- Published: Friday, 16 October 2015
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of founding the 10th Military Research Hospital and Polyclinic Independent Public Healthcare Centre, on 14th October 2015 a Scientific-Training Conference was held.
- Published: Wednesday, 12 August 2015
Each year on 15th August we celebrate the Polish Armed Forces Days as a commemoration of the victorious Battle of Warsaw in 1920 fought during the polish bolshevik war, established with the order No. 126 from 4th August 1923 of military affairs minister Gen. Stanisław Szeptycki, in which the following information was included: “On this day the military and the society commemorates the glory of polish arms, personification and embodiment of which is the soldier. On the anniversary of memorable crushing defeat of bolshevik onslaught under Warsaw we commemorate the fallen in combat with the ancient enemy for integrity and independence of Poland”.
- Published: Friday, 15 May 2015
Two important holidays for nurses and midwifes fall in May: 12th May – International Nurse Day and 8th May – National Day of the Midwife.
The performance of a nurse and midwife profession requires psychic and physical predispositions. Such individuals must above all be emphatic persons who pursue the patient’s welfare in their work. Equally important is the ability of establishing good contacts with both the patients and their relatives. At the same time, a nurse and midwife must be characterized by assertiveness, decisiveness, composure and patience. The ability to control one’s emotions and stress release are also required. As members of the therapeutic team nurses and midwives must demonstrate extensive medical expertise.
Out respect for the daily trouble, dedication, level of effort and immense contribution into the effective functioning of the Hospital, on 14th May 2015 formal celebrations of the International Nurse Day and National Day of the Midwife were held in the 10th Military Research Hospital and Polyclinic Independent Public Healthcare Centre in Bydgoszcz.
- Published: Friday, 8 May 2015
Obesity is currently considered a 21st century pandemic and its prevalence in the world drastically increases. In Europe obesity has reached the extent of a pandemic. Its prevalence has trebled over the last two decades. The treatment of obesity and its complications takes up a large amount of budget earmarked for health protection.