REPORT ON WORLD AIDS DAY 2022 CELEBRATION AT ELMCH.docx
1. ERA LUCKNOW MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, SARFRAZGANJ-226003
DEPARTMENT OF NURSING
REPORT ON WORLD AIDS DAY 2022 CELEBRATION AT ELMCH
Theme : World AIDS Day 2022 is being marked under the theme Equalize:
In ELMCH, affiliated from Era university, Lucknow, nursing department organized national and
international World AIDS Day celebrated like Introductions about AIDS, Incidence, prevalence,
causes, pathophysiology,signs and symtoms, diagnostic evaluation, treatment, prevention and
control by, Nursing students using chart, poster, hand out speech about the World AIDS Day ,
roll play in wards and OPD in hospital premises by Nursing faculty , GNM , BSC , ANM and
CCHN students on the theme.
What is World AIDS Day?
World AIDS Day is observed on December 1 each year. It is a day of solidarity for people
around the world who are affected by HIV. This is a day for voices to unite by sharing
experiences, remembering those lost, and standing together in the fight against HIV. While great
strides have been made over the four decades since the first known reported cases of AIDS, this
disease remains a public health challenge. World AIDS Day is an opportunity for every
community and each individual to honor the more than 32 million people who have died
worldwide from AIDS-related illness. For more information on World AIDS Day.
History of World AIDS Day:
Two World Health Organization public information officers started World AIDS Day in 1988 as
an international day for global health. World AIDS Day is an opportunity for people worldwide
to unite in the fight against HIV, to show support for people living with HIV, and to
commemorate those who have died from an AIDS-related illness. It’s also reserved as a day to
bridge new and effective programs and policies across different sectors around HIV/AIDS.
Every year, United Nations agencies, federal agencies, and societies from across the globe join
together to campaign around specific themes related to HIV.
World AIDS Day 2022: Putting Ourselves to the Test: Achieving Equity to End HIV:
2. Each year on December 1st, we commemorate World AIDS Day. This important awareness day
remains a time to reflect on our worldwide response to HIV/AIDS while honoring the lives of
those lost to AIDS-related illnesses. On this day, we also renew our commitment to supporting
the wellbeing of those with HIV, as well as those at risk for infection.
NURSING SUPERINTENDENT, ELMCH