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REPORT OF THE WORKSHOP ORGANIZED BYMANIBABHULA NURSING COLLEGE, UKATARSADIA UNIVERSITY, BARDOLION 19THNOVEMBER 2021

ManibaBhula Nursing College organized a one-day workshop on "Pressure Injury Prevention" on 19th November 2021 at 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Total 150 number of participants attended this workshop. The workshop was organized under constant guidance and support of Dr. Rani Shetty Director of ManibaBhula Nursing College. The overall programme was coordinated by Ms Rujuta Patel and Ms Atufa Pindhariya faculty of MBNC. The whole sessions were held in the Shrimad Hall UTU.

The aim of the workshop was to expand the knowledge on the latest pressure injury guidelines and treatments to prevent pressure injuries, among all the passing out student of MBNC.

The function started with UTU song. As a tradition of MBNC Resource person were given a warm welcome to eminent speaker Mr. John Choudhary, were felicitated, to express respect & gratitude towards him for devoting his valuable time & support for the workshop. Pre -test was done before the session started.

Mr. John Choudharybegan with aetiology of pressure injury in the first module. The second module was on staging of pressure injuries. In the third session he elaborated module on risk assessment using different Scales. And in last module he taught regarding prevention and management of pressure injury. The faculty and student actively participated in educational games like quiz competition played with mobile.

Expert elaborated all the modules of Pressure Injury Prevention. All the sessions were informative and helped to enlighten the knowledge of delegates. The delegates have expressed their positive feedback about the workshop. At the end of program were disturbed and declaration of the quiz competition.the program was ended withnational anthem.

Winners of Quiz Competition On pressure injury prevention:
First prize:Vishwa Patel 2ndM.Sc.2021-22
Second prize: PrakrutiRathod 2ndM.Sc.2021-22
Third prize: RoshniGamit2nd M.Sc.2021-22

CONTINUOUS NURSING EDUCATION PROGRAMME (CNE) BY MANIBABHULA NURSING COLLEGE, UKATARSADIA UNIVERSITY, BARDOLI ON 20TH NOVEMBER 2021

ManibaBhula Nursing College Organized a One-Day CNE On "ENHANCING SKILLS OF NOVICE NURSE" On 20th November 2021 At 8:30 Am to 2:00 Pm. Total 150 number of Participants attended this CNE. The CNE was organized under the constant guidance and support of Dr. Rani Shetty Director of ManibaBhula Nursing College. The overall programme was arranged by programme co-ordinator MsJagruti Patel lecturer of MBNC. The whole sessions were held in the Shrimad Hall UTU.

The Aim of the CNE was to expand the knowledge on the risk assessment of patient, patient safety, Medication Safety, Prevention of Hospital acquired infections, Quality indicators and NABH accreditation process, among all the passing out student of MBNC.

The function started with UTU song. As a tradition of MBNC, resource persons were given a warm welcome to eminent speaker Ms. Anita David Nursing superintendent, Ms.Aradhya Shetty Nursing Educator and Ms.VandanaSheladiya Infection Control Nurse of Kiran Hospital Surat, were felicitated, to Express Respect & Gratitude towards them for devoting their valuable time & support for the CNE.

Ms Anita David began with session on risk assessment, patient safety and medication safety. The second session was conducted by Ms VandanaSheladiya On prevention of Hospital acquired infections. In the third session Ms.Aradhya Shetty elaborated On Quality Indicators. And in last moduleMs. Anita David taught regarding NABH accreditation process.

All the sessions were informative and helped to enlighten the knowledge of delegates. The delegates have expressed their positive feedback about the CNE. The program concluded with certificate distribution and National Anthem.

REPORT OF EXPERT TALK - "BREAST FEEDING AND WORKING WOMEN"

Women Cell of UTU and Department of Child Health Nursing &, OBG Nursing of Maniba Bhula Nursing College organized expert talk on the topic 'Breast Feeding and Working women on 7th August 2021 at PT hall UTU, Dr. Bavesh Parekh, Pediatrician, Rajvi Hospital Bardoli was the expert for the session. The event is organized in relation with World Breast Feeding Week. A total number of 412 participants attended the session. World Breastfeeding Week is an annual celebration which is held every year from 1 to 7 August in more than 120 countries worldwide the theme for this year was: Protect Breast Feeding - A Shared Responsibility.

