Adult Health and Critical Care

The vision, mission, philosophy and objectives of the Department of Adult Health and Critical Care (ACC), foster academic excellence and clinical innovations among undergraduate students in the Adult Health, Critical Care and Advanced Clinical Nursing specialty fields. 

 

The faculty strives to achieve the highest standards of nursing practice in accomplishing the curriculum for better learning outcomes among the students.

The vision of the department of ACC is to provide a holistic approach emphasizing scientific knowledge, clinical and technical expertise and interpersonal skills to provide appropriate theoretical and clinical inputs to the students.
The mission of the department of ACC is to achieve high standards of learning and quality outputs among the undergraduate nursing students in the various specialized fields of education. Also to share among the faculty best nursing practices to develop highly ethical and effective performance standards among students with application of advanced information technology for student learning.

The faculty of the ACC believes in providing a dynamic forum for the exchange of scientific and updated knowledge among faculty to enhance their contributions to Adult Health, Critical Care and Advanced Clinical Nursing students. 


The faculty also believes in realizing professionalism, knowledge and competence among students in keeping with the international trends in the specialized fields.

The objectives of the department of the ACC are to:
 
  • Build the potentials of the students as key contributors to clinical and educational areas through a scalable platform for building knowledge. 
     
  • Enable students to develop clinical reasoning, judgment and expertise in specialties, uses of technologies, and other essential elements in learning at high standards.
     
  • Update research trend and challenges among students while reaching out to community for prevention at grass roots.
     
  • Utilize clinical skill lab at an optimum level in meeting the needs of the students and the curriculum.
     
  • Facilitate planned timely ongoing faculty education to create learning and research experiences for identified needs and demands of the curriculum.
   
Dr. Khaled Al Omari 
Head of Department
Assistant Professor
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Dr. Omar M. Al-Rawajfah
Associate Professor 
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Dr. Joshua Kanaabi Muliira
Assistant Professor 
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Dr. Huda Salim Yaqoob 
Al Noumani

Assistant Professor 
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Dr. Loai Mohamad Abu
Sharour

Associate Professor
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Dr. Eilean Lazarus
Rathinasamy

Assistant Professor
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Dr. Samah Anwar 
Mohamed Shalaby

Assistant Professor 
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Mrs. Shreedevi 
Balanchandran 

Lecturer 
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Mrs. Anandhi Deva
Amirtharaj

Lecturer
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Mrs. Chandrani Isac
Lecturer
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Mr. Ephraim C. Mirafuentes
Lecturer
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Mrs. J. Anitha Nesa Thanka
Lecturer
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Mrs. Joy Kabasindi
Kamanyire
Lecturer
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Mrs. Susan Achora
Lecturer
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Mrs. Maryam Mohammed 
Al Harrasi

Lecturer (On Study Leave)
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Ms. Devakirubai Jacob
Lecturer
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Mr. Omar Ali Mohammed 
Al Zaabi

Lecturer (On Study Leave)
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Mr. Nasser Majid Dhabi
Al Salmi

Lecturer (On Study Leave)
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Ms. Irene Betty Kizza
Lecturer
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Mrs. Hema Roslin Samsom 
Lecturer
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Ms. Salma Juma Fadhil 
Al Mukhaini

Lecturer (On Study Leave)
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Hatham Abdullah 
Mohammad Al Rawahi

Demonstrator
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