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Continuing Nursing Education Topic :“EXCELLENCE IN PEDIATRIC NURSING”

7 Credit hours awarded by the Gujarat Nursing Council.

Date : Friday, 12 January 2018

Kundanben Dinsha Patel Auditorium
Dinsha Patel College of Nursing
College Road
Nadidad – 387001

Continuing Nursing Education Objectives
Organizers aspire to acquaint conference delegates withTo
explore the new dimension in regarding clinical examination of children.
To enhance the knowledge about child psychiatry.
To develop the skill regarding communication to children.
To update knowledge regarding impact of technology & social media on children.
To make a review of recent immunization schedule.
To learn about organization and standards maintained in NICU

Guidelines for abstract submission :
Abstracts for paper presentation will be mail to on or
before 25/12/2017. Abstracts should be in IMRaD format with the word format in
font style Times new roman, Font size 10, line spacing 1.5 and max word limit i.e
250. Only research studies will be accepted for the conference. The submitted
abstracts will be scrutinized by the scientific committee and the
acceptance/rejection of the abstracts will be intimated through e-mail. The time
allotted for oral presentation is 10 minutes. Best paper presentation will be
awarded. Researcher should certify that it is his/her individual research work and
not yet published in any journal / conference / workshop and symposium.
Researcher can add his guide name along with research abstract.
Note :
Abstract should be along with full length research paper.
Committee decision will be final and should be accepted by all the presenters

Registration Fees Including Lunch and Refreshments : Rs.1000 for all categories. No spot registrations/-

For more details, contact:
The Organizing Chairman
Dinsha Patel College of Nursing, College Road,
Nadiad, Dist- Kheda, Gujarat, Pin-387001,
Ph. (o) 0268-2521500, (M) 7567660166, 9664659251
College Email Id: & website:

Topic : “Recent advances in Nursing Education, Research, Nursing Care and Psychiatry Nursing”

Tamil Nadu Nurses and Midwives Council awards 6 credit hours

Date: 24th February 2018

Venue:Vishwa Yuvak Kendra,
New Delhi, Delhi 110021
International Youth Centre

Paper Presentation topics

Recent advancement in Patient Care
Multi-Professional Practice
Acute / Critical Care
Care of Patients with Chronic Disease
Symptom Management
Medicine and Surgical Nursing
Paediatric Nursing
Obstetrics & Gynaecological Nursing
Recent advancement in Nursing Education
Problem-Based Teaching and Learning
Evidence-Based Teaching and Learning
Critical Thinking and Caring Competency Training
Clinical Reasoning and Decision Making Competency Training
Clinical Research in Nursing
Recent advancement and Reforms in Nursing Management
Human Resource Management
Quality and Safety of Nursing Care
Crisis and Risk Management Primary Care Nursing
Use of Information Technology in Nursing
Nursing Ethics
Geriatric Nursing
Psychiatric Nursing
Mental Health Nursing

About Delhi, where the conference is being held:

It is difficult of some up Delhi but still we will try to do it as whenever you come and see its beauty, it has something or the other to keep you mesmerize with its majestic beauty of liveness of the city, that’s what Delhi is. Delhi, the capital of India, is situated in northern India and stands on the west bank of Yamuna River bounded by Uttar Pardesh and on the north, west and south by Haryana. Delhi is spread over an area of 1483 sq. Kilometers, 216 meters above sea level and has a population of around 14 million.

Delhi has the advantage of its cosmopolitan society where there are people from every nook and corner of India. This makes the city very multi linguistic and multi cultured. Being the capital of the world’s largest democracy, Delhi has embassies of more than 160 countries. Endless topics can be discussed on Delhi. A place to live, love and laugh and gather memories.
Delhi Metro has come as a much awaited gift for the people of Delhi, which has indeed changed the transport facility of he city.

Delhi has seen major infrastructural changes over the past few years amidst increased foreign investment and economic growth. Delhi has always been a vibrant city with a cosmopolitan culture which embraces itself to every aspect of life. Auditoriums in Delhi host cultural and recreational concerts all through the year, which is seen with great interest by the people of Delhi.

