The Maternal and Child Health Nursing
Department was established in 1993. The department focuses on teaching student
maternal and child health nursing courses
to fulfill the vision
and mission of the faculty of nursing.
Currently, the department
encompasses 13 faculty
members, there are 3 professors, 3 associate professors,
3 assistant professors and 4 full-time lecturers. In addition, there
are 3 clinical trainers hold BSN degrees supervising students'
clinical performance. There is 2 faculty members on doctoral scholarship
who is expected to join the faculty within 1 year to enhance the
effectiveness of nursing education.
The department offers graduate
master degree in Maternal-Newborn Health Nursing. This program focuses on
the development of advanced nursing practice for health care issues faced by
women through out the life cycle, including the childbearing
age which providing a unique opportunity to nursing students from
traditional undergraduate through masters contemporary educational programs.