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College of Nursing and Health Sciences
Department of Abdominal Nursing and Surgery

 

Leadership and academic excellence in nursing and community service with local and global sustainability

the message

Enriching the community with innovative nursing programs, research, and healthcare to enhance the health and well-being of the community

College goals

Enable the student to:

• Providing an excellent environment for education to prepare nurses and leaders in the field of nursing

• Reviving the culture of publishing scientific research to enhance the sciences of the nursing profession

• Participation in social responsibility through entrepreneurship and innovative programs

college values

• safety

• Professionalism

• creativity

• the satisfaction

• Independence

• integrity

College study system

The study system at the College of Nursing and Health Sciences at the American International University is based on the credit-hour system based on self-directed learning and the study system for obtaining a bachelor’s degree in Nursing Sciences is as follows:

1- The study period consists of five levels of study divided as follows:

  •  Academic levels from the first to the fourth consist of two university semesters for each level. The duration of the semester is fifteen (15) academic weeks, followed by end-of-semester exams.
  •  The fifth level consists of three applied semesters, the duration of the semester is 16 weeks over a Gregorian year

2- Students who have failed or excelled may register for the summer semester, which is an intensive semester of 8 weeks, and the student applies for registration after the approval of the relevant department councils, with a maximum of 7 credit hours. Provided that the cumulative average of the outstanding student is not less than 3 to be able to register for the summer semester. The credit hour is a unit of measurement to determine the weight of each course in one semester, and it is equivalent to:

One credit hour = 50 minutes of time = 1 theoretical hour = 2 hours laboratory practice = 3 hours clinical practice or 4 hours applied field. This is weekly throughout the semester

3- The beginning of the semesters is determined according to the university’s instructions. The summer semester begins in the middle of July. Classes for the fifth applied level begin at the beginning of September. 4- The student performs the fifth level of study during a compulsory applied Gregorian year (the year of excellence) in hospitals and health institutions affiliated with the university or any other health institution under the planning and direct supervision of the College of Nursing – or any other university before being authorized to practice the profession. 5- The language of study in the college is English, except for the general principles of law, human rights, physical fitness and kinetic balance course.

Description of the bachelor’s degree in the credit hour system 

level one

First semester :-

  1. Nursing Fundamentals 1
  2. Principles of community health and the environment course
  3. autopsy decision
  4. biochemistry course
  5. biophysics course
  6. English language course 1
  7. Physical fitness and equilibrium

Second Semester :-

  1. Fundamentals of Nursing Course 2
  2. First aid and accidents course
  3. Nursing health assessment course
  4. Physiological course
  5. Microbiology and medical immunology
  6. Parasites course
  7. English course 2
  8. Nursing Ethics Decision

Second Level

Third semester:

  1. Internal and Surgical Nursing Course 1
  2. Health education and education strategy decision
  3. pharmacology course
  4. General internal medicine course
  5. Applied Nutrition Course
  6. Human communication skills course
  7. Decision on general principles of law and human rights
  8. Intercultural skills course

Fourth semester:

  1. Internal and Surgical Nursing Course 2
  2. emergency nursing course
  3. General surgery course
  4. Pathophysiology and Clinical Pathology course
  5. Foundations of human behavior in health and disease course

The third level

Fifth semester:

  1. Pediatric nursing course
  2. Nursing Administration Course 1
  3. Family health nursing course
  4. Pediatrics course
  5. Pediatric surgery course
  6. Life development psychology course

Sixth semester:

  1. Maternity and Gynecology Nursing Course
  2. Nursing Administration Course 2
  3. obstetrics profession
  4. Research Methods Decision

fourth level

Seventh semester:

  1. Community health nursing course
  2. Elderly nursing course
  3. Evidence-Based Nursing Course
  4. geriatric medicine course
  5. Epidemiology course
  6. Principles of Vital Statistics course 

Eighth Semester:-

  1. Psychiatric and mental health nursing course
  2. Critical care nursing course
  3. psychiatry course 
  4. Information technology applications in healthcare

level five

The ninth semester:

  1. Applied Nursing Course Nursing Operations and Management
  2. Applied Nursing Course Gastroenterology
  3. Applied Nursing Course Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis
  4. Applied Nursing Course Burns and Nursing Management

Tenth Semester:-

  1. Applied Nursing Course Thoracic and Open Heart Surgery
  2. Applied Nursing Course Gastrointestinal Surgery and Liver Transplant
  3. Applied Nursing Course Urology, Kidney Transplant and Nursing Management 
  4. Applied Nursing Course Emergency Reception and Nursing Management

Eleventh semester:

  1. Applied Nursing Course, Critical Pregnancy and Intensive Care
  2. Applied Obstetrics and Nursing Administration course
  3. Applied Nursing Course, Pediatric Surgery and Intensive Care
  4. Premature Pediatric Applied Nursing Course and Nursing Administration
  5. Family health nursing and nursing management course
  6. Applied Nursing Primary Health Care

my choice

  1. Advanced Community Health Nursing 
  2. Advanced nursing in one of the specialties of surgery and operations
  3. Advanced Pediatric Nursing
  4. Advanced Nursing in Maternity and Obstetric Nursing
  5. Advanced Nursing Course in Elderly Care
  6. Advanced psychiatric nursing course
  7. Advanced Nursing Administration Course 
  8. Alternative medicine course in nursing practices
  9. Physiotherapy and rehabilitation course
  10. Oral and dental health course
  11. Hot area medicine course
  12. Course of a branch of internal medicine (digestive diseases)
  13. Hospital planning and coordination decision
  14. Women’s psychology course
  15. critical thinking course
  16. self learning course
  17. driving decision
  18. Applied Nursing course or RAM
  19. Applied Nursing Course Eye Surgery and Diseases
  20. Emergency Critical Care Applied Nursing Course
  21. Applied Nursing Course Critical Care Cardiovascular Diseases
  22. Applied Nursing Course Pediatric Reception

summer training

  1. Infection control standards applications course in nursing skills
  2. Health education and counseling course
  3. Applications course in the quality of services and health care

 

 

 Summer Training (18 credit hours):

During the summer period, students are trained in the following skills:

Course code number Course name Credit hours pre-requisite
MansNurGSCT 1301 Training on infection control standards in nursing skills 6 Microbiology and natural immunity

MSc 205

MansNurESCT 1302 Ethics training in nursing care

 

3 Nursing Ethics

Csc 208

MansNurWSCT 1303 Health education training and counseling

 

6 Nursing health assessment

NSc 303

MansNurASCT 1304

 

Training in the quality of services and health care

 

3 Nursing Department 1, Nursing Department 2NSc 502, NSc 602 

 

 

Education and Student Affairs Sector

Student enrollment

College of Nursing Admission Rules

The college accepts the following certificates:

  1. The student must have obtained a high school diploma in the year she is applying to join the college – the scientific section, provided that she studies the following subjects (physics – chemistry – biology)
  2. The college accepts those who have a diploma of the Technical Institute (Nursing – Health Nursing Division only) and they are enrolled in the second year directly
  3. The college accepts those who hold a nursing diploma with a minimum of 75% and pass the equivalency exam in the following subjects (English language – Arabic language – chemistry – physics) for secondary school, and the exam is held in September of each year

College entrance exams

  1. Oral Aptitude Tests (personal interview)
  2. Written aptitude test
  3. English written test
  4. College medical examination

It requires the following specifications:

No impairment of neuromuscular balance

Heart and chest integrity and freedom from chronic diseases and congenital defects

Safety of sight, hearing, and speech

– Free from neurological and psychiatric diseases

 

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Dean’s word

Peace, mercy and blessings of God ,,,,

I am pleased and honored to welcome you to the website of the College of Nursing at the American International University, where the first nucleus of the College of Nursing was in 2015 divided within the departments of the College of Medicine and Allied Medical Sciences. Which aims for excellence in the field of nursing education, leadership, scientific research and advanced professional practice for graduates of the College of Nursing to keep pace with the times and meet the national needs of nurses who provide the best health care programs through the college departments.

The College of Nursing was keen to advance the scientific, technical and professional development in the field of nursing through the launch of the Master’s Program in Nursing in 2017 in three important specializations: Nursing Administration, Mental Health Nursing, and Obstetrics and Gynecology Nursing.

With the grace of God Almighty, the College of Nursing has embarked on raising the level of nursing education in the health sector by adopting the Nursing Bridging Program, whereby female students who hold a diploma in health colleges can study and obtain a bachelor’s degree.

Through the increase in the number of students wishing to join this humanitarian profession, the College of Nursing is looking forward to high-quality qualitative shifts and development in important educational programs and paths…

 

College representative’s word

In the name of God, the most gracious, the most merciful

“As for the foam, it goes away as scum, and as for what benefits people, it remains on the earth.”

Within the framework of the university’s strategy, the College of Nursing is fully aware of all educational and cultural activities, as its mission is not limited to education, but also includes scientific research, because the events of any scientific, cultural or social renaissance in society only come with education and scientific research that serves the community in all its fields. .

Thus, paying attention to graduate studies, research and cultural relations is the way to prepare distinguished scientific cadres internally and externally through scientific missions to see the continuous development in all fields.

In order to support the College of Nursing, the university spares no effort in developing all areas of scientific research in the college, especially after the college started studying for the master’s and doctoral stages with the credit-hour system and opened its doors to expatriates studying from outside the university so that the College of Nursing is one of the beacons of science.

We pray to God Almighty to help us in what we aim for

 

Department of Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health

Section Message

Achieving excellence in psychiatric nursing education and mental health through the development and implementation of educational courses, programs and research activities that ultimately lead to the refinement of the college graduate’s skills in dealing with individuals with multiple and different cultures as well as those with mental disorders.

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The Department of Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health at the College of Nursing looks forward to occupying a leading position among the various departments of the College in terms of teaching, learning, community service and scientific research in accordance with comprehensive quality standards.

The general objective of the Department of Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health

The Department of Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health at the College of Nursing seeks to prepare students for university study and what it requires of communication skills, research, self-development, instilling principles of discipline in them, raising students’ efficiency in practical training, and providing them with cognitive skills that contribute to continuing university studies with distinction.

Objectives

  • Providing the student with the information, skills and attitudes necessary to enhance the concepts of mental health for the individual, the family and society.
  • Providing the student with the skills and information necessary for therapeutic intervention for psychiatric patients, conduct disorder and addiction patients, and people with special needs.
  • Apply the triple concept of health care, which consists of prevention, treatment and rehabilitation.
  • Developing technological skills to be used in developing the therapeutic service for psychiatric patients, developing education services, scientific research, and community service.
  • Activating ways of cooperation with institutions, private universities and governments related to mental health to improve health care for the community.

