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Sunday, May 26, 2024
Defense of a Masters Thesis by Abd Al Hameed Dardas in the Neonatal Nursing Program

Researcher Abd Al Hameed Hassan Dardas, a student in the masters program in Neonatal Nursing, has defended his thesis titled Assessment of Nursing Health Care Provided for Preterm Neonates Complaining from Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Southern West Bank.

This descriptive study was conducted in neonatal intensive care units in all hospitals in the southern West Bank, namely Hebron Governmental Hospital, Al-Ahli Hospital, Al-Mizan Hospital, Red Crescent Specialized Hospital for Children, Yatta Governmental Hospital, Caritas Hospital, Saint Joseph Hospital (French), and Beit Jala Governmental Hospital. The sample included all male and female nurses working in the intensive care units in hospitals in the southern West Bank.

Sunday, May 12, 2024
Defense of a Masters Thesis by Samah Attari in the Physics Program

Researcher Samah Sameer Attari, a student in the masters program in physics, has defended her thesis titled "Iron Doping Effects on Bi_2 O_3 Optical Filters"

This thesis touched upon the effect of iron doping on the structural, morphological, compositional, optical and dielectric properties of bismuth oxide thin films. Bismuth oxide thin films with a thickness of 0.50 弮m were deposited by thermal evaporation of bismuth oxide powders on glass substrates under a vacuum pressure of approximately 4-10 mbar. This was followed by doping the films with iron by mixing the iron nano-powders with the bismuth oxide powders before evaporation. The researcher used three increasing amounts of iron for this purpose.

Tuesday, April 16, 2024
Defense of a Masters Thesis by Arifa Abu Karsh in the Adult Nursing Program

Researcher Arifa Misbah Abu Karsh, a student in the masters program in adult nursing, has defended her thesis titled Effectiveness of Structured Education on Patients Knowledge and Practice Regarding Colostomy in West Bank.

This study aimed to examine the effectiveness of a structured educational program on patient knowledge and practice regarding colostomy care in the West Bank. The researcher used a quasi-experimental study design (pre-test and post-test) to achieve the objectives of the study. The sample consisted of 37 adult male and female patients, who had a colostomy operation, as a non-probability convenience sample for this study. The samples were taken in surgical and medical outpatient clinics and oncology clinics in governmental and private hospitals in the West Bank.


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