Getting ready for Capetown Sigma conference. I will present a paper based on nursing in Bahrain and I look forward to meeting colleagues from around the world. I will represent Rufaida and Bahrain proudly.
Along with other delegates I was being taken from my hotel to the conference venue of the 2nd International Conference in Nursing and Health Sciences at King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences in Riyadh at the customary death defying speed when Dr Afaf Meleis turned to us and, speaking from the heart, told us the most incredible story, and it was about Rufaida.
Rufaida – her full name was Rufaida Al-Aslamia – was, according to Wikipedia: ‘an Islamic medical and social worker recognized as the first female Muslim nurse’. Continue reading “The history of Rufaida”
I have been transferring my online Articulate Power Points to YouTube and this playlist will take you to these.
You may also want to check out my playlist on Anatomy and Physiology but these are not of such high quality – they will be updated and produced better soon and will be in the same playlist.
Here is my Introduction to my YouTube page.
Note the announcement in the Gulf Daily News. We look forward to our Sigma chaptering this year. We hope it will take place in the Autumn. There is much planning ahead for us all.
Well done to the nurses of Bahrain