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We regularly conduct NRP courses for the interns, postgraduates and nurses. We also conduct regular Lactation Management Workshops for nurses and postgraduates. Regular CMEs with national and international faculty are organized. Great importance is given to conducting various research projects in the unit. We have been deeply involved with training of community health workers in newborn care and neonatal resuscitation. We are collaborating with the Govt. of Karnataka in training and setting up SCNU in the districts as part of NRHM program and also in improving neonatal care along with KHPT in north Karnataka.

Otchi, Elom Hillary has had over 10 years’ experience working at various levels of Ghana’s health sector . district, regional, national and tertiary levels respectively as a Biomedical Scientist and currently as a Quality Improvement (QI) Manager. As the QI Manager he’s had the opportunity to contribute to the development of an Emergency Triage Assessment Treatment (ETAT) manual and other documents and has set up QI structures and systems in the hospital. He is skillful in communications, report writing, problem identification and analysis, human factors, organization development and health services planning and management. He holds an MPH (Health Services Management and Planning) from the University of Science and Technology; a Post-graduate Diploma in Organization Development from the University of Cape Coast; a BSc in Public Administration from the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration (GIMPA) and a Diploma in Medical Laboratory Technology from the School of Allied Health Sciences of the University of Ghana. He also holds certificates in various subjects in patient safety and quality healthcare from the Institute of Healthcare Improvement (IHI), USA, the Armstrong Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, USA and the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI). He is currently undertaking a Fellowship Program in Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety with International Society for Quality in Healthcare (ISQua). He has also contributed to a number of publications.

The criteria are divided into the categories of intensity, duration, certainty, proximity, productiveness, purity, and extent. Using these measurements, he reviews the concept of punishment and when it should be used as far as whether a punishment will create more pleasure or more pain for a society. He calls for legislators to determine whether punishment creates an even more evil offence. Instead of suppressing the evil acts, Bentham argues that certain unnecessary laws and punishments could ultimately lead to new and more dangerous vices than those being punished to begin with, and calls upon legislators to measure the pleasures and pains associated with any legislation and to form laws in order to create the greatest good for the greatest number. He argues that the concept of the individual pursuing his or her own happiness cannot be necessarily declared "right", because often these individual pursuits can lead to greater pain and less pleasure for a society as a whole. Therefore, the legislation of a society is vital to maintain the maximum pleasure and the minimum degree of pain for the greatest number of people.

Mulyadi M. Djer, MD, is a Professor in Pediatric Cardiology at the Department of Child Health, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia/Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo National General Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia. He obtained his primary medical qualification from the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia in 1989. After finishing his paediatric training in the same institution, he did a fellowship training in Interventional Pediatric Cardiology at Institut Jantung Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2002. He has attended numerous international meetings worldwide as an invited speaker. He has published many research papers, particularly in the field of paediatric cardiology intervention, in national was well as international journals. He currently also serves as the Principal Leader of Research Task Force and Paediatric Cardiology Coordinating Working Group of the Indonesian Pediatric Society.

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Mulyadi M. Djer, MD, is a Professor in Pediatric Cardiology at the Department of Child Health, Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia/Dr. Cipto Mangunkusumo National General Hospital, Jakarta, Indonesia. He obtained his primary medical qualification from the Faculty of Medicine, Universitas Indonesia in 1989. After finishing his paediatric training in the same institution, he did a fellowship training in Interventional Pediatric Cardiology at Institut Jantung Negara, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia in 2002. He has attended numerous international meetings worldwide as an invited speaker. He has published many research papers, particularly in the field of paediatric cardiology intervention, in national was well as international journals. He currently also serves as the Principal Leader of Research Task Force and Paediatric Cardiology Coordinating Working Group of the Indonesian Pediatric Society.

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