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Kailash Institute of Health & Medical Sciences (K.I.H.M.S.) College of Nursing, Vill-Chandikotla, Distt- Panchkula, Haryana under the management of Shiva Educational Society for Health & Medical Activities (SESHMA) is one of the most prestigious colleges in this region. It was started in 2002 and 12 batches of GNM and 13 batches of ANM and 4 batches of Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing and 3 batches of Basic B.Sc. Nursing have passed out with 100% success.

The institute, now upgraded to the level of college of nursing, has been affiliated with the Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak. This college is situated in a calm, peaceful and scenic location with ample of fresh air. This college has a magnificent building with spacious classrooms, well equipped laboratories, computer lab etc. as per INC norms. Before exposure to the real situations in hospitals, student nurses are imparted practical training in the labs and demonstration rooms. The Clinical Training of students is conducted in Govt. Hospitals and reputed Pvt. Hospitals. Community health training is provided in both Urban and Rural areas.

The college provides decent Hostel accommodation to the student nurse with good hygienic facilities, pure drinking water, well lit airy rooms and spacious mess. There is provision for indoor as well as outdoor games. These are also many recreational facilities provided. The library is enriched with ample number of books, reference books, magazines, journals etc. covering all aspects of Nursing Education per se to facilitate comprehensive study in nursing. The college also has a good strength of experienced faculty and staff. The management constantly maintains a hospitable and comfortable stay for the students. The management and the faculty take extra care in developing overall personality of the students and achieving high ethical value both at the Institute as well as at the Hostel.Study tours are conducted to provide wide exposure to the students. Efforts are being made to get this college affiliated with the leading Hospitals in India as well as other countries for better placements of our trained nursing candidates. This Institute is approved by Haryana Govt., recognized by Indian Nursing Council and is affiliated with Director Medical Education and Research Haryana and Haryana Nurses and Nurse Midwives Council. The College of Nursing is affiliated with the Pt. B.D. Sharma University of Health Sciences, Rohtak and recognized by the INC.

SCOPE OF NURSING IN CANADA

Nursing is a profession which can never go out of trend because the demand for nurses in various countries is unendingly high. Canada is facing a growing nursing shortage, largely due to an aging workforce thus creating more chances of job availability in the coming years. A report from the Conference Board of Canada notes that the required number of nurses will increase more than double from 64,000 to 142,000 over the next ten years. Currently, there are over 1.4 million seniors in Canada in need of continuing support, and it is estimated that these numbers will increase by 71% in 2026. Seniors account for approximately ⅓ of the population, and the country is looking for assistance to keep up with the demand required to maintain their health, which widely relies on nurses and health aide professionals to fill this role.

Nursing as a part of the healthcare sector is an option growing in leaps. The growth rate for enrolment in Nursing programs in Canada is notable as there is a huge number of unattended population in the country which needs healthcare services. However, it is also worth noting that end number of factors affect the projected growth which include population, location and economic conditions to name a few.

CANADA FOR NURSES

After digging deep into the increasing demand for nurses and its causes, let's find out how you can relocate for a safe and sound career as a

When one decides to be a nurse in Canada, a lot of options can pop up, creating unwanted confusion. So, in order to avoid the go-to temporary fix ups, you must choose the most reliable and safe option of studying and working in Canada.

The country widely accepted internationally educated nurses as being a multi-cultural country, versatility becomes their forte. Also, if you are a registered nurse in your country, it serves to be an added advantage that lets you explore working opportunities in your field of choice.

