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Nursing Admission Procedure Started from 15 July 2021 (Revised)

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Nursing College Admission Circular for Session 2020-2021:

BSc in Nursing, Diploma in Nursing Science and Midwifery and Diploma in Midwifery admission circular has been published today. The register of BNMC, Suraya Begun has declared this notice on their official website www.bnmc.gov.bd. Students can apply for above any discipline from the 15-July-2021 in any government or public college. If you want to apply for the Nursing and Midwifery course, you can apply here easily following our instructions carefully. Here, you will get the complete application procedures, admit card, seat plan, and application link.

According to the BNMC admission circular, Student of any group in SSC and HSC can apply for Diploma in Nursing. Only Science backgrounded students can apply for BSc in Nursing. The application deadline and link have been given below.

  • Online Application Date Start: 15-July-2021
  • Online Application Last Date: 26-August-2021
  • Application Fee Submit Last Date: 27-August-2021
  • Admit Card Download Date: Will be published soon.
  • Admission Test Date: This will be published soon as tentative date of Exam might be on 01 October 2021.
  • Application Fee: 700 taka for BSc and 500 taka for Diploma in Nursing.
  • Application Link: http://bnmc.teletalk.com.bd



Pictures of SNC

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Administrative Building and Academic premises at Sneha Nursing College of Rangpur

Anticipate changing patient needs

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To ensure that patient needs are met and that patients flow smoothly through the clinic process, staff look ahead on the schedule to identify patient needs for a given day or week. This advance planning allows the clinic staff time to arrange for specific equipment or tests that may be needed either prior to or at the time of the visit.

Changes for Improvement

Plan the Visit

Preventive medicine and chronic care guidelines are examples of prompts that can be embedded electronically or used manually to generate information that the care team needs on the day of the clinic visit. The prompt tells the care team that the patient may be due for a sigmoidoscopy, flu shot and pneumococcal vaccine, or a HgA1c test for diabetes, for example.

Obtain and Prepare All Required Information, Equipment, and Supplies Prior to the Patient-Provider Interaction

Obtain and prepare all required information, equipment, and supplies prior to the day of an appointment whenever possible. This removes work on the day of the appointment and allows for advance planning for special resources required to meet the patient’s needs.

Use a “chart check” as an inspection step prior to the synchronization point (physician entering exam room) to reduce the chances that physicians (a scarce resource) and patients (the key customer) will have to wait for necessary information (e.g., lab results or diagnostic tests, etc.) at the time of the visit.

A clinician can make note of the critical elements necessary for the next visit. Staff can then ensure that these critical elements are available or reschedule the follow-up visit rather than create a wasted visit. Staff can use the reason for visit or prior office note to anticipate equipment needs such as cryo machine for warts, “eye cart” for corneal abrasion, etc. 

Create a Reminder System for Planned Care

As part of a planned approach to care for all patients (e.g., those with chronic conditions as well as all patients needing screening and preventive services), a reminder system can be used to trigger a specific care team/patient interaction. Automatic systems that are generated from an electronic medical record or registry are especially effective, but the same concept can be used with manual systems. The triggering system prompts staff to schedule some type of interactions (e.g., phone call, visit appointment, email communication, etc.) with the patient at a prescribed time.


Stay on top of pharmacy trends

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As Directions in Pharmacy we enter its second decade, we are proud of our publication’s continuing role in educating the marketplace on the speciality. Our speciality pharmacy readers are amongst the most informed in health care.

One of our publication goals is to be your ‘go to’ resource for evolving trends. To stay on top of those trends, we urge you to register on our website or 1 of our social media channels to receive our industry-focused emails and other information resources. You can get real-time updates on the business and profession of special pharmacy and special products.

Below are special pharmacy’s top trend:

New Specialty Products and Continued Growth

Special pharmacy became a reality as the result of the emergence of new drug approvals for disease states that lacked adequate therapy or no therapy at all. These new therapies have resulted in eradicating diseases or extending the lives or quality of those lives of millions of individuals. Special products have given hope and relief, and our speciality industry continues to expand and evolve as a result of new drug approvals.

Expect that over the course of the next several years’ products in the categories of oncology, autoimmune disorders, and diabetes will drive therapeutic growth. In a recent IQVIA report, it was pointed out that while speciality medicines were only 2.2% of the prescription volume it is projected that by the end of 2020 speciality medications will account for nearly 50% of the nation’s drug spending.