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Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Nursing

Pulse Polio Program Training and Pulse Polio Program

Sunday, February 27, 2022 - Friday, March 04, 2022 |Dr. D. Y Patil College of Nursing |Events


Dr. D. Y Patil College of Nursing organized Pulse Polio training program in collaboration with Yashwantrao Chavan memorial hospital, Pimpri, Pune on 23 February 2022 The event was carried out under the guidance of Dr.Mrs. Rupali Salvi, Principal of Dr. D.Y Patil College of nursing and Dr. Mrs.Kavita Kelkar, Associate Professor, Dr. D.Y. Patil College of Nursing.

Total 180 students of 2nd year B. Sc Nursing and Final year B. Sc Nursing along with faculty Mrs. Martha Raut, Mrs. Jayshree Ohal, Ms.Vaishanvi Dhobale, and Mr. Tushar Throat. Pulse polio training was conducted in classroom 2 of Dr. D.Y. Patil College of nursing from 11.00 am to 12.30 pm

Dr. Tapshilkar In charge of pulse polio program officer YCM, Pimpri. Dr. Bagave and Mrs. Gavade (Staff Nurse) given information about the significant of pulse polio programme in India global scenario on polio. Students were trained in following areas such as administration of polio vaccine, tally sheet, identification mark for polio, booth areas and banners, maintenance of Cold chain for vials, information about how to check VVM (vaccine vial monitor)

Vote of thanks given by Mrs. Martha Raut faculty of Dr. D.Y Patil College of nursing

PULSE POLIO PROGRAMME AND IPPI

Dr. D. Y Patil College of Nursing organized pulse polio and IPPI from 27 th February to 4th March 2022 with the collaboration of Y.C.M Hospital in National Pulse Polio Programm. Students of Second Year & Final Year B.Sc. Nursing (197) were posted for the pulse polio program and IPPI under Y.C.M hospital. The areas covered such as Bhosari, Sant Tukaram Nagar, Pimple saudhaghar, YCM hospital, and Dr. D. Y. Patil Hospital

During Pulse Polio Programme & IPPI students have given 5336 Polio Doses & 20800 Houses were visited during IPPI. Due to the Pulse Polio Programme, students were able to participate in the National Health Programme. The program went on smoothly.

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