Considering the other relevant factors off sustaining a livelihood in Canada, it is important to know that the country is one of the friendliest immigration destinations in the world. Mentioned below are a few important things you must know about moving to Canada as a nurse:

1. The country has a minimal record of violence against immigrants so safety concerns take a back seat.
2. Since skill and experience take the first rank in Canada, people who are widely experienced in their field of expertise can easily find booming opportunities in the country.
3. Every province has its own different set of requirements so you must check for yourself before generalizing it. It is important to match the criteria of educational background, minimum qualification for eligibility and the authorized professional designations in order to start working in the province of your choice.
4. Once you have matched the eligibility criteria, it will be followed by an assessment from the nursing regulatory body of the respective province of your choice.
5. One of the most important factors which must dominate your decision of moving to Canada as a nurse is the noteworthy difference of wages. An estimated average salary for a registered nurse is CAD 65,000 p.a. which if compared to the developing nations is seemingly high.

CAREER PROSPECTS FOR NURSES IN CANADA

As the country's largest group of health-care providers, nurses lead the way in innovating and optimizing health-care for all Canadians. A career in nursing means being able to choose from a wide range of practice settings, from working with clients in the hospital to educating Canada's future health-care leaders. Professional development and continued competence are also highly valued in nursing, making it an evolving and exciting field to be in. This is an excellent time to enter nursing, as there are so many different and exciting career opportunities. Every Canadian at some point will require the services of a nurse. Nurses work with people at all stages of life and in all phases of health, illness, injury and disability.

Nursing offers a broad range of career paths to suit a variety of aspirations and goals. Nurses practise in five major domains: administration, clinical care, education, policy and research.

Administration

Nurse administrators coordinate nursing services, supervise staff, develop policies, and prepare and manage budgets.

Clinical care

Clinical care nurses provide health-care services to individuals, families and communities to help them achieve their optimal level of health. They coordinate health care and support clients in self-care.

Education

All nurses are teachers by helping people learn to optimize health throughout their lives. A nurse may also choose to be a nurse educator, supporting nurses as they care for clients or helping future nurses enter the profession or advance their career.

Policy

Nurses working in policy provide advice on health-care issues to all levels of government and to stakeholders in all health settings. They monitor, advocate and critique health-care trends and issues as well as provide recommendations for improvement.

Research

Nurse researchers review health-care evidence, ask questions, test hypotheses, highlight implications and make recommendations.

POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN NURSING WITH COOP

Kailash Institute of Health & Medical Sciences, College of Nursing, has recently signed an MoU through its sister concern Rudra Overseas Placement Private Limited based in Canada with Sprott Shaw College to provide nursing students an opportunity to continue studying in Canada and create apathy to become a Global Nurse.

This program provides specific training for internationally educated nurses in how to adapt to Canadian best practices in nursing. This program prepares internationally trained nurses for roles within the Canadian health care system. Students will develop critical thinking skills used in nursing and will develop cultural awareness and administration skills that are an important part of nursing in Canada.

During the program students will work on test taking strategies and nursing topics that are essential in preparation for the Nursing Community Assessment Service (NCAS), which is a pre-requisite to write the NCLEX RN (Canadian National Nursing Exam). NCAS provides a three-part assessment for internationally-educated health practitioners (IEPs) — including health care aides, licensed practical nurses, registered nurses, and psychiatric nurses — who hope to practice in British Columbia.

NCAS offers a consistent approach for evaluating the extent to which an IEP's competencies are substantially equivalent to those of a Canadian health professional entering practice. The NCAS assessment process is a mandatory registration requirement for some regulatory organizations. NCAS is the only competency assessment service that allows an applicant to have their skills and competencies assessed for two different health care roles at once. Thus, a registered nurse can be assessed for competency as a licensed practical nurse, and a licensed practical nurse can be assessed for competency as a health care aide.

The advantage of this approach is that applicants who may not be able to demonstrate all the requisite competencies to enter the workforce in the role they prefer, might be able to work as a different kind of healthcare worker if they can demonstrate the competencies for that other role . That means that IEPs can enter the workforce faster, and simultaneously pursue the upgrading or education required to gain competencies for their preferred role.Success on this exam requires more than just reviewing content tested on the exam. It also entails knowing how to effectively make nursing judgments. Some internationally trained nurses try to write the exam on their own, but many have failed. Even though these nurses are qualified health care professionals in their own country, their struggle is usually due to the language/comprehension barrier, the difference in nursing standards and difficulty in cultural adaptation. Sprott Shaw College's Post Graduate Certificate Program in Administration & Nursing Practice teaches the specific occupational language and cultural skills necessary to work effectively as a nurse in Canada and to apply this knowledge to the National Council Licensure Exam.

