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BREAST CANCER AWARENESS MONTH (Pink October)

The Month of October, dedicated for Breast Cancer Awareness (Pink October) is here again. Be informed, self examine your breasts for abnormalities and get screened at any nearby clinic.
#selfexamination #savetheboobs #savealife #breastiebestie

GHANA NURSING STUDENTS SELECTED AS WINNERS OF THE FIRST NIGHTINGALE CHALLENGE GLOBAL SOLUTIONS INITIATIVE

A team of four nursing students from Ghana have been selected by a panel of global health experts as the winners of the first Nightingale Challenge Global Solutions Initiative (NCGSI) with their plan to implement a telehealth rehabilitation platform for people having experienced a brain injury.

PUBLIC SEMINAR SERIES (VI) HELD AT R.S. AMEGASHIE AUDITORIUM, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA ON FEBRUARY 25, 2020

The School of Nursing and Midwifery under the College of Health Sciences at the University of Ghana on Tuesday, February 25, 2020 held the Public Seminar Series VI at the R.S Amegashie Auditorium at the University of Ghana Business School.

VISIT TO TEMA PORT

On the 10th of October, 2019, a group of students of the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Community Health Nursing Department visited the Tema port for an educational tour.

STUDENTS AND FACULTY OF THE COMMUNITY HEALTH NURSING DEPARTMENT DONATES TO JAMES CAMP PRISON, ACCRA

Students and Faculty of the Community Health Nursing Department, SoNM paid a visit to the James Camp prisons in Accra on Friday July 19, 2019.

UNIVERSITY OF GHANA APPOINTS THE FIRST SUBSTANTIVE DEAN FOR THE SCHOOL OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY

The Council of the University of Ghana, Legon (UG) has appointed the first substantive Dean for the School of Nursing and Midwifery (SoNM) – Professor Lydia Aziato, a nurse par excellence who is a trailblazer, a model nurse and a mentor to many.

Day 2 of UGHANMSA Health Week Celebration: SEMINAR ON HEPATITIS 'B' INFECTION AND 'REP YOUR SCHOOL'

A seminar was held as part of the 38th students' health week celebration with a theme chosen to enlighten graduate nurses, midwives and students on the infectious Hepatitis-B which is caused by a virus.

Day 1 of UGHANMSA's 38th Health Week Celebration: GOSPEL ROCK SHOW

UGHANMSA's 38th Health Week celebration was dubbed: “Preventing hepatitis B infections in Ghana, the role of the student and graduate nurse”.