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The Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) lost a wonderful human being who won the heart of Nurses

TNAI always remember his contribution and relations with nurses in so many ways following few have been listed below:
  • 1. President Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam gave away the Florence Nightingale Awards (after a gap of 21 years) to Nursing Personnel at a function held at Rashtrapati Bhawan on May 12, 2007.
  • 2. The year 2008 has been quite momentous for nursing community of India because the Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam inaugurated the TNAI Centenary Celebration, a historical event held in Mumbai on November 4, 2008. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam during his address to the nursing fraternity said that “let my care remove the pain, Nursing is a beautiful mission”.
  • 3. Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam inaugurated the Central Institute of Nursing Research and Elderly Care Home of TNAI at Greater Noida on 2nd July, 2012 during his highly motivating Chief Guest’s Address emphasised that “Nursing: a mission of giving”

Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam designed a six point oath for nurses and he asked all the nurses who were present during the function to repeat the oath along with him.

  • “I love my profession of nursing, the noble mission.
  • I realise, removing the pain is a great Godly mission.
  • I will treat all patients equally with kindness and care.
  • I will take special care of at least 20 rural patients.
  • I will be a lifelong learner in nursing.
  • I will follow the motto “Let my care, remove your pain and bring smile”.

The entire nursing community salutes the exemplary contribution of Dr. APJ Abdul Kalam. Let us pray together for the soul of departed Great leader to REST IN PEACE and grant of courage and strength from the God Almighty to the family members, friends and the entire nation to bear this unbridgeable gap. We can live through by following his footsteps and imbibing the values he taught us.


TNAI has represented the issue of evacuation of stranded nurses in Yemen to its Embassy in New Delhi. Embassy is willing to help the nurses who are struck in that country due to salary pending, surrender of original certificates to the employer and other reasons etc. The nurses those who fled out without having received any experience certificate and other necessary documents etc. shall also represent to TNAI. We therefore request nurses, their family members, friends, colleagues, institutions, hospitals to provide us with the details of stranded nurses’ name, residential address, name of the employer, hospital address in Yemen etc. TNAI will represent the same to the Embassy. We are expecting a positive action will be discharged from the good office of Embassy of Yemen.

Secretary-General, TNAI


Resolution adopted during TNAI Biennial Conference 2014, Lucknow, UP. “EQUAL PAY FOR EQUAL WORK”



CONTENTS
145 Editorial
147 Nurses’ Awareness and Perceptions towards Disaster Situations – Joshi Sonopant G
151 Knowledge and Attitude of School Children on Activities of Daily Living and Personal Hygiene – Srinivasan Gandhi
156 A comparative Effect of Lecture Method and Multimedia Teaching on Students’ Achievements and their Satisfaction in Selected Nursing Colleges of Bhopal (MP)-Jaya Bijoy-XXV TNAI Biennial Conference, Scientific Paper Presentation during Concurrent Interest Session
157 Anxiety Among Cancer Patients at selected Hospital of Haryana – Poonam Ahlawat, Rathish Nair, A Right Kumara Devi
160 Attitude and training Needs among Health Students towards Tobacco Use – Rajalakshmi, Sugavanaselvi, Jeeva
165 Conference Programme – Tentative, XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
168 List of Committee Members- XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
172 Personality Contest Criteria- XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
173 Registration Form – XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
174 Exhibition Registration Form – XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
175 Competition Registration Form – XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
176 Hindi Matter
178 Independent Nursing Practice Issues – Jasmeen Kaur, Jasvir Kaur
181 OSCE versus Conventional Method for Evaluation of Clinical Performance of Nursing Students of Punjab- Poonam Sharma, Rimple Sharma -XXV TNAI Biennial Conference, Scientific Paper Presentation during Concurrent Interest Session
184 Knowledge assessment of Nurses Regarding Ventilator Thrapy and Prevention of Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia (VAP)- Sara Sherly George -XXV TNAI Biennial Conference, Scientific Paper Presentation during Concurrent Interest Session
186 Effect of Progressive Relaxation Therapy among Orthopaedic Trauma Patients – Sathiya K.
190 Hindi Matter
191 Events of the Month
192 Advertisement Rates
Last Inside Cover/Last Cover – TNAI Publications
CONTENTS
113 Editorial
114 Nomination Sheet: TNAI Meghalaya State Branch
115 Election Result: TNAI Nagaland State Branch
116 Provisional Ballot Paper: TNAI Telangana State Branch
117 Hindi Matter
118 Provisional Ballot Paper: TNAI Andhra Pradesh State Branch
119 Hindi Matter
120 Programme (Tentative) - XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
123 List of Committee Members - XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
127 Registration Form- XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
128 Personality Contest Criteria - XXVI SNA Biennial Conference, Bhilai, Chhattisgarh
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