The courses taught by the department

The courses taught or supervised by the department

Teaching methods used in undergraduate courses

The department’s courses

Bachelor’s stage:

  • Psychiatric nursing and mental health
  • growth psychology
  • foundations of human behavior
  • Human behavior in health and disease
  • Psychology of women
  • Psychiatry
  • Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health – Advanced

Postgraduate stage:

  • Psychiatric nursing and mental health
  • educational psychology
  • Seminars in psychiatric nursing
  • A demographic study of the family and society
  • Mental health health education
  • human relations
  • physiological psychology
  • Psychology theories
  • Modern concepts in psychiatric nursing
  • General specialization in psychiatric nursing and mental health
  • Specialization in Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health
  • Seminars in Psychiatry

 

Professional Diploma:

Diploma in the prevention of drug addiction, psychotropic substances and other addictive behaviors

Introduction to the department:

It causes addiction to alcohol, chemicals, gambling, etc…, whether from traumatic experiences or bad decisions, causes shame. It is a devastating problem for individuals, their families, their friends and their work… This program provides a focused review of the concepts and skills related to methods of helping addicts and treating addiction. The Diploma program is designed to extend for a whole year and is divided into two semesters based on credit hours, each semester contains seven courses, five of which are compulsory and two elective courses In addition to a research project for each student presented at the end of the second semester, the best specialized teaching staff were selected from professors in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, law and sociology to provide a specialized curriculum on substance use disorders and affecting the psychological state from all scientific perspectives and through an integrated vision for different scientific approaches. In addition, it provides a professional orientation that is applied to different professional contexts for prevention and convergence with national and international plans and strategies. The curriculum of the diploma also includes practical training for students on methods of examining and evaluating addiction cases, developing treatment and rehabilitation plans, and implementing modern treatment programs with cases of addiction through training applied in college; Followed by field training in the Psychiatric Center under the joint supervision of clinical psychology professors at the college and psychiatrists working in the center, and this training is divided into two semesters, in addition to a complementary summer training based on scientific evidence in its quality.

 

 

Vision:

 Providing certified professional training for workers in the field of addiction and drugs from all parts of the world, especially in developing countries, and developing the spiritual and scientific activity of students, which are advantages that do not receive much attention in academic centers, and organizing research on drugs all over the world, especially projects with spiritual orientations.

Message:

Qualifying those enrolled in the program who have a bachelor’s degree from graduates of social work, sociology or psychology, and others wishing from various relevant faculties to work in the field of drug and psychotropic substance abuse prevention by providing them with knowledge related to this field, and raising their skills and abilities to perform the tasks The jobs assigned to the field of specialization.

Objectives:

The program aims to prepare and qualify professional cadres specialized in the field of drug and psychotropic substance abuse prevention by providing them with a set of knowledge, skills and abilities that qualify them to carry out the tasks of preventing drug and psychotropic substance abuse, including:

– Defining the nature of drugs and their uses, and the negative effects of their abuse on the individual and society.

– Introducing the role of civil institutions and associations in the prevention and reduction of drug abuse.

– definition of manifestations and signs of addiction and ways of prevention and treatment.

– Giving enrolled skills correct misconceptions leading to the abuse of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances.

– the skill of effective awareness of the seriousness of addiction, and the ability to raise enrollment in the program to clarify ways to combat trafficking in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, and the definition of the fight against drugs and psychotropic substances system in the Kingdom and its implementing regulations

– definition of jurisprudence drug and its provisions in Islamic law, and to clarify the role of the security measures in reducing the phenomenon of drugs and psychotropic substances

– curriculum development diploma and anti – addiction treatment through access to all accredited international standards of the World Health Organization and the United Nations Office of Drugs meaning to conform with modern global trends in this area.

Program outputs:

At the end of the program, the graduate is expected to be familiar with the knowledge and sciences related to the prevention of drug abuse and psychotropic substances, and the supporting knowledge they require, and have the ability to apply them, including:

– Knowing what drugs are and their uses – the economic cost and social risks of using them.

Introducing the methods of illicit drug trafficking and ways to combat it

Studying the causes of drug and psychotropic substance abuse and methods of confronting them.

–    addictive manifestations, treatment and prevention

–    correcting the erroneous beliefs of the drug abuse

–    aspects of addiction and awareness of its danger

–    drugs and provisions of Islamic law

–    Drugs in the Islamic Fiqh

–    combating trafficking in narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances

The    role of civil society institutions in preventing and reducing drug abuse

–    Effective communication skills and the ability to persuade

–    Computer uses in the area of awareness of the dangers of drugs and psychotropic substances.

 

Fields of work and positions available for graduates of the diploma in the prevention of drug abuse and psychotropic substances:

It is expected that there will be job opportunities for graduates of the program in many sectors of society, including:

 

The    Ministry of Social Affairs.

–    The role of special care

–    Social service departments in the Ministry of the Interior (prisons)

–    Thermal treatment of drug addicts

–    Health psychiatric hospitals.

–    charitable institutions and associations specialized in the prevention of drug abuse and psychotropic substances.

–     social worker in any charitable sector or government or civil.

–    Guide religious in religious bodies.

Diploma Sections:

The first diploma in addiction treatment, practical and theoretical training over a full year.

The second diploma: a certificate of rehabilitation qualification from addiction, for those who have a high qualification, workers and experience in the field of addiction, where they are used as counselors for patients to recover from addiction, and it lasts for 6 months, with a total of 264 training hours – It is being worked on, God willing –

 

Courses for the diploma in the prevention of drug abuse and psychotropic substances :

 

level one Course Name Credit hours
The science of problem prevention: theories and application areas 3
Epidemiology of drug and psychotropic substance abuse 3
Standards for preventive work and preventive experiments 3
The science of addiction and mental health 3
Psychology of drug dependence 3
Drugs and their provisions in Islamic law 3
human rights 2
Planning for preventive programs (presenting a proposed plan for prevention that serves the graduation project) 3
Requirements to maintain the blessing of security and stability general requirement
Immunization of the Muslim community against ideological invasion 2
total of hours 25

 

Second Level Course Name Credit hours
Studies in prevention and methodology for diagnosing drug phenomenon 3
Preventive Counseling (simulated training and case interview) 2
Drugs in Islamic jurisprudence 2
behavioral disorders 3
addictive behavior 3
personal development techniques 3
Crisis counseling 3
Drugs are the most dangerous obstacle to development general requirement
Design and implementation of preventive programs (the application is at the time of the graduation project) 3
Monitoring and evaluating preventive programs (the application is at the time of the graduation project) 3
Graduation project (field application of articles 508 and 509 for two days per week 5
total of hours 30

 

Course List:

Psychology of drug dependence

 Course objectives: 

 The course “The Psychology of Substance Dependence” aims at introducing the concepts of addiction and substance use disorders, diagnostic criteria, clarifying assessment and diagnosis steps, identifying the most prominent preventive measures used to prevent relapse, identifying their causes and dealing with them, as well as identifying the most prominent specialized institutions Available in the care and treatment of addicts, and the most prominent therapeutic and counseling intervention techniques. Finally, the course aims to value the role of the course in general in bringing students to a state of great awareness of their roles as psychologists in the prevention and protection of society from drugs and psychotropic substances.

Foundations of psychological guidance and counseling:

 This course aims to: Enlighten the student and introduce him to the concept of psychological counseling, its genesis, its objectives, and its roles. To individual and collective counseling, and to define the areas of psychological counseling: play counseling, and career counseling. and use in the school and the local community.

behavioral disorders

This course aims to: Identify concepts in behavioral disorders, whether or not, and criteria for determining the disorder. It also aims to identify the classification of behavioral disorders, methods for detecting behavioral disorders, and identifying the types of behavioral disorders: eating and feeding disorders, output disorders, sleep disorders, speech and language disorders, and behavior disorders. The course aims to provide the student with the skills of working with individuals in different cases of disorder. Finally, the course aims to value the role of psychological counseling in the prevention of behavioral disorders, and the roles of the work team in treating and preventing the individual from behavioral disorders in order to reach mental health and safety. .

The science of problem prevention: theories and application areas

This course examines social problems and behavior that depart from the norms of a group or society. He is interested in delinquency, crime, sexual and religious deviance, and lifestyle. Deviant subcultures and society’s reaction to these problems. The secret of the causes of deviations and its effects on the individual and society.

personal development techniques

This program deals with the personal and social factors that help in self-discovery, setting personal goals, controlling our lives, and becoming a contributing member of society. It teaches how to combine one’s own experiences to get a better self. No matter how much negativity has happened to you in the past, it can be erased, leaving you with a lighter, clearer, more determined to move forward. This program focuses on the science of happiness.

Counseling about alcohol and drugs

This course reviews the diagnostic, discretionary exercises, goal setting, and treatment planning, the multicultural, legal, and ethical aspects that affect drug and alcohol treatment. It offers a systemic treatment along with many theoretical aspects. It also discusses the special treatment needs of alcohol and drug addicts and the use of support systems to help their families .

addiction cure

This course is designed to answer the question: What is really effective in treating addiction? . It reviews what we know to this day about the best formulas for addiction treatment from inception (set goals, research and employ method of treatment) to end (when and how treatment ends). It examines a variety of addiction treatment interventions based on their level of effectiveness and outcomes.

addictive behavior

This course reviews how individuals become addicted. Discusses current research and criticism of concepts of dependency and contemporary psychological theories about addictive behavior, treatments, and strategies for changing or reorienting patterns of dependency. It also studies how mental disorders and addiction interact, resulting in a more complex treatment and evaluation process.

Crisis counseling

This course provides knowledge and training in crisis counseling, with emphasis on psychological crisis assessment techniques and crisis intervention strategies. Different types of crises are reviewed: emergencies, overdose, relapse, violence, suicide, assault, anxiety, and terrorism.

 

Thank God that His grace is righteous ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,

Preparation of the scientific committee:

  

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Professional Diploma: 

Diploma in the prevention of drug addiction, psychotropic substances and other addictive behaviors

Introduction to the department:

It causes addiction to alcohol, chemicals, gambling, etc…, whether from traumatic experiences or bad decisions, causes shame. It is a devastating problem for individuals, their families, their friends and their work… This program provides a focused review of the concepts and skills related to methods of helping addicts and treating addiction. The Diploma program is designed to extend for a whole year and is divided into two semesters based on credit hours, each semester contains seven courses, five of which are compulsory and two elective courses In addition to a research project for each student presented at the end of the second semester, the best specialized teaching staff were selected from professors in the fields of psychology, psychiatry, law and sociology to provide a specialized curriculum on substance use disorders and affecting the psychological state from all scientific perspectives and through an integrated vision for different scientific approaches. In addition, it provides a professional orientation that is applied to different professional contexts for prevention and convergence with national and international plans and strategies. The curriculum of the diploma also includes practical training for students on methods of examining and evaluating addiction cases, developing treatment and rehabilitation plans, and implementing modern treatment programs with cases of addiction through training applied in college; Followed by field training in the Psychiatric Center under the joint supervision of clinical psychology professors at the college and psychiatrists working in the center, and this training is divided into two semesters, in addition to a complementary summer training based on scientific evidence in its quality.

Vision:

 Providing certified professional training for workers in the field of addiction and drugs from all parts of the world, especially in developing countries, and developing the spiritual and scientific activity of students, which are advantages that do not receive much attention in academic centers, and organizing research on drugs all over the world, especially projects with spiritual orientations.

Message:

Qualifying those enrolled in the program who have a bachelor’s degree from graduates of social work, sociology or psychology, and others wishing from various relevant faculties to work in the field of drug and psychotropic substance abuse prevention by providing them with knowledge related to this field, and raising their skills and abilities to perform the tasks The jobs assigned to the field of specialization.

