Lecturer, School of Nursing and Midwifery
Albara is a lecturer at Western Sydney University. Alomari has been a critical care nurse in Australia and overseas for more than fifteen years working in speciality areas such as coronary care unit. 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. He contributes to peer review for the Nursing and Health Sciences Journal and Contemporary Nurse.
Albara has substantial experience in nursing education, nursing administration and 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
Qualifications and Recognition
- Doctor of Philosophy, University of Technology, Sydney
- Master (Hons) of nursing, University of Sydney
- Master of Nursing, University of Wollongong
Research & Publications