Links

Ulster University

School of Nursing

Institute of Nursing Research

Graduate Research School

Address

Maternal Fetal & Infant Research Centre

Institute of Nursing & Health Research

Ulster University

Jordanstown

Newtownabbey

Co. Antrim

BT37 0QB

Contact

DMRS Administrator Dr Julie McCullough

Tel: 02890 368 118

 

Email: j.mccullough@ulster.ac.uk

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Jordan Midwives

Jordan - Assistant Prof Reem Hatamleh rahatamleh@just.edu.jo

Biography;

Reem Hatamleh is associate professor of midwifery research and practice. She received her BSN degree in 1996 from Jordan University of Science and Technology.  During her work at the Royal medical services she was a special nurse in the Royal cabin.

 her postgraduate Diploma in Midwifery in 1998 from Princess Muna College of Nursing, her Advanced postgraduate Diploma in Midwifery in 2002 from University of Ulster, her PhD (Vice-Chancellor’s Research Studentship (VCRS) in midwifery from University of Ulster in 2006 UK. Reem is the first associate professor in midwifery at the faculty of nursing, Jordan University of Science and Technology. Having previously worked as a research associate at the University of Ulster, her research interest is childbirth technology assessment. Reem is the first researcher who conduct researches using a randomized controlled trial design at the faculty of nursing.

View Dr. Reem Hatamleh CV here

Research Articles

Knowledge, attitudes and future intentions towards breastfeeding among undergraduate students at a Jordanian public university

The effects of a childbirth preparation course on birth outcomes among nulliparous Jordanian women

The impact of a planned health educational program on the compliance and knowledge of Jordanian pregnant women with anemia

Correlates and Predictors of Stigmatization of Patients with Mental Illness Among Nursing Students

Childbirth practices in Jordanian public hospitals: consistency with evidence-based maternity care?

The impact of a planned health educational program on the compliance and knowledge of Jordanian pregnant women with anemia