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The Nurse/Midwife/Public Health Tutors programme is a programme initiated in 1976 as part of efforts to implement the then Third Development Plan as it relates to Health care services. The Federal Government, having identified shortage of manpower as a major constraint in health care services, formulated specific health policies and objectives, designed to create considerable development impart in the Health Sector. One of such policy, apart from further expansion of relevant health training institutions in the country, was to pursue a more dynamic training programme than in the past for the various cadre of Health Workers especially those in very short supply. Nursing education was one of such areas of need with shortage of manpower as it affects health services in general. The above conceived, and with the well-known reputation of which University College Hospital, Ibadan and all its various schools of Health Workers including the medical school are famous, the University College Hospital, Board of Management was approached with the plan in July 1976.
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Candidates seeking admission into the Nurse Tutors' Programme must possess the following:
1. Senior Secondary Certificate or its equivalent with credits in a least five relevant subjects.
2. Professional Qualifications/Experiences
In addition, the prospective students must show Evidence Of Sponsorship throughout the period of training. Candidates must have at least two (2) years of post-registration experience in the intended area of specialty and candidates will also be required to undertake an examination.
1. Admission Policy
Application letters are invited from Ministries of Health, Teaching Hospitals, Nurses’ Training Institutions and other Government Agencies who would like to sponsor suitably qualified candidates for admission in October 2015 for the above named programme. Prospective self-sponsored candidates may also apply.
2. Method Of Application
Applicants should forward four (4) stamped self-addressed official envelopes and non-refundable application fee of seven thousand, five hundred naira (N7,500.00) only payable into the School’s remittal account. Bank account details and forms can be obtained directly from: Nurse/Midwife/Public Health Nurse Tutors’ Programme, Federal Training Centre for Teachers of Health Sciences University College Hospital, Ibadan.
The Student Union is the representative student body of the School. All registered students are members of the union by payment of an annual subscription which is to be paid directly to the SUB Account. Following a government policy, Student Unionism is voluntary, in effect; student may opt out of the Union.The general function of the Union is to foster and manage the athletic.
Our vision is to produce highly skilled, committed and competent Nurse/Midwife/Public Health Nurse Tutors’ Educators capable of teaching students in Basic and Post-basic schools. The preparation of these educators should conform with the present graduate education reforms in nursing education and practice.
School Of Nurse Tutors' Programme, Ibadan, is the only the Nurse/Midwife/Public Health Tutors programme schools in Nigeria. The school was established as a result of the need for specialties that require certain skills which must be developed from a particular set of knowledge, ability, attitude and values.
1. Assess the clinical patient to determine his/her physical and emotional needs
2. Evaluate the learning needs of the clinical patient and his family and perform teaching as needed
3. Provide physical and emotional support to the patient and his family during the clinical period.