Title: National clinical guidelines education program, state of Qatar
In my presentation I will share with the audience multidisciplinary National Education Program that include education on National clinical guidelines recommendation, this program is part of multimodal strategy for national clinical practice implementation in state of Qatar. The program is joint venture collaboration between two departments in Ministry of Public Health in Qatar, Department of Health Professions and Strategic Planning and Performance Department, it aims to provide the Shared platform for Multidisciplinary team to learn the National Clinical Practice Guidelines recommendations.
Dr. Rasmeh AL- Huneiti is a Clinical Guidelines Specialist at the Ministry of Public Health, Strategic Planning and Performance Department, in state of Qatar. She is also a guest lecturer in Healthcare at Calgary University-Qatar. Rasmeh holds a BSc in General Nursing from the University of Jordan. She has a PhD in Medical Education from Brunel University in the UK. Her post graduate qualifications include a Diploma in Primary Healthcare, MSc in General Nursing Education, International Diploma in HR Management, Certificate in Clinical Nutrition, Health Systems Development Specialization from the Imperial College London, and Project Manager Industry Training Program (PMITP) offered by Reach Academy, Toronto, Canada.
As a reviewer and editing board member she contributed to several international conferences, peer reviewed journals and her research work is published internationally.
Since 2015 she has been serving as Adjunct Professor at Calgary University Qatar and as Guest Lecturer on Patient Safety and Healthcare Quality, and Healthcare Regulation for the master’s Leadership in nursing program. Rasmeh is also a guest speaker for the Patient Safety and Change Management Community Medicine Residency Program.
Rasmeh developed and published an E-learning Model for E-health Education in Developing Countries.
She is a volunteer at the Qatar Red Crescent Society. She also a volunteer trainer at MOPH on change management and professional ethics.
Professionally her experience spans more than 30 years across a variety of challenging roles, including clinical nursing, education, administration, training and staff development, regulation, research, and clinical guidelines development as well as change management.
Since joining the Ministry of Public Health National Clinical Guidelines Program in 2015, she has played a lead role in setting the Change management and Communication strategy for the program which she currently leads. She also serves as a member on several Guideline related national working groups.
Rasmeh is invited speaker in several Nursing and healthcare quality international forums and conferences.