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The following is a list of courses that Dr. Hayajneh have taught in his teaching career.

 

  Undergraduate Courses

HCI 1206 : Health Informatics Terminologies
Undergraduate Health Informatics Program - Montana Tech University, USA
Healthcare industry has its own jargon. It has specialized languages and terms that are used for communication between different entities within healthcare. Physicians use certain terms to depict a disease or prognosis; nurses use terms that have shared meaning to depict human response to diseases and nurses' actions to provide care. Specialized terminologies and classifications exist  to describe diseases, diagnostic procedures, human responses to disease, therapeutic procedures, outcomes of care, medications and pharmaceuticals, findings, organisms, anatomy, and supplies and equipment. This course is intended to introduce healthcare informatics student to this complex body of terms. The course introduces students to the structure and components of medical terms: prefixes, suffixes and word roots and how to break down a medical term by simply knowing the meaning of its components. In addition the course introduces students to the structure and use of health care terminologies, classifications, and coding schemes, with special emphasis on International Classification of Diseases (ICD), Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), NANDA's Nursing Diagnoses, Nursing Intervention Classification (NIC), Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC),  National Drug Code (NDC), Common Dental Terminology (CDT), Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine (SNOMED) and other relevant terminologies and classifications


HSA 100 : Introduction to Health Services Administration
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
The course introduces students to systems theory and systems approach and examine selected managerial concepts and methodologies basic to the management of health systems. Management and managerial process will be defined and managerial functions will be discussed. The course will provide a survey of selected topics directly related to managerial process and functions such as managerial roles, functions and authority; decision making; coordination, communication, planning, forecasting and planning tools; organizing, division of work and departmentalization, delegation and authority; staffing; leadership, motivation, and discipline; controlling and control process.


HSA 101 : Introduction to Health Informatics
Undergraduate Health Sciences Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
Health care is provided in complex systems through information-intensive processes. The provision of quality health care depends on the quality and timely availability of health information and data. This course introduces health care students to the utilization of information systems and technology in the management of health care data and information. Topics include: systems theory, overview of information systems, IS in organizations, components of IS, hardware, software, database concepts and management systems, telecommunications and networks, electronic health records (EHR), computerized physician order entry (CPOE), telehealth, mHealth, Telehealth, clinical decision support systems, picture archiving and communications systems (PACS), personal health records (PHR), standards, and privacy and security of health information..


HSA 206 : Introduction to Health Systems
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Different countries provide health care services utilizing different health care delivery systems. These systems have many commonalities and many differences. To achieve a better understanding of Jordan health care system, it is helpful to learn and analyze other countries' health care systems. This course presents a systematic analysis of the evolution, structure & organization, financing, and provision of health care in selected countries throughout the world. Systems thinking approach will be utilized to address key concepts and issues relevant to course discussions.


HCI 2156 : Health Care Facility Procedures
Undergraduate Health Informatics Program - Montana Tech University, USA
Health Care Organizations (HCOs) provide services and conduct business operations through procedures. Proper procedure implementation requires knowledge, information, data, equipment or tools, space, time, and a carrier or agent. Procedures in HCOs differ in terms of frequency, complexity, number of departments and individuals involved, cost, consequences, and relatedness to patient care operations. Procedures can be clinical or administrative in nature. This course is designed to give students a broad understanding of the structure and mission of different HCOs, a general overview of the duties and responsibilities of major departments and units within HCO and an in-depth examination of the most frequent and significant procedures performed in HCOs. Students will be able to recognize and realize the impact of the adoption and application of information technology in reforming HCO procedures to meet health care growing needs and achieve patient-centered coordinated care; improve patient safety and quality of services; streamline charging, billing and payment systems; improve staff productivity, effectiveness and efficiency; improve resources management; and improve the HCOs' capability to meet its mission and strategic goals in an efficient manner.


