Here's just a small sampling of the projects we've spearheaded over the years.

 Mass casualty simulation in Jerusalem with nurses from East and West Jerusalem. 

Mass casualty simulation in Jerusalem with nurses from East and West Jerusalem. 

East-West Jerusalem Mass Casualty Think Tank and Simulation 

Because of our ever-present political situation, the need for standards of procedures for nurses during mass casualty events is crucial. We created an open think-tank of Israeli and Palestinian nurses to write these standards, which have bettered patient care during accidents, terrorist attacks, and war.  

 

 Israeli ICU nurse expresses gratitude after Palestinian palliative care nursing professor  presents her research on nursing dilemmas once a patient moves into end-of-life care. 

Israeli ICU nurse expresses gratitude after Palestinian palliative care nursing professor  presents her research on nursing dilemmas once a patient moves into end-of-life care. 

Annual international care conference 

Our largest ongoing project is an international conference focused on nursing care in the Middle East. Our fourth annual conference will be held in February 2016 in Jordan. Check out our news page for more information. 

 

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East-West Jerusalem Nursing Student Exchange

Due to high demand of advanced training in trauma and oncological care, we are currently working on a nursing student exchange between East and West Jerusalem hospitals. By learning together as students, we usher in the next generation of nurses as caring and connected to each other. 

Jenin- Jerusalem Student Nurse Exchange- Launching 2017

Nurses are literal and metaphorical healers- but they have to start somewhere! The nursing exchange is an opportunity for nursing students to experience structured visits to hospitals they would otherwise not have access to, but transfer patients to/from on a regular basis. This allows nursing students to understand the types of resources, skills, and technologies in both hospitals, which allows them to better conceptualize factors in their patient's transfer.

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