Bodhi Health modules accredited for CNE

Stakeholder Information Release

Bodhi Health Education (Bodhi) is happy to share that 25 online modules on MEDLEARN eLearning platform have been vetted and approved for Continuing Nursing Education by the Tamil Nadu Nurses and Midwives Council (TNNMC). The MoU between TNNMC and Bodhi has been signed on March 9, 2021. Nurses will be awarded credit hours to help them to fulfill their CNE requirements for license renewal

 These 25 modules are in the areas of:

  1. Basic & Advanced nursing procedures 
  2. Critical Care
  3. Infection Control
  4. Medication Management 
  5. Patient Safety under International Patient Safety Goals (IPSG) developed by Joint Commission International (JCI) 

The modules have been evaluated by the Continuing Nursing Education (CNE) Committee at TNNMC after extensive reviews with Bodhi Nursing Education Team led by Mrs. Shoba Geoge.  Under the MoU the modules will be available as CNE resource for 3 years from March 2021 to March 2024. The MEDLEARN platform is expected to benefit approximately 80,000 – 100,000 active nurses serving across the healthcare system in Tamil Nadu.

Further to support the CNE during the difficult Covid-19 period nurses would be able to avail the benefit of free access till September 2021.

In 2020 B.Sc. (Nursing) and GNM students in Tamil Nadu extensively used Nursing SMARTCLASS Platform.

We are thankful to Prof. Dr. (Mrs.) S. Ani Grace Kalaimathi, Registrar, TNNMC and her team to facilitate this process and look forward to a fruitful association going forward. 

Bodhi Health Education has been working with leading nursing councils/associations and State Department of Health including:

  • Assam Nurses and Midwives Council
  • Delhi Nursing Council
  • Departments of Health, Government of Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Maharashtra
  • Department of Health, Ladakh Autonomous Hill Development Council, UT of Ladakh
  • National Nursing Association Indonesia (AIPNI)

About Bodhi Health Education

Bodhi Health Education is an innovative technology-based medical education venture founded in 2013. Bodhi’s digital training and education solutions including artificial intelligence-based games, demonstrative eLearning modules, technical & psychometric assessments. Bodhi has been working with Nursing Councils, Academic Institutions, Public and Private Healthcare Providers in India and South East Asia. The venture has been supported by International Finance Corporation under the TechEmerge Program, IIM Ahmedabad’s Center for Innovation Incubation and Entrepreneurship, IIM Calcutta Innovation Park, Village Capital USA, Innovations in Healthcare Network and SEAD Accelerator at Duke University, USA. 

If you represent a nursing council, nursing association, leading university or academic institution offering nursing programs please write to us at abhinav@bodhihealthedu.org or call at +919999590443 to learn how our product portfolio can help in better classroom nursing education & CNE.


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