HCI 2256 : Data, Information and Knowledge
Undergraduate Health Informatics Program - Montana Tech University, USA
Hospitals and other health care facilities are data-intensive, information-intensive and knowledge-intensive organizations. They depend heavily on data, information and knowledge to be able to provide services effectively and efficiently. This course provides an in-depth analysis of data, information and knowledge triad as it pertains to health care and health care information systems. Topics and issues relating to data, information and knowledge in the context of health care informatics and health care will be presented. Topics and issues related to data include data types, acquisition, storage, use, management, collection standards, quality, coding, interchange, mining, analysis and databases. Information management principles, quality, retrieval, security, and privacy are introduced and discussed. Concepts and issues related to knowledge management, use, discovery, nature, knowledge bases and expert systems are examined. The roles that data, information and knowledge play in health care and health care information systems are presented.


HCI 2306 : Health Information Systems
Undergraduate Health Informatics Program - Montana Tech University, USA
In this era of healthcare, with the emphasis on improving quality of care while improving efficiency, information technology has emerged as a prime solution to the many ailments of the healthcare system. The national goals outlined in DHHS report, "The Decade of Health Information Technology: Delivering Consumer-centric and Information-Rich Health Care," of achieving always-current, always-available, electronic health records for Americans combined with healthcare organizations' efforts to promote efficiency and quality have created the need for skilled and knowledgeable professionals who are capable of developing, understanding, evaluating, managing, and integrating clinical and administrative information systems. This course will provide an overview of information systems principles, components and functions in healthcare. This course is designed to provide a working introduction to the student on the topics of : health information systems, components, functions, organizing data and information, telecommunications, systems life cycle, EHR, and decision support systems. The course will introduce students to the criteria for evaluating healthcare information systems and introduce them to the most commonly used healthcare information systems.


HSA 252 : Biostatistics
Undergraduate Health Sciences Programs - University of Sharjah, UAE
Accurate understanding of world phenomena, systems, and organizations is essential to manage and deal with it effectively. Scientific method is one valid and accepted method for achieving this understanding. Scientific method is based on gathering observable, empirical and measurable evidence. Making scientific conclusion from empirical data is one key function of statistics. Statistics is the study of the collection, organization, analysis, and interpretation of data. It deals with all aspects of this, including the planning of data collection in terms of the design of surveys and experiments. Statistics is used by researchers, administrators, government agencies, organizations, etc. Students are expected to utilize computers in applying statistical methods to data.


HSA 263 Introduction to Management Information Systems for Health Services Administration
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
Health Information technology provides health systems the tools that enable employees to
execute their duties effectively and efficiently. This course provides an introduction to information technology and systems used in health care organizations to manage data, information and knowledge to support clinical and administrative functions and processes.


HSA 302 : Population Health
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
The focus of the course is on the social, political and economic contexts that influence health. The course aims at to introduce population health as an interdisciplinary activity that includes the analysis of social structures and processes and to assist students in developing a clear perspective on current and emerging issues in improving the health of populations. Students will discuss and analyze the determinants of population health and the different policies employed to improve population health. Health disparities and inequities will be described and differentiated.


HCI 3106 : US Health Care System
Undergraduate Health Informatics Program - Montana Tech University, USA
This course is designed to provide an analysis of the health care delivery system in the US and to provide a comparison of health care delivery systems in selected countries. The course identifies and explains the forces that carved the current system. Key areas which will be discussed and analyzed with respect to health care services are organization, financing, quality, cost, accessibility, an distribution of health facilities and personnel. Class discussions, assignments and examination of selected literature will enable the student to benefit from this comparative analysis. Information technology as a significant force shaping the health care system will be examined.


HSA 305 : Medical Terminology
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Healthcare industry has its own jargon. It has specialized languages and terms that are used for communication between different entities within healthcare. Physicians use certain terms to depict a disease or prognosis; nurses use terms that have shared meaning to depict human response to diseases and nurses' actions to provide care. Specialized terminologies and classifications exist to describe diseases, diagnostic procedures, human responses to disease, therapeutic procedures, outcomes of care, medications and pharmaceuticals, findings, organisms, anatomy, and supplies and equipment. This course is intended to introduce students to this complex body of terms. The course discusses the structure and components of medical terms: prefixes, suffixes and word roots and how to understand the meaning of a medical term by simply knowing the meaning of its components. In addition the course introduces students to the structure and use of health care terminologies, classifications, and coding schemes, with special emphasis on International Classification of Diseases (ICD), Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), NANDA's Nursing Diagnoses, Nursing Intervention Classification (NIC), Nursing Outcomes Classification (NOC), National Drug Code (NDC), Common Dental Terminology (CDT), Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine (SNOMED) and other relevant terminologies and classifications.


