The School of Medical Sciences (SMS) has inducted 111 medical students into the clinical phase of their training at the 11th White Coat Ceremony.
The School of Nursing and Midwifery has welcomed the eighth batch of nursing students from Grand Valley State University (GVSU), USA, for the 2020 Study Abroad in Ghana.
The School of Nursing under the College of Health and Allied Sciences has engaged students of the School to know at first-hand their academic concerns, welfare and other issues confronting them on campus.
A two-member delegation from the Department of Nursing and Midwifery, University of Limerick (UL), Ireland has visited the School of Nursing and Midwifery in University of Cape Coast to deliberate on issues relating to the collaboration between the two institutions.
Faculty members of the University have been sensitised on the Intellectual Property Policy (IPP) and Addendum to Conference Travel Grants at a seminar organised by the Directorate of Research, Innovation, and Consultancy (DRIC).
Ten staff members of the University have been honoured for their commitment and dedication to their duties at the Third Staff Awards Ceremony. The 10 staff comprised one senior member, four senior and five junior staff members.
The School of Medical Sciences (UCCSMS) has presented the trophy the School won at the Eighth Medical Inter-Schools’ Public Speaking Competition held to the Pro Vice-Chancellor, Professor G. K. T. Oduro.
The Dean, School of Nursing and Midwifery, Dr. Mrs. Dorcas Obiri-Yeboah, advised students to be serious with their studies and avoid engaging in unproductive activities because their books were supposed to be their ultimate friends to guide them to achieve academic excellence.
A dietician based in the United Kingdom, Mr. Douglas Twenefour, has advised Ghanaians to eat healthy more fruits, fish, vegetable, whole grains, beans and nuts to prevent themselves against cardiovascular diseases .