History:

The preparation for the establishment of the Gerontological Nursing Department had started before its official opening on the 6th of November, 1996 by two years. The establishment of a specialized department concerned with the study of all aspects of the older individuals is considered a pioneer achievement which adds to the achievements of the Faculty. Such a department is considered the first department in Egypt and in the Middle East as well.

Mission:

The Gerontological Nursing Department's primary mission is to prepare qualified nursing students with basic and updated knowledge and skills in dealing with older adults in different settings. To help also students to learn the complexity of health issues due to the multiple body system changes and problems along with the bio-psycho-social-spiritual process of ageing. To provide opportunities for continuing education and training to enhance the development of updated knowledge and skills in the issues of gerontological care. To increase also awareness of the community toward healthy ageing. In addition, to follow methods of scientific researches in assessing problems encountered by older adults, apply the results of these researches in teaching students and disseminate them to professional colleagues, older adults, stakeholders, policy makers and community members. To encourage graduate students to publish scientific researches nationally, regionally and internationally.

Vision:

The Gerontological Nursing Department has the potential to provide gerontological nursing students (undergraduate and postgraduate) with a holistic perspective and a strong understanding of the continuum of care in the health care delivery system. As well, connecting the health care professionals in the department with consumers and policy makers on issues associated with ageing. Emphasis is to foster learning, critical thinking and improve the quality of care provided to older adults in different settings. In addition, to raise public awareness about changes associated with ageing in the community.

Objectives:

  • Prepare a graduate qualified to deal with all needs of the older adults in the society.
  • Prepare cadres of the society members able to provide total care for the older adults.
  • Measure partnership between members of the Gerontological Nursing Department and those authorized to provide care for the older adults in the different sectors in the society.
  • Develop the professional abilities of the members of the Gerontological Nursing Department.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Gerontological Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Gerontological Nursing.
  • Diploma in Gerontological Nursing.

 

Faculty Members of Gerontological Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Moshera El-Geneidy

Professor

Prof. Nagwa Abd El-Fattah

Professor

Prof. Somaya Abd El-Moneim

Assistant professor

Dr. Rasha Fouad

Assistant professor

Dr. Hanaa Shafik

Lecturer

Dr. Abeer Abd El-Rahman

Lecturer

Dr. Marwa Mahfouz

Lecturer

Dr. Abeer Abd El-Gelil

Lecturer

Dr. Bothina Hussein

Lecturer

Dr. Reham Magdy

Lecturer

Dr. Manal Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Nancy El-Sakhy

Lecturer

Dr. Hanaa Abo El-Seoud

Lecturer

Dr. Samia El-Husseini

Lecturer

Dr. Maha Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Sara Hafez

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Samir

Assistant lecturer

Dina Metwally

Assistant lecturer

Jousefen Yousef

Assistant lecturer

Eman Mahmoud

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mohsen

Demonstrator

Wafaa Abo Bereka

Demonstrator

Nadia Mosaad

Demonstrator

Asmaa Mahmoud

Demonstrator

Fatma Nasef

Demonstrator

Eman Gamal

History:

The Community Health Nursing Unit was established since the establishment of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955. This unit had continued to provide theoretical and clinical education in community health nursing field until 1994. In this year, the scientific departments were established including Community Health Nursing Department.

Mission:

The department's primary mission is to prepare nursing students in their different educational level (undergraduate and postgraduate) with basic community health nursing principles and techniques upon which they can proceed further. Emphasis is to promote health and wellbeing and upgrade quality of family care.

Vision:

The Community Health Nursing Department possesses the potentials that qualify it to be a center of excellence in community health nursing education and nursing research for the advancement of community health nursing practice nationally and internationally. It is capable to graduate competent professional nurses who are competitive in the era of the globalization and free market.

Objectives:

  • Provide the community with competent graduates who are holistically and comprehensively prepared to meet the community health needs.
  • Meet the advancement of nursing education, practice and research in the field of the community health nursing.
  • Encourage the implementation of population-based health and research projects that address specific community health outcomes, particularly those that reduce community health disparities.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Community Health Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Community Health Nursing.
  • Diploma in Family Health Nursing.
  • Diploma in School Health Nursing.

Skills Lab:

The department has Health Promotion Center which is prepared with the medical and scientific apparatuses and visual aids. Laboratory technicians are responsible for the center under the supervision of the teaching staff.

 

Faculty Members of Community Health Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Ferial Abd El-Aziz

Professor

Prof. Maali Guemei

Professor

Prof. Nazek Abd El-Ghani

Professor

Prof. Zakia Toma

Professor

Prof. Faten Fikry

Professor

Prof. Mahasen Ahmed

Professor

Prof. Hend Metwali

Professor

Prof. Shadia Abo El-Azm

Professor

Prof. Manal Oweida

Assistant professor

Dr. Nadia Mahmoud

Assistant professor

Dr. Amina Ahmed

Assistant professor

Dr. Howida Anas

Assistant professor

Dr. Hanan El-Sherbini

Assistant professor

Dr. Fathia Khamis

Lecturer

Dr. Wafaa El-Desouki

Lecturer

Dr. Ola Mamdouh

Lecturer

Dr. Aliaa Farouk

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Abd El-Hakim

Lecturer

Dr. Eman Abo El-Yazid

Lecturer

Dr. Neama Yousef

Lecturer

Dr. Ahlam Mahmoud

Lecturer

Dr. Nahla Ali Maher

Assistant lecturer

Amany Alaa

Assistant lecturer

Sahar Abdo

Assistant lecturer

Eman Hussein

Assistant lecturer

Marwa Ahmed

Assistant lecturer

Asmaa Mohamed Saad

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Said

Assistant lecturer

Elsayeda Mansour

Assistant lecturer

Ahmed Khamis

Demonstrator

Ola Moustafa

Demonstrator

Sara Mohamed

Demonstrator

Doaa Ali

Demonstrator

Asmaa Gamal

Demonstrator

Nadia Abd El-Hakim

History:

The Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department was established as a part of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955.

Mission:

The Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department's primary mission is to provide a continuum of comprehensive educational program in the area of specialty which prepares student nurses (nurses to be) and provides opportunities for continuing education and training that enhances the development of scientific and practical skills, which reflect on the women health during the maternity cycle.

Vision:

The department aspires for a pioneering status worldwide as a center of excellence in obstetric and gynecologic nursing education and academic research for the advancement of nursing practice nationally, regionally and internationally.

