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General Nursing and Midwifery Programme


At the end of three years of study, the student is expected to :
  1. Have the aptitude, knowledge & skill necessary for assessing nursing needs of the individuals throughout the life cycle, families & communities.
  2. Apply relevant knowledge from biological & behavioural science in planning and carrying out safe nursing care activities.
  3. Co-operated with other members of the health team in the hospital or in the community in prevention of disease, promotion of health, restoration of health & rehabilitation.
  4. Impart health knowledge to individuals & groups through health education.
  5. Demonstrate skill in the use of problem solving methods in nursing practice
  6. Demonstrate ability to supervise and guide auxillary personal who are part of the nursing team.
  7. Demonstrate understanding of and commitment to professional behaviour.
  8. Carry out the above in the true spirit of service to fellow men and be Committed to the welfare of our country.

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