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The College of Nursing and Midwifery places a strong emphasis on research as a fundamental pillar of academic excellence and innovation. The institution is committed to advancing knowledge in the fields of nursing and midwifery, contributing to the improvement of healthcare practices and outcomes.

Research Objective:

The primary objectives of research activities at the College are multifaceted:

  • Knowledge Advancement: To contribute to the expansion of knowledge in nursing, midwifery, and related healthcare fields through rigorous and impactful research endeavors.
  • Practice Enhancement: To inform and enhance healthcare practices by conducting research that addresses current challenges, explores innovative solutions, and ultimately improves patient care.
  • Student Involvement: To actively involve students in research activities, fostering a culture of inquiry, critical thinking, and evidence-based practice from the early stages of their academic journey.
  • Community Impact: To extend the benefits of research to the wider community by addressing community-specific health concerns, collaborating with local healthcare providers, and disseminating research findings through community outreach programs.

Key Areas of Research:

Research activities at the College span a diverse range of topics within nursing, midwifery, and maternal and child health. Key areas of focus include:

  • Maternal and Child Health: Investigating best practices in maternal and child healthcare, including interventions during pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period.
  • Community Health: Addressing community-specific health issues, developing preventive strategies, and optimizing healthcare delivery in community settings.
  • Nursing Education: Evaluating and enhancing nursing education methods, curriculum development, and the impact of educational interventions on student learning outcomes.
  • Clinical Practices: Investigating innovative clinical practices, exploring the effectiveness of nursing interventions, and improving patient outcomes through evidence-based care.
  • Health Promotion: Researching strategies for promoting healthy lifestyles, preventing diseases, and improving overall community well-being.

    Research activities at the College of Nursing and Midwifery reflect a commitment to excellence, innovation, and the advancement of healthcare practices, ensuring that the institution remains at the forefront of evidence-based care and education.