The M.A students in the programs of Intensive Care Nursing, Neonatal Nursing, and Internal Surgery Nursing accomplished a successful training at the Islamic Hospital in Jordan in cooperation with the Jordanian Nursing Council. This training comes as an implementation of the terms of the agreement concluded by the Arab American University and the Jordanian Nursing Council for the sake of providing quality training for students of master's specializations in nursing in various wards of distinguished Jordanian hospitals.
The Vice President for Medical Faculties Affairs, Prof. Dr. Mohammad Asia, that the training achieved its results through the quality training and the transfer of skills to the trainee students at highly experienced and efficient hospitals. It is planned to expand the training to include undergraduate students in medicine and nursing programs.
The Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Dr. Nouar Qutob indicated that this training is the first of its kind for students of master's programs outside Palestine, which achieved remarkable success. She added that 67 male and female nursing students (Masters in Intensive Care Nursing, Neonatal Nursing, and Internal Surgery Nursing) were trained in the specialized wards of the Islamic Hospital on modern, scientific and evidence-based clinical nursing skills and informing students of external experiences that are equivalent to the expertise available in the Palestinian hospitals.
The Assistant Dean of the Faculty of Graduate Studies, Dr. Imad Abu Khader passed thanks and gratitude to the management of the Jordanian Nursing Council and the management of the Islamic Hospital for their support and cooperation in the success of the training and the students’ acquisition of the best experiences.
Work is ongoing to finalize travel arrangements for the second group to train master's students in multiple specializations in Jordanian hospitals.