School of Nursing Sciences – KIIT University News & Events https://news.kiit.ac.in KIIT Deemed to be University News Fri, 13 May 2022 06:15:47 +0000 en-GB hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8.4 https://news.kiit.ac.in/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/cropped-download-32x32.png School of Nursing Sciences – KIIT University News & Events https://news.kiit.ac.in 32 32 Nurses Served as Heroes during Covid pandemic; Remember KIMS Doctors on International Nursing Day https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/nurses-served-as-heroes-during-covid-pandemic-remember-kims-doctors-on-international-nursing-day/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/nurses-served-as-heroes-during-covid-pandemic-remember-kims-doctors-on-international-nursing-day/#respond Fri, 13 May 2022 06:15:37 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39541

Noted physician and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of KIMS Prof Dr CBK Mohanty on Thursday lauded the “heroic” role played by the nurses during the Covid pandemic and encouraged students to build on their skills sets and tap on the expected 43-lakh job opening for them by 2024. He inspired the nursing students to set an example for […]

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Noted physician and Pro-Vice-Chancellor of KIMS Prof Dr CBK Mohanty on Thursday lauded the “heroic” role played by the nurses during the Covid pandemic and encouraged students to build on their skills sets and tap on the expected 43-lakh job opening for them by 2024. He inspired the nursing students to set an example for the rest with their steadfast commitment to the profession, dedication, sympathy and compassion.

Addressing the students at an event organized by the Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS), a KIIT Constituent, to commemorate International Nurses Day, Dr Mohanty said nursing is a noble profession, a profession where the nurses are a patient’s constant companion and instill hope and confidence in them.

“Nursing is to nourish; to take care and to serve. To serve without expectations is akin to motherly care. It is a relationship of confidence and this confidence brings confidence in the minds of patients,” Dr Mohanty said. “Nurses were heroes during the Covid pandemic and worked like angels during epidemics and disasters. They are the beacon of hope and compassion,” he underlined.

Maj Gen DG Dr P K Patnaik of the School of Medicine asked the nursing students to develop their skill sets on the ground as these traits will help them earn the dependence of the seniors. “You are entering a new phase in your life and this is a worthy and pious profession. Your commitment and dedication to the profession will take you ahead in life,” he said and alluded to studies saying that by 2024 India will be requiring 43 lakh trained nurses. He also underscored the need to find an Indian icon from the nursing profession who can be an inspiration for lakhs of nurses in the country.

The International Nursing Day is celebrated in the memory of Florence Nightingale, hailed as the founder of modern nursing. In all, 138 students took the oath before her portrait to commit themselves and their best to the profession. Former principal of the College of Nursing, Cancer Hill Hospital, Gwalior Prof Renuka Das elucidated on the critical role played by nurses in handling patients with care, saying the service requires 24 hours of dedication and sincerity.

Nursing Superintendent PBHM, KIMS Col Susamma Sahu called upon the students to utilize the facilities at KINS to the best of their abilities. She said knowledge and skills are key attributes for a nurse to save the patients.

Principal of KINS Prof Dr Niyati Das harped on the need to invest in the future of the nursing students to strengthen the healthcare system across the world, referring to a WHO study that highlighted the shortage of 27 million nurses worldwide.

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KINS Organizes Webinar on “Childhood Psychiatric Disorders” https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-webinar-on-childhood-psychiatric-disorders/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-webinar-on-childhood-psychiatric-disorders/#respond Mon, 09 May 2022 03:48:00 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39470

A webinar on “Child Psychiatric Disorders” was inaugurated at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) by Dr. (Prof.) Niyati Das, Principal on 2nd May 2022. Speaking at the webinar, Dr. Rajalaxmi, Professor, Department of Psychiatric Nursing, CON, NIMHANS presented a talk on “Update in child welfare services related to child psychiatric disorders”. Her talk focused on District Disability Rehabilitation […]

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A webinar on “Child Psychiatric Disorders” was inaugurated at Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) by Dr. (Prof.) Niyati Das, Principal on 2nd May 2022. Speaking at the webinar, Dr. Rajalaxmi, Professor, Department of Psychiatric Nursing, CON, NIMHANS presented a talk on “Update in child welfare services related to child psychiatric disorders”. Her talk focused on District Disability Rehabilitation Centre (DDRC), different NGOs in the field, health insurance schemes for psychiatric disorders and NIMHANS Center for Wellbeing.

