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BHARATI VIDYAPEETH (DEEMED TO BE) UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF NURSING, DHANKAWADI, PUNE – 411043
STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION HEALTH COMMITTEE 2018-19
REPORT ON: “SAFE HANDS” – WORKSHOP ON INFECTION CONTROL
“SAFE HANDS” Workshop on Infection Control was organized on 10th January 2019
by Bharati Vidyapeeth (Deemed to be) University, College of Nursing, Pune,
Student Nurses Association in collaboration with Bharati Vidyapeeth Medical
College Hospital & Research Centre, Infection Control Department and Bharati
Vidyapeeth College of Nursing, Department of Medical Surgical Nursing under the
stewardship of Principal Dr. Khurshid Jamadar between 12:30 PM to 3:00 PM at
the Conference Hall, Bharati Vidyapeeth College of Nursing, Dhankawadi, Pune.
Esteemed resource persons comprised of Dr. Anuradha Tolpadi Madam, MD, DCP, Associate Professor, Microbiology
Dept. (Infection Control Officer) Infection Control Dept. and Dr Abhijeet Mane, MD, Assistant Professor, Microbiology
Dept. (Coordinator ),Infection Control Dept. and the team of Infection Control Nurses together with Mr.Sujitkumar
Landge, Acting Incharge, Mr.Ritesh Chavan, Ms. Swapnali Waghapure, Ms.Sukanya Gajbar, Mrs.Tanuja Shilawat,
Mr.Sureskumar and Mr.Pankaj Rajguru.
The workshop was commenced by awarding a floral
bouquet to the resource persons by the hands of the
Principal as a gesture of welcome followed by a message
on the Importance of Infection Control in Nursing was
presented by Dr. Khurshid Jamadar Madam to the eagerly
A detailed Lecture on Infection Control was addressed by Dr. Anuradha Tolpadi Madam which consisted of
comprehensive aspects mentioned in the workshop and it provided an insight for the students regarding the core
concept of the program.
Washing of hands properly is one of the most important things to do to help prevent and control the spread of many
illnesses. Good hand hygiene will reduce the risk of things like flu, food poisoning and healthcare associated infections
being passed from person to person. But remembering the steps is always a big puzzlement. Therefore, students of third
Year BSc Nursing performed a Dance on the Steps of Hand Washing.
There were 05 aspects and contents included in the workshop which covered detailed theoretical, practical and skill
related features of Infection Control. There were in total 04 Skill Stations divided among 115 nursing students each
consisting of a group of 30 students set at each skill station. The Skill Station consisted of Hand Rub-Hand Wash,
Biomedical Waste Management, Needle Stick Injury, Blood Spill Management and Personal Protective Equipment.
A Question-Answer Session was intermittently placed to help students clarify their doubts and understand key points
with regular intervals. The closing session included a summarization of the entire workshop by Dr. Abhijeet Mane Sir and
the team which helped the student recollects important points associated with each skill station.
The program was concluded with a Vote of Thanks by Mr. Shailesh Pokharkar (SNA Health Representative) and
Valedictory session upon which the Resource Persons and Organizing Committee members were awarded with a Token
of Appreciation Certificate.
The workshop concluded successfully.
Mr. Larry Bobby Wagh
Health Committee Incharge,
BV(DU) College of Nursing, Pune