Objectives:

The program aims to prepare and qualify professional cadres specialized in the field of drug and psychotropic substance abuse prevention by providing them with a set of knowledge, skills and abilities that qualify them to carry out the tasks of preventing drug and psychotropic substance abuse, including:

1- Defining the nature of drugs and their uses, and the negative effects of their abuse on the individual and society.

2- Defining the role of civil institutions and associations in the prevention and reduction of drug abuse.

3- Defining the manifestations and signs of addiction and ways to prevent and treat it.

4- Providing the entrants with the skills to correct the false beliefs that lead to the abuse of drugs and psychotropic substances.

5- Effective awareness skill of the danger of addiction, raising the ability of those enrolled in the program in clarifying ways to combat trafficking in narcotics and psychotropic substances, and introducing the system for combating narcotics and psychotropic substances in the Kingdom and its executive regulations

6- Introducing the jurisprudence of drugs and its provisions in Islamic Sharia, and clarifying the role of security measures in reducing the phenomenon of drug abuse and psychotropic substances

7- Develop curricula for the diploma in combating and treating addiction by reviewing all international standards approved by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Office on Drugs to be in line with modern global trends in this field.

Program outputs:

At the end of the program, the graduate is expected to be familiar with the knowledge and sciences related to the prevention of drug abuse and psychotropic substances, and the supporting knowledge they require, and have the ability to apply them, including:

– Knowing what drugs are and their uses – the economic cost and social risks of using them.

Introducing the methods of illicit drug trafficking and ways to combat it

Studying the causes of drug and psychotropic substance abuse and methods of confronting them.

Addiction, its manifestations, treatment, and prevention methods

Correcting misconceptions about drug abuse

Manifestations of addiction and awareness of its dangers

Drugs and their provisions in Islamic law

Drugs in Islamic jurisprudence

Combating trafficking in narcotics and psychotropic substances

The role of civil society institutions in preventing and reducing drug abuse

– Effective communication skills and the ability to persuade

Computer use in raising awareness of the dangers of drug and psychotropic substance abuse.

Fields of work and positions available for graduates of the diploma in the prevention of drug abuse and psychotropic substances:

It is expected that there will be job opportunities for graduates of the program in many sectors of society, including:

– Ministry of Social Affairs.

Private care homes

Social service departments in the Ministry of Interior (prisons)

Drug addicts clinics

Mental health hospitals.

Institutions and charities specialized in the prevention of drug and psychotropic substance abuse.

A social guide in any charitable, governmental or private sector.

A religious guide in religious organizations.

Diploma Sections:

The first diploma in addiction treatment, practical and theoretical training over a full year.

The second diploma: a certificate of rehabilitation qualification from addiction, for those who have a high qualification, workers and experience in the field of addiction, where they are used as counselors for patients to recover from addiction, and it lasts for 6 months, with a total of 264 training hours – It is being worked on, God willing – 

Courses for the diploma in the prevention of drug abuse and psychotropic substances:

level one Course Name Credit hours
The science of problem prevention: theories and application areas 3
Epidemiology of drug and psychotropic substance abuse 3
Standards for preventive work and preventive experiments 3
The science of addiction and mental health 3
Psychology of drug dependence 3
Drugs and their provisions in Islamic law 3
human rights  2
Planning for preventive programs (presenting a proposed plan for prevention that serves the graduation project) 3
Requirements to maintain the blessing of security and stability general requirement 
Immunization of the Muslim community against ideological invasion 2
total of hours 25

 

Second Level Course Name Credit hours
Studies in prevention and methodology for diagnosing drug phenomenon 3
Preventive Counseling (simulated training and case interview) 2
Drugs in Islamic jurisprudence 2
behavioral disorders 3
addictive behavior 3
personal development techniques 3
Crisis counseling 3
Drugs are the most dangerous obstacle to development general requirement 
Design and implementation of preventive programs (the application is at the time of the graduation project) 3
Monitoring and evaluating preventive programs (the application is at the time of the graduation project) 3
Graduation project (field application of articles 508 and 509 for two days per week 5
total of hours 30

Course List:

Psychology of drug dependence

 Course objectives:      

 The course “The Psychology of Substance Dependence” aims at introducing the concepts of addiction and substance use disorders, diagnostic criteria, clarifying assessment and diagnosis steps, identifying the most prominent preventive measures used to prevent relapse, identifying their causes and dealing with them, as well as identifying the most prominent specialized institutions Available in the care and treatment of addicts, and the most prominent therapeutic and counseling intervention techniques. Finally, the course aims to value the role of the course in general in bringing students to a state of great awareness of their roles as psychologists in the prevention and protection of society from drugs and psychotropic substances.

Foundations of psychological guidance and counseling:

 This course aims to: Enlighten the student and introduce him to the concept of psychological counseling, its genesis, its objectives, and its roles. To individual and collective counseling, and to define the areas of psychological counseling: play counseling, and career counseling. and use in the school and the local community.

behavioral disorders

This course aims to: Identify concepts in behavioral disorders, whether or not, and criteria for determining the disorder. It also aims to identify the classification of behavioral disorders, methods for detecting behavioral disorders, and identifying the types of behavioral disorders: eating and feeding disorders, output disorders, sleep disorders, speech and language disorders, and behavior disorders. The course aims to provide the student with the skills of working with individuals in different cases of disorder. Finally, the course aims to value the role of psychological counseling in the prevention of behavioral disorders, and the roles of the work team in treating and preventing the individual from behavioral disorders in order to reach mental health and safety. .

The science of problem prevention: theories and application areas 

This course examines social problems and behavior that depart from the norms of a group or society. He is interested in delinquency, crime, sexual and religious deviance, and lifestyle. Deviant subcultures and society’s reaction to these problems. The secret of the causes of deviations and its effects on the individual and society.

personal development techniques

This program deals with the personal and social factors that help in self-discovery, setting personal goals, controlling our lives, and becoming a contributing member of society. It teaches how to combine one’s own experiences to get a better self. No matter how much negativity has happened to you in the past, it can be erased, leaving you with a lighter, clearer, more determined to move forward. This program focuses on the science of happiness.

Counseling about alcohol and drugs

This course reviews the diagnostic, discretionary exercises, goal setting, and treatment planning, the multicultural, legal, and ethical aspects that affect drug and alcohol treatment. It offers a systemic treatment along with many theoretical aspects. It also discusses the special treatment needs of alcohol and drug addicts and the use of support systems to help their families .

addiction cure

This course is designed to answer the question: What is really effective in treating addiction? . It reviews what we know to this day about the best formulas for addiction treatment from inception (set goals, research and employ method of treatment) to end (when and how treatment ends). It examines a variety of addiction treatment interventions based on their level of effectiveness and outcomes.

addictive behavior

This course reviews how individuals become addicted. Discusses current research and criticism of concepts of dependency and contemporary psychological theories about addictive behavior, treatments, and strategies for changing or reorienting patterns of dependency. It also studies how mental disorders and addiction interact, resulting in a more complex treatment and evaluation process.

Crisis counseling

This course provides knowledge and training in crisis counseling, with emphasis on psychological crisis assessment techniques and crisis intervention strategies. Different types of crises are reviewed: emergencies, overdose, relapse, violence, suicide, assault, anxiety, and terrorism.

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Preparation of the scientific committee:

     

Friday: May 21, 2021 AD

Diploma of Applied Nutrition and Therapeutic               

Definition :

Dietetics is the one that studies the links between diet and human health and its impact on health. The diploma of applied nutrition is an academic year divided into two semesters, and each semester has 8 subjects. The diploma of applied nutrition is accepted by the faculties of pharmacy, science, agriculture, veterinary medicine and home economics. Preparing a specialist capable of working as a nutritionist who meets the technical needs of institutions such as hospitals, health care homes for different age groups, as well as institutions that provide nutritional care and in factories for the manufacture of food and its products, product quality verification, and research in the field of specialization, as well as meeting the needs in the field of teaching at the Ministry of Education as teachers Home economics subjects in the various stages of education and the media, while providing the graduate with the foundations of knowledge and skills in accordance with academic standards and the requirements of research and applied projects to compete in the field of specialization with full awareness of the problems of society andThe environment and professional ethics, as well as improving eating habits to meet nutritional needs and organizing nutrition programs for people according to their age and weight.

Responsibilities of a clinical nutritionist 

The duties of a clinical nutritionist are as follows:

Supervising the foods of students in schools.  

Awareness of the importance of healthy food and how it affects their bodies.

Knowing people’s food allergy.

Evaluating food, ensuring its safety, and knowing its compliance with food safety standards.

Assistance, fitness training and health education 

Courses:

chapter one Chapter II
Nutrition Service Management  Assessment of the nutritional status and nutrition of patients
Meal planning and preparation  General principles of human nutrition
Health practices and health awareness and education  pathophysiology
Creating and equipping feeding units  laws and regulations
Feeding special and sensitive groups Corruption, preservation and handling of food
preventative feeding Health Affairs and Food Safety 
public health and nursing Food and Nutrition in Islam
human nutrition principles biochemistry
Basics of satisfactory nutrition preparation Graduation Project

 

Gathering and preparing the scientific committee 

Wednesday: June 2, 2021 AD

 

 

 

 

Diploma in Phytotherapy and Herbalism:

About the diploma: 

The Department of Alternative Medicine Diploma seeks to graduate highly qualified alternative medicine specialists who are able to carry out their duties in a professional manner in order to provide distinguished services in this field, and through the development of the academic, research and applied staff as well as the department will strive to reach excellence and keep pace with development The tremendous scientific and providing advisory services and the direct and indirect contribution to the service of their community.

Program Goals:

An alternative medicine diploma aims to reduce the percentage of patients staying in hospitals, thus reducing the costs of treatment borne by the state.

Diploma in Complementary and Alternative Medicine Reducing the percentage of disability, and thus reducing the subsidies paid to those who are unable to work, and contributing to the employment of disabled patients in suitable jobs according to their physical abilities.

Reducing the number of days of absenteeism for employees by quickly treating various pains, especially spinal pain, which raises the level of work and production in an alternative medicine diploma.

Helping athletes rehabilitate quickly.

Treating women after childbirth and returning their physical abilities leads to a reduction in injuries, especially Al-Amoudi, and increases the productivity of working women. 

Study Duration:

       The duration of the study is two semesters in which the student studies academic and training courses

Courses for Diploma in Phytotherapy and Herbalism

 

 

course First semester
Introduction to pathology
The science of natural health
Medicinal plants
Medicinal plants (herbal science and herbal medicine
Therapeutic Applications of Air Cups (Prophetic Cupping)
Chinese acupuncture
Chinese acupuncture assessment
Atlas of medicinal plants
Medicinal plants
Herbology / Phytotherapy
Pharmacological Psychology Using Herbs
Chinese Herbology
Adoption and analysis of issues
First aid and emergency medicine
Therapeutic massage for the soles of the feet and hands “reflexology”
Roquia
human body functions
therapeutic nutrition
Cupping is a science and a cure
Cupping assessment is a science and healing
first aid
Introduction to Sociology
Introduction to anatomy
reflexology
Your guide to sports medicine
Graduation Project

 

Scientific committee gathering:

Saturday 29/5/2021 AD

 

 

Professional Diploma in Prevention, Occupational Safety and Health :

 

The aim of the program:

  • The program aims to provide competencies and professional cadres specialized in the field of security and safety by providing a set of basic and qualitative courses to document and deepen the knowledge, skills and abilities related to specialization, and to provide those enrolled in the program with applied skills through field training in a group of government and private institutions, which qualifies them to quickly engage in The labor market in various sectors of society.
  • The program aims to provide educational and training opportunities for those who are enrolled in the program who hold a secondary certificate and its equivalent, or who wish to re-qualify their scientific and professional qualifications, in order to prepare qualified national cadres to work in various sectors of society, through:

Qualifying academically and professionally specialized cadres in the field of security and safety, by providing them with a comprehensive idea of ​​the importance of applying security and safety rules in various economic and social establishments and institutions, and its impact on preserving and protecting property, and making maximum use of it.

