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Continuing Nursing Education

Empowering Nursing Excellence through Continuing Nursing Education (CNE programs) in partnership with the Institute of Education and Research (

International Journal of Nursing Education (IJONE) is committed to excellence in nursing research and practical applications of digital and informatics. At the forefront of nurturing healthcare professionals, IJONE takes pride in its commitment to fortify the nursing fraternity through cutting-edge continuing education programs. In partnership with the Institute of Education and Research (IEAR), a non-profit organization focused on healthcare education, IJONE delivers these courses. Our focus on Nursing Informatics, Statistical Methods,Research Methods, and Article Writing, strong communication, patient care, and advocacy serves as a cornerstone for elevating nursing practice to new heights.

Recordings of past programs can be found here

Our programs are specially focussed on-

  1. Nursing Informatics: Our programs in Nursing Informatics equips nurses with the latest technological advancements, ensuring they seamlessly integrate information technology into patient care. Bridging the gap between healthcare and technology, nurses emerge adept at leveraging data for improved patient outcomes.
  2. Statistical Methods:Understanding the significance of data-driven decision-making, our Statistical Methods course empowers nurses to navigate and interpret complex healthcare data. From basic statistical concepts to advanced analytics, participants gain proficiency in deriving valuable insights to enhance patient care strategies.
  3. Research Methods:The essence of evidence-based practice lies in robust research methodologies. Our program in Research Methods empowers nurses to design, conduct, and critically appraise research. By fostering a culture of inquiry, we enable nurses to contribute actively to advancements in healthcare knowledge.
  4. Article Writing:Effective communication is paramount in disseminating healthcare knowledge.Our Article Writing course hones the skills of nurses in articulating their research findings, insights, and experiences. From crafting compelling narratives to navigating the publication process,participants emerge as proficient contributors to scholarly dialogue.

We are also planning to launch courses in communication, patient advocacy and care for nurses.Strong communication, advocacy, and patient care skills are paramount for nurses, as they play a crucial role in ensuring the well-being of patients and the overall effectiveness of healthcare delivery. Here's an overview of the importance of each skill:

  1. Communication Skills:
    • Patient Understanding: Effective communication enables nurses to understand patient's needs, concerns, and medical histories. This understanding is vital for providing personalized and patient-centered care.
    • Team Collaboration: Nurses work within multidisciplinary teams, and clear communication fosters collaboration with doctors, therapists, and other healthcare professionals. This ensures a coordinated approach to patient care.
  2. Advocacy Skills:
    • Patient Rights: Nurses often serve as advocates for patients, ensuring their rights and preferences are respected. This involves voicing concerns, obtaining necessary information, and safeguarding patient dignity and autonomy.
    • Collaboration with Families: Advocacy extends to working with patient's families,educating them about treatment plans, and addressing their concerns. Nurses serve as a bridge between patients, families, and the healthcare team.
  3. Patient Care Skills:
    • Quality of Care:Effective patient care goes beyond technical skills; it involves compassion, empathy, and attentiveness. Strong patient care skills contribute to the overall quality of healthcare services.
    • Safety and Comfort:Nurses are responsible for maintaining a safe and comfortable environment for patients. This includes administering medications, monitoring vital signs, and promptly addressing any changes in a patient's condition.
  4. Building Trust:
    • Patient Trust:Good communication, advocacy, and patient care contribute to building trust between nurses and patients. When patients trust their healthcare providers, they are more likely to adhere to treatment plans and actively participate in their own care.
    • Professional Relationships:Effective communication and advocacy skills also enhance relationships among healthcare professionals, fostering a positive and collaborative work environment.
  5. Critical Thinking:
    • Problem-solving:Nurses with strong communication and advocacy skills can think critically in high-pressure situations, making quick decisions that are in the best interest of the patient.
    • Patient Education:Communicating complex medical information in a way that patients and their families can understand is an essential part of nursing. This empowers patients to actively engage in their own care.
Past Programs

Enhancing Academic Publishing Through Advanced Data Analysis and Quantitative Methods using SPSS (Ideal for students and researchers exploring quantitative research methods)

Accreditation: Received 1 credit from the Indian Nursing Council

When: March 2024

Attendance: 180+ students and nursing professionals.

Resource Person-Sameer Babu M.

Associate Professor (Educational Administration), Jamia Millia Islamia (India) & Visiting Professor at UNESCO Janusz Korczak Chair for Social Pedagogy, Warsaw, The Maria Grzegorzewska University, Poland

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Topics covered-

  • Basic and Advanced SPSS
  • Planning, analysing and interpreting data analysis
  • Best practices for Academic Publication
  • Live case study using real-life datasets

Feedback about the program from the participants-

  • "I am really very grateful I feel myslf very lucky to come across the mail and getting myslf was a wonderful opportunity for me the sessions on the topics were explained in simple and easy way..I look forward for many more sessions like this and also please notify me regarding workshops in nursing practitioner"
  • "Overall sessions was very effective and knowledgeable. I expect more interactive classes further in future. Thank you"

Nursing Informatics Webinar

Accreditation: Received 2 credits from the Indian Nursing Council

When: October 2023

Attendance: 200+ students and nursing professionals

The focus of the webinar was to help nursing professionals understand how to use latest technologies to improve their quality of work.

  • Role of Digital applications in health informatics.
  • Principles of Health Informatics.
  • Relationship between patient safety and informatics.
  • Clinical Knowledge and Decision Making
  • Public Health informatics and nursing information systems(NIS)
  • Information Law & Governance in Clinical Practice
  • Health care quality and evidence-based practice
  1. Dr R SreevaniProfessor & Principal College of Nursing Dharwad institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences,Dharwad.
  2. Dr. Savitha SVThe Principal, SJM Institute of Nursing Sciences
  3. Dr. Mansi ChoudharyAssociate Professor SAIMS College of Nursing Indore
  4. Ms. Giai Checa MonicaChief Nurse Department of General Medicine at Rivoli Hospital
  5. Mr. Nanda Kumar PaniyadiAssistant Professor and HOD College of Nursing AIIMS, Bhubaneshwar
  6. Dr. S SridevyAssociate Professor, College of Nursing, Mother Teresa Post Graduate and Research Institute of Health Sciences
  7. Raghavendra KambluAdvanced clinical Practitioner, Accident and emergency dept. Newham hospital London. General Practice Kent and Medway Healthcare, Kent London
  8. Dr. RiyazProfessor and HOD Department of Mental Health Nursing, Government College of Nursing, Ernakulam, Kerala
  9. Dr. Kathayini. B.VPrincipal College of Nursing, NIMHANS, Bangalore
  10. Dr Sudha A RaddiAssistant Professor College of Applied Medical Sciences Department of Nursing University of Bisha, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  11. Dr. Sunanda GTAssistant Professor, DIMHANS Belagavi Road, Dharwad, Karnataka

Feedback about the program from the participants-

  • "Found very useful as a student of bsc nursing"
  • All session will be given advanced or new knowledge about nursing role in Nursing profession of an Nurse"

Our Contact Info:
International Journal of Nursing Education
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