CCN organises a four-day workshop on Training of Nurses on Tuberculosis Care & Control in India
The emergence of resistance to drugs used to treat tuberculosis (TB), and particularly multidrug-resistant TB (MDR-TB), has become a significant public health problem in a number of countries and an obstacle to effective TB control.
To create Awareness on Tuberculosis Department of Nursing organized a four-day workshop on Training of Nurses on Tuberculosis Care & Control in India from 18 June 2018 – 21 June 2018. The activities organized were expert talk by Dr Harmeet Kaur (Principal), Ms Bandana Bisht (Vice Principal) and Ms Ankita Sharma Kaur (Lecturer), Mr Maninder Singh (Associate professor) and Ms Divya Thakur (Associate Professor) they had covered different aspects like cause, diagnostic criteria, Prevention and National programme run by Government to control Tuberculosis. Followed by a visit to DOTS Centre in A.P.jain Civil Hospital, Rajpura where Dr Nareesh Bansal head of TB Unit and his team explained the drug regime and preventive aspects of TB.
The benefitted audience consisted of faculty members and students of Bsc. Nursing 4th year.