Nursing 2

Rose ak Manju @ Nanju  

Academic Post : Lecturer, DS45
Date Joining UNIMAS : 1st November 2007
Qualifications : Master of Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing (Midwifery), Diploma in Teaching and Learning, Certificate in Nursing, Certificate in Midwifery, Certificate in Counseling
Citizen : Malaysian
Appointment Status : Permanent
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Telephone :

082-581000 ext:5685



Working Experiences

  • Staff Nurse 1983 – 2007 (General Nursing, O&G Nursing (midwifery), Health Educator, Managing the One Stop Crisis Centre (Counseling)


Current Academic Responsibility

  • Teaching
  • Examiner/Invigilator
  • Counseling of students
  • Year Two Coordinator
  • Involve in organizing of Students’ Conference, Innovative projects, conferences organized by the department, involve in planning of academic programme – curriculum review, vetting, setting up of exam questions, marking exams, assignments
  • Coordinator of several courses:
    • MDJ 1063: Concept and Practice of Basic Nursing (till Mdm. Shanui take over later)
    • MDJ 3262: Reproductive and Genetics
    • MDJ 3302: Obstetric and Gynaecological Nursing
    • MDJ 3312: Obstetric and Gynaecological Nursing Practicum
    • MDJ 4364: Elective Nursing
    • MDJ: 1083 Digestive and Musculo-skeletal System


Research Interests and Projects

  • Obstetric and Gynaecological Nusing


  • Malaysia Nurses Organisation
  • Sarawak Midwives’ Association


Involvement in Professional Organization


Participation in Continuing Education and Services

  • Giving Talk on Health Issues by LPPKN
  • Giving Talks organized by the church on family and health issues
  • Involved in Health Screening
  • Organising committee for Women Seminar by DBNA
  • Giving talk to members of the Sarawak Teachers’ Union
  • Participate and give talks on CNE organized by the department
  • Giving talks in Seminar organized by Catholic Nurses Guild in Conjunction with Nurses Day 2010

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