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					Mohammad Y N Saleh
RN, PhD.
Amman-Jordan
Tel (Work) 00962 6 5355000 (Ext. 23155)

E-mail:     m.saleh@ju.edu.jo




Summary of
Qualifications             RN, Dip Nursing, B.Sc., Dip Clinical
                           Instruction, MSN, PhD.



                            PhD, 2007, De Montfort University, Leicester, UK.
                            MSN, 1998, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
                            Dip Clinical Instruction, 1995, MOH, Amman, Jordan
                            B.Sc., 1995, University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan
                            Dip. Nursing, 1990, MOH, Amman, Jordan



Current position           RN, PhD/ Adult Health-Nursing Tissue Viability
                           Assistance Professor/ Clinical Nursing Department
                           Head of Adult Clinical Nursing section
                           Faculty of Nursing
                           University of Jordan




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Professional   2007 to present     Assistance Professor/ Clinical Nursing
                                   Department - University of Jordan
Experiences
               2003 – 2007       PhD student at De Montfort University,
               Leicester, UK


               2003 – 2007       Wound Care Coordinator at Riyadh
               Military Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Responsible for
               set up of wound care management system and
               multidisciplinary committee.


               Feb 2003 – July 2003 Assistant Medical Director for
               Nursing Affairs at Specialty Hospital, Amman, Jordan.
               Responsible for managing Nursing Administration and
               different nursing teams.


               July 2002- Feb 2003 RN (Medical-Surgical) Work Base
               Resources Agency, Reading, UK


               1998- 2002 In charge of Training and Education
               Department at Specialty Hospital, Amman, Jordan.
               Responsible for staff development programme and
               training of B.Sc. students.


               1999- 2002 Clinical Instructor for B.Sc. students (part
               time) at Al Zaytoonah University, Amman, Jordan
               1996- 1998 Tutor at the Clinical Instructor Programme,
               MOH, Amman, Jordan




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                            1995- 1996 Clinical Instructor (Medical-Surgical
                            Wards), MOH, Jordan


                            1992- 1995 RN (OR), MOH, Jordan


                            1991-1992 RN (OR), Royal Medical Services, Jordan


Teaching Areas
                            Adult Health Nursing
                            Fundamentals of Nursing
                            Fundamentals of Nursing for Doctor of Pharmacy
                            Critical Care Nursing (Master Program)
                            Nursing Tissue Viability
                            Wound care management
                            Pressure Ulcer Prevention
                            Risk Assessment and Risk management
                            Nursing Research (Master program)
                            Statistics for Health Care Research (Master Program)
                            Knowledge, Education, and Empowerment of nurses and
                            nurse students


Research –Based
work and Publications


       Saleh YNM (2003) Comprehensive wound management survey -RMH-
       Saudi Arabia. Insight RKH News 1(1), 2-3.



       Saleh YNM, Parboteeah S., Anthony D., (2006) (Pressure Ulcer Prevalence and
       Incidence among Hospitalised Patients at Riyadh Military Hospital – Saudi




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Arabia from 2003 to 2006). Insight. RKH News.
http://www.rmh.med.sa/nursing/index_files/insight/.


Saleh YNM, Parboteeah S., Anthony D. (2006). Pressure Ulcer Prevalence and
Incidence among Hospitalised Patients at Riyadh Military Hospital – Saudi
Arabia from 2003 to 2006. Poster presentation at the 9th. EPUAP Meeting,
Berlin-Germany 2006.



Anthony D., Parboteeah S., Saleh YNM, Papanikolou P. (2007) Norton,
Waterlow and Braden scores: A review of the literature and comparison
between the scores and clinical judgment. Journal of Clinical Nursing. 17, 646-
653.


Mohammad YN Saleh (2007). The impact of pressure ulcer risk assessment on
patient outcomes among hospitalised patients at Riyadh Military Hospital –
Saudi Arabia. Doctoral Thesis. The School of Nursing and Midwifery-De
Montfort University- U.K.


