Direct Admission Nursing
Direct admission Nursing course is being approved by Indian nursing council and a state University.It is a combination of taking care of sick people and involves science of health care Nursing is the largest occupation in the health care sector.In India nursing course is generally chosen by women and prefer Direct admission in Nursing. The duties and responsibilities of nurses depend on their qualification and work experience.
Lot of schools and colleges in India provide Direct admission in Nursing in diploma, graduate and post graduate courses in Nursing. The introductory courses of Direct admission in Nursing, familiarize students with the basics of nursing whereas the master degree helps them in specializing in the field of their choice. After completing the course after Direct admission in Nursing, nurses must register with the organization for registration of nurses present in every state.
Different courses of nursing available for Direct admission in Nursing are:
|B.S.C (basic)||4 years||10+2 Class pass with 45% aggregate in PCBE|
|Auxiliary Nurse Midwife/ Health Worker (ANM)||2 Years||10+2 Class pass|
|General Nursing and Midwifery (GNM)||3 and 1/2 Years||10+2 Class pass with 40% marks|
|B.S.C(Post Basic)||2 Years (For Regular) 3 years for Distance||Regular=10+2+GNM Distance=10+GNM +2 yrs Experience|
|M.Sc||2years||Registered Nurse & Registered Midwife of Equivalent with State Nursing Council.|
Career options after Direct admission in B.Sc Nursing include:
- A staff nurse provides direct patient care to one patient or a group of patients. Assists ward management and supervision. Directly responsible to the ward supervisor.
- Ward sister or nursing supervisor, responsible to the nursing superintendent for the nursing care management of a ward or unit. Takes full charge of the ward. Assigns work to nursing and non-nursing personnel working in the ward. Responsible for safety and comfort of patients in the ward. Provides teaching sessions if it is a teaching hospital.
- Department supervisor/assistant nursing superintendent responsible to the nursing superintendent and deputy nursing superintendent for the nursing care and management of more than one ward or unit for example the surgical department or out-patient department.
- Deputy nursing superintendent responsible to the nursing superintendent and assists in the nursing administration of the hospital.
- Nursing superintendent responsible to the medical superintendent for safe and efficient management of hospital nursing services.
- A Director of nursing is responsible for both nursing service and nursing educations within a teaching hospital.
- Community health nurse (CHN) services focus on the reproductive child health programme.
- Teaching in nursing. The functions and responsibilities of the nursing instructor include planning, teaching and supervising the learning experiences for students. Positions in nursing education include clinical instructor, tutor, senior tutor, lecturer, and associate professor, Reader in nursing and professor in nursing.
- Industrial nurses provide first aid, care during illness, health education about industrial hazards and prevention of accidents.
- The Military Nursing service became a part of the Indian Army, and nurses became commissioned officers who earned ranks from lieutenant to major general.
- Nursing service abroad, salaries and professional opportunities have led to increases in nursing service abroad.
- Nursing service administrative positions. At the state level the Deputy Director of Nursing at the state health directorate. The highest administrative position on a national level is the Nursing Advisor to the Govt. of India.
- Nursing Informatics is also a scope for Nurses in India .Indian Nurses uses Information Technology for patient care, for example Digital thermometer to EHR.
Independent Nurse Midwife Practitioner pilot project completed succefully. Four candidates are successfully trained.
Different specialized types of nursing :
|Ambulatory care nursing||Holistic nursing||Occupational health nursing|
|Advanced practice nursing||Home health nursing||Oncology nursing|
|Burn nursing||Hospice and palliative care nursing||Orthopaedic nursing|
|Camp nursing||Hyperbaric nursing||Ostomy nursing|
|Cardiac nursing||Immunology and allergy nursing||Pediatric nursing|
|Cardiac Intervention nursing||Intravenous therapy nursing||Perianesthesia nursing|
|Dental nursing||Infection control nursing||Perioperative nursing|
|Medical case management||Infectious disease nursing||Private duty nursing|
|Community health nursing||Legal nursing||Public health nursing|
|Correctional nursing||Maternal-child nursing||Pulmonary nursing|
|Critical care nursing||Medical-surgical nursing||Quality improvement|
|Emergency nursing||Military and uniformed services nursing||Radiology nursing|
|Environmental health nursing||Neonatal nursing||Rehabilitation nursing|
|Faith community nursing||Neurosurgical nursing||Research nursing|
|Flight nursing||Nephrology nursing||Renal nursing|
|Forensic nursing||Nursing informatics||School nursing|
|Gastroenterology nursing||Nursing management||Space nursing|
|Genetics nursing||Nursing research||Sub-acute nursing|
|Geriatric nursing||Nurse midwifery||Substance abuse nursing|
|Health visiting||Obstetrical nursing||Surgical nursing|
|Telenursing||Travel nursing||Utilization management|
|Telephone triage nursing||Urology nursing||Wound care|