Warda Hassan Abdullah

Assistant Lecturer

College of Nursing

Department of Midwifery

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  • Warda H. Abdullah has MSc. degree in Maternity Nursing from Hawler Medical University.(Ph.D. student). She is an assistant lecturer in Nursing and Midwifery at Hawler Medical University, Erbil, Iraq.She teaches different courses including antenatal care, postpartum care, clinical placement, family planning, parenthood education, and an introduction to Nursing and Midwifery. Research interest and Number of Publications regarding women’s health and health education.

  • Research interest and Number of Publications regarding women’s health and health education 

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  • prevalence and risk factors of episiotomy and perineal tear in Maternity Teaching Hospital of Erbil City, Iraq

    Impact of Education Program on Breast Self-Examination among Kurdistan women Union/ Erbil City.Zanco journal of medical sciences .

    Association between Severity of Anemia and Maternal Factors during Pregnancy in Maternity Teaching Hospital / Erbil City.Kufa jorrnal for nursing sciences.

    Self - care practices among mothers during postpartum period who attend the birth and death registration office In erbil city.Thesis / Degree of Master

     

  • Ph.D student 

    Thesis: Effect of antenatal exercise teaching program onpregnancy outcome                                                                                                               

    2012 MS.c in Maternity Nursing, Hawler Medical University. Iraq.

    Thesis :Self - care practices among mothers during postpartum period who attend the birth and death registration office In erbil city.

    2008 B.Sc.in General Nursing, Hawler Medical University. Iraq.

     1997 Diploma of Nursing,Erbil Technical Institute/ Foundation of Technical Education, Iraq.

  • Teaching

    Antenatal care, postpartum care, clinical placement, family planning, parenthood education, and an introduction to Nursing and Midwifery.

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