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Welcome to Moodle, the e learning platform for the University of Nursing Yangon. Here you will be able to access activities and resources related to your course.
You can access it from any Internet connected computer or device by going to www.uonygn-elearning.com 
You can also download the Moodle Mobile App for  your mobile phone through Google Play Store or iTunes. As a participant you will only have access to the courses you are enrolled in. Please log in using your allocated username and password. Once you log in you will see a list of all the courses you are enrolled in.

    Available courses

    This is an empty "Test Course" for Chris, and Nigel to play around on.

    This course is for participants of the  6 day workshop series for Introduction to Emergency Care Essentials 1. It incorporates resources used during the First Aid, BLS, Triage and Patient Assessment training.

    This workshop is the first in a series of workshops designed to provide UoN faculty staff with the knowledge and skills needed to create basic Moodle resources and activities for blended online learning (BOL) or blended learning (BL) courses. It provides a foundation from which staff can run their own Moodle courses. 

    As an online learner you will  develop an understanding of online learning from the student's perspective in order that when you prepare your own courses, you will have your learners in mind.

    This is an eLearning Community for the participants of the Jhpeigo Effective Skills Teaching And Performance Assessment Workshops, held January and February 2017 at the University of Nursing, Yangon.

    It is a place where you can share resources, ideas, knowledge and information. It's also a great place to encourage each other in the continued improvement of education delivery to our students.


    This is an area for sharing resources and communicating with each other.


    In this section you will find information such as important group correspondence, rosters, contact details etc.

    In this section you will find information such as important group correspondence, rosters, contact details etc.

    This course builds upon your clinical experience and knowledge of health assessment. Emphasis is placed on sound clinical reasoning skills, interpreting abnormal findings and planning appropriate evidence based nursing interventions.

    At the completion of this course you will be able to conduct safe and productive health assessments, complete necessary assessment documentation, apply tools and clinical guidelines appropriately for effective clinical reasoning, and address identified nursing care needs with ethical, legal and cultural consideration in a variety of clinical settings. You will be better equipped to prioritise problems at the bedside for prompt and effective planning.  

    This course aims to increase your understanding and application of a number of key thinking processes important for nurses including: critical thinking, logical thinking, problem solving, decision making, clinical reasoning and clinical judgment.

    This course builds upon your clinical experience and knowledge of health assessment. Emphasis is placed on sound clinical reasoning skills, interpreting abnormal findings and planning appropriate evidence based nursing interventions.

    At the completion of this course you will be able to conduct safe and productive health assessments, complete necessary assessment documentation, apply tools and clinical guidelines appropriately for effective clinical reasoning, and address identified nursing care needs with ethical, legal and cultural consideration in a variety of clinical settings. You will be better equipped to prioritise problems at the bedside for prompt and effective planning.  

    Welcome  to MNSc Critical Care 2019.

    This Moodle Course is designed to support your learning as you progress through your Masters program. It is hoped that it is a place where resources can be shared easily, communication between faculty and candidates is facilitated, and submission of assignments can be done electronically. 

    We are excited to offer this learning platform to assist your studies. We would welcome any feedback to improve it to making your learning experience even better.

    Welcome  to MNSc General Nursing 2019.

    This Moodle Course is designed to support your learning as you progress through your Masters program. It is hoped that it is a place where resources can be shared easily, communication between faculty and candidates is facilitated, and submission of assignments can be done electronically. 

    We are excited to offer this learning platform to assist your studies. We would welcome any feedback to improve it to making your learning experience even better.

    In this section you will find some of those administrative type papers relevant to this program. For instance - rosters, contact details etc

    In this section you will find information such as important group correspondance, rosters, contact details etc

    Semester 2, Module 4 2016

    This course introduces students to action learning and research methodology. It encourages fresh thinking and learning.

    In this section you will find information such as important group correspondence, rosters, contact details etc.

    In this section you will find resources that will be helpful during your learning. They include: referencing resources, course core text books (e-books) and other useful material.

    You can download, rosters, lecture plans, rotation plans etc. 

    It is a trial course.

    It is a trial course.


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