In honor of Dr. Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, the spokesperson of the Ministry of Health and Population, the Ambassador of the State of Bahrain, and the artist, Manal Salama
Dr. Sherif Refaat, vice president of the University, congratulates the students and parents and confirms: We are working to develop students’ skills and abilities and prepare them for the labor market.
Dr.. Nevin Samir, Dean of the College of Nursing: We achieve academic standards and prepare scientifically and professionally qualified cadres
Dr.. Hanan Gweifel, Dean of the College of Applied Health Sciences: We have provided an appropriate educational environment for innovation and creativity to graduate specialists at the highest level in the fields of radiology and medical imaging
In a grand and impressive ceremony, Misr University of Science and Technology celebrated the graduation of a new group of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and the Faculty of Nursing, of the students of the academic year 2021-2022. Community and Environmental Development, Dr. Nevin Samir, and dr. Hanan Gweifel, dean of the College of Applied Health Sciences.
On the sidelines of the ceremony, Misr University of Science and Technology dr. Fatima Al-Sharqawi, the Foundation for Applied Health Sciences at Misr University of Science and Technology, dr. Honorable Hossam Abdel Ghaffar, spokesman for the Ministry of Health and Population, the ambassador of the State of Bahrain, Dr. Hisham Muhammad bin Al-Jowder, the artist Manal Salama, and dr. Sahar Suleiman Musa, Director Hospital 57357, and Kawthar Mohamed, Head of the Nursing Syndicate.
Dr. Sherif Refaat, Vice President of Misr University for Science and Technology, said that nowadays the university is witnessing the graduation of its students in more than one specialty, and this is a matter of pride, explaining that the university family celebrates the graduation of the Faculty Nursing and the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences together, in a ceremony to crown the graduates of the two faculties, especially And that the graduation ceremonies are considered a coronation day for all students for their efforts during their studies,” the graduates emphasize not to interrupting relationship with the university, pointing out that this stage is the stage of renewing the relationship with the university, especially since the University of Egypt does not abandon its children in view of the provision of employment forums held annually does not take place. In cooperation with success partners who trust the university graduate and know his ability, congratulations to all the honorable parents, you have entrusted us and we hope that we will meet your expectations“.
Dr. welcomed. Sherif Refaat, together with the participants who were eager to share the joy of the students in the graduation ceremony of the students of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences and the Faculty of Nursing, Misr University of Science and Technology..
While dr. Nevin Samir, Dean of the Faculty of Nursing, congratulated the students and parents, welcomed the guests of the ceremony and said that the Faculty of Nursing at the Misr University of Science and Technology aims to provide students with knowledge, skills and moral values . , and this goal is achieved by attracting elite faculty members while benefiting from programs Advanced educational preparation to prepare students for their professional careers, whether in medical and surgical nursing, critical care and emergency nursing, obstetrics and gynecology, pediatric nursing, psychiatric nursing and mental health, the ultimate goal is to meet the needs of the local and regional labor market in the health sectors, as well as to provide scientific research that serves the community and keeps pace with Current and future requirements according to quality standards.
Dr added. Nevin said that the college graduate has an amazing level of knowledge, explaining that the college is developing the students’ skills and abilities and preparing them for the labor market through modern strategies in teaching and learning, which the strengthen culture of self and continuous reinforcement. education, balancing knowledge and skill, and updating and developing educational programs and courses to meet the national academic reference standards. Development of the capabilities of faculty members and the supporting body in the educational, research and technological fields. Strengthening partnership with community institutions to train students and graduates and qualify them for the labor market Encouragement and motivation of the surrounding community service with a focus on projects of a research nature, while the scientific and research partnership at local, regional and international level be strengthened. Provision of technical support For graduates, follow up on the problems they face in the labor market and help them find appropriate solutions.
In the same context, Dr. Hanan Gweifel, dean of the Faculty of Applied Health Sciences, Misr University of Science and Technology, said they aim to improve students’ abilities in effective professional communication and communication with colleagues, patients, the community and members. of the health team, and increase health awareness by strengthening students’ leadership role in the community and their participation in improving the quality of health care and keeping up with professional developments, preparing professional cadres who possess the required morals and professional ethics, believes in the values of craftsmanship and honesty, and is able to adapt and work in a team spirit, preparing cadres who are able to communicate effectively as members of a cooperative professional team in different societies, and the preparation of advanced curricula aligned with international curricula in healthcare technology.
Misr University of Science and Technology is one of the oldest and first private universities in Egypt as it celebrated its silver jubilee and the passage of 25 years since its recent establishment. The prestigious universities that are emulated by their reputation and the efficiency of their graduates.