Research Center

We facilitate the institutional research process and encourage the staff and students to participate in original research activities.



About Us

The Ibn Sina National College Research Center (ISNC-RC), a multi-program research initiative, was initiated in 2014 by the Dean of ISNC under the executive authority entrusted to him by the Faculty Board. Extensive planning efforts have taken place since then, including development of a strategic plan. The ISNC-RC serves and is currently represented by four programs at the institution namely, Medicine, Clinical Pharmacy, Dentistry and Nursing Program.

 

 

Investigations by the researchers of these programs include, but are not limited to biomedical,  clinical,  educational  and  public  health.  These  areas  give  ample  opportunities  to  ISNC‐RC,  to  pursue research, education and community service to serve the mission of the Institution.

 

The ISNC-RC collaborates between four different programs across the college campus, with the  aim of advancing research and outcomes in the field of health sciences

 

The mission of ISNC-RC is “To facilitate the institutional research process and encourage the  staff and students to participate in original research activities”

 

Goals and objectives to achieve the research mission.

 

Goals Objective
1 Institutional  excellence  in  faculty  and  student research Enhance the  collegiate services for support  and  administration of research grants
2 Encourage  inter‐disciplinary  research  approach  within  and  outside  the  institution 1.  Encourage  the students  to  participate  in the  faculty‐directed  research  and  scholarship  activities

2.  Encourage  faculty  to  get  intramural  and  extramural  grants  to  support  the  continuing  research

 

 

Executive team

 

 

The executive team members include the chairmen of institutional human (IHEC) and animal ethics committee (IAEC), heads of the four program research teams (PRT). The activities of the Operations Committee are broad and encompass all aspects of the ISNC-RC function including education, potential joint equipment purchases, progress of seminar/work shop series, and all the administrative aspects of the center

 

 

Ethical committees

 

The institutional ethical committee human and animal along with the research committee are charged with the responsibilities of overseeing research activities and compliance with the ethical standards of research at ISNC. The institutional Ethical Committee’s follow the National Committee of Medical and Bioethics, approved by the Royal Decree on 18/5/1422 H guidelines

 

 

Program Research Teams

 

ISNC-RC comprises of our programs (medicine, clinical pharmacy, dentistry and nursing), each of these four program is represented by Program Research Team (PRT) with a heads. The PRT heads have a joint leadership in the ISNC-RC.

Research Governance

Facilitate the institutional research process and encourage the staff and students to participate in original research activities. Screen new proposals submitted by the staff and students for internal grants and external aid. Ethical committee to evaluate, approve and monitor the proposals received for their compliance. Compilation of publications of the institution as a database for future reference. Integration of research in teaching Medicine, Dentistry, Pharm. D.  and Nursing programs aspirants at the institution .

 

 

Research Integrity

Guidelines of research practices at ISNC

National Policy for Science and Technology” by Ministry of Economy and Planning and Code of Ethics for Healthcare Practitioners by the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties Department of Medical Education and Postgraduate Studies, these provide general principle, guidelines and standards of good practices for individual and organizational research in the kingdom.

The research governance at ISNC and ISNC-RC uses these principles, guidelines and standards as a framework to build its own internal guidelines, revise or redraft them when required. Therefore these internal guidelines are a set of guiding principles and practices to inform researchers at ISNC.

These internal guidelines apply to all research work carried at ISNC, both staff and students. The ISNC research committee encourages all its staff (supervisors) to apply these guidelines even to courses with research component in them.

 

 

Research Ethics

ISNC is committed to high ethical standards for the benefit of both the researcher and the participant, therefore it is mandatory to obtain ethical approval for all research involving human and animals participants. Ethical approval is mandatory for all studies involving human subjects including use of data derived from them in the form of questionnaires. Any research work requiring ethical approval, must not begin without full ethical approval. Conducting research in absence of a written ethical approval is considered as research misconduct.  .

