Nursing

Nursing

Introduction To the Profession

Nursing Profession is considered as profession providing care of patient considering all aspects that is with a holistic approach, with the ever increasing demands and dimensions of medical sciences. Regardless to this providing comprehensive nursing care is becoming more and more complex with its management services, satisfying the nursing needs of the client.

Nursing is a profession within the health care sector focused on the care of individuals, families, and communities so they may attain, maintain, or recover optimal health and quality of life.

Nurses may be differentiated from other health care providers by their approach to patient care, training, and scope of practice. Nurses practice in a wide diversity of practice areas with a different scope of practice and level of prescriber authority in each. Many nurses provide care within the ordering scope of physicians, and this traditional role has come to shape the historic public image of nurses as care providers. However, nurses are permitted by most jurisdictions to practice independently in a variety of settings depending on training level. In the postwar period, nurse education has undergone a process of diversification towards advanced and specialized credentials, and many of the traditional regulations and provider roles are changing.

About Us

General hospital Sangli was established in the year 1963. The training college of Nursing was also established in the same year. But it was started in March 1964.

Previously the course was named as General Nursing and Midwifery and it was of 3and ½ years programme. It was revised in 1987 and started 3 years Revised General Nursing and Midwifery Diploma course. In was again Revised in 2005 and 3 ½ years RGNM Diploma started by INC and MNC.

Our college is admitting the students as per Indian Nursing Council, Maharashtra Nursing Council and DMER norms. 20 students intake per year is taken with the permission of INC, MNC and DMER. Admission criteria is decided by the MNC and DMER.

Students are provided good Free Hostel and Free educational Facilities. Yearly They should undergo MNC Examination. They have to register for MNC for their further practice.

Students got rich clinical experience in hospital. They also got rural experience in Health Centre, Tasgaon.

The curriculum is run by college as per INC and MNC syllabus.

The teaching faculty in college are appointed by DMER. All teachers are well experienced and are post graduate and graduate. All are efficient in carrying their responsibilities for planning and implementation of teaching programme.

All laboratory and library is also timely provided to the student by the college. Some committees are formed by the college for the students to carry out the programme more effectively and more easily namely- General committee, Curriculum Committee, Evaluation committee, Discipline Committee , Welfare Committee, Library Committee, Committee for Co curricular Activities, Nursing Research Cell.

We look forward to the development of training college of nursing with capability to turn out the products excelling in theoretical concepts as well as in caring skills.

Philosophy

INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSES STATES THAT THE UNIQUE FUNCTION OF THE NURSES’ IS TO ASSIST THE INDIVIDUAL SICK OR WELL IN THE PERFORMSNCE OF THESE ACTIVITIES COTRIBUTING TO HEALTH OR ITS RECOVERY ( OR TO PEACEFUL DEATH) THAT HE WOULD PERFORM UNAIDED IF HE HAD NECESSARY STRENGTH WILL OR KNOWLEDGE . AND TO DO THIS IS IN SUCH A WAY AS TO HOLD HIM GAIN INDEPENDENCE .

KEEPING THIS IS MIND THE INDIAN COUNCIL BELIVES THAT THE BASIS COURSE IN NURSING IS A FORMAL EDUCATIONAL PREPARATION WHICH SHOULD BE BASED AN SOUND EDUCATION PRINCIPLES . THE COUNCIL RECOGNISES THIS PROGRAMME AS THE FOUNDATION AN WHICH THE PRACTICE OF NURSING AS BUILT AND ON WHICH FURTHER PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION DEPENDS . IT ALSO RECHGNISE ES ITS RESPONSIBILITY TO SOCIETY FOR THE CONTINUED DEVELOPMENT OF STUDENTS AS INDIVIDUAL NURSES CITIZENS.

THE COUNCIL BELIVES THAT A BASIC COURSE IN NURSING SHOULD PREPARE NURSES FOR FIRST LEVEL POSITION IN NURSING BOTH IN HOSPITAL AND COMMUNITY.

TO ACHIVE THIS – THIS COUNCIL IS OF THE OPINION A GOOD UNDERSTANDING OF BASIC SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES, PRINCIPLES OF COMMUNICATION AND LEARNING ARE ESSENTIONAL AS NURSING IS BELIVED TO BE A PROFESSIONAL INFLUENCED BY SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCE .

