As part of the Festival of Research 2017 at the University of Leicester, Dean of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Rwanda, Professor Donatilla Mukamana will be hosting a talk about nursing and midwifery education in the UK and Rwanda.
Midwives, nurses, and interested academics are invited to hear about Professor Donatilla Mukamana’s work and explore women’s mental health in challenging circumstances.
She will also deliver a key note speech at the Festival of Research 2017, describing her role and the work of health care providers managing mental health consequences of surviving genocidal rape for individuals, families, communities and societies.
Professor Donatilla Mukamana is Dean of the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Rwanda, and is also a leading member of the Rwandan Nursing and Midwifery Council.
Professor Mukamana has taught various courses for nurses and midwives across universities in Rwanda and Burundi, with her research focusing on the role of health care providers on women’s mental health management.
Both events are free to attend, as part of the Festival of Research 2017 at the University of Leicester.
Professor Mukamana will deliver her key note on speech on Friday 15 September 2017, with her workshop being held Monday 18 September 2017.
Register for the key note speech here.
Register for the workshop here.
The University of Leicester Festival of Research 2017 is being held from 11-22 September 2017, highlighting national and international funding opportunities, as well as encouraging applications for European funding sources and research with an international focus.
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