Dr. Jigyansa Pattnaik, Asst. Professor, Department of Psychiatry discussed “Disorders of Attention and Hyperactive Behaviour” by citing examples of Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD), its epidemiology, progression, association, differential diagnosis and treatment modalities. Dr. V. Sivasankari, Associate Professor, Department of Psychiatric Nursing spoke on “Determinants predicting adolescent’s anxiety, aggression and its prevention”. His talk emphasized determinants, treatment modalities, and strategies for the prevention of anxiety.

Each talk was followed by an interactive session. The webinar was attended by around 150 nursing students and staff of KINS. The vote of thanks was proposed by Mrs. Rashmi Ranjita Parhi, Tutor, KINS.

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KINS Organizes Lecture on “Autism Spectrum Disorders” “Autism is not a disability, it’s a different ability” https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-lecture-on-autism-spectrum-disorders-autism-is-not-a-disability-its-a-different-ability/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-lecture-on-autism-spectrum-disorders-autism-is-not-a-disability-its-a-different-ability/#respond Wed, 04 May 2022 03:54:00 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39341

The 11th lecture under the Guest Lecture Series was organized by Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) virtually on “Autism Spectrum Disorders” on 28th April 2022. Delivering the lecture, Dr. Sunil Kumaar Agarwalla, Prof Pediatrics, SVPPGIP, Cuttack described the disorder, its causes, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment. He highlighted the role of nurses and explained how the nurses can help […]

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The 11th lecture under the Guest Lecture Series was organized by Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) virtually on “Autism Spectrum Disorders” on 28th April 2022. Delivering the lecture, Dr. Sunil Kumaar Agarwalla, Prof Pediatrics, SVPPGIP, Cuttack described the disorder, its causes, clinical features, diagnosis and treatment. He highlighted the role of nurses and explained how the nurses can help in early diagnosis of ASD and also help patients to go for an early intervention. The lecture was attended by the faculty members and students of KINS. Dr. Agarwalla also answered questions from the participants. Dr. Niyati Das, Principal, KINS and Mrs. Purnima Sahoo, Assistant Professor also spoke on the occasion.

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8th State-Level SOMI Conference on “Strengthening Midwives for Optimizing Women’s Positive Birth Experience” at KINS https://news.kiit.ac.in/kiit-events/conference/8th-state-level-somi-conference-on-strengthening-midwives-for-optimizing-womens-positive-birth-experience-at-kins-a-mothers-happiness-is-like-a-beacon-lighting-up-the-fut/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/kiit-events/conference/8th-state-level-somi-conference-on-strengthening-midwives-for-optimizing-womens-positive-birth-experience-at-kins-a-mothers-happiness-is-like-a-beacon-lighting-up-the-fut/#respond Tue, 26 Apr 2022 10:05:03 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=39117

A Mother’s Happiness Is Like A Beacon, Lighting Up The Future But Reflected Also On The Past In The Guise Of Fond Memories.( Honoré De Balzac ) Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) hosted the 8th State-level Society of Midwives India (SOMI) Conference, under the aegis of SOMI, Odisha Chapter, on 11th April 2022 on the occasion […]

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A Mother’s Happiness Is Like A Beacon, Lighting Up The Future But Reflected Also On The Past In The Guise Of Fond Memories.( Honoré De Balzac )

Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) hosted the 8th State-level Society of Midwives India (SOMI) Conference, under the aegis of SOMI, Odisha Chapter, on 11th April 2022 on the occasion of Safe Motherhood Day. About 460 delegates, including distinguished guests, faculty members, nursing students as well as nursing staff of hospitals, from seven nursing colleges across the State attended the Conference, which was held around the theme ‘Strengthening Midwives for Optimizing Women’s Positive Birth Experience’.  

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. Sanghamitra Pati, Director, ICMR-RMRC, Bhubaneswar underlined the need of skilled midwives for improving maternal and child health. She thanked every nursing personnel for choosing such a noble profession. Appreciating KINS for organizing the meet, Prof. Mitali Adhikari, President, SOMI, India explained the theme and sub themes of the conference.