Please note ethical approval shall never be granted in retrospect. Data can be collected ONLY after obtaining a formal written ethical approval, any data collected before the written approval cannot be used

 

How to applyRefer to research proposal submission booklet.

 

Review procedure

 

Pre-proposal

Pre-proposals must be submitted to the office of research center for review and authorization in event of one of the following

1. The sponsoring agency requests a institutional signature.

2.The sponsor requires a detailed budget of the proposal.

 

 

Full Proposals:

Full proposal processing includes processing at the program level followed by processing at the research center level. Refer to research proposal submission booklet.

 

Minimal risk proposal

Application under minimal risk proposal is for registration before data collection commences and for auditing purposes. The institutional ethics committees do not carry out formal review of the proposal. The minimal risk process relies, that the applicant and their supervisor (where appropriate), are able to determine via the checklist within the ethical committee form, the research fits in the minimal risk category. Therefore the responsibility of ethics review is entrusted to the applicant and their supervisor (where appropriate).

 

 

Who reviews the research proposal?

Research at ISNC requires ethical committee approvals for all research work as deemed appropriate (human/animal ethics committee). The ethical committees at ISNC comprise of Institutional Human Ethics Committee (IHEC) and Institutional Animal Ethics Committee. The institutional ethics committees have in place established policies and procedures to review and monitor the research work within ISNC or to be carried out elsewhere by the ISNC’s staff and students.

 

 

 Researcher External to ISNC:

External researcher who want to recruit staff or student of ISNC should refer to internal guidelines for research at ISNC. The procedure is a permission granting process to ensure only ethically acceptable research can be carried out using staff and/or students and ISNC’s premises.

The external researcher shall provide written responses to the following items,

  1. Provide brief description of the proposed research work including any other specific documents relevant to the proposed research work such as informed consent sheet, survey questionnaire etc.
  2. Provide written ethical approval from the relevant approving body for the proposed research.
  3. Provide assurance that the participant data will be shared freely with ISNC.

 

ISNC’s staff undertaking research work outside ISNC

The staff undertaking research work outside ISNC and intend to recruit staff or students, in such circumstances the research work should carried out as per ISNC’s acceptable research guidelines. Refer to internal guidelines for research work at ISNC.

 

 How do I apply?

Email signed application to Research Center at researchcenter@ibnsina.edu.sa

Click here download the permission request letter

 

Who gives the permission?

The Dean of ISNC gives the permission to the researcher external to ISNC following an expedited review by the research center and the ethical committees and their recommendation.

 

 

Research misconduct

At ISNC research misconduct means falsification, fabrication, distortion, plagiarism, or deviation from universally accepted norms in the scientific community and ISNC for proposing, conducting, reviewing such research work including reporting the research data and authorship issues.

 

 

ISNC supports and encourages staff and student to conduct research and publish the research work with high degree of integrity. To secure this goal ISNC has policies in place to curb research misconduct.

 

 

1. Policy on research misconduct

 

 

2. Policy on reviewing alleged misconduct

 

 

3. Policy on protection of whistle blower

 

It is an obligatory responsibility of all employees or individuals associated with ISNC to report suspected, observed or apparent research misconduct

to the head of research center, chairman of the ethical committees

(human and animal) and/or program research team heads. Report of  suspected research misconduct can also be made directly to the department chair or the Dean.

 

Contact

 

1. Head Research Center Tel No. 012           Extn: 363,441 Email: researchcenter@ibnsina.edu.sa

 

2. Chairman Human Ethics Committee

Tel No. 01263680621      Extn: 237

Email: myyjan@yahoo.com

 

3. Chairman Animal Ethics Committee Tel No. 01263680621 Extn: 340

Email: m_moselhy64@yahoo.com

 

4. Program Research Team Head, Medicine Program

Tel No. 01263680621       Extn: 261

Email: hod2000_egypt@hotmail.com

 

5. Program Research Team Head, Clinical Pharmacy Program

Tel No. 01263680621 Extn: 276

Email: fadiahm@yahoo.com

 

