Dean, Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences
Mrs. Otwiine Anne Tweheyo is the current Dean of the Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences, a position she has held since 2019.
She holds Masters of Arts Counseling Psychology from Uganda Christian University, Mukono (2006-2008), Bachelor of Arts Education from Makerere University (1991-1994) and currently pursuing a PhD in Psychology at Makerere University.
The faculty comprises the following Departments:-
- Department of Nursing
- Department of Public Health and Biomedical Sciences
Philosophy: Generating holistic knowledge while building a servanthood character by guiding society in selected innovative and relevant skills in Scientific, Social, Political and Economic Transformation.
Vision: A Faculty advancing Academic Excellence, Christian Values, and Professionalism
Mission: To produce Multi-skilled leaders/ operators for the transformation of the health care system
Motto: Health is wealth unlocking your potential
- Life-Long Learning
General Aims and Objectives of the Faculty
- To generate and preserve knowledge through teaching and research.
- To facilitate advancement and stimulation of intellectual development of students and faculty.
- To offer market-driven courses toward good health.
- To uphold Christian ethics and universal moral values.
Programmes offered under the Faculty.
|Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health||PHD-PH||3 Years||Weekend|
|Master of Science in Counseling Psychology||MSC.CP||2 Years||Weekend|
|Master of Public Health||MPH||2 Years||Weekend|
|Master of Science in Nutrition and Food Safety||MSC.NFS||2 Years||Weekend|
|Postgraduate diploma in Counseling||PG-DC||1 Year||Regular/Weekend|
|Postgraduate diploma in Medical Education||PGDME||1 Year||Regular/Weekend|
|Bachelor of Science in Public Health||BSPH||3 Years|
|Bachelor of Nursing Science Completion||BNSC||3 Years||Regular/Weekend|
|Bachelor of Community and Counselling Psychology||BCPC||3 Years||Regular/Weekend|
|Bachelor of Nursing Science||BNS||4 Years||Regular/Weekend|
|Diploma in Midwifery Science-Extension||DME||11/2 Years||Regular/Weekend|
|Diploma in Nursing Science - Direct||DNS||3 Years||Regular/Weekend|
|Diploma in Nursing Science - Extension||DNE||11/2 Years||Regular/Weekend|
|Diploma in Counselling and Psychology||DCP||2 Years||Regular/Weekend|
Dr. Ronald Bahati is a seasoned researcher in the field of mental health focusing on stigma, depression, substance use, and suicidality among vulnerable and marginalized populations. He is a Psychologist, Educationist and a Project Management Expert
Katusiime Agnes is a Graduate Fellow and Clinical Instructor at Bishop Stuart University, Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences. Agnes holds a Bachelors in Nursing obtained from Bishop Stuart University.
Assoc. Prof. Francis Kazibwe is a Senior Lecturer and researcher at Bishop Stuart University, Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences. He previously served as a Medical Entomologist in the Ministry of Health for twenty years working at Vector Control Division under the Department of Communicable Diseases Control.
Nakidde Gladys is the Head of Department, Department of Nursing and a Lecturer at Bishop Stuart University. She is a PhD Fellow at the Pan African University of Life and Earth Sciences (PAULESI), University of Ibadan, Nigeria.
Katushabe Eve is an Assistant Lecturer at Bishop Stuart University, Department of Nursing, Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences. She is a PhD student (PhD in Midwifery) at the University of Port Harcourt, World Bank Africa Centre of Excellence Centre for Public Health and Toxicological Research(ACEPUTOR) in Nigeria.
Amanyire Jordan Mutambi is a lecturer Department of Public Health and Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences at Bishop Stuart University
Abeneitwe Editor is a Graduate Research Fellow in the Department of Nursing, Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences, Bishop Stuart University (BSU). She holds a Postgraduate Diploma in Medical Education (Health tutorship) from Makerere University, a Bachelor of Nursing Science from Mbarara University of Science and Technology and a Diploma in Nursing from the Public Health Nurses College Kyambogo.
Byaruhanga Sserioza Richard is a lecturer in the Lecturer in the Department of Public Health and Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences, Bishop Stuart University.
Atuheire Confidence is an Assistant Lecturer at Bishop Stuart University, Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences. She holds a Masters Degree of Science in Critical Care Nursing, a Bachelor of Nursing Science from Mbarara University of Science and Technology
Thembo Jockas Kalende is a Health Nursing Tutor and Head of the Community Programme at the Faculty of Nursing and Health Sciences, Bishop Stuart University.