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Faculty of Nursing Sciences Nusrsing Sciences

Dean Word

The U.M.S.T. Faculty of Nursing believes that the nursing profession is taking increasing responsibility for providing promotive, preventive, restorative and rehabilitative health care services which contribute to the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities.

The nurse 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.

Introduction & History

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.

Until December 2014, the faculty graduated 544 students with B.Sc. and 181students with MSc. Nursing Degrees. These graduates who have been directed to become proficient in self –study and have been prepared for their important practical nursing care role in health institutions, and in the community, are now functioning effectively and efficiently in most of the States of the Sudan and abroad. The faculty offers 3 B.Sc. N. degree programs and 7 specialties MSc. N. and PhD N. programs:-

  • B.Sc. N. regular program (4 years)
  • BS.c.N. completing / bridging program for nursing diploma holders (1 year)
  • BS.c.N. completing / bridging program for technical nursing certificate holders (2 years)
  • MSc. N &Ph.D, N. in seven specialties (Peadiatric, community health, cardiothoracic, obstetric/gyne., mental health/ psych, and medical-surgical nursing, Emergency, casualty and disaster Nursing) 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 specialized within the Sudan health care delivery system.

Vision

The U.M.S.T. faculty of nursing vision is that in a changing world nursing professionals will offer efficient and effective practice of the highest possible standard, based on maximum safety and foundation on up-to-date research and knowledge. They will meet the present and future health care needs of the people as members of the health team in a cost- effective manner in a variety of settings, with the ultimate goal of contributing to the maintenance and / or improvement of life quality.

Mission


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.

Objectives

The nursing programs, undergraduate and postgraduate, are designed to prepare students within the framework of the philosophy, vision and mission of our faculty to be able to:

  • Integrate and utilize 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.
  • Utilize educational principles and teaching techniques in the education of clients, colleagues, coworkers and communities.
  • Utilize research findings in the improvement of the nursing profession, conduct scientific research in nursing and contribute to health research.
  • Demonstrate interest in commitment to and accountability for continued growth and development both as individual citizens and professional nurses respectively.
  • 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.
  • Until May 2007, the faculty graduated 252 female and male nurses with BSc. and MSc. Nursing Degrees. These graduates who have been directed to become proficient in self –study and have been prepared for their important practical nursing care role in health institutions, and in the community, are now functioning effectively and efficiently in most of the States of the Sudan.
  • The faculty offers 3 BSc. N. degree programs and 7 specialities MSc. N. programs:-
    • BSc. N. regular program (4 years).
    • BSc.N. completing / bridging program for nursing diploma holders (1 year).
    • BSc.N. completing / bridging program for technical nursing certificate holders (2 years).
    • MSc. N. in seven specialities. paediatric, community health, cardiothoracic, obstetric/gyne., mental health/ psych., ophthalmic, and medical-surgical nursing.

Faculty Departments

  • Fundamentals / basic sciences, medical – surgical (adult) Nursing Department.
  • Mother & Child Health (obs. & gyne. and peadiatric nursing) Department.
  • Community Health Nursing, (P.H.C, & geriatric nursing) Department.
  • Psychiatric / Mental Health Nursing Department.

Establishment

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. Until July 2011, the faculty graduated 533 female and male nurses with BSc. and MSc. Nursing Degrees. These graduates are now functioning effectively and efficiently in most of the States of the Sudan and abroad.

Location

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 specialized 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, U.N. and NGO’s etc. External examiners, regional and international, are invited annually to evaluate the BSc. , MSc. and Ph.D. N.Sc. nursing students and programs.

Philosophy

The UMST Faculty of Nursing believes that the nursing profession is taking increasing responsibility for providing promotive, preventive, restorative and rehabilitative health care services which contribute to the health and wellbeing of individuals, families and communities. The nurse 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.

Career Opportunities

  • Bedside clinical nursing (general and specialized).
  • Community nursing (Planning, Organizing and delivering community nursing care).
  • Nursing education.
  • Nursing service administration.
  • Conducting nursing research for the improvement of the quality of nursing care.

Dean, Faculty of Nursing Sciences, Dr. Amal Abd Elgadir Ali

Admission

Admission Requirements for BSc. Nursing degree
Successful Sudanese certificate or its equivalent (success in seven subjects) and according to the general and faculty requirements indicated in the “Regulations Governing Admission”

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Course Phases


Bachelor of Science in Nursing – four years (8 semesters) This program is designed to graduate professional nurses competent to provide general nursing care both in hospital and community settings. Total Credit Hours: 180 Hrs. Theory=1818 hrs. (%rd.) and Practical =3636 hrs.(% rd.). The faculty offers 3 BSc. N. degree programs and 7 specialties MSc. N. programs: - BSc. N. regular program (4 years). - BSc. N. completing/bridging program for nursing diploma holders (1 year). - BSc.N. completing / bridging program for technical nursing certificate holders (2 years).

Distinguished Students


Faculty of Nursing Science
Batch Name
Batch (1) Fatima Sid Ahmed Suliman
Batch (2) Abu-Baker Mohamed Said Hamed
Batch (3) Rania Elrasheed Osman Sid Ahmed
Batch (4) Areeg Saif Eldin Al-Rahman Mahjoub
Batch (5) Manar Majzoub Badi Abdalrazig
Batch (6) Nawal Sirageldeen Abdelgader Elawad
Batch (7) Ashwag Adam Bashar El-Haj
Batch (8) Zahia Ahmed Khalid Hamad
Batch (9) Julia Ali Yousif Hamad
Batch (10) Romisa Abd Al-Bage Ali Soliman
Batch (11) Enayat Abdalla Elhassan Abdelgadir
Batch (12) Israa Mubarak Alhusaan Babeker

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Staff

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Dr. Amal Abdalgadir Ali Mohammed
Ph.D. in Pediatric and Child Health Nursing
Dean of Faculty of Nursing Sciences
dramel_2012@umst-edu.sd

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Dr. Nemat Mahmoud Abd Elrahman Ali
Ph.D. Medical Surgical Nursing
Head, medical-surgical department
neimatdinar@hotmail.com

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Dr. Nawal Ahmed Saken
MSc.N, Ph.D.N.
Lecturer, medical-surgical nursing department
Nawalahmed22@hotmail.com

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Dr. Mahasin Mohamed Hamad Osman
MSc, Ph.D.N
Head, community& psychiatric mental health nursing department
MahasinMohmed.19@hotmail.com

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Miss. Jihan Abdel Azeim Elias
M.Sc. in Nursing
Lecturer,medical- surgical nursing department
Umoon2014@gmail.com

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Miss. Reem Mohamed Alhassan
M.Sc. in Nursing
Lecturer, Mother and child health nursing department
reemo98765@hotmail.com

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Miss. Hiba Abdel Gader Mohamed El Zain
MSc.N in Nursing
Lecturer, community & psychiatric ,mental health nursing department
hbalzain@yahoo.com

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Miss. Walla Mohamed Hassan
MSc. in Nursing
Lecturer, Mother and child health nursing department
lama22297@hotmail.com

Prof. Humeida, Dean

Mis. Maha Gibreel Mohammed Khair
Msc Community health Nursing
Lecturer, community & psychiatric ,mental health nursing department
maha444@live.com

Miss Nora Mahmoud FadulMohammd
B.Sc. Information Technology
Registrar
nora-alnwara@hotmail.com

Miss Roughia Mohmoud Elhassan
B.Sc-Art
Secretariat