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Emergency Management

Duration: 42 hrs (Theory = 30 hrs+ Clinical demo=12 hrs)

Course Fees: INR 2000 (Including Registration)

Course Commencement: August 01, 2020

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Unit 1 | Hours- 3 

Introduction to Emergency Nursing

  • Definition, concepts, and principles of emergency nursing
  • Organization of resources(men, material, and facilities)
  • Emergency unit set up

Unit 2 | Hours- 3

Concept of Emergency Care

  • Introduction
  • Triage
  • Concepts of triage
  • Role of the triage nurse
  • Triage skills

Practical

Demonstrate triage

Unit 3 | Hours-24

Emergency Conditions and Management 

  • Fluid, electrolyte and acid-base imbalances
  • Respiratory emergencies
  • Cardiovascular emergencies
  • Poisoning bites and stings
  • Thermo regulatory emergencies
  • Shock and Hemorrhage
  • Drowning
  • Food Poisoning
  • Basic life support (BLS)
  • Defibrillation monitoring, O2 Therapy, endotracheal intubation,
  • Care of patient on ventilators
  • Pain: assessment and management
  • Unconsciousness

Practical

Demonstration of BLS

  • Defibrillation
  • O2 Therapy
  • Endotracheal Intubation
  • Care of patient on Ventilator
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Ms Sudharani Banappagoudar
Academic Head

Mrs Sudha Devi
Associate Professor Dept Of MSN


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Courseware: Course material is provided in printed / electronic form.

 Mode: Theoretical instruction + clinical practice

Eligibility: The student seeking admission to this course should be a nursing student or Paramedical and staff nurses (Registered) GNM/ B.S and must be physically fit.

 Attendance Policy: 100% attendance is compulsory in both Theory and Demo for the award of the certificate.

 Evaluation System: Theory exam-50 marks and Viva-50 marks.

 No. of Seats: 100 seats which will be divided into batches (Minimum of 20 students to start the programme)

Certificate: A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the prescribed study program.

 Note: Students will be given the opportunity of a maximum of 3 attempts for passing


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At the end of the course the student will be able to :

  • Describe the concepts and principles of emergency management.
  • Perform Basic Cardiac Life support.
  • Describe Triage and the role of Nurse.
  • Describe the Nursing process pertaining to medical and surgical emergencies

Courseware: Course material is provided in printed / electronic form.

 Mode: Theoretical instruction + clinical practice

 Eligibility: The student seeking admission to this course should be a nursing student or Paramedical and staff nurses (Registered) GNM/ B.S and must be physically fit.

 Attendance Policy: 100% attendance is compulsory in both Theory and Demo for the award of the certificate.

 Evaluation System: Theory exam-50 marks and Viva-50 marks.

 No. of Seats: 100 seats which will be divided into batches (Minimum of 20 students to start the program)

 Certificate: A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the prescribed study program.

 Note: Students will be given the opportunity of a maximum of 3 attempts for passing.

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Epidemiological Investigation

Duration: 25 Hours (5 hrs/week)

Course Fees: INR 1000 + Registration Fee: INR 500

Course Commencement: August to September 2020

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The course consists of 5 week which includes theoretical training in the following aspects it includes:

Unit -I: - Introduction to Epidemiology

  • Definition, Aim, Use, Concept
  • Theories and models of disease causation

 Unit  -II: - Disease Transmission

  • Dynamics of disease transmission
  • Epidemiological triad
  • Level of prevention

 Unit -III: - Content of investigation of an epidemic

  • Endemic vs epidemic and outbreak vs epidemic
  • Source of information to detect the outbreak
  • Early warning signals for an outbreak

 Unit  -IV: - Epidemiological investigation :

  • Goal, Objective
  • Level of response to different triggers
  • Early warning signals for an outbreak
  • Steps of Epidemiological investigation

 Unit  -V: - Role of Agencies

  • Role of Govt. agencies in an epidemic outbreak
  • Role of NGO’S in an epidemic outbreak

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Epidemiological_Investigation

Mrs. A.C. Singh
Dean, Faulty of Nursing Email: dean.nursing@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 9956617499

Dr. Sheikh Javed Professor
HoD-Dept. of Community, Faulty of Nursing, Rama University Email: hodcommunity.nursing@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 8233269778


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Epidemiological_Investigation

At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:-

  1. Identify the etiological agents
  2. Identify the reservoir
  3. Identify the mode of transmission
  4. Apply control and prevention measures
  5. Eliminate the reservoir(s) and transmission

Prevent further outbreaks

Epidemiological_Investigation

Courseware: Course material is provided in printed / electronic form.

