FORUM OF UNIVERSITY

nursing deans of

south africa

Excellence in Nursing

"a full range of intellectual and creative activities that may include the generation, validation, synthesis, and/or application of knowledge to advance the teaching and practice of nursing".

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WHO WE ARE

Forum of University Nursing Deans of South Africa (FUNDISA) is a registered Not-for-Profit Organization (registration number: 076981 NPO) that is the national voice for South Africa’s nursing and midwifery programmes in higher education. FUNDISA provides ongoing events and opportunities to advance the interests and needs of nursing scholarship, through strategic partnerships with donors, regulators, other non-profit organisations, companies, associations, professional bodies, health and nursing faculties.

FUNDISA represents 21 member university nursing departments and 2 associate members namely the Harry Crossley Children’s Nursing Development Unit (UCT-CNDU) associated with the University of Cape Town previously known as the Child Nursing Practice Development Initiative (CNPDI), and the Quality in Nursing and Midwifery (NuMIQ) associated with the North-West University Potchefstroom campus previously known as the Quality in Nursing and Midwifery (INSINQ).

FUNDISA MEMBERS AND ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

Durban University of Technology | Cape Peninsula University of Technology | North-West University | University of Venda | Walter Sisulu University
Nelson Mandela Metropolitan | Sefako Makgatho Health Science University | University of South Africa | Stellenbosch University | University of Zululand
Tshwane University of Technology | University of Fort Hare | University of Limpopo | University of the Western Cape | Vaal University of Technology
University of Cape Town | University of Kwazulu-Natal | University of Pretoria | University of Free State | Univerisity of Johannesburg
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