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Health care is a team work and the nurses play major roles with team spirit for improving the health status of people. Holistic nursing is practiced to promote physical, psychological, social and spiritual wellbeing. Contemporary nursing accommodates new concepts and theories in order to compete with the new advancement in the related disciplines. Updating the nursing skills is practically important to all nurses for ensuring the standard and quality nursing care to their clients.

This two days workshop is planned to strengthen the knowledge and skills of nurses working in government and private hospitals. Contemporary approaches in delivering various aspects of nursing care will be discussed.


  • Recognize the communication skills for nurses.
  • Explain the management of NCDs through life style modifications
  • Explain the contemporary methods of wound management
  • Perform Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) in proper way
  • Describe the Health Information System (HIS)
  • Describe nursing managements issues and possible solutions
  • Describe the contemporary quality nursing practice

Learning Outcome

There is a huge demand for nurses globally. Health care institutions grow faster in introducing novel and advanced technologies for patient care. Contemporary nurses have the challenge of changing themselves for accommodating to the changing trend of nursing practice. Transformational models of nursing are inevitable in health care. After completion of the workshop, the nurses will be able to practice contemporary nursing in any settings.


  • Date
    22nd and 23rd June 2018
  • No. of participant
  • Fee
    Rs. 1700.00
  • Target Group

Resource Persons

  1. Rev. Sr. Dr. J. Josepha Dip (N), BSc (N), MSc (N), Ph.D (Com. Med) Senior Lecturer in Nursing
  2. Dr. S. Sujendran Dip. in Nursing, PBDN, BScHons Nursing, MSc Nursing (Adelaide), PhD(Cmb) Senior Lecturer in Nursing
  3. Mr. G. Kisokanth BScHons Nursing(USJP), RN, PhD (reading), Senior Lecturer in Nursing
  4. Dr. K. Sundaresan MBBS, MD (Medicine) Senior Lecturer in Medicine
  5. Dr. J. Jeyaruban MBBS, MD (Surgery), MRCS (England) Senior Lecturer in Surgery
  6. Dr. G. Rajeevan Francis MBBS, MD (Medicine) Lecturer in Cardiology
  7. Dr. K. Arulanandem, MBBS, DFM, MD (Family Medicine) Lecturer in Family Medicine
  8. Dr. M.Roshni, MBBS , PhD (Cmb), Lecturer in Medicine
  9. Dr. Vaithehi Rajeevan Francis,MBBS, Postgraduate diploma in Medical Microbiology, MD (Medical Microbiology) , Lecturer (U-C) in Microbiology
  10. Mr. V. Lokeesan B.Sc. Nursing (Hons) (EUSL), RN Lecturer in Nursing
  11. Mr .K. Kangarajah, Dip. in Nursing, PBDN, BSc Nursing, Chief Nursing Officer, Teaching Hospital, Batticaloa

Programme Schedule

1st Day :

TimeTitleResource personDiscussion Panel members
8:30 Registration
8:45 Inauguration
9:00 – 10:00 Communication skills for nurses & Discussion Rev Sr Dr Josepha Joseph
Senior Lecturer
10.00: – 10:15 Refreshment
10:15 – 11:45 Non communicable diseases and life style modification Dr. K. Sundaresan
Senior Lecturer
Dr. K.Arulanandem
Mr.G.Kisokanth Lecturer
11:45 - 1:15 Wound management & Discussion Dr J.Jeyarooban
Senior Lecturer
Dr. M. Roshni
Senior Lecturer
Dr. Vaithehi Rajeevan
1:15 – 2:15Lunch
2:15 - 3:15 Nursing administrative issues Mr .K. Kangarajah
Chief Nursing Officer, THB
3:15 - 3:30 Break
3:30 - 4:30 Health Information System Dr.G.Kisokanth
Senior Lecturer

2nd Day :

TimeTitleResource personDiscussion Panel members
8:45 -11:15 Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Hands on training Dr. F. Rajeewan Mr.G.Kisokanth
11:15 – 11:30 Refreshment
11:30 – 12:30 Quality Nursing Practice Dr.S.Sujendran
Senior Lecturer
12:45 Closing
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