6. Program Research Team Head, Dentistry Program

Tel No. 01263680621 Extn: 367

Email: drsabarinath@gmail.com

 

7. Program Research Team Head, Nursing Program

Tel No. 01263680621    Extn: 337

Email: nelkarout@ibnsina.edu.sa

Research at ISNC

ISNC is a conglomerate of programs giving different discipline of health sciences. Currently research environment at ISNC is conducive for inter-disciplinary/inter-program research. This provides an opportunity to put together cross-cutting themes of research and also bringing together clinicians and academics   within the institution.

Definition:

At ISNC undergraduate research is aimed at providing training and opportunities to develop research capabilities to undergraduate students. These are aimed at enhancing personal, professional and career skills, with basic courses as well as provide opportunities to participate in staff initiated research projects. ISNC believes in research informed teaching therefore ISNC provides students with generic courses to teach research through class/course-work activities. ISNC considers mentored research skills build in a stepwise manner ranging from “knowledge – create” learned through class/course work and participation in staff initiated research.

“Undergraduate research is a process of inquiry or investigation conducted by an undergraduate student to enrich the learning experience and to foster the life-long learning process.”

The research themes identified by ISNC Research Center (ISNC-RC) include,

  1. Biomedical science
  2. Clinical medicine, pharmacy, dentistry and nursing
  3. Educational
  4. Public health

 

The identified research areas

Medicine Program

 

Prevalence and determinants of allergic disorders in Makkah region.

 

Vitamin D and multiple sclerosis.

 

Gynecological issues in Saudi Arabian teenagers.

 

Self-directed learning in medical school.

 

Pharm. D. Program

 

Clinical / Community Pharmac

 

Pharmacology and Toxicology

 

Pharmaceutical Sciences

 

Learning and teaching

 

Dentistry Program

 

Cephalometrics and advanced imaging in craniofacial morphology assessment

 

Methods of skeletal age and dental age estimation

 

Pulpal diseases and pulp revascularization strategies

 

Effectiveness of periodontal therapy

 

Oral health related quality of life

 

Effectiveness of technology enhanced learning

 

Community based epidemiological studies of dental caries and periodontal diseases

 

Nursing Program

Our Research

Undergraduate Research opportunities at ISNC

Medicine Program

No. Title of the Project Name of Principal Investigator Contact Information
1. Foot Injuries and ulcers Among Hajj Pilgrims; a cross sectional study. Dr. Yasar Bakr  

yasserbakr68@gamil.com

2. Overweight and obesity in relation to cardiovascular disease risk factors among young adult medical students. Prof. Fathi El-gamal hod2000_egypt@hotmail.com
3. Study of impact of Resit Examination on Progression Rate in an integrated curriculum of Medicine Program. Dr. Suban Gouse dr.subanmd@gmail.com

 

4. Effectiveness of Assessment Planning Tool: A tool for content validity. Dr. Suban Gouse dr.subanmd@gmail.com

 

5. Study of formative use of summative assessment in clinical pharmacy program. Dr. Dibya sunder Panda dibyapanda1974@gmail.com

dibyapanda@rediffmail.com

dibyapanda@reddiffmail.com

 

6. Basic life support knowledge of healthcare professionals in general hospitals In Makkah region Prof. Fathi El-gamal hod2000_egypt@hotmail.com
7. Student perception on the effectiveness of Problem Based Learning in MBBS curricula in Saudi Arabia. Dr. Shabbir Ahmed dr.shabbir@rediffmail.com
8. Awareness of postpartum psychological reactions Prof. Mahmoud Yousef mahmoud_abdalla53@yahoo.com

mahmoud_abdalla@yahoo.com

 

9. Adolescent awareness of Diabetes Mellitus in Jeddah City, Saudi Arabia. Ms. Soumya Ponnan soumyaponnan@gmail.com

 

