Mengo School Of Nursing And Midwifrey

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Mengo School of Nursing and Midwifery was founded in September 1990.The school is fully registered with the Ministry of Education and Sports, under the Nursing Institutions Act Of 1986.

Mengo School of Nursing and Midwifery is a mixed institution for both male and female nurses.

It is a privately owned school which introduces a new phenomenon in the education system, brought about by having good, experienced and knowledgeable instructors / lecturers who care for the students and are more than ready to impart knowledge and skills to the students.

Learning and teaching: Mengo School of Nursing and Midwifery uses a number of different learning and teaching strategies across their various courses and programmes. Often there is emphasis on assisting students to reflect on the relationship between their learning in the University and their learning in nursing practice and to transfer their learning from one situation to another.

Teaching methods and facilities used can include: enquiry-based learning, formal lectures, demonstrations and skills workshops, discussion groups, seminars, tutorials, computer assisted learning and portfolio learning. For students who have to complete practical placements there will be learning in live hospital and community settings alongside qualified practitioners.

[related_posts]Mengo School of nursing is dedicated to improving the health of people in Uganda increasing the scientific base of nursing practice. The school believes that broadening the base of nursing knowledge through knowledge development, dissemination and use offers great promise for promoting a healthier populace.

Facilities: Accommodation: Residential accommodation for single students is normally available for the first year of the course. This is for students who do not live within easy travelling distance of the school. Students will normally be required to arrange their own accommodation for any additional years of study. Other Mengo School of Nursing and Midwifery facilities include laboratory, well equipped library, and well facilitated lecture rooms.

Mission: Mengo School of Nursing and Midwifery mission is to educate and monitor future generations of expert nurse, clinicians and midwives. The school’s responsibility is to design programs that use the rare resource and unique partnerships of this academic health sciences center, and to provide evidence that programs and graduates bring about improved health and well being.

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