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Recruitment Day for Mental Health Nurses

Recruitment Day for Mental Health Nurses Recruitment Day for Mental Health Nurses
Melissa Porter | 13 May, 2018, 19:01

Kohima: NPF legislator Keneizhakho Nakhro asserted that there was no greater satisfaction than to serve the people in times of need and despair and urged nurses to continue their good service to humanity. The MLA congratulated the nurses for choosing the career in spite of knowing the several hazardous challenges they would face.

On the International Nurses Day, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said that her govt has set up new Nursing Training Schools with a view to increasing the number of trained nurses.

Some of the Mental Health Nursing team at Southern Trust.

Given every year on May 12, a total of 35 awards - 20 for Nurses, 12 for Auxiliary Nurse Mid-wives and 3 for Lady Health Visitors are awarded to outstanding Nursing Personnel.

The ISN for International Nurses Day 2018 has chosen the theme "Nurses A Voice to Lead - Health is a human right". He said that nurses were the backbone of the healthcare system.

"But the government now seems hell-bent on showing that they're no longer welcome".

"It is due to her commitment and hard work that the sub-centre has recorded 100 percent institutional delivery in past one year", said Manish Agrawal, the collector of Malkangiri.

The program was attended by all the nurses from district hospital, primary health centres and sub centres, NHM staff and media officer.

Union Health Minister J P Nadda and Union Minister of State for Health Ashwini Kumar Choubey gave away the awards to the nurses at the Florence Nightingale awards ceremony. Florence Nightingale awards were instituted in the year 1973 by the Government as a mark of recognition for the meritorious services rendered by nurses to the society.

The results of the survey were released along with a report titled Staffing For Safe And Effective Care: Nursing On The Brink, which highlighted fears over staff shortages affecting patient care and the health of nurses.

The programme was chaired by nursing sister, Akhwele with Nupasalu invoking God's blessing.