Introducing the modern methods and concepts of security and safety management and their field applications.

Combining the theoretical side and the practical side in a way that qualifies students to meet the needs of the labor market.

Rehabilitation of those wishing to practice security and safety functions from various disciplines

Introducing the mechanisms and methods of applying security and safety controls during the organization of parties, seminars and conferences

Providing the graduate with the skills and capabilities necessary to practice various security and safety functions efficiently and effectively.

Introducing how to develop and implement evacuation plans, firefighting and rescue training, the skill of identifying the places of expected danger in the various locations of the facility, and the skill of implementing preventive requirements and taking adequate precautions to confront various dangers.

Raising the graduate’s ability to optimally employ and make the most of the energies and capabilities of others based on their behavioral patterns.

 

– The ability to continuously monitor the site to ensure the implementation of the preventive requirements, and the validity of the fire-fighting means, warning equipment, rescue and ambulance, and to take immediate action against any deficiencies

Study Duration:

Four semesters in which the student studies courses and training

Program outputs:

At the end of the program, the trainee is expected to be familiar with the knowledge and sciences related to security and safety, and the required supporting knowledge, and have the ability to apply them, including: Introducing modern methods and concepts of security and safety management and their field applications.

Combining the theoretical side and the practical side in a way that qualifies students to meet the needs of the labor market.

Rehabilitation of those wishing to practice security and safety functions from various disciplines

Introducing the mechanisms and methods of applying security and safety controls during the organization of parties, seminars and conferences, and participating in the organization of official visits for senior visitors

Providing the graduate with the skills and capabilities necessary to practice various security and safety functions efficiently and effectively.

Fields of work and jobs available for graduates of the Security and Safety Diploma:

Graduates of the program are expected to find job opportunities in many institutions in the public and private sectors, in particular:

Site safety and security monitor

Occupational health and safety supervisor

Compliance Supervisor

– Security of factories and engineering companies.

Security and safety of colleges and universities.

– Security of administrative, scientific and technical consultancy institutions.

Safety and security of electrical power installations.

Security and safety in the construction sector.

– In charge of security and safety in the quarries

Security and safety in the oil, gas and petrochemical industries.

Features:

  • The student obtains a diploma in occupational security and safety.
  • Job title after graduation (Occupational Safety and Security Supervisor).
  • Familiarity with international safety standards and their application according to the nature of the facility.
  • Know how to assess and avoid risks.

 

Courses :

 

chapter one Course Name
Linguistic terms in occupational safety and security
Security skills development
Safety requirements for handling radioactive materials

Islamic law protects the natural environment

Crisis and security risk management
Principles of occupational safety and security.

Islam’s position on the application of occupational safety and health

Modern technologies in security and safety
Management information systems

Introduction to occupational safety and health

 

 

Chapter II Course Name
Occupational and industrial safety systems.
Types of risks and prevention mechanisms
Occupational safety requirements applications.
Principles of first aid and crisis management
Fire, explosion and electrical prevention.
Principles of worker health care.
Qualification of occupational safety and health monitors and supervisors
Occupational diseases and prevention methods

HR management in establishments

 

 

Chapter III Course Name
English terms in occupational safety
Computer applications in security and safety
fire fighting systems
Environmental values ​​in Islam
The role of the safety man during firefighting
Chemical Hazards and their Control
Safety in warehouse
Detecting and measuring devices
Occupational safety, environment and fire prevention in the Quran and Sunnah
first aid
Basics of dealing with liquefied petroleum gases

 

the fourth chapter Course Name
Ventilation methods and techniques
Occupational diseases and prevention methods
Certified safety laws and standards
Security and safety systems and regulations in the Kingdom
basics of reporting
The modern view of occupational safety in Islam

Safety and prevention planning and design

organizational relationships
Introduction to safety and security systems and regulations
field traning

 

Gathering and preparing the scientific committee

 

Thursday, May 27, 2021 AD

Higher Institute of Public Health and Community Development 

Objectives of the Institute

  • Raising the nutritional health level of citizens and reducing the rates of malnutrition and chronic diseases related to food, and the security and safety of food circulated and consumed through.
  • Conducting scientific research in various fields (medical, laboratory and food) in order to identify nutritional problems.
  • Conducting applied research according to health requirements and problems.
  • Early diagnosis of malnutrition diseases through general and specialized clinics at the Institute.
  • Providing training and consulting services related to food and nutrition for different sectors.
  • Conducting quality control analyzes of some special foods before they are approved for circulation.
  • Developing human cadres and raising the level of researchers.
  • Attention to spreading healthy food awareness, whether in health or disease.
  • Contribute to the issuance of legislation in the Somali and international food codex committees as a basis for food safety traded in Somalia. Registration.
  • Scientific cooperation at the local, regional and international levels and the exchange of experiences and information.

Institute departments

First: Medical Departments:

1- Nutritional needs and growth section

This section is concerned with the following :

  • Assessing the nutritional status of different age groups and groups by conducting scientific and applied research related to growth and different nutrients
  • Planning for the daily nutritional needs of some groups of people who are not sick (healthy), such as athletes, prisoners, the elderly, refugees, children of shelters, boarding schools, military colleges and soldiers
  • Planning the nutritional content of the snack provided to schoolchildren
  • Follow-up of cases of short stature caused by nutritional deficiencies
  • Follow-up of pregnant and lactating mothers to encourage and support breastfeeding
  • Contribute to the treatment of childhood obesity at the Institute
  • Training of nutritionists and nutrition workers on the use of food analysis tables
  • Nutritional education for those attending the outpatient clinic of the institute and through various media and seminars

Clinical Nutrition Department

This section is concerned with the following:-

  • Provides nutritional therapy service for various diseases in the institute’s outpatient clinics
  • Conducting research related to food and its relationship to various diseases
  • Preparing and participating in training courses in the field of therapeutic nutrition
  • Preparing educational brochures to prevent nutrition-related diseases
  • Department of Research and Field Studies

This section is concerned with the following:-

Conducting surveys and field research in order to identify nutritional problems and malnutrition diseases among different sectors of the people

Conducting epidemiological studies of malnutrition diseases

Nutritional Watch Program Analysis

Test programs to combat malnutrition diseases on a research scale before generalizing these programs that carry out research 

Preparing research plans for departments and methods of selecting samples

Second: Research Departments

E1- Department of Nutritional Chemistry and Metabolism:

This section is concerned with the following:-

These laboratories carry out various biochemical analyzes in different biological fluids and tissues:

  • Estimation of vitamins (either soluble in fat or soluble in water) and their conformity to normal values
  • Estimation of enzymes, hormones and antioxidants as markers of various diseases
  • Metal Estimation
  • Estimation of protein, fat and carbohydrates and study of their metabolism  
  • Training researchers and visitors to the institute on modern devices and methods in chemical and biochemical analyzes

The experimental animals unit of the department is specialized in the following:

  • Conducting biological research and experiments
  • Taking blood samples, autopsy, separating the various organs, and performing the necessary analyzes

Department of food sciences

This section is concerned with the following:

  • Using the latest chemical analysis methods to estimate the nutritional value (macro and micro nutrients) of foods to issue and update food analysis tables in Egypt.
  • Conduct analyzes and control the quality and nutritional value of the school meal
  • Conducting technological and applied research and studies on fortifying food with micronutrients as one of the ways to prevent malnutrition diseases in Egypt, such as fortifying table salt with iodine and fortifying flour with iron and vitamin

Food Hygiene Department

This section is concerned with the following:

  • Microbiological examinations of food and water
  • Evaluation of additives, chemical and natural contaminants in foods
  • Detection of mycotoxins by industrial immunological methods
  • Estimation of the active substances in medicinal herbs and plants and their effects on public health.
  • The department’s units also conduct studies and research in the field of food safety and health.

Registration and acceptance

Nutritionists

To register as a nutritionist, please download the file, fill in the data, and send it to: 

download

when we will start the school ?

Classes start in November 

What is the duration of the diploma?

a full academic year

How many school days per week?

The study is two days a week: (Saturday and Tuesday) from 9 am to 3 pm

Currently, the theoretical part is on the Zoom program, while attendance is required for practical training in the unit at the institute

What is the cost of the diploma?

The full diploma cost (0000000) pounds, the installments for the diploma are paid in 6 installments, provided that the first installment is paid after the completion of the admission procedures

 What is the deadline for applying for a diploma?

Submission throughout the month (September) electronically by e-mail

Trainees will be contacted to complete the papers during the month of October

What is the language of study?

The main language of study is Arabic and English

What are the evaluation methods?

First: Continuous evaluation during the study through:

Attendance at 85% for each training course separately in the diploma courses, a file for each trainee that includes all the activities he has undertaken, including homework performed by the trainee. Presentations and projects

Second: Evaluation at the end of each course through

Theoretical and practical exams and presentations by the trainee

Is the certificate accredited?

The trainee obtains an approved certificate from the General Authority for Hospitals and Educational Institutes / Ministry of Health and Population at the end of each part and obtains a professional diploma in nutrition upon completion of both

  • The three parts of the study program for a maximum period of two consecutive years
  • Practical Training
  • Scientific research in the field of nutrition is submitted within three months after the end of the study program

What are the application documents for admission to the training program?


The application form can be obtained from: through the website

The application form is sent after completing its data with the knowledge of the trainee via e-mail during the month of October only  

A copy of the following documents will be received in case of acceptance

Graduation certificate

guild carnet 

Identification card

Trainee profile picture

A picture of the biography

physical therapy

 

when we will start the school ?

Classes start in December

What is the duration of the diploma?

a full academic year

How many school days per week?

The study is one day a week (Sunday) from 9 am to 3 pm

Currently, the theoretical part is on the Zoom program, and it is required to attend practical training in the unit at the institute

What is the cost of the diploma?

The cost of the full diploma is (000000) pounds, the installments of the diploma are paid in 4 installments, provided that the first installment is paid after the completion of the admission procedures

What is the deadline for applying for a diploma?

The application throughout the month (October) is electronic by e-mail, and trainees are contacted to complete the papers during the month of November

Q: What is the language of study?

The study is conducted in English and Arabic

Q/ What are the evaluation methods?

First: Continuous evaluation during the study through

Attendance at 85% for each training course separately in the diploma courses, a file for each trainee that includes all the activities he has undertaken, including homework performed by the trainee. Presentations and projects

Second: Evaluation at the end of each course through

Theoretical and practical exams – and presentations by the trainee

Q: Is the certificate accredited?

