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INSCOL- Center for Continuing Nursing Education in India

October 20, 2017

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A recent Planning Commission report states that India’s healthcare industry is facing a serious decline due to non-availability of medical and paramedical staff and services. Also, there is an acute shortage of qualified specialist nurses in India suggesting an urgent need to train and motivate continuing nursing education in India.

The fastest growing industry in India- Nursing, is roughly covering 8% of GDP and becoming a remunerative career space in India. A fast developing economy raised urbanization and increased monthly household income have been subservient in spreading the net adaptability of average Indian. Hence, students are demanding for value and continuing nursing education in India.

India has the appropriate skill-set with decent talent to become the sought-after health care services in emerging countries across the globe. The emergence of CCE has seen the formation of active nursing services in Indian health care centers. Lifestyle related health issues, growing economy, increasing health care insurance penetration, government initiatives and CCE continuing nursing education are the key drivers that will bring global best practices to Indian health care centers.

INSCOL known as a Center for Continuing Education (CCE) is an American Heart Association Certified International Training Center. The idea of starting CCE is to educate the health care workers & professionals about global health practices.

INSCOL conducts five courses across India:
– Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course
– Basic Life Support (BLS) Instructor Course
– Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Provider Course
– Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Instructor Course
– Pediatric Advanced Life Support Course and Heart Saver Courses

The health care infrastructure in India is inadequate, the overall number of nurses low as compared to other developing countries and international averages. Hence, Indian health care services are running on acute shortage of medical professionals, especially in community health care centers, there is dire need of surgeons, nurses, obstetricians, and gynecologists. Therefore, CCE aims to educate the health care workers & professionals about global health care practices in India.

To find more relevant information about Center for Continuing Education (CCE) courses and scheduled events by INSCOL in different cities of India, please visit the website.

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