By attending these CPD training webinars, you’re taking that extra step to validate your skills in your speciality, and with that comes the potential for great rewards, like marketability, credibility, confidence, and professional empowerment; and ultimate improved care delivery.
A Nursing Now Challenge program for Early Career Nurses and Midwives where we have partnered and are working in collaboration with other partners including MILCOT, to implement in four referral hospitals in Uganda.
If you're interested in one of our CPD series, start by applying here and attaching your cadre and requirements.
Join this April Special webinar with our own Mrs Jemimah Mutabaazi, Nurse Education Consultant Uganda (aka Mama).
Mrs Jemimah Mutabaazi is the former Head of Nursing Department, UCU School of Medicine. She holds a Master of Nursing Science degree (Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA) and a Bachelor of Nursing Science (University of Zambia). She also has a Diploma in Midwifery and a Diploma in General Nursing, both from Mulago School of Nursing & Midwifery. She has researched and published on neonatal mortality and family planning in Uganda.
Jemimah led the establishment of Bachelor of Nursing Science programmes, both undergraduate and postgraduate, at various Universities, including Makerere, Aga Khan, UCU, KIU, and Kabale. She has solid experience in curriculum development, having developed a Public Health Nursing Programme of Aga Khan University - a generic Bachelor of Science in Nursing program for the East African campuses, Bachelor of Science in Nursing curriculum at Makerere universities, Bachelor of Nursing Science, Master of Nursing Science and Master of Midwifery and Women’s Health curricula for Uganda Christian University. She has supervised research projects for undergraduates and graduate students on Nursing and Health-related courses to completion. She has extensive experience and served as External Examiner for various Nursing programmes, including the University of Nairobi, Moi University and Mbarara University of Science and Technology. Until her retirement in 2019, she served on the Board of Governing Council, Bwindi School of Nursing & Midwifery, and University Council (International Health Sciences University.) She has served as Chairperson of Uganda Nurses and Midwifery Council for two terms and is a member of the Board of Governors for Masaka School of Diploma Comprehensive Nursing and Hoima School of Nursing. She is currently a Nurse consultant on various boards, including National HealthCare Conferences, among others.
We invite you to join this webinar and understand how to interpret the Uganda algorithm for escalating care pathway.
Nhcc Uganda 2023 CPD series
Join us for a special webinar.
We have three panelists who will be presenting on the use of the Uganda algorithm tool.
We will take questions. There will be an opportunity to put your questions though the Q&A box during the session as well.
No need to register.
Date - Saturday 18th March 2023
Time - 10.00 am to midday.
Learners, strategic advisors, volunteers and cordinators all joined the end workshop and dissemination of results for the VSP. The guest of honour, PS Ministry of Health remarks were delivered by the UNMC Registrar Ms Christine Nimwesiga who encouraged registrants to embrace CPD learning.
Do you design the training to the needs of nurses and midwives?
Yes, NHCC Uganda has successfully designed numerous tailor-made training solutions for both nurses and midwives.
What are the benefits of CPD?
CPD for nurses and midwives allows you to maintain professional credentials and develop your skills through short courses or on the job training. In nursing, and midwifery it is used to help staff keep pace with sector advancements, new treatments, new technologies or approaches to care.
10 reasons why you should continue your professional development.
Are the CPD series free?
Yes, at the moment, all CPD training is free for Nurses and Midwives. However from August 2023, there will be a small charge to each CPD training per individual who attends the CPD training.
The fee from August will cover
What language is the training in?
Our CPD training is held in English. Proficiency in English is an essential requirement for attending the training programmes, and typically our delegates have studied English to at least an Upper Intermediate level.
If you have any concerns regarding your level of English and / or your ability to follow the training programme, please contact us. We are not an English language school, but we work with partners who provide English language training and from time to time our delegates choose to study English at one of our partner organisations.
At the moment, we are not able to arrange customised training programmes in other languages.
What do I need for the training?
As part of our LOVE (Live Online Virtual Education) format, all NHCC Uganda CPD training have been redesigned for remote delivery. Delegates will require internet access, access to Zoom/Teams video conferencing apps. Technical requirements and instructions will be sent to you ahead of the training session.
For onsite/face-to-face training participants are advised to contact us via their incharge nurses and midwives. They should have their hospital IT support, projector and laptop/tablet to their training programme. Please contact us if you think you want to use the CPD training for your hospital staff CPD CNE, CME, etc.
The 3rd National Health Care Conference (NHCC) Uganda
VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM
Although Nursing is one of the most essential and trusted professions globally, and as seen in the current pandemic, Nurses are essential wo...
VIRTUAL VIA ZOOM
NHCC has partnered with Emergency Care Courses (ECC) to enhance capacity building for Nurses and Midwives in BLS training. They are the backbone of the healthcare service structure but still lack various skills and competencies, including BLS. The training complies with the EU and UK Resuscitation Council Guidelines.
If you missed the live session, do not worry. It was recorded for you.
Go over to our Facebook page, Grab your coffee, sit comfortably, and watch the recording with your colleagues.
Let us know when you start writing your story and your journey!
The 2nd National Health Care Conference (NHCC) Uganda
The panel of judges has set the guidelines for the abstracts. Scientific and project abstracts can be submitted.
Abstract Body should be
The deadline for submission is EXTENDED TO 05th Aug 2020, at 10.00 pm (EAT).
The panel of judges will review the abstracts according to the following criteria:- Is the abstract original? Does it address the topic selected? Is the abstract written with all salient facts? Does the work adhere to ethical guidelines? Is there evidence of the statistical method, if appropriate? Are the conclusions justified by the results?
Mulago Specialized Women and Neonatal Hospital (MSWNH)
We invite you to the 1st NATIONAL HEALTH CARE.
CONFERENCE (NHCC) UGANDA. The first of its kind, these NHCC training conferences are designed...
Mulago Specialized Women and Neonatal Hospital (MSWNH)
Copyright © 2020 - All Rights Reserved.
Business address:- International House, 12 Constance Street LONDON E16 2DQ
Powered by GoDaddy