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Olufunke Iwaola Mercy
BNSc,MSc
Ag. H.O.D
 

I hereby welcome you to the official website of the Department of Nursing Education and Administration (NEA), University of Medical Sciences (UNIMED), Ondo City, Nigeria. The focus of the department are to promote inter-professional and intra-professional harmony, promote professional ethics and etiquette through teaching and seminars, develop skills for teaching and learning and produce nurse leaders that will drive and implement evidenced-based innovations in nursing education and practice.

 

The department is committed to positively addressing the challenges of Human Resources for Health (HRH) militating against quality education delivery in the country by promoting students and nurse leader’s interest in nursing education as a field of specialization thereby encouraging nurse educators in different care settings.

 

Nursing education and administration tends to expose students to learning experience in clinical and community setting. It aimed to produce nurse leaders that can collaborate nationally and internationally with other group to promote excellence in nursing research, education and administration.

 

Currently, the Department collaborates with the other three Departments in the Faculty to run the BNSc program for post UTME and direct entry candidates. In the future, the Department will run postgraduate programs in nursing education and administration towards enhancing nursing education in Nigeria and globally. The proposed proramme in the Department include post graduate diploma in Nursing Education (PGDNE), post graduate diploma in education(PGDE) and Masters in Nursing Education (MSc, Nursing Edu).

 

Yours Sincerely,

Iwaola Olufunke Mercy

Ag. Head, Department of Nursing Education and Administration



        OBJECTIVES

1.   To provide conducive environment for learning and practice of good quality nursing care

2.   To prepare graduates who can function as polyvalent nurse practitioners

3.   To educate nurses who will be able to pursue postgraduate programmes and carry out research that will improve nursing care

4.   To produce graduates who can set up their own practice after acquiring some experience



 ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES

200 LEVEL SECOND SEMESTER

Code

Course Title

Status

PR

LH

TH

PH

Units

NSC 224

Nursing Process II

C

 

2

0

0

2

 

 

400 LEVEL FIRST SEMESTER

Code

Title

Status

PR

LH

T

PH

Units

NSC 401

Management of Nursing Care Services

C

 

2

0

0

2

NSC 403

Principles of Education & Teaching Methodology

C

 

2

0

0

2

NSC 406

Basic Life Support (BLS)

E

 

0

0

6

2

 

400 LEVEL SECOND SEMESTER

Course Title

Status

PR

LH

T

PH

Units

Industrial Training

 

 

 

 

 

6

Management of Nursing Care services Practicum

C

 

 

 

45

1

Teaching Practice

C

 

 

 

45

1

 

500 LEVEL FIRST SEMESTER

Code

Course Title

Status

PR

LH

T

PH

Units

NSC 505

Seminar in Nursing I

C

 

 2

0

0

 2

 

 500 LEVEL SECOND SEMESTER

Code

Course Title

Status

PR

LH

TH

PH

Units

NSC 502

Seminar in Nursing II

C

 

2

0

0

2

NSC 504

Counseling Skills in Nursing

C

 

2

0

0

2



FACULTY
NAME: Akin-otiko Bridget Omowumi
QUALIFICATION: MPH,B.Sc,PhD,DHAM
DESIGNATION: Senior Lecturer/Ag. Dean
E-MAIL: bakinotiko@unimed.edu.ng
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NAME: Makanjuola Osuolale John
QUALIFICATION: PGDE,BNSc,MSc
DESIGNATION: Lecturer II
E-MAIL: mojosu@unimed.edu.ng
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NAME: Olufunke Iwaola Mercy
QUALIFICATION: MSc,BNSc
DESIGNATION: Lecturer II
E-MAIL: oiwaola@unimed.edu.ng
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Nursing Education and Administration Department

University of Medical Science

Odosida Campus Ondo City

Ondo State.

Nigeria. 

E-mail: nea@unimed.edu.ng





University of Medical Sciences

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