Obstetrics Dept

Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics (Midwifery) is one of the medical departments of Soran Technical College, this department was opened in (2003). The need of the region and the lack of knowledge about childbirth methods and maternal care was the main reason for the opening. This department aims to train experts in the field of women to provide health services to mothers and children in hospitals and health centers Soran health centers are available to train students during school and summer training.
The Department of Women and Obstetrics has passed (16) graduation courses that have trained (513) students to serve women and children in Kurdistan. Graduates of this department have full expertise in their professions such as maternal care and life protection of mothers and their babies, as well as women’s first aid, family planning, medication, injections, education and awareness of women and nutrition for women during pregnancy. Vaccination of mothers and children to protect them from disease.
During their two years of study, students are introduced to new sciences through theoretical and practical lessons, while activities such as weekly and monthly seminars and workshops are conducted to gain familiarity with new technologies and requirements of their specialty and continue to train professionals To serve our people, especially women and children of our country for a brighter future.

Objectives

The major objective of the midwifery program is to prepare midwives who are able to provide effective and appropriate primary, secondary, and tertiary care to improve the health of women, newborns, and families in various settings. The program also prepares graduates to function independently among the health care team.

Upon completion the requirement of the Midwifery program graduates will be able to:

  1. Integrate theories from nursing, midwifery, and other disciplines to guide clinical practice and influence health policy.
  2. Demonstrate proficiency in critical thinking and the translation of research evidence into safe, competent, high quality, and evidence-based  midwifery practice.​
  3. Manage the care of women throughout the life span and their newborns by utilizing the midwifery management process.
  4. Function independently within an interprofessional framework to provide high quality midwifery care that is equitable, ethical, accessible, and respectful of human dignity, individuality, and diversity.
  5. Participate in a health care leadership role in collaboration with professional colleagues to maintain, reformulate, or refine systems of health care that are effective, efficient, and responsive to the needs of individuals and families with emphasis on women and infants.
  6. Demonstrate strong professional identity as midwife characterized by formal education, self and peer evaluation, lifelong individual learning, the appropriate use of technology, and the development and application of research to guide ethical and competent midwifery practice.

needs of organizations.

Departments Scientific Activities

Information Technology Department  teaches technology with a personal touch. Committed to providing small classes and individualized instruction, the faculty make teaching and interacting with students their top priority. department are experts in their fields of studyand teach all technical institute courses. There is very close interaction – students are considered a valued partner in education.

Information Technology duties and responsibilities

Information technologists generally design, operate or maintain technology products. Not limited to employment with technology companies, information technology (IT) specialists may work with any businesses, agencies or organizations that use technology or manage large amounts of information. Regardless of the sector they work in, IT specialists usually provide similar services related to software, hardware, databases, Web resources, networks and enterprise systems.

Duties of an information technology specialist can include network management, software development and database administration. IT specialists may also provide technical support to a business or an organization’s employees and train non-technical workers on the business’s information systems. Advanced information technology specialists may design systems and assess the effectiveness of technology resources already in use or new systems that are being implemented. Additionally, they will determine the practicality of changes and modification of systems.

General Learning Outcomes (GLO):

At the completion of the Information Technology Specialist plan of study the student will be able to:

  1. Perform end user support including identifying and implementing solutions to user requests.
  2. Analyze technical requirements to determine resource requirements and the impact the solution will have on an organization.
  3. Design, plan, budget and propose an IT project for an identified need within a specific scope.
  4. Install technical hardware and software including network, database and security components.
  5. Perform routine maintenance to maintain the currency of an operating system, network, database and security needs.
  6. Identify and resolve technical problems using trouble-shooting and research techniques.
  7. Analyze and select application and operating system settings to create an optimal user environment.

Program Learning Outcome (PLO)

  1. The program enables students to achieve, by the time of graduation:
  2. An ability to apply knowledge of computing and mathematics appropriate to the discipline
  3. An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution
  4. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs
  5. An ability to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal
  6. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences
  7. An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations and society
  8. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development
  9. An ability to use current techniques, skills and tools necessary for computing practice
  10. An ability to use and apply current technical concepts and practices in the core information technologies
  11. An ability to identify and analyze user needs and take them into account in the selection, creation, evaluation and administration of computer-based systems
  12. An ability to effectively integrate IT-based solutions into the user environment
  13. An understanding of best practices and standards and their application
  14. An ability to assist in the creation of an effective project plan

 

 

 

Minimum requirements for graduation programs include:

  • Degree from an accredited university with a GPA of 2.0 or higher on a 4.00 scale (50% or more)

Vision

To support midwives, advance the practice of midwifery, and achieve optimal, equitable health outcomes for the people and communities midwives serve through inclusion, advocacy, education, leadership development and research.

Mission

Midwifery practice encompasses the provision of family-centered, comprehensive care to essentially healthy women and to newborns with respect for human dignity and worth, variety in cultural forms, and the client’s right to self-determination in health care.

Azad Hussein Amin

First Semester
NOName of modulesCODETheory
hours
Practical
hours
Total
Hours /Week
ECTSWorkloadSpecialtyLanguage
1Kurdology and Human RightsKUR1013ـــــــ35135Specialty Kurdish
2English skillsENS102246162General English
3Computer essentialsCOE103334108GeneralEnglish
4Obstetrics1OBS104468216GeneralEnglish
5Fundamentals of nursingFUN105247189CoreEnglish
Total112030810
         
Second Semester
No.CodePractical hoursECTSWorkloadSpecialty Language
1ENS201ـــــــ4108GeneralEnglish
2OBS20248216CoreEnglish
3ANP20326162AssistEnglish
4CLB20426162AssistEnglish
5MIC20526162AssistEnglish
Total  10 30810   

Magroom Esmail Seniar

Azad Hussein Amin

Hiwa Abdulrahman Awlla

Lecturer Assistant Lecturer Assistant Lecturer
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Ahmed Saeed Ibrahim

Assistant Lecturer
Soran Technical College
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