University of Cape Coast celebrated the annual International Breast Cancer awareness month. As part of the awareness campaign a free breast cancer screening was organized for the staff of the University.  This was the ninth time the Breast Cancer screening was arranged on campus.

The University of Cape Coast (UCC) has matriculated 29 Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) Post Diploma Graduate in Education (PDGE) students for the 2020/2021 Academic Year.

Addressing the gathering on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dora Francisca Edu-Buandoh, explained that the ceremony had been organised to receive and matriculate the students who had been admitted into the Post-Diploma in Education programme of the Centre for Teacher Professional Development of the University of Cape Coast. 

Research Grant Award Winners

The School of Nursing and Midwifery (SNM), in collaboration with the Directorate of Research,

Innovation and Consultancy (DRIC), has held its maiden Research Support Grants Award


The Dean of the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Dr Nancy Innocentia Ebu Enyan, explained

that the principal goal of the ceremony was to work towards achieving the current Research

Agenda of the University of Cape Coast which focused on “Education and Environment for

The School of Nursing and Midwifery (SNM) has held a stakeholder’s

meeting on the theme, “The role of Nurses in managing students on the


Presenting on the theme was Dr Christian Makafui Boso, a Lecturer at

the School of Nursing and Midwifery. He expressed that the purpose of

the meeting was to analyze the roles of clinical nurses in managing

students’ behaviour, and also outline strategies to help manage students'

The School of Nursing and Midwifery has held a workshop for Lecturers and staff of the School

on Problem Based Learning (PBL) and Data Management.

The Dean of the School, Dr. Nancy Innocentia Ebu Enyan, said that the workshop was organized

to meet Key Thrust 1 of the UCC Corporate Strategic Plan, which focuses on reflective teaching

and learning. “As a school, we sat down to evaluate our teaching methodology and realized that

The GVSU team with staff of the School of Nursing and Midwifery

The School of Nursing and Midwifery has welcomed the eighth batch of nursing students from Grand Valley State University (GVSU), USA, for the 2020 Study Abroad in Ghana.

The GVSU students who were accompanied by three lecturers are in Ghana for a two-week Community Health Nursing programme in some communities in the Central Region. 

The School of Nursing under the College of Health and Allied Sciences has engaged students of the School to know at first-hand their academic concerns, welfare and other issues confronting them on campus.  

The day’s engagement, dubbed: “Students-Management Consultative Meeting”, also afforded Management and faculty of the School the opportunity to familiarise with students, especially the level 100s.

Participants with dignitaries

The University of Cape Coast in collaboration with the University of Alabama, United States of America (UA) and Central University (CU), has held the first Joint Symposium on the theme “Social Determinants of Health” on campus.
The one-day Symposium which is the first of a series of symposia by the three institutions was intended to foster international partnerships for research and policy formulation in the area of health. 

Tutors of Nursing and Midwifery Training College with facilitators of the workshop

The Institutional Affiliation Office (IAO) has begun series of workshops to build the capacities of tutors in Nursing and Midwifery Training Colleges (NMTC) across the country offering Diploma in Midwifery for Post Nurse Assistant Clinicals and Nurse Assistant Preventive (NAC/NAP) students. 

The workshops which are being held in the various campuses of the Colleges are aimed at building the capacities of tutors in Assessment to improve their instructions in the classroom and helping students to learn.