History

Critical Care Nursing is one of the important topics in the undergraduate of nursing. It was established with the establishment of the School of Nursing in 1987, at the same time with the formation of the Department of Internal-Surgical Nursing. Since 2009, with the admission of master's degree students in Critical Care Nursing, it has been identified as Critical Care nursing group with the aim of improving the quality of theoretical and clinical education and conducting research activities in the field of Critical Care. Educational and research activities of this group include cooperation and participation in teaching theoretical and clinical courses related to Critical Care Nursing (CCU, ICU and dialysis) in undergraduate and specialized courses in Critical Care Nursing in Master's degree of Critical Care, cooperation in retraining of nurses and Medical personnel working in Critical Care units. The Critical Care Nursing has always considered interaction with other educational groups, especially clinical groups.

 

 

 

Goals

The overall goal of the Critical Care Nursing is to provide specialized and applied training in areas related to Critical Care to undergraduate, graduate and medical staff of hospitals to improve knowledge, attitude and clinical skills based on evidences, conduct applied research, cooperate in solving clinical problems in the field of Critical Care. It pursues the following goals:

  •       Playing an effective role in producing the specific knowledge of evidence-based Critical Care Nursing
  •       Development of inter-professional cooperation to promote the status of Critical Care Nursing
  •      Collaborating on promoting the standards of nursing services in the Critical Care wards
  •      Development of the use of research results in the field of Critical Care in clinical wards

 

 

 

Group research projects and lines   

The Critical Care Nursing Group has planned its research activities in the following areas:

    Nursing Care in ICU wards with a focus on the patient and the family

  • Caring of patients under mechanical ventilation
  • Use of traditional medicine in caring of patient in Critical Care wards
  • Reducing mortality and shortening the time of hospitalization of patients in Critical Care wards
  • Increasing family involvement in caring of patient in Critical Care wards

   Nursing care in CCU wards with a focus on the patient and the family

  • Caring of patients with ischemic heart disease
  • Caring of patients with heart failure
  • Improving the provision of nursing care in Cardiac Critical Care wards
  • Reducing the anxiety of patients and families in cardiac Critical Care wards

    Nursing care in dialysis wards with a focus on the patient and the family

  • Prevention of infection in hemodialysis wards
  • Promoting health and improving the quality of life of patients in hemodialysis wards

 

 

Views

The Critical Care Nursing Group intends to improve the status of education, research and provision of nursing care services in Critical Care wards based on the following principles:

  • Expanding inter-professional cooperation
  • Promoting care standards
  • Accelerating the process of professionalization of students

 

 

Academic staff:

Name

Degree/Major

CV

Mohsen Soleimani

Ph.D, Associate prof, Nursing

CV

Mohammad Reza Asgari

Ph.D, Associate prof, Nursing

CV

Ali Asghar Ghods

Ph.D, Associate prof, Nursing

CV

 

Head of Department
Mohsen Soleimani
Ph.D, Nursing
soli257@yahoo.com