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At an operational visit to the Nursing and Midwifery Training School, Ashanti Mampong, the Registrar of the Nursing and Midwifery Council, Mr. Felix Nyante told Staff and Students that the rapid pace of technological revolution currently being experienced in the world demonstrates no signs of decline and has already significantly influenced nursing and midwifery training and practice.

Mr. Nyante added that technology is gaining popularity in nursing and midwifery training as a way to deliver instructions to nursing and midwifery students with diverse learning needs in academic and clinical settings.
Touching on some new trends in the training of students, the Registrar noted that “the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR) indicates that a shift is taking place across nursing and midwifery education in which students are learning by creating rather than consuming content delivered by the Tutors.  

Technology exposes students to clinical scenarios they would not encounter in their practice and helps to bridge the gap between theory and practice. With technology, we can add reality to a scenario and make traditional care studies more realistic”
Stressing on some significant aspects of teaching and learning in the digital space, Mr. Nyante charged Tutors to use innovative methods of teaching that will engage students as active learners.
“Students can be made to work on problems and questions in small group discussions, link theory to practice, collaborate with and learn from peers, and take an active role in what and how they learn”, he added

The Registrar also urged the Principal and Tutors to at all times uphold the principles of academic leadership, create cohesive teams and empower their teams to offer efficient and effective training
Accompanied by some Senior Officials from the Council, the Registrar and members of the school’s Advisory Board toured some facilities in the school.

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