Yashoda Sathish

Assistant Professor - Senior Scale

Department of Child Health Nursing

CURRENT ACADEMIC ROLE & RESPONSIBILITIES

    Mrs. Yashoda Sathish is working as Assistant Professor, Senior Scale in the Department of Child Health, MCON Manipal.
    • She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students
    • Is involved in planning, organizing, implementation and evaluation of curricular activities
    • Child Health Nursing subject coordinator - Fourth year BSc Nursing
    • Child Health Nursing subject coordinator – First year PBBSc Nursing
    • Is a College magazine committee member
    • Child Health Nursing Laboratory in-charge
    • Participates in research activities of the department
    • Guides the undergraduates and postgraduate students in their research activities

SUBJECTS CURRENTLY TEACHING

Subject Subject code Semester
Child health nursing PBN 308 I Year PBBSc Nursing
Child Health Nursing Specialty MSN 608 Second Year MSc Nursing
OBG Nursing Specialty MSN 606 Second Year MSc Nursing
Clinical Nursing II CCN 502 PB Diploma Critical Care Nursing
Supervision and Management CCN 503 PB Diploma Critical Care Nursing

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

Degree Specialisation Institute Year of passing
Workshop on administration, scoring and interpretation of Bayle Scale of Infant and Toddler 3rd edition Pearson clinical assessment, Bangalore 1st April 2017
Short term Course on “Geriatric Healthcare & Research" Manipal College of Nursing, Manipal as part of ICMR-DHR funded geriatric project. 14th to 28th February, 2017
Training course on Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) Counselling : 4 in I course (an Integrated Course on Breast Feeding, Complementary Feeding Infant Feeding &HIV and Growth Monitoring and certified as BPNI Infant &Young Child Feeding Counselling Specialist BPNI and Manipal College of Nursing Manipal 4th to 10th July 2014
Workshop on administration, scoring and interpretation of Bayle Scale of Infant and Toddler 3rd edition Pearson clinical assessment, Bangalore 6th & 7th April 2013
Master of Science in Nursing Nursing Manipal College of Nursing Manipal, Karnataka State, India 2008
Bachelor of Nursing Nursing Manipal College of Nursing Manipal, Karnataka State, India 2003

Experience

Institution / Organisation Designation Role Tenure
Department of Child Health Nursing Manipal College of Nursing Manipal Assistant Professor 2011 - Present
Manipal Academy of Higher Education Lecturer 2008 - 2011
Manipal Academy of Higher Education Assistant Lecturer 2004 - 2006
Neonatal Unit Kasturba Hospital Manipal Staff Nurse/Senior Staff Nurse 1986 - 2011

AREAS OF INTEREST, EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH

Area of Interest

Child Health Nursing , Neonatal Nursing Nursing Administration , Nutrition and Dietetics

Area of Expertise

Child Health Nursing ,Neonatal Nursing

Area of Research

Neonatal Nursing

Professional Affiliations & Contributions

  • Member of Trained Nurses Association of India.
  • Member of Indian Neonatal Nurses Association.
  • Member of National Neonatal Forum.

Achievements/Awards:

  • Received 2nd prize in Nurses Trivia held as part of International nurses day on 11th May 2018 in Manipal College of Nursing MAHE Manipal
  • “Best poster award” during KARNEOCON conference at Bangalore organized by National Neonatal Forum on 3rd and 4th March, 2018, titled: Role of Developmental Supportive Care (DSC) in stress level and behavioral organization of preterm infants born less than 32 weeks of gestation in tertiary care Neonatal Unit.
  • Best article published in Scopus indexed Journal, awarded during MCON Annual day program 2017, Tittle: Clinical Outcomes of Snuggle up Position Using Positioning Aids for Preterm (27-32 Weeks) Infants.

Research Grants:

  • Reasearch grant Rs. 1,00,000 cost positioning aid materials for Specific research plan for ChMV Developmental care positioning aids, on 24.7.2013 by Philips Electronic India limited

Assessing the Knowledge on Health Promotion among Primary School Children in selected Rural Schools of Udupi Taluk, Karnataka

2017-01-12 Akshatha Nayak Mamatha Shivananda Pai

The Nursing Journal of India, 247-49, Volume 58, no.6.

Clinical Outcomes of Snuggle up Position Using Positioning Aids for Preterm (27-32 Weeks) Infants

2017-01-03 Edward Lewis, Leslie Judith Angelitta Noronha Anice George Baby S Nayak Mamatha Shivananda Pai Bhat, Ramesh Purkayastha, Jayashree

Iranian Journal of Neonatology. 8(1) pno.1.6

Tobacco Use among Migrant Adolescents of Udupi District, Karnataka: A Survey of Knowledge, Attitude and Pattern of Use

2016-01-12 D'Silva, Sara Baby S Nayak

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 7 (2). pp. 27-30. ISSN 0976-5506

Effectiveness of game based learning on knowledge of health promotion among primary school children– a quasi-experimental study.