Students should be prepared to attend classes 32 hours per week and then do additional study hours of 20-30 hours per week. Student success on the exam is determined by the amount of time students put into practicing their English, reviewing the Canadian Nursing system and practicing NCLEX sample exam questions. In order to work as an RN in Canada, Internationally Educated Nurses (IENs) must complete a 4 stage application process:

Stage 1:

Apply to National Nursing Assessment Service (NNAS Website: http://www.nnas.ca/) : This application is required for verification of credentials and initial assessment of qualifications. The outcome of this assessment will determine if further training is required including recommendation to take an English fluency test.

Stage 2:

After receiving report from NNAS, may apply to College of Nurses in Canada of their choice such as CRNBC (British Columbia), CARNA (Alberta), SRNA (Saskatchewan), CRNM (Manitoba), CRNO (Ontario) etc. The licensing body will review NNAS report submitted and will confirm eligibility to write exam or if further training is required. English proficiency test is a requirement either IELTS, CELBAN or equivalent.

Stage 3:

Complete NCAS (Nursing Community Assessment Service) to determine if IEPs are ready meet entry to practice competencies safely, ethically and competently in Canada. This is made up of 3 assessments: computer –based assessment; simulation lab assessment and oral assessment; these three are necessary in order to complete the assessment process.

Stage 4:

Assessed registration requirements (supplementary education and NCLEX-RN): IEN's will receive an assessment letter outlining registration requirements which will be related to required coursework that must be completed and successful completion of NCLEX. For more information on the registration requirements and application process visit the different Canadian nursing licensing body websites i.e. www.crnbc.ca.For more information on the registration requirements and application process visit CRNBC's website www.crnbc.ca.

Upon completion of the 45 week theoretical portions of the program students will be eligible for a paid 36 week co-op within a healthcare setting. The purpose of the co-op is to give students an opportunity to use effective communication skills within the healthcare environment and to gain a better understanding of how members of the healthcare team work together within the healthcare system.

Graduates of the Sprott Shaw College Post Graduate Certificate in Nursing Administration & Practice Program are prepared to demonstrate the following entry-level competencies:

1. Maintain Professional Responsibility and Accountability by demonstrating professional conduct in collaboration with the Health Care team in the provision of the safe application of knowledge, skills, ethical care and compassion of the patient/community. Understands the role of self-regulation as a necessity in public protection by applying knowledge of its requirements.

2. Competent application of nursing knowledge for the purpose of the NCAS, as well as to create and maintain therapeutic, caring and culturally safe relationships with clients and the health care team in the future.

3. Demonstrates an understanding of Client-focused Provision of Service by working within the structure of the Health Care system in collaboration with diverse members within the Health Care team in the best interest of the client, using the concept of public protection to guide practice.

4. Understands Ethical Practice with competence in professional judgment and practice decisions guided by the codes of ethics for registered nurses. Uses critical inquiry in the decision making process, and maintains therapeutic, caring and culturally safe relationships with clients and then health care team.

SCOPE OF NURSING IN INDIA

A Nurse is one who opens the eyes of a newborn & gently closes the eyes of a dying man. It is indeed a high blessing to be first & last to witness the beginning & end of life.

