Community HealthNurisng

Where There is Charity and Wisdom There is Neither Fear nor IgnoranceSt.Francis Assisi

Subject Placement in the Course

B.Sc. ( N ) - II Year & IV Year B.Sc( N )

Details of Course

IV Year B.Sc( N )

CourseTheory HourPractical Hour
II Year B.Sc(N)100160
IV Year B.Sc(N)160320
Faculties
Sl.NoNameDesignationQualification
1Mrs. Seeja JacobAssistant ProfessorM.Sc (N) Community Health Nursing
2Mrs. Safiya YoosufLecturerM.Sc (N) Community Health Nursing
Lab Facilities
  • Community Bag
  • Models
  • Puppets
  • Charts
  • Treatment of algorithms for diseases
Research

Departmental research works are ongoing.

Progammes conducted

Conducted school health programme , medical camp , health days , rally , mass health awareness , family care , observations visit to factory ,   panchayat , block office , slaughter houise , water purification , milma , aids centers , TB centre , Leprosy centre etc.

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Foundation Of Nursing

This course focuses on the role of the professional nurse and provides an overview of the delivery of professional nursing practices and role transition.

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Child Health Nursing

This course introduces students to the theoretical knowledge and clinical skills of the child health nurse.

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Medical Surgical Nursing

The course focuses on concepts relating to care of the adult in the acute care setting with commonly occurring medical-surgical problems.

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Mental Health Nursing

Mental health nursing uses the study of human behaviour as its science and the purposeful use of self as its art.

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Obstetrical & Gynaecological

Obstetric wards admit antenatal and postnatal patients whilst Gynaecology wards admit patient with diseases of the reproductive system.

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Community Health Nursing

Explores rural community health nursing, focusing on historical development, philosophy, health care systems, epidemiology, and individuals, families, and specific aggregate groups.

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