Faculty from Gregorian College, Canada, imparts global best practices to over 300 Indian nurses.
Online PR News – 30-May-2014 – Chandigarh – Chandigarh, India, May 2014–GlobalNurse4U (an INSCOL Academy initiative), through its team of instructors, continues to fulfill the mission of empowering Indian nurses by imparting global best practices , through workshops and simulation-based training programmes in India .
INSCOL Academy invited Prof. Kris Voycey , Faculty of Health Sciences, Georgian College , Canada , and also President, College of Nurses of Ontario (CNO), and Ms. Yvonne Galbraith , Nursing Simulation Specialist, Georgian College, Canada to conduct workshops on Trauma Care in nursing and and to demonstrate the Multimodal Approach to Nursing Simulation. The workshops were conducted at Chitkara University, Punjab, and at the San Jose College of Nursing , Kerala.
To understand trauma care in Indian hospitals , the faculty visited PGIMER (Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research), Chandigarh. They also visited Welcare Hospital, Kochi, and Global Hospital, Bangalore, during their visits to these cities.
A further round of workshops on Trauma Care and Nursing Simulation were conducted in Bangalore on the 20th and 21st of May, 2014 at Global Hospital and Manjushree College of Nursing. In all, GlobalNurse4U trained 300+ nurses in Chandigarh, Kochi and Bangalore at these workshops.
About INSCOL Academy:
INSCOL Academy, established in 2003, is the education division of INSCOL Healthcare Ltd., a leading healthcare services provider headquartered in Chandigarh, India. INSCOL Academy prepares healthcare professionals for a global career by imparting knowledge on worldwide best practices in the healthcare industry, and by topping-up their skills to the levels of their best-trained international counterparts. These it does through partnerships with leading healthcare colleges and universities across the world. More than 20 programs at 15 universities/colleges in Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the UK, and the USA, are open to healthcare professionals keen to pursue nursing careers outside their countries of origin.
GlobalNurse4U is an INSCOL Academy initiative aimed at acquainting the Indian nursing fraternity and sorority with the latest developments in nursing care worldwide. The initiative, which started in 2012, has so far trained over 20,000 nurses in more than 250 healthcare establishments; some of them the largest in the country.