Training

Saturday, May 5, 2018
Faculty of Allied Medical Sciences

The Office of Vice-President for Training Affairs and the Occupational Therapy Department at AAUJ held a training session for the training supervisors in the department, 40 training hours, presented by Mr. Yazid Ghanaim. It aimed to develop the professional supervision skills, which reflects on supervisors' performance in supervising the department students and provide them with practical skills to serve their academic and professional improvement.

The course provided an opportunity to enrich the participants’ professional supervision method and increase their ability to guide students with treatment plans based on linking the academic and practical aspects with the different cases.

It is the first of its kind, in which the participants praised its discussed contents, their importance to them, and the way they achieve their desired goals.

Sunday, April 1, 2018
From the Vice President for Training and Community Services Affairs Dr. Nizam Daib participation in the forum

The Arab American University participated in the 24th forum to exchange training offers for Arab Universities’ Students held in the Egyptian Sharm Al-Sheikh, under the auspices of Zagazig University and in presence of representatives of 60 universities from a number of Arab countries.

“The Arab American University received several training offers from Arab Universities in various specialization. Likewise, it presented several training opportunities for students of other universities, where the trainings take place at the host country’s companies, institutions and universities”, said the VP for Training and Community Services Affairs Dr. Nizam Daib who represented the university in the forum.

Sunday, March 4, 2018
From the training course

The Faculty of Nursing at the Arab American University in cooperation with the General Administration of Nursing at the Palestinian Health Ministry organized a training course for public and private hospitals nurses to increase their knowledge of the latest developments in nursing of intensive care, patient diagnosis and the way to treat them.

28 nurses from the Jenin Governmental Hospital, Tubas Governmental Hospital, Tulkarim Governmental Hospital, Qalqiliya Governmental Hospital, Rafidia Hospital and Nablus Specialist Hospital participated in the training.

The four-day intensive training course lasted 8 hours a day. The first assessment was for intensive care patients, special and critical patients, ECG reading and blood gases, treating patients who suffer from lack of salts and respiratory patients, and advanced artificial respiratory care.

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