10. Measurement of program learning outcomes (Medicine) Dr. Suban Gouse dr.subanmd@gmail.com
11. Quality of antenatal care in Makah region Prof. Mahmoud Yousef mahmoud_abdalla53@yahoo.com

mahmoud_abdalla@yahoo.com

12. Factors affecting self-medication in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Anand Prakash anandprakash72@yahoo.com

 

13. Non- clinical factors affecting trustworthiness of health clinicians. Dr. Anand Prakash anandprakash72@yahoo.com

 

14. Trends and clinical presentation of outpatient visits to primary health care settings, Jeddah city, KSA Prof. Fathi El-gamal hod2000_egypt@hotmail.com
15. Awareness of Mothers about infantile health in Jeddah. Dr. Akondi Raju drraju2020@gmail.com
16. Relation between Caffeine consumption and Developing Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension: A Community-Based Study in the City of Jeddah, SA Dr. Hani Atwa doctorhani2000@yahoo.com
17. Relation between Sleep Disorders and Developing Diabetes Mellitus and Hypertension: A Community-Based Study in the City of Jeddah, SA Dr. Hani Atwa doctorhani2000@yahoo.com

 

18. Reference Values For Pulmonary Function Tests In Saudi School Children aged 12 to 18 Year old. Prof. Nasr Arafat nasrarafat@hotmail.com

 

19. Factors affecting educational achievement of medical students at Ibnsina medical college, Jeddah, KSA Prof. Fathi El-gamal hod2000_egypt@hotmail.com
20. Study of Knowledge ,Attitudes and Stated Behaviors of Nursing staff of El-Jeddani Hospital Group about Hepatitis B Infection Prof. Asma Abdulaziz asmanassieb@hotmail.com

 

21. Relationship of exclusive breast-feeding to infections  among Saudi Children Dr. Marwa Hosini  dr.marwahosni@yahoo.com

 

22. A cross sectional questionnaire based study on the Knowledge of Colorectal Cancer awareness and screening among Saudi Population of above 40 years of age in Jeddah, Makkah Province Dr. Suban Gouse dr.subanmd@gmail.com

 

23. Awareness of diabetic foot care amongst Saudi patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus and its impact on reducing diabetic foot complications Dr. Mohamed EL Sayed  Hussein Seif seifalyazl1976@gmail.com

 

 

Clinical Pharmacy Program

No. Title of the Project Name of Principal Investigator Contact Information
1. Synthesis and in vitro antimicrobial activity of a dichalcone compound and its novel derivatives Prof. Ekhalas Nassar ekhlass_nassar@hotmail.com
2. Chalcones and their derivatives from paracetamol: Synthesis, antimicrobial and anticonvalsunt activities. (old, incomplete) Prof. Ekhalas Nassar ekhlass_nassar@hotmail.com
3. Access from Paracetamol to Novel Drugs with Versatile Biological, Physical, Electrochemical and Computational Applications Prof. Ekhalas Nassar ekhlass_nassar@hotmail.com
4. Satisfaction of the patients in using insulin pump therapy over  conventional insulin therapy  and  glycemic control , HB A1C in type1 diabetic patients  in Saudi Arabia Dr. Akondi  Raju drraju2020@gmail.com
5. Cost effectiveness survey of  insulin pump therapy Vs  conventional insulin therapy. Dr. Akondi Raju drraju2020@gmail.com
6. Pattern of prescription of drugs in geriatric population Dr. Akondi Raju drraju2020@gmail.com
7. Awareness about the roles and responsibilities of Pharmacists Dr. Akondi Raju drraju2020@gmail.com
8. Job satisfaction, role and responsibilities of Pharmacists and Pharmacy as a career-A survey. Dr. Akondi Raju drraju2020@gmail.com
9. Awareness about the complications f dermal fillers among health care professionals and beauticians in Jeddah. Prof. Mohammed Moselhy m_moselhy64@yahoo.com

 

