Nursing .. a noble profession

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The UAE society’s view of the nursing profession as a successful and noble profession has increasingly strengthened, after the Corona global pandemic showed the importance of the role of workers in the first line of defense to protect society, and the role of health sciences faculties is essential to provide the sector with national professional frameworks, in addition to the importance of financial incentives and rewarding salaries to attract Citizen human resources to work in the medical field to improve the sector’s progress.

Specialized colleges and incentives are two ways to locate the medical sector

(An increase in the turnout of female citizens to join Fatima College of Health Sciences by 26%)

(Fatima College of Health Sciences provides the medical sector with national competencies in 6 specialties)

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The Fatima College of Health Sciences in the country plays a key role in attracting national competencies and awarding them monthly incentives during the study period, with the aim of excellence and to pursue advanced scientific curricula that keep pace with the latest developments and provision makes for laboratories and modern medical tools.

Sherine Ali Mohammed Al Balushi, a graduate of Nursing from Fatima College of Health Sciences, praised the progress of the academic and applied study in the college as it follows advanced curricula, advanced laboratories, the latest equipment and educational frameworks with worldwide expertise, in addition to keeping abreast of the latest developments with interest in field training and refining the skills of students and preparing them.She did well to work in the medical field, confirming her distinction with the experience gained by studying during her work in a hospital in Umm Al Quwain, noted that she accepted to study nursing at Fatima College, after reaffirming its importance and vital role in relieving patients’ pain, especially after her mother was diagnosed with cancer, and points out The importance of linking nursing incentives to working hours.

Society’s perception

The student, Khadija Muhammad bin Nasr Al Ali, who studies at the Department of Emergencies and Emergencies at the Fatima College of Health Sciences, said her entry into this field is accompanied by a determined desire to work to help critically ill cases , and she also found encouragement from her family to study this field, noting that society’s views The work of women in the medical sector has evolved greatly and changed after the Corona pandemic, and Emirati women are eager to to work in all areas.

After graduation, Khadija strives to work in the Dubai ambulance, emphasizing that the incentives and salaries offered to female workers in this field are appropriate and contribute to attracting female citizens to work and community safety.

The student, Sheikha Muhammad Ibrahim, in the second year of majoring nursing at Fatima College of Health Sciences emphasized the importance of the nursing profession as a humanitarian profession to serve patients and provide assistance and medical care, noting that she is an advanced rate of 94% and with her firm desire she studied nursing and found encouragement from her family, and she is also happy During the pandemic she volunteered to perform “Covid 19” tests for community members.

She praised the officials’ attention and the provision of monthly scholarships to female students, which helps to foster the spirit of excellence and competition to earn higher degrees in various health courses. The female students also benefited from the science programs and advanced curricula at the college that operate to the highest international standards and expertise.

first line of defense

Hamad Taryam Al Shamsi, Director of the Representative Office of the Ministry of Health and Community Protection in Ajman, stressed the importance of creating attractive incentives for female citizens to study nursing and various medical professions, pointing out the importance of localization of the health sector, and points out that the number of citizens working in the medical field is very small in view of the expansion of the sector.

He pointed out that the medical sector needs to reconsider the salary scale of nursing and professional cadres working in the medical field to pave the way for the resettlement process.

The rise of female citizens

Dr. Mubarak Saeed Al Shamsi, Director-General of the Abu Dhabi Center for Technical and Vocational Training, said Fatima College of Health Sciences, affiliated with the Abu Dhabi Technical Institute, is seeing a rise in female citizens joining its four branches. to close. in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain, Al Dhafra and Ajman, at a rate of about 26%. , which consolidates its major role in providing the medical sector with skilled skills in 6 key medical specialties, namely the bachelor’s degree, the higher diploma, the diploma in nursing, ambulance and emergency services, physiotherapy, radiology and medical imaging, pharmacy and psychology.

He stressed that this issue reflects the extent of the success of leadership initiatives to encourage and attract citizens to study and work in the health sector in the country, given its strategic importance, as confirmed by the Corona pandemic, as the importance of health professions and their vital role in the country and the world, now and in the future, is established.

Emiratization initiatives

Various initiatives and programs have been proposed to produce national competencies specialized in the health sector, including the establishment of Fatima College of Health Sciences, to study various specialized programs, including Bachelor of Nursing, Emergency Medicine, Higher Diploma and Health Assistant diploma, is implemented in collaboration with the Emirati Competitiveness Council.

National powers

Ghannam Al Mazrouei, Secretary-General of the UAE National Competitiveness Council (NAFES), said that the colleges and academies of “Abu Dhabi Technical”, including Fatima College of Health Sciences, acquired excellent national competencies, which could effectively contribute to the increase of Emiratisation rates in private sector institutions that have opened their doors to new graduates of national talents, and benefited from their energy and capabilities, thus increasing the participation rate of the national labor force in the private sector, and its contribution to the development of the labor market and to provide it with the best national competencies.

ambitious plan

Dr. Ahmed Abdel Manan Al Awar, Director-General of the Institute of Applied Technology at Abu Dhabi Technical, confirmed that the administration has an ambitious plan to open new medical and health specialties at the college, and specializations are determined according to scientific and real studies that determine the quality of specializations that the health sector needs now and in the future.Then women are attracted to prepare it according to well-thought-out conditions and international standards that are highly accurate and specialized, as the college strives to be the leading higher education institution to be in the health sector in the country.

He stated that the college enjoys international accreditation, consolidating its global position as a leading and leading institution, and placing it on the list of internationally accredited educational institutions, as the college is always eager for the continuity of quality standards, development and strengthening of relationships. and partnerships, improving the world rankings of universities, attracting and applying international skills, and improving and developing research skills in college.

36 agreements

Dr. Ali Hilal Al-Naqbi, Director of Fatima College of Health Sciences, said the college recently concluded about 36 agreements with government and private health institutions for field training for female students, meeting the latest international standards, and giving them practical experience while working with veteran hospital specialists, in addition to providing them with high-paying jobs after graduation, with competitive salaries and incentives, reflecting the extent to which health care institutions are eager to contract with college graduates, pointing out that it confirms confidence in their excellence and their enjoyment of the necessary competencies in all disciplines.


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