HSA 306 : Hospital Organization and Management
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
This course introduces the student to the complex organization of hospitals and to the internal operations, processes, roles, management techniques, information needs and technology utilization in the different components of hospital system. The integration of functions and information of different departments to achieve effectiveness and efficiency is discussed. Topics include: overview of hospital system; development and evolution of hospitals; hospital roles; role of hospital administration; power distribution in hospitals, challenges in hospital administration; legal aspects, medical staff organization and services; nursing services; emergency services; ambulatory services; operation theaters, ICU; physical rehabilitation and physiotherapy; laboratory services; radiological diagnosis and imaging services; radiation hazards; blood bank; pharmacy services; anesthesia services; antenatal and postnatal clinical services; hospital engineering services; hospital information systems; computer applications in the hospital; central sterile supply department; medical records department; hospital dietary services; linen and laundry services; house keeping services; transportation; sanitation and hospital waste management; mortuary services; safety and risk management; hospital acquired infection; hospital safety and security; disaster preparedness and management; infection control.


HSA 310 : Human Resources Management in Health Care Organizations
HSA Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
This course is emphasizing the concept of human resources in health care settings. It aims to improve the skills and knowledge of students in different aspects of human resources management in health sectors. It will introduce the students to the challenges facing human resources in health such as, cost of health care, increased demand, shortage and surplus and increasing dissatisfaction within the health care sectors. It focuses on the major managerial aspects such as recruitment procedures and the performance appraisal of different categories providing health care in the health facilities.


HSA 320 : Health Information Systems
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
Health care is an information intensive industry, and the delivery of high quality health care is dependent on the effective management of health data, information and knowledge. Providing high quality health care requires the easy access to timely, complete, accurate, legible, and relevant information. This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of how information systems and technology can be used to enhance and improve the performance of health care systems. This course provides a perspective on the effective use of data and information technology to improve health care. Systems, system theory, and Information systems principles and concepts will be discussed and reviewed. Students will learn the potential of IT in enhancing the effectiveness, efficiency, and responsiveness of health systems. Legal and ethical issues pertaining to HIT will be discussed and explored.


HSA 330 : Materials Management
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
The course covers the major principles of materials management and organization in health care facilities. It details the main materials functions including planning, purchasing, receiving, storing, distributing, disposing, and managing the quality of supplies and equipment, with major emphasis on the effective material planning, procuring, scheduling and handling of materials in health care facilities. Standard waste management practices will be presented and discussed.


HSA 352 : Health Care Delivery Systems
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
Health care is provided through health care delivery systems. Different countries have different health care delivery systems. These systems have commonalities as well as differences. To achieve a better understanding of UAE health care system, it is helpful to learn and analyze other countries' health care systems and apply the concepts, principles and other information to the local system. The main aim of this course is to provide students with an understanding of health care delivery systems: the structure, objectives, processes, outcomes, and feedback mechanisms and to prepare them to be effective participants in discussions and debates over health care issues. This course presents a brief analysis of health care systems in selected countries throughout the world. An in-depth analysis and discussion of the UAE health care system will be provided. Systems approach will be utilized to address key concepts and issues relevant to course discussions.


HSA 350 : Health Care Terminology and Classifications 0504350
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
The course introduces students to the structure and components of medical terms: prefixes, suffixes and word roots and how to break down a medical term by simply knowing the meaning of its components. In addition the course introduces students to the structure and use of health care terminologies, classifications, and coding schemes, with special emphasis on International Classification of Diseases (ICD), Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS), Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes (LOINC), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), National Drug Code (NDC), and Common Dental Terminology (CDT) and other relevant terminologies and classifications.


