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Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis by Arifa Abu Karsh in the Adult Nursing Program

Researcher Arifa Misbah Abu Karsh, a student in the master’s program in adult nursing, has defended her thesis titled “Effectiveness of Structured Education on Patient’s Knowledge and Practice Regarding Colostomy in West Bank.”

This study aimed to examine the effectiveness of a structured educational program on patient knowledge and practice regarding colostomy care in the West Bank. The researcher used a quasi-experimental study design (pre-test and post-test) to achieve the objectives of the study. The sample consisted of 37 adult male and female patients, who had a colostomy operation, as a non-probability convenience sample for this study. The samples were taken in surgical and medical outpatient clinics and oncology clinics in governmental and private hospitals in the West Bank.

Sunday, April 7, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis by Hassan Musleh in the Adult Nursing Program

 Researcher Hassan Hikmat Musleh, a student in the master’s program in adult nursing, has defended his thesis titled "Association between Stress, Anxiety, Depression and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) among Students in a Palestinian University: A Cross-Sectional Study".

This study aims to identify irritable bowel syndrome, depression, anxiety, and stress as well as the relationship between them among Palestinian university students. The researcher used a cross-sectional quantitative analytical design, for a sample of 372 university students from 13 faculties at the Arab American University in Palestine, and they filled out a self-questionnaire containing the Rome 4 criteria for diagnosing irritable bowel syndrome, and a depression, anxiety, and depression scale tool.

Sunday, February 25, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis in the Adult Nursing Program by Murad Jaghlab

Researcher Murad Jagalab, a student in the master’s program in adult nursing, defended his thesis titled: “The Impact of an Educational Program on Intensive Care Nurses’ Awareness and Practice of Risk and Prevention Factors for keratopathy in Unconscious Patients Connected to a Ventilator in Palestine.”

This study aims to evaluate the impact of an educational program on eye care on the awareness and practices of nurses working in intensive care regarding risk factors and prevention of keratopathy among ventilated and unconscious patients.

Visual complications in patients within the ICU may often go unreported, leading to potentially serious effects such as keratopathy resulting from exposure to the external environment. To reduce these risks, it is important to promptly recognize and prevent these problems and educate ICU nurses about them.

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