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We bring you a range of opportunities to help you achieve your goals and excel in your career. Unlock your potential and discover endless possibilities by enrolling to study at CAHST. Take charge of your future and experience growth, innovation, and success in the dynamic world of healthcare.
Welcome to CAHST
As we embark upon the 21st century, the healthcare industry faces unprecedented challenges. To make a significant impact, it is not just passion but also skills, commitment, and the right learning environment that are crucial. By choosing CAHST as your starting point, you are choosing to be part of a transformative journey. Our college offers a dynamic community, facilities and expert schools of medical studies to help you achieve greatness. Let CAHST be your launchpad to conquer the challenges of the healthcare industry and create a positive impact for generations to come.
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The Pharmaceutical Technology with Pharmacy Assistance course provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the pharmaceutical industry and the role of pharmacy assistants in providing high-quality patient care. Through a combination of classroom learning, laboratory work, and clinical rotations, students will gain the knowledge and skills necessary to work in a variety of settings. The course covers a wide range of topics, including drug formulation, manufacturing, quality assurance, and patient care, and emphasizes the importance of regulatory compliance and ethical practice.
Digital Health & Data Analytics is a course that explores the intersection of healthcare and technology, with a focus on using data analytics to improve patient outcomes and healthcare delivery. Students will learn about the latest technologies and tools used in healthcare, including electronic health records (EHRs), telemedicine, and mobile health applications. They will also gain an understanding of how data is collected, analyzed, and applied in healthcare settings.
The Speech Language Pathologist course is a comprehensive program that provides students with the knowledge and skills necessary to work in the field of speech language pathology. Through a combination of classroom learning, laboratory work, and clinical rotations, students will learn about the anatomy and physiology of speech and hearing, as well as the various disorders that can affect these systems. Topics covered in the course include developmental and acquired speech and language disorders, voice and swallowing disorders, augmentative and alternative communication systems, clinical assessment and diagnosis, and ethical and legal considerations. Graduates of the program will be equipped to work as speech language pathologists in a variety of settings, and to provide compassionate and effective care to patients of all ages and backgrounds.
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Community health workers (CHWs) are an integral part of healthcare delivery systems in many underserved areas around the world. Their roles include providing preventive healthcare services, health education, and promoting healthy behaviors within their communities. The use of CHWs has been found to be effective in improving healthcare access and outcomes in underserved areas, where there are often inadequate healthcare facilities and a shortage of trained medical personnel. In this article, we will discuss the importance of CHWs in improving healthcare access in underserved areas and the role they play in promoting community health.
Effective communication is essential in healthcare, and healthcare professionals need to be able to communicate effectively with patients, colleagues, and other stakeholders. You should be able to convey information clearly and accurately, listen actively, and ask questions. Poor communication can lead to misunderstandings, misdiagnosis, and other issues that can affect patient outcomes. For example, a nurse who is unable to communicate effectively with a patient who speaks a different language may not be able to understand their symptoms, leading to delayed or incorrect treatment.
Interprofessional collaboration in healthcare allows healthcare professionals to leverage their collective knowledge and expertise to address complex healthcare challenges. By working together, healthcare professionals can streamline care delivery processes, improve patient outcomes, and enhance communication and coordination. This approach to care delivery can also lead to professional development and help healthcare professionals to stay up-to-date with the latest advances in healthcare.
As one of the most skill-focused health science & technology institutions in Nigeria, we strive to stay relevant, giving value for money, deliver on our promise and producing highly-skilled youths to drive the medical and health sector. Here are reasons why prospective students aiming to work in the medical and health industry should consider studying at CAHST.
Ensuring education for pluralism
Our passion and sole drive at CAHST is to produce graduates with employable skills through extensive hands-on and real-world practical-based teaching.
We seek to deepen knowledge and to encourage creativity and hardwork in a way that leads to adept skill acquisition, thereby reducing and hopefully eliminating the deficiency of human capacity which seeks to entrench itself in our national economy.
While access to education in Nigeria is often faced with lot of barriers, preventing a number of very intelligent prospective student of the opportunities to acquire professional skills to fit into the economy, CAHST innovates a number of ways to remove these barriers and ensure that everyone has the opportunity to gain further training and is able to fit into the labour market.
All a student needs is to access our education counselors if unsure of the courses that fit into their career perspective, and be committed to face well challenging training program at CAHST.
Some programs may require students to take external examinations at the end of their studies, while others do not require external examination but would expect students to complete and pass all the prescribed courses and examinations, and to fulfill all the set criteria to be certified in the discipline of their choice.
From the Chairman’s Desk
Dr Maxwell Omabe
Founder & Chairman Governing Council
PhD, NRCC, DABCC, DipRCPath, MRCPath, FAACC
Dear Students, Schools, Staff, and Supporters,
I am honored to welcome you to the College of Advanced Health Science & Technology, where we are committed to providing high-quality education and research opportunities that empower our graduates to become leaders in the healthcare industry.
As the rector of this great institution, I am excited to share with you my vision for the future of the institute. My goal is to ensure that our students receive an education that is not only academically rigorous but also prepares them with the practical skills and knowledge that are in high demand in the global job market. We are also committed to ensuring that our educational programs are accessible to all, regardless of social or economic background, and that our students are equipped to serve communities in need.
I am proud to share some of our recent achievements, including successful alumni who have gone on to become leaders in their fields, groundbreaking research initiatives, and numerous awards and accolades for our faculty and staff. These achievements are a testament to the dedication and hard work of everyone at the college, and I am grateful for your contributions.
As we look to the future, there are many challenges facing the healthcare industry, both locally and globally. We are committed to addressing these challenges through our research and educational programs, and to collaborating with other organizations to find innovative solutions.
I also want to take this opportunity to express my gratitude to our faculty, staff, and students for their commitment to excellence, and to our supporters for their generous contributions that have enabled us to achieve our goals.
Finally, I want to encourage everyone to get involved in our mission. Whether you are a student, a faculty member, a staff member, or a supporter, there are many ways to contribute to our success. I invite you to explore our programs, attend classes, attend our events, and engage with us on social media. Together, we can create a better future for the healthcare industry and for society as a whole.
Dr. Maxwell Omabe