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Dr. Mehdi ajri | Nursing | Most Reader’s Article Award

Nursing at Ardabil university of medical sciences, Iran

Dr. Mehdi Ajri-Khameslou is a distinguished critical care nurse and academic with a robust educational and professional background. He earned his Ph.D. in Nursing from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, following a Master’s degree in Critical Care Nursing from Tehran University of Medical Sciences and a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Ardabil University of Medical Sciences. Since 2017, Dr. Ajri-Khameslou has been serving as an Associate Professor in the Critical Care Nursing Department at Ardabil University of Medical Sciences. His role involves teaching, mentoring, and conducting impactful research, all aimed at advancing the field of critical care nursing. Dr. Ajri-Khameslou’s dedication to improving patient outcomes and his commitment to nursing education have established him as a respected leader and innovator in his field.

Professional Profiles:

đź“š Education:

Dr. Mehdi Ajri-Khameslou’s educational journey is marked by his commitment to advancing his expertise in nursing, particularly in the field of critical care. He began his academic pursuit with a Bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Ardabil University of Medical Sciences, graduating in 2008. Building on this foundation, he went on to earn a Master’s degree in Critical Care Nursing from Tehran University of Medical Sciences, completing his studies in 2012. Driven by a passion for research and teaching, Dr. Ajri-Khameslou pursued and obtained a Ph.D. in Nursing from Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, where he studied from 2012 to 2016. His advanced education has equipped him with the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in both clinical and academic settings, and he has since dedicated himself to improving critical care nursing practices through his role as an Associate Professor at Ardabil University of Medical Sciences.

 

Work Experience:

Dr. Mehdi Ajri-Khameslou has extensive experience in the field of critical care nursing, combining his academic expertise with practical application. Since June 1, 2017, he has been serving as a faculty member and Associate Professor in the Critical Care Nursing Department at Ardabil University of Medical Sciences. In this role, he is responsible for teaching, mentoring students, and conducting research to advance the field of critical care nursing. His position allows him to bridge the gap between theoretical knowledge and clinical practice, ensuring that future nurses are well-prepared to meet the demands of critical care environments. Dr. Ajri-Khameslou’s dedication to education and his contributions to nursing research have made him a respected figure in his field, known for his commitment to improving patient outcomes and advancing nursing practices.

 

đź“šPublications :

Modification of environmental factors on quality of sleep among patients admitted to CCU

Authors: Z Mitra, A Pouya Farokhnezhad, N Ahmad Ali Asadi, K Mehdi Ajri

Citations: 52

Year: 2012

Emergency nurses as second victims of error: a qualitative study

Authors: M Ajri-Khameslou, A Abbaszadeh, F Borhani

Journal: Advanced Emergency Nursing Journal

Citations: 29

Year: 2017

Contributing factors to nursing error in emergency department: A qualitative study

Authors: M Ajri-Khameslou, A Abbaszadeh, F Borhani, P Farokhnezhad Afshar

Journal: Hayat

Citations: 25

Year: 2017

Predictors of patient safety competency among emergency nurses in Iran: a cross-sectional correlational study

Authors: A Habibi Soola, M Ajri-Khameslou, A Mirzaei, Z Bahari

Journal: BMC Health Services Research

Citations: 21

Year: 2022

Post–Intensive Care Syndrome in Covid-19 Patients Discharged From the Intensive Care Unit

Authors: S Gardashkhani, M Ajri-Khameslou, M Heidarzadeh, SMR Sedigh

Journal: Journal of Hospice and Palliative Nursing

Citations: 19

Year: 2021

Factors Affecting Reporting of Nursing Errors: A Qualitative Content Analysis Study

Authors: M Ajri-Khameslou, S Aliyari, AH Pishgooie, N Jafari-Golestan, PF Afshar

Journal: Annals of Medical and Health Sciences Research

Citations: 14

Year: 2018

Effect of white noise on the sleep of elderly patients hospitalized in coronary care units

Authors: P Farokhnezhad Afshar, H Zahednezhad, M Ajri Khamesloo, …

Journal: Iranian Journal of Ageing

Citations: 14

Year: 2016

Management Strategies During the COVID-19 Pandemic Crisis: The Experiences of Health Managers from Iran, Ardabil Province

Authors: M Shamshiri, M Ajri-Khameslou, R Dashti-Kalantar, B Molaei

Journal: Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness

Citations: 13

Year: 2023

Relationship between resilience and professional moral courage among nurses

Authors: R Abdollahi, S Iranpour, M Ajri-khameslou

Journal: Journal of Medical Ethics and History of Medicine

Citations: 13

Year: 2021

How was the oral health of the older people in Tehran’s Parks in 1396?

Authors: P Farokhnezhad Afshar, SK Malakouti, M Ajri-Khameslou

Journal: Journal of Gerontology

Citations: 11

Year: 2018

Social well-being of Iranian retired men of the armed forces and their wives

Authors: Pouya Farokhnezhad Afshar, M Foroughan, F Pirooz, M Ajri

Journal: Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps

Citations: 9

Year: 2019

Vigilance in Nurses Working in Intensive Care Units

Authors: M Ajri-Khameslou, M Najafi, M Karimollahi

Journal: Open Journal of Nursing

Citations: 7

Year: 2021

 

 

 

Mehdi ajri | Nursing | Most Reader’s Article Award

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