Nursing as a profession can offer a meaningful career, filled with many opportunities, challenges, and rewards. “Nursing is the medical profession for administration and taking care of the patient with the help of health care science”. What can one say about one of the noblest professions there is. Nursing is one of the strongest pillars that the medicine profession stands on. The career opportunities in nursing are very high not only in India but also abroad. With more and more nursing colleges opening up each day, it is a sign of the requirement of skilled and qualified people required for the service. Undoubtedly, the career is not for everyone as it asks for a lot of patience and hard work. There is still a great deal of demand for skilled nurses in the field of Medicine. The world is far away from reaching its brink when we talk of qualified and skilled nurses. The one and the best part of this field is that nurses never remain unemployed. They easily get the job in health care organizations and hospital. This is the field where you may get the government job easily.

At present, the nursing homes and private hospitals are mushrooming across the country. By the growing numbers of health care centers the nursing professional are not sufficient in numbers. Every year the government hires 22000 nurses in India and even after that we are lacking with 4 lakh nurses

The nursing field from medicine has also made its way to the corporate sector which further increases the need of skilled people in the stream. Early on in the profession one can start earning a monthly salary of Rs.7000 to Rs. 15,000 per month. Mid-level professionals earn anywhere in between Rs.18, 000 to Rs.35, 000 per month. On gaining experience in this field one can expect somewhere around Rs.48, 000 to Rs. 72,000 per month. Now, for many good reasons, nursing as a profession has grown and the demand for nurses in India is set to continue. While once there was very little choice in choosing any specialization, there is now a plethora of career opportunities.

After the completion of degree, one may get the respectful position and good platform to boost career in nursing care. One would have to dispense medication, keep complete records of each patient's progress, set up and operate medical equipment along with administration and routine duties. As one gain seniority, she/he would need to manage people functioning in areas like the psychiatric, pediatric and intensive care units. Part of his/her job as a nurse would include health education to individuals, families and other groups. Also, one would need to instruct on nutrition, child care as well as disease prevention. Nursing is multi-faceted. He/she can become an educator, researcher or practitioner. In each, one has another set of choices available like geriatrics, women, children and accident survivor care.

The top job profiles in the field of nursing are as the following:

Staff Nurse

Assistant Nursing Superintendent

Department Supervisor

Deputy Nursing Superintendent

Nursing Supervisor or Ward Sister

Director of Nursing

Nursing Superintendent

Teacher of Nursing

Community Health Nurse (CHN)

Military Nurse

Industrial Nurse

Nursing Service Administrators

Employment Area

The employment areas where nurses can work are as the following:

Government run hospitals

Super specialty hospital

Nursing homes

Orphanages

Old age homes

Private clinics

Embassies

Health Department

Schools

Industries

Sanatoriums

Armed Forces

Indian Red Cross Society

Indian Nursing Council

State Nursing Council

Educational institutions

Contemporary challenges in nursing have been shaped by revolutionary transformations in technology, complexities derived through changing lifestyles, increased migration to urban slums, changes in weather and the environment, newer more resistant disease vectors, burgeoning population densities and consequent strain on resources. Nursing professionals play a vital role in all aspects of healthcare, be it nation-wide health campaigns such as polio eradication, mid-wife services and community education or serving the patients at an ill-equipped healthcare facility in rural India. With commitment and care, they have established themselves as the backbone of the healthcare system and their contribution is critical in achieving the healthcare goals of a nation. Nursing is a rewarding career that offers a bright and satisfying future to those who seek to work with people and live by a moral sense of service. For a long time, nursing was considered to be a dead-end job.

Today, its scope has widened not only in clinical care, but also in administrative and teaching positions. Nurses can work for international volunteering organizations such as the Red Cross Society, Nursing Councils or choose among PHCs (primary health centres) and MCHs (maternal and child health services).

“People will forget what you sad, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel”.

BENEFITS OF NURSING

Benefits & Losses exist in every career. Being a nurse is no exception. There are pluses and minuses to be a nurse. Being a nurse is a very rewarding career. The advantages outweigh the disadvantages. Nurses are in huge demand all over the world, especially as our population continues to age and grow.

