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2019

The campaign message of World Physical Therapy Day 2019 was ‘Chronic Pain’ and as a ritual like previous years, Nopany Institute of Healthcare Studies (NIHS) adoptedthe theme of the WCPT to celebrate World Physical Therapy Day. The day marks the unity and solidarity of the Global Physiotherapy community. It provides a platform to recognise the work that Physiotherapists do for their patients and community.

This year the World Physical Therapy Day 2019celebration took place in two phases. The first phase was Poster competition among the students of NIHSwith the theme topic ‘Chronic Pain’ and the second phase was Physiotherapy awareness campaign in community on Chronic Pain.

8th September provided us an opportunity to educate ourselves and interact with each other to share our views about chronic pain.

PHASE 1- POSTER MAKING AND PRESENTATION

Some undergraduate physiotherapy students enthusiastically participated in a poster competition. The students represented their house and topics were different regions of the body; Cervical spine/ neck pain; Low back pain, Knee pain and shoulder pain. The posters were hand painted mainly and described the physiology of pain, causes and sources of chronic pain and management of chronic pain. 64 students participated and put up 16 posters, 4 per group. They presented their posters and it was a commendable group effort. Students were judged based on their concept, knowledge, display and presentation and ability to handle questions.

Keeping in mind our service towards the community, NIHS team conducted a physiotherapy campaign to make the patients aware on the role of physiotherapy in chronic pain and how they can lead a pain free life. To educate people and spread awareness on chronic pain we distributed the flyers and campaign materials which were shared by the WCPT. We also translated the posters in two vernacular languages- Bengali and Hindi Version so that the local people can read and understand clearly the message that we are trying to spread.

PHASE 2 - AWARENESS IN COMMUNITY ABOUT ROLE OF PHYSIO IN CHRONIC PAIN

80 undergraduate and post-graduate physiotherapy students and faculty members participated in the event. Two teams were created. One team of 40 physiotherapy students and faculty members conducted a home to home campaign. This team reached the community where people were unaware on the role physiotherapy in pain management. We visited round 50-60 families in Ward no 24, and Ward no 26 in Girish Park area, North Kolkata, West Bengal and found that in most of homes, one or the other family members suffered from a painful conditions like Lumbar Spondylosis, loss of movement due to Adhesive Capsulitis, Osteoarthritis Knee, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Cervical spondylosis, etc, but had ignored the pain due to the influence of myths and disbelieves. We spoke to each patient and found some patients had been ignoring their suffering as they believed that surgery was their last resort.

The second team set up a camp at North Kolkata Ananda Bashar Club located in Beadon Street, Kolkata, West Bengal. One of the patients who visited our campaign site had been suffering from chronic low back pain with radiation to his left legand could walk with difficulty. He was a young boy in his early twenties, doing a front desk job and had not paid any heed to his condition as he understood that there was no real cure for his condition and now. We did a preliminary examination and discovered he has a Lumbar Disc Prolapse, so we had advised him to undergo physiotherapy treatment. Our motto was to break the myths about chronic pain, educate people about the control measuresand explain the benefits of exercise for chronic pain. Flyers were distributed to around 500 people and those who suffered from chronic pain were advised to visit Nopany Physiotherapy Clinic for a detailed assessment and physiotherapy treatment which would be provided to them free of cost for 10 sessions as a part of the campaign.

We concluded the program with a positive feeling that we couldspread the message on the role of Physiotherapy in combating challenges of chronic pain and provide effective methods in control of their conditions, increase their activity levels and improve their quality of life.

NIHS team at awareness campaign at at North Kolkata Ananda Bashar Club, Beadon Street, Kolkata on World Physical Therapy Day 2019

NIHS team at awareness campaign at at North Kolkata Ananda Bashar Club, Beadon Street, Kolkata on World Physical Therapy Day 2019

NIHS team at awareness campaign at at North Kolkata Ananda Bashar Club, Beadon Street, Kolkata on World Physical Therapy Day 2019

NIHS team at awareness campaign at at North Kolkata Ananda Bashar Club, Beadon Street, Kolkata on World Physical Therapy Day 2019

NIHS team at awareness campaign at at North Kolkata Ananda Bashar Club, Beadon Street, Kolkata on World Physical Therapy Day 2019

NIHS team at awareness campaign at at North Kolkata Ananda Bashar Club, Beadon Street, Kolkata on World Physical Therapy Day 2019

NIHS team on World Physical Therapy Day 2019

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News & Events

  • October 2021

    06.10.2021 - Prof. Shabnam Agarwal received DEVI AWARD for her contribution in literary and academic discipline. The award was given by SAKHI (Vishwa Gujrati Sakhi Samaj), Gujrat Samaj, Sahitya Times and Bharatiya Bhasha Parisad.

  • September 2021

    22.09.2021 - 3rd BPT Practical Examination Commenced.

