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Dr. Hend Alnajjar

Dean of College of Nursing

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Dr. Hend Al Abdu Al Najjar is a graduate of Bachelor in Nursing from King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA in 2000. She obtained her Master of Science in Advanced Nursing Studies from Manchester University, UK in 2008. She also obtained her PhD in Nursing from Manchester University, UK in 2012. Additionally, she obtained her other Master’s degree in Medical Education from College of Medicine, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University in 2019. She worked as a Senior Staff Nurse in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and was promoted to Clinical Resource Nurse in King Abdulaziz Medical City, Jeddah, KSA (2001-2007). Dr. Hend Abdu Al Najjar joined the College of Nursing-Jeddah, KSAU-HS in 2013 as an Assistant Professor and currently promoted to Associate Professor in Pediatric Nursing, KSAU-HS in August 2021. She has been a member of several committees and has been several research Dr. Al Najjar served as Assistant Dean, Clinical Affairs, CON-J, KSAU-HS from February 2015 to September 2016, Associate Dean, Academic and Student Affairs, CON-J, KSAU-HS in September 2016. Recently, Dr. Alnajjar was appointed as a new Dean, College of Nursing –Jeddah in May 2020 to present.

Dr. Eman Bajamal

Assistant Dean of Academic and Student Affairs

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Dr. Eman Bajamal is an assistant professor in Community Health Nursing at King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences- College of Nursing. She received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA in 2007. She received her master degree in Community Health Nursing from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA in 2013. Also, she got her postgraduate certificate in Nursing Education from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA in 2013. She earned the PhD degree from Michigan State University, East Lansing, Michigan, USA in 2016. Her research interests school nursing, childhood obesity, adolescent health, physical activity, chronic diseases.

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Dr. Dr. Lamyaa ALyaba

Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs, Assistant Professor

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Dr. Lamyaa Alyaba, Ph.D., RN, is a full-time Assistant Professor of Oncology and Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs in the College of Nursing- Jeddah. Dr. Lamyaa received her degrees: Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN) from the Female College of Nursing and Health Sciences, Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) and Master of Science in Nursing (Clinical Nurse Specialist) from George Mason University, and Doctor of Philosophy from Loyola University Chicago. In addition to her degrees, Dr. Lamyaa obtained specialty certification in each specialty area. Dr. Lamyaa has many years of clinical nursing experience in various specialties, including medical-surgical, Critical care, Oncology, and palliative nursing. She also held several leadership positions (assistant nurse manager and nurse manager) before changing her career to the academic field. As an academician, she taught undergraduate and graduate nursing students various courses. In addition to her teaching role, Dr. Lamyaa is an active member of several regional and institutional committees. She also established the application for the internship program at the College of Nursing Jeddah campus. Dr. Lamyaa is a member of several national and international associations, including the Saudi Nursing Association, Oncology Nursing Society (ONS), Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society (Beta Zeta at-Large Chapter then Alpha Beta Chapter), American Nurses Association (ANA), International Nursing Association for Clinical Simulation and Learning (INACSL).

Dr. Shahrazad Timraz

Chairperson, Assistant Professor

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Dr. Shahrazad Timraz is an assistant professor at King Saud Bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences- College of Nursing. She graduated from Wayne State University in the United States in 2018. Her research area is child abuse and neglect and family violence. Dr. Timraz PhD dissertation was a mixed method study that focused on Arabic women experience of childhood sexual abuse. The study was funded by the American Nurse Association and Sigma Theta Tau-Lambda Chapter.