SCHOOL OF HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT (HIM)

 

PROGRAMME NOMENCLETURE

Professional Diploma in Health Information Management

 

GOAL

This programme is designed to provide the graduant with the knowledge and skill to assist in planning, collating, organizing, disseminating and monitoring vital information required at the Primary Health Care, and State levels in order to ensure effective and comprehensive health care delivery.

OBJECTIVES OF THE PROGRAMME

A diplomat of this programme should be able to

  1. Assist in planning and organizing health information services in health care delivery system.
  2. Organize and control health records under supervision, in health and medical establishments.
  3. Collect, store, retrieve and preserve health information.
  4. Collate, analyze, and present health statistics, under supervision.
  5. Participate in planning quality control evaluation and researches in health care delivery system and other relevant committees in defining standards for health information.
  6. Function as monitoring and evaluation officer.

 

DURATION

Its duration shall be three academic sessions of six semesters, including supervised clinical work experience (or SIWES)

 

ENTRY REQUIREMENT.

Applicants with the following qualifications may be considered for admission into the Professional Diploma Programme.

A minimum of 4 credits in the relevant subjects, at not more than two (2) sittings at the SSCE, WAEC or its equivalent. The subjects must include

  1. Mathematics
  2. English language
  3. Biology or Health Science
  4. Physics or Chemistry and
  5. Any other subject(s)

 

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

The Diploma is a three year terminal professional programme including industrial attachment under the supervision of the Health Records Officers.

CURRICULUM

The curriculum of Diploma programmes consists of five main components.

These are

  1. General studies or Education
  2. Basic or Foundation courses
  • Professional or Specialized courses
  1. Supervised Industrial Work Experience Schemes (SIWES)

 

STUDENT INDUSTRIAL WORK EXPERIENCE SCHEME (SIWES)

A minimum of four weeks SIWES shall be undertaken at the end of each second semester of the Diploma programme.

CERTIFICATION

A gradaunt of this programme will be awarded a Professional Diploma in Health Information Management.

 

CONDITIONS FOR THE AWARD OF ND CERTIFICATE

The HRORBN will award Diploma to candidates who successfully completed the programme in Pilar College of Health Technology after passing the prescribed course work, examinations, diploma project, supervised work experience scheme (SIWES) and attendance.

 

INDEXING OF STUDENTS

All newly admitted students will be presented to the board for indexing by the HRORBN within the first semester into the school of admission.

 

Pilar College of Health Technology © All Rights Reserved.2021

Powered by Mesh