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This course is designed to introduce the student to management and leadership concepts and principles necessary to promote student's ability to manage care and make appropriate decisions related to clients. These concepts and principles are also necessary to facilitate student's growth as future nurse leader able to affect quality of care and introduce change when necessary. Management process is used as a framework in designing the content of the course
Fourth Year
This article provides students with knowledge of advanced methods of scientific research and the different types in terms of their characteristics And their uses as well as positive and negative aspects, and focus on the importance of using scientific research as a basis for the development of knowledge Nursing, this article provides the opportunity for students to apply the foundations and principles of scientific research through design projects Research in each area of ​​specialization
(MSc level)
This course introduces the student to the history, current issues and problems influencing nursing practice and education and possible approaches in dealing with them. Discussion of recent trends in nursing services and nursing education and their possible application to the nursing profession will be covered
Fourth Year
This course uses history as a prism through which to examine the relationship between nursing and social reform
First Year
This course is designed to help the student to gain good broad perspective of community health nursing. Emphasis will be on the family in the community. Knowledge and skills learned previously are used to guide the concepts of the individuals within the family and the family within the community either in illness or in wellness. Concepts of the nursing process within the family and self care framework are applied. Analysis of roles and interactions of the community health nurse with the individual family and community is to be worked upon (such as nursing roles in school health, occupational health, and roles for clients with special needs. Related topics to the family and community health will be discussed.
Fourth Year
This course provides students training in "clinically" specialty "during the final semester in hospitals accredited by the College
(post-graduate program)
This course discusses the implications of advanced practice and its effects on the development of the nursing profession. In addition, the course focuses on the role of the nurse as a patient advocate and discusses some of the cross cultural and ethical issues that face nurses in providing care for their patients and families and provides guidelines for ethical decision-making.
MSc program 2011/2012
This course prepares the nurse to practice as an advanced practitioner in providing care to critically ill patients and their families.  The course is composed of theoretical part and clinical part, the theoretical component of the course will focus on the psychosocial health and other issues within the critical care environment.  These patterns will guide the discussions concerning the health and nursing care needs of critically ill patients in addition to utilizing the nursing process in providing nursing care for this group of patients.  Students are expected to read the latest literature related to the topics of discussion.  The practicum will focus on providing the students with relevant clinical experience in a variety of critical care settings
(MSc level)
This Course provides both its theoretical and practical information that will help students to prepare nursing leaders are able to work in different Health institutions, and provides a comprehensive study of the Department of Nursing Aunha part "vital" in the health system is multifaceted and behaviors managers In nursing in the exercise of these roles developed
(Post-graduate program)
This course includes management and leadership principles and concepts necessary to promote the student’s ability to manage care and make appropriate decisions related to clients . It also covers concepts and principles necessary to facilitate student’s growth to prepare them as future rehabilitation leaders able to affect quality of care and introduce change when necessary . The use of computers in rehabilitation programs is illustrated
Second Year
This course focuses on evaluation of research designs and Biostatistics. Application of research on clinical practice and methodological considerations in rehabilitation sciences with emphasis on hypothesis statement, data collection, results and conclusions and students involvement in critique of published articles
Fourth Year
This course focuses on topics on advanced leadership in health care and the health sciences to assist students to become leaders / administrators within practice and academic settings as well as the community. The course describes shared governance and its main components and dentifys barriers to successfully implement a shared governance model.
PhD program
This course uses a framework of policy analysis to examine the processes by which national health and nursing policies are determined. The influence of economics on health and nursing care delivery as a factor that influence the acquisition and use of nursing resources and the regulation of professional practice is considered. Specific policy areas relevant to nursing that reflect the contemporary health care environments are selected for discussion.
PhD program 2011/2012