The National Institute for Diabetes Endocrinology and Genetics began its mission in July, 2005 with the following goals:
To prepare qualified health care providers in Diabetes care and related subjects.
To provide teaching, research & service in the fields of diabetes, endocrinology and genetics.
Objectives of NIDEG are:
To graduate qualified health care professionals in diabetes care, including physicians, nurses and other related health sciences.
To provide access to regular training, workshops, symposiums and conferences to update skills and knowledge.
To conduct research in various aspects of diabetes and its complications at applied & basic level.
Qualified professionals in diabetes care and its complications do not exist outside the NCDEG. A similar situation is found in the neighboring Arab countries.
There is a high demand on the program and it is much asked for by:
- The Ministry of Health-Jordan.
- The Royal Medical Services-Jordan.
- Saudi Arabia.
- Other Gulf States.
Although NCDEG is an independent institution, it is a part of the academic system of JU.
NCDEG incorporated with JUH in all objectives (service, research & education).
NCDEG incorporated with JU in establishing NIDEG (National Institute for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Genetics).