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Professional and Regulating Body in Nursing

  1. 1. PROFESSIONAL AND REGULATING BODY Presented By:- Mr. Swastik Mulay ( Final Year Basic B.sc Nursing)
  2. 2. Definition of Regulatory Body:- “ A Regulatory body is a public authority or government agency responsible for excercising autonomous authority over some areas of human activity in a regulatory or supervising capacity.” OR “ Regulatory body is the formal organization designated by a statute or an authorized government agency to implement the regulatory forms and process whereby order, consistency and control are brought to the profession and its practice.”
  3. 3. Vital Role Of Regulatory Body:-  To ensure the public’s light to quality health care service.  To support and assist professional members.  Set and enforce standards of nursing practice.  Monitor and enforce standards for nursing education.  Monitor and enforce standards of nursing practice.  Set the requirements for registration of nursing professionals.
  4. 4. Major Types Of Regulating Bodies:-  International Council For Nurses.  Indian Nursing Council.  State Nursing Council.  Trained Nurses Association of India  Student Nursing Association.  Maharashtra University Of Health Sciences.  National League For Nursing.
  5. 5. International Council For Nurses:-  The International council of nurses, founded in 1899 by Mrs.Bedford Fenwick, is a federation of non- political and self- governing national nurses association. The head quarters are in Geneva, Switzerland.  The main purpose of the ICN is to provide a mean through which the national associations can share their interest in the promotion of health and care of the sick.
  6. 6. Cont…  World’s first largest international organization for health.  Represents 16 million international nurses.  130 national nurses organization.
  7. 7. Objectives Of ICN:- SOUND HEALTH POLICIES ADVANCEMENT OF NURSING KNOWLEDGE COMPETENT & SATISFIED WORKFORCE
  8. 8. Functions Of ICN:-  To promote the development of strong national nurses associations.  To assist national nurses association to improve the standards of nursing and the competencies of nurses.  To assist national nurses associations to improve the status of nurses within their countries.  To serve as the authoritative voice for nurse and nursing internationally.
  9. 9. Indian Nursing Council:-  The Indian Nursing Council was authorized by the Indian Nursing Act of 1947.  It was established in 1949 to providing uniform standards in nursing education and reciprocity in nursing registration through out the country.  Nurses registered in one stat were not necessarily recognized for registration in another state before this time.
  10. 10. Cont… AIM – To establish a uniform standard of training for nurses midwives and health visitors.  INC is a regulatory body for nurses and nursing education in India.  It is an autonomous body under the Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Affairs.
  11. 11. Purposes Of INC:- UNIFORM STANDARDS OF EDUCATION NURSES REGISTRATION REGISTRATION OF FOREIGN NURSES INDIAN NURSING REGISTER
  12. 12. Functions of INC:-  It provide uniform standards of in nursing education and reciprocity in nursing registration.  It has authority to prescribe curriculum for nursing education in all states.  It has authority to recognize programme for nursing education or to refuse recognition of a programme if it did not meet the standards required by the council.
  13. 13. Cont…  To provide the Registration of foreign nurses and for the maintenance of the Indian Nurses Register.  The INC authorizes State Nurses Registration Council and Examining Board to issue qualifying certificates.
  14. 14. Trained Nurses Association Of India:-  Formed in 1908 at Delhi, India.  It is a National body of practitioners of nursing at various levels.  It is a professional association of nurses.
  15. 15. Cont…  The level of organization moves to the district, state and national levels.  Members of TNAI are usually most active on the level of the local unit.  Activities and conference however are planned regularly by the state branches and provide opportunities for valuable professional participation and development of the individual member.
  16. 16. AIMS Of TNAI:- UPGRADING, DEVELOPMENT AND STANDARDIZATIO N OF NURSING EDUCATION IMPROVEMENT OF LIVING AND WORKING CONDITIONS OF NURSES IN INDIA REGISTRATION FOR QUALIFIED NURSES
  17. 17. Functions Of TNAI:-  Up grading development and standardization of nursing education.  Improvement of living and working condition for nurses in India.  Registration for qualified nurses.  It has promoted the development of courses in higher education for nurses.  It gives scholarships for nurses who wish to go on for advanced study.  Helped to organize the state nurse and midwives Registration Council.
  18. 18. Cont…  Helps to develop leadership ability.  Helps to share and solve professional problems.  Helped to remove discrimination against male nurses.  Helped to improve economic conditions for nurses.  The official organ of TNAI is the Nursing journal of India which is published monthly.
  19. 19. Student Nursing Association:-  Student nurses Association was established in 1929 at the annual conference of Trained Nurses Association Of India.
  20. 20. ORGANISATION OF MEETINGS AND CONFERENCES MAINTENANCE OF SNA DIARY SOCIO CULTURAL AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES PROFESSIONL ACTIVITY EXHIBITION FUND RAISING PUBLIC SPEAKING AND WRITING
  21. 21. Objectives Of SNA:-  To uphold the dignity and ideals of the profession.  Promote a corporative spirit.  Furnish nurses.  Encourage leadership ability.  Increase the students social contacts & knowledge.  Provide a special section.
  22. 22. Committees Of SNA:- Committees of SNA are- 1. Hostel committees. 2. Mess committees. 3. Counseling committees. 4. Health committees. 5. Culture committees. 6. Recreation and sport committees. 7. Gardening committees.
  23. 23. Maharashtra University Of health Science:-  Maharashtra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) is located in Nashik District, Maharashtra, India.  The university was established on 3 June 1998 by the state Government of Maharashtra through an ordinance.  The State Legislature passed Maharashtra University of Health Sciences Act 1999 and received the assent of the Governor, in the Maharashtra Government Gazette on 21 January 1999.
  24. 24. Cont…  The University was declared open by the Governor of Maharashtra on June 10, 1998 and all colleges and institutions imparting education in health science in the state of Maharashtra have been affiliated to this new university.
  25. 25. Functions Of MUHS:-  To make provision to enable conducted and affi1iated colleges and recognized institutions to undertake specialized studies.  To establish, maintain and manage University departments, laboratories, libraries, museums and equipments for leaching or research.  To organize maintain and manage colleges institutions, hostels, he , centres, auditoria and gymnasiums.
  26. 26. Cont…  To create posts of directors, principals, teachers and non teaching staffs in the colleges or institutions.  To control and regulate admission of students for various courses or study in University departments, conducted and affiliated college, institutions.  To monitor and evaluate the academic performance of affiliated colleges.  To provide for periodical assessment of the performance of teachers and non-teaching employees of the colleges.

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