Dean of Nursing Zagazig: We have ambitious professional programs for rehabilitation and training of non-working for the nursing profession To solve the problem of shortage in the labor market at the level of Egypt and Arab countries
We have ambitious professional programs for the development of the nursing profession at Zagazig University, and in all of Egypt, where professional programs will start for non-professionals in the nursing profession, where the graduates of the faculties of science and commerce will be trained for two years professionally and intensively so as to develop the profession and solve the problem of shortage in the labor market and increase the economic potential of Egypt to meet The Arab and Gulf needs of Egyptian nursing.
This was announced by Dr. Amal Dakhakhni, Dean of the Faculty of Nursing Zagazig University during the seminar, which was organized by the College in cooperation with the Strategic Planning Unit of the university through a series of seminars in faculties to spread the axes of the Japanese experience in education in the presence of Dr. Amina Saad Vice Dean for Graduate Studies and Research, Dr. Eman Shokry, Vice Dean for Education and Student Affairs, Director of the Quality Assurance Unit in the College, in addition to the heads of departments and faculty members, and a distinguished collection of staff in the administrative system and students.
For his part,Dr. Abdul Latif Al-Murr, Professor of Public Health and director of the Strategic Planning Unit at the university, praised with the support of Dr. Khalid Abd El-Bary, the University President for the planning file, and explained the importance of cooperation in the development of plans and that the plan stems from the departments and units of the College and To be represented students and staff with faculty members, noting to the importance of supporting students to the college to achieve a distinguished position after graduation As Dr. Murr pointed out during his presentation to the axes of the Japanese experience that what distinguishes the Japanese experience is the planning and the accuracy of the application of strategic objectives and turn them into medium goals and objectives of the short-term with the development of performance indicators KPI, pointing to the importance of the coherence with community and touch the needs and analyzed carefully in addition to the high budget for higher education.He also pointed to the distinctive developmental qualities that characterize the Japanese citizen of precision and discipline. Dr. Murr also noted the need to develop a card for the balanced performance of the College and for the sections Balanced Score Cards that can even provide efforts, time and budget for the development of the college as a whole.
The meeting ended with an open meeting, moderated by Dr. Nabila Salem, director of the faculty planning unit with faculty members and students, answered questions about financial support for scientific research, especially those published internationally.
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