In her keynote address, Dr. Pravati Tripathy, President, SOMI, Odisha Chapter overviewed the role of SOMI in the field of maternal and child health. Prof. Amrita Lenka, Secretary illuminated the theme and highlighted the need of skilled  midwives for the betterment of mother and child and achieving the positive birth experience. Dr. J. R. Mohanty, Registrar, KIIT-DU and Prof. (Dr.) Niyati Das, Principal, KINS also spoke at the inaugural session.   

The scientific sessions of the conference covered topics such as ‘Respectful Maternity Care’, ‘Evidence-based Intrapartum Care and Management of Intrapartum Complications’, ‘Factors Influencing Positive Birth Experience’, and ‘Essential Newborn Care’. Mrs. Pratibha Khosla, Associate Professor, SUM Nursing College; Prof. Rafat Razia, Retd. Principal, Govt College of Nursing, Hyderabad; Dr. Dinabandhu Sahoo, Team Leader, SHRSC; and Mrs. Geeta Rani Nayak, Asst. Professor, Dept. of Pediatric Nursing, AIIMS College of Nursing conducted various scientific sessions.

Certificates were presented to the participants at the valedictory session. A souvenir was also released by the dignitaries to mark the occasion. The vote of thanks was proposed by Prof. Kalyani Rath, Vice Principal, KINS.

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KINS Organizes ‘Kreoso’ for Newcomers https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-kreoso-for-newcomers/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-kreoso-for-newcomers/#respond Sat, 09 Apr 2022 11:47:47 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=38720

Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) organized the welcome ceremony ‘Kreoso’ for the new batch (2021-22) of GNM, B.SC(N) and MSC(N) students on 2nd April 2022. Addressing the students, Prof. Sasmita Samanta, Vice Chancellor, KIIT Deemed to be University inspired them with the quote of Swami Vivekananda – “Arise, awake, and stop not till the goal […]

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Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) organized the welcome ceremony ‘Kreoso’ for the new batch (2021-22) of GNM, B.SC(N) and MSC(N) students on 2nd April 2022.

Addressing the students, Prof. Sasmita Samanta, Vice Chancellor, KIIT Deemed to be University inspired them with the quote of Swami Vivekananda – “Arise, awake, and stop not till the goal is reached”. The essence of Veda, Quran, Bible and all other holy scriptures is serving the people, she mentioned, while urging the nursing students to actively imbibe the values of compassion, kindness and sensitivity. Success equips one to serve others and one should broaden the thought and skill needed to manifest it, she added.

Prof. (Brig.) Ambika Prasad Mohanty, Principal, KIMS congratulated the students for choosing an Institution of Eminence that provides world-class ambience and education. Prof. J. R. Mohanty, Registrar, KIIT-DU narrated the legacy and world rankings of the University and motivated the students to utilize this opportunity in the best possible manner.

Lt. Col. Susamma Sahu, Nursing Superintendent, KIMS Hospital and Prof. (Dr.) Niyati Das, Principal, KINS also addressed the students. The vote of thanks was proposed by Prof. Kayani Rath, Vice Principal, KINS, who thanked the dignitaries for their inspiring words and 2nd year students, under the guidance of Mrs. Rashmi Ranjita Parhi, Tutor and Mrs. Jayasmini Mohanty, Asst. Prof., for organizing the event. A colourful cultural programme followed the welcome ceremony. 

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KINS Observes World Health Day “To keep the body in good health is a duty, for otherwise we shall not be able to trim the lamp of wisdom and keep our mind strong and clear.” https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-observes-world-health-day-to-keep-the-body-in-good-health-is-a-duty-for-otherwise-we-shall-not-be-able-to-trim-the-lamp-of-wisdom-and-keep-our-mind-strong-and-clear/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-observes-world-health-day-to-keep-the-body-in-good-health-is-a-duty-for-otherwise-we-shall-not-be-able-to-trim-the-lamp-of-wisdom-and-keep-our-mind-strong-and-clear/#respond Fri, 08 Apr 2022 12:33:31 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=38698

Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) observed the World Health Day-2022 with a webinar, panel discussion, street play, plantation and other events on 7th April 2022. The events were organized by the Department of Community Health Nursing, KINS. Dr. Sandhya Gupta, Health Consultant Lifestyle Coach (USA) & Former Principal, College of Nursing, AIIMS New Delhi deliberated […]

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Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) observed the World Health Day-2022 with a webinar, panel discussion, street play, plantation and other events on 7th April 2022. The events were organized by the Department of Community Health Nursing, KINS.

