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St. Theresa school of nursing and midwifery was established in Nabugolo village, lunyolya parish, Bamunanika Luweero District. We are a Private Not for Profit school who offer both diploma and certificate courses in nursing, midwifery, laboratory Techniques, Theatre Techniques for both male and female.The facility was also launched To train sons and daughters who would eventually result into reputable health workers who are able to provide complete and high quality health services with a vision to be a leading provider of quality and reasonable health training in Uganda. Some of the skill sets packaged for our learners include: Clinical Research Methodology, Laboratory Techniquescommunication and computer skills and Special training on assistive technology Equipment. In all our endeavors at St. Theresa nursing and midwifery school, God comes first and so Every mornings and evenings students converge at the school chapel for praise and worship.

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SOME OF THE SKILL SETS PROVIDED AT THE SCHOOL

Clinical Research Methodology

This is a specific procedure or technique used to identify, select, process, and analyze information about a topic (say clinical medicine). Forinstance, In a research paper, the methodology section allows the reader to critically evaluate a study's overall validity and reliability. At St. Theresa Nursing and Midwifery School, we provide avenues for feature researchers in the area of medicine particularly clinical practice.

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laboratory techniques

At St. Theresa Nursing and Midwifery School, we feel the need to equip our feature nurses and midwifes with laboratory techniques is inevitable. some of the techniques considered are Extraction & Storage of Biomolecules and microscopic.

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SPECIAL TRAINING ON ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY EQUIPTMENT

At the School focus on skilling our nurses and midwives on assistive devices and technologies which include wheelchairs, prostheses, hearings aids, visual aids, and specialised computer software and hardware that increase mobility, hearing, vision, or communication capacities is necessary and so we do provide these skills.

 

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