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It all starts and ends with the programme director
In any training programme, the programme director (PD) is a key to its success. The PD oversees the coordination and administration of all the administrative and educational aspects. Furthermore, the ...
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The Global Burden of Disease: A critical resource for informed policy making in the Gulf region
The Gulf countries have made tremendous improvements in their health systems in a short period of time due to extensive investments. However, during the same time period, rapid changes in lifestyle ha...
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Mass gatherings: A one-stop opportunity to complement global disease surveillance
Emerging infections including those resulting from the bioterrorist use of infectious agents have indicated the need for global health surveillance. This paper reviews multiple surveillance opportunit...
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Getting research into practice: The challenge for improvement in healthcare
Getting research into practice requires the integration of explicit knowledge, often called evidence and obtained from research, with tacit knowledge obtained from the experiences of healthcare profes...
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Three pillars of a biomedical research article: The title, abstract and keywords
The title is the main advertisement for an article and enables the reader to decide whether they want to read the article or not. The title should be simple, specific and reflect the article's content...
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