Mode: Classroom training

Eligibility: Staff nurses, ANM, MHW  working in government or private sectors are eligible for the course and nursing students.

Attendance Policy: 80% for theory is compulsory.

Evaluation System: The evaluation will be based on assignments, pre & post test, exams, practical contact hour & completion of project work.

Enrollment Details: This program will start with a minimum of 20 participants and there is no maximum limit for enrollment. Interested candidate can approach program investigator for more information (given on the last page)

Certificate: A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the prescribed study program


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Hospital Infection Control Practices

Duration: 40 Hours- (Theory-30 hours & Practical-10 hours), 4 hrs/week

Course Fees: INR 1000 + Registration Fee: INR 500

Course Commencement: July to September- 2020

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The course consists of 10 week which includes theoretical and practical training in the following aspects of hospital infection control it includes:

Module-I: - Introduction of healthcare-associated infections & infection control program

  • Introduction
  • Hospital infection control committee/team
  • Activities of IC Team
  • Role & responsibilities of ICN
  • Role of hospital administration in hospital infection control,
  • Infection Protection for Healthcare Workers
  • Education and training of healthcare workers, patients, and families.

Module-II: - Infection transmission & its prevention

  • Introduction & various routes of transmission of infection
  • Standard / Universal precautions and its components
  • The significance of taking standard / Universal precautions
  • Isolation policies and procedures
  • Infection Control Manoeuvres to Control Transmission

Module-III: - Sterilization and disinfection:

  • Physical and chemical methods of sterilization and disinfection
  • Cleaning & Disinfection of medical equipment,
  • Disinfection of Hepatitis B virus, Hepatitis C virus, HIV or TB contaminated devices

Module-IV: - Personal protective equipment and standard precautions:

  • Introduction, Types & Method of use of personal protective equipment (PPE): Gloves, Gown, mask, apron Protective eyewear (goggles), Boots or shoe cover & Cap or hair cover

Module-V: - Hand hygiene practices

  • Introduction
  • types of handwashing
  • Steps of hand washing
  • The role of hand hygiene in control of hospital-acquired

Module- VI:-Biomedical waste management:

  • Introduction
  • Standard norms for Biomedical waste
  • Principles of Waste Management
  • WHO Classification of BMWM
  • Sources of Biomedical Waste
  • The problem associated with biomedical waste management
  • Hazards related to biomedical waste management
  • Treatment and disposal techniques of BMWM

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Mrs. A.C. Singh (Principal Investigator)
Dean, Faulty of Nursing
Email: Dean.nursing@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 9956617499

Mr. Madan Mohan Gupta (Co-investigator)
Assist. Professor, Faulty of Nursing
Email: madanmohan.rcn.mnd@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 8871072140


Mrs. Shipra Sachan (Co-investigator)
Assist. Professor, Faulty of Nursing
Email: madanmohan.rcn.mnd@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 7579246880


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At the end of this course the participants will be able to:-

  • Discuss the healthcare-associated infections & infection control policies
  • Discuss the current perspective of infection control.
  • Describe the Infection transmission process & its prevention
  • Describe about the physical and chemical methods of sterilization and disinfection
  • Describe about the various methods used in cleaning & disinfection of medical equipment.
  • Discuss the different types of (PPE) Personal protective equipment helps in the prevention of transmission of infection;
  • Understand about the different type of handwashing and their significance in a hospital setting
  • Understand the role of hand hygiene in control of hospital-acquired
  • Discuss the aspect related to standard norms, principles, classification, sources & hazards associated with biomedical waste management.
  • Understand the treatment and disposal techniques of biomedical waste management.
  • Apply the knowledge and skills necessary for improving protection from communicable diseases.
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Courseware: Course material is provided in printed / electronic form.

Mode: Classroom/ online mode/practical training

Eligibility: Staff nurses working in government or private hospitals are eligible for the course or nursing students. Any other interested health care workers involved directly or indirectly with infection control practices is also eligible for the course. The minimum age is 17 & maximum age no bar 

Attendance Policy: 80% for theory and 100% for practical attendance is compulsory.

Evaluation System: The evaluation will be based on assignments, pre & post test, exams, practical contact hour & completion of project work.

Enrollment Details: This program will start with a minimum of 20 participants and there is no maximum limit for enrollment. Interested candidate can approach program investigator for more information (given on the last page)

Certificate: A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the prescribed study program.

