The initiative provided the students with an excellent educational experience in collaboration with the engineering department of Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City, enabling them to work on many different projects within the city’s facilities. The experiment went through four different phases. The first phase consisted of students at Abu Dhabi University who presented many ideas and suggestions to design the Rehabilitation Department for Children under the supervision of dr. Ahmed El-Ghass, Assistant Professor in the Department of Home Affairs and Architecture Design at Abu Dhabi University. The modernization process includes the design of entrances, corridors, and reception halls, waiting areas, treatment rooms, speech therapy unit, in addition to the gym.
Following the success of the initiative in its first phase, the two teams will work on the design and development of many other spaces, including the obstetrics and gynecology emergency department, and the prenatal diagnostic center, along with future plans that the pediatric department and the obstetrician section includes. emergency unit, in addition to the parental diagnosis unit, which is scheduled to be completed by the end of this year.
Dr. Hamdi Al Shaibani, Dean of the College of Engineering at Abu Dhabi University, said: “The collaboration between Abu Dhabi University and Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City is one of the most fruitful initiatives for both parties as it provides a unique opportunity for us students to enrich and develop their skills in realistic circumstances. Abu Dhabi University is constantly striving to build meaningful partnerships with its partners. locally and globally to enhance the students’ experience, look forward to the groundbreaking model that our students will offer within the initiative, especially in light of the support we would like to give them to prepare them for future leaders in to be their fields. ”
In turn, dr. Ahmed Al-Shass, Assistant Professor of the Department of Home Affairs and Architectural Design and Project Supervisor at Abu Dhabi University, said: “This collaboration is a favorable opportunity for students to get involved and enter the field of design in a practical and professional context through an integrated design proposal that includes integrated visual documentation, detailed drawings and selection. For the first time, the Architectural Design Department at Abu Dhabi University provided its advisory services regarding the construction and implementation stages as the students showed high efficiency. and superior scientific knowledge highly valued by the client and the contractor.During the project, the relationship between mother and child was highlighted.This embodies the excellence of the curricula of the College of Engineering at the university.
Dr. Aba Zubair, Dean of Education at Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City, said: “Learning at Shakhbout Medical City is an integral part of our mission as we are committed to providing patients with a groundbreaking healthcare experience. We are delighted to work together working with Abu Dhabi University to provide an opportunity for its talented students This is unique in that it enables them to practice the acquired skills under the supervision of one of our best engineering teams ever, and to apply what they have learned in succeed in submitting distinctive design proposals, which will undoubtedly help to enhance and enrich the experience of our judges. ”
Sheikh Shakhbout Medical City is one of the largest advanced care hospitals in the country, and the fruit of the partnership between the Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) and the Mayo Clinic, and its vision is to be the preferred and integrated healthcare destination in the region for critical and complex care, through a model Care based on an integrated and multidisciplinary approach from the moment the patient arrives through the different stages of his treatment, and the “Education Shield” coordinates with the other two shields “Medical Practice ”And“ Medical Research ”to enhance, develop and enhance medical knowledge and skills to ensure excellence in healthcare delivery.
The interior design program at Abu Dhabi University combines aesthetics and technology, such as computer-aided design (CAD) and computer-aided 3D modeling, to help students create distinctive interiors.
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