Ninth annual workshop on “Basic Research Methodology”
7th to 9th April 2021
- Ramaiah Institute of Nursing Education & Research (RINER), Bangalore conducted the Ninth annual workshop on “Basic Research Methodology” from 7 th April to 9 th April 2021 in collaboration with Ramaiah University of Applied Sciences. A total of fifty participants that included PG students from nursing and Masters in Public Health(MPH) and nursing faculty from different part of Karnataka actively participated in the workshop. The resource persons where from RINER, Life and allied health science, RUAS, St.John’s Research Institute, College of Nursing, AIIMS Jodhpur, Rajasthan. All participants highly appreciated the scientific sessions.
“THIRD WORKSHOP ON NORMAL DELIVERY-ENHANCING NURSES CLINICAL COMPETENCE”
27th to 28th July 2021
- Ramaiah Institute of Nursing Education & Research (RINER), Bangalore, conducted the Third workshop on “Normal Delivery-Enhancing Nurses Clinical Competence” on 27th and 28th July 2021. Forty three participants (9 nurses, 2 nurse educators, 3 PG and 29 UG nursing students) from four hospitals and three nursing college, affiliated to Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences actively participated in this workshop. Resources persons were industry experts who are working towards encouraging normal births and respectful maternity care. All the participants were satisfied with the workshop.
SIMULATION TRAINING ON“ASSISTING WOMEN IN NORMAL VAGINAL DELIVERY” EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS (EMTS)
3rd August 2021
- The department of OBG nursing conducted a simulation training programme for the emergency medical technicians (EMTs) working with Manipal Ambulance Response Services (MARS) as a part of departmental project on 03.08.2021. The training programme included teaching sessions on assessment of laboring women in the ambulance, preparation of the women, assisting in normal birthing, immediate new born care and management of the woman in 3rd stage of labour. This was followed by simulation, hands on practice by the participants and demonstration.19 EMTs participated enthusiastically in training programme.