THE COUNCIL RE ITERATES THE IMPORTANCE OF COUNCIL / FIELD WORK IN ESTABLISHING A SOUND NURSE – CLIENT RELATION SHIP AND BELIVES THAT A SUB STANTIAL PORTION OF STUDENT’S LEARING EXPERIECE SHOULD BE ACQUIRED IN THE CLINICAL / FIELD AREAS .

THE COUNCIL RECOGNIZES NURSING AS A PRACTCING PROFESSION INTER – DEPENDENT ON ALLIED PROFESSION AND OCCUPATIONS FOR PROMOTING RESTORING AND MAINTAINING HEALTH AND IN PREVENTING DISEASES.

THE INDIAN NURSING COUNCILL RECHGNISE THE NECESSARY OF DEVELOPING A DEEP PRIDE IN THE NURSING PROFESSIONAL AMONG TO ANABLE FURTHER PROFESSIONAL GROWTH .

Nursing services

Nursing is the backbone of the health organization which aims at satisfying nursing needs of the client which includes preventive, promotive, curative, rehabilitative services. In nursing services nurse has to work with various allied departments such as, Social, Mental, and Nutrition etc. for providing holistic program of the patient care in the hospital

The first pillar of nursing services at GMCH Miraj was set by Asst.Matron .Mrs.Shashikala S.Harne.

Definition of Nursing services

Nursing service as the part of total health organizations which aims to satisfy major objective of the nursing services to provide prevention of disease and promotion of health. -WHO expert committee

Objectives of Nursing in ward
  1. Qualitative and holistic care to the patient
  2. care based on client priority needs
  3. Accurate assessment of client needs
  4. managing with the available resources.
  5. Health education to the client and its attendants.
  6. To provide nursing personnel with opportunities for continuing education and training.
  7. To conduct and participate in researchers related to nursing and nursing care
Nursing Duties
  1. Patient care.
  2. Registration and documentations of records.
  3. Ward planning and staffing.
  4. Ward administrations.
  5. Education.
  6. Managements.
  7. Maintance And Supplies.
  8. House keeping.
PURPOSE

The purpose of the General Nursing programme, is to prepare good Nurse who will function as member of the health- team with beginning commences for first leave position in both hospital and community.

The programme is geared to the unity and the individual in society, whichwill serve as a basis for advanced and specialization in Nursing & which will assist nurses in their personal, professional development so that they may make their maximum contribution to society as individuals, citizens and nurses.

GENERAL OBJECTIVES OF THE COURSE

The nurse completing this course will be able to:-

  1. Demonstrate awareness of and skill required in the Nursing process in provision of health care and nursing of patients For Example:-
    • Asses the needs of individual families and communities throughout nursing care.
    • Plan appropriate action to help people retain or sustain their possible leave of health in all its aspects.
    • Work with other members of the health team and community in programme of health prevention & illness.
    • Evaluate effectiveness of nursing & health care activities.
  2. Apply relevant knowledge from the humanities biological & behavioural sciences in carrying out health care and nursing activities and functions.
  3. Bio Sensitivity and skillin human relationships and in communication daily work.
  4. Demonstrate skill in the use of problem solving methods in Nursing Practise.
  5. General knowledge of the health resources in the community and communication.
  6. Demonstrate beginning leadership skills in working with health community and others in the provision of health care.
  7. Demonstrate an understanding of commitment of the professional behaviour.
  8. Demonstrate awareness of and appreciate the necessity of belonging to professional organisations.
  9. Demonstrate beginning ability in self- awareness self-evaluation in personal & professional help.
  10. Promotion of health precaution of illness, restoration of health of rehabilitation.
Duty Timing
Morning Duty:- 07:30Am To 02:50 Pm Total: 07 hours 20 min
Evening Duty:- 01:00Pm To 08:30 Pm Total: 07 hours 30 min
Night Duty:- 08:00Pm To 08:30Am (Next Day) Total: 12 hours 30 min
First Week :- 7 days =1 Weekly Off ,6 days Working

1 Night Duty:-12 hours 30 min

2 days :- Evening Duty 15 hrs

Total:- 42 hrs 40 min
Second Week :- 7 days =1 Weekly Off ,1 Sec. Saturday, 5 days Working

1 Night Duty:-12 hours 30 min

2 days :- Evening Duty 15 hrs

1 days :- Morning Duty 07 hrs 20 min

Total:- 4days, 34 hrs 50 min
Third Week :- 7 days =1 Weekly Off ,6 days Working

1 Night Duty:-12 hours 30 min

2 days :- Evening Duty 15 hrs

Total:- 42 hrs 40 min
Fourth Week :- 7 days =1 Weekly Off ,1 Sec. Saturday, 5 days Working

