(From right) Obongo Tom, Namuli Teddy, Olowo Samuel, Kandole Tedson, Osire John Andrew, and Nyakuri Emma pose for a photo after the defence

On December 15th 2023, the Department of Nursing Science in Critical Care celebrated the amazing achievements of its six candidates who successfully defended their Master’s dissertations. These candidates were Obongo Tom, Namuli Teddy, Olowo Samuel, Kandole Tedson, Osire John Andrew, and Nyakuri Emma. It’s always great to see talented individuals making impressive strides in their fields! Their hard work and dedication have paid off, and we are thrilled to congratulate them on a job well done.

Below are topics and abstracts for each of their dessertations;

“Effect of an education intervention on knowledge, perception, and acceptability of the full outline of unresponsiveness score among health workers at Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital: A pilot study”


“Attitudes and practices of health care providers towards pain management among patients in ICU, Medical and surgical emergency wards Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital”


“Effect of an Education Intervention on nurses’ knowledge and practice on the use of Early Warning Score in recognition of critical illness at Mulago Hospital”


“Clinical Characteristics and predictors of Outcomes of patients with traumatic brain injury at Fort Portal Regional Referral Hospital”



“Knowledge of ICU nurses regarding endotracheal suctioning guidelines at Mulago, Jinja, and Mbarara Referral Hospital”


“Evaluation of the implementation of the sepsis care bundle in the management of sepsis at Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital”


Our program produces top-notch graduates who are ready to make meaningful contributions to the field.

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