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NURSING IN-SERVICE EDUCATION
A need was felt by the nursing administrators that a planned nursing in-service education needs to be started so as to increase the knowledge base of practicing nurses in order to improve & maintain high standard of nursing care at the AIIMS Hospital.
Aims / Objectives:-
Nursing in-service education is one of the cornerstones in professional development of nursing personnel working in AIIMS. A need based nursing in-service program has been started w.e.f. January 2011. This is started with the aim of updating clinical nursing knowledge on the premise of continuing nursing education. The program is well structured with thrice a week classes.( Two classes for bedside nurses and one class for Sister in-charges and above)
This is done for practicing nurses to increase their knowledge base in order to improve the standard of nursing care at the AIIMS. Once a week classes are conducted for middle level managers focusing on Nursing Administration and Management. In the month of January 2011, a well organized induction & orientation program was conducted for 133 newly recruited nurses at the main hospital by the In-service nursing educator.
In 2012, a total of 297 newly recruited nurses got oriented by designated nursing personnel in two sessions, regarding various aspects viz. hospital layout, various departments, OPD schedules and their professional duties and responsibilities.
The Personnel Involved:-
The following C.N.E.classes were conducted for the year 2012 in the Main Hospital.
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