Doctor Albara Alomari

Doctor Albara Alomari

School of Nursing and Midwifery


Albara Alomari has been a critical care nurse in Australia and overseas for more than fifteen years. Albara holds two masters in nursing science. He undertook his PhD at the UTS which he was awarded by UTS in 2019 for his thesis titled: Reducing the risk for vulnerable patients by engaging families in the medication safety agenda. Albara has substantial experience in nursing education, nursing administration and in nursing research and involved in research projects at national and international level.

This information has been contributed by Doctor Alomari.


  • Doctor of Philosophy University of Technology, Sydney
  • MNurs University of Sydney


  • Consumer Engagement
  • Medication Safety
  • Nursing education

Organisational Unit (School / Division)

  • School of Nursing and Midwifery


Phone: (02) 9165 8658
Location: 3.4

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Previous Teaching Areas

  • 401012 Professional Practice Experience 4, 2018
  • 401210 Health Variations 3 - Acute Exacerbations of Chronic Conditions, 2018


Journal Articles

  • Alomari, A., Alananzeh, I. and Fernandez, R. (2022), 'The adherence to healthy lifestyle among Arab patients with cardiovascular disease : mixed-method review', Journal of Transcultural Nursing, vol 33, no 1 , pp 33 - 40.
  • Kochuvilayil, T., Fernandez, R., Moxham, L., Lord, H., Alomari, A., Hunt, L., Middleton, R. and Halcomb, E. (2021), 'COVID-19 : knowledge, anxiety, academic concerns and preventative behaviours among Australian and Indian undergraduate nursing students : a cross-sectional study', Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol 30, no 5-6 , pp 882 - 891.
  • Perumbil Pathrose, S., Raeburn, T., Sanchez, P., Elmir, H., Alomari, A. and Ogunsiji, O. (2021), '[In Press] Team teaching in undergraduate nursing programs : a scoping review', Collegian, .
  • Alomari, A., Wilson, V. and Lewis, J. (2020), 'Action research : a mechanism for active engagement of clinical nurses in a program of research', Nursing and Health Sciences, vol 22, no 3 , pp 539 - 547.
  • George, A., Rojo, J., Alomari, A., Marks, A., Villarosa, A. and Kong, A. (2020), 'Oral health matters : enhancing the undergraduate nursing curriculum', Australian Nursing and Midwifery Journal, vol 26, no 9 , pp 46 - 46.
  • Alomari, A., Sheppard-Law, S., Lewis, J. and Wilson, V. (2020), 'Effectiveness of clinical nurses' interventions in reducing medication errors in a paediatric ward', Journal of Clinical Nursing, vol 29, no 17-18 , pp 3403 - 3413.
  • Alomari, A., Wilson, V., Solman, A., Bajorek, B. and Tinsley, P. (2018), 'Pediatric nurses' perceptions of medication safety and medication error : a mixed methods study', Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing, vol 41, no 2 , pp 94 - 110.
  • Alomari, A., Wilson, V., Davidson, P. and Lewis, J. (2015), 'Families, nurses and organisations contributing factors to medication administration error in paediatrics : a literature review', International Practice Development Journal, vol 5, no 1 .

Albara has substantial experience in nursing research and involved in research projects at national and international level. Albara’s research interests include medication safety, chronic cardiovascular diseases management, building research capacity for nurses and partnering with consumers.

Consumer Engagement

Medication Safety

Cardiovascular disease management

Building nurses research capacity

This information has been contributed by Doctor Alomari.


Current Supervision

Thesis Title: Work-related Fatigue Correlates Factors Among Emergency Department Nurses in Jordan.
Field of Research:

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