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Sowmya.AV

Assistant Professor

Department of Child Health Nursing

Publications:
A research article on “Effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching Program on knowledge regarding impact of junk foods on obesity” in the Proceeding Journal of Dayananda Sagar University, Volume -1, December 2015, ISBN No 978-93-85682-06.
Paper Presentation:
Presented a scientific paper on “Effectiveness of Video Assisted Teaching Program on knowledge regarding impact of junk foods on obesity” in the National Conference on Emerging Trends in Health Care a Holistic Approach 2015.

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Conference Participation:
  1. Organized and Participated in an International Conference on Nursing Education and Training in a Global Context held at Dayananda Sagar College of Nursing, Bangalore on 28th March 2012.
  2. Organized and Participated in an International Conference on Convergence of Science, Engineering and Management in Education and Research – A Global Prospective held at Dayananda Sagar College of Nursing on 26th - 27th Sept 2013.
  3. Participated in a National Workshop on Application of Nursing Theories in Clinical Practice held at St. John’s College of nursing, Bangalore on 20th Feb 2014.
  4. Participated in the Nurses TOT on Tuberculosis under the GFATM-7 held at St. John’s College of nursing, Bangalore from 27th to 29th Oct 2014.
  5. Participated in the Apollo Life Savers Program conducted by Apollo Medskills on 18th March 2015.
  6. Organized and Participated in a National Conference on Emerging Trends in Health Care a Holistic Approach held at Dayananda Sagar University, 2015.
  7. Participated in a National Maternal & Neonatal Nursing Conference on 10th May 2016 organized by Cloudnine Hospitals, Bangalore.
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