Established in 1980, the School of Nursing and Midwifery in Pakistan has the honour of being the founding academic entity of the University and a benchmark for nursing education in Pakistan. ​The school is committed to excellence in the fields of education, practice, research and administration. The school caters to students from all over Pakistan as well as from East Africa, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Syria and Egypt.


Publications from 1997


Nurses and neuroleptic medication: applying theory to a working relationship with clients and their families, K.J. Usher and David Arthur

Publications from 1995


Measurement of the professional self-concept of nurses: developing a measurement instrument, David Arthur

Publications from 1994

Mental health nurses attitudes to HIV and AIDS: a short report, David Arthur, T McCann, K. Usher, and A Williams


An application of nursing faculty practice: clinical camps, David Arthur and Kim Usher

Publications from 1993

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome: exploration of the expanded nurses roles: advocate and educator in severe drug induced syndromes, David Arthur and K Usher

Publications from 1992


Measuring the professional self concept of nurses: a critical review, David Arthur

Clusters of difficult client behaviour: a short report, David Arthur, J. Dowling, and R. Sharkey

Publications from 1991


Learning opportunities through camping for mental health nursing, David Arthur and Ron Sharkey