Saturday, June 26, 2021

Palliative Sensitization Programme for Nursing Fraternity by CNK Group of Institutions, Bengaluru in collaboration with KSNC, NSS, DNipCare & ECHO India on 26th June 2021

Palliative Sensitization Programme for Nursing Fraternity held by CNK Group of Institutions, Bengaluru in collaboration with Karnataka State Nursing Council ( KSNC ), Nursing Scholar Society, (NSS), DNipCare & ECHO India on 26th June 2021.

Prof. (Dr.) Suresh, Principal, CNK College of Nursing, Bengaluru welcomed the participants of the Webinar.     

The programme was inaugurated by Dr. Bhagwan BC, Vice Principal, Prof. in Surgery, KIMS Bengaluru.  He has emphasized the points of 1) need to universalization of Palliative Care movement  in the State of Karnataka 2)  including the subject in curriculum of Medicine 3) to take it to further heights by including more students and institutions to ensure the care reaches every patient requiring it.  

Mr. Anil John Christopher, Chairman, CNK Group of Institutions conveyed his pleasure in the attempt to spread the much required Palliative Care mission for the benefits of chronic suffering patients.

The faculties were

1. Dr. Rakesh Garg, Additional Professor, Anesthesiology, Dr. BR Ambedkar Rotary Cancer Hospital, AIIMS, New Delhi

2. Mrs. Alice Stella Verginia, Ex-MNS, National Faculty IAPC and ELNEC.

3. Prof.(Dr.) Latha A, Faculty, JIET College of Nursing, Jodhpur.

The Session was moderated by KV Hamza, Gen. Secretary, DNipCare and coordinated jointly by Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary, DNipCare and Prof. Geethamma Emmiammal, Principal, Sharada Devi College of Nursing, Bengaluru.

 Prof. Meghavarnan, Principal, MES College of Nursing, Bengaluru said vote of thanks to the dignitaries, faculties, the participants, DNipCare and Echo India for conducting the arranging the programme.


 
































 

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