World Breast Feeding Week Celebration

Department of Child Health Nursing &, OBG Nursing of Maniba Bhula Nursing College organized public awareness campaign and health education at Sardar Smarak Hospital, Bardoli and New Civil Hospital, Surat in relation with World Breast Feeding Week on 5th August 2021. World Breastfeeding Week is an annual celebration which is held every year from 1 to 7 August in more than 120 countries worldwide the theme for this year was: Protect Breast Feeding - A Shared Responsibility.

WOMEN'S DAY CELEBRATION- 2021

Maniba Bhula Nursing College of Uka Tarsadia University has celebrated Women's day on 8th March 2020 in collaboration with the Women cell, Committee Against Sexual Harassment and SNA of MBNC on the theme of "Choose to Challenge” under the guidance of Dr. Rani Shetty Director of MBNC. On this occasion Women Cell and Committee against Sexual Harassment of UTU has organized a seminar on the theme of "Choose to Challenge" at Pushpam Tarsadiya Hall Uka Tarsadia University on 8th March 2021 at 1:00 PM to 4:30Pm. This seminar involved the various challenges faced by women in the present society and measures to tackle such issues. The expert of session were Dr. Hema Shah ,Dr. Arti Mehta and Dr. Deepa Patel. Total 60 female faculties were actively participated in this seminar. On this special occasion SNA of MBNC has also organized a Rangoli competition and poster competition. Total 09 groups participated in Rangoli competition and 18 students participated in poster competition on the occasion of women's day celebration. The program was coordinated by all members of the Women cell, committee against sexual harassment and SNA. The program concluded with the evaluator session and declaration of the winner by the guest.

REPORT OF WEBINAR ON INTERNATIONAL NURSES DAY - 2021

A Webinar was organized by MBNC on 12th May 2021 on international nurse's day. International Nurses Day is an international day observed around the world on 12 May of each year, to mark the contributions that nurses make to society. The theme for 2021 was "Nurses: A Voice to Lead - a Vision for Future Healthcare" The webinar streamed Live on 12th may 2021 on YouTube.

International Nurses Day Celebration -2021

Maniba Bhula Nursing College of Uka Tarsadia University has celebrated International Nurses Day on 12th May 2021 with the guidance of Dr. Dinesh Shah ( Provost , Uka Tarsadia University), Dr. Sahilesh Shah (IQAC , Director UTU) and Dr.Rani Shetty (Director of MBNC). On the occasion of International Nurses Day celebration, MBNC and SNA of MBNC has organized online webinar and E poster competition on "Nurses : A voice to lead A vision for future health care". Session expert of the webinar were Dr. Rani Shetty (dean and director of MBNC), Ms. Meenakshi Gijre ( Director of Chikus Educare LLP, Pune), Dr. Unmona B (Director of Nursing AINE, Guwahati), Ms. Clare D' Mello (Assistant Nursing Superintendent, Saifee hospital Mumbai), Mr. Gibin Thomas ( Assistant Professor, Ph.D. Scholar MBNC, UTU). Student of MBNC took active participation in E- Poster Competition. In e- poster competition first position was secured by Disha Prajapati from second year B.Sc. Nursing, and second position was secured by Vyanjana Patel from 3rd year B.Sc Nursing.

REPORT ON LAMP LIGHTING CEREMONY & OATH TAKING CEREMONY

Maniba Bhula Nursing College of Uka Tarsadia University organized Lamp Lighting & Oath taking ceremony for the 13th Batch B.Sc. Nursing & 11th Batch GNM students on 26-2- 2021, 10.00 am at Pushpam Tarsadi Hall, Maliba Campus, Bardoli with the guidance of Dr.Rani Shetty Director of MBNC. The tradition of lamp lighting ceremony serves as an icon and inspiration in nursing profession from Florence Nightingale who is known as the founder of modern nursing. The lamp lighting ceremony formally declares the student's entry into the nursing profession.

