- Continuing Nursing Education Programmes for Nurses, that are strategically designed to focus on Advanced trends in Clinical Nursing practices of Critical Care Units, Operating Room etc., to name a few.
- Opportunities for Nurses to explore dimensions of various Clinical Nursing Specialities, thus empowering themselves with specialized Clinical Competencies whilst caring for Patients @ P.D. Hinduja Hospital.
- Recognition of Nursing Personnel for Nursing Innovations & Excellence, contributing to Quality Patient Care along with Professional development.
Conference on Nursing Excellence - Nurses a force for change: Improving health system's resilience
International Nurse's Day - May 12, 2016 at P.D. Hinduja National Hospital & M. R. C
The International Nurses Day 2016 @ Hinduja Hospital & Medical Research Centre, Mahim, was marked by a cascade of initiatives for nursing professionals, directed towards stimulating & appreciating the potential of Nurses at Hinduja Hospital.
The Nurses Week was embedded with multiple theme based activities, which finally led to an amalgamation of scientific deliberations in the "Conference on Nursing Excellence - Nurses a force for change: Improving health system's resilience".
The educational conclave began with the inaugural segment, which was graced by honourable Trustee, CEO, Expert Invitees, Dignitaires & guests. The event began with the lamp lighting ceremony which was followed by opening of the theme by Director – Nursing, Mrs. Phalakshi Manjrekar, who addressed the gathering, elaborating the on the historical beginning of Nursing & significant facts about it. Mrs. Manjrekar, also shed light on the aspect of resilience in healthcare & how nurses are pivotal in contributing to it.
The Key note for the Conference was addressed by Dr. Manali Londhe (Director Welfare Mumbai University) who elaborated on the dimension - "Change to Positivity – How Nurses influence one to think forward – Indian scenario: Historical past to future". The CEO – Mr. Gautam Khanna appreciated & congratulated Nurses at Hinduja Hospital for their exemplary work & dedication shown towards Nursing Care delivered at HNH. Trustee Mrs. Ushaji, in her address to Nurses, called upon the Nurses to lead the change in Healthcare. Mrs. Ushaji, appreciated & thanked the Nurses for continuing Madam Lalitaji's legacy of caring with empathy & patience. Mrs. Ushaji, also conveyed the Nurses Day greetings on behalf of Ms. Vinooji, and encouraged Nurses to continue to raise the bar in improving the Quality of Nursing Care at Hinduja Hospital. COO Mr. Joy Chakroborty recognised nursing excelence being appreciated at all accreditation audits.
The first scientific segment of the day, began with Dr. Nilima Sonawane, (Lecturer, INE, Sir J. J. Hospital) who delivered her expertise on "How can Nurses strengthen the Health systems & unite to achieve the SDGs? – A strategy to assist them.".
Dr. Santy Sajan, BSN, PhD, MBA, MSCIT-C (General Manager, Columbia Asia Hospital Whitefield., Bengaluru) inspired the audience with her talk on "Evolving Nursing leaders – Empowering Nurses; How does it better the Healthcare system". Dr. Santy evoked nurses to consider Professional Progression in Nursing, Mrs. Phalakshi Manjrekar, DN, HNH then deliberated on the topic, "Nurses – Key personnel in the Healthcare systems; Coping with Challenges". Mrs. Phalakshi elaborated on the multiple challengers faced by Nurses, by referring to the present global as well as Indian health scenarios.