Objectives:

  • Update the strategic plan to be consistent with global changes and strengthen the overall progress toward the international accreditation.
  • Develop the capacity of staff members and encourage them to collaborate with regional and international agencies to advance the educational process and scientific research.
  • Develop students' learning ability through activating modern strategies in teaching and learning and encourage them to continuing education in order to produce high caliber in obstetric and gynecologic nursing.
  • Establish special programs such as open education in accordance with the needs of the society and labor market requirements.
  • Update the postgraduate programs to be in accordance with the international standards and that is through continued support to develop the system of integrated scientific research.
  • Commercialize scientific research to improve the quality of nursing care based on evidence and take action to apply in practical field and education.
  • Formulate an effective partnership with various health care agencies through the provision of consultations at both local and regional levels by distinct faculty staff members.
  • Develop human and material resources through the activation of the role of special units and converting them into centers of excellence.
  • Activate self-evaluation and continuous improvement to achieve excellence in all elements of the higher education and scientific research.
  • Maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of community service on the Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department at the local and regional levels.  

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to award the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing.
  • Diploma in Midwifery.

Faculty Members of Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Seham Ragheb

Professor

Prof. Amany Gamal El-Din

Professor

Prof. Magda Yousef Morad

Professor

Prof. Dalal Abd El-Rahman

Professor

Prof. Soheir Sobhy

Professor

Prof. Shadia Yasin

Professor

Prof. Wafaa Rashad

Professor

Prof. Sahar Anwar

Assistant professor

Dr. Fatma Nasr El-Din

Assistant professor

Dr. Jilan El-Batawy

Assistant professor

Dr. Wafaa Ahmed

Assistant professor

Dr. Nefertiti Hassan

Assistant professor

Dr. Maha El-Habashy

Assistant professor

Dr. Nevein Rezk

Assistant professor

Dr. Samar Kamal

Lecturer

Dr. Soma Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar Mansour

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar Yakout

Lecturer

Dr. Hanan Kandil

Lecturer

Dr. Isis Email

Lecturer

Dr. Afaf Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Hend Abd El-Megeid

Lecturer

Dr. Reda Hablas

Lecturer

Dr. Noha Mohamed

Lecturer

Dr. Asmaa Saber

Assistant lecturer

Abeer Hassan

Assistant lecturer

Naglaa Fathy

Assistant lecturer

Naglaa Zaki

Assistant lecturer

Amal Ahmed Said

Assistant lecturer

Neama Saad

Demonstrator

Asmaa Anwar

Demonstrator

Heba Said

Demonstrator

Nehal Shalaby

Demonstrator

Hala Nouh

Demonstrator

Marwa Salah

Demonstrator

Amira Ragab

Demonstrator

Zeinab Abd El-Wahab

Demonstrator

Sara Mamdouh

Demonstrator

Shaimaa Saad Ibrahim

Demonstrator

Nadia Mahmoud

History:

The Medical Surgical Nursing Department was established as a part of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955. The department is responsible for teaching and training undergraduate and postgraduate students in the field of medical surgical nursing.

Mission:

The primary mission of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department is to prepare nursing students in their different educational levels; undergraduate and postgraduate, with basic medical surgical nursing principles and techniques upon which they can further proceed. The emphasis is to foster learning and ameliorate quality patient care in different specialties.

Vision:

The core values of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department are proficiency, critical nursing, holism and quality patient care. Continuing advanced postgraduate research and technology are required to keep pace with the rapidly evolving and continually changing societal needs regarding the medical surgical nursing fields.

Objectives:

  • Prepare competent, professional nurses in the general and specialties of medical surgical clinical settings.
  • Provide postgraduate nursing studies to upgrade the cognitive and psychomotor skills of professional nurses to be in line with the current days changing health care.
  • Find proper innovative methods to solve patient problems through scientific critical thinking and holistic approaches.
  • Prepare students to be self-motivated.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to award the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Medical Surgical Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Medical Surgical Nursing.
  • Diploma in Burn Nursing.
  • Diploma in Nephrology Nursing.
  • Diploma in Peri-operative Nursing.
  • Diploma in Oncology Nursing.

Skills Labs:

The department has specialized skills labs which are prepared with the most recent models, simulators, scientific apparatuses and visual aids. These labs include:

  • Three Fundamentals Medical Surgical Nursing Labs (A, B and C).
  • One Medical Surgical Nursing Lab and OSCE lab.

 

Faculty Members of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Awatif Hasanin

Professor

Prof. Fatma Abdou Hosni

Professor

Prof. Sanaa Alaa El-Din

Professor

Prof. Soheir Weheda

Professor

Prof. Shadia Abou Donia

Professor

Prof. Nahed El Sebaie

Professor

Prof. Layla Abdou

Professor

Prof. Hania El-Banna

Professor

Prof. Alice Rezian

Professor

Prof. Soheir Eweda

Professor

Prof. Kawthar Tolba

Professor

Prof. Yousreya Salem

Professor

Prof. Nabila Bedeir

Professor

Prof. Maha Adel

Professor

Prof. Aida El-Gamil

Assistant professor

Dr. Anisa El-Khouly

Assistant professor

Dr. Mervat Abd El-Fattah

Assistant professor

Dr. Mervat Adham

Assistant professor

Dr. Amal Samir

Assistant professor

Dr. Abeer El-Shatby

Assistant professor

Dr. Salwa El-Badry

Assistant professor

Dr. Amna Yehia

Assistant professor

Dr. Wafaa Nour

Assistant professor

Dr. Fayza Tawfik

Lecturer

Dr. Samia Hafez

Lecturer

Dr. Eman El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Soheir Abo El-Fadl

Lecturer

Dr. Nesrein Ezzat

Lecturer

Dr. Sawsan Moustafa

Lecturer

Dr. Amany Yousef

Lecturer

Dr. Hend Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Gehan Desouky

Lecturer

Dr. Gehan Yehia

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Hamdy

Lecturer

Dr. Eman Abd El-Aziz

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Yakout

Lecturer

Dr. Samah Sofar

Lecturer

Dr. Fatma Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Fath Allah

Lecturer

Dr. Nesrein Abo Zeid

Lecturer

Dr. Heba Abd El-Mawla

Lecturer

Dr. Marwa Khalil

Lecturer

Dr. Yasmin Fathy

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Abd Allah

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Fathy

Lecturer

Dr. Heba El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Hoda Abdo

Lecturer

Dr. Wafaa Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Heba Mohamed Ibrahim

