CUHAS-News

NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

The Catholic University of Health and Allied Sciences (CUHAS), owned by the Tanzania Episcopal Conference (TEC), provides training for over 2,700 students. CUHAS is currently running programmes in Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Master of Medicine (MMed), Master in Public Health (MPH), Master of Science in Pediatric Nursing (M.Sc.PN), Doctor of Medicine (MD), Bachelor of Pharmacy (B.Pharm), Bachelor of Science in Nursing Education (B.Sc.NED), Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.Sc.N), Bachelor of Medical Laboratory Sciences (BMLS), Diploma in Pharmaceutical Sciences (DPS), Diploma in Medical Laboratory Sciences (DMLS) and Diploma in Diagnostic Radiography (DDR). CUHAS invites suitably qualified persons to be immediately considered to fill the following vacant position:

EMPLOYMENT_OPPORTUNITIES_ FOR_ Admin_officer.pdf

GIRLS IMPACT THE WORLD FIRM FESTIVAL 2019

Diana Senator Lyoto, Bpharm 2 student with the registration number CUHAS/BP/3000442/T/17 Movie DELIMMA has been selected to be a finalist in this year Girls Impact the World Firm Festival (GITW) which will take place at the St Andrew's Dell Fine Arts Theater in Austin, TEXAS on Sunday, April 14th 2019. Wishing him the best of luck. CUHAS

GIWF.pdf

ADVERTISEMENT TO ALL STUDENTS

We are updating HESLB allocation data, in so doing we are advising not to access them until Tomorrow at 10a.m (14/3/2018). Management

OSIM ADVERTISEMENT.pdf

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY

JOB TITLE: Assistant lecturer, Lecturer or Senior Lecturer in the Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology.

Job_Opportunity_January_2019.pdf

TRANSFORMING HEALTH PROFESSIONS EDUCATION IN TANZANIA (THET)-SELECTED YOUNG RESEARCH PEERS

THET is pleased to announce 12 junior faculty from MUHAS, CUHAS and KCMUCo who have been selected into the first cohort of Young Research Peers. The selected applicants are;

THET - Announcement of Selected Young Research Peers 2018.pdf

Enterobacter bugandensis

Nosocomial pathogens can cause life-threatening infections in neonates and immunocompromised patients. E. bugandensis (EB-247) is a recently described species of Enterobacter, associated with neonatal sepsis.

Enterobacter bugandensis -severe infections.pdf

PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT

This is to announce to the CUHAS/BMC community that following the end of term for some of the current office-holders, the 26th Council Meeting has appointed Deans and Directors with effect from 09thFebruary, 2018

ANNOUNCEMENT.pdf