Sunday, February 24, 2013

TTCIH and Zanzibar School of health (ZSH) Partnership

TTCIH and Zanzibar School of Health (ZSH) sign MOU to strengthen health training partnership

On 11th –Feb-2013 TTCIH and ZSH signed a three years memorandum of Understanding.  The management is delighted to share with you this important information of strengthening health training partnership in the United Republic of Tanzania. With this MoU TTCIH will provide technical support, study guidelines, curriculum, competent visiting lecturers and assessment tools.

The event was witnessed by Prof Senga Pemba on behalf of TTCIH and Dr. Amur Abdullah Amur for the Zanzibar School of health.

THE Zanzibar school of Health started operating since September 2011, but official inaugurated was on 30th June 2012 by the Speaker of the Zanzibar House of Representative, Honourable Pandu Ameir Kificho.

To be the leading School in providing quality education and excellent qualification contributing to community service and development

To mould our students to be role models in the academically professional arena by providing quality education through our enlightened management and committed faculty to ensure knowledge transfer, motivate, instill research attitude, promote skills and infuse ethical and cultural values to transform our students into disciplined and competent citizens to improve the quality of life

The aim of Zanzibar School of Health Diploma is to prepare Clinical Officers to be competent and effective primary health givers in health clinics and hospitals as well as assistants to medical officers and specialists in government and private sectors with regard to preventive, curative and rehabilitative aspects of health services.

The duration of Diploma in Clinical Medicine for Clinical Officers is 3 years. The Training covers theory and practical studies of basic medical sciences, and clinical practice in hospitals and health clinics.
  1. Clinical Officers provide the following service to the community:
  2. Primary and emergency treatment at health clinics, outpatient clinics, wards, casualty and emergency department at hospitals
  3. Conduct preliminary and extensive check up on patients who need treatment
  4.  Examine, diagnose and treat common illness

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