COLLEGE OF NURSING AND MIDWIFERY

 

VISION

The College of Nursing and Midwifery envisions an accredited, high standard, quality knowledge center able to produce empowered, caring, locally relevant, globally competent, creative & critical thinking graduates.

MISSION

The College is dedicated to develop an individual holistically by providing the needed experience in order to discover innate capabilities & to practice one’s calling for humanitarian service to the fullest.

GOALS

Recognizing God as the invisible leader and source of divine calling to serve humanity, the College aims to provide the best possible nursing and midwifery education to the students in a high quality setting that is conducive in attaining its vision by:

  1. Providing an academic milieu to hone the student’s right attitude, right knowledge and right skills.
  2. Implementing a relevant, well crafted curriculum based on CHED Memorandum and the needs of the nearby society, whole humanity locally and globally.
  3. Providing a venue for students to practice their leadership and management skills.
  4. Creating opportunities/experiences to harness the student’s innate potentials, talents and special skills both in curricular and co-curricular activities.
  5. Inculcating the essence of IMCC and nursing core values both in classroom and related learning experiences.
  6. Providing a quality education that develops a nurse/midwife responsible to the needs of the country and global communities.
A. BS IN NURSING

At the end of four years nursing training, the graduate nurse:

  • Possesses caring behavior (committed, conscientious, competent, confident, compassionate);
  • Practice legal, ethico-moral, special responsibilities/ accountabilities;
  • Demonstrates critical and creative thinking;
  • Practices S-K-A’s for the promotion of health, prevention of illness, restoration of health, alleviation of suffering, assisting clients to face death with dignity and in peace;
  • Integrates spirituality in the care of clients; and
  • Applies the key core competency standards in nursing practice.

 

B. MIDWIFERY

At the end of Two-Year Course in Midwifery, the graduate:

  • Possesses knowledge, attitude and skills in the care of the girl-child, adolescent and adult woman prior to, during and after pregnancy;
  • Perform  primary  health  care  services  within  the  community (Promotive and preventive care);
  • Counsel and educate the community regarding responsible parenthood and promotion of maternal and child health care;
  • Detect abnormal conditions of mother and child with procurement of specialized assistance as necessary (consultation of referral).
Courses Offered
FOUR (4) YEAR COURSE
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing
SHORT-TERM COURSE
  • Two-Year Midwifery

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