Skills Laboratory

I am confident that with the support and commitment from our partners we will be able to build a future in which our Nurses and Midwives provide care to patients and the community at large in a competent and caring manner with dignity and respect.

Openning of Skills Lab Deputy Minister

Deputy Minister of Health Honorable Dr. Chitalu Chilufya. US embassy Chargé d’ Affaires David Young(left) and UTH Senior Medical Superintendent Dr Lackson Kasonka (far right).

Speaking on behalf of the Vice President Mrs. Inonge Wina MP, Deputy Minister of Health Dr Chitalu Chilufya said the donation from the government of the United States through NEPI (Nursing Education Partnership Initiative) to the people of Zambia was timely. He said such support and commitment from partners will build a future in which Nurses and Midwives provide care to patients and the community at large.

The Ministry of Health and the Government of the United States and has been working closely with each other in supporting three programmes. Namely Nursing and Midwives Institutions which are the University of Zambia Department of Nursing Sciences, The Lusaka Schools of Nursing and Midwifery and the Monze Schools of Nursing and Midwifery.

This joint effort has culminated in the establishment of the state-of-the-art skills laboratory the first of its kind in Zambia which will greatly improve Nursing Midwifery Education not only at the University Teaching Hospital but a country as a whole.

Openning of Skills Lab

Deputy Minister of Health Honorable Dr. Chitalu Chilufya and US embassy Chargé d’ Affaires David Young officially open the Skills Lab

At the same occasion U.S. Embassy Chargé d’ Affaires David Young said the United States Government is committed to ensure that the support rendered by any project ultimately benefits the Zambian population because the United States assistance places a strong emphasis on integrating service delivery systems and improving the education and training of health providers. Mr. Young reiterated his Government’s commitment towards the programme and prayed that the equipment and manikins that have been procured will enhance students learning and the mastering of desired skills and competencies which will no doubt enhance patients’ safety.

In her vote of thanks Principal   Nursing Education Officer Mrs. Ireen Mukonka thanked ICAP (International Centre for AIDS Care and

Treatment Programs NEPI for partnering with the Government of the Republic of Zambia in uplifting nursing education at this school. She assured the Minister of the Schools determination in ensuring that the skills laboratory will improve the way clinical skills are taught at the school as the school expands and responds to the health training needs of the country.

‘’I also thank University Teaching Hospital Management and staff for their selfless and ceaseless technical support and guidance in ensuring that the skills Laboratory   is completed, ’she concluded.

Demonstration Room

One of the demonstration rooms in the Lab

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