Union Health Minister JP Nadda said nursing courses can be blended with the flagship scheme skill India training courses to counter the shortage of nursing staff. Inaugurating the Indian Nursing Council Office Complex in New Delhi yesterday, Mr Nadda said government is committed to provide accessible, affordable and quality training to the nurses.
The Minister said that in harmony with the vision of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Skill India there is a need to ponder on how the

courses for skilling the nurses can be synced with the the programme. He emphasised that the nursing staff occupies important position in health care delivery.
Mr Nadda also launched two new nurse practitioner courses, one in critical care and the other in primary health care and a web-based Live Register for nurses.
He said training course for the nurses should be contextualised so that they are imparted education and knowledge of the Indian health care landscape.

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