Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.)
Duration: 2 Years
Admission Process: Student Looking for Management seats can go for direct admission.
About the Course: Rajiv Gandhi University of Health and Sciences (RUGHS)
The P.B.B.Sc. program pursued for candidates interested in the field of Nursing. Nurses are healthcare professionals who are trained in taking care of patients, treating them, and assisting doctors in treatment and surgery. A qualified RN (Registered Nurse) is capable of administering preventive, promotive, curative, and rehabilitative services to patients and communities at large. The P.B.B.Sc students are given training on various aspects like emergency response, compassion, individual care and many more.
P.B.B.Sc students studying different topics such as Nursing Foundation, Nutrition & Dietetics, Biochemistry & Biophysics, Maternal Nursing, Child Health Nursing, English , Medical & Surgical Nursing, Community Health Nursing, Mental Health Nursing, Statistics , Microbiology, Sociology, Psychology and many other subjects.
Eligibility: Candidates wishing to apply for Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing (P.B.B.Sc.) course need to have qualified the GNM (General Nursing and Midwifery) course after attaining the 10+2 or equivalent qualification, preferably with Science subjects.
Program Educational Objectives
- Demonstrate competency in evidence based nursing practice based on the knowledge of behavioral and basic sciences.
- Demonstrate effective communication, leadership qualities, decision making abilities and managerial skills in providing care in various healthcare settings.
- Practice promotive, preventive, curative and restorative health care services adhering to ethical values.
- Engage in continuous professional and personal development
Program Outcomes/Graduate attributes: Post Basic B.Sc. Nursing
- Apply knowledge and critical thinking skills in evidence based nursing practice.
- Pactice comprehensive nursing care for individual and family in various healthcare settings.
- Communicate effectively and work in teams with client, family, community and healthcare professionals.
- Demonstrate leadership and teaching skills in nursing practice.
- Engage in continuous professional and personal development.
- Apply ethical principles in nursing practice.
- Contribute to the healthcare needs of the society through sustainable developmental programmes.
The aim of the undergraduate nursing programme is to
- Prepare graduates to assume responsibilities as professional, competent nurses and midwives in providing promotive, preventive, curative and rehabilitative services.
- Prepare nurses who can independent decisions in nursing situations, protect the rights of and facilitate individuals and groups in pursuit of health, function in the hospital , community nursing services and conduct research studies in the areas of nursing practice. They are also expected to assume the role of teacher, supervisor and Manager in a clinical / public health setting.
Healthcare setups are the main recruiters. Nurses can be seen working in healthcare setups like –
- Hospitals (Government and Private)
- Nursing Homes
- Rehabilitation Clinics/Centres
- Community Health Centres
Common job profiles available in front of nurses include (depending upon their qualification and specialization) –
- Chief Nursing Officer
- Assistant Nursing Officer
- Rehabilitation Specialist
- Critical Care Nurse
- Paramedic Nurse
- Nurse Manager
- Community Health Specialist
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