Faculty-Nursing

Faculty of Nursing And Midwifery Sciences

ADMINISTRATION

Dean

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Faculty Dean

Dr. Somia Ibrahim

PHD. Assistant professor

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Faculty vice-dean

Dr. Thuraya osman mohammed

MSC. Lecturer
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Faculty Registrar

Ms. Arwa Abdelaal Abdallah Mohamed

Faculty Dean Message :

(National University Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery – Sudan we continue to play a leading role in the development of nursing and Midwifery education, practice and research. Our five undergraduate programmers provide entry to  medical and surgical, obstetrical and gynecological, Fundamental and community nursing. We will also offer arrange of opportunities for further study at graduate level through a rang of taught and research programmers. These programmers will delivered in a purpose-built, state-of-the art learning environment and students undertake clinical practice at national centers of excellence). The great advance of the health care system in the Sudan together with the word wide advances in the field medicine and the associated nursing services necessitate increase in the number of those qualified in the nursing field to bridge the gap in this area, upgrade the performance in the nursing field and reflect positively on the overall quality, coverage and integration of the health services. This program is expected to respond the need of (local and urban) and Arab labor markets and to improve performance in nurses and their responsibilities , which increase in scope and detail on daily basis.

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ABOUT FACULTY

Name of the Faculty

Faculty of Nursing And Midwifery Sciences

Date of Establishment

Established in 2009 as a medical programme in the National College for Medical and Technical Studies.

Full Address

Faculty of Nursing & Midwifery Sciences, National University- Sudan, El-Raqi Area, P.O box: 3783 Khartoum 11111, SUDAN.

Name of the University

National University – Sudan

Number of Batches Graduated

Nine batches have been graduated .

OBJECTIVES

Emphasize values  and ethical heritage of the Sudanese Nation  in its curriculum, and follow strategies that lead to strengthening  these values, as an important component of the National  University’s philosophy and message (see website www.nu.edu.sd).philosophy and message.

Graduate a health professional with a Bachelors degree of Nursing  (BN), competent in nursing sciences and skills with strong  community orientation, social and ethical commitments, utilizing all  recent developments in evidence-based nursing education and  practice.

Strengthen  medical and health research in nursing, making  used of the University’s accessibility and communication privileges

Contribute to community development through health services  provided in its own health institutions, and other institutions co operating with it, through the following:

(a) partnership in designing health programmed and plans,  and implement whatever is feasible in utilizing the experience  of specialists. 

(b) contribution in continuous education, through short and  long term courses, to overcome the deficiency in the quantity  and quality of nursing health workers . 

(c) provision of essential equipment’s and supplies to improve  the quality of health services offered by the ministries of  health.

Vision

          The vision of this program is to be the first in the Sudan in quality  premises, excellent design and implementation of modules,  according to recent advances in health professionals education, the  fairest in evaluation and the best in nursing professionalism.

Mission

          The mission of the nursing program is to graduate up-to-date service  and research-oriented nurses, with a strong commitment to solve  nursing health problems, in a rich-science environment, aligning, as  an active member, with a comprehensive and devout health team.

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