Johnson’s Baby sponsors Pediatric Nursing Congress

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The 8th Pediatric Nursing Congress of the Sri Lanka College of Pediatricians and Pediatric Nursing Association, sponsored by Johnson’s Baby, was held recently at the Taj Samudra Hotel. Johnson’s Baby, the baby care expert brand, is proud to be associated with this prestigious annual event of baby care experts - the fraternity of pediatricians in Sri Lanka. 


Johnson’s Baby, world renowned baby care brand, was recently adjudged as No. 1 baby care brand in Sri Lanka for the 4th consecutive year by the 2016 edition of Brands Annual. Johnson’s Baby products are preferred and trusted by mothers and health professionals in Sri Lanka for their safety, mildness and effectiveness. Johnson’s Baby offers the best quality baby care products that carry the unique trademarked certification of ‘clinically proven mildness®’ and ‘no more tears. 


The association with such a prestigious event reflects the trust placed by medical professionals in Johnson’s Baby. The event was graced by Minister of Health, Dr. Rajitha Senaratne as the Chief Guest, at which disaster management of children, emergency pediatric care and new challenges in pediatric nursing were topics that were discussed and debated. 


The evening witnessed a gathering of eminent personalities such as Dr. P. G Mahipala, Director General of Health Services, Ministry of Health; Lakshmi Herath, President Pediatric Nursing Association; Dr. Ramya De Silva, President of Sri Lanka College of Pediatricians; and Dr. Surantha Perera, Secretary Sri Lanka College of Pediatricians.

 

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