Trained Nurses’ Association Of India Nagaland Branch Celebrates 50 Years Of Its Inception

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Kohima, 13 June: The Trained Nurses’ Association of India (TNAI) Nagaland Branch today celebrated 50 years of its inception under the theme “Honouring the Glorious Past, Celebrating the Golden Present and Envisioning the Promising Future” at Kohima.

Speaking at the celebration as the chief guest, Commissioner & Secretary Health & Family Welfare, V Kezo said Nursing has evolved as a key pillar in the health care system in the world. He said, it is the nurses who do all the work and watch the wards and patients without ceasing.

Kezo said, nursing requires a lot of positive qualities as they deal with people who are fragile in the body, mind and soul, as such it would be the most valued from the nurses to have the capability to understand the mind and souls of its patients.

The Health Secretary congratulated all the nurses for choosing the profession and also urged them to adapt to the changes by upgrading their skills with the evolving technologies. He also wished to see the nurses from the state becoming highly accomplished and engaged in researches, bringing new ideas and innovation that will benefit the entire community as a whole.

National Vice President TNAI North East Region Cheryl Susan Tada in her exhortation reminded the nurses not to lose sight of the attributes of nurses which is love, compassion and care towards its patients. She also emphasised on the need for the state of Nagaland to set up a Directorate of Nursing to look into the welfare of the nursing community.

In her welcome address, President TNAI Nagaland Branch S Tiakala Longkumer urged all the nursing community to move forward with courage and resilient to empower, uplift and strengthen its Association and nursing profession.

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