Health Talk on Common Emergencies in Children and Newborn/Pediatric Care

In August 2023,Nehru college for women (Govt college) had the privilege of hosting a significant Health Talk by Mohitesh Srivastava. This enlightening session focused on addressing common emergencies in children and dispelling myths surrounding newborn and pediatric care. Mohitesh Srivastava, an esteemed healthcare professional, shared invaluable insights and knowledge aimed at empowering parents, caregivers, and educators in ensuring the well-being of children.

Event Overview

The Health Talk atNehru college for women (Govt college) served as a crucial platform for disseminating vital information and raising awareness about pediatric health and emergency care. Attendees had the opportunity to learn from Mohitesh Srivastava's expertise and engage in discussions surrounding common emergencies affecting children, as well as debunking prevalent myths related to newborn and pediatric care.


Common Emergencies in Children: Mohitesh Srivastava shed light on the various emergencies that commonly affect children, including but not limited to allergic reactions, asthma attacks, choking incidents, and febrile seizures. Through practical guidance and real-life scenarios, attendees gained valuable insights into identifying, managing, and seeking prompt medical assistance during such emergencies.

Newborn and Pediatric Care: The Health Talk delved into the intricacies of newborn and pediatric care, emphasizing evidence-based practices and dispelling misconceptions surrounding infant feeding, vaccination schedules, growth milestones, and common childhood illnesses. Mohitesh Srivastava provided clarity on distinguishing between myths and facts, enabling attendees to make informed decisions regarding the health and well-being of children.

Interactive Discussions: Attendees actively participated in interactive discussions, sharing their experiences, concerns, and questions related to child health and emergency care. Mohitesh Srivastava addressed queries with patience and expertise, fostering a collaborative environment conducive to learning and knowledge exchange.

Community Engagement: The Health Talk fostered community engagement by bringing together parents, caregivers, teachers, and healthcare professionals to collectively prioritize the health and safety of children. Through shared knowledge and experiences, attendees developed a deeper understanding of pediatric health issues and gained confidence in managing emergencies effectively.

The Health Talk by Mohitesh Srivastava atNehru college for women (Govt college) was a resounding success, empowering attendees with valuable insights and practical knowledge to navigate common emergencies in children and dispel myths surrounding newborn and pediatric care. By fostering collaboration, dialogue, and education, the event played a pivotal role in promoting child health and well-being within the community.Nehru college for women (Govt college) extends its heartfelt gratitude to Mohitesh Srivastava for his invaluable contributions and looks forward to future collaborations aimed at enhancing pediatric healthcare awareness and practices.