Parboteeah S. and Saleh YNM (2007) Is there adjunctive protective effect of
using skin barrier creams on patients’ outcomes in terms of Pressure Ulcer (PU)
incidence rate among hospitalised patients?. Poster presented at the Third
Congress of the World Healing Societies, June 4-8, 2008. Toronto, Canada


Saleh YNM, Anthony D., Parboteeah S. (2008). The impact of PU risk
assessment on patient outcomes among hospitalised patients.           Journal of
Clinical Nursing 18, 1923-1929.

Anthony D., Parboteeah S. & Saleh MYN (2010). Do risk assessment scales for
pressure ulcers work?. Journal of Tissue Viability. (In Press).




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Conferences


       Saleh YNM (2004) Wound Care: The System Building at RKH. Insight RKH
       News 1(1), 3-4. The 1st. International Nursing Conference, Riyadh, Saudi
       Arabia

       Saleh YNM (2005) Topical Negative Pressure Therapy in Wound Management:
       Case presentation. Insight RKH News 2 (5), 4. The 2nd. International Nursing
       Conference, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia



       Saleh YNM (2006) Risk Assessment Tools vs. Clinical Judgment in Predicting
       Patients at Risk of Pressure Ulcer Development. Insight RKH News 3 (2), 3. The
       3d. International Nursing Conference, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia



       Saleh YNM (2006) Topical Silver-Based Dressings in Wound Care: A Clinical
       Perspective. Insight RKH News 3 (2), 4. The 3d.. International Nursing
       Conference, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
.

       Saleh YNM, Parboteeah S., Anthony D. (2006). Pressure Ulcer Prevalence and
       Incidence among Hospitalised Patients at Riyadh Military Hospital – Saudi
       Arabia from 2003 to 2006. 9th. EPUAP Meeting, Berlin-Germany 2006.



       Saleh YNM, Parboteeah S., Anthony D. (2007) Is there a difference of using
       Risk Assessment scales (RASs) and Clinical Judgment on patients’ outcomes in
       terms of Pressure Ulcer (PU) incidence rate among hospitalised patients?.
       Poster presented at the Third Congress of the World Healing Societies, June 4-
       8, 2008. Toronto, Canada.




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         Mohammad YN Saleh. (2008). Is there a Difference of Using Risk Assessment
         Scales (RASs) and Clinical Judgment on Patients’ Outcomes in Terms of
         Pressure Ulcer (PU) Incidence Rate among Hospitalized Patients. The Second
         International JNC Nursing Conference. April,22-23d., 2008, Amman-Jordan.



Future Research
                                 Social Judgment Theory in exploring pressure ulcer
                                  management practices
                                 The effects of pain on pressure ulcer development
                                  among hospitalised patients
                                 The effects of nurses’ experience compared with risk
                                   assessment scales on patient outcomes in terms of
                                   pressure ulcer incidence in Jordanian hospitals
                                The effects of using skin barrier creams on pressure
                                  ulcer development
                                Nurses’ knowledge and attitudes towards wound
                                   management practices
                                Woman’s Health
                                Undergraduate students' interaction with academic
                                  Staff
                                Student nurses' patterns in defining nursing
                                Patients' perceptions of wound VAC system vs.
                                  modern and traditional wound dressings
                                Professor's Commitment
                                Student nurses' perception of nursing as a profession
                                Parent's needs in hospital stay
                                Effectiveness of preceptor ship program




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Professional          Jordanian Council for Nurses and Midwives, Amman,

commitments           Jordan


                      Tissue Viability Society, Salisbury, UK.


                      European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP),
                      Oxford, UK.




Professional skills     Arabic and English Languages (speaking, reading
                         and writing)


                        Managing data using Excel


                        Creating and managing large documents


                        Word processing and Power Point skills


                        Literature search strategies, using nursing data bases and
                        reference management


                        SPSS skills


                         Post graduate students supervision and proof reading
                         skills


                         Wound Management clinical skills




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