Class of 2019

Danyah Abdullah Althuneyyan. I graduated as an honor student from the Clinical Nutrition Department, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University in 2019, and the Ideal student of 2018 of the College of Applied Medical Sciences. I had a chance after the third year to practice in the Royal commission Hospital in Jubail Industrial City, which prepares me before the internship year, that, in turn, increases my experiences in the field of Clinical Nutrition in three of the most prestigious hospitals in different cities in the Eastern Province. Even though the internship year coincided with the COVID-19 outbreak, the University had a significant role in making the internship successful. My appreciation goes to my department, represented by the chairman and the faculty, thank you all for your continued efforts, and I hope to repay your favors. 

Danyah Abdullah Althuneyyan

Email: danyah.th@gmail.com


I graduated from Clinical Nutrition department with first honorary degree in 2019. I am very proud that I belong to this department and this major. The knowledge and skills that I gained throughout my academic years have effectively contributed to my performance development during my internship. I am grateful to all the department's staff and faculty for their efforts throughout these years, which in turn helped me to expand my horizons and perceptions of the clinical nutrition and the field of scientific research. My goal is to become an active member in servicing my community by this knowledge.

Heba Homud

Email: Heb.homoud@gmail.com


Raghad Al-Zain, a clinical nutrition graduate. In 2018 by the grace of Allah, I received the title (Durah) of the College of Applied Medical Sciences. In 2020, I completed the internship year in three of the most powerful hospitals in the Eastern Region. During it, I realized the importance of nutrition as it plays a fundamental and effective role in preventing diseases and raising the level of health status of patients. I learned from faculty who combined science, knowledge and good manners, which helped me to develop in the scientific and research field and graduated with an excellent grade with honors degree. I ask Allah to grant me to represent the department and the university in the near future.

Ragad Nasser Alzain

Email: Ragad.N.Alzain@gmail.com

Class of 2018

Currently, I’m working as a clinical dietitian at Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare.
I’m beyond thankful to have a specialty that allows me to be part of the health care team. Every day I become more and more passionate about my career and profession. My aim is to expand my knowledge and develop more skills that enable me to achieve excellence in my career and I was always passionate about pediatric nutrition.
All I want to say is that I’m thankful to everyone who helped me to be who I am today.
Naima Al-Darwish

I am Seham, a graduate from the Clinical Nutrition Department, currently a master's student at King Saud University. I am very proud to be a graduate from this great department and this specialization is more than wonderful, which was one of my ambitions to specialize in it, praise be to God. Passion and love make you a creative and special person. I was honored several times during my study, and I graduated as a first honor student after God’s success. I benefited from being a dietitian and got to know distinguished colleagues and faculty members.

 Very passionate about scientific research, education, community awareness, and education. That’s one of the reasons why I created a personal website where I blog about topics in the field of nutrition and other interests of mine. I seek to benefit and help people improve their health and to reflect a good reputation everywhere I belong to.

Seham Hassan Al-Yami

Email: Al.sehamm@gmail.com 

 


‏Nowadays, I am working in the research field besides my own business as a clinical dietitian. However, as a clinical dietitian, you have a significant impact on the research field in different aspects. As when you're a student, the department establishes, develops, and encourages you to be a researcher in nutrition subjects.
‏After graduation, I tried to do my best to work on my own development in this area as an academic researcher in the nutrition field. The most important supporter was the faculty of the clinical nutrition department. They welcomed me at any time for any research topic without any limitations. They gave me their true opinions, support, and help to reach this level of experience regarding this area. I am beyond thankful for our great faculty for giving me a chance to be a part of their team in any research paper.
‏I have three published articles in different high-rank journals and three articles under review.
In conclusion: to be a researcher, it’s not something hard or easy, it’s all about your passion and how you can keep working hard on yourself skills by taking workshops, courses, and even something related to statistical analysis.
‏My aim is to deliver my sound to the largest possible number of people and expand a new finding that can help patients and reduce their suffering.
Welayah Al Ammar

 Email: alammar.welayah@gmail.com

Class of 2017

I am currently studying clinical and public health nutrition MSc at University College London one of the top 10 universities worldwide.
 My ambitions: To participate in providing optimal nutritional care for Saudi society and residents in conjunction with the Saudi Vision 2030.
Alanood Al-Janahi

Razan Algarni- Clinical nutrition graduate 2017- Third batch-

 Previous experience as a clinical dietitian at Jhons Hopkins Aramco Healthcare. 

