Nun wins prestigious HIV/AIDS nursing award in India

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An Indian Catholic Nun who is also a nurse has won a an esteemed worldwide honor for starting an uncommon educational programs to help with the palliative care of those living with HIV.

An Indian Catholic nun who is also a nurse has won a prestigious global award

The Association of Nurses in AIDS Care (ANAC) chose Sister Lourdu Mary Nagothu for creating and executing an educational programs in HIV/AIDS.

Sister Nagothu is an individual from the Bangalore area of the Sisters of Jesus, Mary and Joseph.

She will get the honor at a service on Nov. 4, amid the ANAC’s yearly meeting at Dallas, Texas in the United States.

“We are satisfied to salute you on being chosen as the beneficiary of ANAC’s Excellence in Global HIV Nursing Award,” said an Aug. 2 letter from the relationship, as announced by mangaloretoday.com.

Sister Nagothu is the chief of Nursing at Bel-Air Hospital and the primary of its College of Nursing at Panchgani, a slope station in the western Indian province of Maharashtra.

The clinic and nursing school is an Indian Red Cross Society extend oversaw by Missionary Congregation of the Blessed Sacrament clerics and in addition the Sisters of Jesus, Mary and Joseph.

The main cluster of therapeutic nursing understudies, who considered the religious woman’s educational programs, finished the course this year from the Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, as revealed.

The ANAC grant perceives a remarkable medical caretaker, particularly those working with restricted assets and who have essentially affected the group by advancing perfection in HIV nursing care, exceptional administration and advancement.