KINS seminar on `nursing process’


With the aim to upgrade the knowledge of nursing students regarding nursing care Kalinga Institute of Nursing Sciences (KINS), a constituent of KIIT-DU, organised a day-long seminar on `Nursing Process’onMarch 4, at KIDS auditorium.

Sarting the session with a keynote address, Prof. (Dr.) Niyati Das, Principal, KINS highlighted the overall nursing process and encouraged the first year nursing students to apply the same in their clinical setting for quality nursing care.

The first talk on “Introduction to nursing process” was presented by Subhashree Mohapatra, Tutor, KINS. She focused on overview of nursing process, it’s purposes, components and characteristics.

In her talk on “Nursing Assessment”Jayashree Pradhan, Tutor, KINS discussed the meaning of assessment, data collection procedure and physical assessment. Debajani Sahoo Assistant Professor KINS presented her talk on “Nursing Diagnosis”. The next talk on “Planning”was presented by Devasmita Sahoo, Tutor, KINS. Karisma Tripathy, Tutor, KINS delivered her talk on “Implementation” and focused on the intervention part of nursing process in which she highlighted on the purposes, characteristics, types, process and skills required for a nurse to perform the task .

The last session “Evaluation” was taken by Anita Panigrahi, in which she emphasized the objectives of evaluation in nursing process. It was a very interactive session where the speakers clarified all the queries of the students by quoting suitable examples, followed by which a post test session was done to evaluate the effectiveness of the seminar. All students of M.Sc, B.Sc Nursing, GNM and faculty members of KINS attended.

The seminar was coordinated by the seminar organizing committee of KINS and anchored by Smrutirekha Sahoo, Tutor, KINS. Vote of thanks was proposed by Sasmita Rout., Assistant Professor, KINS. Around 180 participants participated.

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