Dr. Sandhya Gupta, Health Consultant Lifestyle Coach (USA) & Former Principal, College of Nursing, AIIMS New Delhi deliberated on the topic ‘Vision & Voices of a Healthy Planet’. She played a discerning video related to the impact of water in our lives and environment. Dr. Jaya Chakraborty, Professor, PG College of Nursing, Bhilai spoke on the topic “Global Health Emergencies: Role of Health Care Professionals”.

Students of M.Sc (N) 1st year and 2nd year from Community Health Nursing Specialization participated in a panel discussion on the theme, ‘Our Planet, Our Theme’, while B.Sc Nursing 2nd year students performed a street play.

Faculty members and NSS Unit also participated in a plantation drive with important contributions from Ms. Daini Sunita, Tutor, KINS & NSS Coordinator. Prof. (Mrs.) Kalyani Rath, Vice Principal, KINS and Prof. Dr. Anasuya Pattanayak, HOD, Dept of Community Health Nursing also spoke on the occasion. The vote of thanks was proposed by Mrs. Soumya Sonalika, Asst Prof., KINS.

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KINS NSS Unit Celebrates ‘Poshan Pakhwada’ https://news.kiit.ac.in/kins/kins-nss-unit-celebrates-poshan-pakhwada/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/kins/kins-nss-unit-celebrates-poshan-pakhwada/#respond Tue, 05 Apr 2022 04:51:00 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=38627

NSS Wing of Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) celebrated Poshan Pakhwada (Nutrition Fortnight) with a slew of programs from 21st March to 4th April 2022. The programs were conducted by NSS volunteers of KINS under the mentorship of Dr. Niyati Das, Principal, KINS and Dr. Kajal Parashar, NSS Programme Coordinator, KIIT-DU with the guidance of NSS Programme […]

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NSS Wing of Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) celebrated Poshan Pakhwada (Nutrition Fortnight) with a slew of programs from 21st March to 4th April 2022. The programs were conducted by NSS volunteers of KINS under the mentorship of Dr. Niyati Das, Principal, KINS and Dr. Kajal Parashar, NSS Programme Coordinator, KIIT-DU with the guidance of NSS Programme Officers, Ms. Daini Sunita and Ms. Anita Panigrahi at KIMS Paediatrics Department.

The volunteers assessed the health status of 50 children under 6 years in KIMS Paediatrics ward using anthropometric measurement and calculation of BMI. They collected data of each child regarding anaemia, breast feeding, weaning and balanced diet. Some children were found underweight and suffering from anemia. On 4th April, the volunteers conducted a health education program regarding weaning, identification of anaemia, and importance of breastfeeding, positioning and storage of breast milk through using AV aids (poster, flashcards and pamphlets).

It was a pleasant experience for NSS volunteers to interact with mothers and children at KIMS Paediatrics ward.

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KINS Organizes School Health Programme https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-school-health-programme/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-school-health-programme/#respond Thu, 31 Mar 2022 10:01:13 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=38515

The 2nd Year M.Sc. Nursing students of Community Health Nursing Department, KINS and 3rd Year GNM students organized a School Health Service on 26th March 2022. The program was conducted under the mentorship and guidance of Prof. Dr. Niyati Das, Principal; Prof. Dr. Anasuya Pattanayak, HOD Community Health Nursing Department; Mrs. Trupti Rekha Swain, Assistant Professor; and Mrs. […]

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The 2nd Year M.Sc. Nursing students of Community Health Nursing Department, KINS and 3rd Year GNM students organized a School Health Service on 26th March 2022. The program was conducted under the mentorship and guidance of Prof. Dr. Niyati Das, Principal; Prof. Dr. Anasuya Pattanayak, HOD Community Health Nursing Department; Mrs. Trupti Rekha Swain, Assistant Professor; and Mrs. Prativa Ray, Tutor, KINS at Sarkari Uccha Prathamik Vidyalaya, Harekrishna Nagar, Niladri Vihar Urban slum.  

