• General Nursing Orientation Program

An introductory program that provides new nurses with basic information about the work environment. Its aim is to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical aspects, enhance knowledge, skills, values, and essential job-related attitudes required for safe and effective job performance to ensure adherence to job responsibilities and duties.
  • CNE Credit System

This nursing program requires attending or completing a certain number of continuous nursing education activities, including workshops, seminars, and scientific meetings, with nurses accumulating 20 educational units as an integral part of the annual evaluation.
  • Competence Based System

Under this program, nursing staff are allowed to perform practical tasks related to patient care after successfully acquiring a set of competencies based on international recommendations and hospital-approved policies. The program aims to ensure patient safety and the sustainability of high-quality nursing practices.
  • (Critical Care Specialization)Residency Program

This program aims to train specialized nurses in critical care. It extends throughout an entire year during which the nurse receives various types of hands-on training with patients. The program also includes continued education activities under a detailed plan and supervision of experienced nurses in the critical care field.
  • Endoscopy Nursing Program

This competency-based program is specialized in preparing nurses with skills and competence in diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy. It aims to prepare nurses, both academically and practically, to work in the diagnostic and therapeutic endoscopy unit, which includes procedures such as esophagogastroduodenoscopy, colonoscopy, and others.
  • Oncology Nurse Coordinator

This program aims to prepare specialized nurses with multiple and specialized competencies in planning and coordinating care for cancer patients. It ensures compliance with physicians' orders, policies, and procedures while facilitating the safe and efficient transfer of patients between different services medically, administratively, and temporally.
  • Critical Care Program

This program consists of a series of scientific meetings, workshops, and simulation-based training designed to develop nurses involved in the scientific and practical aspects of intensive care. It aims to equip qualified nurses to work in intensive care units.
  • Grand Round

Grand Round meetings provide a forum for the exchange of clinical experiences and best nursing practices in their institutions. It acknowledges their unique contributions to the nursing profession by presenting and discussing unique medical cases or those requiring intensive medical and nursing interventions.
  • Journal Club

The aim of this forum is to enhance nursing knowledge and research writing skills. It offers an opportunity to discuss different research methodologies, structures, and critique them according to clear evaluation criteria. It helps lead nurses in the field of research to find the most relevant research to their interests and encourages them to publish their research in well-known journals.