University of Rwanda
Institution: University of Rwanda
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Muhayimana Alice is a Rwandan registered Nurse/Midwife and Assistant Lecturer at the University of Rwanda. Alice graduated from Moi University, Kenya with a Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) (Maternal and Neonatal Health). She earned her Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) from former Kigali Health Institute in 2010. She taught at the University of Rwanda, school of Nursing and Midwifery (SoNM) as a tutorial Assistant from 2010 and was promoted to Assistant Lecturer, a position she holds to date.
Alice is also the coordinator of international and local partnership at the School. Apart from teaching, she conducts community outreach and participates in research activities. She has published two papers and presented in international conferences including the 6th EMA education conference held in Malmo, Sweden. She has successfully completed online training in MOOC on Implementation Research (IR) with a focus on Infectious Diseases of Poverty (IDP). In her research, she is mainly focusing on the elimination of gender violence and the promotion of health equity for all. She is also very interested in using the Systems thinking approach in research.
Alice has developed partnership visibility between the School of Nursing and Midwifery and renowned international Universities. In 2018 to 2019, Alice was appointed as Co-Investigator in the project between UR and Artevelde University of Applied Sciences in Ghent, Belgium. She provides technical support in RBC (Rwanda Biomedical Center) and in the National Council of Nurses and Midwives (NCNM).
Alice facilitates students’ groups and educational seminars, and collaborates on multidisciplinary teams, and proven ability to build positive relationships with students, health care providers school Management, the Rwandan community, and other professionals. She also teaches Sexual and reproductive health, maternal and neonatal related modules. She is an active member of national and international associations of Nurses and Midwives.