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About the department
The Medical-Surgical Nursing Department is one of the four departments contributing to undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Nursing. The department's vision is based on the fact that nursing is the art, science, and discipline of caring for people through the promotion and rehabilitation of health and its integrity throughout the stages of life, and it’s consistent with the mission and vision of the college.
The department is committed to providing a safe and high-quality learning environment by teaching courses that help students acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes required to deliver a safe, competent, and person-centered care for adults with acute and chronic health conditions in various healthcare settings, including medical-surgical, critical, and emergency care.
The department faculty members have a variety of teaching experiences and research interests, including cardio, respiratory, cancer, geriatric, involvement in family care, health behavior, patient and nurse education, quality in healthcare, and other areas.
The department currently includes (45) faculty members, and (2) female specialists
Faculty members consists of (1) professor, (3) associate professor, (13) assistant professor, (9) lecturers, (20) teaching assistants, and (2) female specialists.