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Research

Our published articles in regional and international journals on various areas of public health research.

Teaching case-studies in field epidemiology in the Eastern Mediterranean Region

  • Date of Publication: July 31, 2020
  • Category: Case-studies
  • Name of Journal: The Pan African Medical Journal
  • Authors: Mohannad Al Nsour 
  • Abstract: This article is published as part of the supplement Teaching case-studies in Field Epidemiology with a focus on the Eastern Mediterranean Region, commissioned by The Eastern Mediterranean Public Health Network (EMPHNET).

Public Health Strategies for the Gradual Lifting of the Public Sector Lockdown in Jordan and the United Arab Emirates During the COVID-19 Crisis

  • Date of Publication: July 21, 2020
  • Category: COVID-19
  • Name of Journal: JMIR Public Health Surveillance
  • Authors: Raeda AlQutob 1, Immanuel Azaad Moonesar 2, Mohammad Rasoul Tarawneh, Mohannad Al Nsour 3, Yousef Khader 4
  • Abstract: In this viewpoint, we present public policies and public health strategies for a gradual lockdown lifting during the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) crisis in two country cases, Jordan and the United Arab Emirates. While managing pandemics is critical in terms of preparedness, response, and recovery, it is equally vital to ensure that the measures for a lockdown exit are both efficient and effective. It is critical to learn from first-wave lessons to systematize responses during times of crisis and execute appropriate public policies and...

COVID-19 Crisis in Jordan: Response, Scenarios, Strategies, and Recommendations

  • Date of Publication: July 07, 2020
  • Category: COVID-19
  • Name of Journal: JMIR Public Health Surveillance
  • Authors: Raeda Alqutob, DrPH,1 Mohannad Al Nsour, PhD,2 Mohammed Rasoul Tarawneh, MPH,3 Musa Ajlouni, PhD,3 Yousef Khader, SCD,4 Ibrahim Aqel, PhD,5 Saad Kharabsheh, MPH,3 and Nathir Obeidat, MD1
  • Abstract: As of April 12, 2020, a total of 389 cases of coronavirus disease were confirmed in Jordan. To control this imminent threat, Jordan has enforced public health infection prevention and control measures, called for social distancing, seized all forms of inbound and outbound movement and international travel, and enacted the Defence Law that transferred the authority to the Minister of Defence to work and formulate orders according to the situation. In an effort to support the government in anticipating the requirements of the health system...

Mental Health Support in Jordan for the General Population and for the Refugees in the Zaatari Camp During the Period of COVID-19 Lockdown

  • Date of Publication: June 02, 2020
  • Category: COVID-19
  • Name of Journal: Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy
  • Authors: Ziad El-Khatib, Mohannad Al Nsour, Yousef S. Khader, Mohammad Abu Khudair
  • Abstract: We have presented an overview about the mental health situation in Jordan during the coronavirus-2019 (COVID-19) in general, and we presented the situation of mental health and the provided support for Syrian refugees at the Zaatari camp.

Injuries Reported by Selected Health Facilities During the Arbaeenia Mass Gathering at Babel Governorate, Iraq, 2014: Retrospective Records Analysis

  • Date of Publication: May 28, 2020
  • Category: Mass Gathering
  • Name of Journal: JMIR Public Health Surveillance
  • Authors: Abdulaal Chitheer 1, Faris Lami 2, Ahmed Radhi 3, Ali Arbaji 4
  • Abstract: Background: Arbaeenia is the largest religious mass gathering in Iraq. The conditions associated with mass gatherings result in high rates of injury. There have been no prior studies on injuries during the Arbaeenia mass gathering. Objective: This study describes the injuries observed during the Arbaeenia mass gathering in Babel Governorate in Iraq between November 24 and December 14, 2014. Methods: The study was conducted in Babel Governorate at the emergency departments of six public hospitals and two major temporary medical units that...

Analysis of hepatitis C cascade of care in Qatar, 2017: a teaching case study

  • Date of Publication: May 16, 2020
  • Category: Case-studies
  • Name of Journal: The Pan African Medical Journal
  • Authors: Sayed Himatt, Amjad Idiris, Elmoubasher Abd Farag, Hamad Al-Romaihi, Mohamed Al-Thani, Moutaz Derbala, Saad AlKaabi, Yousef Khader, Malak A Shaheen
  • Abstract: Hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment is available free of charge for all patients in Qatar. Therefore, it is critical to identify approaches that will lead to a diagnosis of chronic HCV infection earlier in the course of disease, place and retain them on treatment. These are the elements of the cascade of care framework of the global strategy to eliminate HCV. There is a need to tailor HCV screening and treatment policies to a country-specific epidemiological context to reduce HCV burden. Robust surveillance systems and data are needed to...