Mangaluru: Valedictory of ICMR-funded clinical training on ‘Management of Biomedical Waste’ held

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Mangaluru, Feb 5: Nitte Usha Institute of Nursing Sciences in collaboration with Justice KS Hegde Charitable Hospital organized the valedictory programme of the ICMR-funded Clinical Training on ‘Management of Biomedical Waste’ on January 29.

Cleeta Pinto, principal - School of Nursing welcomed the gathering. Dr Suchithra B S, organizing secretary of the Clinical Training programme presented a brief report.

The chief guest Prof Dr Harsha Halahalli, registrar, Nitte University emphasized the importance of the management of biomedical waste and its practice in a hospital setting. Dr Fatima D'Silva, principal, College of Nursing delivered the presidential address and appreciated the efforts of all the resource person. The resource person Sabitha Bulla Pinto shared her experience about the training programme. Latha, head, department of medical surgical nursing proposed the vote of thanks.

KNC observer Jyothi, assistant professor, Yenepoya Nursing College; Col Jackline Elizabeth, nursing superintendent and Dr G Sriniketan, director, technical research, Nitte DU were present on the occasion. The training programme benefitted a total of 300 staff nurses.

The programme was compered by Reeta Priya D'Costa.




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