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1 Year Specialized Nursing Courses in Canada

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Nurses! Want to enhance your skills in care planning and nursing diagnosis?!
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Student Testimonial - INSCOL Academy Canada.

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NURSES, A World of Opportunities Awaits You!!!

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Graduates from Enhanced Nursing Practice: Clinical & Critical Care Nursing Program in Canada develop skills in care planning, nursing diagnosis, critical thinking, decision-making and implementation & evaluation of care. The program combines theory classes with labs and supervised clinical practice focusing on caring for clients in acute clinical settings.
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Nurses! Want to enhance your skills in care planning and nursing diagnosis?!

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Inscol Academy Canada in collaboration with Conestoga College, Canada offers Enhanced Nursing Practice - Clinical & Critical Care Nursing. LIMITED SEATS! Apply Now for Jan'15!

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Advance your Nursing Career in Canada!

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This certificate is intended as an enhancement and enrichment program for individuals who are already working in healthcare or in social service fields and wish to further specialize in Community Mental Health. The program introduces you to the current issues and trends in mental health care. You will explore existing service agencies, care providers, treatments and treatment facilities and get the opportunity to examine how they provide care for youths and adults with a variety of mental disorders.

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Nurses Study in Best Colleges/Universities of Canada/UK/USA

Since 2003, INSCOL Academy has helped more than 5500 Nurses to become GLOBAL NURSES!!!

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REINVIGORATE TO LIFE WITH THERAPEUTIC HYPOTHERMIA

Successful resuscitation and therapeutic hypothermia determines the best clinical outcome after a cardiac arrest. Therapeutic hypothermia is not limited to cardiac arrest but its been used extensively in patients with stroke, traumatic brain injuries, during cardiac catheterization surgeries and neonatal resuscitations. Hypothermia increases the chances of good neurological outcome. American Heart Association’s chain of survival emphasizes the need for post cardiac arrest care and recommends therapeutic hypothermia during Return of Spontaneous Circulation (ROSC) management and care.

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NURSES – NO MORE HANDSHAKES

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As Nurses we offer handshakes to meet patient’s expectations and to develop a rapport with them. In developing countries such as India, shaking hands has become common, especially in the large cities among nurses and other health care workers dealing with patients.1, 2 Ritualistic touching plays a crucial role in many cultures. Though handshakes give a profound impact in better patient outcomes, it also has the potential for greater efficiency of pathogen transmission, and handshakes are known to transmit bacteria.3,4In India though significant advances have been made in infection control, inadequate practices and surveillance systems persist and there is often a high risk. Several food borne disease outbreaks have been reported which are associated with poor personal hygiene. The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that one in 25 hospitalized patients develop an HAI and 75,000 patients with HAIs die during their hospitalization each year. Scientists at Aberystwyth University in Wales have shown that a shake transfers more bacteria compared to other forms of hand-on-hand action. Health care providers like nurse’s hands spread potentially harmful germs to patients that leads to healthcare-associated infections (HAI) i.e., infections acquired in health care also called as “nosocomial” and “hospital” infections.7According to WHO, out of every 100 hospitalized patients at any given time, 7 in developed and 10 in developing countries will acquire at least one health care-associated infection. The endemic burden of HAI is also significantly higher in low as well as middle income than in high-income countries, in particular in patients admitted to intensive care units and in neonates.5

So what next? Will fist bumps (also called dap, pound, fist pound, brofist, donsafe, spudding, fo’ knucks, box, Bust, pound dog, props, Bones, respect knuckles, bumping the rock, or knuckle crunching) replace handshakes in the hospital or any public places? Fist Bumps are basically an urban form of greeting one another by the bumping of fists together, meant as a form of respect.

When you do a fist bump, a smaller amount of surface area is in contact between the two hands. According to a new study “Fist bumping” transmits less bacteria than either handshaking or high-fiving while still addressing the cultural expectation of hand-to-hand contact among patients nurses and clinicians.6 A British study has found that high-fives pass less germs as the traditional greeting and the fist bump is even cleaner.7In an another study the West Virginia researchers found that the individuals who shook hands had four times as many pathogens on their hands as the individuals who fist-bumped, according to results published last year in the Journal of Hospital Infection.8

There have been calls in the Journal of the American Medical Association to ban handshakes from hospitals and make it a global best practice.9 American Medical Association, suggested that hospitals, clinics and other healthcare facilities post signs with messages as “Handshake-free zone: to protect your health and the health of those around you, please refrain from shaking hands while on these premises.”10

If we go back to the Victorian age; when on meeting someone you bow or curtsy from a respectful distance . NURSES – NO MORE HANDSHAKES. Next time you want to say “hi,” show off how casual you are with a friendly fist bump or just bow and say a Namasthe!

