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muhammad ahmed alshyyab
• Department of Public Health, Community Medicine - Faculty Member

  • Ph.D. of Public health from Queensland University of Technology, 2020
  • Msc. of Public health from Queensland University of Technology, 2016
  • Bsc. of Dentistry from Aleppo University, 2006
  • " A Cross-sectional Study Evaluating the Association Between the Nursing Practice Environment and Missed Nursing Care in Medical and Surgical Wards in Jordan", Journal of Nursing Care Quality
  • "A scoping review of the literature of interventions for enhancing nurses? resilience in acute care settings", Journal of Health Organization and Management
  • "Conflict driven displacement and child health: Evidence based on mother?s nationality from Jordan Population and Family Health Survey", Muhammad Ahmed Alshyyab
  • "Examining the reasons for missed nursing care from the viewpoints of nurses in public, private, and university hospitals in Jordan: A cross-sectional research", Collegian
  • "Factors Influencing Medication Administration Errors as Perceived by Nurses in Pediatric Units in a Jordanian Tertiary Hospital: A Qualitative Descriptive Study", Western Journal of Nursing Research
  • "Factors Influencing Patient Safety Culture in Operating Room in a Teaching Hospital in Jordan: A Qualitative Descriptive Study?", TQM Journal
  • "Missed Nursing Care in Medical and Surgical Wards in Jordan: A Cross-Sectional Study", Policy, Politics, & Nursing Practice
  • "Qualitative evaluation of missed nursing care in neonatal intensive care units in a teaching hospital in Jordan", Journal of Pediatric Nursing
  • "Safety culture in emergency medicine: An exploratory qualitative study", International Journal of Risk & Safety in Medicine
  • "Strategies and interventions for improving safety culture in Australian Emergency Departments: A modified Delphi study", International Journal of Health Planning and Management
  • "Surgical team perceptions of the surgical safety checklist in a tertiary hospital in Jordan: a descriptive qualitative study", TQM Journal
  • Faculty Member, Department of Public Health, Community Medicine, Oct 2020 - Present
  • Full-time Lecturer, Department of Public Health, Community Medicine, Sep 2020 - Oct 2020
  • BIOSTATISTICS AND HEALTH INFORMATICS
  • EPIDEMIOLOGY
  • EPIDEMIOLOGY AND HEALTH ECONOMICS
  • HEALTH MANAGEMENT
  • INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH AND EVIDENCE BASED MEDICINE
  • RESEARCH DESIGN I