Don’t miss out on our #NightingaleChallenge: One Year On! anniversary event! 🥳
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Nightingale challenge one year on event tomorrow!!
Congratulations Mr. Shatrughan Pareek for representing Nurses of India and presenting on a global stage.
Indian Railway Health Services
Shatrughan Pareek is a clinical nurse by profession and working as Nursing Superintendent at Indian Railway Health Services, Bikaner, Rajasthan, India. He has completed his post-graduation in Medical-surgical Nursing from the University of Delhi. He has been part of various National and International conferences and workshops. He has 15 years of clinical experience in field of Nursing. He is pursuing a post-graduate Diploma in Hospital and Health Management from IGNOU, New Delhi. He is a proactive member of TNAI, NRSI, ONAI and IAPH. He has presented and published various research articles in National and International conferences and journals. He initiated research activities for nurses at Division Railway hospital, Delhi. He is the recipient of “Best Employee” Award in railway health services. He has been awarded “Dr. Goria Best paper award” at International conference, Jaipur, India. He is National trainer for ASHA workers and ANMs in NCD and HBYC. Research activities initiated at Delhi and Bikaner.
The Nightingale Challenge: One Year On!
To mark the first anniversary of the Nightingale Challenge, we will hold an all-day virtual conference on Friday 26th June. This will be an opportunity for Nightingale Challenge employers and participants to share their experiences of implementing the Nightingale Challenge and to discuss nursing and midwifery leadership now and into the future.
The event will begin at 8 am (BST) and end at 5 pm (BST) and will provide a mix of sessions, led by international nursing and midwifery leaders, that will address the experiences of those involved in the Nightingale Challenge, as well as topics such as advocacy, and the politics of nursing. We will also hold intergenerational conversations about nursing and midwifery, and provide a career advice session for early career nurses and midwives.
The event is available and free for anyone to attend and participate when they are available throughout the day.
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