INDO-AUSTRALIAN INTERNATIONAL CNE ON “PERIOPERATIVE NURSING CARE" (21st January 2014)


International Workshop on Mentorship: Collaborative Learning in Practice (CLiP) By Faculty of School of Health Sciences, University of East Anglia (UEA), Norwich, UK (17th to 21st November 2014)


INTERNATIONAL GUEST LECTURE ON “CHALLENGES IN NEONATAL CARE” (8th April 2015)


INTERNATIONAL CNE ON GAP ANALYSIS OF ICM GUIDELINES FOR MIDWIFERY EDUCATION PRACTISE AND REGULATION IN INDIA IN COLLABORATION WITH UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGILA, NORWICH, UK & SOCIETY OF MIDWIVES, INDIA, (SOMI) (8th April 2015)


INTERNATIONAL SKILLS AND DRILLS WORKSHOP FOR OBSTETRICIAN AND MIDWIVES IN COLLABORATION WITH UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGILA, NORWICH, UK (1st to 3rd April 2015)


ELECTIVE PLACEMENT OF STUDENTS FROM UNIVERSITY OF EAST ANGILA, NORWICH, UK UNDER STUDENT ECHANGE PROGRAMME (August 2015)


NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON STRENGHTENING HEALTH RESEARCH CAPACITY OF NURSES NEED FOR EVIDENCE BASED NURSING PRACTICE (5th & 6th March 2010)


NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON TRANSITIONING TO TOTAL PATEINT CARE: EMERGING TREND IN CLINICAL NURSING PRACTISE (9th & 10th November 2012)


NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON “TRANSFORMING HEALTH CARE: A PATHWAY TO EXCELLENCE in CARDIOTHORACIC NURSING” (8th & 9th September 2014)


STATE LEVEL WORKSHOP SPONSERED BY MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE, GOVT. OF INDIA FOR STAFF NURSES ON HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES (5th to 15th February 2010)


STATE LEVEL CONFERENCE ON ROLE OF SKILLED BIRTH ATTENDANCE IN ACHIEVING MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS (MDG) 4 & 5 (23rd & 24th November 2011)


STATE LEVEL CONFERENCE ON “EMPOWERING NURSES IN MANAGEMENT OF PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES” (28th & 29th April 2015)


IN-SERVICE EDUCATION PROGRAMME FOR STAFF NURSES (UNDER UPBSDC)


KLE Academy Of Higher Education and Research
University’s Professional Behaviour and Skill Development Cell (UPBSDC)

Under the auspices of
University’s Department of Education for Health Professionals (UDEHP)
INSTITUTE OF NURSING SCIENCES, BELAGAVI
In-Service Education Courses Programme for Registered Staff Nurses
(Started From March 2013)
TOTAL NUMBER OF STAFF NURSES TRAINED =276+150 = 426

Sl. NoTitle of the
In-Service Program
DateNo. of ParticipantsNo. of Resource Persons
1Administration & Ward Management18th to 23rd
March 2013
1911
2Infection Control22nd to 27th
April 2013
1812
3First Aid Nursing20th to 25th
May 2013
1105
4Basic Nursing Procedures24th to 29th
June 2013
1908
5Advanced Nursing Procedures22nd to 27th
July 2013
1304
6Critical Care Nursing2nd to 7th September 20131308
7Geriatric Nursing23rd to 28th September 20131703
8Pediatric Nursing21st to 26th
October 2013
1405
9Mental Health Nursing25th to 30th November 20130905
10Maternal Nursing2nd to 7th December 20131206
11Pharmacovigilance13th to 18th
January 2014
1204
12Administration & Ward Management17th to 22nd February 20141608
13Infection Control24th to 29th
March 2014
1312
14First Aid Nursing21st to 26th
April 2014
0613
15Basic Nursing Procedures26th to 31st
May 2014
1307
16Advanced Nursing Procedures23rd to 28th
June 2014
0508
17Critical Care Nursing18th to 23rd
August 2014
1607
18Geriatric Nursing22nd to 29th September 20142007
19Pediatric Nursing27th October to 3rd November 20140509
20Mental Health Nursing24th to 29th November 20141308
21Maternal Nursing15th to 20th December 20141206
22Pharmacovigilance27th to 31st
January 2015
1602
23Administration & Ward Management19th to 24th
January 2015
1510
24Infection Control23rd to 28th February 20152212
25First Aid Nursing23rd to 28th
March 2015
2012
26Basic Nursing Procedures20th to 25th
April 2015
1808
27Advanced Nursing Procedures25th to 30th May 20152106
28Critical Care Nursing22nd to 29th June 20152207
29Geriatric Nursing14th to 19th September 20151607
TOTAL276+150 = 426156+64 = 220

PROGRAMMES CONDUCTED/ ACTIVITIES BY DEPARTMENTS


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