The trainee obtains an accredited certificate from the American International University (Ministry of Education, Culture and Higher Education) in the Federal Republic of Somalia. The certificate can also be attested from the United States of America, with additional fees at the end of each part, and obtains a professional diploma in nutrition for obese and thin patients and athlete nutrition upon completion of both

The three parts of the study program in a maximum period of two consecutive years.

Practical Training .

Scientific research in the field of nutrition is submitted within three months after the end of the study programme.

 Q/ What are the application documents for admission to the training program? The application form can be obtained from: Through the website

The application form is sent after completing its data with the knowledge of the trainee via e-mail during the month of October only  

A copy of the following documents will be received in case of acceptance

Graduation certificate

Identification card

Trainee profile picture

A picture of the biography

 

the doctors

when we will start the school ?

In March for a whole year

What is the duration of the diploma?

a full academic year

How many school days per week?

The study is two days a week: (Saturday and Wednesday) or (Monday and Wednesday) or (Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am to 3 pm

Currently, the theoretical part is on the Zoom program, while attendance is required for practical training in the unit at the institute

What is the cost of the diploma?

The full cost of the diploma 

Admission procedures

What is the deadline for applying for a diploma?

The application throughout the month (January) is electronically via e-mail, and the trainees will be contacted to complete the papers during the month of February

What is the language of study?

The study is conducted in English and Arabic

What are the evaluation methods?

First: Continuous evaluation during the study through

Attendance at 85% for each training course separately in the diploma courses, a file for each trainee that includes all the activities he has undertaken, including homework performed by the trainee. Presentations and projects

Second: Evaluation at the end of each course through

Theoretical and practical exams – and presentations by the trainee

Is the certificate accredited?

The trainee obtains an accredited certificate from the American International University (Ministry of Education, Culture and Higher Education) in the Federal Republic of Somalia / the certificate can also be attested from the United States of America with additional fees

 Part and obtain a professional diploma in clinical nutrition

When completing both 

  • The three parts of the study program for a maximum period of two consecutive years
  • Practical Training
  • Scientific research in the field of nutrition is submitted within three months after the end of the study program

What are the application documents for admission to the training program? The application form can be obtained from: Through the website

The application form is sent after completing its data with the trainee’s knowledge by e-mail during the month of January only  

A copy of the following documents will be received in case of acceptance

Graduation certificate

Identification card

Trainee profile picture

A picture of the biography

 

 

Degrees

 

The American International University, upon the request of the Council of the Higher Institute of Public Health, grants the following diplomas, masters and doctoral degrees:

1- Postgraduate Specialist Diploma in Public Health:  

  • Epidemiology.
1- Epidemiology
  • Vital statistics.
2- Biostatistics
  • Medical parasites and insects.
3- Parasitology and Medical Entomology
  • warm regions health.
4- Tropical Health
  • Vector resistance and pesticide hazards.
5- Vector Control & Pesticide Risks
  • Primary health care.
6- Primary Health Care
  • Microbiology.
7- Microbiology
  • Occupational health and medicine industries.
8- Occupational Health and Industrial Medicine
  • Health of the work environment and air pollution.
9- Occupational Hygiene and Air Pollution
  • Environmental chemistry and biology.
10- Environmental Chemistry and Biology
  • Environmental engineering.
11- Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental health.
12- Environmental Health
  • Nutrition.
13- Nutrition
  • Food Hygiene and Food Control.
14- Food Hygiene and Control
  • Food analysis.
15-Food Analysis
  • Health management, planning and policy.
16- Health Management, Planning and Policy
  • Hospital management.
17- Hospital Administration
  • Health education and behavioral sciences.
18- Health Education and Behavioral Sciences
  • Maternal and child health.
19- Maternal and Child Health
  • School health and adolescent health.
20- Adolescent and School Health
  • Mental health.
21- Mental Health
  • Elderly health.
22- Geriatric Health
  • Public health nursing.
23- Public Health Nursing

2- A professional postgraduate diploma in fields related to public health:  

  • Occupational safety.
1- Occupational Safety
  • Occupational health nursing.
2- Occupational Health Nursing

3- A master’s degree in public health, granted to human physicians only in the following specializations:  

  • Epidemiology.
1- Epidemiology
  • Vital statistics.
2- Biostatistics
  • Medical parasites and insects.
3- Parasitology and Medical Entomology
  • warm regions health.
4- Tropical Health
  • Vector resistance and pesticide hazards.
5- Vector Control & Pesticide Risks
  • Primary health care.
6- Primary Health Care
  • Microbiology.
7- Microbiology
  • Occupational health and medicine industries.
8- Occupational Health and Industrial Medicine
  • Environmental health.
9- Environmental Health
  • Nutrition.
10- Nutrition
  • Food Hygiene and Food Control.
11- Food Hygiene and Control
  • Food analysis.
12-Food Analysis
  • Health management, planning and policy.
13- Health Management, Planning and Policy
  • Hospital management.
14- Hospital Administration
  • Health education and behavioral sciences.
15- Health Education and Behavioral Sciences
  • Maternal and child health.
16- Maternal and Child Health
  • School health and adolescent health.
17- Adolescent and School Health
  • Mental health.
18- Mental Health
  • Elderly health.
19- Geriatric Health

4- Master’s degree in public health sciences:  

  • Epidemiology.
1- Epidemiology
  • Vital statistics.
2- Biostatistics
  • Medical parasites and insects.
3- Parasitology and Medical Entomology
  • Vector resistance and pesticide hazards.
4- Vector Control & Pesticide Risks
  • Microbiology.
5- Microbiology
  • Health of the work environment and air pollution.
6- Occupational Hygiene and Air Pollution
  • Environmental chemistry and biology
7- Environmental Chemistry and Biology
  • environmental engineering
8- Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental health.
9- Environmental Health
  • Nutrition.
10- Nutrition
  • Food Hygiene and Food Control.
11- Food Hygiene and Control
  • Food analysis.
12-Food Analysis
  • Health management, planning and policy.
13- Health Management, Planning and Policy
  • Hospital management.
14- Hospital Administration
  • Health education and behavioral sciences.
15- Health Education and Behavioral Sciences
  • Public health nursing.
16- Public Health Nursing

5- Master’s degree in health sciences:  

  • Healthcare quality management.
1- Healthcare Quality Management
  • Hospital management.
2- Hospital Management

6- Doctorate degree in public health and granted to human physicians only:  

  • Epidemiology.
1- Epidemiology
  • Vital statistics.
2- Biostatistics
  • Medical parasites and insects.
3- Parasitology and Medical Entomology
  • warm regions health.
4- Tropical Health
  • Vector resistance and pesticide hazards.
5- Vector Control & Pesticide Risks
  • Primary health care.
6- Primary Health Care
  • Microbiology.
7- Microbiology
  • Occupational health and medicine industries.
8- Occupational Health and Industrial Medicine
  • Environmental health.
9- Environmental Health
  • Nutrition.
10- Nutrition
  • Food Hygiene and Food Control.
11- Food Hygiene and Control
  • Food analysis.
12-Food Analysis
  • Health management, planning and policy.
13- Health Management, Planning and Policy
  • Hospital management.
14- Hospital Administration
  • Health education and behavioral sciences.
15- Health Education and Behavioral Sciences
  • Maternal and child health.
16- Maternal and Child Health
  • School health and adolescent health.
17- Adolescent and School Health
  • Mental health.
18- Mental Health
  • Elderly health.
19- Geriatric Health

7- Doctorate degree in public health sciences:   

  • Epidemiology.
1- Epidemiology
  • Vital statistics.
2- Biostatistics
  • Medical parasites and insects.
3- Parasitology and Medical Entomology
  • Vector resistance and pesticide hazards.
4- Vector Control & Pesticide Risks
  • Microbiology.
5- Microbiology
  • Health of the work environment and air pollution.
6- Occupational Hygiene and Air Pollution
  • Environmental chemistry and biology
7- Environmental Chemistry and Biology
  • environmental engineering
8- Environmental Engineering
  • Environmental health.
9- Environmental Health
  • Nutrition.
10- Nutrition
  • Food Hygiene and Food Control.
11- Food Hygiene and Control
  • Food analysis.
12-Food Analysis
  • Health management, planning and policy.
13- Health Management, Planning and Policy
  • Hospital management.
14- Hospital Administration
  • Health education and behavioral sciences.
15- Health Education and Behavioral Sciences
  • Public health nursing.

 

Department of Public Health and Environmental Health: 

Introduction to the department:

The Department of Public Health and Environmental Health is one of the clinical departments that work on rehabilitating cadres in the field of preventive medicine in its various branches, such as: epidemic control, occupational health, international health and traveler health, environmental health, maternal and child health, reproductive health and other activities that depend on the concept of promotion. Health and disease prevention, not resorting to treatment and medication that leads to the loss of human and material energy and disruption of the society’s progress by disabling its members. Rather, the large number of hospitals, the increase in the number of beds and the high rate of illness and hypnosis is one of the indicators of health underdevelopment and a clear indication of the lack of prevention programs and the lack of primary health care services, which It is the outcome of preventive medicine or defensive health, and the public health approach aims to: take care of society and raise the performance of health institutions, as well as raise community awareness of health-related practices and behaviors in order to ensure the sound health of the community.

The public health and community medicine curriculum includes the following main themes:

  1. Health services, programs, and activities provided in basic health care units, hospitals, and agencies affiliated with the Ministry of Health and Population.
  2. Epidemiology and chronic diseases and health education on ways to prevent various diseases.
  3. Environmental health.
  4. Occupational health.
  5. The foundations of proper nutrition and therapeutic nutrition.
  6. Medical statistics and scientific research methods.
  7. Management science, health system economics and behavioral sciences.

Vision

A pioneering program in the field of public health that achieves the shift from focusing on patients to focusing on community health nationally, regionally and internationally.

Program Goals:

Establishing a specialized public health program that meets the needs of the community and keeps pace with the latest international standards

Preparing highly qualified cadres to provide the best services in health care and public health

Encouraging public health students to contribute to research, scientific conferences and meetings at the Arab and international university and at the national and international levels to promote public health.

 Attract highly qualified personnel to qualify cadres and serve the community

Updating and improving facilities and resources for regular and continuous learning and teaching in the areas of public health

Creating conscious and enthusiastic generations to spread awareness and promote public health

Develop innovative and cutting-edge approaches to teaching and learning in health promotion

Promote concepts of the need to integrate social and cultural factors and determinants into public health practice

the message:

Providing innovative knowledge services, advancing research in public health, and promoting health and well-being; Preventing disease and preventing disability and premature death within effective community partnerships.

Rationale for establishing a Bachelor of Public Health program:

Global concern for public health

Rapid development in health and education services 

Severe shortage and scarcity of public health professionals

The challenges that must be addressed

The needs of the public and private sectors

Educational and social duties entrusted to educational institutions

The severe shortage of qualified personnel in various fields of public health

Lack of awareness of the importance of public health

Emerging health challenges faced by societies.

The graduate’s employers clearly include the following list of expected employers:

The Ministry of Health in all its sectors.

Governmental and private hospitals.

Universities in the academic field.

