From the Desk of Our Executive Director (Academics)Nursing constitutes a plethora of activities in the healthcare industry forming a foundation to assist doctors in the diagnosis and treatment of patients. Basically based on the education of love, it teaches love and care. A nurse administers medicines, maintains patient records, and operates medical equipment. As a fresher, a nurse takes care of patients in the general wards and is placed in different departments like psychiatry and Intensive Care Units (ICU) where specialized caring is required. Being a nurse requires one to be mentally strong, caring, comfortable with working in shifts, should be always in smiles and full of love.-

Nurses are on the front lines of the health care delivery team. They independently assess and monitor patients, and taking a holistic approach, determine what patients need to attain and preserve their health. Nurses then provide care and, if needed, alert other health care professionals to assist. Thus, nurses coordinate care delivery by physicians, nurse practitioners, social workers, physical therapists and others. Nurses assess whether care is successful. If not, they create a different plan of action.

One of the most important roles of the nurse is always to be a patient advocate to protect the interests of patients especially when the patients themselves cannot because of illness or inadequate health knowledge.

Nurses are patient educators, responsible for explaining procedures and treatments. For instance, nurses teach patients and their families how to eat in a healthier way, take medicines, change wound dressings, and use health care equipment.

Nurses empower patients, guiding them toward healthy behaviors and support them in time of need. When patients are able, nurses encourage and teach them how to care for themselves. Nurses provide physical care only when patients cannot do so for themselves.

Hospital nurses are responsible for discharge planning, deciding together with other health professionals when patients can go home, and helping patients adapt to their conditions and work toward full recovery.

Nurses, especially those working in community settings, work to prevent illness through education and community programs designed to decrease transmittable illnesses, violence, obesity and tobacco use, and provide maternal-child education–to prevent some of the leading health problems of our time.

We in Mata Sahib Kaur College of Nursing have state-of-art infrastructure, latest technology, modern labs, cozy hostels, good play grounds, lush green lawns and above all, a loving and congenial atmosphere for studies which helps in the making of good nurses

 

Professor (Dr.)  Harjinder Singh Majhail, Ph. D.

Executive Director (Academics)

Former Director (Edu.) Chief Khalsa Diwan

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