India, March 2015 – INSCOL in association with Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI), Punjab Chapter, organized a workshop on Basic Life Support Skills for TNAI members, MSc. Nursing (Medical Surgical) students and faculty from various colleges of Punjab. Dr. (Mrs) Jasbir Kaur, President (T.N.A.I. Punjab State Branch) was the chief guest of the event. Other dignitaries included Ms. Surjit Kaur, Registrar Punjab Nurses Registration Council, Ms. GK Walia, General Secretary TNAI & Principle GTB college of nursing Ludhiana, Ms Jyoti Sarin , Principle Mullana College of Nursing.
Dr. (Mrs) Jasbir Kaur, President (T.N.A.I. Punjab State Branch) addressed the gathering highlighting various national conferences organized by T.N.A.I. Punjab ,including XXV SNA Biennial Punjab State Conference held at DMCH, Ludhiana on 18 October 2014 and 25th Biennial SNA Conference held at Gujarat, 2013.
Her opening address was followed by the an address by Dr. (Mrs) Jyot iSarin , Principle Mullana College of Nursing , Mullana University. She highlighted the need of continuous nursing education programs and use of clinical simulation to better equip the nurses for the future to handle diverse clinical scenarios they encounter during their professional practice.
Mr. Mandeep Singh, Senior Manager – Programs, INSCOL, Chandigarh, gave an overview of Clinical Simulation and informed that 90% Nurse Educators think their students are ready to safely practice. He also enlightened the importance of improvement needed in delegation, utilizing resources and inter-professional communication by the nurses. Practice in clinical simulation gives student opportunities to make decisions, allows them to make errors and learn. He highlighted the INSCOL becoming the largest provider nursing CNE courses in India, having trained 30000+ nurses and healthcare professional across in India. He concluded by informing about INSCOL, aiding nurses in learning by regular international workshops and INSCOL’s mobile clinical simulation lab.
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