Nursing is a diverse and rewarding discipline that combines compassion with sophisticated health technology. It is an art combined with service. Nurses evaluate, diagnose and treat health problems. The use of complicated equipment, rising demand for ambulatory care and home care, an aging population with more complex and long-term needs, and the health needs of the rural population have all led to a steep increase in a demand for nurses with more skills, qualifications, and experience. The academic preparation and expertise you receive from the Shankaracharya Swami Swaroopanand College of Nursing will provide you with the confidence and skills needed to embark on a rewarding career in health care sector.
IMPORTANCE OF NURSING
Health care has been identified a India's number one public priority and nurses play a central role in delivering health care. Nurses Advocate for health promotion, educate patients and the public on the prevention of illness and injury, provide care and assist in cure, participate rehabilitation and provide support. No other health care professional has such a extending and expanding role. Nurses can innovate. Florence Nightingale, who is regarded as the founder of modern nursing, is remembered as "The Lady with the lamp" collected data to prove that the main cause of fatalities in the Crimean War was not enemy fire, but infections attributed to improper sanitation. She was a pioneering satisfaction, probably the first person in historyto use graphs and charts to persuade politicians to act. Today's trained nurses learn to trust their own first-hand observations to generate important research leads on significant topics. Nurses provide ongoing assessment of people's health. Their round-the-clock presence, observation skills and vigilance allow doctors to make better diagnosis and propose better treatment. Many lives have been saved because an attentive nurse picked upon early warning signs of an upcoming crisis like cardiac arrest or respiratory failure.
SCOPE OF NURSING
OPPORTUNITIES IN NURSING
Institutional preparation opens the door to leadership positions in Hospitals and community health settings. Nurses with an institutional degree work in industrialized and developing countries to promote the health of rural and urban populations. They work in rehabilitation, critical care and mental health setting. They work in hospital, in schools, in community clinics and in people's homes. They also work to promote physical, psychosocialand environmental health: locally, nationallyand internationally.