Ministry Of Agriculture.

industrial sectors 

International and global organizations such as the World Health Organization and its regional offices, the United Nations and UNICEF

Institutes and research centers.

studying:

The first year: The student studies the basic sciences, humanities and university requirements.

Second year: Students study basic medical sciences and basics of public health sciences, and it includes the following courses: Anatomy Physiology, Introduction to Public Health, Microbiology, Medical Entomology and Parasitology, Pharmacology, Principles of Epidemiology, Fundamentals of Environmental Health, and Welfare health.

Third year: Students study several advanced courses in various fields of public health specialization such as: Applied Epidemiology, Health Management, Applied Biostatistics, Waste Management, Demography, Infectious Diseases, Occupational Health and Safety, Advanced Environmental Health, School Health, Health and Safety Food, Quality Management.

Fourth year: The focus during the fourth year is on enhancing students’ practical, professional and administrative skills and intensifying their scientific knowledge in the field of public health through several courses such as: research methodology, chronic diseases, maternal and child health, infection control, mental health, psychology, contemporary public health issues, ethics and health laws, Disaster Management, Global Health. Economic health, public health policy, and health informatics, in addition to graduation projects.

Fifth year (internship year)

Students will gain a wide range of practical experience in the field of public health. They will have the opportunity to work and learn professional skills in a variety of settings and scenarios in all sectors of public health.

Courses for the Department of Public Health and Environmental Health:

level one
Subject  Credit /H code code hours course
1.                   Water safety and health 2 2 principles of public health
2.                   Environmental Pollution 2 2 Islamic studies
3.                   vector control of pathogens 2 2 Arabic Language
4.                   2 2 English Language
5.                   3 3 physics
6.                   3 3 General and organic chemistry
7.                   3 3 public neighborhoods
8.                   2 2 mathematics
  19 19
  Second Level
9.                   communication skills 2 2 Learning and research skills
10.              Public Administration 2 2 computer
11.              Arabic language skills 2 2 Creed and family in Islam
12.              physical and health education 2 2 Applied epidemiology
13.              nutrition 2 2 Health Management
14.              Biochemistry 3 3 Physiology and Anatomy
15th.              medical sociology 2 2 Principles of health sociology
16.              Building construction 2 2 descriptive statistics
17.              Communicable and endemic diseases 3 3 Engineering Drawing
  20 20
  The third level
18.              I occupational health and safety 2 2 Infectious diseases
19.              Contemporary streams of thought 2 2 advanced environmental health
20.              human rights 2 2 Principles of ecology
21.              Food health and safety 2 2 School Health
22.              Worship in Islam and its impact on reforming society 3 3 Urban planning and building construction
23.              Contemporary intellectual doctrines and their role in societies and the position of Muslims towards them 2 2 Inferential biostatistics
24.              Introductions to physical geography 3 3 Biochemistry
25.              Scientific and medical miracles in the Qur’an and the Sunnah 3 3 Drinking water health and safety
  19 19
  fourth level
26.              Applied epidemiology 2 2 Islamic culture
27.              Introduction to Population 2 2 Quality Management
28.              disaster management 2 2 official demographics
29.              intellectual security 3 3 medical parasites
30.              Islamic morals 3 3  Medical Microbiology
31.              Immunization of the Muslim community against ideological invasion 3 3 Principles of Epidemiology
32.              The origins and methods of Islamic education at home, school and society 3 3 Field Training 1 (Healthy Housing)
  18 18
  level five
33.              Evidence-based public health 3 3 Principles of medicinal insects
34.              Primary health care and traditional medicine 3 3 solid waste management
35.              aging health 3 3 Environmental sanitation and sanitation
36.              violence prevention 2 2 principles of health education
37.              traffic Safety 2 2 Epidemiological studies
38.              home safety 2 2 Pharmacy Basics
39.              Community health assessment 3 3 Field Training 2 (Food Inspection)
  18 18
  Sixth level
40.              global health 3 3 Meat health and safety
41.              fighting the infection 3 3 Pesticide management
42.              health informatics 3 3 Epidemiology of communicable and common diseases
43.              healthy economics 2 2 Environmental pollution
44.              Public health developments and challenges 3 3 health promotion
45.              Public Health Ethics and Laws 2 2 Environmental Impact Assessment
46.              Primary health care and traditional medicine 3 3 Field training 3 food industries
  19 19
  Seventh level
47.              Rulings on the patient’s prayer and purity 2 2 Occupational health and safety
48.              The jurisprudence of medicine and patients 2 2 Hazardous Waste Management
49.              Community Development 2 2 dairy health
50.              psychology and behavior 3 3 Applied Nutrition
51.              health education 2 2 Integrated pest management
52.              family jurisprudence 3 3 scientific research methods
53.              health laws 2 2 Mental and psychological health
54.              pharmacology 3 3 Field training 4
  19 19
  Eighth level
55.              Quarantine law and food control 2 2 health laws
56.              professional ethics 3 3 population breeding
57.              Environmental Psychology Environmental Health Services Administration 3 3 Disaster and health crisis management
58.              occupational health 2 2 management and planning
59.              health planning 2 2 Health Economics
60.              3 3 Graduation Project
61.              3 3 Primary health care
  18 18
  ninth level
62.              2 2 health education strategies
63.              3 3 International Health
64.              2 2 Managing the impact of development projects
65.              3 3 Field training 5
66.              3 3 Rapid assessment of the sources of water pollution
67.              3 3 Food Quality Assurance
68.              3 3 graduation project
    12 12
  tenth level
69.              3 3 Field Training (Health Education)
70.              3 3 Field training (  food health and safety )
71.              3 3 Field Training (Environmental Health)
72.              3 3 Field training (medical insects)
73.              3 2 Field Training (Epidemiology)
74.              3 3 Graduation Project
  18 18

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Preparation of the scientific committee:

      

Thursday: May 20, 2021 AD

 

Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology Nursing

 

an introduction

The Department of Maternity Nursing and Gynecology is one of the important scientific departments that are keen to provide excellent education by supporting students with information, intellectual, practical and behavioral skills in the field of maternity and gynecological nursing that enable students to provide high quality nursing care to women during different stages of life.

see section

The department should be a model of scientific excellence among the various departments of the college

Section Message

Providing students with information, skills and positive attitudes that enable them to provide nursing care to women during the different stages of life.

 

inside the university

Participation in the orientation program for internship students

Participation in the university youth week

Participation in the environmental day

outside the university

Participation in medical convoys

Participation in health education for students in schools

Awareness seminars for master T

Courses

  • The courses taught by the department for the academic year 2018-2019
  • Courses that will be taught by the first term department
  • Timetable 2nd Semester 2016-2017 ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE IN NURSING PRACTICE
  • Timetable 1ST Semester 2016-2017 Alternative Medicine in Nursing Practices
  • Time Table of Professional Midwifery 2nd Semester 2016-2017
  • Midwifery nursing procedures (orientation lab) for group( c) Sunday (10:00Am:3Pm 2nd term 2016/2017) 
  • Student Distribution for Strategy of Nursing Education and Health education 2nd semester 2016/2017 
NS band / venue  course
1 Third / College of Nursing Maternity and Gynecology Nursing
2 Primary/ College of Nursing New trends in nursing
3 primary/ primary/ primary/ Obstetrics and Gynecology
4 primary/ primary/ Introduction to educational technology
5 Pre-Masters/Faculty of Nursing Search methods
6 Pre-Masters/ College of Nursing educational psychology
7 Master’s degree/Faculty of Nursing Maternal and Gynecological Nursing.
8 Master’s degree/Faculty of Nursing Discussion sessions in the field of specialization
9 Master’s degree/Faculty of Nursing New trends in nursing
10 Master’s degree/Faculty of Nursing Population study in the field of specialization
11 Master’s degree/Faculty of Nursing health education apps
12 Master’s degree/Faculty of Nursing Psychology of women
13 Master’s degree/Faculty of Nursing Teaching strategies

Courses taught by the department for the doctoral stage:

Seminars in the field of general specialization

Seminars in the field of subspecialty

 

 

Community Health Nursing Department

Definition of the department

  • This section provides the students with a general picture of community health nursing. It also provides the students with basic information and skills to identify the needs of people, families and society through the application of the nursing process.
  • It also focuses on improving health and preventing disease, based on the concepts of primary health care.

 

Vision

The vision of the Department of Community Health Nursing at the College of Nursing is to provide nursing students with the skills necessary to provide preventive, curative and rehabilitative nursing services to the individual, family and community supported by evidence-based practices.

the message

The Community Health Nursing Department aspires to reach the highest level of efficiency in planning and implementing research plans and funded projects. In addition to conducting channels of communication and cooperation with all similar specialties at the level of universities and regional and international health institutions

Objectives

The Community Health Nursing Department aims to achieve the following goals during the next five years

  • Updating the scientific curricula entrusted to the department, including teaching, teaching aids and the assessment system
  • Strengthening the teaching skills of faculty members
  • Updating research plans according to the local health needs of the community and urgent and urgent health issues
  • Deliver health, education, and research services to local and international communities. Activities

 

Courses

First: Bachelor’s degree courses

Second: the postgraduate stage

The department has three master’s degree programs

First: the master’s stage

Preliminary stage: The  department is responsible for the course of studying the community and its health problems, and the Department of Women’s Health and Obstetrics shares the responsibility for a course on research methods.

 

First program: Master of Community Health Nursing  

NS Nursing courses Course type
1 Community Health Nursing

Community Health Nursing

Mandatory
2 Health services planning and management systems

Planning and administration of health services

Mandatory
3 Teaching strategy in community health nursing

Strategies of education in community health nursing

Mandatory
4 Recent trends in community health nursing

Trends and issues in community health nursing

Mandatory
5 Discussion sessions in the field of specialization

Discussion seminars in community health

Mandatory
6 Epidemiology

Epidemiology

Mandatory
7 Applied Ethnology

Applied anthropology

Mandatory
8    Health education applications in the community

Application of health education in community health nursing

Mandatory
9 Population study of the family and society

Population study of family and community

Mandatory

 

Program Two: Master of Evidence-Based Health Care

NS Specialized compulsory courses Auxiliary compulsory courses elective courses
1 Guidelines Aloklyenkih Clinical guidelines
Management Quality Improvement Quality improvement management 
Research Methods Qualitative Qualitative research methodology
2 Research methodology I
Teaching Strategies in Health Sciences Educational Strategies in health sciences
Teaching practices based on evidence Teaching evidence- based practice
3 Practice – based practices Evidence The practice of evidence- based practice
Change Management Managing change 
Health care ethics Ethics in health care
4 Statistics I
Revisions and serial analyzes reactionary Systematic review and meta-analysis
5 Epidemiology Clinical Clinical Epidemiology
Clinical Guidelines Clinical guidelines
6 Evidence of patient cultures and skills Patient -based evidence and cultural competency
Assess the quality of the application of evidence – based practice Evaluation quality of evidence based practice applications
7 Research Methods 2 Research Methodology – II
8 Practice training I
9 Statistics II
10 Practical Training 2 the Spreadsheet Fundamentals Practice Training – II

 

Third program: Master’s degree in infection prevention and control

 

