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Mohammad Alqudimat

Current University: University of Toronto
Location: Ontario
Discipline: Nursing
Research Supervisor: Jennifer Stinson
PICH Mentor: Jennifer Stinson
Member since: July 2017

About me/my research:

Mohammad Alqudimat received his Bachelor and Master of Science in Nursing from University of Jordan. Mohammad is a PhD student at University of Toronto. He holds nursing license from three countries (Jordan, USA, and Saudi Arabia) with recognition as nurse specialist from Jordan and Saudi Arabia. Between 2005-2009, Mohammad worked as paediatric oncology nurse at King Hussein Cancer Centre in Amman-Jordan. At the end of 2009, he developed the first hospital-based evidence based practice program in Jordan and led the program for two years. In 2012, Mohammad moved to USA and became director outreach nursing at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Then, Mohammad moved to Saudi Arabia and worked as associate/acting director of nursing services for three years at Sultan Bin Abdulaziz Humanitarian City. Mohammad’s research interest lies in the field of cancer pain with focus on studying complementary and alternative medicine use for pain management in children with cancer.

Representative Publications: (1) Deeb, A., Alkaiyat, M., Abu Hlal, E., Attari, A., Mahaireh, R., Alqudimat, M.R., Salam, M. (2017). Self-reported Awareness and Attitude of Cancer Patients Towards Clinical Nurse Coordinator. Journal of Nursing Education and Practice. 7(7), 95-103. (2) Alqudimat, M. (2016). Perspective: Evidence Based Practice in Health Care: Let’s make it priority at point of care. J pediatric Neonatal Care, 4(1): 00127. (3) Hahn, C., & Alqudimat, M.R. (2014). “Pediatric Oncology Nursing in Developing Nations: Making a Difference through a Culturally Sensitive Approach”, Winter 2013-2014, APHON Counts. 27(4), 6. (4) Day, S., Segovia, L., Viveros, P., Alqudimat, M.R., Rivera, G. (2013). The Latin American Center for Pediatric Oncology Nursing Education: Development, Implementation and Accomplishment. Cancer Nursing. 36(5), 340-345 (5) Al-Omari, A., Al-Qudimat, M.R., Abu Hmaidan, A., Zaru, L. (2013). Physicians’ Perception and Challenges Facing Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM) Integration in Oncology: Survey at the King Hussein Cancer Center (KHCC). Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice.19, 70-76. (6) Al-Qudimat, M.R., Rozmus, C., Farhan, N. (2010). Family Strategies for Managing Childhood Cancer: Using Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Jordan. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67(3), 591–597. (7) Sultan I, Wilson MW, Nawaiseh I, Mehyar M, Kharma S, Al-Qudimat M, Hazin R, Alalami A, Jaradat I, Al-Husseini M, Abdeen G, Rodriguez-Galindo C, Qaddoumi I. (2010). Enucleation for retinoblastoma: the experience of a single center in Jordan. Journal of International Ophthalmology, 30(4):407-14. (8) Al-Qudimat, M. R., Day, S., Almomani, T., Odeh, D., Qaddoumi, I. (2009). Clinical nurse coordinators: A new generation of highly specialized oncology nursing in Jordan. Journal of Pediatric Hematology and Oncology. 31, 38-4.