Department:School of Nursing and Midwifery
Areas of Expertise: Nursing and midwifery
Naim is an experienced critical care nurse and educator in critical care nursing. He's worked in various adult critical care settings and responsible for teaching acute and critical care courses.
Naim is an experienced critical care nurse and educator in critical care nursing. He's worked in a variety of critical care settings including: general, cardiac and Papworth cardiothoracic critical care. He's worked in clinical education, participated in many projects and developed clinical guidelines in critical care. Naim is responsible for teaching acute and critical care courses for both pre and post registration and Master levels. He experienced in teaching resuscitation skills, involved in teaching many other key clinical and non-technical skills using clinical simulation and lead a course in innovation in critical care practice.
Simulation a contemporary teaching and learning method that provides students with a relatively safe environment to practice a verity of clinical scenarios and reflect on their practice. However, many aspects of this methodology still needing evidence to support the design and the application of simulation as evidence based education strategy.
Abdulmohdi, N. (2013). Is introducing a national early warning score (NEWS) worth the cost. Nursing Standard, 27(26), p30.
Abdulmohdi, N. (2014).The role of simulation on nurses' clinical reasoning. In Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Education forum national conference and exhibition: partners in practice, Harrogate, 26-27 February 2014. London: Royal College of Nursing.
Abdulmohdi, N. (2011).Ultrafiltration therapy for treating decompensated heart failure patients with fluid overload. In: BACCN (British Association of Critical Care Nursing), National conference: first class critical care: using evidence to create the future. Newcastle Upon Tyne, 12-13 September 2011. London: BACCN.