The Medical University of Bahrain organizes the Day of Preparing the College of Nursing for the Labor Market

The Medical University of Bahrain organizes the Day of Preparing the College of Nursing for the Labor Market
The Medical University of Bahrain organizes the Day of Preparing the College of Nursing for the Labor Market
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Under the patronage of Dr. Maryam Al Jalahma, CEO of the National Health Regulatory Authority (NHRA), the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland – Medical University of Bahrain (RCSI Bahrain) hosted a group of visitors and guests on the occasion of the Nursing College Labor Market Preparation Day, through which it seeks to prepare Nursing students in the final year to immediately join the labor market and be informed of the opportunities available to develop themselves. The event was attended on behalf of Her Excellency Dr. Maryam Al-Jalahma, Dr. Zubaida Al-Sheikh, Consultant in Human Medicine and Head of the Health Professions Regulation Department at the National Health Regulatory Authority.

This day is organized annually in cooperation between the College of Nursing and Midwifery and the Office of Career Guidance and Alumni Affairs at the university, with the aim of providing nursing students who are about to graduate with information about available jobs in the field of nursing and midwifery and future educational opportunities. Professor Alfred Nicholson, Vice President for Academic Affairs of the Medical University of Bahrain, kicked off the event with an introductory speech to more than 120 nursing students soon to join the workforce. In this context, Professor Nicholson said: “At the Medical University of Bahrain, we are keen to provide nursing students during their study years with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed and make a positive impact. to a specialized profession after their graduation.

Dr. Fariba Al-Derazi, Consultant Nursing and Health Workforce Development, delivered the keynote speech, during which she reviewed the main milestones in her career, stressing the importance of lifelong learning and professional development, the necessity of balancing life and work, and the importance of cooperation between specialists with regard to nursing care and practice. Dr. Hussain Naseef, Senior Lecturer and Head of the Bachelor of Nursing Program at the Medical University of Bahrain, gave a presentation that included a set of tips and strategies for students to develop their career in nursing. Mr. Ahmed Farag, Registrar of Nursing Professions at the National Health Regulatory Authority, also discussed the topic of “licensing the practice of nursing in Bahrain” and the steps that students must follow to obtain their license to practice the profession after graduation.

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To discuss learning opportunities after graduation, Mrs. Fatima Ibrahim, a graduate of the Faculty of Nursing and Midwifery at the Medical University of Bahrain (class of 2015), and Dr. Khadija Matrook, a nursing lecturer at the university and a graduate and postgraduate student of the Royal College of Surgeons in Dublin, shared with the students their extensive experience in pursuing postgraduate studies. in nursing, after receiving grants from the Fulbright Graduate Development Program and the Delmon Scholarship Program in the field of scientific research. Ms. Kashour Reda, who holds a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing (class of 2022), returned to the Medical University of Bahrain to share her experience and guidance on the licensing exam to practice with the students. The day concluded with a presentation by Ms. Rita Feghali, Customer Success Manager at LinkedIn MENA on resume writing and ways to use LinkedIn to help students network and advance their careers.

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The employment rate for graduates of the Bachelor of Nursing program from the Medical University of Bahrain is 96.4%, as graduates have wide opportunities to work inside and outside Bahrain.

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