Research Orientation to Novice

   Consciously or unconsciously research is parts of our daily routines, which involves critical thinking on the basis of skills, knowledge, and take decision then repeat. Disseminating and discussing these process, decision and its result within colleagues or peer group will enhances the horizon. If this process can be build in a systematic process, with a value addition may lead to innovation. With this empirical evidences and assessing the pool of in house resources we decided to run a trail to build

Aim: to develop a critical analysis among their field of practice.

Objectives: At the end of the classes the participants could able to

1. Describe the importance of the research in their area of practice
2. Understand the steps of research process
3. Apply the research process steps in their practicing field
4. Apply the research tools like Mendeley, Zotero and/or end note
5. Disseminate an information within the peer group

Expected Outcome:

1. Present a research paper within a peer group
2. Prepare a study for the publication (individual or group)

It’s unique because:

1. A small group with two way interaction
2. Brief one or two pages hand notes
3. Pretest and post test for the presentation
4. Special initiatives to involve all the staff (best research paper/best outcome staff)
5. Inviting special guest on various occasions as and when possible.
6. Competency based teaching and formative evaluation system.

“Caring for mothers and their newborns- Midwives' role”

Maternal and neonatal mortality are the determinants of social- economic and health institutions. There were many international and national deliberations to reduce maternal and neonatal mortality. Millennium Development Goals (MDG) and Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) at international level and Maternal Child Health (MCH), Reproductive Child Health (RCH) and recent up gradation of this is our national level.

In any given health institutions workforce, nurses comprise around 50% and play a pivotal role with different responsibility, starting as a care provider to patient advocacy. Indian public health institutions, Nurses and Auxiliary Nurse Midwives are the frontiers at institutional and community level care respectively.

In any given health institutions workforce, nurses comprise around 50% and play a pivotal role with different responsibility, starting as a care provider to patient advocacy. Indian public health institutions, Nurses and Auxiliary Nurse Midwives are the frontiers at institutional and community level care respectively. Recent achievements of the institutional delivery and increase in the prenatal care are the achievements of these frontiers. They are the once who operationalise all the work and own the institutions. Up gradation of a Primary Health Centre (PHC) and its Sub-Centres was an appreciable achievement. Who are these health workers working there and what is their status, what are their contributions and is there need to acknowledge and upgrade their skills are not the concern for an administration but these are our first priority.

In any given health institutions workforce, nurses comprise around 50% and play a pivotal role with different responsibility, starting as a care provider to patient advocacy. Indian public health institutions, Nurses and Auxiliary Nurse Midwives are the frontiers at institutional and community level care respectively. Here is a time to appreciate their contributions, acknowledge their skills and work towards their up gradation. With this small note we are planning to organise one day workshop on “Caring for mothers and their newborns- Midwives' role” with the following aims and objectives:

In any given health institutions workforce, nurses comprise around 50% and play a pivotal role with different responsibility, starting as a care provider to patient advocacy. Indian public health institutions, Nurses and Auxiliary Nurse Midwives are the frontiers at institutional and community level care respectively.

AIM: The aim of the programme is to improve the quality of maternal and neonatal care and to contribute to the reduction of their mortality.

Objectives: 1. Upgrade the midwifery and newborn care skills among the clinical nurses and contribute to reducing the maternal and neonatal mortality.
2. Promote the clinical nursing association’s involvement in professional standard development.
3. Motivate clinical nurses to strive for the professional development in collaboration and coordination with the associations.
4. Visualisation of existing nurses independent practices within the public health institutions.

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