Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) – Local Unit

Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) – Local Unit

The Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) is a National Professional Association of Nurses is established in 1922.

The purposes of TNAI are:

  • Upholding the dignity and honour of the nursing profession.
  • Promoting a sense of esprit de corps among all nurses.
  • Enabling members to take counsel together on matters relating to their profession.

The organization of the TNAI makes it possible for all nurses to participate at some level. Beginning with the local unit, which is usually made up of personnel in a specific institution, the level of organization moves to the district, state and national levels The aims of the TNAI center upon needs of the individual member and problems in the nursing profession as a whole. Such aims include Up-Grading, Development and Standardization of Nursing Education; Improvement of Living and Working Conditions for Nurses in India and Registration for Qualified Nurses.

Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI) – Local Unit

  • The TNAI Local Unit of PSG College of Nursing organized a Nurses Day celebrations on 12.05.2017 with message from Dr.G.Malarvizhi, Principal incharge. Activities for the faculty which included paired ‘t’ test and Mounam Paeseyaethae. The programme was organized by Prof.Meera Saravanan, Mrs Rajeswari.S,Mrs Vimala.V,Ms Keerthana.B and Ms Onisha Nirjo.

  • The TNAI Local Unit of PSG College of Nursing organized a half day workshop on ‘Mentoring’ for the faculty and PG students on 15th September 2016. Dr.Pavai, Professor & Head, Department of Padiatric Surgery, Dr.P.A.Kumar, Training Centre Co-ordinator, Simulation lab and Dr.S.Shanthakumari, Professor, Department of Pathology were the resource persons.

  • PSG College of Nursing TNAI Local Unit had organized a Panel Discussion in view of observing International Nurses’ Day 2015 on 12th May 2015 at 2 pm on the theme ie, Nurses: a force for change: care effective, cost effective. Ms. Santhosh Priya, Ms. Assumpta Johncy, Mrs. S. Rajeswari, Mr. M. Baskaran, Mrs. P. M. Rajeswari and Mrs. Kala M were the panelists.

  • Mrs Leena J, Associate Professor, attended the XXV TNAI Biennial Conference on “Developing effective leaders in nursing- today and tomorrow, for quality patient care” at Jennys College of Nursing, Trichy on 10th and 11th of October 2014.
  • International Nurses’ Day on 16th May by conducting a panel discussion on the theme 2014 ‘Nurses: A force for change – A vital resource for health’. Two faculty from each department formed as panel members with Mrs.Maheswari T being the moderator. The topics discussed were nurses being the change agent in health care setting, work load measurement, working enviroment how nurses can bring about changes in nursing practice, education, administration and even in community and politics. All the faculty attended and contributed their valuable information.
  • The TNAI local unit had organized the REGIONAL CONFERENCE on STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE ORGAN DONATION on 28th February 2011. Programme was coordinated by Prof. Malarvizhi.G HOD, Pediatric Nursing Department and Organizing Secretary. Mrs. Leena Francis Asst.Professor, Fundamentals of Nursing Department. 120 delegates of Under-graduate and Post-graduate students were benefited by this conference. Scientific sessions were dealt by experts in the field of Organ donation. Conference came to an end with a role play on “Organ donation” by MSC Nursing 1st year students of PSG CN.
  • NAI PSG CN Local unit and social committee organized faculty a get together trip on 23.07.2011 to Koduveri water falls near Sathyamangalam. All faculties enjoyed the trip with their children also.

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