Why Study in Dubai?  
  • Dubai is one of the latest additions to the list of foreign destinations for international students. Factors like good infrastructure, warm and hospitable people, and affordable tuition costs are some of the reasons that lure students to Dubai.
  • Dubai is truly cosmopolitan. It’s one the fastest growing economies in the world and hence offers a plethora of opportunities for career-growth.
  • Learning is comparatively cheaper because of the education policies of Dubai. One would spend double the amount for the same learning elsewhere than here.
  • Beyond being an international business center, Dubai attracts masses of tourists due to its shopping festivals all year through. This makes it ideal for studying subjects related to hotel management, tourism as well as business.
  • Due to vast development activities especially in the area of infrastructure, trade and commerce, the possibilities of finding on job training as well as full time jobs are endless.
  • The UAE is hospitable, secure and caring.
  • Entertainment is endless here. It is also called the city of events and all the world’s best musicians, theatres and performers come here for entertainment.
  • The city has a strong service-driven economy, offering every business amenity from banking to telecommunications. International trading and industrialization are encouraged by the provision of seaports and specialist free trade zones. Recent projects, such as Dubai Media City and Dubai Internet City, are bringing 21st century technology and communication to Dubai in the world’s first Free Zone dedicated to e-business.
  • The landscape beyond the city ranges from desert to sea, and provides a variety of opportunities for sports and recreation. In your free time you can sail, golf, water ski, scuba dive or dune drive. Restaurants cover everything from coffee shops to fine dining, with the nightlife being equally varied.
  ABOUT THE NURSING FUNDAMENTALS PROGRAM   Course Fees Total tuition fees: 3000 AED   Course Duration 1 month   Course Timing 3 hours each weekend   Course Details
  • Patient Safety 
The simplest definition of patient safety is the prevention of errors and adverse effects to patients associated with health care. While health care has become more effective it has also become more complex, with greater use of new technologies, medicines and treatments. Health services treat older and sicker patients who often present with significant comorbidities requiring more and more difficult decisions as to health care priorities. Increasing economic pressure on health systems often leads to overloaded health care environments.   Unexpected and unwanted events can take place in any setting where healthcare is delivered (primary, secondary and tertiary care, community care, social and private care, acute and chronic care). Every 10th patient in Europe experiences preventable harm or adverse events in hospital, causing suffering and loss for the patient, their families and health care providers, and taking a high financial toll on health care systems. Safety is part of the quality agenda and therefore a dimension of the quality culture, requiring broad commitment from both the organization and the community. Eatimad Training Institute is committed to enhancing the quality of health care, and patient safety is a crucial element of that quality.   
  1. Introduction to Patient Safety
  2. Prevalence of Adverse Events
  3. Why do Medical Errors happen?
  4. Preventing Medical Errors
  5. Safety Issues
  6. Patient Safety Goals and Solutions
  7. Fall Management
  8. Evidence-based practice
  9. Root Cause Analysis
  • Infection Control 
The infection control course is designed to identify and reduce risks of acquiring and transmitting infections among patients, healthcare professionals, staff and visitors. The course covers the main infection control practices including chain of infection, infection control precautions, disinfection and sterilization technique, waste management, transmission based precautions, isolation precautions, aseptic technique, MRSA, MERS, EBOLA, etc.   Health care associated infection (HAI) could lead to death, disability and excess medical costs world wide. As per the regulatory health Authorities in UAE, “infection prevention and control programs in health care facilities maximize patient outcomes and should be an integral part of healthcare facility management and operations.”   The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), estimates that billions of dollars in additional hospital costs are incurred annually as a direct result of health care setting infections or nosocomial infections.   All healthcare professionals must be well informed of various infection control practices. A breach in infection control practices facilitates transmission of infection between patients, health care workers, other patients and attendants.  
  1. Infection control practices 
  2. chain of infection
  3. standard and transmission-based precautions
  4. disinfection and sterilization
  5. waste management
  6. isolation precautions
  7. occupational exposure management
  8. Infection control and prevention initiatives
  9. MERS-CoV
  10. Covid-19
  • IV Therapy 
Many hospital inpatients need intravenous (IV) fluid therapy to prevent or correct problems with their fluid and/or electrolyte status.    Deciding on the optimal amount and composition of IV fluids to be administered and the best rate at which to give them can be a difficult task, and decisions must be based on careful assessment of the patient’s individual needs.   The course is designed to enable healthcare professionals to safely initiate and maintain intravenous therapy in the clinical setting.   To teach healthcare staff (whom IV starts and care are part of their scope of practice) the fundamental principles and competencies required to begin, maintain and discontinue intravenous therapy. Also, the course is designed to integrate the infection control practices in IV management. The Course is the only IV therapy course in Dubai which is recognised internationally.  
  1. Introduction
  2. Anatomy and physiology of the circulatory system
  3. Fluid-electrolyte balance and imbalances
  4. Intravenous Solutions and concentration
  5. Different Intravenous access and devices
  6. Intraosseous Therapy
  7. Guidelines in IV therapy
  8. Proper selection of IV sites
  9. Fluid administration
  10. Dosage calculations
  11. IV complications
  • Pain Management Seminar
Gaps in the quality of pain care delivery reflect: problems related to health care professionals and problems related to the health care system. These include out-of-date or inadequate attitudes and knowledge, e.g., mistaken ideas, incomplete, sporadic, or nonstandard pain assessment and low priority given to pain control education for health professionals. This course is intended to cover all these gaps for optimum health development.   Participation in continuing professional development (in formal and informal contexts) is an important component of clinical practice. Engagement in pain education must extend beyond entry level to a profession to build and maintain professional expertise. The pain competencies provide a useful framework for continuing professional development for pain educators and clinicians.  
  1. Pain Etiology and theories
  2. Physiology of Pain
  3. Pain Assessment
  4. Pharmacologic Interventions
  5. Nonpharmacologic Interventions
  6. Roles of healthcare professionals in managing pain
  7. Opioids misuse and prevention
  • Paediatric Emergency Assessment and Treatment 
Children admitted to hospital often die within 24 hours of admission. Many of these deaths could be prevented if very sick children are identified soon after their arrival in the health facility, and treatment is started immediately.   General practitioners and nurses’ activities are complicated and require constant vigilance in providing quality care to the patient. They get limited time to upgrade their knowledge and skills with current advancement in technology.   This results in a possible gap in the integration of knowledge into practice, whereby they are expected by parents to be rationalists, knowledgeable, and collaborative on a daily basis.   The purpose of this course is to identify the knowledge and practice gaps and recommendations suggested by WHO and AHRQ  to improve the quality of care of pediatric patients.   The course is designed to enable healthcare professionals – specialists or nonspecialists to safely sort out children with emergencies in any clinical setting. The aim is to provide clinical guidance on managing infants and children. Also, the course is designed to impact paediatric emergency knowledge, skills and attitudes to any healthcare worker especially in assessing the degree of effect of emergency and treatment according to the assessment results.  
  1. Introduction
  2. TRIAGE categories
  3. ABCD concept
  4. Managing airway and breathing problems
  5. Recognising circulation and LOC status
  6. Shock Management
  7. Controlling diarrhoea
  8. Managing severe dehydration
  9. Guidelines in Emergency Triage, Assessment and Treatment