1 Night Duty:-12 hours 30 min

2 days :- Evening Duty 15 hrs

1 days :- Morning Duty 07 hrs 20 min

Total:- 4days, 34 hrs 50 min
Two weeks :- 77 hrs
First Week:- 42 hrs 10 min
Second Week:- 34 hrs 50 min
Total:- 77 hr
Staff Welfare Activities:-
  1. Deputed for higher education, workshops, conferences conducted by DMER and other institutes
  2. Encourage to participates TNAI /IN programs
  3. Continuing nursing education.
  4. Nurses Club
  5. Nurses day celebrations / co curriculum activities
  6. Financial support Nurse’s co-operative society sangli
  7. Provide nursing quarters
  8. Celebration of ganpati ustav in Quarters campus
  9. Pay In advance festival allowances on occasions ex. Diwali. Christmas, Ramjan-id
Asst. Matron & their service period
Sr.No Name Off Asst.Matron Service period
1 Mrs.Shashikala H Harne (Actine) 16/02/2005 To 16/03/2009
2 Mrs.Rajni Pandurang Patil 01/08/2007 To 31/07/2011
3 Mrs.Shushila Baban khade (Actine) 01/08/2011 To 31/01/2012
4 Mrs.Shushila Baban khade 01/02/2013 To till date
5 Mrs.Neha vaijanath kapare 17/06/2013 To 30/09/2013
6 Mrs.Sucheta Balwant Desai 01/11/2013 To till date
Local Nursing Audit committee
Sr.N Name Post Committee Post
1 Mrs.Shushila Baban khade Asst.Matron President
2 Mrs.Sucheta Balwant desai Asst.Matron Vice-President
3 Mrs.Nirmala Arulsagayam PHN Member
4 Mrs.Sulbha Virupaksha Hinjlagkar Incharge Sister Member
5 Mrs.Sanjiwani Chandrakant Mohite Incharge Sister Member
6 Mrs.Sangita Govind Rathod Staff Nurse Member
7 Mrs.Hema Miakel Smith Staff Nurse Member
8 Mr.Mahadev Balkrashna Satpute Staff Nurse Member
Working Nursing staff information
Sr.No Name of Post Sanction Post Filled Post Vacancy
1 Asst. Matron 02 02 00
2 Public Health Nurse 01 01 01
3 Pediatric Nurse 01 01 01
4 Psychiatric Nurse 02 00 02
5 Departmental Nurse 07 00 07
6 In charge Nurse 41 18 23
7 Staff Nurse 333 197 136
Total 389 219 170
TEACHING FACULTY – RGNM PROGRAME FOR 2014-2015
Sr. No. Name of the Teaching faculty. Designation Qualification Name of Institute Passing Year R.N & R.M. No. Teaching Year Date of Joining Pan No.
01 Mrs. Patil Lata Ramchandra Sister Tutor

(Principal)

P.C.B.Sc. Nursing I.N.E Mumbai University. 1987 I-22822

XV-18807

19 years 17-04-1995 AFLPP1240B
02 Miss. Patil Usha Govindrao Sister Tutor

Vice Principal

P.C.B.Sc. Nursing I.N.E Mumbai University 1991 I-27551

XV-28155

08 years 22-02-2006 ABVPP4566A
03 Mrs. Jadhav Sneha Sachindra Sister Tutor P.C.B.Sc. Nursing I.N.E Mumbai University 2000 I-35664

XV-31177

05 years 28-10-2009 AEOPJ0960E
04 Mrs. Pawar Vasudha Mohan Sister Tutor P.C.B.Sc. Nursing I.N.E Mumbai University 2001 VVVIII-5086 05 years 20-10-2009 AHBPP5842P
05 Mrs. Budhagaonkar Jyotsna Kishor Sister Tutor P.B.B.Sc. Nursing
M.Sc.Nursing
(OBGY)
I.N.E Mumbai.
Nashik
University
2004
2011
XXVIII-5074 02 years 28-03-2013 AFTPB6996E
06 Mr. Santosh Vasudev Baliwant Master Tutor P.B.BSc. Nursing I.N.E Mumbai. 2009 XLVI-187 01 years 12/09/2014 AVEPB0232C