Post Basic Diploma

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


Aim of the Post Basic Diploma In Cardio Thoracic Nursing is to prepare registered nurses ( GNM or B.Sc ) with specialized knowledge , skills and attitude in providing advance quality care to patients with cardiothoracic problems and their families.


At the end of the course

  • Describe the concepts and principles of cardio-thoracic nursing
  • Perform advanced cardiac life support skills
  • Apply nursing process in caring of patients with cardio-thoracic diseases.
  • Communicate effectively with patient having cardio-thoracic problems and their family members
  • Demonstrate skills in management of cardio-thoracic services/units
  • Participate effectively as a member of the cardiac care team
  • Make a plan for organization of cardiac and thoracic units
  • Conduct research in cardio-thoracic nursing
  • Teach and supervise nurses and allied health workers

For post basic diploma in cardio-thoracic nursing

  • Be a registered nurse (RN& RM) or equivalent
  • Possess a minimum of one year experience as a staff nurse
  • Nurses from other countries must obtain an equivalent certificate from INC before admission
  • Be physically fit
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