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Wound Care Workshop held

Wound Care Workshop held

A Workshop on wound care was organised jointly by Critical Care Nursing Department and Critical Care Medicine Department of Swami Rama Himalayan University.

Chief guest at the workshop was Principal Himalayan Institute of Medical Sciences, Dr Ashok Kumar Deorari. He explained that wound care by nurses plays a critical role in faster recovery of the patients in critical care units. Nurses need to be more educated regarding updated information about wound care. In the workshop nurses were trained on different techniques of dressing wound care as per the direction of experts.

In the workshop Wound Care Clinical specialist Nurse Kunj Bihari Yadav, Himalayan Hospital ICU expert Dr Sonika, Dr Sushant, Dr Nandkishore, Dr Sonu Sama, Surgery Department Head, Dr Hemant Nautiyal, Dr Manu Rajan, Dr Kamli Praksh and Dr Harleen Kaur provided their expert opinion. In the workshop all the participants were given hands on experience by the practitioners in Critical care of Himalayan Hospital. Principal Himalayan college of Nursing, Dr Sanchita Pugazhendi felicitated the participants and the organizers of the workshop and appreciated the collaborative venture of Critical Care Nursing and Critical Care Medicine department during the valedictory session in her speech. Workshop Chairperson Dr Rajesh Kumar Sharma welcomed the participants.

Present in the occasion were Chief Medical Superintendent Dr S L Jethani, Reena Habil, Dr Vandana Chauhan and Priya JP.

Notice for Revision of Dates in B.Sc. Nursing program-2022

NOTICE

This is hereby notified that the last date of receiving online application forms for B.Sc. Nursing Programme has been extended till August 07, 2022. Revised Important Dates of Nursing Entrance Examination (NEE-2022) are as follows:

  • Last date for online submission of Application Forms with requisite fee - August 07, 2022
  • Date of uploading Admit cards on Swami Rama Himalayan University (SRHU) website - 8th August, 2022
  • Date & Time of Entrance Examination (at SRHU) - 21st August 2022 (Sunday) 10:00 A.M. To 12:00 P.M.
  • Date of Uploading Answer Keys (on the SRHU website) - 22nd August 2022
  • Declaration of Result (on the SRHU website ) - 30th August, 2022
  • Date of 1st Counseling/Allotment of seats - 6th – 7th September 2022
  • Date of 2nd Counseling/Allotment of seats - 16th September 2022
  • Date of 3rd Counseling/Allotment of seats - 23rd September 2022
  • Commencement of Course - 26th September 2022

Please visit the Nursing school page for more detail.

By Order
Chairperson, Admission Committee
Nursing Entrance Examination (NEE-2022)

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Himalayan College of Nursing observes World Schizophrenia Day

On the occasion of World Schizophrenia Day, the Mental Health Nursing Department of Himalayan College of Nursing organized a Seminar on the theme “Connecting with Hope” on 25th May 2022. It was underlined on the day that ‘unashamed conversation’ relating to mental health can majorly help in managing it.

The seminar was graced by the presence of Dr Sanchita Pugazhendi, Principal, Himalayan College of Nursing as the Chief Guest, along with the HODs of various departments of Himalayan College of Nursing.

The seminar commenced with the lighting of the lamp by the Chief Guest along with other dignitaries and recital of Guru Vandana by the student nurses, which was followed by the delivery of welcome address by J Manoranjini, Faculty, Mental Health Nursing Department. It was emphasized on the day that mental health was as important as physical health.

During the address by the chief guest, Dr Sanchita Pugazhendi highlighted the importance of nurses in managing patients with schizophrenia and also emphasized creating awareness in the community about it, as the disorder had a great impact on patients and on the caregivers as well.

Dr. Grace M. Singh, HoD, Mental Health Nursing Dept, highlighted the main focus of the seminar - to sensitize student nurses and instill hope in the caregivers and also the patients suffering from schizophrenia that they can lead a normal life provided they take proper treatment for it, adopt a healthy lifestyle, attend rehabilitation & awareness programs in community which will build hope in dealing proactively with schizophrenia and with this we can connect the issue of mental health with assurance of healing.

The seminar covered the topics of Schizophrenia risk factors, genetic factors, maternal factors, alteration in neurotransmitters and viral infection and pathophysiology, its symptomatology and importance of giving hope to patients and their relatives.

The seminar was conducted by students of M.Sc. Nursing of the Mental Health Department under the supervision of the faculty of Mental Health Nursing Department, Sandhya Negi, Jayant Gideon and Krishan Mohan.

Principal, Himalayan College of Nursing
Nursing students attending the seminar
Schizophrenia risk factors & genetic factors