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Community Health NursingCommunity Health Nursing1
The Community Health Nursing Department was established in 1998. It includes three sections: Mental Health Nursing, Community Health Nursing, and the Management leadership. It receives students in their third and fourth academic year and offers them courses regarding the main concepts in community and mental health and Management leadership nursing. In addition, the department provides an excellent learning environment that allows active participation in the community. The curricula in the department are community-based, with strong emphasis on cultural competency and evidence-based practice.

 Recognizing that ethnic community has unique health beliefs and practices, the department prepares students who can adapt care to specific health needs. Through course work, clinical practice prepares students to address the health needs of our increasingly diverse and rapidly changing society. The department members are involved in various research projects that focus mainly on the primary health care aspects and are also active participants in conferences, workshops, and symposia locally and abroad, and most take advantage of the various research and exchange programs between the University and other international academic and health institutions.​
  
Clinical NursingClinical Nursing2

The Clinical Nursing Department was established in 1998. The Department includes the Adult Health Nursing Section. The department is committed to provide students with recent knowledge and practice in nursing.  The department is dedicated to use knowledge of fundamentals of nursing, caring of adult clients, and caring of critically ill patients. It create new knowledge through close studies of relevant population and disseminate this knowledge to various communities through utilizing critical thinking, therapeutic communication, management, consultative, and advanced skills in the exercise of professional responsibilities.

 The department members are not only involved in teaching, but also in specialized research and community services and are also active participants in conferences, workshops, and symposia locally and abroad, and most take advantage of the various research and exchange programs between the University and other international academic and health institutions.

 

 

  
Maternal and Child Health NursingMaternal and Child Health Nursing3
The Maternal and Child Health Nursing Department was established in 1998. The Department includes two sections: The Maternal Health Nursing and the Child and Adolescence Health Nursing. It is devoted to promote mothers' and children's health and well-being. The department care about teaching evidence based nursing care and work collaboratively to conduct research to answer questions and solve problems in maternal and child health nursing field. The department work to expand its expertise and knowledge to include regional and international activities in conducting, attending, and participating in national, regional and international conferences, and in reviewing research papers for highly-esteemed international nursing journals. Faculty in this department believes that maternal health is the basis for family well-being and thus the Jordanian community wellness at large. 

The department members are active in teaching the theory and practice of nursing, research conduction and community services. They are active participants in conferences, workshops, and symposia locally and abroad, and most take advantage of the various research and exchange programs between the University and other international academic and health institutions.