 

 

Neonatal-Resuscitation

Neonatal Resuscitation

Duration: 30 Hours- (Theory-15 hours & Practical-15 hours)

Course Fees: INR 1000 + Registration Fee: INR 500

Course Commencement: July to September- 2020

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Neonatal-Resuscitation

The course consists of 3 weeks which includes theoretical and practical training in the following aspects of neonatal resuscitation it includes:

Unit -I: - Introduction newborn care

  • Introduction
  • Normal newborn care

Unit -II: - Assessment of newborn

  • APGAR score
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Unit -III: - Introduction to Neonatal resuscitation

  • Definition
  • Indications
  • contraindications

Unit -IV: - Initial steps in Neonatal resuscitation

  • Components /steps
  • Equipment
  • Drugs

Unit -V: - Neonatal resuscitation procedure

  • Pulmonary ventilation
  • Chest compression
  • Neonatal resuscitation flowchart

Unit - VI:-Care after neonatal resuscitation

  • Complications
  • Nursing management

Special care after successful resuscitation


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Neonatal-Resuscitation

Mrs. A.C. Singh
Dean, Faulty of Nursing Email: dean.nursing@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 9956617499

Mrs.Minu.S.R
Associate Professor Email: minu.mnd@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 8707453125


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Neonatal-Resuscitation

At the end of the class the group will be able to —

  • Define Neonatal Resuscitation.
  • Identify the assessment of neonatal resuscitation.
  • List down the indications of neonatal resuscitation.
  • Enlist the contraindication of neonatal resuscitation
  • Describe the initial steps of neonatal resuscitation.
  • Enumerate the equipment of Neonatal resuscitation.
  • Explain the procedure of Neonatal Resuscitation.
  • List out the complication of neonatal resuscitation
  • Identify the drugs used in Neonatal Resuscitation.
  • Explain the care after successful neonatal resuscitation.

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Neonatal-Resuscitation

Courseware: Course material is provided in printed / electronic form.

Mode: Classroom/ online mode/practical training

Eligibility: Staff nurses working in government or private hospitals are eligible for the course.

Attendance Policy: 80% for theory and 100% for practical attendance is compulsory.

Evaluation System: The evaluation will be based on assignments, pre & post test

Enrollment Details: This program will start with a minimum of 20 participants and there is no maximum limit for enrollment. Interested candidate can approach program investigator for more information (given on the last page)

Certificate: A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the prescribed study program.


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Suturing Technique

Duration: 40 Hours- (Theory-20 hours & Practical-20 hours), 5 hrs/week

Course Fees: INR 2000 + Registration Fee: INR 500

Course Commencement: August-September, 2020

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The course consists of 8 week which includes theoretical and practical training in the following aspects of hospital infection control it includes:

Unit -I: - Introduction to Muscular System and Skin

  • Introduction
  • Review of Anatomy and Physiology

 Unit  -II: - Wound and its Healing

  • Wound and its types
  • Wound Healing Process

 Unit -III: - Suturing and Suturing Materials

  • Definition of Suture
  • Materials Used for Suturing (Absorbable and Non-Absorbable Suture materials)
  • Instruments used for Suturing

Unit  -IV: -  Suturing needles:

  • Introduction and Types of Suture Needles
  • Principles of Choosing suturing Needles

 Unit  -V: - Other Surgical Products

  • Introduction and Use of Surgical tapes, Staples

 Unit - VI:- Suture removal:

  • Introduction and instruments used for Suture removal
  • Principles of Suturing Removal

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Mrs. A.C. Singh
Dean, Faulty of Nursing Email: dean.nursing@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 9956617499

Mr. M. Raghavendran
Associate Professor Email: mraghavendran.mnd@ramauniversity.ac.in
Contact No: 8072779798


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At the end of this course, the participants will be able to:-

  • Understand the anatomy and physiology of  muscle and skin
  • Discuss the Wound and Wound healing Process
  • Describe the materials used for suturing
  • State about the techniques of Suturing
  • Apply the knowledge and skills necessary for improving Suturing Technique.

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Courseware: Course material is provided in printed / electronic form.

Mode: Theoretical instruction + clinical practice

Eligibility: Staff nurses working in government or private hospitals are eligible for the course or nursing students

Attendance Policy: 80% for theory and 100% for practical attendance is compulsory.

Evaluation System: The evaluation will be based on assignments, pre & post test, exams, practical contact hour & completion of project work.

Certificate: A certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the prescribed study program.


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