School of Nursing

Department of Midwifery and Maternal-Child health nursing


The midwife department has a total of 11 staff members; 10 lecturers and 1 assistant. The teaching staff of the department consists of 6 obstetrician-lecturers, 1 neonatologist-lecturer, and 3 maternal and child nurse-lecturers.

Our aim

The aim of the program is to provide comprehensive and competent training for students majoring in midwifery and nursing, providing quality and accessible obstetrics and nursing care, and women’s health services to reduce infant and child mortality and complications.

Faculty members

  • Tsetsegmaa. P – Head of department,  Senior faculty member, Ph.D, MD of Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Oyunbileg. Ya – Senior faculty member, MS, MD of Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Tsetsegsuren. Kh – Senior faculty member, MSc, MD of Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Tuul. B – Lecturer, MS, MD of Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Tuyatsatsral. L – Lecturer, MSc, MD of Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Serjnyam. S – Lecturer, MSc, MD of Obstetrics/Gynecology
  • Erdenetuya.T – Senior faculty member, MS, MD of Pediatric
  • Khishigdelger.L – Senior faculty member, MSc, RN
  • Enkhmaa. J – Senior faculty member, MSc, RN
  • Azjargal. B – Lecturer, MSc, MD

The activity of the Department of midwife, maternal and child nursing
Undergraduate training:

  • Healthy pregnancy care
  • Normal delivery care
  • Newborn care
  • Pregnancy complications
  • Birth and postpartum complications
  • Women’s health
  • Family planning
  • Emergency obstetric care
  • Nursing skills
  • Public Health Studies
  • Pediatrics, IMCI
  • Epidemiology
  • Research methodology
  • Thinking, decision making method
  • Maternal and child health education counseling method

 Graduate training:

  • Advanced health assessment
  • Evidence-based pregnancy, childbirth and neonatal care
  • Quality and safety of care
  • Advanced obstetrics and nursing research methodology
  • Girls’ and women’s health care
  • Gender equality
  • Care for abused children and women

Postgraduate training:

  • Higher bachelor’s degree in obstetrics
  • Advanced bachelor’s degree in nursing
  • In-service training for midwives
  • Emergency obstetric professional development training
  • Training for midwives to provide family planning assistance
  • Provide the profession of neonatal nurse
  • In-service training for newborn nurses
  • Professional development training for team feldshers
  • Training for pediatric nurses
  • In-service training for pediatric nurses

Research priorities:

  • Pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum psychological features
  • Respectful obstetric care and Doula care during childbirth
  • Obstetrician development policy, management and leadership
  • Human resources and social issues of midwives
  • Quality and safety of maternal and newborn care
  • Medical education
  • Women and family planning issues
  • Adolescent Reproductive Health Education
  • Postpartum women’s health

Professional cooperation

  • National Center for Maternal and Child health
  • Urguu Maternity Hospital, Ulaanbaatar
  • Amgalan Maternity Hospital, Ulaanbaatar
  • Khuree Maternity Hospital, Ulaanbaatar
  • National Center for Cancer Research
  • National Center for Infectious Diseases
  • “Gurvan Gal” Hospital
  • Bayanzurkh district, Songinokhairkhan district, QD general hospital, FHC
  • High school classes
  • Mongolian Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
  • Mongolian Midwives Association
  • Mongolian Menopausal Andropus Regulatory Association
  • Marie Stopes International NGO

Foreign cooperation

  • Tsukuba University, Japan
  • Kitasota School of Nursing, Japan
  • University of Michigan, USA
  • University of York and Oxford, England
  • Birth link NGO in the UK
  • Sante Sud French NGO
  • Rotary International
  • International Confederation of midwives

Student activities

  • “Intimate Helper” student club
  • “Peer Advisor” student club
  • Nursing and IPTW Student Club