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Course Coordinator

Abins Mathews

email: Abins@healthcareers.edu.au
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Abins Mathews is a Course Coordinator at IHNA Perth SGT Campus. He is responsible for overseeing and coordinating various programs at the campus, including the development of a Diploma of nursing program, Certificate III in Health Services Assistance (Assisting in Nursing Work in Acute Care), and Certificate III in Pathology Collection with IHNA. Abins holds a Master of Science in Respiratory Care Nursing from a reputed university in India and has extensive clinical experience in acute care and respiratory care. He is highly qualified, with additional qualifications in Advanced Care Planning, Advanced Life Support, Understanding Dementia by the University of Tasmania, and a Foundation Course in Intensive Care. With over 21 years of combined nursing experience in a variety of areas, including nurse education and management, both overseas and in Australia (9 years in Australia), Abins is a highly experienced healthcare professional. His wealth of experience has provided him with valuable insights into the healthcare industry, which he brings to his role at IHNA. As Course Coordinator, Abins is responsible for ensuring the development and delivery of high-quality training programs that meet the needs of IHNA students. He is involved in all aspects of program development, from initial planning to implementation and evaluation, and is committed to providing the best possible learning experience for students. Overall, Abins Mathews is a highly qualified and experienced healthcare professional with a strong background in clinical care and education. His expertise in a variety of healthcare areas, combined with his commitment to providing high-quality training and education, make him an invaluable member of the IHNA team.


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