Welcome

I am pleased to welcome all students, faculty members and collaborators to the School of Nursing and Midwifery, College of Health Sciences, University of Ghana. The School is the best Nursing and Midwifery School in Ghana offering credible, high standard and competitive Nursing and Midwifery courses that is comparable toother programmes globally. Therefore, our programs have established, long history of providing health professionals of "choice" to the region, state, and national healthcare workforce.                                                                                                                                              

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News & Annoucements

Ghana Laureate Class of 2018, University of Alberta - Canada, had clinical experience in Ghana.

A group of twelve landed in Ghana three months ago and it certainly does not feel like they have been here for that long, but at the same time it does. During the first several weeks, they took time to adjust to the climate and the rich culture of the country. Although their living arrangements were quite different from what they were used to at home, the International Student Hostel of the University of Ghana became their new home.

COMING TOGETHER: STRENGTHENING PARTNERSHIP BETWEEN GHANA AND CANADA TO ADDRESS MATERNAL AND CHILD HEALTH

The University of Alberta, faculty of nursing and the School of Nursing and Midwifery (SONM) win The Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee (QES) Advanced Scholars Scholarship. The Scholarship is for the period of 2017-2020 with a total amount of $500,000.00. The University of Alberta project lead is Prof. Magdalena Sophia Richter (Solina) Richter and the University of Ghana lead is Dr. Lydia Aziato.

Day 3 of UGHANMSA 37th Health Week: Seminar and "Rep your School"

Most often than not, undergraduate nurses are left in a dilemma. They do not know the next step to take after they have acquired their degrees. The doubts and confusions were cleared on the March 26, 2018 by two resource persons. They were the affable Acting Dean of the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Dr. Lydia Aziato and Mr. David Tenkorang-Twum.