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CShare Facts On Drugs, Save Lives” The International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking, 2021 or World Drug Day, is marked on 26 June every year, to strengthen action and cooperation in achieving the goal of a world free of drug

On this day, let us all reaffirm our resolve and work together to eliminate the evil of drug addiction from the society”, ‘Share Facts on Drugs and Save Lives’ by combating misinformation and promoting the sharing of scientific facts, raising awareness regarding the threat possessed by illicit drugs to the society.

By motivating the youth and spreading awareness among them regarding drug de-addiction, we can save precious lives and our future.

Webinar on Drug abuse and Psychological Interventions by Dr Vimal Kumar S.V.Clinical Psychologist ,NIMS SPECTRUM,NIMS MEDICITY .

Covid 19 and Children

Years from now, children who lived or were born in these pandemic times may possibly be remembered as the generation whose childhood was “paused”

Covid 19 can affect children due to the presence of new viral mutants and an increased susceptibility of children to these. Lack of an approved vaccine for children would also contribute to their higher risk of contracting the infection. As a part of Knowledge Acquisition , NIMS College of Nursing organised Webinar on COVID 19 IN NEONATES AND CHILDREN for third year Bsc Nursing Students on 9 -7 -2021

The webinar was dealt by

Dr Hazeena K.R MBBS ,DCH,DNB,Fellowship in Neonatology IAP Chief Consultant Neonatologist,NIMS MEDICITY and
Dr Nisha MBBS,MD,MRCPCH Senior Paediatrician NIMS MEDICITY.

International Yoga Day 2021.

Nims Medicity Department of Naturopathy and NIMS College of Nursing wishing u all International Day of Yoga 2021, to be observed today, (June 21),which carries the theme "Yoga for well-being", much relevant for our times in a society still recovering from the impact of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic.

As the virus directly affects the lungs, it is imperative to strengthen the respiratory system. Practising yoga is also advised to those who have recovered from the virus. Yogic breathing, beginner-level yoga asanas and meditation bring mental peace, a vital factor in the recovery process for those who have had the traumatic experience of contracting Covid-19. Apart from these, modified breathing techniques and yoga poses recommended by experts can help reduce fatigue and slowly restore energy levels among Covid-19 patients who are on the recovery.

Wishing u all International yoga Day 2021

NIMS COLLEGE OF NURSING CELEBRATED INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY 2021 by virtual platform .The session was dealt by Dr Renjitha L.R BNYS ,Department of Naturopathy,NIMS MEDICITY

"World Fathers Day 2021" Fathers are those members of the family whose contribution to the upbringing of the kid is often overlooked. They work day and night to keep their families healthy and happy, these unknowing efforts are often taken for granted and converted into responsibilities that they have to fulfil. They are one of the unsung heroes of the family who wants nothing in return but love. Every year on the third Sunday of June, this special day is celebrated on June 20. Parenting can be the most rewarding work of adult life. Nothing brings more joy and pride than a happy, productive, and loving child. Each age and stage of a child's development has specific goals and tasks. For infants, it is to eat, sleep, and explore their world. For adolescents, it is to become their own person with their own group of friends. Adolescents need many skills in order to successfully achieve their goal of increased independence. Starting early is the best way for parents to prepare for their child's adolescence.

NIMS College of Nursing Conducted webinar on GENDER SENSITIZATION PROGRAMMES for first year Bsc Nursing Students on "Adolescent Parenting focussed on Father" with regard to World Fathers Day 2021.
The webinar was dealt by
Prof Dr M.K.C NAIR, Dsc .Director NIMS SPECTRUM,CDRC, Formerly Vice Chancellor,KUHAS .

World Environment Day is celebrated every year on June 5.The theme of World Environment Day 2021 is 'Reimagine. Recreate. Restore' and its focal point is ecosystem restoration. "Ecosystem restoration means preventing, halting and reversing this damage- to go from exploiting nature to healing it,

NIMS College of Nursing students celebrated by "PLANT A TREE CHALLENGE TO GO GREEN "All nursing students accepted the challenge by planting trees to Go green and save Green .

