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Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Nursing

Health Facility Preparedness and Readiness for Covid 19 - Role of Community Health Nurse

Monday, June 07, 2021 |Online |Health Camp/ Medical Camp/ Diagnostic Camp


TOPIC - Health Facility Preparedness and Readiness for Covid 19 - Role of Community Health Nurse”
SUBTOPICS:

Community mitigation strategies in Covid-19

The first line of defence: Community Health

Challenges and Response Plan for Covid-19.

Risk communication and community

Palliative care in

AIMS: To provide in-depth knowledge to the participants regarding Covid 19

Preparedness.

OBJECTIVES:

The participants will be able to understand delivery of palliative and end-of- life care by primary healthcare professionals in epidemics and

The participants will be able to understand pivotal role of community health workers in fighting the

The participants will be able to understand coordinated action at national, regional, and global levels to overcome the on-going challenges in the response to Covid-19.

The participants will be able to understand the importance of engaging and clear

ORGANIZING TEAM & RESOURCE PERSONS
  • Organizing chairperson- (Mrs) Rupali Salvi

(Principal, Dr. D. Y Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune)

  • Organizing Secretary- (Mrs) Nisha Naik

(Associate Professor, Dr. D.Y Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune)

RESOURCE PERSONS
  • Mrs. Kavita Kelkar (Associate Professor, Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Nursing)
  • Pooja Nikam (Assistant Professor, Dr. D.Y. Patil College Of Nursing)
  • Sanjay Sabde (Clinical Instructor Dr. D.Y. Patil College Of Nursing)
  • Surekha Kasab (Clinical Instructor Dr. D.Y. Patil Institute of Nursing Education)
PROGRAMME METHODOLOGY

Community Health Nursing Department of Dr. D. Y. Patil College Of Nursing, has organized one day E- Workshop on “Health facility preparedness and readiness for Covid 19 - Role of Community Health Nurse” on 7th June 2021 through ZOOM platform from 11.00 AM To 3.30 PM. The workshop was well attended by eminent resource persons, faculty members, and students from

Dr. D Y Patil College Of Nursing. There were different committees which included faculty members & MSc Nursing Students of Community Health department of Dr.D.Y Patil College of Nursing for organizing this E- Workshop under the guidance of Dr. Mrs. Rupali Salvi, Principal Dr. D. Y.   Patil College of Nursing and Dr.Mrs Nisha Naik, Associate Professor, Dr. D Y Patil College of Nursing..

The total delegates registered for this E-Workshop were 174, out of which 17% were faculties and 17% were PG students, 62% were UG Students and 4% were PHD Scholars of Dr. D Y Patil College of Nursing.

The host for the E-workshop was Ms.Vaishnavi Dhobale (Clinical Instructor) Dr. D. Y Patil College of Nursing. On 7th June 2021 the E- workshop was inaugurated with lamp lighting by Dr. (Mrs) Rupali Salvi, Principal, Dr D.

  1. Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune. Followed by the felicitation of Dr. (Mrs) Rupali Salvi, Principal, Dr D. Y. Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune by Dr. Mrs. Kavita Kelkar Associate Professor, Dr. D Y Patil college Of Nursing Pimpri, Pune and felicitation of Dr.(Mrs). Nisha Naik Associate Professor, Dr. D Y Patil College of Nursing Pimpri, Pune by Mrs. Pooja Nikam Assistant Professor, Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Nursing Pimpri, Pune. The welcome speech was given by Dr.(Mrs). Nisha Naik Associate Professor, Dr. D.
  2. Patil College of Nursing Pimpri, Pune. The Keynote address was given by

the Organizing Chairperson, Dr. (Mrs.) Rupali Salvi, Principal of Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Nursing and declared the E- Workshop open.

Followed by First session started at 11.15 AM with Mrs. Pooja Nikam, Assistant Professor (Community Health Nursing) of Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune on the topic Community Mitigation Strategies in Covid 19 Pandemic. The second session was conducted by Dr.Mrs. Kavita Kelkar Associate Professor (Community Health Nursing) of Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune at 11:45 am on The first line of defence: Community Health Workers.

After the lunch break at 1.30 PM started with the third session on topic- “Challenges and Response Plan for COVID-19” Dr.Mrs. Kavita Kelkar Associate Professor (Community Health Nursing) of Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune. The next session started at 2.00 PM by Mr. Sanjay Sabde Clinical Instructor (Community Health Nursing) of Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune. Follwed by the fifth session by Ms. Surekha Kasab Clinical Instructor (Community Health Nursing) of Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of Nursing Education,Pimpri,Pune.

After completion of each sessions delegates asked questions and answers were given by speakers.

After completion of all the sessions proceeded with the valedictory function of the E-Workshop

At 3.00 PM started the valedictory function. Dr.(Mrs) Rupali Salvi, Principal Dr. D.Y. Patil College Of Nursing addressed the delegates, Mrs. Pooja Nikam, Assistant Professor (Community Health Nursing) of Dr. D. Y. Patil College of Nursing, Pimpri, Pune presented the report.

Feedback given by Ms. Shubhandi Sodanwar (IInd Year MSc Nursing) & Ms. Sherlyn Ghorpade (2nd Year BSc Nursing). The overall feedback from the delegates was the workshop was very relevant to their work.

An Online self -evaluation tool was administered to conduct the Pre-Test & Post- Test knowledge on the objectives of E- Workshop. E- Certificate provided to the delegates after the Post-Test.

Vote of thanks given by Ms. Ashvini Sakharkar (1st MSc Nursing) & the E- workshop“Health facility preparedness and readiness for Covid 19: Role of Community Health Nurse” ended with PASAYADAN.

Outcome of E-Workshop “Health Facility Preparedness And Readiness For Covid 19: Role of Community Health Nurse”

The feedback from the delegates indicates that the workshop was successful. To a large extend the objectives of the workshop and the expectations of the participants were met. The experience, knowledge and the interactive mode of presentation made the function friendly and graceful.

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