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    Item No.4 Rajasthan, India – 29 March 2012

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    The VIHASA programmes are generally well received in India but the feedback this time was even more enthusiastic than usual, the participants asking for more and regular sessions.

    Jointly organized by  The Global Hospital and Research Centre (GHRC), Mt Abu and the Brahma Kumaris Medical Wing, the modules  Positivity and Values were delivered to a group of 120 students and tutors of the  Sanjeevani College of Nursing in Udaipur, Rajasthan.

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    A VIHASA introduction

     

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    Informal sharing

    “This is a new experience for me and it helped me to understand myself and to know the spiritual values."

    “I will definitely apply these qualities in my life and always think positive..."

    “We learnt the importance being cheerful in any situation whilst caring for  patients."

    Item No.3 Maharashtra, India - 24 & 25 March 2012

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    Staff, Neel Endoscopic Clinic & Students, Vispute Nursing College, Panval, March 2012 .jpg

    Staff, Neel Endoscopic Clinic

    & Students,Vispute Nursing College

     

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    Pharmacy students, Vispute Pharmacy College

    On the 24 March 2012, trainers from The Global Hospital and Research Centre (GHRC)  ran the Values and Co-operation modules  to a mixed group of 40, students and tutors from The Vispute Nursing College and nursing staff from The Neel Endoscopic Clinic, Panval, Maharashtra.

    The next day the team ran the Values module for another 60 students at the Vispute Pharmacy College.  Some tutors who had attended on  previous day,enjoyed the programme so much that they decided to join in again.

    It was the first time they had experienced putting values into practice  in their day to day routine: “I learnt how to teach in a playful manner and I will do the same with my students so that the studies become easy for them."

     
     

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