Nephrology Nursing Program prepares post-basic nurses for specialist practice so that they will deliver high-quality care to those patients in need of this specialist care and to prepare qualified nephrology nurses to be able to work independently, efficiently and effectively. The program provides broad training in all the major areas of nephrology with opportunities to develop clinically and research skills.

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Nephrology Nursing Program prepares specialist nurse practitioner to be equipped with the knowledge, skills and professional values for advocating the prevention of renal disease and promoting renal health. It will also promote interdisciplinary communication and cooperation, encourage efficient use of resources, and address ongoing issues related to professional nephrology nursing practice. Furthermore, will promote professional growth and reward and recognize achievement in clinical practice in the Sultanate of Oman

  • Objective 1

    On successful completion of the program the nephrology student will be expected to demonstrate:

  • Objective 2

    1. Critical evaluation of service delivery to inform the optimizing of care within the national health care system at primary, secondary and tertiary level.

  • Objective 3

    2. Professional understanding and accountability in the application of socio-cultural, legal and ethical principles to achieve the delivery of optimum patient care within the nephrology care setting.

  • Objective 4

    3. efficient utilization of leadership, knowledge of management strategies and skills to promote enhanced levels of professional nursing practice in the nephrology setting.

  • Objective 5

    4. Analytical decision making in applying the principles of physiology to underpin practice.

  • Objective 6

    5. Critical evaluation of the concepts and principles of different diagnostic and treatment modalities for short- and long-term care.

  • Objective 7

    6. Efficient utilization of research in the practice through critical appraisal of existing evidence, and evaluating practice outcomes.

  • Objective 8

    7. Critical evaluation of the biopsychosocial scope of treatment and care of patients with kidney disease.