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Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L.

Professor

Lt Col (Dr) Ajee K. L. is commissioned to Military Nursing Service in the year 1997 after completion of BSc (N) from the prestigious College of Nursing, Armed Forces Medical. . .

Qualification: MSc Nursing, Ph.D
ajeekl@nursing.aims.amrita.edu
Research Interest: Cardiovascular Nursing, Critical Care Nursing, Neuroscience Nursing, Translpant Nursing

Bio

Lt Col (Dr) Ajee K. L. is commissioned to Military Nursing Service in the year 1997 after completion of BSc (N) from the prestigious College of Nursing, Armed Forces Medical College, Pune.

She obtained her masters in nursing from College of Nursing, CMC Vellore under Dr. MGR Medical University, Tamil Nadu and PhD in Nursing from Krishna Institute of Medical Sciences, Karad, Maharashtra. She has 24 years long service in various Armed Forces Hospitals and teaching institutions across India that include peace, field and CIOPs areas.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS
  • Diploma in Information Technology (2009)
  • Advanced Diploma in Information Technology (2010)
  • WHO Fellowship course in Biostatistics (2010)
  • Postgraduate Diploma in Diabetic Education (2011)
  • NABH Assessor Course (2018)
  • Six Sigma Green Belt- Certificate Programme
  • Quality Control Management – Certificate Programme
  • Infection Control and Prevention Management-Certificate Programme
  • BLS & ACLS Certificate Course – AHA
Publications

Journal Article

Year : 2020

Psychological Impact of COVID-19: Stress & Resilience

Authors : Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L., Dr. Ajee K L; Sumitha G

Publisher : International Journal of Public Health and Safety

Dr. Ajee K L and G, S., “Psychological Impact of COVID-19: Stress & Resilience”, International Journal of Public Health and Safety, vol. 5, 2020.

Year : 2020

Psychological Impact of COVID-19: Stress & Resilience

Authors : Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L., Sumitha G

Publisher : International Journal of Public Health and Safety

Dr. Ajee K L and G, S., “Psychological Impact of COVID-19: Stress & Resilience”, International Journal of Public Health and Safety, vol. 5, 2020.

Year : 2019

Impact of Non-compliance with Antihypertensive Management on Development of Stroke among Hypertensive Patients: A case control study.

Authors : Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L., Dr. Ajee K L; A Y Kshirsagar

Publisher : International Journal of Nursing and Medical Investigation

Dr. Ajee K L and Kshirsagar, A. Y., “Impact of Non-compliance with Antihypertensive Management on Development of Stroke among Hypertensive Patients: A case control study.”, International Journal of Nursing and Medical Investigation, vol. 4(2), pp. -43-49, 2019.

Year : 2019

Impact of Non-compliance with Antihypertensive Management on Development of Stroke among Hypertensive Patients: A case control study

Authors : Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L., A Y Kshirsagar

Publisher : International Journal of Nursing and Medical Investigation

Dr. Ajee K L and Kshirsagar, A. Y., “Impact of Non-compliance with Antihypertensive Management on Development of Stroke among Hypertensive Patients: A case control study.”, International Journal of Nursing and Medical Investigation, vol. 4(2), pp. -43-49, 2019.

Year : 2019

A study to assess the effect of video assisted teaching programme regarding perinatal care on knowledge among gravid women in selected tertiary care hospital in Kolkata

Authors : Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L., Aravindan, M. Aruna, and Gopidas, L. Col Nisa

Publisher : International Journal of Scientific Research

Dr. Ajee K L, Aravindan, M. Aruna, and Gopidas, L. Col Nisa, “A study to assess the effect of video assisted teaching programme regarding perinatal care on knowledge among gravid women in selected tertiary care hospital in Kolkata”, International Journal of Scientific Research, vol. 8(3), 2019.

Year : 2018

A study to assess knowledge regarding hypertension among hypertensive clients in a selected urban slum of Kolkata

Authors : Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L., A Y Kshirsagar

Publisher : International Journal of Nursing Research

Dr. Ajee K L and Kshirsagar, A. Y., “A study to assess knowledge regarding hypertension among hypertensive clients in a selected urban slum of Kolkata”, International Journal of Nursing Research , vol. 4(3), pp. 154-161, 2018.

Year : 2016

A study to assess the knowledge and practice of using Metered Dose Inhalers in patients with Bronchial Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease attending OPD in a selected tertiary care hospital

Authors : Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L., Maj Deepa Kumari V

Publisher : International Journal of Current Research

M. Deepa Kuma V and Dr. Ajee K L, “A study to assess the knowledge and practice of using Metered Dose Inhalers in patients with Bronchial Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease attending OPD in a selected tertiary care hospital”, International Journal of Current Research, 8 (03) vol., 2016.

Book

Year : 2020

Editor – Nursing Clinics Volume I & II. 2020.

Authors : Lt Col (Dr). Ajee K. L.

Publisher : Command Hospital (EC) Kolkata (2020)

Dr. Ajee K L, Editor – Nursing Clinics Volume I & II. 2020.

Honors and Awards
  • Best scientific poster 2014- Command Hospital Kolkata
  • Commandant’s appreciation letter- CH (EC) Kolkata
Lectures and Presentations
  • Therapeutic communication & soft skill- TNAI conference, Lucknow-2006
  • Trauma care- triaging – CNE, 2006, Lucknow
  • Nursing theories – Workshop on Nursing theories, Pune, 2011
  • Research paper presentation –Armed Forces Medical Research Committee Conference-2012, Pune
  • Research Design – Research Methodology Workshop – Kolkata Medical College, 2015, Kolkata
  • Research Utilization – NRSI conference, Kolkata, 2015
  • Monthly clinical meetings & symposiums
  • Nurses’ perception about wearable technology in health care – International Paper presentation  CCNS –SAARC Conference 2019
  • Evidence-based practice model – International E workshop on Nursing theories 2021
Research Works
  • Effectiveness of pre-procedural teaching on reduction in anxiety of patients undergoing nasal endoscopy.
  • Effect of natural and commercial dressing materials on second and third stage pressure ulcers.
  • Knowledge regarding hypertension among hypertensive clients of urban slums.
  • Nurse’s knowledge, attitude and practice regarding Breast Self Examination.
  • Case-control study on non-compliance as a risk factor for stroke among hypertensive patients.
  • Factors influencing compliance to antihypertensive management.
  • Nurses perception about wearable technology in health care.
  • Psychological Impact of COVID-19: Stress & Resilience.
Licensures
  • Kerala Nursing  and Midwives Council
Associations
  • Trained Nurses Association of India (TNAI)
  • Critical Care Nurse’s Society, Mumbai (CCNS)
  • Nursing Research Society of India  (NRSI)
  • Association of Nurse Executives India (ANEI)
Achievements
  • NABH Assessor
  • Ph.D. Guide  JJTU Rajasthan
  • Associate editor KSCON Journal of Nursing
  • President ANEI Kerala chapter
  • Member- Patient Safety Curriculum Revision, Irvine, California
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