10. Awareness about the medication waste management among population in Jeddah. Prof. Mohammed Moselhy m_moselhy64@yahoo.com

 

11. Awareness about the sports and exercise in health care among health care professionals, students and community at large in Jeddah. Dr. Akondi Raju drraju2020@gmail.com
12. Awareness about the diabetic complications among nurses in Jeddah. Dr. Akondi Raju drraju2020@gmail.com
13. Prevalence of Rickets in Pregnant Women & Adolescent School Girls in Jeddah. Dr. Rasheed Ahmed drrasheed2016@yahoo.com

 

14. Awareness about prevalence of vitamin D deficiency in both the genders including pregnant women, school children and relationship with nutritional status. Dr. Rasheed Ahmed drrasheed2016@yahoo.com

 

15. Applied pharmacogenomics in Drug-drug interaction with Hormonal. Dr. Amal Bhafi alibahfi@hotmail.com

 

16. Pharmacist’s Awareness On Evidence Based Practice (EBP), In Western Region, Saudi Arabia: Cross Sectional Study. Dr. Heba Ashraf hooobyrose@hotmail.com

 

17. Pattern of prescription of drugs in pregnant women Dr. Tasneem dr.tasneem1431@gmail.com

tasneemsa@yahoo.co.in/tmasoom@ibnsina.edu.sa

18. The Reasons behind poor patient compliance with antibiotics: A cross sectional study in Makkah region Dr. Dibyasunder Panda dibyapanda1974@gmail.com

dibyapanda@rediffmail.com

dibyapanda@reddiffmail.com

19. Prevalence of Methotrexate toxicity and role of Pharmacist in Medication therapy management service Dr. Mohammed Altaf altafpharm@yahoo.co.in

 

20. Hospital perinatal care statistics, A Retrospective study Dr. Mohammed Altaf altafpharm@yahoo.co.in

 

21. Synthesis and biological evaluation of some novel sphingolipid derivatives Dr. Ekhlas Nasar ekhlass_nassar@hotmail.com
22. Availability of Oral Sustained Release(SR) Formulations in the market of Saudi Arabia Dr. Syed Ahmed Iizhar iizharahmedsyed@gmail.com
23. Development of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs: a systematic review Prof. Khaled R.A.A khaledeishemy1@yahoo.com

 

24. Microbial Contamination of Contact Lenses and Adherence To Lens Care Guidelines Among IbnSina Female Students. Dr. Sherin Helmy shmicro@hotmail.com

 

25. A Survey on disposal and storage of household medication, habits among western region population, in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Dr. Amal Bahafi alibahfi@hotmail.com

 

Dentistry Program

No. Title of the Project Name of Principal Investigator Contact Information
1. Lip print patterns in Saudi Arabian subjects-A cross sectional teaching hospital based study. Dr. Irfan Adil drirfanadil@yahoo.com

 

2. The relationship between obesity and dental trauma in 12-14 year-old Saudi Arabian children-A cross sectional study. Dr. Fazeena  Ali fazeenaadil@yahoo.com
3. An experimental investigation into the utility of proprietary software generated interactive lessons in dental students performance of tasks in the psychomotor domain. Dr. Sabarinath Prasad drsabarinath@gmail.com
4. Awareness of Forensic Odontology among General Dental Practitioners in KSA   – A Cross-sectional Study web based survey study. Dr. Sabarinath Prasad drsabarinath@gmail.com
5. Success rates of pulpotomies in primary teeth using ferric sulphate, MTA and biodentin. Dr. Amit Vanka amitvanka@rediffmail.com

 

6. Barriers of restorative care among the patients attending dental hospital for treatment. Dr. Shanti Vanka shanthiamit@rediffmail.com

 

