Sunday, October 31, 2021

Medical Camp by DNipCare in association with Delhi Ayyappa Sewa Sangh (Ayyappa Mandir) Dakshinpuri on Sunday, 31st October 2021.




DNipCare in association with Delhi Ayyappa Sewa Sangh (Ayyappa Mandir) Block 20 DDA Flats, Dakshinpuri held a free Medical Camp & dispensation of Medicines to the patients of the colony from  3 PM to 5 PM on Sunday, 31st October 2021. 

Prof. (Dr.) Neeta Kumar of ICMR, Dr. Sana Omar and Dr. Nadhir managed the Camp along with Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Sr. Nursing Officer, Mr. Desanth Chakkambath, Nursing Officer, both from Safdarjung Hospital, Mrs. Pearly Sen, Biochemist from Jaipur Golden Hospital.  

The Camp was supported by Student Volunteers Miss Shalini Dutta,  Miss Oanh Pham, MSW Interns from Delhi School of Social Work, and Mr. Mohammed Amal of Ambedkar University, Miss Christy Sen of Dayal Singh College,  supervised by Ms. Seema Prasad, Volunteers Coordinator, along with other Volunteers Ms. Omana Gopal, Mr. Somasekharan, Mr. Subin Salam and KV Hamza.  

It was coordinated jointly by Mr. Krishnan, President, Ayyappa Sewa Samiti and Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary, DNipCare.


Saturday, October 23, 2021

Academic Session of DGHS -DNipCare – ECHO India program on “Promoting Excellence in Palliative Care Nursing – Batch-2” on 23rd October 2021

The Online Academic Session of DGHS -DNipCare – ECHO India program on “Promoting Excellence in Palliative Care Nursing – Batch-2” has been inaugurated by Dr. T. Dileep Kumar, President, Indian Nursing Council on 23rd October 2021.   During the inaugural speech, Dr. Dileep Kumar stressed upon the need of upgradation of nursing skills from General Nursing to Specialized Nursing.  He has also talked about the initiatives of Government of India for Palliative Care and ensuring availability of pain medications for the suffering patients, especially the end stage cancer patients.  Dr. Dileep Kumar has also informed that the Credit Hours already sanctioned by INC for the first batch will hold good for the second batch and further batches with the same course content and framework.

Dr. Bhargavi. C.N, Academic Coordinator DNipCare welcomed the participants.  Dr.Rathi Balachandran, ADG(Nursing), DGHS made the key note address and also conveyed the proposal of DGHS of converting major Hospitals of Delhi into Pain Free Hospitals by integrating Palliative Care discipline.  

Dr. Priya John, General Secretary, Christian Medical  Association of India during her address informed about the Palliative fellowship and diploma courses being offered by CMAI for Doctors and Nurses respectively.  The requirement of status elevation of Nurses along with alleviation of pain and sufferings of patients has also been highlighted.

Dr. Roy K George, National President, Trained Nurses Association of India conveyed the essential requirement of Palliative Care Teams to look beyond the Cancer thereby taking care of patients suffering from disease like Dementia also where the carer needs more training and focus.

Shri KV Hamza moderated the inaugural session and said vote of thanks to the participants and dignitaries.

The Academic Session began with Introduction of Topic by Dr. Rakesh Garg, Additional Professor
IRCH AIIMS New Delhi and moderated by Dr. C.N Bhargavi, Academic Coordinator DNipCare.  An Overview of Palliative Care was given by Prof. (Dr.) AT Kora, Nursing Superintendent (Rtd), St. Stephens Hospital followed with Case Presentation by Ms. Shakeela Murali, Course participant from CMC Vellore and Question Answer and Discussion handled by Dr. Rakesh Garg.

The closing remarks were made by Shri KV Hamza and the Programme was coordinated by Shri Suresh Thaliyaril, Secretary, DNipCare.

Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Medical Camp by DNipCare at Trilokpuri, the resettlement Colony on 19th October 2021

A Medical Camp for the residents of Trilokpuri, the resettlement Colony of East Delhi was held by DNipCare on 19th October 2021 involving consultation with expert doctors and dispensation of required medicines to the patients.

The Programme was led by Dr. Khaise Harid and Dr. Prashant from Department of  Anesthesia, Dr. RML Hospital, Delhi along with  Dr. Alisha Musthafa,  Dr. Pallav  both from IHBAS and Dr. Urvi from Madan Mohan Malavya Hospital.  The programme was coordinated by Mr. Suresh Thaliyaril, Sr. Nursing Officer from Safdarjung Hospital along with Mr. Dishant, also from Safdarjung Hospital and   Mr. Nikhil Krishna Prasad of Lal Bahadur Shastri Hospital.  Mr. Dhanpal, former employee of Safdarjung Hospital and resident of the Trilokpuri colony provided the space for conducting the programme in the colony, which was appreciated and well attended by the suffering patients. 

The Volunteers were, Mr. Shyam Gupta, Mr. Antony Cyriac, Ms. Seema Prasad, Mr. Subin Salam, Mr. Amal Mohammed, Miss Shalini Datta and KV Hamza.