Department of Nursing Sciences

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Department of Nursing Sciences

 

Within the framework of the Constitution of South Africa and the vision and mission statement of the University of Johannesburg and the Faculty of Health Sciences, we strive toward quality nursing education, research and community development, in a symbiotic relationship with one another. The availability of highly skilled and qualified staff will be supported by the appropriate use of technologically-based learning opportunities that demonstrate flexibility, accessibility, mobility and responsiveness to changing needs, with diverse academic support. The mission of the School of Nursing Sciences is to develop through quality education, a competent nurse practitioner to meet the diverse and rapidly changing health needs of the South African society within the context of transformation, collaboration, partnership, diversity, equity, non-discrimination, and a diverse learner profile. Such a practitioner will reflect lifelong learning skills, career management skills, and professional and personal empowerment to function in a global society.

Recent Submissions

  • Zeelie, Susanna Catharina Dreyer (1994)
    Transcultural nursing transcends cultural boundaries . the nurse belongs to one cultural group and the patient to another. The aim of transcultural nursing is to provide the patient with culture-congruent care; care from ...
  • De Kock, Joanita (1992)
    The purpose of this study is to determine the experiences of the parents after the death of a congenital abnormal baby. Parents who have lost a baby go through a process of grief. This also applies to parents of a baby ...
  • Sliep, Yvonne (1994)
    Malawi has a population of 9 million people with AIDS the leading cause of death in the age group of 20 • 40. The HIV prevalence rate, estimated at 23% in urban areas and 8% in rural areas, is one of the highest in the ...
  • Steyn nee Wissing, Amanda De Meion; Steyn, Amanda de Meion (1993)
    The purpose of this study was to explore the experiential world of the chronic psychiatric patient In a rehabilitation centro and to sot guidelines for the psychiatric nurso to utilize the principles of restoration of ...
  • Potgieter, Susanna (1992)
    Grievance procedures form an important instrument by means of which nursing staff can make their grievances known to management, thereby effecting a solution to the problem. Therefore, the way in which grievances are ...

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