    18.09.2021 - Call for scientific articles, stories, poems, sketches, drawings, photographs for SANKALP VOL - XVI.

    18.09.2021 - BPT 2016 batch result declared, 22 distinctions out of 32 students passed.

    17.09.2021 - Prof. Shabnam Agarwal, Director Education, NIHS featured in Radio 91.9 friends FM

    13.09.2021 - 3rd BPT Theory Examination Commenced

    04.09.2021 - NIHS, MPT 2020 batch started clinical posting at Woodlands Hospitals.

  • August 2021

    21.08.2021 - College Committee meetings.
    Anti-Ragging Committee meeting held to form the Anti Ragging Squad.
    Library Committee meeting held to review the regulations, purchase of new books.
    Library Committee meeting held to review the regulations, purchase of new books.

    21.08.2021 - College Core Committee meeting was held to review the implementation of decisions taken at college committees.

    15.08.2021 - NIHS celebrated 75th Independence Day. Prof. Shabnam Agarwal, Director Education NGI, hoist the flag.

    13.08.2021 - Free Post COVID 19 Physiotherapy Consultations: NIHS initiated the Free Physiotherapy Consultation (Link with writeup).

  • August 2021

    09.08.2021 - NIHS students started BPT internship at Woodlands Hospitals, Kolkata.

    02.08.2021 - 1st, 2nd and 3rd-year practical examination begins from 2nd August 2021

  • July 2021

    1st Year, 2nd Year & Final Year Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) July - Aug 2021 Examination was commenced.

  • June 2021

    1st Internal Theory for 1st year (2020 Batch), 2nd Internal Theory & Practical for 2nd year (2018 Batch) & 3rd Internal Theory & Practical for 3rd year (2017 Batch) was conducted.

    12.06.2021 - Research & Publication committee, Internal Complaints Committee, Career counselling committee & Extra-Curricular committee meeting was conducted.

    07.06.2021 - Micro-Teaching class was conducted by Dr. GRC & Dr. MS

    02.06.2021 - Webinar of COVID 19 Rehabilitation was conducted.

  • May 2021

    28.05.2021 - Micro-Teaching class was conducted by Dr. GRC, Dr. MS & Dr. SC

    Postponement of all scheduled (postgraduate & Undergraduate Examinations) to start from May 2021 or ongoing under the WBUHS, considering the present COVID-19 pandemic situation

    15.05.2021 - Curriculum Committee Meeting was conducted.

  • April 2021

    30.04.2021 - Examination Committee Meeting was conducted.

    Final BPT, BOT & BPO Examination on May - June,2021 Examination was commenced.

    1st year Bachelor of Physiotherapy (BPT) April - May 2021 Examination was commenced.

    08.04.2021 - Board of Academics Meeting to discuss about the academic progression.

    02.04.2021 - Office picnic attended by staff and faculties with their families at ‘Prosenjit Bagan Bari’, South 24 Parganas.

  • March 2021

    08.03.2021 - Offline Practical Internal Examination for Final BPT 2016 Batch.

    22.03.2021 - Offline Theory Internal Examinations 2nd BPT & 3rd BPT.

  • February 2021

    Offline Practical Classes for the Final BPT 2016 Batch.

    12.02.2021 - 1st BPT March-April University Examination results were published and 18 students received distinction.

  • January 2021

    04.01.2021 - College Reopens

    On the occasion of the 158th Birth Anniversary of Swami Vivekananda, NIHS students celebrated the National Youth Day Online by presenting posters on the life of Swami Vivekananda and reciting poems to pay homage to Swamiji.

    15.01.2021 - The final MPT Examination 2020 results were published.

    15.01.2021 - The 2nd BPT February-March 2020 Examination results were published & 9 students received the distinction.

    Online celebrations of of Republic Day

  • December 2020

    03.12.2020 - Online Poster presentation to celebrate the World Disability Day .

    12.12.2020 - NPR group had conducted a campus interview at NIHS & 3 students were selected.

    23.12.2020 - 03.01.2021 - Winter vacation had been started.

  • November 2020

    Conducted an Intra-College Competition for UG students (what were they competing?) on Microsoft Team.

    05.11.2020 - MPT 2020 University Theory & Practical Examination commenced.

    06.11.2020 - The Final BPT 1st Internal Theory Examination commenced.

    22.11.2020 - Offline Practical Classes were started for 1st BPT 2019 Batch

  • October 2020

    12.10.2020 - 2nd BPT 2019 University Practical Examination was commenced.

  • September 2020

    03.09.2020 - IEC Meeting to discuss MPT research proposals.

    08.09.2020 - Poster presentation to Celebrate World Physiotherapy Day through an Online Platform.

  • August 2020

    24.08.2020 - 1st BPT March-April 2020 University Online Theory Examination commenced.

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