HSA 360 : Health Information System 0504360
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
Health care is provided in systems that are information intensive. The delivery of health care is dependent on accurate and detailed data. Providing high quality health care requires the easy access to timely, complete, accurate, legible, and relevant information. The aim of this course is to provide students, as future health care managers, the knowledge and skills needed to effectively manage and/or participate in managing data and information and other health information technology resources of their health care systems. This course is designed to provide students with an understanding of how information systems and technology is used to enhance and improve the performance of health care systems. This course provides a perspective on the effective use of data and information technology to improve health care. Systems, system theory, and Information systems principles and concepts will be discussed and reviewed. Students will learn the potential of IT in enhancing the effectiveness, efficiency, and responsiveness of health systems. Legal and ethical issues pertaining to HIT will be discussed and explored.


HSA 362 : Epidemiology and Population Health - 0504362
Undergraduate Health Administration Program - University of Sharjah, UAE
The course covers the principles and methods of epidemiology and population health. It studies trends and patterns of diseases and its impact on population health as illustrated using specific examples of infectious and non infectious diseases. Measurement of disease burden in populations will be discussed. Special emphasis will be given to determinants of health, health policies that impact determinants of health.


Med 383 : Health Administration
Undergraduate Medical Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Health care systems (organizations) are complex blend of human, material, information and financial resources. It is through the utilization and integration of these resources in a large number of interdependent processes that health care is provided. The effective and timely implementation of health care processes depends, to a great extent, on the successful and effective implementation of other related processes. The overall quality and efficiency of health care depends largely on the level of coordination and harmony that processes are performed by. The duty of management is to ensure that health care is provided in the most effective, efficient and responsive way. This course introduces students to an overview of management and to the skills, concepts, and attitudes of successful management and helps students to understand the roles, functions and duties of managers in today’s health care systems. Topics include systems theory and approach to health care delivery, health care systems, functions and roles of managers, management theories, planning, organizing, directing, controlling, leadership, communication, e-health, and information technology.


HCI 4206 : Issue in Healthcare Informatics
Undergraduate Health Informatics Program - Montana Tech University, USA
This course "Issues in Healthcare Informatics" is designed to broaden and sharpen students' knowledge about significant issues and topics that influenced and will influence the healthcare informatics and healthcare industry. This will be achieved through discussions and activities introducing and analyzing concepts and concept-relevant issues. Course modules will cover a broad spectrum of issues relevant to healthcare informatics professional practice.


NURS 462 : Nursing Management and Leadership
Undergraduate Nursing Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Nursing systems (small or large organizations or units) are a complex blend of human, material, information, and financial resources. It is through the utilization and integration of these resources that a large number of interdependent nursing care processes and interventions are provided. The effective and timely implementation of these processes and interventions depends, to a great extent, on the successful and effective implementation of other related processes. The overall quality and efficiency of nursing care depends largely on the level of coordination and harmony that processes are performed by. The duty of nursing management is to ensure that nursing care is provided at the highest level of quality (effective, efficient and responsive care). This introductory course in management and leadership provides students with knowledge of management principles, theories and related managerial functions needed by the nurse managers in order to provide high quality care. Additionally, the course focuses on the development of management and leadership skills needed by nurses including communication skills, conflict management, delegation, leadership, quality management, staffing and scheduling, and recruiting.


HCI 4306 : Healthcare Informatics Practicum
Undergraduate Health Informatics Program - Montana Tech University, USA
The practicum is a semi-independent field-based learning experience that takes place in an organization with healthcare informatics operations. The practicum experience is tailored to individual student's needs and strengths in order to support professional growth and development. During the practicum, the student is involved in planned experiences and activities designed to provide opportunities to use previously acquired academent and professional skills and knowledge.