The question remains if healthcare facilities implement the fist bump and make it a global best practice.

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Training & Prep Courses for Internationally Educated Nurses

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Canada has a strong diversified society, which makes it important for healthcare organizations to hire a workforce that will be able to provide care to this diverse community. With an aging workforce, healthcare organizations are obliged to look at hiring Internationally Educated Nurses to make up for the huge shortage of nurses in the country.

Internationally Educated Nurses looking to become licensed nurses in Canada are required to register with the provincial nursing bodies. In order to register, it is mandatory for all nurses to pass the licensing exam – CRNE/CPNRE.

INSCOL Academy offers “Preparatory Programs“ designed to help Internationally Educated Nurses successfully write these licensing exams.

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Nurses Upgrade Your Skills to Work in World Class Hospitals in Canada/UK/USA/AUS/NZ

Nurses Upgrade Your Skills to Work in World Class Hospitals in Canada/UK/USA/AUS/NZ | INSCOL Academy Canada | Scoop.it

GNM/BSc/MSc Nurses Study in Canada. INSCOL Academy offers exclusive Nursing Courses in Canada through our partner College/Universities. Nurses can choose from a wide range of exclusive Nursing Programs in: Emergency Care, Critical Care, Gerontology & Clinical Skills, Palliative Care, Mental Health, Leadership & Management etc. At INSCOL, we provide career progression pathways to nurses by adopting a holistic approach, helping them upgrade to the status of a Global Nurse.

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Nurses Join BSc (Hons) Nursing (Diploma to Degree) in London, UK

Graduates from this course will be able to deliver high-quality evidence-based care by grasping the theoretical and professional skills provided to them during the program that are essential for modern day Nursing. Alongside the core skills, the students will also learn team work, clinical decision making and communication.

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Nurses Study & Work in Canada

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INSCOL Academy offers exclusive Nursing Courses in Canada for GNM/BSc/MSc Nurses through our partner College/Universities. Nurses can choose from a wide range of exclusive Nursing Programs in: Emergency Care, Critical Care, Gerontology & Clinical Skills, Palliative Care, Mental Health, Leadership & Management etc. At INSCOL, we provide career progression pathways to nurses by adopting a holistic approach, helping them upgrade to the status of a Global Nurse.

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Best Nursing Courses for International Nurses in Canada

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Nurses Study & Work in Canada- INSCOL Academy Canada

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Open the World of Opportunities! Become a Global Nurse

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Nursing - An Attractive Career Option For Men

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With the projected acute shortage of nurses in the developed world, nursing is now, more than ever, an extremely attractive career option for men; coming at a time when traditional sources of blue-collar male employment, such as manufacturing and construction, are drying up on account of increased productivity or greater mechanization.

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Post Graduate Certificate in Palliative Care – Multidiscipline in Canada!

As a graduate from the Post Graduate Certificate in Palliative Care – Multidiscipline program, you will gain knowledge and skills of a healthcare provider who will be working with or caring for patients with a terminal illness.
This certificate is aligned with the “National Norms and Principles of Practice” that have been developed by the Canadian Hospice Palliative Care Association.

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Diabetes: A Nursing Analysis

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Ms. Rita is a 15 year old female. She is a known case of poor control of sugar level since one month without regular medication. When patient was admitted to hospital her random blood sugar =300mg/dl. She had no history of vomiting, breathlessness, altered sensorium or bowel trouble. She had a history of weight loss. On her initial examination she was calm, conscious and cooperative and well oriented to time, place and person. Her BP was 140/90mmhg, pulse-80 per minute, abdomen soft non- tender and no organomegaly. She had a history of polyuria and weight loss and increased thirst. Chest vesicular breathing, no added sound. CVSSI, S2 heard normally.

Investigations:-

Urine Color                Pale, turbid

Reaction                     6.0

Albumin                     + + +

Sugar                          + +

Ketones                     Negative

Glucose (F)               303mg/dl

Hb                              8.3gm/dl

TLC                            9000/Ul

DLC                            N-49%L-47%M-2%E-2%

Platelets                    4.15 lacs

Total cholesterol     160mg/dl

DHLcholestrol         30mg/dl

LDL                           100mg/dl

VLDL                         30mg/dl

Triglycerides            150mg/dl

T. Cholesterol ratio           5.33

Glucose (F)             253mg/dl

 

FINAL DIAGNOSIS:-Type 1 Diabetes mellitus

Diabetes Mellitus type 1 is a chronic disorder of carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism. A defective or deficient insulin secretary response, which translates into impaired carbohydrate (glucose) use, is a characteristic feature of diabetes mellitus (Goodman and Gillman’s, 2001).

