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This course helps students to develop an understanding of the principles and the process of research in nursing and the use of research to inform nursing practice.
Offered: Semester 2
Prerequisites: HNS261, HNS262, HNS361
Contact hours per week: 3
Assessment: 60% coursework, 40% examination
This course introduces students to the legal and ethical issues and dilemma arising from the Nursing and Midwifery Act 2007 and other laws affecting nursing practice.
Offered: Semester 1
Prerequisites: HNS261, HNS262
Contact hours per week: 3
Assessment: 50% coursework, 50% examination
This course examines reproductive health in relation to primary healthcare principles of equity, accessibility and freedom of choice.
Offered: Semester 1
Prerequisites: HNS262
Contact hours per week: 6
Assessment: 50% coursework, 50% examination
This course focuses on nursing care provision and management for a child- bearing woman, while experiencing the nurse-traditional birth attendant working relationship and partnership in care.
Offered: Semester 1
Prerequisites for HNS313: HNS126
Prerequisites for HNS353: HNS262
Contact hours per week: 8
Assessment: 100% competency based
This course explores the concepts and principles of safe motherhood and the effects on the family of the mother's pregnancy, child-birth and child-care.
Offered: Semester 1
Prerequisites f HNS121
Prerequisites fHNS265, HNS251, HNS261
Contact hours per week: 3
Assessment: 50% coursework, 50% examination

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Thumbnail     PROVISIONAL RESULTS SEMESTER TWO 2019  Results for Week one of the exams have been posted at the Taputoi Foyer and applications for recounts are now open.  Deadline for recount is Tuesday  17 December 2019 or  contact us on Tel. 20072 Ext 126,127,132,293 or 297.   Faafetai ma ia manuia.   STUDENT...
Thumbnail   On Monday 2nd of December 2019 the Samoa Knowledge Society Initiative Project  was launched at the National University of Samoa School of Maritime Training and Marine Research Centre  Campus located at Mulinu’u. The launch was conducted through a training which included researchers from the NUS,...
Thumbnail Talofa Lava! The National University of Samoa is currently in transition. We are awaiting the start of our newly appointed Vice Chancellor and President, Professor Alec Ekeroma who will officially begin his three-year term with us on 2 February 2020.   At the 62nd Meeting of the NUS Council held on...
Thumbnail FOUNDATION CERTIFICATES   The list for all Foundation students who have completed the requirements of the Foundation programme has been posted at  the Taputoi Foyer at  Le Papaigalagala Campus.   To avoid large gatherings and to expedite  applications to overseas universities, certificates for students...
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