Lecturer

Dr. Narges Seyam

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mahmoud

Assistant lecturer

Eshrak Salama

Assistant lecturer

Samah Ramadan

Assistant lecturer

Abeer Arafa

Assistant lecturer

Mervat Abd El-Hamid

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Abd El-Latif

Assistant lecturer

Shahira Shehata

Assistant lecturer

Heba Gebreil

Assistant lecturer

Mona Abd El-Maasoud

Assistant lecturer

Hemda El-Desouky

Assistant lecturer

Emad Abd El-Gawad

Assistant lecturer

Mona Ali

Demonstrator

Asmaa Moustafa

Demonstrator

Mona Said

Demonstrator

Maha Gamal

Demonstrator

Omima Abd El-Shafy

Demonstrator

Rania Ibrahim

Demonstrator

Marwa Ashour

Demonstrator

Eman Abdeen

Demonstrator

Samira Saad

Demonstrator

Mohamed Adel

Demonstrator

Asmaa Abd El-Moez

Demonstrator

Zeinab Mohamed

Demonstrator

Manal Said

Demonstrator

Yasmin Mohamed

Demonstrator

Athar Gamal El-Nagar

Demonstrator

Neama Azzam Hamed

History:

Based on statistical analysis, it was reported that more than 95% of the faculty graduates work in the Critical Care and Emergency Nursing field. According to this community needs it was necessary to establish this department (1995) to prepare graduate nurses to work in different critical care settings and postgraduate students in the field Critical Care and Emergency Nursing. Teaching focuses on preparing students to be qualified in clinical skills based on theoretical knowledge and preparing them to work either as educators, nursing practitioners or being leaders in different health associations. There are highly qualified professors, teachers and clinical instructors carrying out the teaching responsibilities.

Mission:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department aims to ensure highly quality of care provided for patients and their families with respect to patient precious life in companionate and highly technologic caring environment utilizing evidence based approaches. The department works collaboratively within and outside the institution; nationally and internationally to enhance safety and ensure high quality nursing practices. The department also trains future leaders who work at variety of settings.

Vision:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department strives for promoting excellence in critical care and emergency nursing education, academic research and practice. The department aims to lead critical care and emergency nursing specialty regionally and nationally, and strengthen the organizational capacity. The department shares in advancing nursing profession by equipping nursing students with professional abilities to meet the labor market demands regionally nationally, and internationally, and enables them to be capable of effective competition.

Objectives:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department exists to:

  • Promote the specialty of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing through:
  • Encouraging interaction and mentorship among critical care nurses.
  • Identifying and disseminating information on key trends affecting and pertinent to critical care.
  • Serving as supporter/an advocate for the public care.
  • Promote the interests of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department's members and improve the professional environment of the critical care nurses through education and public awareness.
  • Promote ethical principles as defined in the Code of Ethics.
  • Actively collaborate with other heath related organizations to improve critical care.
  • Be the primary resource for the critical care nursing leadership, education and research.
  • Develop, disseminate and evaluate critical care education and research.
  • Define standards that serve as a basis for critical care practice.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Critical Care and Emergency Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Critical Care and Emergency Nursing.
  • Diploma in Emergency and Trauma Care Nursing.
  • Diploma in Critical Cardiac Care Nursing.
  • Diploma in General Intensive Care Nursing.

Skills Labs:

The department has three nursing skills laboratories which are well equipped for clinical training in critical care nursing specialty, namely:

  • The Critical Care Center.
  • The Critical Care Nursing Skills Lab.
  • The Emergency Life Support Lab.

Faculty Members of the Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Nadia Taha

Professor

Prof. Fatma El-Sharkawy

Professor

Prof. Azza El Sousy

Professor

Prof. Nagwa Reda

Professor

Prof. Amal Kadry

Assistant professor

Dr. Eman Zahran

Assistant professor

Dr. Hayam Asfour

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar El-Shenawy

Lecturer

Dr. Omnia Hemeda

Lecturer

Dr. Noha El-Baz

Lecturer

Dr. Samah Anwar

Lecturer

Dr. Soaad El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Masouda Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Mona Saad

Lecturer

Dr. Farida Khalil

Lecturer

Dr. Nermin El-Kokany

Lecturer

Dr. Azza Baraka

Lecturer

Dr. Fatma Refaat

Assistant lecturer

Heba Ali

Assistant lecturer

Mohamed Ezz El-Regal

Assistant lecturer

Eman Arafa Hassan

Assistant lecturer

Sameh El-Tayebany

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mohamed Moustafa

Demonstrator

Ahmed Zarea

Demonstrator

Haitham Mokhtar

Demonstrator

Heba Hashem

Demonstrator

Elham Saad

Demonstrator

Rawia Gamil

Demonstrator

Dalia Fathy

Demonstrator

Ayat Reda El-Metwally

Demonstrator

Aya Mohamed El-Shenawy

History:

The preparation for the establishment of the Gerontological Nursing Department had started before its official opening on the 6th of November, 1996 by two years. The establishment of a specialized department concerned with the study of all aspects of the older individuals is considered a pioneer achievement which adds to the achievements of the Faculty. Such a department is considered the first department in Egypt and in the Middle East as well.

Mission:

The Gerontological Nursing Department's primary mission is to prepare qualified nursing students with basic and updated knowledge and skills in dealing with older adults in different settings. To help also students to learn the complexity of health issues due to the multiple body system changes and problems along with the bio-psycho-social-spiritual process of ageing. To provide opportunities for continuing education and training to enhance the development of updated knowledge and skills in the issues of gerontological care. To increase also awareness of the community toward healthy ageing. In addition, to follow methods of scientific researches in assessing problems encountered by older adults, apply the results of these researches in teaching students and disseminate them to professional colleagues, older adults, stakeholders, policy makers and community members. To encourage graduate students to publish scientific researches nationally, regionally and internationally.

Vision:

The Gerontological Nursing Department has the potential to provide gerontological nursing students (undergraduate and postgraduate) with a holistic perspective and a strong understanding of the continuum of care in the health care delivery system. As well, connecting the health care professionals in the department with consumers and policy makers on issues associated with ageing. Emphasis is to foster learning, critical thinking and improve the quality of care provided to older adults in different settings. In addition, to raise public awareness about changes associated with ageing in the community.

Objectives:

  • Prepare a graduate qualified to deal with all needs of the older adults in the society.
  • Prepare cadres of the society members able to provide total care for the older adults.
  • Measure partnership between members of the Gerontological Nursing Department and those authorized to provide care for the older adults in the different sectors in the society.
  • Develop the professional abilities of the members of the Gerontological Nursing Department.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Gerontological Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Gerontological Nursing.
  • Diploma in Gerontological Nursing.

