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In recognition of her outstanding contribution to Nursing and Midwifery Education and Academic Research programmes in Ghana, the University of Ghana has elevated Dr. Ernestina Safoa Donkor,a distinguished lecturer and Acting Dean of the School of Nursing, University of Ghana, to Professorial status.
Prof. Donkor who is also a member the 12th Governing Board of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana (N&MC) is currently the only black Professor of nursing in Ghana.
Sharing her celebrated achievement with the N&MC newsline team, Prof Donkor disclosed that she has worked as a lecturer at the School of Nursing for the past 17 years where she has contributed immensely towards nursing and midwifery education in areas such as the development of curricular for undergraduate, masters and paediatric nursing programmes.
She has worked as a researcher and consultant on several development and research policy issues on female infertility and its management in Africa, as well as the design and delivery of capacity building training programmes for nursing and midwifery practice in Ghana and Africa.
Extraordinary, Stupendous and Mega are just a few words that can best describe the induction ceremony held for newly qualified nurses and midwives for the Southern belt at Pavilion B, Accra Trade Fair Centre on FridayMarch 20th 2015.
The heart-stirring ceremony was organized for the newly qualified who trained in the Greater Accra, Eastern, Volta, Western and Central Regions of Ghana.
As at 7:00 am, the whole of Pavilion B was inundated with photographers who were busily setting up their printers and other electronic gadgets. The spinners were testing their machines and the organizers were busily cleaning the tables and chairs.
Clad in their usual green and white (Ladies) and white and Khaki (Gentlemen) the newly qualified nurses and midwives started trooping in the premises around 8:00am and you could read from their facial expressions their excitement to be part of the induction.
In order to deepen their understanding of the operations of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Ghana, the Registrar of the Council, Mr. Felix Nyante has held discussions with students pursuing the MPhil in Nursing programme at the School of Nursing, University of Ghana,Legon to educate them about the Council’s operation in accordance with the Health Professions Regulatory Bodies Act, 2013 (Act 857).
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