The ceremony started with the UTU anthem. Dr.MC Deselva MD,CEO Mahavir hospital Surat and Dr. Anil Kumar vice president Metas Adventist hospital Surat were the chief guest of the function. Shri Arvind Bhai Patel deputy President BPKM and Shri Kirit bhai Patel vice president of UTU graced this occasion as guest of honor, Hon Provost of UTU Dr. Dinesh Shah, Provost was the president of this function , Mr.Gibin Thomas, HOD pediatric nursing MBNC welcomed the guests. The august dignitaries inaugurated the function by lighting the lamp and invoked the divine blessing. Dr.Rani Shetty Director and principal of MBNC along with other faculties lighted the Florence Nightingale lamp & transferred the luminosity to the fresher’s students. 50 B.Sc. Nursing students & 40 GNM students respectively dedicated themselves to the nursing profession by lighting their lamps followed by the administration of Nightingale pledge to the students.

Dr. MC Dselva and Dr Anil Kumar delivered their valuable insights about the noble profession with their speech and inspired the students. Hon Provost of UTU, Dr. D R Shah congratulated the students in his presidential address and wishes them all success in their future endeavors. The ceremony concluded with vote of thanks by Ms. Sejal Suchal Lecturer, community health nursing department. The function ended with the national anthem.

WORLD AIDS DAY CELEBRATION - 2020

World AIDS day which is celebrated on 1st of December every year, it is an attempt to create mass awareness among the people all over the world. With an advancement in technology and society, where accessing the information and getting education is easy, perception of people are changing but awareness is comparatively less in rural areas.

Department of Community Health Nursing of Maniba Bhula Nursing College organized theme based poster competition on 1 Dec, account of WORLD AIDS DAY- 2020 on the theme "Ending the HIV/AIDS Epidemic: Resilience and Impact." It was under the guidance of Dr. Rani Shetty Principal, MBNC and Coordinated by Ms. Parisha chaudhari Ms. Sejal suchal, Ms. Suchismita Ms. Dhanya George and Ms. Purvi patel. Total 13 students participated in the poster competition.

Winners of Poster Competition On the theme

First Prize: Vatsal Bhagat (2nd year Bsc.N )
Second Prize: Mery Patel (2nd year Bsc.N )
Third prize: Axita patel (1styear Msc.N )

Report on World Breast Feeding Week 2020

Students of MBNC prepared posters in connection with World Breastfeeding Week which is observed from 1 to 7 Aug every year and this year's theme is "SUPPORT BREASTFEEDING FOR A HEALTHIER PLANET" Breastfeeding is the cornerstone of infant and young child survival,nutrition and development and it is more significant during the midst of COVID -19 pandemic.WHO recommends that mothers with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 should be encouraged to initiate or continue to breastfeed with proper precautions.

Report-Webinar on 'PEDIATRIC CARE AND CONCERNS DURING Covid -19'

This webinar focused upon the care and concerns of children during pandemic In addition to the risk of routine well child care not being maintained during the pandemic, the risk for COVID- 19 among chronically medically complex children is unclear but presumed to be higher than among children without medical complexity. Covid -19 collateral effects may comprise the most significant impacts on children, from limitations on hospital visitors, to closures of child-friendly hospital playrooms during this pandemic, to an alarming decrease in vaccination rates. Educational disparities will also likely widen, especially among those with limited access to technology at home. The webinar streamed on 12th may 2020.The speakers of the webinar are Mr.Gibin Thomas, Asst Prof, Dept of Pediatric nursing MBNC,UTU ,Ms. Jagruti Patel, Asst Prof, Dept of Pediatric nursing MBNC,UTU and Ms. Rinal Barad,Lecturer Dept of Pediatric nursing, MBNC,UTU and Ms. Shivani Mehta, Lecturer Dept of Pediatric nursing, MBNC,UTU as the moderator for the webinar.