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Organogram Diagram

The phrase: organisational diagram, Quinion argues, rather than the term "organogram," best depicts what Webster defines as: "A chart showing the lines of responsibility between departments of a l*****rge organization."

Along with pertinent **********, information and figures, this study presents an organogram diagram of the University ***** the West Indies, (UWI) Mona, Jamaica School of Nursing. On July 17, 2008, ***** UWI will celebrate its 60th Anniversary.

***** An appointed Head of Department, as in other departments in the Faculty/University, answers to the Dean of the Faculty and Campus Principal. "In some matters ***** Head of Department relates ***** the Campus Registrar ***** Bursar. The Department works closely ***** the Campus offices for Admissions, Examinations, Personnel and ***** areas as well ***** with the University hierarchy."

Dr. Marshall Hall CD, BSc Col, PhD Wis currently serves as the Mona Campus Chairmen, ***** Councils. Professor Gordon Shirley ***** as the current Principal of the ***** Mona Campus, after his appointment with effect from August 1, 2007.

The following figure (1) denotes the organizational chart portrayed on UWI's Web site.

Figure 1: Organizational Chart Portrayed on ***** Web Site (University)

History

From the partners that envisi*****ed its early beginnings, it was clear that the School of ***** was destined for success. Its *****mation was initiated in 1966 by a tripartite agreement between ***** Government of Jamaica (GOJ), Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) and the University of the West Indies (UWI) which created the Advanced Nursing Education Unit (ANEU). The Unit ***** administratively placed in the Department ***** Social and Preventive Medicine with its own Director at the level of Senior Lecturer. The purpose of the ***** was to prepare experienced registered nurses ***** undertake administrative and educational responsibilities in the nursing/health services and provide leadership in nurs*****g/health care.

Two con***** eleven-month Certificate programmes, Nursing Administration and ***** ***** were offered ***** the first class began October 3, 1966 ***** sixteen (16) students ***** six (6) Caribbean countries. Thus, *****se ***** became the first group of health care ********** to have received formal University education in administration and education in ***** Caribbean. Students from all the English-speaking Caribbean countries ***** participated to date and there has also been one student from the Netherland Antilles.

In 1972, discussions regarding a Nurse Pr*****ctiti*****r Programme (NPP) began and consequently, with the *****n *****'s acceptance of the Nurses Association of Jamaica (NAJ) ***** proposal, the ANEU developed and implemented a Family and a Paediatric Nurse Practitioner programme. ***** ANEU undertook responsibility for the academic and clinical quality of those programmes ***** has guided and directed its development to *****. Planning for a Mental ***** Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner programme form*****y began in 1995 and was ********** September, 1996.

The (Post RN) BScN for registered ***** became a reality in 1983 with ***** support of the Ministry ***** Health, *****. Students ***** 14 CARICOM countries have now *****. The (Post RN) BScN Programme provides greater access to ***** nurses who want to obtain a baccalaureate degree in

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