Archbishop Anthony Mayala School of Nursing (AAMSoN)
A School of Nursing was established in 2009/2010 in the name of The Archbishop Anthony Mayala
School of Nursing in honor of the late Archbishop of Mwanza. The School of Nursing launched a
Bachelor of Science in Nursing Education in the academic year 2010/2011. The goals of the
School is to produce competent university graduates in nursing education who will have:
- Sound knowledge of nursing education and health science adapted to suit local needs,
- Real commitment to the health needs of people and role models;
- Create a pool of nurses endowed with a quality scientific base necessary to enable them
To be innovative and to handle nursing problems in Tanzania, able to rehabilitate the sick,
to prevent or minimize the adverse sequel of disease and to promote health.Specific Objectives
- Interpret and base nursing practice on philosophy, purpose, policy and standards of the institution at which he/she belongs.
- Relate health of the community to socio-economic and political development in providing health and education services
- Conduct research, publish and utilize research findings for evidence based practice,
- Recognize limits of her/his competence in the provision of health care in the community and refer such issues to higher levels
- Manage health care and educational institutions.
- Improve the health and well being of all clients by quality-nursing care based on their needs, problems, ongoing reforms and advances in science and technology.
- Examining patients both clinical and with the relevant investigate procedures.
- Utilize concepts of educational media and technology in teaching and learning environment.
- Utilize concepts of sociology both at learning institution and community
- Apply concepts of educational psychology in teaching and learning settings
- To upgrade Nurse tutors with Advance Diploma in Nursing Education to degree level, in order to meet
the general standard of competence in nursing education.