de Dios, in which some 300 nurses from the province of Toledo gathered, in an event that is already an annual benchmark for sharing and living moments of brotherhood between these professionals and that had not been held for the last two years due to the pandemic.

Representing the nurses from Toledo, the president of the College, Roberto Martín, presided over the event, accompanied by representatives of the rest of the professional health, medical, pharmacist and veterinary colleges.

The president of the nurses thanked all the attendees for their presence and stressed "being very proud of the nurses from Toledo, who have been able with their competence, courage and personal effort, even putting their health at risk, to move forward in terms of health to our country together with the rest of the health professionals of a crisis never seen before.

A role that has not ended there, but has continued through the management of the Covid and flu vaccination campaign, as well as in epidemiological surveillance by tracing contacts.

A day of brotherhood, which puts the finishing touch to the recently celebrated International Nurses Day on May 12, in which the College of Toledo carried out the Nursing Recognition 2022 to all the nurses of the province of Toledo for their performance in the face of the pandemic.

This brotherhood dinner has also been a place for claims and demands to the public administrations in which the collegiate institution continues to work. They denounce the job insecurity and the shortage of nurses well below the European average, which "leads to an overload of care that is difficult to bear, due to the implementation of jobs for all nursing specialties in our health service, due to job homologation of nurses to group A1, like the rest of university graduates, for the eradication of assaults on health workers and for the creation of the figure of the school nurse in the educational centers of Castilla-La Mancha».

These and other claims will have a place in a demonstration that will take place on June 18 in Madrid in which a large number of nurses from all over Spain are expected to participate.


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