TAIWO, Atinuke Olayinka
Asst. Chief Midwife Tutor
School of Nursing, University College Hospital, Ibadan.
|Date of Birth: 12th April,1974|
|LGA/State: Ijebu North/Ogun|
|Mail Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com|
|Department: Nursing Education|
|Designation: Asst. Chief Midwife Tutor|
Ladoke Akintola University Technology, Ogbomoso
|University of Ibadan||B.Sc (Psychology)||2012|
|University of Ibadan||Diploma In Midwifery Education (RM)||2008|
School of Nursing University College, Hospital
|Registered Nurse (RN)||1992|
|School Of Midwifery Sacred Heart Hospital, Lantoro, Abeokuta|
Registered Midwife (RM)
Ebenezer Grammar School Iberekodo, Abeokuta
Sacred Heart Hospital Lantoro, Abeokuta, Ogun State 1997-1998
Sacred Heart Hospital Lantoro, Abeokuta, Ogun State 1999-2000
University College Hospital, Ibadan 2001
|Factors responsible for high occurrence of malaria fever among residence of Gbelekale Area of Ibadan North East Local Government, Oyo State.||Nil||2006|
Care givers burden and demographic factors as predictors of psychological well being among relatives of cancer Patients in University College Hospital, Ibadan.
OBJECTIVES OF THE SCHOOL ACADEMIC PROGRAMME
At the end of course, the Clinical Nursing Student should achieve the following objectives:
Assess the clinical patient to determine his/her physical and emotional needs
Evaluate the learning needs of the clinical patient and his family and perform teaching as needed
Provide physical and emotional support to the patient and his family during the clinical period.
Exhibit Competence in the role of scrubbing and circulating.
Communicate, interest effectively, ensure safety and implement clinical care decision with other members of the health team, Supervise and instruct clinical nursing students and others; Control hospital cost through effective budgeting and auditing Participate in architectural design of Clinical Nursing Department to effect efficiency and Quality patient care Initiate; conduct and participate in research projects directed towards clinical patient care and growth of the nursing profession