Tobias Tamb

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  • Lecturer
  • Department of Health Extension
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  • Tel: 422 2937
  • EXT: 887

 

 

Qualifications

2008 - 2011: Bachelor Degree in Public Health - Health Promotion; Auckland University of Technology. New Zealand.
2002: Diploma in Health Teaching; University of Goroka
1996: Post Basic Studies - Midwifery; College of Allied Health Science, Papua New Guinea.
1990: Certificate - General Nursing; Lutheran School of Nursing, Papua New Guinea.

 

Teaching

  • • HE127 Fundamentals of Human Physiology
  • • HE225 Pathology and Pathophysiology
  • • HE318 Community Health Practice

 

Experience

• 2014: Lecturer at Madang Lutheran School of Nursing

• 2007 - 2003: Senior Tutor at Madang Lutheran School of Nursing

• 1997 - 2002: Senior Tutor - Braun CHW training in Finschafen & Gaubin CHW training at Karkar Island

• 1990 - 2001: OIC Tapen Health Center, Midwife Yagaum Health Center, OIC Karamui Health Center, General nurse practitioner Kotna Health Centre

 

Complimentary Short Courses

• Child Abuse and domestic violence in service training - 2004 Madang Coast watchers hotel
• CAP (Community Action and Participation workshop - 2002- University of Goroka
• Introduction to Nursing management; 1991 college of allied health science - POM
• Intravenous Fluid Administration Seminar, 1999: Madang LSON
• Emergency Management, Seminar and Workshop, 1999: Madang LSON
• Nursing Process Workshop, 1998: Madang LSON
• Malnutrition: Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention; 1995: Madang LSON
• Pre Service Training, HIV/AIDS; 1996: College of Allied Health Science POM.
• Pneumonia: Diagnosis, Treatment & Prevention; Immunization Issues, Antenatal Care, 1996 College Of Allied Health Science – POM

 

Research Interests

• Public Health
• Use an abuse of drugs and alcohol
• Men’s health
• Problem gambling
• Traditional medicine

 

Professional Associations

• Nursing Council of Papua New Guinea (Registered Nursing Practitioner)

• PNG Midwifery Association

 

Research

• Communicable diseases (HIV/AIDS and Malaria)