Type 1 diabetes is also called Insulin Dependent Diabetes Mellitus (IDDM) and was previously referred to as juvenile onsetdiabetes. It occurs due to decreased insulin production and unchecked glucose production by the liver. Insulin enables the sugar to get out of the blood and into the cells where it is needed for the cells to function.Diabetes results from a severe, absolute lack of insulin resulting in reduction in beta cell mass. Beta cells are a type of cell in the pancreas in areas called the islets of langerhans. These beta cells produce insulin. The function of insulin is to counter the action of a number of hyperglycemia-generating hormones and to maintain low blood glucose levels. Due to lack of insulin sugar will not be able to get into the cells so, there will be a high concentration in the blood. On the other hand, high amount of insulin shifts too much sugar into the cells and there will be not enough sugar left in the blood (Mohan, 2000). Lack of insulin affects them because insulin allows for the absorption of glucose by cells in the body and is secreted by the beta cells, in response to elevated glucose in the blood (Chatterjea, 2000).

To treat the high level of glucose insulin was given to the patient. Insulin works to lower blood glucose by promoting the transport of glucose into cells and by inhibiting the conversion of glycogen and amino acids to glucose (Smeltzer, 2004).

Ms. Rita was suffering from polyuria which is increased amount of urine (Smeltzer, 2004). When the blood glucose level is significantly elevated, (it is also mentioned in the above paragraph) the kidneys are unable to handle the workload and therefore allow the excess glucose to spill over into the urine. The glucose in urine acts osmotically means higher concentration to lower concentration to draw more water into the urine, resulting in polyuria (Cotran, 2000).

Mrs. Rita’s urine was pale and turbid color. It occurs because concentration of glucose in the blood rises. The renal threshold for glucose is, usually 180 to 200mg/dl. When blood glucose increases, the kidneys may not reabsorb all the filtered glucose and the glucose than appears in the urine making it pale and turbid (Smeltzer et al, 2004).

She had a problem of Polydypsia which means excessive thirst. As explained above glucose in the urine is increase, rising the osmotic pressure of the urine, this ways pulls the water along with the glucose in to the urine which leads to excessive urination called polyuria, causing a lack of overall body fluids making the blood hypertonic. This hypertonicity provokes the brain to initiate thirst as a compensatory mechanism of dehydration so that loss of water can be fulfill (Chaudhuri, 2002).

She was suffering from problem of weight loss. Loss of tissue mass occurs in the insulin- dependent form of the disease (the consequence of glycosuria) that characterizes the illness. Role of insulin is to provide entry of glucose into the cells. Insulin deficiency result in non utilization of glucose as it cannot enter into the cells leading to impaired synthesis of protein, fat and simultaneously cause accelerated breakdown of proteins and fats for production of energy causing a catabolic state. It means there is accelerated breakdown of fat and muscle secondary to insulin deficiency leading to weight loss.

Ms. Rita’s blood pressure was 140/90mmhg. The reasons for the increased blood pressure are hyperinsulinemia, glucose intolerance and reduced level of HDL cholesterol. In a normal physiological state nitric oxide synthesis is stimulated by insulin besides decreased synthesis and responsiveness to non insulin resistant states have been associated with increased level of endothelin-1 and potent vasoconstrictor and proarthero sclerotic vascular hormone associated with hypertension 4ia,, e.of Pathologrica..outh.within the central nervous system, all these hormonal changes may play a major role in the gastr(Kumar and Clark, 2005).

Overall management was good and Ms. Rita discharged in satisfactory condition.

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Rights of Foreign Nursing Education

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A study conducted in US to determine about nurses attitude and perception about returning to school for higher education has found out four societal factors which influence in making nursing education important: firstly many nurses are still practicing with an Associate’s degree or diploma and few continue their formal education; secondly several recent studies have indicated that there are improved patient outcomes in hospitals which employ higher educated nurses; thirdly a poor economy during a nursing shortage means high demand and less incentive for nurses to return to school for higher nursing education; and finally the worsening faculty shortage means an increased need for nurses to advance their education (Altmann,2011). The above findings are true for the developed countries where the international nurses are interested to study, work and settle. The higher remuneration, widened scope of practice and the living standard are the main precursors behind this and the developed countries are proving it. Just like the nurses follow the rights of medication, the following paragraph suggest 5 golden rules for foreign education.

