Vinish V

Assistant Professor

Department of Community Health Nursing

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Working as Assistant Professor in the department of Community Health Nursing, MCON Manipal. 

 

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Community Health Nursing PBN 402 II Year PBBSc Nursing
Biochemistry BSN 102 I BSc Nursing
Biochemistry PBN 303 I Year PBBSc Nursing
Introduction to Education PBN 406 II Year PBBSc Nursing
Community Health Nursing BSN 205 II Year BSc Nursing

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
MSc Nursing Community Health Nursing Dr.M.V.Shetty College of Nursing, Mangalore 2013
BSc Nursing Nursing City College of Nursing Shakthinagar, Mangalore 2008

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Manipal College of Nursing Manipal Assistant Professor March 12, 2018 till date
Manipal College of Nursing Manipal Lecturer August 1, 2015 to March 11, 2018
Dr.M.V.Shetty College of nursing, Mangalore Lecturer 28 May 2013 to 31 July 2015
Indira College of Nursing, Mangalore from 11-1-2010 to 30-08-2010. Assistant Lecturer 11 January 2010 to 30 August 2010
City Hospital, Mangalore Staff Nurse 19 November 2008 to 30 November 2009

Effectiveness of planned teaching programme on prevention of waterborne diseases among children in a selected rural upper primary school at Mangalore, Dakshina Kannada, Karnataka state.

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A study to assess the knowledge of mothers of under five chil dren regarding importance programme at selected PHC at Mangalore

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AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Community Health Nursing, Nursing Research , Nursing Education

Area of Expertise

Community Health Nursing, Nursing Research, Nursing Education

Area of Research

Environmental studies, Child care

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

RESOURCE PERSON
• Resource person on workshop conducted by Fisheries Development Corporation of India on “FIRST AID IN EMERGENCY” in Mangalore.
• Resource person on GFATM TON on Tuberculosis Management at St.John’s College Of Nursing, Bangalore.

EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
• NSS Programme Officer from 28/6/2013 to 31/7/2015.
• RGUHS NODAL OFFICER of anti tobacco unit on 9/12/13 to 31/7/2015.

Knowledge, Stress and Coping Patterns of Grandmothers in Child-Rearing Practices.

2018-01-04 Reena M D’Silva Ansuya

Journal of Clinical and Diagnostic Research; volume 12, issue 4, page YC01-YC05

Knowledge on Heart Smart Diet among Hypertensive Clients in Selected Urban Areas of Mangalore City

2018-01-01 Abin P Simon Vimala Prasad

Journal of Public Health Research & Development, Vol. 9, No. 1, 221-225.

Knowledge on Effects of Substance Abuse among Adolescents - A Descriptive Study

2018-01-01 Vimala Prasad

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, Vol. 9, No. 1,232-237.

Effectiveness of Foot Reflexology on anxiety among primigravid mothers in a selected rural area at Mangalore

2017-01-01 Nijina,K.V

Manipal Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 3(2), 32-37.

Effectiveness of aerobic exercises on depression: An experimental study on old age at Mangalore.

2017-01-01 Sooraj,K

Manipal Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 4(2), 43-49.

Mother’s knowledge on immunization schedule of her child - A descriptive Survey

2016-01-01

Manipal Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 2(2), 41-45.

Effectiveness of planned teaching programme (PTP) on prevention of waterborne diseases among school children

2016-01-01 Vimala Prasad

International Journal of Current Research, 8, (02), 26881-26885.

Knowledge and attitude of married women towards contraceptives residing in selected slums of Udupi district.

June 01, 2019 Vinish V Mrs. Sowmya Ansuya

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. Volume 10, issue 6; 302 - 306.

Knowledge and support of Family Members in the Management of Diabetes Mellitus among Diabetic Adults.

January 01, 2018 Vinish V Athul Jayan Neha Patil Dr. Malathi G Nayak Praveen Priyal Jovita Noronha Wilma Sandra D’ souza

Indian Journal of Public Health Research and Development. Volume 9, issue 8; 163 - 168