7. Pattern of antibiotic prescription during oral implantology among dentists in Saudia Arabia (western area). Dr. Khalid Kohley alkoley@hotmail.com
8. Comparative Evaluation of the Mesiodistal width and shade of Six Maxillary Anterior Teeth in a selected Saudi Population Dr. Eman Farhan dr.emanfrhan@gmail.com
9. Study of the most frequent natural tooth colors in a selected Saudi population using spectrophotometry. Dr. EmanFarhan dr.emanfrhan@gmail.com
10. Golden proportion assessment between maxillary and mandibular teeth In a Selected Saudi population. Dr. EmanFarhan dr.emanfrhan@gmail.com
11. Oral health status and treatment needs among factory employees in Jeddah. Dr. Irfan Adil drirfanadil@yahoo.com
12. Practice of Occlusal Contact Reduction during Endodontic Treatment among Dental Practitioners in Jeddah , Makkah , Taif region Dr. Suhail Sharief drsuhail.5@gmail.com

dr.suhail.5@gmail.com

 

13. Pattern of edentulism among patients reporting to ISNC, Jeddah, KSA Dr. Naren Basuthkar docnaren28feb@gmail.com

narendra.basutkar@gmail.com

 

14. Dental Students’ Perspective on Implants Dr. Shanti Vanka shanthiamit@rediffmail.com
15. Prevalence of early childhood caries and associated dental behavior among the 3-5 year old children in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia Dr. Shanti Vanka shanthiamit@rediffmail.com
16. A Comparative Study between Single and Multiple Visit Root Canal Retreatments with reference to post operative pain, flare-up incidents and total success rate of the whole procedure by two different rotary retreatment systems. Dr. Sami Jehad samijehad@hotmail.com

 

17. Prevalence of malocclusion and orthodontic treatment need in Jeddah schoolchildren Dr. OM Kavita dr.omkavitha@gmail.com

 

18. Oral health knowledge, attitude and behavior among medical, pharmacy and nursing students at IbnSina National College, Jeddah, KSA. Dr. Afnan Abdulal dr.afnan.abdulaal@gmail.com
19. Association between caffeine intake and periodontal health. Dr. Mohammed Helaili  
20. Oral health behavior and its determinants among post graduate dental students. Dr. Noura Mansour drnooramansour@gmail.com
21. Prevalence of dental anomalies on panoramic radiographs at IbnSina Medical College, KSA. Dr. Mohammed Al-Zabidi dr_moha31_5@hotmail.com
22. Efficacy of Ibuprofen and Ibuprofen/Acetaminophen on Postoperative Pain in Symptomatic Patients with a Pulpal Diagnosis of Necrosis in ISNC clinics Dr. Suhail Sharief drsuhail.5@gmail.com

dr.suhail.5@gmail.com

 

23. The relationship between oral health status and depression in Jeddah Dr. Noura Mansour drnooramansour@gmail.com
24. The anesthetic efficacy of 4% Articaine and 2% lidocaine in dental implant patients- A randomized ,double blind clinical study Dr. Sarvanan sarav_omfs@yahoo.com

 

25. Efficacy of Articaine and lidocaine as a supplemental buccal infiltration in surgical removal of impacted third molar Dr. Sarvanan  
26. Students perception on learning psychomotor skills related to  Landmarks & Techniques  of Local anaesthesia on  Electronic  Local anaesthesia training models and actual patients Dr. Sheetal Kumar sheetal00723@rediffmail.com

Research Newsletter

ISNC-RC’s newsletter is a semiannual publications that aims to provide a great opportunity to promote achievements, stories, announcements or events related to research in the institution. It highlights the accomplishments of our faculty in research, publication of books, journal articles and conference presentations etc. in each semester of the academic year. We welcome your comments, ideas, and participation to further enrich this effort.

 

We want your feedback and hear your suggestions for the newsletter.

 

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Please use our submission form to send us your contributions.

 

 

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Research Support

  • Facilities and equipment:

Laboratory equipment in the labs at the institution,

Laboratory and clinical facilities in Ibn Sina teaching Hospital, New Al Jedaani Hospital, Gulail and Al Jedaani Hospital, Al Safa.

