THE TRAINED NURSES' ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (TNAI)

ESTD.IN 1908

Registered under the Societies Act XXI of 1860 in 1917. WWW.TNAIONLINE.ORG

Incorporated in it : Student Nurses' Association, Health Visitors League and Midwives and Auxilliary Nurse-Midwives' Association Affiliated to : Commonwealth Nurses' Federation

Inauguration of Daksh, National Skill Lab at Greater Noida

 

National Skills Lab Inaugurated TNAI, Greater Noida

 

TNAI’s National Skills Lab was formally inaugurated at the Greater Noida premises on 15 July 2016 by Dr. Dinesh Baswal, Deputy Commissioner, Maternal Health (in Ministry of  Health  & Family Welfare-MoHFW) in the presence of 27 Executive Committee members of TNAI from Sixteen States/UTs of the country.  Dr. Ritu Agarwal, Technical Advisor, LSTM(Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine) project, Dr. Amrita Kansal from World Health Organisation(WHO), Dr. G V  Rashmi Aradgya from Laerdal Global Health, Mrs. Rathi Balachandran, ADG (Nursing) in MoHFW, Principals of various Nursing Schools and Colleges, guests and colleagues attended the function.

 

The National Skills Labs seek to provide a platform fir augmenting the Skills of Health personnel involved in the delivery of RMNCH+A services across public health institutions in the country.  After setting up of tripartite [LSTM, TNAI and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW)], The National Skills Lab at TNAI, Greater Noida(UP) was established in 2014.  Its objectives are: Improving the maternal and newborn health services in the country; Enhancing competencies of the health care providers under RMNCH+A services in the Public Institutions; Reducing the MMR and the IMR in India; Facilitating acquisition/reinforcement of standardized technical skills and knowledge of service providers for RMNCH+A services; Improving the quality of pre-service training and; Providing Continuing Nursing Education/Continuing Medical Education.  The MoU between TNAI and MoHFW was signed in June 2016.  So far the National Skills Lab(Daksh), TNAI, Greater Noida has conducted ten training covering 107 participants from ten states.

 

 

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