Prof. Saleh Al Oraibi

Prof. Saleh Al Oraibi

dr-saleh Profile:

  Prof. Al-Oraibi graduated from Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh –Scotland with a BSc (Hons) degree, and proceeded to the University of East London, England for MSc. in Rehabiliation Sciences (Occupational Therapy and physiotherapy), then he completed his PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences (OT & PT) from University of Brighton-England. He is a member of the UK CSP and registered with the British Health professional Council (HPC). He has more than 15 years of teaching College of Applied medical sciences students ( clinical lab, clinical nutrition, Radiology, Emergency medicine services, Respiratory Therapy, Occupational Therapy and Physiotherapy) at BSc and MSc levels in UK (Brighton University, University of East Anglia) Jordan ( Hashemite University & Jordan University for science and technology) and Saudi Arabia. During these academic experiences, he was involved intensely with academic quality assurance and accreditation process. Currently, he is Academic advisor for the deanship of quality, the chairperson of Quality Assurances and Accreditation unit at College of Applied Medical Sciences, Member of the University curriculum Committee, Member of the University Quality Assurances and Accreditation Committee and Member of the University Program Review Committee. Additionally, he conducted many courses and workshops in the field of quality assurance and accreditation for faculties inside and outside the university. He also participated as an external reviewers for various universities nationally and internationally. He also, has 20 years of clinical experience in various fields with focus on Rehabilitation for children and adult with neurological conditions. His clinical experience was developed through his job in Jordan, clinical placements during his study at various British institutions and hospitals and during his international work visits and exchange programs in USA. He is actively engaged in various research projects. In the last 15 years he was able to establish externally funded research projects with research partners from MENA region, Europe and USA. He was able also to write for publication and present his research outcome at local, regional and international conferences.

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  • PhD in Rehabilitation Sciences( Occupational therapy & Physical Therapy)
  • Diploma in Quality Assurance and Accreditation

UK Health Professional Council

  • Member of Health Professional Council (HPC)-UK Formerly, the Council for Professions Supplementary to Medicine
  • Member of Congress of the European Academy of Childhood Disability (EACD).

  • Al-Oraibi, S., Tariah, H. A., & Alanazi, A. (2013). Serial casting versus stretching technique to treat knee flexion contracture in children with spina bifida: A comparative study. Journal of pediatric rehabilitation medicine, 6(3), 147-153.
  • Al-Oraibi, S., Fordham, R., & Lambert, R. (2012). Impact and economic assessment of assistive technology in care homes in Norfolk, UK. Journal of Assistive Technologies, 6(3), 192-201.
  • Al-Oraibi, S., & Eliasson, A. C. (2011). Implementation of constraint-induced movement therapy for young children with unilateral cerebral palsy in Jordan: a home-based model. Disability & Rehabilitation, 33(21-22), 2006-2012.
  • AL-Oraibi, S., & Tariah, H. A. (2011). Home based constraint-induced therapy for children with hemiplegic cerebral palsy: A pilot study. Indian Journal of Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy—An International Journal, 5(1), 100-102.
  • Saleh AL-Oraibi, (2012). Non-surgical intervention of knee flexion contractures in children with spina bifida: case report. Journal of Physical Therapy Science. Accepted for publication.
  • Saleh AL-Oraibi, V. L. Dawson, S. Balloch and A. P. Moore (2011). Rehabilitation services for persons affected by stroke in Jordan. Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development, 22 (1) :76-84.
  • Saleh AL-Oraibi, V. L. Dawson, S. Balloch and A. P. Moore (2011). Impact of culture on rehabilitation services for stroke patients in developing countries: Jordanian perspective. International Journal of Disability, Community & Rehabilitation , 10 (1):1-7.
  • Yassin Ismaiel, Sajida Agha, Ruben Restrepo and Saleh Al-Oraibi (2014). The Effect of Teaching Methods on Changes of Respiratory Therapy Students' Critical Thinking. World Journal of Medical Sciences, 11(2):166-170.
  • Saleh Al –Oraibi (2011). Problem Based learning: Anew teaching method for physiotherapy students. 8th International congress of the order of physiotherapists proceeding-Full paper.
  • AL-Oraibi, S. (2012) Demographic characteristics of stroke patients in developing countries: Example from Jordanian government hospitals. Public Health and Epidemiology, 4 (5) 110-116.
  • Saleh Al –Oraibi, (2009). Issues affecting the care for elderly Muslim in UK.-care analysis. Nursing & Residential Care, Vol 11, No 10:517-519.
  • Al-Oraibi, S. (2013). Effect of New Inventive Happy Strap in Children with Down syndrome. World Journal of Medical Sciences, 8(3), 276-278.

  • Saleh AL-Oraibi, 2012.Rehabiliation services for stroke patients in developing countries. Lambert Academic publishing, New York, ISBN: 978-3-8484-8521-5.
  • Contribution: Children in Jordan Situation Analysis (2006/2007). © Copyright United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) 2007, ISBN: 978-92-806-4206-3.
  • Contribution: Road to recovery: Rehabilitation curriculum for developing countries . 2006. ACORN, Austria

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