MSc Nursing

Nidhin Elias currently serves as Associate Professor at the Department of Community Health Nursing, College of Nursing, Health Sciences Campus, Kochi.


  • M.Sc. Nursing (Speciality: Community Health Nursing)
  • MA (Speciality: Sociology)


Publication Type: Magazine Article

Year of Publication Title


Nidhin Elias, “People who drink water regularly are happier”, Health Action Magazine, p. 28, 2021.


Nidhin Elias, “Knowing about Bombay blood group”, Health Action Magazine, published by HAFA, vol. 32, no. 11, 2019.


Nidhin Elias, “Evils of helicopter Parenting”, Health Action Magazine, published by HAFA, vol. 32, no. 11, 2019.


Nidhin Elias, “Dental carries”, Health Action Magazine, 2018.


Nidhin Elias, “POSCO act”, Health Action Magazine, 2017.


Nidhin Elias, “Organic food”, Health Action Magazine, 2017.

Publication Type: Journal Article

Year of Publication Title


Nidhin Elias, “A study to assess the perspectives of nursing students about the images of women in social media”, IJSER: Certificate of acceptance, 2018.[Abstract]

It is a fact that social media has tremendously changed the way people interact and carry on with their everyday lives. With internet becoming a necessity in every home or office, majority of people who are online spend most of their time on social media sites( in this study 100%sample have account in social media). We can’t afford to unleash your presence on social, it’s as essential as any other thing in our life so this study also more than 80 sample spread social media 2 to 7hr in week. The purpose of the study is to fine out perception of adolescent (nursing students between 18 to 20) girls regarding images of women in social media and its relationship in real life experiences. A sample of 100students in the age group of 18 to 20years towards Women portrayal in social media and its correlation between real life. The statistical analysis of data collected include mean, percentage, standard deviation and Karl persons co-relation .The findings of the study show that there is correlation between image of women in present life. Its effect affect one way or another way in present life and there is gender difference in portrayed image of women in media also and shows some ways it reinforces the traditional patriarchal notions of gender as perceived by the adolescents. Sample showed more agreement with stereotypical representation of women in traditional role or as a sex object and they felt a need of regulation on the content of media as compared to male.

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Resource Person

  • Expert Interaction Class: Course: Front line Health Worker.
    Topic: Nutrition for Community health
    Organized By: Panagad VHSS
    Platfform: Google Meet.
    Date: February 22, 2021. 
  • Panel Discussion Member - Workshop for Nurse Educators on Ardaram Peoples Campaign Unite for Healthy, Ernakulam (NRHM).
    Date: November 30, 2019.
    Venue: MOSC, Medical College, Kolencherry.
  • Kerala University of Health Sciences: Moodle e-learning program complete.
  • Continuing Educator in a staff development program for Head nurse (All Kerala Govt. Staff Nurse)
    Venue: IMG, Kakkanad.
    Topic: Staff Development Program.
    Date: October 26, 2019, 11.30 AM to 01.00 PM.

Workshops/Webinars Organized 

  • 2021: National Webinar on "Natural Resources: Cherish or Perish: Part-I" organized at  Amrita College of Nursing
  • 2021: National Webinar on "Covid-19:  Second Wave" organized at  Amrita College of Nursing
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