History:

The department was established as a first department of the Higher Institute of Nursing, Alexandria University in 1955. The department pertain the study of concepts, principles and skills that apply in different health care settings. In addition, concentrate on the development of leadership and communication skills in management of nursing care. The development also holds various workshops for the faculty members inside and outside the Faculty, scientific research in the field of nursing administration as quality of health care, leadership and communication, performance appraisal, management of human resources for improvement efficiency and effectiveness of quality of patient care.

Mission:

The Nursing Administration Department's primary mission is to provide high quality advanced educational programs that are evaluated periodically according to the international quality standards in nursing administration for both undergraduate and postgraduate students to think critically, communicate effectively, and practice professional leadership role within present and future nursing education and practice to improve health and wellness of the community.

Vision:

The Nursing Administration Department aspires for a pioneering status worldwide as a center of excellence for nursing education, practice and academic research for nursing administration nationally and internationally through graduation of well competent and highly trained nurses who have the professional nursing ability to meet the labor market demands and capable of competing in the era of technology and science.

Objectives:

  • Develop the students' educational abilities in the activation of new strategies in the teaching and learning to prepare graduates capable of leading the working group and provide nursing care based on evidence and professional standards.
  • Provide graduate for the development of information and skills training for graduates to keep pace with modern challenges in the health care system programs.
  • Conduct training programs throughout the year in the health institutions and the Training Unit as well as the Education Development Center at the Faculty of Nursing to strengthen the relationship and ongoing cooperation with the health institutions to improve the quality of health care.
  • Develop the abilities of the faculty and administration members in leadership development and quality in education and health care.

Scientific Degrees:

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

  • Master in Nursing Administration.
  • Doctorate in Nursing Administration.
  • Diploma in Nursing Administration.

Faculty Members of Nursing Administration Department

Academic Position

Name

Professor

Prof. Mary Hermina

Professor

Prof. Magda Nassar

Professor

Prof. Zeinab Nabawi

Professor

Prof. Noura Basiouni

Professor

Prof. Gehan El-Beialy

Professor

Prof. Azza Hassan

Assistant professor

Dr. Fatma Baddar

Assistant professor

Dr. Hanan Ezzat

Assistant professor

Dr. Ghada Hamouda

Assistant professor

Dr. Hala Abdo

Assistant professor

Dr. Ebtesam Omar

Lecturer

Dr. Amany Farag

Lecturer

Dr. Faten El-Sebaei

Lecturer

Dr. Rehab Gamil

Lecturer

Dr. Naglaa Abd El-Aziz

Lecturer

Dr. Sabrin Mahmoud

Lecturer

Dr. Nancy Sabry

Lecturer

Dr. Nadia Hassan

Assistant lecturer

Heba Farouk

Assistant lecturer

Heba El-Anwar

Assistant lecturer

Sally Farghaly

Assistant lecturer

Mohamed Saad

Assistant lecturer

Amal Deiab

Demonstrator

Ahmed Abd El-Wahab

Demonstrator

Said Mohamed

Demonstrator

Nariman Ahmed

Demonstrator

Rabab Saleh

Demonstrator

Noura Mohamed

Demonstrator

Boshra Karem

Demonstrator

Samia Mohamed

Demonstrator

Asmaa Shebl

Demonstrator

Heba Zabadi