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Mental and psychiatric Health Branch publishes graduate research groups

The Mental and psychiatric Health Nursing Branch distributed research graduation projects groups for fourth grade students on Tuesday 9/10/2018 on the supervising professors of teaching the college and the various specialties in the scientific branches in the presence and supervision of the head of mental and psychiatric health branch Assistant Professor Dr. Murtada …

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Leech Therapy

Introduction The first medical use of leeches is thought to have taken place in ancient India in 1000 BC. The ancient Indians used leeches to treat a wide range of conditions including headache,  ear infections and hemorrhoid. In pre-scientific medicine, the medicinal leech was used to remove blood from a …

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Reality Shock in Nursing

New Graduate Nurses enter their first job as a Professional Nurse eager to being their new role! Many New Grads will orient to their new role with ease while some will struggle.  New Grads work with Nurse Preceptors to smooth the transition from Student Nurse to Professional Nurse.  In the beginning of this transition, excitement …

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Food poisoning

Food poisoning is a food that has been contaminated with germs and microbes’ virus or bacteria and occurs in large proportion in the summer, especially in children and causes high mortality and also in the pilgrimage season.  Causes of food poisoning  1 – leave food is uncovered for a long …

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Infection of parasitic worms transmitted by soil

Key facts Infection of parasitic parasitic worms is caused by different types of parasitic worms. It passes through the eggs in human feces, which pollutes the soil in areas suffering from poor sanitation. Nearly 2 billion people are infected with soil-borne parasitic infections around the world. Infected children suffer from …

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Postpartum depression

Postpartum depression is a serious type of depression that occurs after the baby is born. Depression can begin during pregnancy but is not called postpartum depression unless it continues after the baby is born, this is a common case. Statistics show that between 10 and 15 women out of every 100 …

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Instructor from our College Assistant Professor Dr. Murtada Ghanim participates in the membership of the discussion committee of the Master Thesis

Assistant Professor Dr. Mortada Ghanim Adai instructor at the Faculty of Nursing University of Kufa participated as a membership of discussion committee of Master thesis of the Faculty of Nursing University of Baghdad on 30/9/2018 and the thesis title was ( bullying and violence among students in the secondary schools …

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Instructor from our College Assistant Professor Dr. Zeinab Ali Hussein participates in the membership of the discussion committee of the Master Thesis

Assistant Professor Dr. Zeinab Ali Hussein Al-Tarfi, Head of Basic Sciences Branch participated as a member of the discussion committee of the student Nadia Zeidan Khalif on Tuesday 16/01/2018 in the College of Education for Girls at the University of Kufa in her mission tagged entitled ( Effect of the two …

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