SRMS Nursing Conference – Critical Care & Emergency Nursing in Present Era

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Shri Ram Murti Smarak Trust established G.N.M. Programme in the year 2006 & B.Sc. Nursing in 2017 in SRMS College of Nursing which is a pioneer institute in this region for nursing education. SRMS is well Established with various Nursing Programmes, also in the process of starting M.Sc. Nursing and Post Basic B. Sc. Nursing courses.

  • Recognized by Indian Nursing Council, New Delhi
  • Affiliated to U.P. State Medical Faculty, Lucknow & MJP Rohilkhand University, Bareilly

SRMS College of Nursing envisages the concepts of holistic approach in critical care and emergency Nursing. The conference draws together a diverse range of Nursing faculty, students, staff and other allied health professionals throughout the continuum of care. The dynamic group of speakers and panelists of this conference will provide their opinion perspectives and stimulating discussion on the specific critical care issues, as well as, this conference will sensitise and empower the health care team to incorporate their innovations in the system of work.


Under the parasol of SRMS Trust, Bareilly, the SRMS College of Nursing, Cordially invite your esteemed presence to the conference on 28th January 2020 with topic on Critical care and Emergency Nursing in present era with the theme: Innovations, Challenges and Advances in Critical care and Emergency Nursing.


To inculcate the best practices and to identify the most recent innovations, practical challenges and advances adopted in the field of critical and emergency Nursing.


  • Identify the current best practice on integrating the innovation, challenges and advances on management of airway.
  • Analyse the existing policy of fluid management on shock and reestablish the innovated policy of shock management.
  • create the awareness on ventilator management and prevention of complications associated with ventilator.
  • Incorporate current practices on poly trauma care with perspectives on advancement in care of multiple traumatic injury.
  • Prioritise the concept of early detection of arrhythmia and to minimize the progression of disease.
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