Mrs Noluvo Gosangaye

Noluvo Gosangaye is currently employed as a Clinical Facilitator in the Department of Nursing Sciences. She has worked as a professional nurse in Bisho hospital in Maternity ward. Burns Unit and surgical wards at Cecilia Makhiwane Hospital for 10 years. Attended VCT, PMTCT, Nutrition, Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (IMCI) Facilitator’s course, and PMTCT/HIV/ AIDS courses. She was a member of the Quality assurance and Infection control committee of the hospital. She worked as a lecturer at Lilitha Nursing College specialising in Community Nursing sciences and Community-Based Education (CBE) in collaboration with other departments in communities. She holds a Certificate of excellence service award “The Best Lecturer in Community Nursing science module”. In 2018, she joined the Sub Saharan Faimer Research Institute (SAFRI). She presented at the SAAHE conference 2019 and received a “Best poster award”. She also presented at the SAMRC conference in 2019. Currently is participating as a member of the Mentoring the mentors workshop steering committee within the Faculties of Health Sciences at the Universities of Fort Hare and Walter Sisulu. A member of the Sigma Theta Tau nurse educators association and participating as a mentee in Global Leadership Mentoring Community.  She has made the following publications:Gosangaye, N.L. and Mayeye, B.F., 2013. Knowledge and skills of professional nurses regarding Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses service delivery at primary health settings in Eastern Cape, South Africa. African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance, 19(Supplement 4), pp.110-117. Gosangaye, N.L., Mayeye, B.F. and Yako, E.M., 2015. Counselling and communication skills of professional nurses in dealing with the mother of the sick child at Primary Health Care facilities in Buffalo City, Mdantsane Township, Eastern Cape, South Africa. African Journal for Physical Health Education, Recreation and Dance, 21(2.1), pp.32-39. Gosangaye, N.L. and Mostert, K., 2020. Facilitators and challenges experienced by first-year nursing students at the University of Fort Hare, South Africa, when conducting home visits. African Journal of Health Professions Education, 12(4), pp.169-171.  
MCur in Community Health (UFH); BA.Ed et A (NWU); RNA, RNC (Potchefstroom University); RN, RM (Mount Coke hospital school of Nursing)
Nursing Science
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