SUMMARY OF ACAMEMIC ACHEIVEMENT
- Secondary school 1987/88
- General Certificate of Secondary Education (GCSE)
- Islamic Education B, English language B, Arabic language B, Maths C,
Physics C, Biology B.
Professional Registerable Qualification
:: Registered General Nurse 1993, Buckingham College of
Nursing and Midwifery /Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
FURTHER AND HIGHER EDUCATION
:: BTEC /Continuing Education Certificate in Management
:: English National Board (ENB) 998 Teaching and
assessing in Clinical Practice 1996.
:: ENB (371) Nursing Patients with Spinal Cord Lesions 1996.
:: ENB (913) The Care and Rehabilitation of Physically Disabled People
:: Manual and Handling Trainer (1998)
Other Professional Qualification:
- Diploma of Higher Education in Nursing Midwifery
- BA (HON) ,ENB High Award in Health Care Practice .1999
- MSc in Professional Practice (Healthcare ) 2003
- Post Graduate Certificate in Higher Education
Professional Employment Record
1/3/04-till now -
Buckinghamshire Chilterns University College -
1/2/03-1/3/04 - University of
Luton - H Grade Practice Educator
01/02/01- 1/2/03 - Stoke Mandeville Hospital
- G grade Practice Development Nurse
01/12/99-2001 - Stoke Mandeville Hospital -
F Grade Staff Nurse
01/10/95-30/11/99 - Stoke Mandeville Hospital - E Grade
Full Time Staff Nurse
01/10/93-01/11/95 - Stoke Mandeville Hospital - D
grade /Full time Staff Nurse
Secondment with the University of Luton for one year
99/00 to be modular leader for the Acute Spinal Nursing ,involved in
validation/moderation of course content as well as offering tutorial to
students and marking their assignment .
Further Professional Development
Organiser of national study days for the
multidisciplinary team in managing spinal cord injuries at the acute
Member of an editorial board and proof reader of
text in developing a web page for spinal cord injury patients
National &International Presentations
- Day Of Opportunity 99 - Clinical Supervision in
- International Trauma Conference 00 Safe Transfers of Spinal Patients
- Multidisciplinary Association of Spinal Cord Injury Professional –
Audit of Transferring spinal patients from general hospitals to spinal
- Day of Opportunity 00- Clinical Governance
- Guttaman Spinal Conference 01- Guidelines for Transferring Spinal
- International Medical Society of Paraplegia 01 – Integrated Care
Pathways for Management of Autonomic Dysreflexia.
- Day of Opportunity Conference 02- Management of Spinal Injured
Patients in District General Hospital.
- International Medical Society of Paraplegia 02- Complication of
Delayed admission to spinal injuries centres.
- International Medical Society of Paraplegia 02- Maintaining Optimal
Nutrition in Children with Spinal Cord Injury.
- Spinal Injuries Association 02 Coping with the Distressed individual
(SCI Patients and their Family).
- Day of Opportunity 03 Nurses Experience in caring for clients from
ethnic minority clients
- International Medical Society of Paraplegia 03 Causes of Delayed
admissions to Spinal Injuries centres.
- International Medical Society of Paraplegia 03 Spinal Cord Injuries
Rehabilitation in the Middle East
- Guttaman Spinal Conference 05 The potential for Domiciliary Visits by
Telenursing in Spinal Injuries
- International Medical Society of Paraplegia The potential for
Domiciliary Visits by Telenursing in Spinal Injuries
- Ulm spinal unit in Germany examining aspects of
rehabilitation between England and Germany in relation to the management
of spinal cord injury and disability in general
- AL-AGOZAH Spinal Unit: conducted a short course for
nursing patients with spinal injuries for nursing staff.
- Ibin AlNafees Hospital in Syria: Short course for
nursing and rehabilitation of children with CP