Assoc Prof Dr. Hend ALnajjar, Artificial Intelligence, Best Researcher Award

Assoc Prof Dr. Hend ALnajjar at king Saud bin Abdulaziz for health science, Saudi Arabia

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Dr. Hend Abdu Alnajjar is an accomplished Associate Professor in Pediatric Nursing at the College of Nursing–Jeddah, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences. With a robust educational background including a Ph.D. in Nursing from Manchester University and extensive experience in nursing education, she specializes in maternal and child health, healthcare quality, and academic leadership.


  • Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing, Manchester University, UK (November 2012)
  • MSc in Advanced Nursing Studies, Manchester University, UK (November 2008)
  • Master of Medical Education, College of Medicine, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences (2017-2019)
  • Bachelor of Science in Nursing, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, KSA (September 2000)

💼 Professional Experience

Dr. Hend Abdu Alnajjar brings a wealth of expertise as an Associate Professor in Pediatric Nursing at the College of Nursing–Jeddah, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences. With a distinguished career spanning leadership roles such as Dean of the College of Nursing – Jeddah and Associate Dean of Academic & Student Affairs, she has significantly contributed to advancing nursing education and healthcare quality in Saudi Arabia. Dr. Alnajjar’s leadership extends to extensive involvement in accreditation processes, curriculum development, and quality assurance initiatives, enhancing educational standards across multiple institutions. Her commitment to maternal and child health is underscored by her clinical background in neonatal intensive care units, further enriching her academic and practical contributions to the nursing profession.

🔬 Research Interests

Dr. Hend Abdu Alnajjar’s research interests are focused on pivotal areas within nursing and healthcare. Her primary scholarly pursuits revolve around maternal and child health, where she explores innovative approaches to improve healthcare outcomes for mothers and children. Additionally, her research encompasses nursing education, aiming to enhance teaching methodologies and curriculum frameworks to foster competent nursing professionals. Dr. Alnajjar is also passionate about healthcare quality, investigating strategies to optimize patient care delivery and safety within clinical settings. Her academic leadership in these domains reflects a commitment to advancing nursing practice and education both locally and globally.

📖 Publication Top Noted

Article title: Digital proficiency: assessing knowledge, attitudes, and skills in digital transformation, health literacy, and artificial intelligence among university nursing students

    • Authors: Ebtsam Aly Abou Hashish, Hend Alnajjar
    • Journal: BMC Medical Education
    • Volume: 24
    • Pages: 508
    • Year: 2024

Article title: Perception of the accreditation of the National Commission for Academic Accreditation and assessment at different health colleges in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

    • Authors:Ali S Al-Shareef, Mansour A AlQurashi, Azza Al Jabarti, Hend Alnajjar, Ahmad A Alanazi, Mohamed Almoamary, Bader Shirah, Khalid Alqarni
    • Journal: Cureus
    • Volume: 15
    • Year: 2023

Article title: Managerial power bases and its relationship to influence tactics and conflict management styles: Bedside nurses’ perspective

    • Authors: Ebtsam Abou Hashish, Hend Alnajjar, Arwa Al Saddon
    • Journal: Worldviews on Evidence‐Based Nursing
    • Volume: 20
    • Issue: 5
    • Year: 2023

Article title: Exploring the relationship between leadership and conflict management styles among nursing students

    • Authors: Hend Alnajjar, Ebtsam Abou Hashish
    • Journal: Nursing management
    • Volume: 29
    • Issue: 3
    • Year: 2022

Article title: Academic ethical awareness and moral sensitivity of undergraduate nursing students: assessment and influencing factors

    • Authors: Hend Abdu Alnajjar, PhD, Ebtsam Aly Abou Hashish, PhD
    • Journal: SAGE open nursing
    • Volume: 7
    • Year: 2021


Hend ALnajjar | Artificial Intelligence | Best Researcher Award

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