UNMEB Nursing and Midwifery Cadre Output 2022/2023
UNMEB Nursing and Midwifery Cadre Output; Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board UNMEB has released UNMEB Cadre Output for the 2022/2023 academic year…Read full details below:
The goal of the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board UNMEB is to develop a cutting-edge cadre of nurses and midwives with higher level education, who are motivated in leading and developing the future of nursing and midwifery as specialist clinicians, academicians, researchers and managers in Uganda, Africa and beyond.
We aim to build upon foundations set and strengthen competencies through:
We believe that:
Higher professional education is:
How to Check UNMEB Nursing and Midwifery Cadre Output 2022/2023
Visit the Official Website of UNMEB at http://unmeb.go.ug/ to Access the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board Nursing and Midwifery Cadre Ouput
DETAILED DEFINITIONS OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY CADRES UNDER THE UGANDA NURSES AND MIDWIVES EXAMINATION BOARD
1. Registered Bachelor of Science Nursing
The Bachelor of Science in Nursing for Registered Nurses (RN-BSN) Program is designed with an aim to keep pace with the changing demands of the global healthcare services and to align with international standards of nursing education, thereby provide the Registered Nurses with diploma, an opportunity to acquire a broad liberal university education with particular emphasis on competencies. It will enhance their professional development and prepare them for a broader scope of practice. It will provide avenue to the graduates to undergo higher education in nursing.
2.Registered Bachelor of Science Midwifery
Midwifery is a sub-field of the healthcare professions that deals with providing services for pregnant women, new mothers and their infants. Certified nurse-midwives are involved in prenatal and postnatal medical care, in counselling and offering support, and in preparing families for parenthood. Professional midwives usually work in public or private hospitals, small maternity units, birth centres, or are self-employed.
In order to practice midwifery, students have to complete at least an undergraduate degree in midwifery or in a related field. Academic learning involves a great amount of time spent in clinical practice.
3. Registered Masters of Science Nursing MSN – UNMEB Nursing and Midwifery Cadre Output 2022/2023
MSN means Master of Science in Nursing. This type of degree allows Registered Nurses (RNs) or BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) graduates to advance their careers. MSN programmes help students to specialise in various areas and further develop their knowledge and skills through intense practice and theoretical classes. An MSN degree is also necessary if you want to apply for doctorate studies in Nursing.
4.Registered Health Tutor-Nursing
Nurse tutors are responsible for the delivery of both pre- and post-registration teaching in higher education. As well as playing an essential role in planning, developing and evaluating course modules, the position usually includes being a personal tutor to students. If you’ve enjoyed helping students get experience in a particular area of practice, or found developing professional knowledge in a specialist area rewarding, becoming a nurse tutor could offer you the opportunity to make sure the next generation of nurses are competent and confident in the practice setting.
There are some professional requirements: you will need to be on an appropriate part of the UNMEB professional register, and have worked full-time (or the equivalent part-time) in areas where students were gaining practical experience.
A degree-level masters qualification would also be helpful – if you do not have one, you will be expected to work towards this in post. Having undertaken research in your particular field of expertise and previous teaching experience will also be useful – any evidence of gaining professional knowledge will improve your application.
5. Registered Health Tutor- Midwifery – UNMEB Nursing and Midwifery Cadre Output 2022/2023
The Midwifery tutor will be responsible for the preparation and delivery of theoretical and practical training for Midwifery students.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Prepare lessons and conduct theoretical and practical training of students in classroom and in clinical areas.
- Teach the required knowledge, skills and attitudes to the students of midwifery diploma programs, according to the national curricula, using a variety of teaching methods.
- Prepare handouts for teaching sessions for the students
- Plan clinical instruction based upon approved syllabus/outline to ensure course content is covered and all learning objectives are met.
- Attend the clinical settings, together with students, teach the required skills and supervise students while practicing.
- Conduct continuous and final assessment of students’ theoretical and clinical abilities.
- Other duties as assigned by the supervisor.
“To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function with or without reasonable accommodation.”
Training/education/experience/physical demands required; provide 6-8 requirements)
- Advanced university degree in Medical /Midwifery Education.
- Registered Midwife with three years of administration experience in a Nursing / Midwifery school.
- Minimum of three years’ experience in clinical setting
- Experience in classroom and clinical teaching.
- Basic computer skills such as Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and internet
- Fluency in English.
