Salih Ahmed Abdulla

Assistant Professor

College of Nursing

Department of Nursing

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  • Salih Ahmed Abdulla has MSc degree in Community Health Nursing from Salahaddin University in Iraq/Kurdistan Region/Erbil City and PhD in Community Health Nursing from Hawler Medical University. He is an assistant professor of Community Health Nursing at Hawler Medical University, Erbil, Iraq. He teaches different courses including (Community Health Nursing, Medical Epidemiology, Nursing leadership and management, Health Promotion, introduction to teaching method and new trends in nursing). His current research work is mainly related to community health nursing research, he has more than 20 years of experience in teaching at the school of nursing at Directorate of Health/Ministry of Health.

  • His current research work is mainly related to community health nursing research.

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  • Master students

    1. Employees knowledge about occupational hazards and using of safety measures in 77 company group in Erbil city, Moayad Ali Rashid, Community Nursing, 2012-2013, HMU/College of Nursing.

    2. Nursing staffs knowledge and attitude about medical waste management in primary health care centers Erbil city, Mustafa Mahamad Amin, Community Nursing, 2014-2015, HMU/College of Nursing.

    3.  Prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders among nurses in general hospitals, Omed hama Rashid, Community Nursing, 2015-2016, HMU/College of Nursing.

  • Auther; Salih A. Abdulla

    Primary School Managers’ Knowledge of and Attitude towards Epilepsy among Children in Erbil City, Sultan Qaboos University Medical Journal, 2014, (14), 2

     

    Authors: Salih A. Abdulla, Nazar Ali Sheren, Vian Naqsgbandi, Namir G. Al-Tawil

    Nurses’ Attitude toward the Care of Dying Cases in the Cardiac Center in Erbil city, Zanko Journal of Medical Science, 2014, Vol 18, No 2

     

    Salih A. Abdulla, Zhian Abdulla

    Effect of an Educational Program on Nurses' Knowledge and Practices toward Hepatitis B Virus in Emergency Hospitals in Erbil City, Zanko Journal of Medical Science,, 2014, Vol 18, No 1

     

    Salih A. Abdulla, Namir G. Al-Tawil, Badia Mahammad Najib

    Assessment of Primary Schools' Environment in Erbil City, Zanko Journal of Medical Science, 2013, Vol 17, No 2

     

    Salih A. Abdulla, Nazar Ali Sheren, Kareem F. Aziz

    Knowledge and Attitudes of Pupils in Some of Primary Schools Regarding Personal Hygiene in Erbil City, Kufa Journal for Nursing Science, 2012, Vol 2, iss 1

     

    Salih A, Abdulla and  Mustafa Mohammed Ameen 

    KNOWLEDGE AND ATTITUDE OF NURSING STAFFS ABOUT MEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT IN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CENTRES IN ERBIL CITY, IRAQ, The Malaysian Journal of Nursing,  VOL. 9 (2) October 2017

     

     

     

     

  • January 2010 Ph.D Community Health Nursing/Hawler Medical University, Erbil, Iraq.

    Thesis: Assessment of School Health Program for Primary Schools in Erbil City

    Augest 2005 M.Sc. Community Health Nursing/Salahaddin University, Erbil, Iraq.

    Thesis: Evaluation of an Educational program Effectiveness Upon Women's Knowledge towards Home Delivery in Erbil Governorate

    Jully 1983 Bachler science (nursing), Baghdad University, Baghdad, Iraq

  • Teaching

    Undergraduate: Community Health Nursing, Medical Epidemiology, Health Promotion, introduction to teaching method.

    Postgraduate: Community Health Nursing Specialty, Nursing leadership and management, New trends in nursing

    Projects

    Health survey among the internally displaced persons in most of the refugees's camps in Erbil city with fourth stage students of college of nursing in Hawler medical university.2016

    Health survey among the rural residents in most of the Erbil rurals with fourth stage students of college of nursing in Hawler medical university, 2014

    Health survey of Chihan University teachers and students, 2012

    Editorial duties

    Editorial board member of Erbil Journal of Midwifery and Nursing

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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