1. Setting the Right Objective

It is very important to set the right objective prior seeking admission for foreign education since it will influence a person throughout the process of settlement. Time to time different countries will open for study, work and migrate, initially a person must have a direction on whether he/she is eligible to work as a registered nurse in the country where they are going to apply and how long it will take and what is the prerequisite. Generally it includes:

Completion of nursing degree or diploma (the eligibility for RN and Practical nurse will be different)Becoming a registered nurse after completion of the program.Language proficiency test results depending on the countryProof of recent nursing practiceCompletion of licensing examination or program as per country norms.Other examinations or program completion as per the nursing body to which they apply

It is clear from the above points that even being a citizen, some or all the above criteria has to be met to work as a registered nurse. Here the international students can avoid this if they choose the right program.

2. Targeting the Right Destination

The right destination or choosing right country depends upon several factors like duration of visa processing, visa success rates, duration of post study work visa (PSW), the cost of living , tax to be paid and potential growth for nurses and the country’s economic stability. Another factor to consider includes the benefit one can get from the government if they get settled in that country

 3. Choosing the Right Program

The most challenging task is to select the right program which adds value to a person’s professional development . Firstly, the international candidate must make sure that they select a full time program because part time program will not contribute much to their dream of becoming a licensed nurse in Canada . Moreover, those who blindly look for the part time jobs may tend to make this mistake which can affect their future stay in that country . Another key thing is choosing the right level program is important for better visa outcome . It also helps in getting nursing license which is a requirement for getting a nursing job. Some study programs may give an edge on the language proficiency and on successful completion of the program, students get an exemption from the language proficiency requirement . One must not forget that meeting the language proficiency requirement is the biggest challenge and getting an exemption in this really removes the barrier in becoming a nurse.

4. Collecting the Right Information

Since plenty of information is available through various sources, choosing the right source to get the right information is an important thing. Most of the students get information from indirect source instead of getting information from direct source like study program details or immigration website portals .From this official websites one can get the right information about the policies and procedures. To get right information about the nursing registration and working policies of nurses one must go through the provincial nursing body websites. It would be wise to cross check the information as well.

5. Taking the Right Decision

Taking the final decision also depends on the source of funding whether it is an education loan or own funds. But one should have a realistic picture about the cost of living and the income that they can expect from the part time jobs which enable them to figure out the right expenses and help them in taking right decision.

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Open the World of Opportunities, Become a Global Nurse!

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Graduates from this certificate program develop skills in care planning, nursing diagnosis, critical thinking, decision-making and implementation & evaluation of care. The program combines theory classes with labs and supervised clinical practice focusing on caring for clients in acute clinical settings.
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Post Graduate Certificate in RN-Critical Care Nursing at Niagara College

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Nursing Programs for International Nurses. INSCOL Academy offers Post Graduate Certificate in RN – Critical Care Nursing program for Internationally Educated Nurses in Canada.
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Diploma/BSc Nurses study & work in London, UK!

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Diploma/BSc Nurses study & work in London!
INSCOL Academy in collaboration with BPP University offers: BSc (Hons) Nursing (Diploma to Degree) & PG Certificate in Health Service Leadership.

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Nursing & Healthcare Courses in Canada!

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INSCOL Healthcare has more than 20 years of experience in healthcare services, and a proven track record, built over 10 years through INSCOL Academy, of delivering foundation and bridging programs for Internationally Educated Nurses to become Global Nurses. INSCOL Academy therefore understands the needs of healthcare providers and is aware of their expectations from healthcare professionals they wish to recruit.

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Telehealth Nursing in India is a Global Best Practice

Telehealth Nursing is a very novel concept in India. It is one of the Global Best practices, which is in the initial stage in India. First, let us understand what is “Telehealth Nursing” . According to American Telemedicine Association (ATA), telehealth nursing is defined as the use of telehealth/telemedicine technology to deliver nursing care and conduct nursing practice. Nurses are directly engaged in the virtual delivery of healthcare through telehealth nursing.

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Nurses upgrade BSc Nursing to PG Specialization in London!

Post Graduate Certificate in Health Service Leadership program will help the students to gain an in depth knowledge of the vital practices and principles of leadership especially in reference to the NHS Commissioning Board.
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Overseas Nursing Certification Courses - INSCOL Academy

INSCOL Academy prepares nurses for a global nursing career by imparting knowledge on worldwide best practices in the healthcare industry, and by topping-up their skills to the levels of their best-trained international counterparts. These it does through partnerships with leading Community Colleges/Universities across the world. More than 20 nursing programs at 15 Partner Universities/Colleges in Canada, UK, USA, Australia and New Zealand are open to Nurses keen to pursue nursing careers overseas.

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