Sara Aljanabi, RN, MSN is Director of school health nurses, quality coordinator in PHC Eastern health cluster, Eastern province, Saudi Arabia. Sara Aljanabi a nurse for over 11 years and is currently a director of school health nurses at EHC and quality coordinator at Alkhobar health network in SA. I received my undergraduate nursing degree from College of Health Sciences and Imam Abdulrahman bin Faisal University. Master's Degree in king Abdul Aziz University, Lean Six-Sigma master black Belt from Anexas Europe. Pass three levels of MANJAM leadership program in health ministry. For the past 6 years I have been the intensive care unit nurse supervisor in Almshae’er hospitals in Haj season. I have lectured on a multitiude of nursing topics. I am active in a variety of health associations, including Saudi Diabetes and Endocrine Association (SDEA), Saudi society for blood disorders (SSBD), Saudi Osteoporosis Society (SOS), and Al Ata'a society. I published many topics and participated in many research works. I also taught a critical care courses and school nurse courses. I skilled in taking a project and initiative from concept to reality. I have many volunteers work in the Saudi Red Crescent and the King Salman Center for Humanitarian Aid and Relief. Recently, I participated in organizing sports tournaments as a member of the Saudi Boxing Federation and as a national boxing referee.
Title : Nurses perception toward workplace violence at Dammam Medical Tower, Saudi Arabia