4-day training prog for nurses begins
NAHARLAGUN, Feb 16: With topics of steps towards mitigating the challenges of clinical practice and empowering the nurses for batter patient care, a 4-day training got underway today here at Administrative training institution (ATI).
Organized by Trained nurses Association of India Arunachal Pradesh state branch in collaboration with Arunachal State Nursing School (ASNS)
Attending as chief guest on the occasion, Dr. R.D Khrime DME (T&R) appreciated the organizer for steps to continuing to nursing education and said such kinds of education is required some time to our nurses so that nurse can refresh their knowledge and also able to learn new nursing care because learning never end.
Sharing his experience with nurses how to tackling with patient and its family member. He said that in hospital we are going to contact with hundreds of person with different mentalities and person who having with different problems so we have to handle all of them with cooled mine and honestly. A nurse has to always avoid irritating during their duty.
He also informed that state government can provide fund for such kinds of training programme if Nurse Association will approach properly to government.
Attending as guest of honour, C.S Tada, Vice president of TNAI North East region stated that in Arunachal Pradesh nursing care is lagging behind.
In presidential address K.T Yasung , President TNAI state Unit highlighted their activities for the welfare of trained nurse and also their social works particularly during covid-19 pandemic.