 

  • Library research support:

ISNC’s library services supports learning, teaching and research activities of the institution. Print and digital library facilities are available to all the researchers equally on both male and female sides of the campus.

 

  • Research funding

 

The office of research center supports research by granting internal financial support to scientific research at ISNC as a “start-up” or “pilot”

investigation to develop initial data for subsequent external funding to further the general aims of the research topic under consideration.

 

ISNC-RC also facilitate its faculty’s efforts in seeking for external research grants.

  • Reward for publications

ISNC encourages and supports original research of staff and student. In doing so it encourages publications in journals of high repute, this effort is recognized in the form of financial rewards. It recognizes and rewards research active staff members by rewarding high quality research publications.

ISNC follows a set policy to consider reward for publications, these include,

Publications in journals of health sciences indexed by NCAAA

Publications of journals of health sciences indexed in Thomson Reuters/ISI Web of Science List.

  • Others:

Journal table of content (TOC): Journal TOC is one of the largest collection of table of contents of scholarly journals. It is free and conveniently searchable table of content of journals.

 

Citation alerts: this could be useful service to subscribe for quick information from e journals and citation data bases (Google scholar,   Penn libraries guides, Springer, ISI)

 

Conference alerts: following specialized societies of your area of interest is the best way to stay updated on your relevant subject conferences, but you could also use free conference alert services to receive free email conference alerts in your chosen field.

The Ibn Sina National College Annual Scientific Conference (ISNC-ASC)

About ISNC-ASC

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Ibn Sina National College for Medical Studies (ISNC) has made a commitment “To make a significant contribution to advances in Saudi Arabian healthcare, through the provision of outstanding education, research and medical services within a stimulating learning environment” through its mission ISNC has a made a strong commitment to develop research in the institution. The Ibn Sina National College-Annual Scientific Conference (ISNC-ASC) is one of the leading examples of its commitment.

ISNC-ASC is organized by ISNC-Research Center (ISNC-RC) under the patronage of ISNC’s founder, Shaik Shali Atteya Al-Jedaani and the Dean of ISNC, Dr. Rashad Alkashgari.

ISNC-ASC aims to promote “Institutional excellence in faculty and student research” by “Encouraging inter-disciplinary research approach within and outside the institution”, both being the two major goals of ISNC-RC. The conference also aims to provide an opportunity to the health care students, faculty members and professionals of Makkah region to update knowledge, share their research findings and experiences and build research network with their peers and contemporaries.

ISNC-ASC conference will present a very comprehensive scientific program highlighting the latest topics in the field of biomedical, clinical, educational and public health research.

The conference will host an exhibition area meant to display far-reaching and emerging health care products and wide-range of health care equipment by the health science industries.

 

 

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Message from Dean of ISNC.

 

On behalf of the entire team of ISNC-ASC, I extend a warm and affectionate welcome to all the participants, visitors, exhibitors and distinguished guests to the 2nd Ibn Sina National College-Annual Scientific conference.

 

Continuing research and medical education is key to enhance the quality of health care services provided to the public. Ibn Sina National College is committed to partner with health care advances of the Kingdom through education, research and medical services. ISNC-ASC is one such effort that advances medical education and research, provides a medium for the student fraternity to communicate their research findings and experience. It also provides great opportunity to the faculty members to exercise their scholarly skills.

 

I encourage all to seize this opportunity and benefit from the advancements in the field of health sciences.

I look forward to seeing you all at 2nd ISNC-ASC 2017.

 

Dr. RASHAD HASSAN HABIBULLA KASHGARI,F.R.C.S (Glasgow)

 

my photo      Message from Chairman, Scientific Committee.

