Mbarara University of science and technology
Mrs. Beebwa Esther trained as registered nurse. She worked in Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital before joining Mbarara University after pursuing her Bachelor and Masters in Nursing Science. Currently, Beebwa Esther is a lecturer in the Department of Nursing, Faculty of Medicine of Mbarara University of Science and Technology. She is involved in clinical, community and classroom teaching. She supervises undergraduate and postgraduate students in research development, community placements and clinical settings. She was an external examiner School of Nursing Sciences KIU Western campus for 3 years. She has had a number of professional and academic trainings in and outside the country; she has attended several research conferences in Uganda, Sweden and United Kingdom and has published three papers. Esther is the Coordinator of International staff and students, and the Coordinator of Clinical and community nursing. She is also a facilitator in Micro-Research. She is the nursing lead in SIM for life of Mbarara- Calgary collaboration. Esther is a member of the following committees: Faculty Research Committee and Mature Age Entry & Exemption Committee. She has been a GHSP counterpart for the past 3 years. This year 2017 Esther competed for Mbarara University Research Training Initiative (MURTI) fellowship and she successfully won it. She was also awarded by the nursing students and nursing students’ association as the best and most supportive clinical instructor at MUST.