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By ISQua Friday. Aug 5, 2022

Hear from Mohammedamin A. Adel, Specialist Certificate graduate

We are delighted to share how the ISQua Specialist Certificate in Person Centred Care has benefitted Mohammedamin A. Adel, a recent recipient of this award.


What did you find most beneficial?

a. Healthcare professionals have to partner with the patient and their families to meet the real aim of the healthcare system (healthcare that heals patients, is valued and trusted. This requires a behavioral change.

b. If healthcare is person-centered, it will be safer, enhance adherence to medical interventions, improves patients’ care experiences and health outcomes

c. Health system leaders must ensure a person-centered care dimension in their annual plan and avail essential infrastructure to establish PCC.

What did you like most about the programme?
The most enjoyable part of the program is that it has boldly shown the power of patients and their families to maximize the efforts of clinicians, nurses, and all other paramedical units.

Have you been able to apply anything you learned to your role?
Most definitely! We have the national quality improvement program that provides and leads healthcare quality improvement capacity and capability building, organizes national quality and safety summit. We have included the person-centered care dimension into our national annual plan and training materials.


Mohammedamin A. Adel
MPH, Improvement Advisor


You can connect with Mohammedamin and other healthcare professionals in over 60 countries on the ISQua Community platform HERE.


Find out more about ISQua Specialist Certificate courses HERE and see where new learning can take you and your teams. Group discounts available!


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