By Admin / 2018-01-25
The Faculty of Nursing Sciences started in 1999, as an integral part of the University of Medical Sciences and Technology. It is the fourth faculty in line of establishment. The Faculty believes that the nursing profession is taking increasing responsibility for providing pro-motive, preventive, restorative and rehabilitative health care services which contribute to the health and well-being of individuals, families and communities. Nursing is a full partner with other health disciplines in leading and shaping health policies and functions, among health care consumers, as an advocate for improving life quality. Therefore, our nursing faculty is renowned for providing the most professional and highly qualified nursing experts in the country.
Our mission is to prepare nurses for meeting the ever changing diverse health needs of our nation and to enable them to remain dedicated to:
- Upholding the highest standards of nursing care. - Promoting conditions that allow nurses to practice their profession to the full extent of their knowledge and skill. - Shaping health policy through its expertise and the strength and cohesiveness of its membership. Faculty of Nursing Sciences - Journals
The faculty of nursing sciences is located within the premises of the Academy Charity Teaching Hospital, where the clinical and field practice mainly takes place, as well as several other training institutions governmental and private, general and specialised within the Sudan health care delivery system. Our faculty has successful and enriching national, regional and international relationships with educational, health service institutions, nursing councils, UN and NGO’s etc. External examiners, regional and international, are invited annually to evaluate the BSc, MSc and PhD NSc nursing students and programmes.
The nursing programme is designed to prepare students within the framework of the philosophy, vision and mission of our faculty to be able to:
- Integrate and utilise principles derived from nursing and allied sciences (bio-physical, psycho-social. etc) in delivery of nursing care and handling specific situations. - Demonstrate efficiency in providing holistic, comprehensive nursing care to clients (individuals, families and community) through the application of the nursing process, and evidence-based nursing practice. - Apply professional nursing codes of ethics and conduct. - Demonstrate ability in interpersonal interaction and communication skills needed to function effectively as a partner and member of the health team. - Demonstrate abilities of leadership, creative thinking and making sound decisions. - Utilise educational principles and teaching techniques in the education of clients, colleagues, coworkers and communities. - Demonstrate interest in commitment to and accountability for continued growth and development both as individual citizens and professional nurses respectively.