 

Faculty Members of Gerontological Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Moshera El-Geneidy

Professor

Prof. Nagwa Abd El-Fattah

Professor

Prof. Somaya Abd El-Moneim

Assistant professor

Dr. Rasha Fouad

Assistant professor

Dr. Hanaa Shafik

Lecturer

Dr. Abeer Abd El-Rahman

Lecturer

Dr. Marwa Mahfouz

Lecturer

Dr. Abeer Abd El-Gelil

Lecturer

Dr. Bothina Hussein

Lecturer

Dr. Reham Magdy

Lecturer

Dr. Manal Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Nancy El-Sakhy

Lecturer

Dr. Hanaa Abo El-Seoud

Lecturer

Dr. Samia El-Husseini

Lecturer

Dr. Maha Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Sara Hafez

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Samir

Assistant lecturer

Dina Metwally

Assistant lecturer

Jousefen Yousef

Assistant lecturer

Eman Mahmoud

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mohsen

Demonstrator

Wafaa Abo Bereka

Demonstrator

Nadia Mosaad

Demonstrator

Asmaa Mahmoud

Demonstrator

Fatma Nasef

Demonstrator

Eman Gamal

History:

The Community Health Nursing Unit was established since the establishment of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955. This unit had continued to provide theoretical and clinical education in community health nursing field until 1994. In this year, the scientific departments were established including Community Health Nursing Department.

Mission:

The department's primary mission is to prepare nursing students in their different educational level (undergraduate and postgraduate) with basic community health nursing principles and techniques upon which they can proceed further. Emphasis is to promote health and wellbeing and upgrade quality of family care.

Vision:

The Community Health Nursing Department possesses the potentials that qualify it to be a center of excellence in community health nursing education and nursing research for the advancement of community health nursing practice nationally and internationally. It is capable to graduate competent professional nurses who are competitive in the era of the globalization and free market.

Objectives:

  • Provide the community with competent graduates who are holistically and comprehensively prepared to meet the community health needs.
  • Meet the advancement of nursing education, practice and research in the field of the community health nursing.
  • Encourage the implementation of population-based health and research projects that address specific community health outcomes, particularly those that reduce community health disparities.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Community Health Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Community Health Nursing.
  • Diploma in Family Health Nursing.
  • Diploma in School Health Nursing.

Skills Lab:

The department has Health Promotion Center which is prepared with the medical and scientific apparatuses and visual aids. Laboratory technicians are responsible for the center under the supervision of the teaching staff.

 

Faculty Members of Community Health Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Ferial Abd El-Aziz

Professor

Prof. Maali Guemei

Professor

Prof. Nazek Abd El-Ghani

Professor

Prof. Zakia Toma

Professor

Prof. Faten Fikry

Professor

Prof. Mahasen Ahmed

Professor

Prof. Hend Metwali

Professor

Prof. Shadia Abo El-Azm

Professor

Prof. Manal Oweida

Assistant professor

Dr. Nadia Mahmoud

Assistant professor

Dr. Amina Ahmed

Assistant professor

Dr. Howida Anas

Assistant professor

Dr. Hanan El-Sherbini

Assistant professor

Dr. Fathia Khamis

Lecturer

Dr. Wafaa El-Desouki

Lecturer

Dr. Ola Mamdouh

Lecturer

Dr. Aliaa Farouk

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Abd El-Hakim

Lecturer

Dr. Eman Abo El-Yazid

Lecturer

Dr. Neama Yousef

Lecturer

Dr. Ahlam Mahmoud

Lecturer

Dr. Nahla Ali Maher

Assistant lecturer

Amany Alaa

Assistant lecturer

Sahar Abdo

Assistant lecturer

Eman Hussein

Assistant lecturer

Marwa Ahmed

Assistant lecturer

Asmaa Mohamed Saad

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Said

Assistant lecturer

Elsayeda Mansour

Assistant lecturer

Ahmed Khamis

Demonstrator

Ola Moustafa

Demonstrator

Sara Mohamed

Demonstrator

Doaa Ali

Demonstrator

Asmaa Gamal

Demonstrator

Nadia Abd El-Hakim

History:

The Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department was established as a part of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955.

Mission:

The Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department's primary mission is to provide a continuum of comprehensive educational program in the area of specialty which prepares student nurses (nurses to be) and provides opportunities for continuing education and training that enhances the development of scientific and practical skills, which reflect on the women health during the maternity cycle.

Vision:

The department aspires for a pioneering status worldwide as a center of excellence in obstetric and gynecologic nursing education and academic research for the advancement of nursing practice nationally, regionally and internationally.

Objectives:

  • Update the strategic plan to be consistent with global changes and strengthen the overall progress toward the international accreditation.
  • Develop the capacity of staff members and encourage them to collaborate with regional and international agencies to advance the educational process and scientific research.
  • Develop students' learning ability through activating modern strategies in teaching and learning and encourage them to continuing education in order to produce high caliber in obstetric and gynecologic nursing.
  • Establish special programs such as open education in accordance with the needs of the society and labor market requirements.
  • Update the postgraduate programs to be in accordance with the international standards and that is through continued support to develop the system of integrated scientific research.
  • Commercialize scientific research to improve the quality of nursing care based on evidence and take action to apply in practical field and education.
  • Formulate an effective partnership with various health care agencies through the provision of consultations at both local and regional levels by distinct faculty staff members.
  • Develop human and material resources through the activation of the role of special units and converting them into centers of excellence.
  • Activate self-evaluation and continuous improvement to achieve excellence in all elements of the higher education and scientific research.
  • Maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of community service on the Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department at the local and regional levels.  

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to award the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing.
  • Diploma in Midwifery.

Faculty Members of Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Seham Ragheb

Professor

Prof. Amany Gamal El-Din

Professor

Prof. Magda Yousef Morad

Professor

Prof. Dalal Abd El-Rahman

Professor

Prof. Soheir Sobhy

Professor

Prof. Shadia Yasin

Professor

Prof. Wafaa Rashad

Professor

Prof. Sahar Anwar

Assistant professor

Dr. Fatma Nasr El-Din

Assistant professor

Dr. Jilan El-Batawy

Assistant professor

Dr. Wafaa Ahmed

Assistant professor

Dr. Nefertiti Hassan

Assistant professor

Dr. Maha El-Habashy

Assistant professor

Dr. Nevein Rezk

Assistant professor

Dr. Samar Kamal

Lecturer

Dr. Soma Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar Mansour

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar Yakout

Lecturer

Dr. Hanan Kandil

Lecturer

Dr. Isis Email

Lecturer

Dr. Afaf Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Hend Abd El-Megeid

Lecturer

Dr. Reda Hablas

Lecturer

Dr. Noha Mohamed

Lecturer

Dr. Asmaa Saber

Assistant lecturer

Abeer Hassan

Assistant lecturer

Naglaa Fathy

Assistant lecturer

Naglaa Zaki

Assistant lecturer

Amal Ahmed Said

Assistant lecturer

Neama Saad

Demonstrator

Asmaa Anwar

Demonstrator

Heba Said

Demonstrator

Nehal Shalaby

Demonstrator

Hala Nouh

Demonstrator

Marwa Salah

Demonstrator

Amira Ragab

Demonstrator

Zeinab Abd El-Wahab

Demonstrator

Sara Mamdouh

Demonstrator

Shaimaa Saad Ibrahim

Demonstrator

Nadia Mahmoud

History:

The Medical Surgical Nursing Department was established as a part of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955. The department is responsible for teaching and training undergraduate and postgraduate students in the field of medical surgical nursing.