Currently working as a teaching assistant in the department of clinical nutrition at the Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University. 

Goals and Ambitions: 

  • Achieving the highest possible nutritional care for patients and their families. 
  • Participate in conducting valuable nutrition-related research among our precious community to obtain valuable and beneficial results that will assist dietitians and healthcare teams in providing the optimal nutritional evidence-based practices and care. 
  • Participate in finding a solution that will help control the spread of obesity among children and adults in our community to reduce the prevalence of chronic diseases such as type 2 diabetes and hypertension that highly affect the patient's quality of life and raise treatment costs.
Razan Al-Garni

Class of 2016

My name is Sara Alshuraim, class of 2016 and the Ideal student for the same year. Currently, I am working as a Clinical Dietitian at King Abdulaziz Airbase Hospital. I am glad to have been graduated from the Department of Clinical Nutrition as it prepared us for the clinical aspect by focusing on critical thinking alongside evidence-based practice. I feel grateful and proud, seeing our department grow and thrive among different departments on both the academic and the voluntary community service aspects. Thank you for everything and I wish you more future accomplishments and successes.

Sara Abdullatif Al-Shuraim

Email: sara.s@afhkaab.com.sa


Hessa, that’s me. I’m a simple and spontaneous person. I detest hypocrisy, arrogance and selfishness. I’m always known to be an organized, loyal, sincere & short-tempered person. I graduated in 2016 and I was the ideal student of my beloved Clinical Nutrition Department in 2015. I hoped to return back to my department as a colleague of my dear respected teachers and Allah had accepted my prayers in 2018. My university years are a major, and a useful share of becoming who I’m today. I’m so grateful for my family, teachers, colleagues & everyone who made du’aa and wished me great luck. I aim to be remembered for my good efforts & reputation and also to be a great model for everyone who saw me as a good person. I wish for more achievements and success to my wonderful department.

Hussah Mohammed Altwejry

Email: hmaaltwejry@iau.edu.sa


My name is Fay Jalawi AlMutairi, and I graduated from the Department of Clinical Nutrition at the University of Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal in 2016. My first career journey started at AlMouwasat Hospital in Dammam where I gained first valuable essential experiences and practical skills in real life by participating in establishing AlMouwasat Clinical Nutrition Outpatient Clinic. After two years working in almost Hospital, I moved on to work at King Fahd Specialist Hospital in Dammam where I had the opportunity to join and work with the front lines teams at the health quarantines to confront the Corona pandemic against our nation. I have learned a lot during my academic and career journey; however, ever since I join the front lines against covid-19, I have realized the importance of my role in the clinical field where mistakes can not be tolerated. Today my goal is to improve the Clinical Nutrition practices applied in the field, as well as to achieve the health goals at both the individual and community levels. and along the way, we will always remember the Clinical Nutrition Department faculty who taught us all the knowledge and skills we need to reach our goals and thank them for the continuous support and care we get from them

Fay Jalawi AlMutairi

ِEmail: fay.mutairi@kfsh.med.sa

Class of 2015

Clinical Nutrition Department empowered me to strengthen my research and academic backgrounds. I feel privileged to be a member of the rapidly transforming CN department. Our focus is to produce graduates fully equipped to achieve the highest personal and professional standards.

Haya Fahad Al Hmly
ِEmail: 
hfalhmly@iau.edu.sa


Fay Ibraheem Albahussain, Clinical Dietitian at the King Fahd University Hospital, Khobar. I graduated as a first honor student from the Clinical Nutrition Department, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University in 2015. After graduation, I volunteered at Dr. Ahmed Algarzaie Center for Bariatric Surgery. Then, I started my first work experience at King Fahd University Hospital as a pediatric dietitian. Although I have never thought of specializing in pediatrics, I found that it is a really interesting specialty that involves several fields. I also participated in supervising the enteral feeding of the long term patient care which was my old interest since I was a student.  Recently, I joined The Saudi Society for Clinical Nutrition Eastern Province as a board member. Clinical Nutrition is a multidisciplinary specialty. Completing the training in all the various fields, during the internship year, is essential to determine your area of interest.

Fay Ibraheem Albahussain

Email: fibahussain@iau.edu.sa

Published on: 02 September 2019
Last update on: 18 November 2020