Sign In
Skip Navigation Links.
Expand AboutAbout
Programs & Degrees
Our People
Expand Quick LinksQuick Links
Expand MediaMedia
Dr.Nabeel Al-Yateem Associate Professor Academic RankAssociate Professor


  • Children and Adolescents Health Nursing

Research Interests:

  • - Child and adolescents health - Transition between child and adult healthcare systems - The provision of developmentally appropriate care for children and adolescents - Decreasing children stress and anxiety within different healthcare settings


- Ph.D. in Child and Adolescent (Pediatric) Nursing, National University of Ireland-Galway, 2012. - M.Sc. Critical Care Nursing, University of Jordan, 2005 - B.Sc. Nursing, University of Jordan, 2002
Senior Staff Nurse: Our Lady’s Children Hospital and Research Centre – Crumlin (Dublin - Ireland)
1. Irish Nursing Board 2. Jordan Nurses and Midwives Council 3. Society of Pediatric Nurses – USA 4. National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners – USA 5. Association of Faculties of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners – USA 6. European Academy of Nursing Science 7. Council of Children’s Nurses - Australia
- Al-Yateem, N. (2016). Providing Patient Centered Care for Adolescents with Chronic Conditions. International Journal of Person Centered Medicine, 6(1), 22-29. - Al-Yateem, N.; Brenner, M.; Shorrab, A. & Docherty, Charles (2016) Play distraction versus pharmacological treatment to reduce anxiety levels in children undergoing day surgery: A randomized controlled non-inferiority trial. Child: Care, Health and Development Journal, doi: 10.1111/cch.12343.. - Al-Yateem, N.; Docherty, C. & Rossiter, R. (2015) Determinants of Quality of care for adolescents with chronic health conditions, Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
Al-Yateem, N., Docherty, C., Altawil, H., Al-tamimi, M., & Ahmad, A. (2016). The quality of information received by parents of children with chronic ill health attending hospitals as indicated by measures of illness uncertainty. Scandinavian Journal of Caring Sciences, (11). Al-Yateem, N., & Rossiter, R. C. (2016). Unstructured play for anxiety in pediatric inpatient care. Journal for Specialists in Pediatric Nursing, (June), 1–7. Al-Yateem, N., & Brenner, M. (2016). Validation of the Short State Trait Anxiety Inventory (Short STAI) Completed by Parents to Explore Anxiety Levels in Children. Comprehensive Child and Adolescent Nursing, 0(0), 1–10. Al-Yateem, N., Docherty, C., Brenner, M., Alhosany, J., Altawil, H., & Al-tamimi, M., (2016). Research Priorities for School Nursing in the United Arab Emirates ( UAE ). Journal of School Nursing, 1–9. Al-Yateem, N., Brenner, M., Shorrab, A. A., & Docherty, C. (2016). Play distraction versus pharmacological treatment to reduce anxiety levels in children undergoing day surgery: a randomized controlled non-inferiority trial. Child: Care, Health and Development, n/a-n/a. Al-Yateem, N., Docherty, C., & Rossiter, R. (2016). Determinants of quality of care for adolescents and young adults with chronic illnesses: a mixed methods study. Journal of Pediatric Nursing.
1. Sense of coherence and its correlation with BMI, anxiety levels and academic achievement 2. Coping strategies for children with chronic illnesses in school setting. 3. Providing family centered care for parents of children in ICU
Back to list