Texila American University has signed agreement with hospitals in Zambia.

Posted by admin_za - 19 July, 2017

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between Texila American University Zambia (TAU-Z), Chulanga District Health Office (DHO) and Levy Mwanawasy Hospital, Lusaka for the clinical placements of the Texila Nursing Students.  Now Texila Nursing students can pursue Clinical Placements in any hospitals in the district.

 

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In every Semester, the nursing students should undergo 4 to 6 weeks of Clinical placements for hands-on training. This affiliation will make it easy and convenient for the students to practice in any leading hospital in Chulanga for the Clinical Placements upon completion of the courseware.

Talking to the media, Dr.Vijayakumar quoted that “This partnership will enhance our Nursing students to undergo hands-on training in leading hospitals in the district. This is the first initiative from Texila American University and in future we are planning to partner with more District offices and large hospitals to enhance the student experiences for the healthcare programs.”

About Texila American University Zambia:

  • Wing of Texila American University Consortium (TAU-C)
  • The campus is located in Lusaka, Zambia and is approved by the Higher Education Authority, Ministry of Higher Education Zambia
  • Offers programs ranging from Medicine & Pharmacy – Healthcare Foundation Programs, Business & Management, Information Technology and Education.
  •  TAU Zambia offers full time, part time and Open and Distance learning programs

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Topics: medicine, nursing, Clinical Placements, Nursing Students


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