Joseph Almazan

Joseph Almazan

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Joseph U. Almazan is a graduate of Master in Public Management (Samar State University, Philippines) and Master of Arts in Nursing-Major in Clinical Supervision (University of San Carlos Cebu City, Philippines). He also a graduate of Doctor of Science in Nursing –Major in Gerontology (Cebu Normal University, Cebu City, Philippines). He has a total of 9 years of clinical/teaching experience both in the Philippines and Saudi Arabia and almost one year as a rural health nurse and a staff nurse experience. He participated in various international research presentations, keynote speaker, serves as a reviewer for several journals and publishes in ISI journals. He also a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society of Nursing (Psi Beta Chapter),Philippine Nurses Associations (PNA), International Association of Scholarly, Publishers Editors & Reviewers,Inc.(IASPER), International Association for Multidisciplinary Research (IAMURE), Philippine Associations of Institutions for Research, INC (PAIR) and National Organizations of Scientific Research Teachers Educations (NOSTE). His research interest are in the areas of geriatrics and gerontology nursing and older adult care, and nursing administration.

 

Research interests

  • Geriatrics and Gerontology Nursing
  • Older Adult Care
  • Nursing Administration
 

Publications

  1. Alshehry, A., Alquwez, N., Almazan, J., Namis, I., Moreno-Lacalle, R., & Cruz, J. (2019). Workplace Incivility and Its Influence on Professional Quality of Life amongst Nurses from Multicultural Background: A Cross-sectional Study. Journal of Clinical Nursing. doi:10.1111/jocn.14840
  2. Albaqawi, H., Alquwez , H.,N.,Almazan, J.Alharbi, S.Catimbang , C.Rivera, P.,& Cruz,J. (2019).Workplace Spiritual Climate and Its Influence on Nurses’ Provision of Spiritual Care in Multicultural Hospitals Religions 2019, 10, 118; doi:10.3390/rel10020118
  3. Almazan, J., Albougami, A., Alamri, M., Colet, P., Adolfo, S., Allen, K., …Boyle, C.(2019). Disaster-related resiliency theory among older adults who survived Typhoon Haiyan. International Journal of Disaster Risk Reduction.1-7.
  4. Alquwez N., Cruz J., Alshammari F., Felemban E., Almazan J., Tumala R., Alabdulaziz H., Alsolami F., Silang J., Tork H. (2019). A multi-university assessment of patient safety competence during clinical training among baccalaureate nursing students: A crosssectional study. Journal of Clinical Nursing. doi:10.1111/jocn.14790
  5. Alshammari, F., Cruz, J., Alquwez, N., Almazan, J., Alsolami, F., & Tork, H. (2018). Compliance with standard precautions during clinical training of nursing students in Saudi Arabia: A multi-university study. The Journal of Infection in Developing Countries, 12(11), 937-945. doi:10.3855/jidc.10821
  6. Alquwez, N., Cruz, J., Almazan, J., Alamri, M., & Mesde, J. (2018). The Arabic version of the Kogan Attitudes toward Older People Scale among Saudi nursing students: a psychometric analysis. Annals Of Saudi Medicine, 38(6), 399-407. doi:10.5144/0256- 4947.2018.399
  7. Almazan, J.U., Cruz, J.P., Alamri,M., Albougami, A.S., Alotaibi, J.S.,Santos, A.(2018). Coping Strategies of Older Adults Survivors Following a Disaster: Disaster-Related Resilience to Climate Change Adaptation. Ageing Int.https://doi.org/10.1007/s12126-018-9330-1
  8. Almazan, J., Cruz JP, Alamri MS, Alotaibi JS, Albougami AS, Gravoso R,… Bishwajit, G. (2018).Predicting patterns of disaster-related resiliency among older adult Typhoon Haiyan survivors. Geriatric Nursing, S0197-4572(18)30172-1
  9. Alamri, M.S., Almazan, J. (2018). Barriers of physical assessment skills among nursing students in Arab Peninsula. International Journal of Health Sciences,12 (3), 58-66.
  10. Cru, J.P., Cabrera D.N.,Hufana, O.D., Almazan, J. (2018).Optimism, Proactive Coping and Quality of Life among Nurses: A Cross-Sectional Study. Journal of Clinical Nursing,27(9- 10),2098-2108

Education/Academic qualification

Nursing, Nazarbayev University School of Medicine, Astana, Kazakhstan.

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