MIBE Graduate School for Nurses, Indore
Sanyogitaganj, Chhawani, Indore, Madhya Pradesh – 452 001The MIBE Graduate School of Nurses (of Nurses league of CMAI) invites those who have completed GNM (General Nursing & Midwifery) to join the Post Basic BSc (N) course at the MIBE Graduate School for Nurses, Christian Hospital Campus, Sanyogita Ganj, Chhawani, Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The college is recognized by the Indian Nursing Council, Madhya Pradesh Nurses & Midwives Registration Council, Bhopal and affiliated to the Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore.
The Hospital Disaster Preparedness & Response Plan (HDPP) document presented here is the outcome of Emmanuel Hospital Association's (EHA) own experiences of various disasters affecting its hospitals. The modules are developed to mitigate risks, reduce vulnerabilities & raise the level of resilience and effective response capabilities through pro-active participatory planning, training & capacity building.
Emergency Response Framework (ERF) is developed to help and guide for conducting all-hazards emergency disaster response. This framework has adopted best practices drawn from various experiences and explains the common discipline and system that have been exercised and matured over various emergency response experiences by Disaster Management & Mitigation Unit (DMMU) and learning from other emergency relief organizations.
Though many of these standards have been in effect for many years in EHA, they have now been compiled with additional templates and forms based on our experiences and prevalent best practices.
Bioethics position paper writing workshop was held in Mussoorie from the 23rd to the 25th of May 2012. The topics under consideration were beginning of life issues and end of life issues. Rev. Dr. Santhosh Sahayadoss laid the Biblical foundation of beginning of life and procreation, children as God’s gift; principles in using Reproductive technologies; Sanctity of life and Dignity of humans. Dr. Jameela George spoke on Ethical systems, Moral status of embryos; Euthanasia, Life prolonging technologies and Advance directives. The discussions were facilitated by Dr. Mathew Santosh Thomas and Rev. Prakash George. There were 12 participants of whom 3 were theologians and the others, medical professionals.