President lauds nurses as 'nation builders'

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"Nurses are the true nation-builders", the president said.

On the occasion, 35 nurses of different States and Union Teritories were given the Florence Nightingale awards.

He said, the nursing community serves the people with devotion and commitment and the entire nation is grateful for this.

Carmel Harney, Interim Director of Mental Health and Learning Disability Services says "I would greatly encourage all year 3 Students, newly qualified and registered Mental Health Nurses to attend this recruitment day to find out about the exciting opportunities available to you". "But this number is not sufficient", the President said. He thanked the nurses for the commendable jobs that they had provided in the health units under Longleng district.

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On the International Nurses Day, Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has said that her govt has set up new Nursing Training Schools with a view to increasing the number of trained nurses.

Minister for Health and Family Welfare, J P Nadda congratulated the award winners and appreciated their exemplary services. The nurses who have been awarded today represent the country's diversity in unity, the president said.

The Union Health Minister said the Government strongly believes that health is a human right.

He also appealed to nurse leaders in both education and service sectors to train nurses to deliver world's best quality education and nursing care based on educational and practice standards of INC and in line with regional, national and global health needs.

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Nakhro said that though the nurses may not be regarded as Florence Nightingale herself, he said society acknowledges their phenomenal services and hard work and he appealed to them to remain strong and continue their good and noble services.

Rita Angami, President, TNAI Local Branch, Kohima was awarded the Nurse of the Year during the commemoration.

On the occasion, Rita Angami and Hosavino were awarded best nurse of the year 2018 for their relentless service towards humanity. The award carries a medal, a certificate, a citation certificate and Rs. 50,000/-in cash to each of the awardees.

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