NS Specialized compulsory courses Auxiliary compulsory courses elective courses
1 Applied Science foundations for Microbiology Principles of Applied Microbiology
Quality management and policies of health care Quality management and health care policy
Comprehensive management of Quality Total Quality Management
2 Epidemiology of Infectious Disease Epidemiology of Communicable Diseases
Teaching Strategies for Health Sciences Educational Strategies in health sciences
Patient Safety Patient Safety
3 Epidemiology of Infectious Disease Epidemiology of Communicable Diseases
Information technology in the field of Health Health informatics
Guidelines based on the evidence Evidence- Based Clinical Guidelines
4 Epidemiology of Infectious Disease Epidemiology of Communicable Diseases
Professional Ethics and Human Rights , Professional Ethics and human rights
5 Statistics Statistics
Emergency preparations Emergency preparedness
6 Epidemiology 2 Epidemiology – II
Control practices in infection in only one Qassam Clinical Infection control practice in especial clinical settings
7 The general basis for the program of prevention and control of infection General principles of prevention and infection control program
8 Practice training I
9 Control practices in environmental infection Environmental infection control practice
10 Control practices in clinical infection Infection control practice in clinical settings
11 Practical Training 2 the Spreadsheet Fundamentals Practice Training – II
12 Control practices in occupational infection Occupational infection control practice
13 Interviews Guidance message Thesis Tutorial Meetings

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Second: the doctoral stage

1- Seminars, seminars and recent trends in nursing 2- Nursing symposia in the field of general specialization 3- Nursing symposia in the field of subspecialty

Postgraduate programs in the Department of Community Health Nursing for the period from 2019-2021

The faculty members of the department teach for the postgraduate stage, which are divided into four programmes:

 First Program:  Doctor of Community Health Nursing.

 The second program:  Community Health Nursing, Master’s and Ph.D. courses, credit hours

 Third program:  Master’s degree in infection prevention and control

 Fourth Program:  MSc Evidence-Based Health Care

 

 

 

Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department

an introduction

It is known that critical care nursing is an advanced process that contains three areas, namely the critical patient, the critical care nurse and the place where critical care nursing can be applied. These areas are key elements of the applicability of critical care nursing.

The critical care nursing curriculum is concerned with teaching students the responsibilities of the critical care nurse in the medical care provided to the patient and how to deal with the tools and the advanced technological environment. This educational curriculum contains theoretical lectures and practical exercises aimed at the effective application of the principles of critical care nursing in the care of the patient in need of critical care.

Vision

The department should be an example of excellence among its counterparts in critical care and emergency nursing departments through distinguished educational programs, innovative teaching and learning methods, joint research, scientific publishing, and community services that fulfill the health requirements of the surrounding community.

the message

Graduating nurses who are qualified to meet the complex needs of critically ill patients and who are able to compete in the critical care labor market locally and regionally.

Philosophy

The Department of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing stems from the philosophy of the college as a whole and aims to prepare university-qualified nurses as nursing specialists at an outstanding level of competence in the field of critical care and emergency nursing who are able to compete in the era of globalization and the free market. They provide comprehensive and integrated preventive, curative, and rehabilitative nursing care to meet the health needs of the individual, family and community.

Introduction to the department

This department focuses on the application of the nursing process and problem-solving method in nursing critically ill patients and caring for their families in emergency situations. Also, the information and skills acquired through this section enable students to provide comprehensive nursing care for emergency patients.

The department teaches the first, second, and fourth grades, the Health Technical Institute, the Kindergarten College, and a Pre-Master’s in Critical Care Nursing.

The department conducts student assessment by using modern assessment methods such as:

OSCE

The department educates students by using problem solving to improve patient handling and delivery of medical care such as PBL.

Courses

Courses 2020

Undergraduate courses taught in the Department of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing: 

NS course Band/Venue
1 Critical Care Nursing (first semester) Fourth level / College of Nursing credit hours and the amended Regulations 2002
2 Critical Care Nursing (Semester Two) Fourth level / College of Nursing credit hours and the amended Regulations 2002
3 emergency nursing Second level / College of Nursing credit hours
4 Band aid First level / College of Nursing credit hours
5 Nursing Ethics First level / College of Nursing credit hours
6 Nursing health assessment First level / College of Nursing credit hours

 

 

Department of Internal and Surgical Nursing

 Introduction to the department

  •  The Department of Internal and Surgical Nursing was established – Faculty of Nursing – Mansoura University with the establishment of the Faculty of Nursing 2016
  • The Department of Internal and Surgical Nursing is considered one of the oldest and most well-known nursing specialties, whether in the modern or ancient era, and specialists consider it the basis of other branches and also call it the source of nursing because all other branches have exited from it.
  •  The faculty members of the Department of Internal and Surgical Nursing teach two curricula, which are the basics of nursing for the first year, and internal and surgical nursing for the second year. It also has a role in graduate studies in the college through the department teaching for the master’s and doctoral stages.
  •  The Department of Surgical Internal Nursing participates in many activities such as organizing training courses for nursing staff members in hospitals, training and supervising internship students, and basic nursing skills courses for students. In addition, the Department of Internal and Surgical Nursing has participated in important university activities
  •  The department is interested in preparing students to provide care to patients in all specialties, both public and private. This depends on several factors, the most important of which are: (a faculty member and their assistants, training places from laboratories and hospitals, students, as well as the patient’s future nursing care).
  •  The curriculum of internal and surgical nursing is concerned with teaching students the responsibilities of internal and surgical nursing in the medical care provided to the patient and how to deal with tools and the advanced technological environment.
  •   This educational curriculum contains theoretical lectures and practical exercises aimed at the effective application of the principles of internal and surgical nursing according to the latest methods.

see section

The Department of Internal and Surgical Nursing at the College of Nursing is looking forward to occupying a leading position among all the different scientific departments in the college and the corresponding colleges of nursing colleges in Somali universities and to be able to compete with all institutions of higher education for nursing at the regional and international levels.

Section Message

The mission of the Department of Internal and Surgical Nursing is to support the basic principles of nursing study at the university level by providing a scientific subject that is compatible with modern concepts of nursing and clinical scientific skills to prepare an outstanding student in terms of cognitive, skill and professional rehabilitation and to provide comprehensive high-quality nursing care for the various disciplines of internal and surgical nursing for patients. And healthy people in different hospitals and health centers, providing multiple and growing educational experiences in various scientific disciplines to meet the needs and requirements of the labor market locally, and providing continuous learning opportunities for their graduates and others through postgraduate programs in accordance with the approved research plan, in addition to providing technical and training consultations in various community institutions at the national, regional and global levels to ensure Sustainable development in society and keeping abreast of all that is new

General goals

Providing first and second year students with the necessary knowledge, skills and behaviors that enable them to apply the principles and concepts of internal surgical nursing in various nursing situations and to identify the actual problems of patients

Department goals

1- Careful analysis of scientific and training needs in line with the needs of various health services through scientific research to ensure obtaining the optimum return for those places.

2- Updating, developing and describing curricula according to the national reference standards for first and second year students

3- Upgrading the nursing activities related to the educational process in the field of basic nursing, internal nursing, and general and private surgical.

4- Raising the scientific and skill level of the faculty members and the supporting body through the development and modernization of scientific research methods and the holding of seminars and training courses.

5- Raising the efficiency of the student’s performance in the adult nursing laboratories in the college and training places in the various health services.

6- Interacting with the community and participating in solving its health problems and advancing the health level of all its members

7- Participation in supporting the continuous learning process for the nursing staff in Mansoura University Hospitals through holding seminars and continuous training courses.

Courses

  • The courses taught by the department
  • Coordinator of undergraduate courses in the Department of Internal Surgical Nursing for the academic year 2019-2020
  • Master’s degree course coordinators credit hours for the Department of Internal Surgical Nursing for the academic year 2019-2020
  • Coordinator of postgraduate courses in the Department of Surgical Internal Medicine for the academic year 2019-2020
  • Postgraduate courses in the Department of Internal Surgical Nursing for the academic year 2018-2019
  • Courses of the study for the Department of Surgical Nursing Internal

After studying the course, students can do the following:

  1. Recognize and apply the basic principles of nursing.
  2. Knowing the goals and reasons for all nursing skills and preparing the environment, tools and patient for special nursing skills.
  3. Conducting specific nursing skills in a safe and effective manner.
  4. Evaluate the results depending on the patient’s response.
  5. How to record nursing skills.
  6. Apply basic concepts of patient care and how to make decisions in providing direct care.
  7. Recognize teaching/learning principles in improving understanding of health and safety for patients and their families.
  8. Apply health and safety standards in the implementation of practical and applied skills.
  9. The application of primary patient care in the legal, ethical and regulatory framework for the practice of the nursing profession.
  10. Know the basic nutrients and their benefits.
  11. Helping the patient and those in need of health care to access health resources and services.
  12. Basic and preventive health nursing care application.
  13. Apply basic skills in training labs.

Teaching methods to achieve goals

Including but not limited to: lectures, seminars, practical application, skills, simulation, patient case study, etc.

Courses  offered by the department for the different academic levels at the Faculty of Nursing, Mansoura University

  •  Bachelor’s degree
NS Subject course 
1 the first group/ Nursing basics
2 the first group/ Introduction to the basics of nursing
3 the first group/ New trends in nursing
4 the second band / Internal and surgical nursing
  •  Graduate Studies

Curriculum for master’s students

  •  The Department of Surgical Internal Nursing grants the degree of “Diploma” in Surgical Internal Nursing, which aims to prepare the student with outstanding knowledge and skills.
  •  The Department of Surgical Internal Nursing awards a master’s degree in Surgical Internal Nursing.
  •  The Department of Surgical Internal Nursing awards a doctorate degree in Surgical Internal Nursing.
  • Master’s stage
NS academic year course
1 Pre-Masters/Faculty of Nursing Health education
2 Pre-Masters/Faculty of Nursing New trends in nursing
3 Pre-Masters/Faculty of Nursing Panel discussions in the field of specialization
4 Master’s degree/Faculty of Nursing Internal and surgical nursing
  • PhD stage
NS academic year course
1 PhD/Faculty of Nursing Internal nursing and general surgery
2 PhD/Faculty of Nursing Internal nursing and special surgery

 Courses offered by the department to various educational bodies outside the university

 

NS academic year course
1 First Division/Health Technical Institute general nursing
2 Second year / health technical institute Surgical Oncology Nursing
3 the second band / Nursing Oncology Surgery Adult Health
4 the second band / adult health
5 the second band / education technology

Courses offered by the department for educational institutes within the university

NS academic year course
1 the first group/ Nursing basics
2 the second band/ Internal and surgical nursing

 

 

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Pediatric Nursing Department

Introduction to the Department of Pediatric Nursing

  • This section is a general curriculum in pediatric nursing as it gives students the opportunity to learn how to provide nursing care for children in health, disease and during illness through the use of the nursing process.
  • The section also presents the basics of growth and development during childhood.
  • The Department of Pediatric Nursing aims to prepare qualified nursing specialists at a distinguished level of competence in the field of pediatric nursing capable of competing in the era of globalization and the labor market. They are also able to provide comprehensive, integrated, preventive, curative, and rehabilitative nursing care to meet the child’s health needs, through theoretical lectures and practical training for students to provide them with information and provide them with the various skills necessary to deal with the child in health and disease.
  • Faculty members in the Department of Pediatric Nursing teach three curricula in the college, which are Pediatric Nursing (credit hours and old regulations) for Egyptian and expatriate students, Advanced Pediatric Nursing (elective course) and Intercultural skills for the second level. The department also teaches Pediatric Nursing for students of the Technical Institute and first aid at the Faculty of Kindergarten. He also has a role in teaching master’s and doctorate courses in pediatric nursing, as well as supervising master’s and doctoral theses.
  • Faculty members in the department and their assistants supervise the training of students in three places: the pediatric nursing lab at the faculty, the departments of internal medicine, surgery, kidney and neurology, intensive care units and neonatology at Children’s University Hospital, and the Mansoura Oncology Center. The Department of Pediatric Nursing also participates in many activities such as organizing the department’s scientific day, workshops, as well as scientific and educational seminars inside and outside the university.

