Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)

by UDHAVUM ULLANGAL PUBLIC CHARITABLE TRUST
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Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Cancer Screening of 3000 Rural Women in India (TN)
Due to Covid 19 we could not contact camps and screening. In the meanwhile we have sent our Nurses to the Homes of Terminally ill patients for palliative care services and distribution of Nutritional support.
Palliative care is an approach to care that addresses the person as a whole, not just their disease. We are doing the services with the support of Department of Public Health in Tirunelveli,Tenkasi and Tuticorin Districts.
1. Home based palliative care services enhanced better follow-up among cancer patients reducing lost to follow-up.
2. Psycho-social care was rendered to all patients to motivate the patients and also the care givers.
3. Care givers education and motivation was effective in promoting home based care.
4. Nursing services motivated the patients and their care givers.
5. Nutritional supplements were offered to 42 patients and were found to be effective in enhancing the nutritional status and also increased weight.
6. Palliative team is so dedicated with a social worker and 4 nurses offering the home based care services .
Palliative care services were given to 8 patients in Ambasamudram, cheranmahadevi and V.K.Puram on Saturday 4th July 2020 by our Nurses Team Parvathy,Nisha, Bavithra and Ramaganesal ,Social Worker.
Provisions supplied to Cancer Patients with the support from Mckinsey.
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THE BEACON OF HOPE IN INDIA'S FIGHT AGAINST CANCER
We had conducted the program with NSS, RRC of MS University, and Field Publicity outreach Bureau Central Govt. Ministry of Information and Broadcasting- The program was inaugurated by the Vice Chancellor Dr. K. Pitchumani, who highlighted the need for Cancer prevention and care & support, as cancer is the 2nd major issue for human. He also appreciated all the NSS officers for the positive social action and requested all of them to engage and execute cancer prevention and control with NSS program.
Mr. Bosewell Field Publicty outreach Burea shared about the Central Government programs and shared about cancer care services with Ayushman Bharat insurance in which cancer is also covered. He appreciated Nellai cancer care centre services and extended all support to NSS and RRC along with NCCC. Technical session was highlighted by NCCC team, we highlighted about our activities, cancer awareness, screening, followup camps, cancer referral, home based care services, Nutritional supplements and Palliative care services. Ms. Arunachalam Blood cancer patient on followup who shared her experiences and how NCCC is supporting her. She stressed the need to be positive and also about her employer's support.
Mohana our staff nurse explained in detail about cancers, symptoms, treatment process and detail, Bavithra also detailed in detailed about Oral, breast and cervix cancer screening process.Murugan shared about the intensive action for cancer screening, care continum in Mukkudal RWRC project. Vanitha shared about the high risk group screening and our experience with Transgender screening in particular near Allangulam. Mohana also shared about palliative care services, Ramaganesha shared her experience in NSS in Rani Annal College and also shared about her experience in NCCC cancer prevention, care continum, home based care and palliative care. The entire session was appreciated by all the participants- 110 NSS officers from 65 colleges affiliated to MS University. Group discussion and action plans follows.

our Staff explaining  cancer awareness
our Staff explaining cancer awareness
VC of MS university addressing the gathering
VC of MS university addressing the gathering
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Pink October 2019

Breast Cancer Now's wear it pink day, on 18 October we will wear pink, raise money and help make life-saving research happen. Why? Because breast cancer is still here. It’s still tearing apart the lives of families and it’s still taking the lives of the women we love on a heart breaking scale.

 

Awareness Camp

  • Cancer awareness program to Einstein's College students.
  • Cancer awareness program to St. Xavier' College students.
  • Cancer awareness program to TNSTC Tirunelveli Employees.
  • Cancer awareness program to Vivakanatha Kenthra School Student.

 

Other Activities

Inauguration of Diploma in Human care service course in Nellai Cancer Care with MS University.

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Our Role in District Health committee
Our Role in District Health committee

Thanks to Ms. Shilpa Prabhakar Satish I.A.S District Collector of Tirunelveli district for inducting Nellai Cancer Care Centre as a member of District Health Committee. Mr.Ramkumar our Strategic Director participated in the District Health committee chaired by the Collector.
Deputy Director, Public Health,Dr.Senthil introduced us and gave time to explain about our NCCC/Udhavum Ullangal activities.
Highlighted all our activities including awareness, screening, referral, followup, nutritional supplement, collaboration with Govt and integration of Cancer with NCD and initiating PPP, public private partnership models. Collector appreciated our work and asked us to conduct more camps for Govt staff.
Repeat the camp this year too in collectorate.
Asked DD to integerate, colloborate with us to engage with us in their camps for beedi workers and high risk groups.
She also consented to extend other Govt programs to cancer patients.

