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School of Nursing

Professional Activities and Continuous Training

One. Overall, 10.5 percent of the teachers at the School of Nursing have positions at the Ministry of Health (Mongolia) as consultants of professional, nursing and rehabilitation to help make better policy making.

Two. As of qualification, 25 percent of our teachers are associate professors, 17 percent are master lecturers, and 12 percent are senior lecturers. Our teachers work with 38 hospitals aiding as professional and methodological consultants.

Three. We established Nursing Commission to provide Central Hospital of MNUMS, Central Dental Hospital, Central Hospital of Mongolian Complementary Medicine and Mongolia-Japan Hospital with professional, central management for creating sufficient, qualified nursing services. Besides, we run the Rehabilitation Center at the Central Hospital of MNUMS.

Four. Our specialized doctors and instructors work at ambulatories and wards, helping with surgeries and diagnostic services. They provide public services at National Center for Communicable Diseases and National Rehabilitation and Development Center by helping people with skeletal system, and those who need physical and occupational therapy after cerebrovascular accident.

Five. Non-governmental organization, association, communities.

Our teachers work in non-governmental sectors as head director, chief, secretary as well as active members. They show highly competent services in 21 provinces and 9 districts.

Such organizations include:

  • Mongolian Nursing Federation
  • Nursing Association for Military and Militarized Institutes
  • Mongolian Nurses Association
  • Nursing Association for Public Health
  • Society for Triage Nurses
  • Center for Nursing Life, NGO
  • Society for Anesthesia and Intensive Care Nurses
  • Mongolian Association for Midwifery and Gynecology
  • Mongolian Menopause Andropause Society
  • Mongolian Association for Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy
  • Mongolian Physical Therapy Association
  • Perfect Center for First-Aid and Health, NGO
  • National Olympic Academy of Mongolia

Six. Professional activities for students

  • Due to the decision approved by the Director of the School of Nursing, every class has its own assistant instructor and the assistant instructor counsels students on learning techniques and difficulties in learning.
  • Outside of class, we provide students with opportunities to work. We had contracts with the Employment Support Center of Ulaanbaatar and the Employment Office of Bayangol District.
  • To support the mental health of our students, we established a psychological counseling center.
  • We have established an infirmary for students. And doctors have been working in that infirmary since 2021.
  • The school has 13 student clubs that are led by teachers and organize activities in different fields, as well as a world health day event every year.
  • We have established the Center for Students Health Supporting. Internists, pediatricians, surgeons, midwives, psychiatrists, and teachers of nursery school are working with the aim of treating, and counseling student’s physical and mental health issues. Gynecological examinations, family planning counseling, pediatric examinations, counseling for student mothers, psychological counseling, and nursery services are also available.

Seven. Continuous Training
In 1979, on the school’s 50th anniversary, around 10 of our lecturers and instructors travelled through Dornod, Khuvsgul, Zavkhan provinces organizing instructor-alumni meeting. In those meetings, our teachers then met more than 500 nurses and staff from some hospitals in Ulaanbaatar as well as other cities and provinces. That year remarked the beginning of our annual instructor-alumni meetings, focused on professional advice and experience sharing. Despite our formal meetings, we do care for the public that we advertise our commitments and researches through media and communication services such as TV channels and FM radio.

Our school views postgraduate training as essential and organizes such trainings occasionally:

  1. Qualified Lead Nurses project. Through the project, we successfully upskilled 30 lead nurses working at the General Authority for Border Protection.

  1. Training and Upskilling the Nursing Instructors project. With the project, our instructors trained overall 19 nurses and staff worked at the Regional Diagnostic and Treatment Center in Uvurkhangai province.
  2. In cooperation with Center for Health Development, we have created Continuing Professional Education credits program for doctors and medical workers, and the program is currently undergoing.
  3. Last but definitely not the least, we also do run seminars and team trainings, cooperating with the General Staff of the Mongolian Armed Forces.