 

see section

The Department of Pediatric Nursing is one of the important scientific departments that are keen to provide outstanding education by supporting students with information and intellectual, practical and behavioral skills in the field of pediatric nursing that enable students to provide high-quality nursing care for the child and family during the different stages of the child’s life.

 

Section Message

Providing students with information, nursing skills and positive attitudes based on scientific evidence that enable them to provide comprehensive high-quality nursing care for the child and family in health and disease during the different stages of the child’s life, in addition to contributing to supporting the health needs of the community.

 

Department activities

community service activity

  • inside the university
  •  Participation in the orientation program for internship students
  •  Participation in the university youth week
  •  Participation in health education for children in hospitals and schools
  •  Awareness seminars for mothers of children in health and disease

Educational brochures have been prepared to educate children and mothers inside and outside the university on the following topics: –

  • Feeding a child with cancer
  • Antibiotics
  • colon irrigation

 

Research

Scientific research plan

The department’s scientific research plan derives from the college’s scientific research plan, which focuses on the following axes

  •  Caring for people in health and disease
  •  community safety
  •  Nursing Education

Research areas of interest

  • Problem-based education
  • Breastfeeding – Vaccination
  • Evidence-Based Education in Children
  • Objective Clinical Examination (OSCE)
  • Research Ethics
  • methodological methods for quality
  • Study of chronic diseases of children
  • Children with special needs

♣ Children’s Primary Health Care Development

♣ Improve the health status of children

♣ Programs to adhere to the treatment plan

 

Courses

 Bachelor’s degree courses based on credit hours

  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Advanced Pediatric Nursing
  • Pediatrics
  • Intercultural skills
  • parasites
  • physics
  • Children’s Surgery

Postgraduate Courses (Old List)

   Master’s :

  • Pediatric Nursing
  • Teaching strategies in pediatric nursing
  • Health education applications in pediatric nursing
  • Discussion sessions in the field of specialization
  • pathology
  • Pediatric medicine and surgery
  • Population studies and childhood vital signs
  • Embryology and genetics
  • Modern concepts in pediatric nursing
  • Child psychology and the psychology of children with special needs
  • physiological

   PhD:

  • Nursing seminars in the field of general specialization
  • Nursing seminars in the field of subspecialty
  • Seminars in basic and medical sciences

Postgraduate Courses (Credit Hours)

Master’s degree, second semester

  • Advanced pediatric nursing
  • Pediatric nursing practical training (1)
  • Pharmacology for pediatric
  • Applied health education in pediatrics
  • Nutrition in pediatrics
  • Research proposal and tutorial hours

Third semester

  • Pediatric surgery
  • Pediatric nursing practical training (2)
  • Pediatric emergency nursing
  • Pediatric medicine
  • Safety aspects in pediatrics

 

Elective courses

 

  • Evidence based in pediatric nursing
  • Complementary therapy in pediatric nursing

 

PhD:

First semester:

 

  • Advanced research in pediatric nursing
  • Advanced biostatistics
  • Writing grant proposal
  • Psychosocial aspects in pediatric nursing
  • New trends in pediatric nursing
  • Chronic diseases in pediatric nursing
  • Pediatric emergency and critical care

 

Elective courses

  • Communication skills and transcultural in pediatric nursing
  • Hospital and palliative care
  • Complementary therapy in pediatric nursing

 

Second Semester:

 

  • Pediatric nursing informatics
  • Evidence based in pediatric nursing
  • Seminars in the field of pediatric nursing
  • Practical pediatric nursing
  • Seminars in the basic science related to the branch of specialty
  • Seminars in the field of theses speciality

 

Courses taught by the department outside the college:

  • Pediatric Nursing at the Technical Institute of Nursing
  • Pediatric Nursing at the Health Technical Institute
  • First Aid (Kindergarten College)

 

Nursing Administration Department

see section

Our vision is to take the lead among the academic nursing administration departments internationally and locally through continuous quality improvement to provide education, practice and research excellence to serve the community.

Section Message

The department educates students before and after graduation to be highly qualified nurses. The student has the information and skills necessary to communicate, deal and learn leadership within the framework of the continuous change of the health care system, through the achievement of the highest level of distinguished professional practices and research to serve the community

Department goals

general objective

To make the third year students able to acquire the information, skills and behavior of the nursing administration and also make them able to apply the principles and concepts of the nursing administration to different nursing situations and to identify the actual role of the nursing supervisor in the nursing units and compare it with her ideal role and to identify the reasons that led to the existence of a gap between them.

Special goals

  1. Explain the steps of the administrative process
  2. Learn about human resource management
  3. Apply the different roles of the nursing supervisor
  4. Application of management skills
  5. Encourage teamwork
  6. Fill out the various records and reports used in the hospital
  7. Apply the principles of problem solving
  8. Criticism of the ideal and actual role of the head of the nursing staff

Courses

Nursing Administration courses

First: Bachelor’s degree

NS course academic year
1 Nursing Administration 1 Third level / College of Nursing
2 Nursing Administration 2 Third level / College of Nursing
3 Leadership Third level / College of Nursing
4 IT Applications Fourth level / College of Nursing

 

 

Second: the master’s stage

NS course academic year
1 Curriculum development Master’s degree
2 Administrative Strategies in Nursing Master’s degree
3 Practical training for management strategies Master’s degree
4 Seminars in the Nursing Administration Master’s degree
5  Leadership Master’s degree
6 health service systems Master’s degree
7 Nursing management theories Master’s degree
8 Teaching strategies in nursing Master’s degree
9  management skills Master’s degree
10 Practical management skills training Master’s degree
11 Modern concepts in nursing administration Master’s degree

 

Third: the PhD stage

 

 

NS course academic year
1 Crisis and disaster management PhD
2 Evidence-Based Nursing Administration PhD
3 Recent trends in nursing administration PhD
4 Quality management my opinion PhD
5 Quality management my work PhD
6 Seminars in Nursing Administration PhD
7 manpower management PhD
8 Seminars in the field of specialization PhD
9 Seminars in the basic sciences that are related to the branch of specialization PhD

 

Department of Health Sciences Physiotherapy: 

Introduction to the department:

The program aims to develop the knowledge, skills, and behaviors of the student to become a physiotherapist. To achieve this, the program provides the student with a solid scientific basis, physical therapy skills and an excellent ability to analyze and understand pathological conditions. Therefore, the program develops the student’s abilities in evaluating patients, providing treatment and developing communication skills with patients.

 Graduates of the Department of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy work in hospitals, rehabilitation centers, clinics, sports clubs and centers for the elderly. During a four-year period of study, the student receives basic medical courses such as anatomy, physiology, diseases, surgery and neuroscience, in addition to theoretical and practical courses in physical therapy and occupational therapy, which The student acquires the skills necessary to evaluate the patient and develop and implement a physical therapy plan.

Study plan of the physical therapy program

Compulsory college requirements: The student must pass all the following courses

course number course name Weekly hours hour

Accredited

Prerequisites
theoretical my work
Band aid 2 2
medical terminology 2 2
Epidemiology and public health 2 2
Medical Ethics 1 1
Physics for medical sciences 2 2
General physics for medical sciences 2 1
Biology for Medical Sciences 2 2
Practical general life sciences for medical sciences 2 1
Chemistry for medical sciences 2 2
Practical general chemistry for medical sciences 2 1
Civil society organizations 3 3
foundations of research methods 3 3
Energy sources and uses 3 3
Introduction to Psychology 3 3
Introduction to Sociology 3 3
Principles of physical therapy 3 3
Introduction to physical therapy 2 2
Introduction to physical therapy 2 2
Physical therapy for bones and joints 4 4
Physiotherapy Skills – 1 8 4
Bone and joint skills in physical therapy 6 4
General medicine and surgery for physiotherapy 4 4
Skills in general medicine and surgery for physiotherapy 6 4
Pediatric Neurology for Physiotherapy 4 4
Physiotherapy skills for diseases of the nervous system and children 6 4
Band aid 3 3
astronomy 3 3
Physics for medical sciences 3 3
Physics for medical sciences 3 3
Islamic culture 3 3
Biology for Medical Sciences 3 3
man and environment 3 3
Chemistry for medical sciences 3 3
History of science 3 3
Calculus – 1 3 3
Mathematics for management 3 3
Probability and Primary Statistics 3 3
Technology in our life 3 3
Introduction to the computer 3 3

 

Free courses Each student must pass (6) credit hours from any courses offered by the university that do not include any of the following courses:

Elective Major Requirements:

The student must pass (   ) credit hours from any of the following courses:

course number course name Weekly hours hour

Accredited

Prerequisites
theoretical my work
Environmental health impact assessment 2 2
Global Environmental Health Issues 2 2
Urbanization and health 2 2
Introduction to Environmental Links (Food, Water and Energy) 2 2
Cultural and social factors in health and the environment 2 2
Introduction to environmental modeling and simulation 1 3 2
Geographical information systems and environmental management 2 2
Introduction to sustainable energy systems 2 2
Climate change adaptation 2 2
Safety Monitoring Methods 2 2

 

 

 

Compulsory specialization requirements:

The student must pass all the following courses:

course number course name Weekly hours hour

Accredited

Prerequisites
theoretical my work
Introduction to environmental science technology 3 3
Introduction to weather and climate 2 2
environmental chemistry 3 3 4
Soil science basics 2 2
Air and noise pollution 3 3
Environmental health water quality 2 3 3
Environmental Instruments Lab 3 1
Occupational Health and Safety 3 3
Sanitation and food safety 3 3
advanced environmental technology 2 3 3
Water and wastewater treatment and management 2 3 3
Insect and rodent control 3 3
Advanced Occupational Health and Safety 3 3
Data Analytics and Environmental Artificial Intelligence 3 3
solid waste management 3 3

 

Assessment of the needs of the complex 3 3
Toxicology and environmental health disasters 3 3
Environmental Project and Proposal Writing 2 2
Field work – solid waste, occupational safety and climate change 2
Environmental Laws and Policies 3 3
Treating soil pollutants 3 3
Civil environment planning and management 3 3
Seminar and graduation project 3 3
Field work – food, soil and agriculture 2
Field work – environmental technology and water 2
basic microbiology 3 3
Basic Microbiology Lab 3 1
Microbiology of food and water 2 3 3

 

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