2015-01-12 Nayak, Akshatha Mamatha Shivananda Pai

International Journal of Current Research, 7 (9). pp. 20658-20661. ISSN 0975-833X

Reproductive health problems and health seeking behaviour among adolescent girls of Udupi district, Karnataka.

2015-01-06 Pavithran, Swetha Sangeetha Priyadarshini Baby S Nayak

Manipal Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 1 (2). pp. 87-90. ISSN 2395-1397

Health Related Quality of Life of Children with Chronic Illness.

2015-01-01 Kumar, Vini S Baby S Nayak

The Nursing Journal of India (3). pp. 125-127.

Knowledge of commonly used OTC drugs among mothers of children in Udupi District Karnataka.

2014-01-12 Philip, Daisy T Baby S Nayak

I-manager’s Journal on Nursing, 4 (1). pp. 18-22. ISSN 2231-4504

Practices and factors influencing over the counter drugs among mothers of children Udupi

2012-01-01 T Daisy Philip Baby S Nayak

Indian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, pg. 162-165.

Effectiveness of kangaroo mother care on physiological parameters of low birth weight infants in NICU, KH Manipal

2011-01-01 Mamatha Shivananda Pai Sangeetha Priyadarshini

Indian Journal of Nursing.

Promoting developmental supportive care in preterm infants and families in a level III neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) setting in India.

July 01, 2019 Yashoda Sathish Dr Judith Angelitta Noronha Lewis, Leslie Dr Mamatha Shivananda Pai Dr Baby S Nayak

Nurse Education in Practice, 40. pp. 1-8. ISSN 1471-5953

Breast Feeding Practices-An Exploratory Survey among Mothers of Infants.

January 01, 2019 Yashoda Sathish Binu Margaret E Dr Mamatha Shivananda Pai Sheela Shetty

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 10 (3). pp. 253-257. ISSN 0976-0245

Mortality and morbidity among preterm neonates in neonatal intensive care unit.

January 01, 2018 Yashoda Sathish Lewis, Leslie Dr Mamatha Shivananda Pai Binu Margaret E Sangeetha Priyadarshini

Online Journal of Health and Allied Sciences, 17 (3). pp. 1-4. ISSN 0972-5997

Factors of skipping breakfast and association between skipping breakfast and academic achievement of nursing students.

January 01, 2018 Yashoda Sathish Dr Baby S Nayak Haldar, Pratiti

Indian Journal of Public Health Research & Development, 9 (6). pp. 118-124. ISSN 0976-0245

A study to assess the reproductive health problems and health seeking behaviour and the effectiveness of information booklet on reproductive health among adolescent girls in selected Schools of Udupi district Karnataka

2013-01-01

MSc nursing 2011-2013 batch. A descriptive survey conducted in Government High Schools and PU Colleges of Udupi in January to February2013 total of 400 adolescent girls age group of 14-18 years were interviewed with structured knowledge questionnaire.

A study to assess the knowledge on prevention and control of infection in neonatal intensive care unit among nursing personnel

2015-11-08 Divyalatha

Divyalatha, Post basic diploma in Neonatal nursing. A study to assess the knowledge on prevention and control of infection in neonatal intensive care unit among forty nursing personnel in May 2012, A descriptive survey design was used. The findings of the study revealed that, majority 24(60%) subjects had good knowledge, 16(40%) subjects had very good knowledge (17-24) and none of the subjects were in the poor knowledge (0-8) category.

Effectiveness of planned teaching program on urinary tract infection among adolescent school girls in a selected school at Udupi district

2010-01-01

BSc. Nursing. A study was conducted among adolescent school girls (n=200). The major findings of the study were : Most (93%) of the adolescent girls belonged to 13 years of age. Majority (99%) of the adolescent school girls belonged to 8th standard of education. Majority (65%) of the adolescent school girls had moderate health related information. Most (93%) of the adolescent girls belonged to 13 years of age. Majority (99%) of school girls belongs to 8th standard of education. Majority (65%) of them had moderate health related information. Obtained pre-test mean score was 19.63, whereas the post-test mean score was 33.82. The obtained p value was<0.001. There was significant difference between pre and post values.

    Avadhi poorva janisidha shishuvina aaraike (Care of Preterm neonates)

    2016-01-11

    Article in Udayavani health magazine

    Stana pana (Breast Feeding)

    2015-01-11

    Article in Udayavani health magazine

    Stana pana (Breast Feeding)

    2014-01-09

    Article in Udayavani health magazine

    Kangaroo aaraike (Kangaroo Care)

    2013-01-01

    Article in Udayavani health magazine