Mission:

The primary mission of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department is to prepare nursing students in their different educational levels; undergraduate and postgraduate, with basic medical surgical nursing principles and techniques upon which they can further proceed. The emphasis is to foster learning and ameliorate quality patient care in different specialties.

Vision:

The core values of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department are proficiency, critical nursing, holism and quality patient care. Continuing advanced postgraduate research and technology are required to keep pace with the rapidly evolving and continually changing societal needs regarding the medical surgical nursing fields.

Objectives:

  • Prepare competent, professional nurses in the general and specialties of medical surgical clinical settings.
  • Provide postgraduate nursing studies to upgrade the cognitive and psychomotor skills of professional nurses to be in line with the current days changing health care.
  • Find proper innovative methods to solve patient problems through scientific critical thinking and holistic approaches.
  • Prepare students to be self-motivated.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to award the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Medical Surgical Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Medical Surgical Nursing.
  • Diploma in Burn Nursing.
  • Diploma in Nephrology Nursing.
  • Diploma in Peri-operative Nursing.
  • Diploma in Oncology Nursing.

Skills Labs:

The department has specialized skills labs which are prepared with the most recent models, simulators, scientific apparatuses and visual aids. These labs include:

  • Three Fundamentals Medical Surgical Nursing Labs (A, B and C).
  • One Medical Surgical Nursing Lab and OSCE lab.

 

Faculty Members of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Awatif Hasanin

Professor

Prof. Fatma Abdou Hosni

Professor

Prof. Sanaa Alaa El-Din

Professor

Prof. Soheir Weheda

Professor

Prof. Shadia Abou Donia

Professor

Prof. Nahed El Sebaie

Professor

Prof. Layla Abdou

Professor

Prof. Hania El-Banna

Professor

Prof. Alice Rezian

Professor

Prof. Soheir Eweda

Professor

Prof. Kawthar Tolba

Professor

Prof. Yousreya Salem

Professor

Prof. Nabila Bedeir

Professor

Prof. Maha Adel

Professor

Prof. Aida El-Gamil

Assistant professor

Dr. Anisa El-Khouly

Assistant professor

Dr. Mervat Abd El-Fattah

Assistant professor

Dr. Mervat Adham

Assistant professor

Dr. Amal Samir

Assistant professor

Dr. Abeer El-Shatby

Assistant professor

Dr. Salwa El-Badry

Assistant professor

Dr. Amna Yehia

Assistant professor

Dr. Wafaa Nour

Assistant professor

Dr. Fayza Tawfik

Lecturer

Dr. Samia Hafez

Lecturer

Dr. Eman El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Soheir Abo El-Fadl

Lecturer

Dr. Nesrein Ezzat

Lecturer

Dr. Sawsan Moustafa

Lecturer

Dr. Amany Yousef

Lecturer

Dr. Hend Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Gehan Desouky

Lecturer

Dr. Gehan Yehia

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Hamdy

Lecturer

Dr. Eman Abd El-Aziz

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Yakout

Lecturer

Dr. Samah Sofar

Lecturer

Dr. Fatma Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Fath Allah

Lecturer

Dr. Nesrein Abo Zeid

Lecturer

Dr. Heba Abd El-Mawla

Lecturer

Dr. Marwa Khalil

Lecturer

Dr. Yasmin Fathy

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Abd Allah

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Fathy

Lecturer

Dr. Heba El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Hoda Abdo

Lecturer

Dr. Wafaa Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Heba Mohamed Ibrahim

Lecturer

Dr. Narges Seyam

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mahmoud

Assistant lecturer

Eshrak Salama

Assistant lecturer

Samah Ramadan

Assistant lecturer

Abeer Arafa

Assistant lecturer

Mervat Abd El-Hamid

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Abd El-Latif

Assistant lecturer

Shahira Shehata

Assistant lecturer

Heba Gebreil

Assistant lecturer

Mona Abd El-Maasoud

Assistant lecturer

Hemda El-Desouky

Assistant lecturer

Emad Abd El-Gawad

Assistant lecturer

Mona Ali

Demonstrator

Asmaa Moustafa

Demonstrator

Mona Said

Demonstrator

Maha Gamal

Demonstrator

Omima Abd El-Shafy

Demonstrator

Rania Ibrahim

Demonstrator

Marwa Ashour

Demonstrator

Eman Abdeen

Demonstrator

Samira Saad

Demonstrator

Mohamed Adel

Demonstrator

Asmaa Abd El-Moez

Demonstrator

Zeinab Mohamed

Demonstrator

Manal Said

Demonstrator

Yasmin Mohamed

Demonstrator

Athar Gamal El-Nagar

Demonstrator

Neama Azzam Hamed

History:

Based on statistical analysis, it was reported that more than 95% of the faculty graduates work in the Critical Care and Emergency Nursing field. According to this community needs it was necessary to establish this department (1995) to prepare graduate nurses to work in different critical care settings and postgraduate students in the field Critical Care and Emergency Nursing. Teaching focuses on preparing students to be qualified in clinical skills based on theoretical knowledge and preparing them to work either as educators, nursing practitioners or being leaders in different health associations. There are highly qualified professors, teachers and clinical instructors carrying out the teaching responsibilities.

Mission:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department aims to ensure highly quality of care provided for patients and their families with respect to patient precious life in companionate and highly technologic caring environment utilizing evidence based approaches. The department works collaboratively within and outside the institution; nationally and internationally to enhance safety and ensure high quality nursing practices. The department also trains future leaders who work at variety of settings.

Vision:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department strives for promoting excellence in critical care and emergency nursing education, academic research and practice. The department aims to lead critical care and emergency nursing specialty regionally and nationally, and strengthen the organizational capacity. The department shares in advancing nursing profession by equipping nursing students with professional abilities to meet the labor market demands regionally nationally, and internationally, and enables them to be capable of effective competition.

Objectives:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department exists to:

  • Promote the specialty of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing through:
  • Encouraging interaction and mentorship among critical care nurses.
  • Identifying and disseminating information on key trends affecting and pertinent to critical care.
  • Serving as supporter/an advocate for the public care.
  • Promote the interests of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department's members and improve the professional environment of the critical care nurses through education and public awareness.
  • Promote ethical principles as defined in the Code of Ethics.
  • Actively collaborate with other heath related organizations to improve critical care.
  • Be the primary resource for the critical care nursing leadership, education and research.
  • Develop, disseminate and evaluate critical care education and research.
  • Define standards that serve as a basis for critical care practice.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Critical Care and Emergency Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Critical Care and Emergency Nursing.
  • Diploma in Emergency and Trauma Care Nursing.
  • Diploma in Critical Cardiac Care Nursing.
  • Diploma in General Intensive Care Nursing.

