2021

 

IMET2000’s Scientific Research Club holds a clinical review workshop in cooperation with the Scientific Research Club at the School of Medicine at Al-Quds University

 February 14, 2021

In response to requests from the School of Medicine at Al-Quds University, IMET2000 held:

My First Clinical Audit as Medical Student ” Research Methodology Session 3 (Research Club)

The workshop was held in cooperation with the Scientific Research Club at the School of Medicine and was attended by 55 medical students on Zoom.

It opened with a few words from Dr Soheir Erekat the Research Club’s supervisor, where she thanked Dr Malik Zaben for responding to the club’s requests and welcomed all the attendees. She then expressed her wish that this workshop be held again in the future due to the positive effects it had on the students.

The workshop was directed by the CEO of IMET2000 and lecturer at Cardiff University, Dr Malik Zaben. He began by talking about the importance of medical scientific research and clinical reviews in Palestine and encouraged students to take it up due to its immense future benefits.

To conclude the workshop, Dr Zaben answered any questions the students had and indicated that these sessions will contribute to improving the field of medical research in Palestine.

 

 

IMET2000 Organised Two Basic Life Support Training Workshops

 February 8, 2021

IMET2000-Pal in cooperation with American Arab University organised the:

Critical Core Training: Basic Life Support (BLS) for Physicians and Nurses

 The two workshops were attended by 20 doctors and nurses from different hospitals in the West-Bank and took place in the American Arab University-Jenin, Al-Rayhan. This training prompted physicians and nurses to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilation and provide early use of an AED according to American Heart Association Guidelines. They were led by instructors Mr Farid Abu Leil and Mr Fayyez Gannam (from the American Heart Association “AHA”).

IMET2000 Organised a Cardiac Resuscitation Course in the Attendance of the Minister of Health

February 4, 2021

We have been honoured this morning to have Dr Mai Kayli joining our training workshops in one of Nablus key COVID treatment centres. Dr Kayli thanked IMET2000 for continuous support, emphasised the importance of such training and the need for more.

This training is among other key courses we are running to enhance the clinical skills of nurse and doctors in the setting of cardio-pulmonary resuscitation.

 

IMET2000 Supports the Emergency Council in Nablus District with Essential Equipment to Help Fight COVID-19 Crisis

February 4, 2021

We have just donated essential equipment needed for the treatment of patients with COVID-19 to the Emergency Council of Yitma Village-Nablus. This included essential equipment required to support COVID-19 patients with breathing difficulties such as oxygen generators, pulse oximeters, Ambu-bags and sphygmomanometers.  The emergency Council requested this kit of equipment as it would be instrumental in saving lives temporarily until the ambulance arrives at the village to transfer patients upon sudden deterioration. These will benefit more than 4,000 people living in rural areas with limited access to immediate healthcare at Nablus city major hospitals.

 

IMET2000 holds its second workshop on clinical audits in the Palestine Medical Complex

January 31, 2021 

In response to the second request from the education officials from the Palestine Medical Complex, IMET2000 held the workshop:

Clinical Audit for Healthcare Providers

The workshop was held in the Palestine Medical Complex and was attended by 14 doctors, including the Continuing Education officer Dr Hassan Eida. He emphasised the importance these workshops have in improving the field of research in Palestine.

The workshop was directed by the CEO of IMET2000 and lecturer in Cardiff University, Dr Malik Zaben, where he began by stating the importance of medical research and clinical audits in Palestine. He talked about his role in facilitating diagnostic procedures for patients in the future.

Dr Eida also noted the constant need for more research workshops and encouraged the attendees to overcome their fear of research and begin involving themselves with it due to its various future benefits.

To conclude, Dr Zaben thanked the attendees for attending and stated that these workshops all contribute to improving the field of medical research in Palestine.

 

 

IMET2000 Organised the First Research Workshop under Palestine Research Club Via ZOOM

 January 27, 2021

IMET2000 organised the first Medical Research Methodology training workshop consisting of three sessions, which took place on the 11th, 18th and 27th of January 2021. The sessions aimed at promoting medical research skills for the healthcare professionals in Palestine via Zoom with the title: 

Medical Research Methodology I 2021

These sessions were run by the CEO of IMET2000, Dr Malik Zaben, Lecturer and Researcher in Neurosurgery, Cardiff University. The key objectives of these sessions are to provide attendees with a good understanding of what research and clinical audits entitle, enable participants to conduct their first research project and then disseminate it effectively.

               

IMET2000-Pal Hosts the Continuing Education Officials at the Palestine Medical Complex

 January 20, 2021

IMET2000-Pal hosted a meeting between the continuing education officials at Palestine Medical Complex, Dr Hassan Eida and Mr Mazen Al-Ashqar. Mr Fady Zaben, IMET2000-Pal representative in Palestine, and Dr Mohammad Obaidellah, the medical education officer, have represented us at the meeting. The two-sided discussed ways for future joint cooperation and the mechanisms of working to provide training workshops to develop health care providers’ skills, particularly in basic and advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Ideas were also exchanged on the different perspectives in developing the educational and research health system in the complex. Mr Zaben confirmed the willingness of IMET2000 to provide continuous support, then the two sides agreed to cooperate and work together in the future

 

IMET2000 organised the second Medical Research Methodology training session

 January 19, 2021

In continuation of the first session held a week prior, IMET2000 held the second research methodology training session. The session was held with the goal of improving the medical research sector in Palestine, and was held on Zoom with the title:

Medical Research Methodology I 2021

 

The session was run by the CEO of IMET2000, Dr Malik Zaben, Lecturer and Researcher in Neurosurgery, Cardiff University. It covered information on medical research, the difference between research and a clinical audit, how to conduct each of them and the best ways to read and write scientific papers. However, the main goal of the training was to prepare the attendees to conduct their first research projects and clinical audits. The next session will be held next Wednesday.

 

 

IMET2000 held a workshop on Advanced Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation in the Arab American University in Al-Rayhan

January 17-18,2021

IMET2000-PAL held a workshop on 17th -18th of January covering advanced cardiopulmonary resuscitation that was attended by 6 medical personnel from different hospitals. It was titled:

Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) Course for Physicians

The workshop opened with a few welcoming words from Dr Mohammed Obaidullah, where he welcomed the attendees and outlined different events organised by IMET2000 as well as a glimpse of IMET2000’s future plans.

The workshop was directed by Mr Ashraf Abu Juhaisha a reliable instructor from the American Heart Association. The training involved the use of medical dolls which helped educate the trainees on how to perform advanced cardiac resuscitation on patients that needed immediate aid and allowed them to practice it.  This was alongside a scientific and practical explanation provided by the instructors. At the end of the second day, the trainees were assessed to measure their ability in dealing with such cases.

IMET2000 Organised a Basic Life Support Training Workshop This January

 January 11, 2021

IMET2000-PAL in cooperation with American Arab University-Jenin organised the:

Critical Core Training: Basic Life Support (BLS) for Physicians and Nurses

From Al-Askari governmental hospital – Nablus at American Arab University-Jenin. The workshop was attended by 7 doctors and nurses. This training prompts physicians and nurses to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED according to American Heart Association Guidelines. It was led by Mr Farid Abu Leil (American Heart Association “AHA”) Instructor.

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