International conference for nursing professional in Himachal

Nahan (Himachal Pradesh): A first of its kind in Himachal Pradesh an “International conference” for nursing professional is being organized in the picturesque view in Rajgrah sub division at Baru Shaib on 10-11th October. Eminent personalities from medical profession  Director, Research and Medical Education  HP, Dr Jai Shree, Principal  from colleges of Nursing in North India and Delhi, deans from institutes of repute  like PGI,CMC,DMC,AIIMS,RAK Delhi along with international scholars  and Faculty  from Drexel University, University  of Michigan, Johns Hopkins University, Wayne State University, Rush Medical University (USA) and Curtin University and Adelaide University (Australia), nursing administrators from Max India Delhi shall be  participating, and would also    present their research papers.

The aim behind organizing the international conference in nursing profession is to impart the modern techniques and science for nursing professionals. Apart from MSc Nursing students from colleges of North and South India, all Colleges of Nursing of Himachal Pradesh have given their consent to participate in this mega event, said PRO Jatinder Singh. Akal College of Nursing has the advantage of being attached to Akal Charitable Hospital (200 bedded facility for the patients from the all over Himachal Pradesh and parts of North India). Akal Charitable Hospital has been  in the service  of humanity  for the last 20 years and  has the distinction  of holding many multi- specialty camps for the benefit of ailing humanity  in the backward areas  of Sirmore, thus bringing the  health care  with compassion and passion at the doorstep  of the recipients.

So far about five thousand operations in various specialties including Plastic Surgery (Rainbow Canada/ John Hopkins Hospital, USA) have been performed at Akal Charitable Hospital. Akal College of Nursing, Eternal University, and Baru Sahib is in the fourth year of inception and have 204 students on its rolls. Using information technology to provide better healthcare and to improve the people’s lives, is a vital and fascinating field, Continued advances in the integration of health care and computer science hold a great promise indeed, for improving the health care of the people around the world, says Ahuluwalia trustee of the Kalgidhar trust.

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