Entertainment in Delhi during the conference

Live concert and dramas in Delhi take place on a regular basis, which adds to the entertainment aspect of the city. With the development of extravagant malls and shopping complexes in Delhi, you have the option to shop and dine under the ambience of a single roof. In addition to the modern lifestyle malls and shopping centers in Delhi, you have the option of enjoying the traditional taste of shopping in Delhi in the by lanes of old markets like Karol Bagh and Chandni Chowk.

Entertainment without good food? Well, this does not suit the lifestyle of Delhi-ites. In addition to the famous high class restaurants and cafes, Delhi also offers lane side eateries which are very famous among the people of Delhi. Delhi’s landscape is getting populated with ultramodern multiplexes, shopping and specialty malls. This has certainly helped in transforming Delhi into a world class city. Well, it is also becoming the major Information Technology destination of India.

Other interesting information

According to reports, Delhi and NCR accounted for maximum software export from India. IT and ITES have found their place in Delhi and NCR, where the infrastructure provides a conducive environment to make the industry flourish like never before. All major multinationals like IBM, Microsoft, Google, Sony, etc. Have their offices in Delhi and NCR. Delhi is the symbol of old and new India, an India which is growing rapidly and catching up with the global business demand.

Registration Fees Including Lunch and Refreshments : Rs.1500 for early bird registrations. Rs.2000 for spot registrations/-

Students will get a concession of Rs.500 on the above fees.
International participants have to pay $100. Spot registration is $150.

Contact Details: 044 – 26535001

Organizing Chairperson of the Continuing Nursing Education:
Dr R K Sharma,
Editor IJONE
Institute of Medico-legal Publications
501, Manisha Building,
75-76, Nehru Place
New Delhi -110019

If you are attending this conference, you can ask for the registration forms from the Webmaster through comments section.


Tamil Nadu Nurses and Midwives Council awards 6 credit hours

Date: 13th October 2017

Venue:Zacharia Mar Dinosius Auditorium
MMM Hospital
No:4 A, Dr.J.J Nagar,
Mogappair East,Chennai-600037

Highlights of workshop:

Challenges at the workplace
Solutions to ensure mental well being
Mental health difficulties in workplace
Building teacher-student relationship
Emotional intelligence a power of positive


Mental health and workplace can have great partnership in creating a successful career. Many times commoners connect only a place of employment to workplace. But a workplace includes a service place like educational institution which includes the future generation the students.

Mental Health
Mental Health
Mental health issues have become a growing problem among students in academics. Attending college can be stressful time for many students. In addition coping with academic pressure, some students have to deal with the stressful task of separation and individuation from their family of origin while some have to attend to
numerous work and family responsibilities. Many college students experience the first onset of mental health and substance use problems or an exacerbation of their symptoms during their college life. Some examples of non-academic stresses include personal relationships. Today, the media keeps updating us on shocking workplace related issues disharmony among students, crimes born out of indifferences, comparison etc.

At the workplace:

At this juncture it is critical to analyze and understand the major emerging mental stress in new population of the society-the workers at their workplace” This year’s theme of world mental health day –“Mental Health at workplace” comes to us with lots of thoughtfulness.

According to recent data 1 in 4 students have a diagnosable illness. 40% do not seek help. 80% feel overwhelmed by their responsibilities. 50% have become so anxious that they struggle to complete their schooling. It is imperative that the academic advisors equip themselves to effectively identify students with mental health issues. The Teachers are trained to Observe students behavior, listen to self disclosure and refer students with mental health issues to the appropriate services available in campus.

Nurses should feel empowered by knowing that they have the ability to aid in addressing mental health issues and could have a significant effect on a student’s future.

Registration Fees Including Lunch and Refreshments : Rs.500/-

Contact Details: 044 – 26535001

Organizing Chairperson of the Continuing Nursing Education:
Dr.Rosaline Rachel
MMM College of Nursing

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