Skills Labs:

The department has three nursing skills laboratories which are well equipped for clinical training in critical care nursing specialty, namely:

  • The Critical Care Center.
  • The Critical Care Nursing Skills Lab.
  • The Emergency Life Support Lab.

Faculty Members of the Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Nadia Taha

Professor

Prof. Fatma El-Sharkawy

Professor

Prof. Azza El Sousy

Professor

Prof. Nagwa Reda

Professor

Prof. Amal Kadry

Assistant professor

Dr. Eman Zahran

Assistant professor

Dr. Hayam Asfour

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar El-Shenawy

Lecturer

Dr. Omnia Hemeda

Lecturer

Dr. Noha El-Baz

Lecturer

Dr. Samah Anwar

Lecturer

Dr. Soaad El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Masouda Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Mona Saad

Lecturer

Dr. Farida Khalil

Lecturer

Dr. Nermin El-Kokany

Lecturer

Dr. Azza Baraka

Lecturer

Dr. Fatma Refaat

Assistant lecturer

Heba Ali

Assistant lecturer

Mohamed Ezz El-Regal

Assistant lecturer

Eman Arafa Hassan

Assistant lecturer

Sameh El-Tayebany

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mohamed Moustafa

Demonstrator

Ahmed Zarea

Demonstrator

Haitham Mokhtar

Demonstrator

Heba Hashem

Demonstrator

Elham Saad

Demonstrator

Rawia Gamil

Demonstrator

Dalia Fathy

Demonstrator

Ayat Reda El-Metwally

Demonstrator

Aya Mohamed El-Shenawy

History:

The preparation for the establishment of the Gerontological Nursing Department had started before its official opening on the 6th of November, 1996 by two years. The establishment of a specialized department concerned with the study of all aspects of the older individuals is considered a pioneer achievement which adds to the achievements of the Faculty. Such a department is considered the first department in Egypt and in the Middle East as well.

Mission:

The Gerontological Nursing Department's primary mission is to prepare qualified nursing students with basic and updated knowledge and skills in dealing with older adults in different settings. To help also students to learn the complexity of health issues due to the multiple body system changes and problems along with the bio-psycho-social-spiritual process of ageing. To provide opportunities for continuing education and training to enhance the development of updated knowledge and skills in the issues of gerontological care. To increase also awareness of the community toward healthy ageing. In addition, to follow methods of scientific researches in assessing problems encountered by older adults, apply the results of these researches in teaching students and disseminate them to professional colleagues, older adults, stakeholders, policy makers and community members. To encourage graduate students to publish scientific researches nationally, regionally and internationally.

Vision:

The Gerontological Nursing Department has the potential to provide gerontological nursing students (undergraduate and postgraduate) with a holistic perspective and a strong understanding of the continuum of care in the health care delivery system. As well, connecting the health care professionals in the department with consumers and policy makers on issues associated with ageing. Emphasis is to foster learning, critical thinking and improve the quality of care provided to older adults in different settings. In addition, to raise public awareness about changes associated with ageing in the community.

Objectives:

  • Prepare a graduate qualified to deal with all needs of the older adults in the society.
  • Prepare cadres of the society members able to provide total care for the older adults.
  • Measure partnership between members of the Gerontological Nursing Department and those authorized to provide care for the older adults in the different sectors in the society.
  • Develop the professional abilities of the members of the Gerontological Nursing Department.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Gerontological Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Gerontological Nursing.
  • Diploma in Gerontological Nursing.

 

Faculty Members of Gerontological Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Moshera El-Geneidy

Professor

Prof. Nagwa Abd El-Fattah

Professor

Prof. Somaya Abd El-Moneim

Assistant professor

Dr. Rasha Fouad

Assistant professor

Dr. Hanaa Shafik

Lecturer

Dr. Abeer Abd El-Rahman

Lecturer

Dr. Marwa Mahfouz

Lecturer

Dr. Abeer Abd El-Gelil

Lecturer

Dr. Bothina Hussein

Lecturer

Dr. Reham Magdy

Lecturer

Dr. Manal Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Nancy El-Sakhy

Lecturer

Dr. Hanaa Abo El-Seoud

Lecturer

Dr. Samia El-Husseini

Lecturer

Dr. Maha Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Sara Hafez

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Samir

Assistant lecturer

Dina Metwally

Assistant lecturer

Jousefen Yousef

Assistant lecturer

Eman Mahmoud

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mohsen

Demonstrator

Wafaa Abo Bereka

Demonstrator

Nadia Mosaad

Demonstrator

Asmaa Mahmoud

Demonstrator

Fatma Nasef

Demonstrator

Eman Gamal

History:

The Community Health Nursing Unit was established since the establishment of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955. This unit had continued to provide theoretical and clinical education in community health nursing field until 1994. In this year, the scientific departments were established including Community Health Nursing Department.

Mission:

The department's primary mission is to prepare nursing students in their different educational level (undergraduate and postgraduate) with basic community health nursing principles and techniques upon which they can proceed further. Emphasis is to promote health and wellbeing and upgrade quality of family care.

Vision:

The Community Health Nursing Department possesses the potentials that qualify it to be a center of excellence in community health nursing education and nursing research for the advancement of community health nursing practice nationally and internationally. It is capable to graduate competent professional nurses who are competitive in the era of the globalization and free market.

Objectives:

  • Provide the community with competent graduates who are holistically and comprehensively prepared to meet the community health needs.
  • Meet the advancement of nursing education, practice and research in the field of the community health nursing.
  • Encourage the implementation of population-based health and research projects that address specific community health outcomes, particularly those that reduce community health disparities.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Community Health Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Community Health Nursing.
  • Diploma in Family Health Nursing.
  • Diploma in School Health Nursing.

Skills Lab:

The department has Health Promotion Center which is prepared with the medical and scientific apparatuses and visual aids. Laboratory technicians are responsible for the center under the supervision of the teaching staff.

