REPORT ON CHILDREN’S DAY CELEBRATION

Department of Child Health Nursing,KLEU’s Institute of Nursing Sciences, Belagavi, celebrated Children’s Day on 14th November 2017 in collaboration with Dept. of Pediatrics JN Medical College at Pediatric ward of KLE’s Dr.PrabhakarKore Charitable Hospital Belagavi, followed by Play material distribution were given to the children’s.

Prof. (Dr.) SudhaRaddi Dean & Principal, KLE  INS Belagavi, Prof Sumitra LA HOD, Dept. of Child Health Nursing and the faculty from the department of Child Health Nursing, MSc 2nd Year, 3rdyear  BSc & 2nd GNM  students were present over the function.

Department of Child Health Nursing conducted the Guest Lecture on “Management of Challenged Children” on 18th May 2017 at KLEU’S INS Belagavi….Mr.Prakash Naregal Asst. Prof Dept of Child Health Nursing Krishna Institute of Nursing Sciences, Karad Maharastra was a Resource person.
KLEUnivrsity’s Institute of Nursing Sciences, Department of Child Helath Nursing and NSS unit organized the Health Awareness programme on Vector Borne Diseases(Malaria, Dengue & Chicken Guniya) on 1st February 2017 for school children Agasaga Village Belagavi

Department of Child Health Nursing celebrated Children’s Day on 14th November 2016

Guest Lecture on “Paediatric Drug & Fluid Calculation” on 30th August 2016

The department of Child Health Nursing has organized Guest Lecture on “Paediatric Drug & Fluid Calculation” on 30th August 2016. The Guest Speaker Mrs. Aparna Kale Asst .Prof. Dept of Child Health Nursing Bharathi Vidyapith College of Nursing Sangli. Maharastra. 54 B.Sc Nursing students were attended the Guest lecture.

DEPARTMENT OF CHILD HEALTH NURSING

REPORT ON CELEBRATION OF WORLD BREAST FEEDING WEEK, 1ST & 2ND AUGUST 2016

Beneficiaries: Total 49 postnatal mothers

This unique Department deals with the art and science of caring for newborn children and those up to the age of 14 years. The orientation in this delicate process is provided by senior staff at the ‘Well Baby Clinic’ and ‘Under Five Clinic’ and also at the regular child health OPDs. The advanced facilities include Neonatal ICU, Pediatric ICU and a General Pediatric Ward. Nursing students are exposed to a wide gamut of childcare through these facilities.