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Get skill ready to take on the future.

Knowledge is power, and experience – your tool to use that power well.

There is never a dearth of opportunities, all you have to do is be proactive and get your skills ready in the field of your choice. Improve your skill sets to match the needs in health sector.

We are offering the following IGNOU Courses from Ramesh Hospitals – Guntur under the guidance of able faculty and with a scope of vast experience.


Diploma in Nursing Administration (DNA)

Diploma in Nursing Administration is a one-year Continuing Education programme of 28 credits (Theory 16 credits, Practical 12 credits) for in-service nurses. This programme has been developed for nurses working in hospitals or community or educational institutions. This programme will help to upgrade the administrative knowledge and skills of the in-service nurses to enhance their administrative competence.

Eligibility:

Nurses with B.Sc or Post Basic Degree or GNM Diploma and Registered as RNRM with 2 years of working experience. (For male nurses or nurses who have not done midwifery in the GNM programme should have a certificate in any of the nursing course of 6-9 months duration prescribed by the Indian Nursing Council in lieu of midwifery).

Minimum Duration: 1 Year

Maximum Duration: 3 Years

Course Fee: Rs. 9,000

Minimum Age: No bar

Maximum Age: No bar

Objectives:

The broad objectives of this program are to:

Strengthen the knowledge of administrative concepts and their application in improving nursing services; develop an understanding of recent trends in health care system and nursing.

Participate co-operatively with an individual and groups for improvements of nursing service.

Develop skills in maintaining administrative competence with effective supervision to provide quality nursing care.


Diploma in Critical Care Nursing (DCCN)

 The Diploma in Critical Care Nursing is a one year program comprising 32 credits (12 credits in theory and 20 credits in practical). The Program aims at enabling nursing professionals (RN and RNRM) to develop and apply advanced nursing care knowledge and skills for providing comprehensive nursing care to critically ill patients in intensive care settings.

Eligibility:

In-service Nursing professionals- GNM/BSc /MSc

Minimum Duration: 1 Year

Maximum Duration: 3 Years

Course Fee: Rs. 5,000

Minimum Age: No bar

Maximum Age: No bar

Objectives:

Develop and apply advanced Nursing care knowledge in Critical Care settings.

Acquire proficiency in applying advanced skills in Caring Critically ill patients.

Function as Critical Care Nurse Specialist and Practitioner.

Educate Nursing Professionals in Critical Care Nursing.


Certificate in Health Care Waste Management (CHCWM)

 The concern for bio-medical waste management has been felt globally with the rise in deadly infections such as AIDS, Hepatitis-B and indiscriminate disposal of health care waste. The United Nations through UN Basel Convention on the control of transboundary movements of hazardous wastes and their disposal has classified health care waste as the most hazardous waste, after radioactive waste.

The main bottleneck to a sound health care waste management program is lack of training and appropriate skills, insufficient resource allocation and lack of adequate equipments. Thus the need to educate different health care professionals/workers, NGOs and other stake holders was identified as a priority. To cater to the needs of these health care professionals, IGNOU and WHO, SEARO decided to develop and launch a Certificate Program in Health Care Waste Management in the South-East Asia Region Countries. This program launched in January 2006 is a 14 credit, six-month certificate program, through open and distance learning.

Besides India, this program is on offer in Bangladesh Nepal and Mongolia. The program has been translated in Hindi, Bhasha and Mongolina language. Some of the other SEA Countries may also offer it in near future.

Eligibility:

Doctors, Nurses, Paramedics, Health Managers and other professional workers with a minimum of 10 + 2 Qualification

Minimum Duration: 6 Months

Maximum Duration: 2 Years

Course Fee: Rs. 3,000

Minimum Age: No bar

Maximum Age: No bar

Objectives:

Sensitize the learners about health care waste and its impact on health and environment.

Acquaint the learner group to existing legislation, knowledge and practices regarding health care waste Management practices in South East Asia Region countries.

Impart knowledge on the systems and technologies in health care waste management and their practical aspects.

Equip the learner with skills to manage health care waste effectively and safely.


Certificate in Newborn & Infant Nursing (CNIN)

Eligibility:

Nursing professionals (RNRM) with Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) /BSc Nursing or above.

Minimum Duration: 6 Months

Maximum Duration: 2 Years

Course Fee: Rs. 5,500

Minimum Age: No bar

Maximum Age: No bar


Certificate in Maternal and Child Health Nursing (CMCHN)

Eligibility:

Nursing Professionals (RNRM) with Diploma in General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM) and above OR Auxilary Nurse Midwife (ANM)/Female Health Worker (FHW)/Health Supervisor (HS)/Lady Health Visitor(LHV)/Public Health Nurse(PHN)

Minimum Duration: 6 Months

Maximum Duration: 2 Years

Course Fee: Rs. 5,500

Minimum Age: No bar

Maximum Age: No bar


Certificate in Home Based Health Care (CHBHC)

Certificate Program for home based care providers is a 6 months program of 14 credits (Theory 4 credits, practicals 10 credits) for 10th passed students.  This program has been developed to prepare a work force in the country with the skills required to look after elderly and people suffering from chronic progressive illnesses.

Eligibility:

10th Pass

Minimum Duration: 6 Months

Maximum Duration: 2 Years

Course Fee: Rs. 2,000

Minimum Age: No bar

Maximum Age: No bar

Objectives:

To prepare a work force in the country with the skills required to look after elderly and people suffering from chronic progressive illnesses (sickness).

To provide care to people at home setting after discharge from tertiary care.

To help the family members and patients to cope with the stress of care to their long term ailing relatives.

To provide quality of life for the patient and the family members.