 

Faculty Members of Community Health Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Ferial Abd El-Aziz

Professor

Prof. Maali Guemei

Professor

Prof. Nazek Abd El-Ghani

Professor

Prof. Zakia Toma

Professor

Prof. Faten Fikry

Professor

Prof. Mahasen Ahmed

Professor

Prof. Hend Metwali

Professor

Prof. Shadia Abo El-Azm

Professor

Prof. Manal Oweida

Assistant professor

Dr. Nadia Mahmoud

Assistant professor

Dr. Amina Ahmed

Assistant professor

Dr. Howida Anas

Assistant professor

Dr. Hanan El-Sherbini

Assistant professor

Dr. Fathia Khamis

Lecturer

Dr. Wafaa El-Desouki

Lecturer

Dr. Ola Mamdouh

Lecturer

Dr. Aliaa Farouk

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Abd El-Hakim

Lecturer

Dr. Eman Abo El-Yazid

Lecturer

Dr. Neama Yousef

Lecturer

Dr. Ahlam Mahmoud

Lecturer

Dr. Nahla Ali Maher

Assistant lecturer

Amany Alaa

Assistant lecturer

Sahar Abdo

Assistant lecturer

Eman Hussein

Assistant lecturer

Marwa Ahmed

Assistant lecturer

Asmaa Mohamed Saad

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Said

Assistant lecturer

Elsayeda Mansour

Assistant lecturer

Ahmed Khamis

Demonstrator

Ola Moustafa

Demonstrator

Sara Mohamed

Demonstrator

Doaa Ali

Demonstrator

Asmaa Gamal

Demonstrator

Nadia Abd El-Hakim

History:

The Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department was established as a part of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955.

Mission:

The Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department's primary mission is to provide a continuum of comprehensive educational program in the area of specialty which prepares student nurses (nurses to be) and provides opportunities for continuing education and training that enhances the development of scientific and practical skills, which reflect on the women health during the maternity cycle.

Vision:

The department aspires for a pioneering status worldwide as a center of excellence in obstetric and gynecologic nursing education and academic research for the advancement of nursing practice nationally, regionally and internationally.

Objectives:

  • Update the strategic plan to be consistent with global changes and strengthen the overall progress toward the international accreditation.
  • Develop the capacity of staff members and encourage them to collaborate with regional and international agencies to advance the educational process and scientific research.
  • Develop students' learning ability through activating modern strategies in teaching and learning and encourage them to continuing education in order to produce high caliber in obstetric and gynecologic nursing.
  • Establish special programs such as open education in accordance with the needs of the society and labor market requirements.
  • Update the postgraduate programs to be in accordance with the international standards and that is through continued support to develop the system of integrated scientific research.
  • Commercialize scientific research to improve the quality of nursing care based on evidence and take action to apply in practical field and education.
  • Formulate an effective partnership with various health care agencies through the provision of consultations at both local and regional levels by distinct faculty staff members.
  • Develop human and material resources through the activation of the role of special units and converting them into centers of excellence.
  • Activate self-evaluation and continuous improvement to achieve excellence in all elements of the higher education and scientific research.
  • Maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of community service on the Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department at the local and regional levels.  

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to award the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing.
  • Diploma in Midwifery.

Faculty Members of Obstetric and Gynecologic Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Seham Ragheb

Professor

Prof. Amany Gamal El-Din

Professor

Prof. Magda Yousef Morad

Professor

Prof. Dalal Abd El-Rahman

Professor

Prof. Soheir Sobhy

Professor

Prof. Shadia Yasin

Professor

Prof. Wafaa Rashad

Professor

Prof. Sahar Anwar

Assistant professor

Dr. Fatma Nasr El-Din

Assistant professor

Dr. Jilan El-Batawy

Assistant professor

Dr. Wafaa Ahmed

Assistant professor

Dr. Nefertiti Hassan

Assistant professor

Dr. Maha El-Habashy

Assistant professor

Dr. Nevein Rezk

Assistant professor

Dr. Samar Kamal

Lecturer

Dr. Soma Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar Mansour

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar Yakout

Lecturer

Dr. Hanan Kandil

Lecturer

Dr. Isis Email

Lecturer

Dr. Afaf Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Hend Abd El-Megeid

Lecturer

Dr. Reda Hablas

Lecturer

Dr. Noha Mohamed

Lecturer

Dr. Asmaa Saber

Assistant lecturer

Abeer Hassan

Assistant lecturer

Naglaa Fathy

Assistant lecturer

Naglaa Zaki

Assistant lecturer

Amal Ahmed Said

Assistant lecturer

Neama Saad

Demonstrator

Asmaa Anwar

Demonstrator

Heba Said

Demonstrator

Nehal Shalaby

Demonstrator

Hala Nouh

Demonstrator

Marwa Salah

Demonstrator

Amira Ragab

Demonstrator

Zeinab Abd El-Wahab

Demonstrator

Sara Mamdouh

Demonstrator

Shaimaa Saad Ibrahim

Demonstrator

Nadia Mahmoud

History:

The Medical Surgical Nursing Department was established as a part of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955. The department is responsible for teaching and training undergraduate and postgraduate students in the field of medical surgical nursing.

Mission:

The primary mission of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department is to prepare nursing students in their different educational levels; undergraduate and postgraduate, with basic medical surgical nursing principles and techniques upon which they can further proceed. The emphasis is to foster learning and ameliorate quality patient care in different specialties.

Vision:

The core values of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department are proficiency, critical nursing, holism and quality patient care. Continuing advanced postgraduate research and technology are required to keep pace with the rapidly evolving and continually changing societal needs regarding the medical surgical nursing fields.

Objectives:

  • Prepare competent, professional nurses in the general and specialties of medical surgical clinical settings.
  • Provide postgraduate nursing studies to upgrade the cognitive and psychomotor skills of professional nurses to be in line with the current days changing health care.
  • Find proper innovative methods to solve patient problems through scientific critical thinking and holistic approaches.
  • Prepare students to be self-motivated.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to award the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Medical Surgical Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Medical Surgical Nursing.
  • Diploma in Burn Nursing.
  • Diploma in Nephrology Nursing.
  • Diploma in Peri-operative Nursing.
  • Diploma in Oncology Nursing.

Skills Labs:

The department has specialized skills labs which are prepared with the most recent models, simulators, scientific apparatuses and visual aids. These labs include:

  • Three Fundamentals Medical Surgical Nursing Labs (A, B and C).
  • One Medical Surgical Nursing Lab and OSCE lab.