 

It’s our pleasure to invite students and faculty to participate in the 2nd Ibn Sina National College-Annual Scientific Conference (2nd ISNC-ASC). This year we expanded our catchment area to include Makkah region. The theme of our conference is “Emerging Trends of Health Science Education and Research”. We welcome abstract submission from students and faculty from medical, dental, pharmacy, and nursing programs. We hope to have a fruitful meeting to all

 

Talal Al-Khatib, MBBS(Hons), MSc, MHPEd, FRCSC

Consultant paediatric Otolaryngologist

Vice dean of Medicine, Ibin Sina National college

Assistant professor, Department of Otolaryngology-

Head and Neck Surgery, Faculty of Medicine,

King Abdulaziz University

Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

 

M-Y       Message from Chairman, Organizing Committee.

 

It is our pleasure to invite you to the 2nd Ibn Sina National College-Annual Scientific Conference (2nd ISNC-ASC) to be held in Ibn Sina Ntional College, Jeddah.This year our meeting is outstanding by the spirit of the organizing committees. This year we will put you in the experience of the “ Emerging Trends of Health Science Education and Research”. There will be numerous opportunities to gain new knowledge, share technical and clinical experiences.

 

We look forward to your active participation in this Scientific Conference.

 

Professor:  Mahmoud Youssef

HEAD OF OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY DEPARTMENT  IBNSINA NATIONAL COLLEGE FOR MEDICAL STUDIES JEDDAH SAUDIA ARABIA

 

Message from Director, ISNC-RC.

 

It’s a great pleasure to invite your participation in the 2nd Ibn Sina National College-Annual Scientific Conference (2nd ISNC-ASC).This year’s conference is open to all public and private health science (Medicine, Clinical Pharmacy, Dentistry and Nursing) universities and colleges of Makkah region. Ibn Sina National College (ISNC) and its Research Center (ISNC-RC) makes constant efforts to develop both institutional and undergraduate research at the ISNC. ISNC strongly believes in enriching the learning experience of its student fraternity, the conference theme “Emerging Trends of Health Science Education and Research”, echoes this strong belief.

 

Health science education is constantly evolving and we are witnessing rapid changes and advances in the field of undergraduate research. This year’s conference will be joined by nationally renowned keynote speakers in the field of health science education and research. This is great opportunity to discover the emerging trends in health science education and undergraduate research, share the research experience, discuss and share ideas. Additionally the conference could mark the beginning of new research networks.

 

We look forward to your active participation in this important event.

Dr. Irfan Adil Majid

Director, ISNC-RC.

 

 

Scientific Activities

Scientific Activity Schedule 

 

Registration 

Thank you for your interest to participate in 2nd ISNC-ASC 2017.

 

Your interest to participate in 2nd ISNC-ASC could be of two types.

 

1. Register only (register without abstract submission)

                                 Click Here, If “Register only.”

                                  2. Register and Submit Abstract.

                                 Click Here, If “Register and Submit Abstract.”

                               For guidelines on how to prepare conference abstract visit “Abstract Submission” section of conference webpage.

 

Registration & Abstract Submission 

Thank you for your interest to participate in 2nd ISNC-ASC 2017.

 

Submission process consists of two steps:

 

1. Creation of Profile by registration.

2. Abstract Submission

How to submit your abstract:

 

*Please note: that conference registration is mandatory before you submit the abstract.

**Also please mail a MS Word copy of your Abstract to the following emails id.

A. prtmedprog@ibnsina.edu.sa – Abstracts from Medicine Programs.

B. prtphramprog@ibnsina.edu.sa. – Abstracts from Pharmacy Programs.

C. prtdentprog@ibnsina.edu.sa. – Abstracts from Dentistry Programs

D. prtnursprog@ibnsina.edu.sa. – Abstracts from Nursing Programs.

1.Decide the category of your submission: Conference or poster

2.Read the abstract submission guidelines for the selected category.

Conference Oral Presentation abstract submission guideline.

Conference Submission deadline is 18th of March 2017.

Conference Poster submission Guideline.

Conference Submission deadline is 18th of March 2017.

3.Visit “Registration”, section of the conference webpage and follow the instructions therein or

Click Here, To “Register and Submit Abstract.”

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