Nursing Sciences

21 March 2015 Author :  

The health-care industry has continued to change dramatically over the past few years, transforming the roles of nurses and escalating the opportunities for those who graduate from nursing Faculties. The current shortage of nurses in Sudan is caused by an increasing number of hospitals and hospitalized patients.

The increasing scope of nursing opportunities will grow immensely as nurses become the frontline providers of health care. They are assuming important roles in the provision of managed care, and they will be responsible for coordinating and continuing the care outside traditional health-care facilities. Nurses will play a major role in educating the public and addressing the social and economic factors that impact quality of care.

Vision Statement

The Nursing Program will provide a professional educational program that will stimulate learners to promote, maintain and restore the health of individuals, diverse communities and the environment now and in the future through evidence-based practice and the use of technology.

Mission Statement

Our mission is to provide a quality education to a diverse body of accountable, competent, critical thinking students who are prepared upon graduation to function independently and collaboratively in professional nursing roles in the changing world of the future. The program provides a nursing foundation which promotes holistic, evidence-based health care in a professional community. The faculty promotes the concept of lifelong learning based on scholarly teaching, research, practice and service in order to maintain competence and achieve new competencies as the profession evolves.

Goals for Graduates

1- Use knowledge from the arts and sciences to provide qualityevidence-based nursing care.

2- Implement effective nursing care within established ethical and legal parameters in partnership with clients and in collaboration with the interdisciplinary health care team.

3- Provide individualized, culturally competent nursing care to clients and families of all ages, diverse communities and society at large.

4- Demonstrate professional leadership skills which include interdisciplinary communication in management of client care.

5- Assume responsibility for the delivery of safe and effective nursing care.

6- Act as an advocate for both sick and healthy clients across the lifespan and for the nursing profession.

7- Assume responsibility for lifelong learning within the nursing profession.

8- Demonstrate competency with changing technology and informatics in healthcare


Dr. Eman awad sedig

  Coordinator ofScience Nursing Program

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Khartoum / Al-Riyadh - Almshtal Street

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