With a sudden shift to a full online learning experience, GTNI needed to utilize existing resources for the students in order to have a smooth transition to the home-based learning.
As part of the 10 years milestone celebration's marketing plan, the institute published a new website with the most accurate and up to date information.
GTNI believes that a healthy body leads to a healthy mind.
2020 is the international year of the nurse and midwife with the theme of Nursing the World to Health.
As healthcare professionals, we have a public health duty to try and limit the spread of the disease.
Our nursing students participated in Unity Camp which was set at a village camp set next to el gouna’s fish farm as a public service offered by GTNI. They presented a demonstration for kids on how to deal with wounds, fractures and nose bleeds.
The Student Union, Science committee, organized to play “Nurses” series each Thursday, the series follows five nurses working on the front lines of ST. Mary's Hospital.
The Student Union's sports committee organized Spring 20’ football league. By creating a team spirit among the students and raising the spirit of competition through six consecutive football matches starting February 21, the committee aims
Students exercise meditation every Tuesday morning.
A new biweekly competition was announced on February 14, where students are evaluated based on the overall hygiene and cleanness of their rooms. Every round, two male and female rooms are awarded with a trip to the golf observation tower and a photo
February witnessed this academic year’s second faculty organization meeting which was attended by all faculty in addition to four student representatives. The policies that was approved during this meeting include academic warning, uniform and change
GTNI received a visit from London Cleveland Clinic’s CEO, Dr. Brian G. Donley, M.D. and Mrs. Yousriya-Loza Sawiris on Thursday, 26 December 2019.
This Christmas the Student Union’s art committee managed to create a Christmas and New Year spirit within the institute by setting up a positive and cheerful atmosphere.
On their transition of becoming more accustomed to GTNI's environment, the prep students started their journey of becoming a part of the exciting future through collecting data from their faculty, staff and peer senior students on what they believe a
A session was held on the 1st of December to provide the students with some information about procrastination and suggested strategies for how they can address this problem to overcome it.
As part of the Students Union's Art Committee's efforts, an art corner was set up for GTNI students. The corner supplies students with sketching paper, wooden and water coloring, as well as different art supplies.
Organized by the Students Union’s social and trips committee, scouts committee and clubs committee, 125 students enjoyed their day off in El Gouna’s Fish Farm.
Sixty-five students had the chance to attend and cheer for the El Gouna FC.
In correspondence to a request that was made by El Gouna International School (EGIS) to raise health and safety awareness, GTNI provided an Emergency First Aid session for all EGIS’ Teaching Assistants and Bus Monitors on Saturday, 16th of November.
Nominees had to have a ready activity plan for the whole academic year, they also had to present how they plan to promote for themselves to win the elections.
The faculty gathered around snack time a few times to further discuss the strategic goals.
Saturday, 19th of October, was a fun sports day for GTNI students. Both girls and boys were divided into two groups to compete against each other. The day started off with a football match between the boy groups and ended with a tie. In the meantime,
In conjunction with El Gouna Film Festival, MedFest Egypt presented three short films to GTNI students showing and illustrating the perspective of patients and the impact drama could have on society.
Being one of the projects of Sawiris Foundation for Social Development, GTNI had the pleasure of receiving a team from the Arab-German Chamber of Industry and Commerce (including Ms. Mona Ayoub, the Head of Vocational Training Department) as guests t
Following the development plan that was implemented during summertime with both faculty and students, GTNI launched this academic year with a sense of positivism and a hope tree.
The NU 202 senior critical care students conducted a one-day sepsis awareness campaign in the institute.
A skills lab competition was set to demonstrate the professionalism of students in the implementation of nursing procedures and measure their ability of implementing them accurately.
A Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) session was given at the beginning of the semester for all NU202 students where pre and post-tests evaluated the comprehension and understanding on the procedure on 3 September 2019.