Editorial Team

The City of Delhi witnessed a conference designed specifically for the nursing community – ‘New frontiers in Nursing – Sustained Growth & Opportunities’ presented by Healthjobs.One – India’s only healthcare job portal, an initiative by Medvarsity, Asia’s largest healthcare EdTech brand. Recognising that nurses are at the heart of healthcare system, Medvarsity CEO, Gerald Jaideep opened the session with an insightful keynote outlining the career path for a nurse in our country. He also spoke of the improved healthcare outcome with the availability of better-skilled nurses from the community.

Eminent speakers from healthcare and the nursing fraternity shared insights from their areas of expertise. The list of speakers included;

Prof. (Dr.) Bimla Kapoor – Chairperson, National Nursing Commission

Vinodh Krishnakutty – Nursing Director, Medanta the Medicity

Nomita Sarkar – Head of Nursing Services, Manipal Hospitals

Shallu Kakkar – VP Recruitment & Operations, Apollo Education UK

Maryline Flinsi- Nursing Principal, Apollo School of Nursing

The key themes of the event revolved around nursing and healthcare covering topics like Improving patient outcomes through workforce redeployment and diversification, Strategic imperatives for today’s nurse leaders, Nursing in India: awaiting a bright future, Effective manpower utilization, Emerging trends in nursing education, and more.

More than 100 senior and mid-level healthcare leaders attended the conference and approximately 3000 guests attended the Youtube live session. This collaborative nursing conference generated a positive dialogue on how the healthcare space of nursing has evolved in the past year and what the future has in store for it in terms of growth and development. With in-depth analysis of the current scenario of the nursing space, and in-depth and interactive Q&A session.

Speaking at the conference, Gerald Jaideep, CEO- Medvarsity said, “The HealthJobs.One Nursing Conference provided the platform to healthcare representatives to discuss and acknowledge the gap in the industry and make honest efforts to address it. It is inspiring to see the motivation for achieving the common goal of providing the equal opportunities to nursing professionals who are backbone of healthcare system. The main focus was to develop support programs for nursing professionals, implement team-based models to meet staffing demands, leveraging technology to streamline communication and optimize care delivery.”

Prof. ( Dr.) Bimla Kapoor Chairperson, National Nursing Commission, mentioned, “The HealthJobs.One Nursing Conference with its commitment to facilitate the best network between healthcare professionals and healthcare job market with this conference initiated a discussion focused on how nursing professionals are the most vital part of the healthcare system and the need to address their increasing recruitment, health financing, upskilling and training. The conference has ensured that the guests took away insights and direction that will enable them to plan better, and provide viable opportunities and scope of growth for our nurses.”

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