6. Registered Public Health Nurse – UNMEB Nursing and Midwifery Cadre Output 2022/2023
For a public health nurse, the ultimate goal is to promote public wellness, preventing illness and disease, and reducing health risks within the population. Their role may be focused on only a few specific tasks, or they might be a jack-of-all-trades in their communities. In general, the responsibilities of public health nurses include:
- Assessing health trends to identify health risk factors specific to communities
- Assigning priorities for health-related interventions to provide the most significant benefit
- Advocacy with local, state, and federal authorities in improving access to health services in underserved communities
- Design and implement health education campaigns and activities for disease prevention
- Provide information on local health programs and services that are available to improve access to care
- Providing direct health care services to at-risk populations
- Recording and analyzing medical data
- Developing relationships with patients and following up with care
- Managing the budget of various community health programs
- Referring people to other related services
- Delivering medical care when needed
7. Registered Comprehensive Nurse – UNMEB Nursing and Midwifery Cadre Output 2022/2023
Requirements for enrollment
(i) A Minimum of Five (5) Passes in the following subjects:
(ii) English Language, Biology, Mathematics, Chemistry, Physics.
N.B. (Agriculture/Home Economics/Foods and Nutrition/Geography/Health Science compensate for physics if not done or failed at senior four). “A” Level is an added advantage.
(iii) Intake is once a year in May.
(iv) Available places: 15 per intake – a total of 30.
(v) Gender: For both male and female
(vi) Must have attained the required minimum educational standard not more than three (3) years since the completion of senior four or six.
(vii) The Applicant must satisfy the interview panel.
(viii) Duration two and a half years 2 ½ of five semesters
(ix) Award certificates of training by UNMEB and one from UNMC for certificate of enrollment license to practice as a nurse.
Typically, a comprehensive assessment begins with documenting a patient’s health history before starting a physical exam. The health history includes: the patient’s medical complaint, present state of health, past health record, current lifestyle, psychosocial status and family history.
The health history provides nurses with in-depth information about symptoms, childhood illnesses, related medical experiences and risks for developing certain diseases.
8. Registered Nurse
Registered Nurses (RN) provide and coordinate patient care, educate patients and the public about various health conditions, and provide advice and emotional support to patients and their family members. Most registered nurses work in a team with physicians and other health care specialists in various settings. Depending on the type of registered nurse you’d like to become, you should consider whether an RN vs BSN degree is right for you.
You will need either an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in nursing to become an RN, therefore you can begin working in the field much sooner than other medical professions. As a registered nurse, you have the many career opportunities to work in different specialties depending on your interests.
9. Registered Midwife
Midwives make a vital contribution to the quality and safety of maternity care. The midwife’s role is to provide skilled, knowledgeable, respectful, and compassionate care for all women, newborn infants and their families.
They work across the continuum from pre-pregnancy, pregnancy, labour and birth, postpartum, and the early weeks of newborn infants’ life. This includes women’s future reproductive health, well-being, and decisions and promoting very early child development and the parents’ transition to parenthood.
ROLES OF A REGISTERED MIDWIFE
- To advance the provision of maternal care and to develop the role of the midwife as a professional practitioner
- To raise the standard of practice of midwifery in Uganda by organizing capacity building training programs
- Promote and protect the interest and welfare of midwives in their practice
- To promote mutual respect, goodwill, and understanding among midwives and between midwives and the community
- To advise and articulate the opinions and wishes of midwives on matters pertaining to the efficient, orderly, and peaceful practice of their profession
- Encourage, educate, and motivate women and families to seek professional medical attention
- To monitor, evaluate, and conduct research into programs of interest to the Association
- To publish journals, pamphlets, monographs, report of conferences, seminars, discussions, visits, and other papers relevant to the aims of the UNMEB
Additionally, the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board UNMEB seeks to increase the enrollment of public sector midwives, to provide a facility for training/conferences of midwives in Uganda, and to launch a website for disseminating information on midwifery practices in Uganda.
10. Registered Mental Health Nurse
A mental health nurse specializes in the diagnosis and treating of psychological disorders in patients. Counseling services are also often an essential duty within this nursing discipline.
11. Registered Paediatric Nurse
From infancy into teenage years, a pediatric nurse specializes in care for children. Much like other nurses, pediatric nurses can perform physical examinations, diagnose illness and develop treatment plans.
Choose this Specialty If: you’re interested in providing basic medical care for children ranging from newborns into adolescents and young adulthood.
Other Cadre of Nursing and Midwifery of the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board UNMEB include: Enrolled Nurse, Enrolled Midwife, Enrolled Mental Health Nurse and Enrolled Comprehensive Nurse.
For more information and inquiries, contact the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board on:
Contact Address of Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board
All correspondence to the Uganda Nurses and Midwives Examinations Board must be addressed to:
Location: Plot 157 Ssebowa Road, Kiwatule, Nakawa division,
Kampala –Uganda (East Africa).
P.O. Box 3513, Kampala (Uganda).
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