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Healthy India: Encouraging Nursing Education In Schools

The Covid-19 pandemic has not just rattled the lives of millions but has put Indian healthcare machinery under tremendous pressure. From doctors to nurses to...

International Nurses Day: History And Significance

By- Khushi Bisht The International Nurses Day is observed on May 12th every year worldwide to honor the contributions of nurses. The International Council of...

Indepedence Day 2020: Here are Excerpts From PM Modi’s Speech

On the occasion of 74th Independence Day, this is what Prime Minister Narendra Modi conveyed to the citizens of India while addressing the nation...

Nurses: The Frontline Fighters Against The Coronavirus Fight

BY LT. LALITA THAMBI Nurses are like the axel of a wheel to keep it in place. Take away the axel and everything falls apart....

International Nurses Day: Tips for Physical and Mental Well-Being of Nurses

By Puja Gupta To acknowledge the contributions and commitments of the nurses, the World Health Organisation announced 2020 as the "Year of Nurses and Midwives". With...

In Photos: Healthcare Workers Around the World Fighting COVID-19

By Kanan Parmar Healthcare workers around the world have been on the frontline in the battle against coronavirus. Their service is next to godliness and...

Safdarjung Doctors Face Border Restrictions Affecting Their Morale, says RDA President

The Resident Doctors Association (RDA) of the Safdarjung Hospital here expressed its concern over instances where doctors were restricted from crossing the borders. "Since the...

Research Finds Nurses at an Increased Risk of Sleep Deprivation

Researchers have found that nurses are at an increased risk of sleep deprivation and sleep disorders such as chronic insomnia. Published in the journal Sleep,...

Indian Hospitals are using cameras, tags, lasers to curb Baby trafficking and theft

Chennai, Tamil Nadu, September 8, 2017: Hospitals in India are starting to tag newborns, mothers, and medics as well as installing extra security cameras and...

India’s first Online Course on Infusion Therapy for Nurses launched, Aims to Train over 3,000 nurses in the Vital Medical Procedure

It aims to train over 3,000 nurses Infusion therapy means the administration of a drug intravenously Improper infusion practices may lead to...

India: Highest source for nurses in Britain

London: Amid some recent concerns over Indian health professionals facing discrimination in western countries, a recent report shows that India was the source of the...

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