Mr. Ousman Adal, Medicine And Nursing Award, Young Scientist Award

Ousman Adal at Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia

Ousman Adal Tegegne is a highly dedicated professional specializing in emergency and critical care nursing. With a Bachelor of Science degree in Emergency and Critical Care Nursing from Bahir Dar University College of Medicine and Health Sciences, and a Master of Science degree in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Nursing, Ousman has demonstrated his commitment to excellence in healthcare.

Throughout his career, Ousman has amassed over five years of experience in nursing, serving at Boru Media Primary Hospital and Bahir Dar University. He is known for his strong work ethic, adaptability, and proficiency in handling diverse clinical scenarios. Ousman’s passion for professional growth is evident through his pursuit of certifications in MDR TB, Dermatology, Essential Nutrition Action, and COVID-19.

Beyond his professional endeavors, Ousman is actively involved in community activities and is dedicated to contributing to the betterment of his country. In his leisure time, he enjoys reading, conducting research, and providing assistance to his family and others in need.



Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Emergency and Critical Care Nursing:

Institution: Bahir Dar University College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Bahir Dar, Ethiopia

Master of Science (MSc) in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care Nursing:

Institution: Addis Ababa University College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Professional Experience:

Mr. Ousman Adal Tegegne has accumulated a wealth of professional experience in the field of nursing. He dedicated four pivotal years to providing clinical nursing services at Masso Dengola Health Center, Arabati Health Center, and Boru Media Primary Hospital. In addition to his clinical work, Mr. Adal has been actively involved in academia, serving as a lecturer at Bahir Dar University since December 7, 2017. His role as an educator has allowed him to share his knowledge and insights with aspiring nursing professionals. Furthermore, Mr. Adal has made significant contributions to the advancement of nursing knowledge through his research endeavors, with ten published articles in reputable journals. This multifaceted professional experience underscores his commitment to excellence in both clinical practice and academia within the nursing field

Research Interest:

Mr. Ousman Adal Tegegne’s research interests revolve around the field of nursing, with a primary focus on emergency medicine and critical care. He is particularly interested in exploring innovative approaches to emergency nursing care, including triage protocols, rapid assessment techniques, and interventions to improve patient outcomes in emergency settings. Additionally, Mr. Adal is dedicated to investigating best practices in critical care nursing, such as advanced life support interventions, management of critically ill patients, and strategies to enhance patient safety in intensive care units. Furthermore, he is passionate about studying infectious diseases, including tuberculosis (MDR TB), dermatological conditions, and emerging infectious diseases like COVID-19. Moreover, Mr. Adal is interested in examining the role of essential nutrition action in promoting optimal health outcomes for patients undergoing critical care interventions. Lastly, he is committed to researching innovative teaching methodologies, curriculum development, and educational strategies to enhance the training of future nursing professionals, particularly in the areas of emergency and critical care nursing specialties.

Publication Top Noted:

Mortality of traumatic chest injury and its predictors across sub-Saharan Africa: systematic review and meta-analysis, 2024

  • Authors: Adal, O., Tareke, A.A., Bogale, E.K., Endeshaw, D., Delie, A.M.
  • Journal: BMC Emergency Medicine
  • Year: 2024
  • Volume: 24
  • Issue: 1
  • Page: 32
  • DOI: Not provided

Clinical features and outcomes of patients with preeclampsia and eclampsia at Gondar University hospital, Amhara, Ethiopia 2021

  • Authors: Alemie, T., Abebe, A., Adal, O., Azazh, A., Endeshaw, D.
  • Journal: European Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive Biology: X
  • Year: 2023
  • Volume: 20
  • Page: 100254
  • DOI: Not provided

Inter-professional collaboration and associated factors among nurses and physicians in specialized public hospitals, the northwest, Ethiopia: mixed method multi-centered cross-sectional study

  • Authors: Degu, T., Amsalu, E., Kebede, A., Adal, O.
  • Journal: BMC Health Services Research
  • Year: 2023
  • Volume: 23
  • Issue: 1
  • Page: 286
  • DOI: Not provided

Knowledge, attitude, an dpractice of human immune-deficiency virus (HIV) post-exposure prophylaxis among healthcare workers of governmental hospitals in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

  • Authors: Adal, O., Abebe, A., Ayele, T.
  • Journal: Infection Prevention in Practice
  • Year: 2023
  • Volume: 5
  • Issue: 2
  • Page: 100270
  • DOI: Not provided


Ousman Adal | Medicine And Nursing Award | Young Scientist Award

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