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Tung Shin Academy of Nursing was started in 1992 and began a two year Certificate in Nursing Course. To date, more than 350 Assistant Nurses qualified from this program are serving in various hospitals throughout Malaysia and Singapore. In 2012, the Academy began additional program, that is Diploma in Nursing – a three year, full-time training program.
UCSI University works to advance healthcare through medical education. Our mission is to groom tomorrow’s doctors and healthcare practitioners to heal, care and make life better for local, national and global communities. To this end, we seek to equip the best people with the best ideas, skill sets and ethics to make a telling difference in all they do.
At the Faculty, our commitment to improve outcomes in medicine is matched by its approach to nursing. Anchored on quality, professionalism, multidisciplinary teamwork and genuine care, our nursing programmes are designed with one thing in mind: Trust you can rely on. Quality patient care is a vital component in the road to recovery and our students are trained to impact lives through expertise and passion. We want our nursing graduates to be the higher-order professionals the industry needs and we take pride that they are highly sought after by prominent industry players.
Department of Nursing Science was first established in 1993 as a Nursing Unit under the Department of Allied Health Sciences. It was the first nursing unit to recognize the importance of bacculaurate education in nursing and became the pioneer in the transition in the nursing education from a diploma to a graduate program, Bacherlor of Nursing Science in Malaysia. Ever since its information the unit has been involved in teaching undergraduate courses leading to Bachelor in Nursing.
The Unit was established as a clinical department: Department of Nursing Science in Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya on the 1st July 2007.
The Vision of the Department is to be the pioneer in producing Nursing leaders to meet the country’s aspiration and bring changes in the healthcare system and nursing profession. With this vision we hope to produce nursing graduates with research culture and practice evidence based nursing. Upon completion, graduates are expected to practice nursing knowledge critically and ethically by applying scientific nursing foundation in health care delivery.