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Dr Jo Lidster is the Deputy Head of Nursing and Midwifery, at Sheffield Hallam University. She is responsible for the Department’s post graduate and international portfolio. This includes working closely with stakeholders and practice partners to develop a quality learning experience. Jo leads on learning, teaching and assessment developments for the Department as well as supporting placement learning initiatives. She has had a number of key roles including leading research and innovation and research informed teaching developments as well as course leader roles. Jo is an adult nurse and prior to working in education worked in and managed acute and critical care settings. She teaches on a range of undergraduate and postgraduate courses in the areas of research methods and evidence based practice, health care education and supporting learners in practice. Jo’s research interests include nurses' professional identity and their transition into new roles.
Dr. Aboul-Enein began his nursing career in Saudi Arabia working in primary care. He held several positions, including staff nurse on a renal transplant unit, nurse practitioner in triage services, senior instructor, hospital staff development and administrative supervisor, associate director responsible for highly successful overall performance and outcomes for multiple units, organization-wide programs, performed while working within academic community hospitals and organizations. In addition, he has taught at several universities at undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels, both online and in the classroom. Dr. Aboul-Enein has published in numerous peer-reviewed publications including the Journal of Public Health and International Journal of Nursing Practice. He has published two books in the area of health care management and health care history. He has conducted many presentations, internationally and nationally. Dr. Aboul-Enein was a nurse practitioner reserve officer in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps reserve with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. He has won numerous awards such as the Spirit of Nursing award from the U.S. Army Nurse Corps and the Best Nurses award in 2006 from the Texas Nurses Association. Dr. Aboul-Enein is a Fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives, Fellow of the National Academy of Practice- Nurse Scholar and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health. He is an experienced health care leader with expertise in innovative program development and health care strategy.
Jamews Okeya A.I.C Kijabe hospital, as a critical care nurse-in pediatric ICU. In Nairobi, Kenya
Alice Jane Haines has obtained her BSN from West Virginia Wesleyan College and her Master of Science in Nursing Education and Doctor of Nursing Practice from the University of Pittsburgh. She is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Acute and Tertiary Care at the University of Pittsburgh. She has worked for 33 years in Nursing and has 25 years of Nursing Education experience. She has also worked as a Staff Nurse for more than 5 years on a Lung Transplant Step-down Unit. Caring for Lung Transplant recipients and their caregivers is truly her passion.
She graduated in first place from Hacettepe University in 1989. She won the İhsan Dogramacı Superior Merit Award and Science Incentive Award. She earned her pilot’s license from Republic of Turkey Ministry of Transport. She studied about counseling on assisted reproductive techniques at Liverpool Women’s Hospital Reproductive Medicine Unit in United Kingdom on the British Council Research Scholarship. She earned a certificate in management and leadership in nursing. She is an active member of Thematic Network leadership work group. She studied as a research scholar at Kent State University College of Nursing in 2006 for 3 months. In 2007, she worked on a project named “Development of Leadership Skills in Nursing Doctoral Students” at University of Michigan Faculty of Nursing on an international research scholarship which was supported by International Network for Doctoral Education in Nursing (INDEN) and Sigma Theta Tau and provided to only three people around the world every year. She worked as a research assistant at Hacettepe University School of Nursing in the Maternity and Women's Health Nursing Division from 1990 to 1997. She was promoted to assistant professor in 1998, associate professor in 2006 and professor in 2012. She worked as a Co-Head of Nursing Department, Erasmus Department Coordinator, Head of Strategic Planning Group and board member of Hacettepe University Women’s Research and Implementation Center (HUWRICH) between 2009 and 2011. Her interest subjects are sexuality and reproductive health and management and leadership. She is member of national and international nurse’s organizations such as INDEN and Sigma Theta Tau. She has been working as a Director of Nursing Services at Hacettepe University Hospitals between 2012-2016 and Founding Dean of Faculty of Nursing. She has published more than 70 papers, 15 grant projects, eight books as an editor and author, and more than 100 presentation in the national and international congress. She is also invited speaker more than 60 congress and symposium. She has working as a Dean Faculty of Health Science and Director of Nursing of MLPCare in Istinye University