Karwan Mohammed M-Amen
College of Nursing
Department of Nursing
Dr. Karwan M-Amen, holding doctoral degree (PhD) in Community Health, from the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health, the University of Sheffield and Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert.) in Health Sciences, the University of Nottingham-UK.
I am currently a lecturer at Hawler Medical University (HMU), having 15 years of teaching and research experience. I am also supervisor of programme development and bologna process at the HMU.
I have been working as a teaching staff and researcher at The University of Sheffield. I am a member of a research group undertaking qualitative studies at the University of Sheffield.
Ryan T, Amen KM & McKeown J (2017) The advance care planning experiences of people with dementia, family caregivers and professionals: a synthesis of the qualitative literature. Annals of Palliative Medicine, 6(4), 380-389.
2012-2016: PhD in Community Health/The University of Sheffield - United Kingdom
2011-2012: PGCert in Health Sciences/The University of Nottingham - United Kingdom
2008-2009: MSc.Nursing Science at Hawler Medical University/ College of Nursing.
2004-2005: B.Sc. Nursing at College of Nursing/Mosul.
Epidemiology Theory - Fourth Year Nursing Students
Community Health Nursing - Fourth Year Nursing Students
Academic Debate - First Year Nursing Students
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