Cancer awareness program conducted on 31st July 2019 at Tuticorin Airport in which 83 staff members were participated including staff of Spice jet and Indigo.Thanks to Mr.Subramanian, director of Tuticorin Airport.

Cancer Awareness program by Nellai cancer Care centre at Bell Pins Factory, Palayamkottai on 23rd June 2019.

Cancer Awareness program conducted by Nellai Cancer Care Centre at Shelton Company, Valliyor.650 Women employees were participated and benefitted.

Awareness Camp at Tuticorin  airport
Awareness Camp at Tuticorin airport
Awareness Camp
Awareness Camp
Cancer Awareness in Bell Pins Factory
Cancer Awareness in Bell Pins Factory
Cancer Awareness in shelton Company
Cancer Awareness in shelton Company
Cancer Awareness in shelton Company
Cancer Awareness in shelton Company
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Workshop on Cancer- A Public Health Issue
Workshop on Cancer- A Public Health Issue
  • State level Seminar cum Workshop on Cancer- A Public health issue was conducted with School of Social work St.Xaviers college, Tirunelveli.

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The program was inaugurated by Dr. Senthil Deputy Director Public health, Tirunelveli, hehighlighted the need for creating more awareness, prevention, screening, early identification and treatment process. He also shared that the Government offers health insurance for the poor and needy people.

Dr. Aruna Chandrasekar,Surgiacal Oncologist & Medical Director in her presidential address highlighted the need for early identification, continuum of care and need for follow-up to address cancer care services in Tirunelveli. She also shared her experience in Adyar cancer institute, Nellur in Andhra and also shared about the cancer care services in Tiruneveli through Nellai cancer care center. . 
Fr. Anthonysamy Secretary of St. Xaviers college highlighted their commitment towards the cause. The inaugural session was followed by technical session, shared by Dr. Nagalakshmi Asst Professor Tirunelveli Medical college, Dr. Abirami, Dr. Cynthia and Dr. Jayabarathi about cancer primary care, secondary care, tertiary care and narrated their experience in Nellai cancer care center.
Second Technical session was an inspirational session by the cancer survivors from Nellai cancer center, they all shared that quality care by Nellai cancer care center and its team, their motivation to
survive, pain management were shared by them. 
Dr. Arthi an Anaesthetist and Assistant professor from Tiruneveli medical college shared her experience on pain management for palliative care for cancer patients.
Group session was facilitated by Dr. Vidhubala with an interactive session reviewing the day long learnings and asked for an action plan for self and social action to prevent cancer care focusing onm behaviour change from high risk to low risk and no risk. 

 

  • Thanks to Dr. Senthil, Deputy Director, Public health, Tirunelveli District for their support. The first ever cancer screening with the Govt PHC for follow up of their cases for cancer screening at Pathamadai PHC on 14th Feb 2019. 42 people were screened for oral, Breast and cervix.

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  • Cancer Awareness program in Mariam, polytechnic College, Alankulam by Nellai Cancer Care Team

 

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  • Cancer Awareness in Bell pins Factory.

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Nellai Cancer Care Center – Inauguration of Palliative Care Services

 

Palliative care services was Inaugurated by Dr.Sunderesan, chairman of Gramaudhayam. He shared his own experience of his wife dying of cancer and need for palliative care. Dr.Aruna, Surical Oncologist and our Medical Director shared her experience and highlighted need of palliative care with Medico, psycho-social support with pain management.

Mr.Sankar Mahadevan shared about NCCC experience with home based care services and palliative care. He also assured that Udhavum Ullangal will launch Nutritional support for cancer patients. Nellai Cancer Care Centre has given awareness to  1,13,381 people, screened 29,980 in 1240 camps and treatment support given to 87 people. Palliative care nursing team from Govt shared their experiences.

       7 NGO partners had participated.

      Follow up for preventive care

Cancer care continuum

Home based care

Psycho-social support

Pain management 

Nutritional support

Livelihood support

Social security support were highlighted for cancer patients.

Special camps for high risk groups were also highlighted.

NCCC team had made all arrangements in organizing this unique program.

 

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Dr.Aruna Chandrasekar, Surgical Oncologist , Medical Director, Nellai Cancer Care Centreimage.png

Dr.Krithiga, Anaesthetist  from Tirunelveli Medical College Hospital

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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