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Graduation and capping ceremony

Graduation and capping ceremony The Lamp lighting ceremony of the 6th batch and the Graduation ceremony of the 2nd batch Nursing students of the School of Nursing attached to Fatima Hospital Lucknow, was celebrated on February 16th in the Nursing School auditorium. Rt. Rev. Dr. Albert D’ Souza, the catholic bishop of Lucknow, was the […]

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New Additional Director General Military Nursing Service

New Additional Director General Military Nursing Service Maj Gen (Mrs.) Shashi Bala, has taken over as Additional Director General, Military Nursing Service with effect from February 1, 2006. Commissioned into Military Nursing Service on November 10, 1969 on her successful completion of Dip in Gen Nursing from School of Nursing, INHS Asvini Mumbai and Midwifery […]

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Workshop on ‘Nursing Administration and Supervision for Effective Patient Care’

Workshop on ‘Nursing Administration and Supervision for Effective Patient Care’ The Trained Nurses’ Association of India organized a week long National workshop for Nurse Educators, DPHNOs, ANS/DNS/Ward Sisters in Hospital/ Community/Education from February 2-9, 2005 at TNAI Headquarters. The overall purpose of the workshop was to update and strengthen the knowledge and managerial skills of […]

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“Role of a nurse in disaster preparedness management”; a report

“Role of a nurse in disaster preparedness management”; a report Seda, Sheila “Disaster Preparedness and Management”, was the theme of the recent TNA(‘s workshop, which was organised at its headquarters, L-17, Green Park, New Delhi during November 21-28, 2001. TNAI, in its position statement, adopted by the House of Delegates in 1995, recognises that outcome […]

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News from TNAI Headquarters

News from TNAI Headquarters TNAI President Visits Headquarters Mr. Arvind B. Kulkarni newly elected President of TNAI, visited the Headquarters from November 17, to 24; 2005, to acquaint himself with the working of the Headquarters and attend the meetings of standing committees: Advisory Building & Finance Committee, Editorial Advisory Board, Continuing Education. He had elaborate […]

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Effectiveness of Standard Endotracheal Suctioning Technique on Patients with Mechanical Ventilators

Effectiveness of Standard Endotracheal Suctioning Technique on Patients with Mechanical Ventilators Mary, Annapoorna Purpose of the study: Endotracheal auctioning is a procedure that is frequently performed by nurses in critical care setting in order to maintain patients’ airway. It is .an imperative requisite of a professional nurse to perform endotracheal suctioning with a standard protocol […]

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A report on TNAI Workshop on “Nursing Management of patients with Orthopedic Problems”

A report on TNAI Workshop on “Nursing Management of patients with Orthopedic Problems” Subbiah, Nanthini Nursing Management of Patients with Orthope dic Problems – was the theme of the National Workshop organized by the Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) under its CEP from January 18 to 25, 2006. Forty two nursing personnel from various […]

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Computers in nursing

Computers in nursing Thomas, Kochuthresiamma Computers influence every sphere of human activity and bring in many changes in industry, education, health care, scientific research, social science, law and even in arts, music and painting. In India the impact of computer technology can be felt only in certain fields whereas in developed countries computers have become […]

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‘Nurses’ dilemma–ethical issues’

‘Nurses’ dilemma–ethical issues’ Kanase, Vijay B Nurses are caught in a dilemma between their duty to patients and their accountability to doctors and managers. It is a constant tug of war situation. The way nursing is organised largely determines Nurses’ behaviour. It limits their activities and holds them accountable for their action both as an […]

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CNE programme on human relations

CNE programme on human relations PSG College of Nursing conducted a workshop on “Human relations- An Introspection for Nurse Educators” on 2nd – 3rd March 2001 at Seminar Hall, PSG IMS&R, Coimbatore, Tamil Nadu. Ms. Josis Mathew welcomed the gathering. Prof. B. Leelamma, Principal, PSG College of Nursing presided over the function. She stressed on […]