While it is by no means an easy career to undertake, yet it is absolutely a rewarding one.

Here's a look at the benefits about being a nurse today.

Job Security is high

According to a report 257,200 Indian nurses were employed in foreign cities, up from 191,100 in 2001. And while that might seem like a staggering amount of competition when it comes to vying for the same jobs, the reality is our country will always be crying out for more nurses. This is especially true considering our ageing population.

Wonderful Patient Relationships

Nurses are renowned for forming far closer bonds with patients than physicians – mostly due to the fact they spend a lot more one on one time with the patient than the Doctor does. These bonds are often everlasting and remain strongly in place long after the care has been completed. In such traumatic situations it can be easy to form a strong and enduring bond with someone so instrumental in saving your life or helping you recover from an illness or injury. Nurses are the most compassionate people you will meet so nurturing these relationships is absolutely a career highlight.

Camaraderie and Support

Of the many benefits of becoming a nurse, one of the most meaningful is the relationships that you will build with your co-workers and colleagues. Nurses and other clinicians have to band together, especially during intense times where a patient's life may be on the line. And, in addition to bonding with your fellow nurses and doctors, many nurses also find that they create strong bonds with their patients and families throughout the care process.

A Rewarding Career Awaits

Could there be any more of a rewarding career than being charged with keeping someone alive? When a nurse goes to work each day it is with the implicit knowledge they will help save a life or make the passing on from a life as gently and dignified as possible. Ultimately, humanity is at the heart of everything a nurse does, and there can be no more rewarding career than that.

Transferrable Life Skills

The skills you learn in your profession as a nurse also translate well into everyday life. Nurses are excellently equipped to cope with a range of stressful situations and all manner of sicknesses – not to mention people skills, with the many walks of life they will come into contact with on any given day. You'll also never meet a better listener than a nurse – it is all part of their daily role to play the part of an excellent communicator with patients and families, as well as being empathetic. Finally, if an emergency arises – perhaps on a plane, your son's soccer match or even while you are doing your weekly grocery shop – a nurse carries with her the on the job knowledge which daily saves lives.

You Command Respect

The centuries old profession of nursing will always be considered noble. Viewed as an upstanding member of the community people are in awe at a nurse's ability to be empathetic, compassionate, and intelligent and a quick thinker. There are not so many roles which require so much of someone as a nurse, and the community will always admire someone who gives so selflessly of themselves to ensure another's wellbeing. It's also important to note nurses give as much respect as they command. Not only do they value rules and order, but they are the discreet and revere different cultures and traditions.

Flexible work arrangements

Nurses in hospitals work on a shift rotation, something which can provide flexibility. Skipping the mundane 9-5 corporate treadmill can equate to time off during the day to run errands, schedule in appointments or spend time with family and friends. As well, nurses in the public sector in Queensland enjoy such benefits as paid annual leave (with loading), paid parental leave as well as the ability to take up to 12 months off for career advancement study. This flexibility is undoubtedly a bonus to those thinking about this as a career.

Remuneration

Ask any nurse and they will assure you this isn't a career all about money – it's far more about caring and people and making a huge difference in their lives when they most need it. But, thankfully, this is a sector which is compensated well.

Career advancement

There are ample avenues to explore when it comes to career advancement as a nurse. Starting out as a Registered Nurse (after you have graduated and obtained your nursing license), you will be able to explore many options if you'd like to specialize. Some of these include:

Pediatric Nurse, Aged Care Nurse, Neonatal Nurse, Midwife

Yes, you will be required to obtain the necessary skills in order to do one of these specialist roles, but it always heartening to know there is room for career progression if that is what you seek.

Inspiration

There is no career more inspiring than nursing. You are privy to amazing miracles and feats of human nature which will live with you forever. Or you get to see people who have been hurt in the most traumatic way rise up and defeat the odds. These everyday people will bless you will an abundance of heart-warming moments which will last you a lifetime.