Poster Competition was conducted virtually on the topic "Impact of Covid 19 on Lockdown and ecosystem"

Students also created a video presenting the glimpses of NIMS greenery initiatives by Management ,Staffs and faculty in midst of Covid 19 Pandemic to protect,and preserve nature.

NIMS MEDICITY AND NIMS COLLEGE OF NURSING SALUTES ALL NURSING WARRIORS AROUND THE GLOBE. "Heal the world Make it a better place For you and for me And the entire human race There are people dying If you care enough for the living Make it a better place."

Its a great pride and honour to acknowledge and salute for the compassion and Care of Bravo Nurses towards serving the needy with a healing touch and a pleasant smile. Today Iam proud to be a nurse and it's a pleasure to salute and thank our chairman Dr A.P Majeed Khan sir and MD Mr M.S Faizal Khan sir for their beloved support to all Nursing fraternity . I congratulate all brave nursing soldiers who are in frontline to save millions of life and tribute to all who lost their precious lives while safeguarding others.


Noise pollution impacts millions of people on a daily basis. The most common health problem it causes is Noise Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL). Exposure to loud noise can also cause high blood pressure, heart disease, sleep disturbances, and stress. ... Noise pollution also impacts the health and well-being of wildlife.

IMA Neyyatinkara along with NIMS SPECTRUM Organised Seminar on" Noise pollution on health" for nursing students. The valuable lecture was taken by Dr John Panicker,MBBS,PG in otolaryngology ENT Surgeon, National Coordinator of National Initiative for safe sound .

Dr Caeser Ennis M.B.B.S, D.N.B [Med], D.A.A [Allergy and Asthma] NIMS Medicity felicitated the gathering.

NIMS College of Nursing celebrated World Health Day by creating awareness on Prevention of lifestyle diseases, Healthy Diet and How to maintain healthy life.The theme for World Health Day 2021 is 'Building a fairer, healthier world'. Stating that our world is unequal, WHO said that the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted how some people can have better access to health services and live healthier lives than others.

IAP TRIVANDRUM CHAPTER IN ASSOCIATION WITH DEPARTMENT OF PAEDIATRICS AND NEONATOLOGY NIMS Organised Seminar and Quiz competition for Bsc Nursing students in relation to WORLD TB DAY 2021.

The Programme was Organised by

Dr Nisha Sreekumar Paediatrician ,
Dr Hazeena Chief Neonatologist and
Dr Sandeep.

Seminar was dealt by Dr Nisha Sreekumar, Paediatrician on Nurses Role in prevention of TB .Prizes were given to the winners of quiz competition.

Measles (Khasra) is a highly contagious viral disease which affects mostly children. It is one of the leading causes of death and disability among young children. Measles Immunization Day is celebrated on 16th march every year to make mothers ,public and hesltj care professionals aware about this deadly disease and how they can deal with the same.

NIMS College of Nursing along with Department of Paediatrics NIMS organised Seminar on "Measles and its prevention "Seminar dealt by Dr Jeyadevan Paediatrician and Dr Nisha, Peadiatrician NIMS

Seminar was dealt by Dr Nisha Sreekumar, Paediatrician on Nurses Role in prevention of TB .Prizes were given to the winners of quiz competition.

As a part of WOMANS DAY CELEBRATIONS 2021 NIMS College of Nursing students participated in Health Camp at NIMS MEDICITY.

Special sessions on Woman Empowerment taken by experts Dr MKC Nair, Formerly Vice Chancellor and Director , NIMS CDRC Spectrum,

Dr Nisha Sreekumar,Paediatrician Dr Hazeena Chief Neonatologist and Mrs Beena Clinical Psychologist of NIMS .Poster Competition was conducted on "Woman as Challenge Agent."

Role play on Woman Empowerment by nursing students.Saluting the Nursing students and faculty for serving as Covid warriors.Prof J Daisy ,Principal Mrs S.Josphine Vinitha Vice Principal.Mrs Reshma Mrs Aasha kumari and Mrs Remya Mrs Ancy were present.

NIMS COLLEGE OF NURSING Conducted poster competition as a part of GENDER SENSITISATION PROGRAMME for Bsc N and Msc N students on 16.2-2021.Students have presented their views on theme "GIRLS ARE MEDALS"