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Dr Ahmad Mousa

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Dr. Ahmad Mousa earned his BSN (2004) and Critical Care-MSN (2006) from Jordan University, Hahemite Kingdom of Jordan. He worked as a registered nurse in the Cardiothoracic Intensive Care Unit at ISL Hospital, Amman / Jordan. While practicing as a nurse, he provided the best possible patient-centered care to improve ICU patients' health outcomes during their critical point in life and got interested in patient and family experience. During his time at ICU, he investigated the influencing factors of the satisfaction of ICU families elaborating their anxiety and critical care needs of ICU families on his masters' thesis. He then transitioned himself as a Lecturer at King Saud University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (2006-2010), he founds great enthusiasm in research and teaching. After arriving to Australia, he has been working as Quality and Education Manager in aged care. Dr Ahmad is a recipient of Edith Cowan University Postgraduate Research Scholarship 2012 and completed his PhD in 2017. Dr Ahmad serves as an academic lecturer and researcher at the Institute of Health and Management.

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