» (AAMSoN)-CUHAS is in line with tanzanian vision of 2025 in training of highly qualified proffesionals. This Nursing School produces well equipped Nurse Teachers with Bachelor of Science in Nursing Education and nurses with Bachelor of Science in Nursing. The programmes are geared towards producing innovative, creative and flexible nurses and nurse teachers who will cope with the dynamic changes of their professions, technology and socio-economic needs. Emphasis is on nursing standards, ethical issues and values of human life in the nursing and midwifery profession.

Bachelor of science in Nursing Education (BSc.NED)
Bachelor of science in Nursing

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  • Prevalence and indications of long‑term indwelling urinary catheter among out‑patients attending urology clinic at a tertiary hospital in Northwestern Tanzania Read More
  • Liraglutide protects pancreatic β cells from endoplasmic reticulum stress by upregulating MANF to promote autophagy turnover Read More
  • Transcriptomic profiling of peroxisome-related genes reveals a novel prognostic signature in hepatocellular carcinoma Read More
  • Hypoxia-Induced Aquaporin-3 Changes Hepatocellular Carcinoma Cell Sensitivity to Sorafenib by Activating the PI3K/Akt Signaling Pathway Read More


» Warm Welcome to the AAMSoN –CUHAS web site: A site to encourage you for more communication among AAMSoN team –students and staff with their colleagues from other departments. Clinical staff and patients, researchers and our collaborators are warmly invited to share with us much more than before. Our desire is to see the future nurses and midwives become the Best Careers who utilize evidence based nursing and midwifery practices in their work. This website creates a platform to start learning the current evidences in Nursing and Midwifery care.


    Dr Rose Mjawa LaisserDean AAMSoN.