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  2. 2. Introduction Define the regulatory bodies, professional organization and union self defence To understand the role of regulatory bodies, its types, purposes, goals and functions. OBJECTIVES
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION TO REGULATORY BODIES  Regulatory agencies are usually a part of the executive branch of the government of they have statutory authority.  Regulatory authorities are commonly set up to enforce standards and safely.
  4. 4. DEFINITION OF REGULATORY BODY “Regulatory body is a public organization or government agency responsible for excersing autonomous authority over some areas of human activity in a regulatory or supervising capacity” OR “Regulatory body is the formal organization designated by a statute or an authorized government agency to implement the regulatory forms and process whereby order, consistency and control are brought to the profession and its practice”
  5. 5. VITAL ROLE OF REGULATORY BODY To support and assist professional members Set and enforce standards of nursing practice Monitor and enforce standards of nursing practice To ensure the publics right to quality health care service Monitor and enforce standards for nursing education Set the requirement for registration of nursing professionals.
  6. 6. PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS  The professional organization provides a means through which united efforts can be made to elevate standards of nursing education and practice.
  7. 7. GOALS OF PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS  To bring nursing organizations together in a world wide body.  To advance the socio economic status of the nurses and the profession of nursing world wide.  To influence domestic health policy.  To focus for a better carrier for nurses.
  8. 8. MAJOR TYPES OF REGULATING BODIES AT CENTRE AND STATE LEVEL International Council Of Nurses (ICN) American Nurses Association (ANA) Indian Nursing Council (INC) State Nursing Council (SNC) Trained Nurses Association Of India (TNAI) Student nurses association (SNA)
  9. 9. INTERNATIONAL COUNCIL OF NURSES (ICN)  Founded in 1899, 135 members.  Headquarters in Geneva, Switzerland.  Worlds first largest international organization for health.  Represents 16 million international nurses  130 national nurses organization.  The main purpose of the ICN is to provide a mean through which the national association can share their interest in the promotion of heath and care of the sick.
  10. 10. OBJECTIVE OF ICN  Quality nursing care for all.  Sound health policies.  Advancement of nursing knowledge.  Competent and satisfied workforce.
  11. 11. FUNCTIONS OF ICN  To ensure quality nursing care for all.  To improve the advancement of nursing knowledge.  To formulate the code of ethics of nurses.  Promote the development of strong national nurses association.  To improve the standard and status of nursing and competence of nurses.  To serve as authoritative voice for nurses and nursing internationally.
  12. 12. AMERICAN NURSES ASSOCIATION  Founded in 1896, based in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA.  Represents RN’s of USA.  Professional organization to advance and protect nursing profession.
  13. 13. FUNCTIONS OF ANA Establish standards of practice, nursing education and services Establish a ethical code of conduct Ensure a system of credentialing Support systematic study, evaluation and research in nursing Conduct an affirmative action program
  14. 14. INDIAN NURSING COUNCIL (INC)  The Indian Nursing Council is an Autonomous Body, under the Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family welfare, Constituted by the central government under section 3(1) of the Indian Nursing Council Act, 1947 of parliament to establish a uniform standard of training for nurses, midwives and health visitors.
  15. 15. CONT…  Founded: 31st December 1947  Sector: Nursing, Nurse Education  Headquarters: New Delhi  Parent Agency: Ministry Of Health And Family Welfare
  16. 16. AIMS OF INC  To establish a uniform standard of training for nurse midwives and health visitors.  To be the regulatory body for nurse and nursing education in India.  To upgrade and develop the nursing education.
  17. 17. PURPOSES OF INC PURPOSES OF INC Uniform standards for education Nurses registration Registration of foreign nurses Indian nursing register
  18. 18. FUNCTIONS OF INC FUNCTIONS OFINC Prescribe syllabus/curriculum Implement syllabus Inspection of exam centers Inspection of nursing schools and colleges Maintain Indian nurses register Withdrawal of recognition
  19. 19. STATE NURSING COUNCIL (SNC)  The state nurses and midwives council was established in 1948 under the provision of nurse and midwives act with the purpose of better training for nurses, midwives and health visitors.  It works as an Autonomous body under the government of respective state, department of health and family welfare.
  20. 20. FUNCTIONS OF SNC Registration and granting certificate to qualified person. Regulation of training program Granting recognition to training institutes Conduct all the nursing courses and periodical inspection
  21. 21. TRAINED NURSES ASSOSIATION OF INDIA (TNAI)  It is national association of nurses.  Formed in 1905 at Lucknow.  At the annual conference held in Mumbai in 1908, a decision was taken to establish Trained Nurses association and was inaugurated in 1909, and was affiliated by INC in 1912.
  22. 22. AIMS OF TNAI Upgrading development and standardization of nursing education Improvement of living and working conditions of nurse in India Registration of qualified nurse
  23. 23. FUNCTIONS OF TNAI To publish Nursing Journal of India To raise funds Scholarship for educationWelfare Funds Professional visits
  24. 24. ORGANIZATION OF TNAI President Vice President Treasurer Secretary
  25. 25. STUDENT NURSES ASSOCIATION OF INDIA (SNA)  SNA is a nation-wide organization of nursing students.  It was established in 1929 at the annual conference of TNAI in Madras.
  26. 26. OBJECTIVE OF SNA  To uphold the dignity and ideals of the profession.  Encourage leadership ability.  Increase the student social contact and knowledge.  Provide a special session.  Promote a corporative spirit.  Furnish nurses.
  27. 27. PURPOSE AND FUNCTION To help student nurses learn how the professional organization serve. To promote a close rapport. To encourage leadership ability.
  28. 28. PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY Organization of Meeting and Conferences Maintenance of SNA Dairy Exhibition and Fund Raising Public Speaking and Writing
  29. 29. COMMITTEES OF SNA 1. Hostel committee and Mess committee 2. Treasurer committee 3. Counseling committee 4. Health committee 5. Cultural committee 6. Discipline committee 7. Editorial committee 8. Sports committee
  30. 30. UNIONS SELF DEFENCE  “ An union is a formal group that works through a collective bargaining agent to present desires to management formally, through the legal context of the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB)”
  32. 32. PURPOSES OF UNIONS  Satisfied in workplace  Feeling powerless  Job stress  Increased physical demands  Need for communicating  Issues related to jobs
  33. 33. Role of unions  To know the legal rights and rights of the manager  To act clearly within the law  To report to NLRB if a manager acts unlawfully  To have information of regular meetings  To set meetings time conveniently
  34. 34. ADVANTAGES OF UNIONS  Improving work environment  Promoting legislation  Better work contracts  Supporting mentoring programs
  35. 35. DISADVANTAGES OF UNIONS  Restricted membership  Lack of authority  Management conflicts  Divided loyalty  Possibility of not accepting nurses advancement
  36. 36. CONCLUSION  Regulatory bodies, professional organization and union self defence oversee, with almost all covering health care quality and safety and others encompassing issues related to reputation, respect and trust.  These inconsistencies have significant implications for professional mobility, patient safety and quality of care.
  37. 37. BIBLIOGRAPHY  Soni Samta, Textbook of Advance Nursing practice, 1st ed. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (p) Ltd; 2013  Shebeer. P. Basheer, S. Yaseen Khan, a concise textbook for Advanced Nursing Practice, 4th ed. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2014  Navdeep Kaur Brar, HC Rawat, Textbook of Advanced Nursing Practice, 1st ed. Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers; 2014