Students doing their practicum are expected to assume independent and leadership role in the host organization. Examples of host organizations include healthcare providers, healthcare information systems vendors, and Insurance providers. The practicum allows the student to attain practical experience while pursuing the achievement of stated educational objectives and is designed to provide the student the opportunity to test theories and to practice skills learned in the course of study. The practicum is designed to to help students improve knowledge, information, abilities and skillsh in at least one of the following areas: [Healthcare systems, Healthcare organization and delivery, Database management, Software development, System analysis, Process and operations analysis, Computer science, Information systems, or/and Telecommunications].

The practicum experience is to be structured in a way to provide the student an exposure to the current information systems utilized in the health care facility and an opportunity to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of these systems and suggest changes to the organization, when applicable. A project is the most important component of the practicum. The practicum is to be designed to involve the student in a project to be decided by the organization in coordination with the student and advising committee.


HCI 4916 : Healthcare Informatics Internship
Undergraduate Health Informatics Program - Montana Tech University, USA

The internship is a supervised field-based learning experience that takes place in an organization with healthcare informatics operations. Examples of such organizations are healthcare providers, healthcare information systems vendors, and Insurance providers. The internship allows the student to attain practical experience while pursuing the achievement of stated educational objectives and is designed to provide the student the opportunity to test theories and to practice skills learned in the course of study. The internship is designed to help students improve knowledge, information, abilities and skills in at least one of the following areas [Healthcare systems, Healthcare organization and delivery, Computer science, Information systems, or/and Telecommunications]

The internship experience is to be structured in a way to provide the student an exposure to the current information systems utilized in the health care facility and an opportunity to assess the effectiveness and efficiency of these systems and suggest changes to the organization, when applicable. A project is an important component of the internship. The internship has to be designed to involve the student in a project to be decided by the organization in coordination with the student and advising committee.


Graduate Courses

NURS 703 : Health Informatics and Technology in Health Care
Graduate Nursing Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
In this era, with the emphasis on improving quality of health care while improving efficiency, information technology has emerged as a prime solution to the many ailments of the healthcare system. Information systems and technology support managerial and clinical decision making and the provision of quality nursing and health care. This course provides students with working knowledge of the technical, human, organizational and economical aspects of information systems and technology in use in health care. Students will gain an understanding of technology, data, human processing, and standards related to clinical information systems, and how these elements are used to make evidence-based decisions in health care systems and services. Topics include: systems theory, information system components and functions in healthcare; data, information and knowledge triad; electronic health record; decision support systems; criteria for evaluating healthcare information systems; database management principles; information systems life cycle; nursing informatics; and healthcare & nursing taxonomies and terminologies. The application of nursing informatics in nursing research, administration, education, and practice will be explored. History of health care and nursing informatics will be explored.


NURS 732 : Planning and Evaluation of Health Programs
Graduate Nursing Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Populations differ in their health care needs. The course provides an introduction to the assessment, planning and Evaluation of health care programs for specific populations. This course provides students with knowledge of planning principles, and tools. needed by the nurse leaders in order to be able to plan health care programs for populations effectively and efficiently. This course will provide an opportunity for students to critically assess health needs and creatively design health strategies for different populations through review of recent literature, class discussion, and class assignments, students will become familiar with major issues, methods, and solutions of concern to health care planners. This course will introduce students to the concepts of health promotion and health education and different models guiding the development and implementation of health care programs. The ultimate goal of this course is that students will be able to design an effective and efficient health care program that meets the needs of a specific population.
 


NURS 705 : Nursing Services Administration
Graduate Nursing Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
This is a continuation of Nursing Services Administration I. The purpose of this course it to analyze the underlying principles, premises, theories, research, models and practices needed by nurse administrators and managers. Topics included are: decision making & problem solving, communication, conflict management, organizational communication, stress management, time management, selecting, developing and evaluating nursing staff, conflict, culture, delegation, nursing Informatics, evidence-based practice, power, politics and influence, time and stress Management.


