Eiman Eltinay, M.S.

Adjunct Faculty,
Department of Healthcare

Eiman Eltinay was born in Khartoum, Sudan, grew up in Ohio, and now lives in Jacksonville, Florida. 

Ms. Eltinay studies vitamin D deficiency and its effects on the quality of life and nutritional status of older adults. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with family and practicing pilates.

Education

  • Bachelor's in Physical Science
    University of Auburn at Montgomery
  • Master's in Public Health Program
    Walden University
  • Bachelor's in Nutrition and Dietetics
    University of North Florida
  • Master's in Nutrition & Dietetics
    University of North Florida

Research Interests

  • Nutrition in older adults
  • Dietetics

Program Affiliations

B.S. in Healthcare Administration Bachelor of Science

Designed for individuals with an associate's degree or some college credit, this bachelor’s degree completion program gives you a direct pathway toward earning a bachelor’s degree.* You will learn the skills necessary to work in growing field of healthcare administration.

36

Semester Credits

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Certificate in Essential Employability Skills Certificate

The Certificate in Essential Employability Skills is designed to help students build the skills necessary for success in the workplace. No matter the field or career, the professional, personal and teamwork skills covered in this program are applicable and highly valued in just about any workplace.

18

Semester Credits

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Micro-Credential in Teamwork Skills Micro-Credential

The Teamwork Skills Micro-Credential will focus on the qualities needed to successfully work with others. These courses will address a variety of topics in order to build the interpersonal skills of the student. Teamwork skills are essential for success for individuals as well as the organization. When the student is able to organize, collaborate, and lead, they will be able to effectively work with others for the common goal. Each course will focus on a specific area that is critical to building teamwork skills.

9

Semester Credits

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