كلية التمريض

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تعد كلية التمريض من أحدث كليات جامعة طرابلس حيث أنشئت بموجب قرار اللجنة الشعبية العامة للتعليم العالي سابقاً رقم 535لسنة 2007 بشأن إعادة هيكلة جامعة الفاتح سابقاً.

تكونت الكلية عند إنشائها من خمس أقسام وهي: قسم أساسيات التمريض، قسم القبالة وحديثي الولادة، قسم الجراحة والعمليات الجراحية، قسم التمريض العام، قسم التخذير والعناية الفائقة.

يتبع نظام الدراسة بالكلية نظام الفصل المفتوح ويضم كل عام دراسي فصلين دراسيين خريف وربيع، وقد بدأت الكلية بقبول الطلاب والتدريس فعلياً مع سنة 2007م وتمنح الكلية درجة الإجازة المتخصصة "الجامعية" في التمريض في التخصصات سالفة الذكر. والحصول على الدرجة يتطلب إنجاز 138 وحدة دراسية على الأقل بنجاح. مدة الدراسة بالكلية ثماني فصول دراسية.

تطمح الكلية إلى افتتاح برامج دراسات عليا مع بداية فصل الخريف 2021-2022.

حقائق حول كلية التمريض

نفتخر بما نقدمه للمجتمع والعالم

7

المنشورات العلمية

19

هيئة التدريس

1030

الطلبة

652

الخريجون

البرامج الدراسية

البكالوريوس في التمريض
تخصص

البرنامج الأساسي لكلية التمريض متمثل في منح الطلاب المتخرجين درجة البكالوريوس. حيثُ تقوم الكلية بإعداد المتخصصين في مجال التمريض وهذه المجالات هي خدمة التمريض، تعليم التمريض، التمريض المهني، التمريض العسكري، التمريض المدرسي.إن البرنامج الدراسي للحصول على درجة البكالوريوس...

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The Use of Multi-Coloured Scrub Suits Attire In Providing Quality Care Among The Paediatric Patients of Tripoli Medical Centre: A Quasi-experimental Study

The study aimed to determine the effect of multi coloured scrub suits on the provision of quality care to paediatric patients. Specifically, this study answered the following questions: 1) What is the paediatric patients’ perception of nurses wearing traditional white uniform? 2) What are the parents of paediatric patients’ perception of nurses wearing traditional white uniform, in terms of: Role Performance, Ability to be reassuring, Ability not to frighten the children, Ability to be fun, Ability to communicate well with children? 3) What is the paediatric patients’ perception of nurses wearing multi coloured scrub suits? 4) What are the parents of paediatric patients’ perception of nurses wearing multi coloured scrub suits, in terms of: Role Performance, Ability to be reassuring, Ability not to frighten the children, Ability to be fun, Ability to communicate well with children? 5) Based on the results of the study, what measures could be formulated for continuous enhancement of providing quality patient care? The findings that the researcher was able to extract from the study were: 1) eighty percent (80%) of the paediatric patient’s have positive perception on nurses wearing traditional uniform while twenty percent (20%) have negative perception. 2) Most of the parents of Paediatric Patients Perception of Nurses Wearing Traditional White Uniform are good, however, the indicator of role performance and ability to be reassuring to patients have a verbal interpretation of fair. 3) All or 100% of the paediatric patients have a positive perception on nurses wearing the multi coloured scrub suits 4) the Parents of Paediatric Patients have a very good perception of Nurses Wearing Multi Coloured Scrub suits and the indicator of role performance and ability to be reassuring to patients have a verbal interpretation of fair. Based on these findings, the researcher was able to conclude that the kind of dress/clothing that the nurse wears during duty formed part of the environment and therefore has a great impact in provision of quality of care. This could be depicted from the results of the study where the perception of paediatric patient’s rose from 2.55 or fair to 3.07 or good after wearing the multi coloured scrub suits.
Maria Cristina Arboleda-Tinay(1-2013)
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A Correlational Study on the Effect of National Crisis on the Mental Health of Students at the Faculty of Nursing, Tripoli Libya and their Academic Performance

The study aimed to determine the relationship of the effects of the national crisis on the mental of the students and their academic performance. Specifically, this study aimed to answer the following questions: 1.)What are the effects of the National crisis on the Mental Health of the students per semester level? 2.)What are the academic performance of the students per semester level? 3.)Is there a significant relationship between the effect of the national crisis on the mental health status of the students at the Faculty of Nursing and their academic performance? The findings that the researcher was able to extract from the study were: 1) The effects of the National crisis on the mental health of the students disclosed the same verbal interpretation of “A good bit of the time” for all semester levels. It is surprising to note that the summary from all semester levels is the same. Indeed it can be said that the mental health of the students although not greatly affected, there’s still some effects that could be seen and that it doesn’t matter which semesters they are currently in. 2) The academic performance of the students disclosed that semester 8 have a verbal interpretation of “Very Good”, semesters 3, 5, 6 and 7 as “Good” and semesters 1, 2 and 4 as “Fair”. The academic performance of the students are not the same for semester 1-8. It is more difficult for the lower years like semester 1, 2 and 4 to adapt as they revealed an overall interpretation of “Fair”. And only students at the last semester was able to get the verbal interpretation of “Very Good”. It is worthwhile to note that as the student progresses, the more likely for them to cope with their academic performance. 3) Statistical evidence shows that an r= 0.26 shows a positive weak relationship among variables. Though it’s not that high, indeed, the mental health of the students can be a predictor to their academic performance.
Maria Cristina Arboleda-Tinay(8-2021)
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A study on the level of awareness of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students at the University of Tripoli on the myths and facts on Corona Virus (COVID – 19)

The study aimed to determine the level of awareness of Bachelor of Science in Nursing Students at the University of Tripoli on the myths & facts on coronavirus (COVID – 19). Specifically, this study answered the following questions: 1)What are the Students’ Demographic profile in terms of Gender and Age? 2) What are the Students’ level of awareness of the myths & facts on coronavirus (COVID-19)? 3) Based on the results of the study, what measures can be formulated to increase the level of awareness of the students on coronavirus (COVID-19). The findings that the researcher was able to extract from the study were: 1) the frequency and percentage of the student’s demographic profile in terms of Gender, shows that female are mostly dominant which is 53 or 66.25% while the male is 27 or 33.75%. In terms of Age, where mostly belongs to the category of 21-23 years of age with 38 respondents or 47.5%, 18-20 years of age, 37 or 46.25% and 24-26 which is 5 or 6.25%.2) the results of the frequency and percentage of the Student’s level of awareness on the Facts and Myths of COVID-19 reveals that mostly 81.40% are aware of the facts on COVID-19, 16.71% are unaware and 1.87% are undecided. Predominantly, 50.20% of students answered “YES” on Myths on COVID-19 making them unaware of the Myths, 46.04% are aware and 3.75% are undecided 3) The measures that could be formulated to increase the level of awareness of the students are to conduct information dissemination campaign through symposiums, research forums and the use of IEC materials. Based on these findings, the researcher was able to conclude that the University of Tripoli - Faculty of Nursing are aware of the FACTS on COVID-19, however, it is worthwhile to note that misconceptions are high on the MYTHS aspect thus there is really an urgent need to correct these misconceptions so as to contribute on measures to end this pandemic. arabic 37 English 128
Maria Cristina Arboleda-Tinay, Dr. Ebtisam Ayad Ben Omran, Evelyn Macasieb, Leonora Tilda Lesaca, Jane Fabian, Lamour Laureta, Joyce Juanita De Vera(1-2020)
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