Ayman M. Hamadan- Mansour has completed his PhD in psychiatric nursing from school of nursing-pittsburgh university/USA in 2004. Currently, he is a professor of psychiatric-mental health nursing at the school of Nursing, the University of Jordan. Area of research focus is youth substance us and mental health, community mental health and women and child abuse. He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed articles and been keynote speaker in national and international mental health conferences. He has received more than five commendations in the past five years including the distinguished researcher award in Jordan and the distinguished researcher at the University of Jordan two times, and distinguished researcher in Arab World from the Society of the Arab Faculties of Nursing. He has also served as consultant in the field of substance use and mental health services for number of national and international organizations. Research focus including youth mental health and substance related problems and has many publications in this field.
Mental Health Nursing
Dr. Aboul-Enein began his nursing career in Saudi Arabia working in primary care. He held several positions, including staff nurse on a renal transplant unit, nurse practitioner in triage services, senior instructor, hospital staff development and administrative supervisor, associate director responsible for highly successful overall performance and outcomes for multiple units, organization-wide programs, performed while working within academic community hospitals and organizations. In addition, he has taught at several universities at undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels, both online and in the classroom. Dr. Aboul-Enein has published in numerous peer-reviewed publications including the Journal of Public Health and International Journal of Nursing Practice. He has published two books in the area of health care management and health care history. He has conducted many presentations, internationally and nationally. Dr. Aboul-Enein was a nurse practitioner reserve officer in the U.S. Public Health Service Commissioned Corps reserve with the rank of Lieutenant Commander. He has won numerous awards such as the Spirit of Nursing award from the U.S. Army Nurse Corps and the Best Nurses award in 2006 from the Texas Nurses Association. Dr. Aboul-Enein is a Fellow of the American College of Health Care Executives, Fellow of the National Academy of Practice- Nurse Scholar and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Public Health. He is an experienced health care leader with expertise in innovative program development and health care strategy.
Nursing and Health Science