School children of Class 6-8 participated in the programme, under which their health assessment, including anthropometric measurement and physical examination, was performed by GNM students. They demonstrated hand washing techniques and provided health education on personal hygiene to the school students. A role-play was also enacted by GNM students on the topic “Good Touch – Bad Touch”.

Prof. Dr. Niyati Das; Prof. Dr. Anasuya Pattanayak; and Mr. Chandan Pradhan, Assistant Professor KINS were present. It was a pleasant experience for KINS students to conduct an offline program after the lockdown. The programme ended with distribution of food packets among the children and teachers of the school.

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Seminar on “Research Tools and Methods of Data Collection” at KINS Tools and methods of data collection are the most important and inevitable aspect of research. https://news.kiit.ac.in/kiit-events/seminar/seminar-on-research-tools-and-methods-of-data-collection-at-kins-tools-and-methods-of-data-collection-are-the-most-important-and-inevitable-aspect-of-research/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/kiit-events/seminar/seminar-on-research-tools-and-methods-of-data-collection-at-kins-tools-and-methods-of-data-collection-are-the-most-important-and-inevitable-aspect-of-research/#respond Tue, 29 Mar 2022 07:19:10 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=38469

Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS), KIIT-DU organized a one-day seminar on “Research Tools and Methods of Data Collection” on 24th March 2022. The session started with a keynote address by Prof. (Dr.) Niyati Das, Principal, KINS. In her talk on “Concept of Data Collection”, Mrs. Jayasmini Mohanty, Asst. Professor, KINS highlighted the sources, methods and tools of data collection, and several influencing […]

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Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS), KIIT-DU organized a one-day seminar on “Research Tools and Methods of Data Collection” on 24th March 2022. The session started with a keynote address by Prof. (Dr.) Niyati Das, Principal, KINS.

In her talk on “Concept of Data Collection”, Mrs. Jayasmini Mohanty, Asst. Professor, KINS highlighted the sources, methods and tools of data collection, and several influencing factors of data collection with criteria of evaluation. Mrs. Trupti Rekha Swain, Asst. Professor discussed various aspects of the “Interview and Observation Method”, its uses, advantages and disadvantages with suitable examples. The last talk on “Questioning Methods, Bio-physiologic and Other Methods” was delivered by Mrs. Nibedita Mohanty, Asst Professor, KINS with an active interactive session with the audience.

All students and faculty members of KINS attended this seminar. It was coordinated by the seminar organization committee consisting of Dr. Anasuya Pattanayak, Professor; Dr. Sivasankari V., Associate Professor; Mrs. Devasmita Sahoo, Tutor; and Mr. Bajaranga Kamudi, Tutor. The vote of thanks was proposed by Dr. Sivasankari V., Associate Professor.

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KINS Organizes Guest Lecture on “Community Based Rehabilitation: New Perspectives” https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-guest-lecture-on-community-based-rehabilitation-new-perspectives/ https://news.kiit.ac.in/schools/school-of-nursing-sciences/kins-organizes-guest-lecture-on-community-based-rehabilitation-new-perspectives/#respond Tue, 29 Mar 2022 06:40:33 +0000 https://news.kiit.ac.in/?p=38463

Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) organized a lecture on “Community Based Rehabilitation: New Perspectives” on 26th March 2022 through virtual mode. The speaker of the lecture was Dr. Kamlesh Kumari Sharma, Associate Professor, College of Nursing, AIIMS, New Delhi. Her lecture immensely benefited the post graduate, graduate and diploma Nursing students and faculty members. It provided them an insight into disability statistics […]

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Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS) organized a lecture on “Community Based Rehabilitation: New Perspectives” on 26th March 2022 through virtual mode. The speaker of the lecture was Dr. Kamlesh Kumari Sharma, Associate Professor, College of Nursing, AIIMS, New Delhi. Her lecture immensely benefited the post graduate, graduate and diploma Nursing students and faculty members. It provided them an insight into disability statistics in India, principles of community based rehabilitation (CBR), participation, empowerment, self advocacy, sources of help in delivering of CBR services, its components, elements and CBR matrix. Earlier, Prof. Dr. Niyati Das, Principal, KINS welcomed the speaker and delivered the keynote address. The event was coordinated and hosted by Mrs. Soumya Sonalika, Assistant Professor, KINS.

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