NURS 707 : Nursing Services Administration Practicum II
Graduate Nursing Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Continuation of the practicum I experience. The practicum provides students with a practical and mentored experience in nursing management and leadership that offers the opportunity to integrate knowledge, skills and abilities learned throughout the course of study to nursing practice. This practicum takes place at the executive level of the nursing system. It provides an opportunity to become actively involved in the roles of nurse leader under the direction of an experienced nurse manager in a health care organization. Opportunities will be provided to participate in all phases of the nursing executive and managerial role. Requirements include a written practicum plan with specified goals, outcomes and responsibilities developed by the student, and agreed to by the mentor, and course faculty. Students are expected to assume responsibility for one major project under the direction of the preceptor while fulfilling the requirements for the practicum.


NURS 708 : Quality Management in Health Care
Graduate Nursing Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
This course provides students with the theory, principles and tools of managing (QM) and improving (QI) quality in health and nursing systems. Through this course, students will be introduced to the concepts of quality, quality management, continuous quality improvement (CQI) and other relevant concepts and their practice and application in a variety of nursing and health care systems. Different approaches to improving quality of health and nursing care will be discussed. Hospital accreditation and standards in international settings will be given special attention in this course. In this course, systems approach will be followed. Additional topics will include: approaches to improving quality, accreditation, standards, quality tools, quality measurement, indicators of quality, Baldrige performance excellence criteria, hospital accreditation standards, among others.


NURS 725 : Health Systems and Policy
Graduate Nursing Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Health leads to wealth and wealth leads to better health. Healthy populations tend to lead happy and productive lives. It is the duty of governments, health systems and other systems to ensure the highest level of population health. Governments, through funding, legislation, and provision of health services, play an important role in influencing health status of people. Politics (the process of making decisions for groups) significantly influences the structure, finance, distribution and delivery of health care services. The main aim of this course is to provide students with an in-depth analysis and understanding of health care delivery systems: the structure, objectives, processes, outcomes, and feedback mechanisms and to prepare them to be effective participants in discussions and debates over health care policy issues. Systems approach will be utilized to achieve better understanding of health care system. The course identifies and discusses the forces that influence health care systems. Key areas to be discussed and analyzed with respect to health care services are organization, financing, quality, cost, access, and distribution of health facilities and personnel. The course will introduce students to the policy making process in the US and in Jordan. Current health policy problems will be discussed throughout the semester to illustrate the complexity of policy-making process and to provide an opportunity to apply theory learned in class to “real world” situations. The course will be conducted in a combination of lecture and seminar format. Students are required to do library and Internet research in addition to reading course materials. Each student will be required to lead 1 ½ hour discussion. The instructor will assign topics to the students and each student will read the related readings and conduct library and Internet research and then prepare a presentation to the class about the topic and lead a group discussion about the topic. All students are required to take an active part in all discussions.


PH 730 : Public Health Administration
Graduate Course in the Masters of Public Health Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Health services are provided through different arrangements of certain types of resources. The challenge of health services industry is to provide its services in an effective and efficient manner. It is through the proper management of "resources" that this challenge may be met. This graduate course is designed to provide students with the needed information and knowledge to be able to manage health services in an effective and efficient manner. The foundations of systems theory will be explored and will used as a frame of reference to analyze and provide clearer understanding of health systems behaviors and phenomena. The course introduces students to management concepts, principles and practices. Integration of contemporary issues to traditional management functions of planning, organizing, leading and controlling.


PH 730 : Health Policy
Graduate Course in the Masters of Public Health Program - Jordan University of Science & Technology
Health leads to wealth and wealth leads to better health. Healthy populations tend to lead happy and economically productive lives. It is the duty of governments, health systems and other societal systems to ensure the highest level of population health. Governments, through funding, legislation, and provision of health services, play an important role in influencing health status of people. Politics significantly influences the structure, financing, distribution and delivery of health care services. The course addresses issues facing health care systems and the policies to deal with these issues. This course will introduce students to the health care system in Jordan; stakeholders, delivery, financiers, government involvement, issues, and politics of health care. Students will use systems theory and approach to analyze current health policy issues in Jordan, define heath and health policy, recognize the impact and importance of health politics and health policy, and understand the context and process of health policymaking in developed and developing countries and in Jordan. Global health issues with impact on Jordan health system will also be discussed.


 

 

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