 

Faculty Members of the Medical Surgical Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Awatif Hasanin

Professor

Prof. Fatma Abdou Hosni

Professor

Prof. Sanaa Alaa El-Din

Professor

Prof. Soheir Weheda

Professor

Prof. Shadia Abou Donia

Professor

Prof. Nahed El Sebaie

Professor

Prof. Layla Abdou

Professor

Prof. Hania El-Banna

Professor

Prof. Alice Rezian

Professor

Prof. Soheir Eweda

Professor

Prof. Kawthar Tolba

Professor

Prof. Yousreya Salem

Professor

Prof. Nabila Bedeir

Professor

Prof. Maha Adel

Professor

Prof. Aida El-Gamil

Assistant professor

Dr. Anisa El-Khouly

Assistant professor

Dr. Mervat Abd El-Fattah

Assistant professor

Dr. Mervat Adham

Assistant professor

Dr. Amal Samir

Assistant professor

Dr. Abeer El-Shatby

Assistant professor

Dr. Salwa El-Badry

Assistant professor

Dr. Amna Yehia

Assistant professor

Dr. Wafaa Nour

Assistant professor

Dr. Fayza Tawfik

Lecturer

Dr. Samia Hafez

Lecturer

Dr. Eman El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Soheir Abo El-Fadl

Lecturer

Dr. Nesrein Ezzat

Lecturer

Dr. Sawsan Moustafa

Lecturer

Dr. Amany Yousef

Lecturer

Dr. Hend Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Gehan Desouky

Lecturer

Dr. Gehan Yehia

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Hamdy

Lecturer

Dr. Eman Abd El-Aziz

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Yakout

Lecturer

Dr. Samah Sofar

Lecturer

Dr. Fatma Abd El-Moneim

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Fath Allah

Lecturer

Dr. Nesrein Abo Zeid

Lecturer

Dr. Heba Abd El-Mawla

Lecturer

Dr. Marwa Khalil

Lecturer

Dr. Yasmin Fathy

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Abd Allah

Lecturer

Dr. Rasha Fathy

Lecturer

Dr. Heba El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Hoda Abdo

Lecturer

Dr. Wafaa Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Heba Mohamed Ibrahim

Lecturer

Dr. Narges Seyam

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mahmoud

Assistant lecturer

Eshrak Salama

Assistant lecturer

Samah Ramadan

Assistant lecturer

Abeer Arafa

Assistant lecturer

Mervat Abd El-Hamid

Assistant lecturer

Shaimaa Abd El-Latif

Assistant lecturer

Shahira Shehata

Assistant lecturer

Heba Gebreil

Assistant lecturer

Mona Abd El-Maasoud

Assistant lecturer

Hemda El-Desouky

Assistant lecturer

Emad Abd El-Gawad

Assistant lecturer

Mona Ali

Demonstrator

Asmaa Moustafa

Demonstrator

Mona Said

Demonstrator

Maha Gamal

Demonstrator

Omima Abd El-Shafy

Demonstrator

Rania Ibrahim

Demonstrator

Marwa Ashour

Demonstrator

Eman Abdeen

Demonstrator

Samira Saad

Demonstrator

Mohamed Adel

Demonstrator

Asmaa Abd El-Moez

Demonstrator

Zeinab Mohamed

Demonstrator

Manal Said

Demonstrator

Yasmin Mohamed

Demonstrator

Athar Gamal El-Nagar

Demonstrator

Neama Azzam Hamed

History:

Based on statistical analysis, it was reported that more than 95% of the faculty graduates work in the Critical Care and Emergency Nursing field. According to this community needs it was necessary to establish this department (1995) to prepare graduate nurses to work in different critical care settings and postgraduate students in the field Critical Care and Emergency Nursing. Teaching focuses on preparing students to be qualified in clinical skills based on theoretical knowledge and preparing them to work either as educators, nursing practitioners or being leaders in different health associations. There are highly qualified professors, teachers and clinical instructors carrying out the teaching responsibilities.

Mission:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department aims to ensure highly quality of care provided for patients and their families with respect to patient precious life in companionate and highly technologic caring environment utilizing evidence based approaches. The department works collaboratively within and outside the institution; nationally and internationally to enhance safety and ensure high quality nursing practices. The department also trains future leaders who work at variety of settings.

Vision:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department strives for promoting excellence in critical care and emergency nursing education, academic research and practice. The department aims to lead critical care and emergency nursing specialty regionally and nationally, and strengthen the organizational capacity. The department shares in advancing nursing profession by equipping nursing students with professional abilities to meet the labor market demands regionally nationally, and internationally, and enables them to be capable of effective competition.

Objectives:

The Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department exists to:

  • Promote the specialty of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing through:
  • Encouraging interaction and mentorship among critical care nurses.
  • Identifying and disseminating information on key trends affecting and pertinent to critical care.
  • Serving as supporter/an advocate for the public care.
  • Promote the interests of Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department's members and improve the professional environment of the critical care nurses through education and public awareness.
  • Promote ethical principles as defined in the Code of Ethics.
  • Actively collaborate with other heath related organizations to improve critical care.
  • Be the primary resource for the critical care nursing leadership, education and research.
  • Develop, disseminate and evaluate critical care education and research.
  • Define standards that serve as a basis for critical care practice.

Scientific Degrees:

The department offers special courses needed to the following scientific degrees:

  • Master in Critical Care and Emergency Nursing.
  • Doctorate in Critical Care and Emergency Nursing.
  • Diploma in Emergency and Trauma Care Nursing.
  • Diploma in Critical Cardiac Care Nursing.
  • Diploma in General Intensive Care Nursing.

Skills Labs:

The department has three nursing skills laboratories which are well equipped for clinical training in critical care nursing specialty, namely:

  • The Critical Care Center.
  • The Critical Care Nursing Skills Lab.
  • The Emergency Life Support Lab.

Faculty Members of the Critical Care and Emergency Nursing Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Nadia Taha

Professor

Prof. Fatma El-Sharkawy

Professor

Prof. Azza El Sousy

Professor

Prof. Nagwa Reda

Professor

Prof. Amal Kadry

Assistant professor

Dr. Eman Zahran

Assistant professor

Dr. Hayam Asfour

Lecturer

Dr. Sahar El-Shenawy

Lecturer

Dr. Omnia Hemeda

Lecturer

Dr. Noha El-Baz

Lecturer

Dr. Samah Anwar

Lecturer

Dr. Soaad El-Sayed

Lecturer

Dr. Masouda Hassan

Lecturer

Dr. Mona Saad

Lecturer

Dr. Farida Khalil

Lecturer

Dr. Nermin El-Kokany

Lecturer

Dr. Azza Baraka

Lecturer

Dr. Fatma Refaat

Assistant lecturer

Heba Ali

Assistant lecturer

Mohamed Ezz El-Regal

Assistant lecturer

Eman Arafa Hassan

Assistant lecturer

Sameh El-Tayebany

Assistant lecturer

Heba Mohamed Moustafa

Demonstrator

Ahmed Zarea

Demonstrator

Haitham Mokhtar

Demonstrator

Heba Hashem

Demonstrator

Elham Saad

Demonstrator

Rawia Gamil

Demonstrator

Dalia Fathy

Demonstrator

Ayat Reda El-Metwally

Demonstrator

Aya Mohamed El-Shenawy