Healthcare Management

Academic Staff & Teaching Assistants

Ms.Fadwa Awad Eldaghily
Position: Assistant lecturer
Email: [email protected]

Education background

MSc. in Public Health Nutrition, Faculty of public Health. Benghazi University, Benghazi, Aug 2016 – Jan 2017
B.Sc. in Public Health and nutrition, Faculty of Public Health. University of Benghazi, Benghazi, Mar 2005 – Jul 2009

Academic rank
Assistant lecturer

Research interests
Nutrition, Applied nutrition, Clinical nutrition, Obesity management and dietary patterns.

Fadwa Awad Eldaghily and Asma Hamad Belkhair. (2023), Prevalence of Malnutrition among Hospitalized Patients at Benghazi Medical Center, Qurina Scientific Journal – QSJ.1 (2):1-10.

Mr. Jaser M Salem Asweri
Position: Assistant Lecturer
Email:  [email protected]

Education background

MSc. In Healthcare Management – Asia Metropolitan University – Malaysia
B.A Degree in Public Health – Nutrition Department – Benghazi University

Academic rank
Assistant Lecturer

Research interests
Healthcare Service – Healthcare Management – Service Quality of Healthcare – Nutrition – Health matters related to Nutrition

Mrs. Eman Ali Alaqeli
Position: Assistant Professor of Healthcare
Email: [email protected]

Education background

MSc. Degree in Science (Public Health), Health Administration, – Liverpool Johan Moore’s University, Liverpool, UK, July 2010
Diploma in Epidemiological Surveillance, National Center for Infectious Diseases Prevention and Control, Tripoli, Libya, April 2008
B.A Degree in Public Health (Health Administration), Faculty of Public Health – University of Benghazi (formerly Garyounis University), Benghazi, Libya, August 2002

Academic rank
Assistant Professor of Health Administration

Research interests
Leadership and Management in Health, Patient Safety, Motivation among Healthcare Workers, Impact of Incentives on Physicians’ Performance Intention to Leave Job among nurses, Pattern of Thyroid Disorders, Practice of Standard Precautions among Healthcare Workers, and Microbiology.


  • Evaluation of antifungal activity of Miswak (Salvadora persica) and toothpaste against oral cavity candida species. Mediterr J Pharm Pharm Sci. 2023 (1): 69 – 76.
  • Association Between Some Inflammatory Markers and HbA1c in Patients with Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus.. Alq J Med App Sci. 2023; 6 (1):137-141.
  • Practice of Standard Precautions among Health Care Workers in the Blood Bank at Maitiga Hospital, Tripoli, Libya. Alq J Med App Sci. 2022;5(2):534-537.
  • Bacterial Contamination of Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Khalij-Libya J Dent Med Res. 2022;6 (2):134–143.
  • The Pattern of Thyroid Disorders in the Eastern Part of Libya: A Retrospective Study in Albieda Hospital. Tobruk University Journal for Medical Sciences (TUJMS) ISSN No: 27892093 Volume (4): Issue June 2022
  • Factors Influencing Nurses` Intention to Leave Their Job in Benghazi Medical Center. Alq J Med App Sci. 2022;5(1):26-32. 10.5281/zenodo.5725296
  • “Impact of Leadership Styles on Job Performance; from Nurse’s Points of View at Benghazi Medical Centre”. Khalij-Libya J Dent Med Res. 2021;5(2):58–64.
  • “Assessment of Patient Safety Culture at Intensive Care Units in Public Hospitals in Benghazi from The Health Care Professional’s Perspective”. Alq J Med App Sci. 2021; 4 (2):191-199.
    “Impact of Incentives on Physicians’ Performance at Pediatric Hospital in Benghazi”. Published paper at IOSR Journal of Nursing and Health Science (IOSR-JNHS) e-ISSN: 2320–1959.p- ISSN: 2320–1940 Volume 6, Issue 4 Ver. V. (Jul. -Aug .2017), PP 32-35,
  • “An Investigation of the Public Health Impact of Road Traffic Accident in Libya”. UK. 2010 (master thesis)
  • Presentation of “Primary Health Care Booklet”, March 2006
  • “Important of the Proper Surveillance System in Control & Eradication of Infectious Disease, Three Year Experience”, April 2004
  • “Profile, Perception & View of Health Care Providers in Relation to their Job Performance”, April 2003
  • “Comparative study between Aljalaa & 7th October Hospital (General Surgery Department) as regard Quality & Quantity of Staffing”, Benghazi, Libya, Aug 2002
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