Hello Diabetes Education Workshop for Nurses

Walkathon to mark World Diabetes Day at Nagpur by DCRC, DCFI & DAI on Sunday, at Laxminagar square at 8am.

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Seven Hours marathon meet of “Hello Diabetes Education Workshop for Nurses” was a mega success with more than 700 nurses in & outside the hall on parallel presentation. This has given us confidence on our concept of “Developing Indian Nurses as Diabetes Educator” (probably the first of its kind in India). Enthusiasm & eagerness for learning diabetes amongst youngster & seniors was worth praising. Jam packed hall till end is the witness…we Salute Their dedication to “Learn n Serve”…

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Dattu Babanrao Bhioknal, Rowing Champion of Rio Olympic Press meet at DCRC today evening. He was Guest of Honour for Today’s Hello Diabetes Program for Nurses held at Scientific Society Auditorium, 8 Rasta Chowk, Laxminagar.

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Nurses to learn diabetes with sportsmen‘s spirits

Increase prevalence of diabetes in India seeks attention at three levels –first, those who are non diabetic should adopt the healthy life style changes to prevent the development of disease, named as “Primary prevention” second, those who have diabetes, should target their control of blood glucose , Blood pressure, Lipid and other biomedical parameters so that they should not developed complications of diabetes named as “Secondary Prevention” and those have a complication diabetes, should delay the progression of it, as territory prevention, “globally nurse’s community play and important role as educators at all three levels of prevention. The time has come that nurses in India should be trained in this direction”, to served as a strong link between medical professional and people with diabetes said Dr. Gupta, Diabetologist during Hello Diabetes program for Nurses to mark World Diabetes day.

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On the Occasion of World Diabetes Day, Diabetes Care Foundation of India Nagpur (DCFI), Diabetes Care n’ Research Centre (DCRC) in association with Diabetic Association of India (DAI) organized a mega Diabetes Awareness program and Diet Exhibition on“ Hello Diabetes Education Workshop ” (for nurses) on Sunday 13th November 2016.

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The program was conducted by Dr. Gupta, Director DCRC. Various topics were covered like what is Diabetes, its causes & symptoms, complication of Diabetes in Kidney, Eyes, Heart, low sugar attack, Newer technologies in diabetes care for Nurses. Dr. Ajay Ambade, Retina surgeon spoked on uncontrolled Diabetes and severe damages of retina. Dr. Ajay Kaduskar spoked on hypertension in diabetes. Dr. Suresh Chari shared about different trait of the nurses; the importance of proper counseling in care towards their patient’s. Mrs. Kavita Gupta, Dietician & Diabetes Educator said that, “Diabetics needs to choose low GI food, low fat and high fiber food in appropriate portion size. Mr. Sandeep Joshi spoked on FIT guidelines and emphasized on use of new needle on every prick. Dr. Mohit Zamad, Dentist told that our tooth says “U keeps me clean I will keep you healthy”. Mrs. Kavita Gupta senior dietitian presented “22 Yrs journey of DCRC”.

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The Program was inaugurated by lighting of Samai with the hands of Shri. Dattu Baban Bhoknal, Olympic Athlete, Nasik, India who spoked on Sportmen’s Spirit in Diabetes. Workshop for nurses “Hands on Training” was inaugurated by Chief Guest Shri. Chandrashekhar Bawankule, Guardian minister, Nagpur. Guest of honors Mr. Sachin Kurve, Collector, Nagpur, Dr. Minakshi Wahane, Dean IGMC & Dr. Kajal Mitra, Dean NKPSIMS and Mr. Girish Vyas, MLC.

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Diet Exhibition displayed the foods to be included and avoided for Diabetics, heart friendly oils, high sodium foods to be avoided by people with Hypertension, importance of functional foods – Flax seeds, Oats bran, garlic, jau, etc play an important role in reducing blood glucose and cholesterol. Various nutritionist of the city counseled the nurses – Mrs. Kavita Gupta, Kavita Bakshi, Parvinder Bamrah, Ms. Shraddha Fulzade, Rupali Patil and the students of students of (WTERI).

Various Skits, Role Plays like “Goli – Insulin”, “Sajag Sahma, Bindas”, Hypo, was enacted in which, Vivek Nagrare, Satyan Patel, Kapil Sarak, Dr. Tripti Jujhare, Dr Shruti Zalke, Mr. Pinaki Chaudhuri, Mrs. Sonali Raut played important role . The Program was successfully conducted by Dr. Sachin Gathe and Dr. Mohit Zamad.

App 500 Nurses benefited through the program. Mr. Manoj Humare, Swati Joshi, Snehal Ninawe, Vicky Bhoyar, Vicky Bhagat, Vishal Ramtekar, Bhalchandra Paturkar, Brijesh Singh, Mr. Prashant Ramteke, Mrs. Sheela Moon, Ms. Sonu Singh, Mrs. Vibha Gupta, Mrs. Sangita Gupta, Mayuri Mohadikar, Sarita Kale, Ms. Priyanka Dhakate, Trishali Khandagale, Deepali Marakam, Prashant Ramteke, worked hard for the success of the program.

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