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We will be posting policies that still require approval. 

You will be requested to vote on the approval of each policy. 

The self development module is designed to encourage the students to build on more individual strengths and to overcome challenges, the concepts and strategies in the modules have been developed from evidence based psychological practice, primarily Cognitive-Behavior Therapy (CBT). CBT is a type of psychotherapy that is based on the theory that unhelpful negative emotions and behaviors are strongly influenced by problematic cognition (thoughts).

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The wellness course is a service offered to GTNI’s students aiming to foster their Psychological wellbeing (PWB) that increases social connectedness, enhances life satisfaction and improves physical health (Bowman & Kitayama, 2009; Ryff, 2008 annt5) and hence positively affect student success, achievement and performance, and satisfaction within the institute.

The Course focuses to introduce positive psychological aspects important for easing their transition to the challenging higher education setting they are asked to be part of.

Anatomy and Physiology BIO105

General Microbiology BIO108

Course Description

 

The focus of the first nursing course is health promotion, restoration and maintenance. The health promotion and maintenance focus addresses basic need satisfaction; e.g., safety, oxygenation, hygiene, food and fluid, rest, activity and elimination.  The health restoration focus addresses the nursing actions precipitated by selected adult patients experiencing pain, inflammation, infection, surgery, alterations in oxygenation and mobility status.  Communication, basic research skills, informatics and technology, a philosophy of caring, and ethical/legal standards of practice are presented as essential to professional role development.

 

The course introduces the student to the major categories of patient needs: Safe, Effective Care Environment, Health Promotion and Maintenance, Psychosocial Integrity and Physiological Integrity.  The concepts of adaptation, nursing process, communication, clinical reasoning and evidence-based practice are included in the design, along with the Nurse of the Future Concepts, Skills and ACEN Core Values. 

 

The concurrent clinical component of the course provides the students the opportunity to participate in collaboration with the inter-professional team, appreciate the micro/macrosystem of the care environment and to begin to contribute to quality improvement.

 

Evaluation of course/outcome achievement by the student and faculty provide mutual feedback.  The process of self-evaluation promotes self-understanding and professional development.    


English Language EN103

- In the middle of the busy world and the high expectation of the higher educational settings, Mindfulness practices will help you learn how to be there in the present moment. It calls you to enjoy the moment rather than being pre-occupied with thinking about the past or anxious about the future.

Mindfulness has 5 core features, that helps you to be:

  •        Observing
  •        Describing
  •        Participating Fully
  •        Being Non Judgmental
  •       Focusing on one thing at a time


Family Focused Nursing Practice NU201

English Language EN106

This course explores the philosophical theories and ethical principles used in approaching ethical problems in nursing and healthcare.  The focus of the course is on the ethical challenges of the contemporary world, focusing on those related to the healthcare setting.  Stress is placed on skill development in ethical reflection and analysis. 


An introductory course to explore the role of the professional nurse in the ever-changing health care system with a view to empowering and solidifying that role.  Students explore the challenges and opportunities inherent in professional nursing including, but not limited to, advances in nursing practice and role development, the increased use of technology in practice, ethics and legal issues in practice, concepts critical to leadership, interdisciplinary collaboration and systems thinking, and the increasing role of theory and research in advancing the profession and providing quality, safe patient care.  Activities include values clarification, portfolio development, seminar leadership, group activities, and/or on-line assignments.

By the successful completion of this internship period, the graduate is expected to fulfill the objectives of the programme and will be awarded the certificate as a Technical Nurse as per Ministry of Higher Education.

We will be posting policies that still require approval. 

You will be requested to vote on the approval of each policy. 

 In this section, you will be able to find all new student-related policies that have been initially approved and are undergoing a piloting phase of one Academic year starting 1st of September 2018. Please note that the policies on this page override any previously published policies. 

In this section, you will find the latest approved governance documents including 

  1. GTNI  Organization Structure
  2. GTNI Faculty Organization By-laws
  3. GTNI Internal By-laws 2009

In this section, you will be able to find all new Institute-wide administrative policies that have been initially approved and are undergoing a piloting phase of one Academic year starting 1st of September 2018. Please note that the policies on this page override any previously published policies. The policies in this section are only accessible to GTNI employees. 

In this section, you will be able to find all new employee policies that have been initially approved and are undergoing a piloting phase of one year starting each policy's date of commencement. Please note that the policies on this page override any previously published policies. The policies in this section are only accessible to GTNI employees. 

Here you will find all faculty organization committees' reports since the start of committees' operations in Spring 2018. 


Our Dearest students, 

On this page you will find all the scheduled quantitative surveys for your class. In order to know when you are going to receive the surveys please check your batch's schedule and look for your group.

The schedule covers all quantitative surveys (that you will receive by e-mail), in case you don't receive a survey on a scheduled day please directly refer to Ms. Nesma Mansour  by e-mail (nesma.mahmoud@elgounanursing.com) or Ms. Sylvia Saber (Sylvia.saber@elgounanursing.com) to help fix the problem, or just pass by our offices. 

Please note that the computer lab is booked for your batch to complete the survey.

  • Prep: Sundays 3:00-4:00
  • 102:  Wednesdays 4:00- 4:30
  • 202: Tuesdays 12:45-13:15