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Nursing Activities Manager

Location:
Sfax, Sfax, Tunisia
Posted:
April 11, 2018

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Road Habib Bourguiba, Djebeniana, Sfax, Tunis.

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Birth date 27.07.1991 in Sfax- Tunisie (26 years).

Driving license B.

Studies

2013

License in nursing (High institution of nursing sciences -Sfax).

2010

Scientific bachelor (Sfax, Tunis).

Professional experience

September 2017- December 2017: Nursing activities manager outreach (MSF) JAKUSKO – NIGERIA:

I took over the outreach activities after three months from starting it, I was supervising and supporting 10 health centers in the area of Jakusko (ensuring the training of the MoH staff under incentive; follow up of the drug consumption, the availability of all essential drugs).

A good referral system from the 10 centers to our IPD was very important to insure an effective and complete intervention; I was in charge of following up the referral criteria and the communication between the health centers and the hospital.

I was in charge of the weekly data collection, the double checking of it and then reporting it to the PMR.

I was in charge of supporting the remaining 26 McHs in the area of our intervention with anti malarial drugs and RDTs.

I did continue managing the project pharmacy and at the end I did the closure of the pharmacy: packing and preparing different donations.

The last two months in the project, we starting passing the night in the hospital to ensure a good supervision of the medical staff and to provide more support knowing that our base far from the hospital: I was the security focal point in the hospital during the nights and I was responsible for the security of at least one medical expat, myself and the national staff (I was reporting to FC and sometimes to HoM).

June 2017- September 2017: Nursing activities manager hospital (MSF) JAKUSKO - NIGERIA:

Starting and being in charge of nursing activities in MSF hospital during four months: setting up with our logistic team the hospital (ER-IPD for malaria-ICU-ITFC), doing all the recruitment for nurses, nurse assistants and nutritional assistants, training of all MSF and MoH staff under incentive.

Ensuring the correct follow up of MSF nutritional and medical protocols in collaboration with the rest of the medical team.

Being the project pharmacy manager: recruitment and training of the new pharmacy store keeper and supporting the outreach activities with necessary drugs to run the activities.

At the end of the project, I was a part of the team closing the activities in the hospital.

May 2017- June 2017: Nursing activities manager (MSF) Project Damaturu mission Nigeria:

I did participate in the planning and implementing a massive vaccination campaign against Meningococcal ACWY vaccine and I was in charge of 5 teams (Training of the national staff, deciding the vaccination sites, working with the logistic team to prepare all necessary materials for the campaign, working closely with the project pharmacy to ensure a good cold chain during all the campaign, compiling the data in daily basis and reporting them to the epidemiologist).

In the area where I was in charge we had a coverage more than 90% of our target population.

Sep 2016- march 2017: Nursing activities manager (MSF) Projects Wau Shilluk and KODOK mission SSD:

In charge of the hospital including training, recruitment and ensuring that all MSF protocols are being followed.

In charge of the referral system to other MSF health facilities in the area or to other health actors.

I had a good experience regarding the management of tropical diseases like malaria/ KALA-AZAR and TB, HIV, malnutrition.

In charge of the planning and implementing a massive vaccination campaign for PENTA, Polio, Measles and Pneumococcal vaccine (Training of the national staff, deciding the vaccination sites, working with the logistic team to prepare all necessary materials for the campaign, being in charge of the campaign cold chain knowing that I was the pharmacy manager for the project, compiling the data in daily basis and reporting to the PMR).

Being in charge of the triage and the referral system during two mass casualty events, being in the skeleton team and working closely with the capital coordination team.

Starting and being in charge of our new emergency project in KODOK as acting PMR during two months: setting up with our logistic team the hospital (OPD-IPD-ITFC-IEC), starting with the NAM outreach our new activities in the area, working closely with the MAM to ensure a quality care for our patients, reporting on daily and weekly basis to Medco and deputy Medco all our medical activities and setting up the new project pharmacy as I was also managing the pharmacy.

During the seven months in the mission I was in charge of the pharmacy with discrepancy less than 5% and without interruption of any essential drug even during the emergency phase of the project.

Jan 2016- May 2016: Nursing Activities manager (MSF) Project Syria-Turkey: responsible of an OPD.

In charge of all the medical activities in the OPD (ensuring that all MSF protocols are followed, ensuring the quality of the cares given to our beneficiaries).

In charge of the referral system to the MH program and other health structures in the area.

In charge of compiling the medical statistics, checking their validity and analyses them using the HMIS system then preparing the medical reports (MMR/ SITREP) for the OPD activities.

In charge of the project central pharmacy.

Dec 2015 Jan 2016: Rescue Officer (MSF) search and rescue operations in Greece.

I was looking after the embarked people and I was giving them instructions to keep them safe and relaxed as much as possible during the rescue process.

I was in charge of ensuring a safety disembarking procedure for the people embarked on MSF Rhib.

I was in charge of distributing the life Jackets to the people on the move starting with the small ones for babies and children, then the large ones for women and adults with the other members of the team, makes sure everyone has and is wearing his life jacket. Also I was talking to the people on the move and I was acting in a way to distract them from the crisis event using their language (Arabic, French, and English).

I was trained by our team on the sea rescue process giving me both theoretical and practical exercises.

Nov 2014- Nov 2015: Nurse in the pediatric department with the private clinic Errachid- Sfax.

Sep 2013- Nov 2014: Nurse in the surgical department with the private clinic Errachid-Sfax.

Other competencies

Language: Arabe (Native language), Anglais, Français.

Computer: MS Office Suit (Word, Excel et PowerPoint)

MSF Programs : Isystock, HMIS.

Training

With MSF:

PPD with MSF OCBA

E- Nutrition training.

E- Rapid health assessment.

E- Measles assessment.

Other training outside MSF:

For the valorization of the autonomous role of the nurse.

Innovative dressing.

The communication in the care environments.

Catheterization.

Prevention of vicious attitudes and bedsores.



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