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July-September 2017 | Vol 5 | Issue 3

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The commission in 2020: A transformation journey worth taking!
There is no doubt that the world we are living in today is going through major transformation; so much so that transformation is becoming the norm. The destination for our collective journey of transf...
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Faculty perspective on competency-based research education: A multi-centre study from Saudi Arabia
Introduction: Research is becoming indispensable in today's medical education and clinical practice. Engaging medical students in research activities and producing clinically competent and ...
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Paediatric emergency department during the holidays: Findings from a 10-year analysis of visit rates and trauma patterns
Context: It has been observed that emergency department (ED) visits have been continuously increasing globally and that certain days might affect ED visits and trauma patterns. In previous lite...
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Knowledge, attitude and intention towards nursing profession among pre-clinical students
Context: In Saudi Arabia, there is still an insufficient supply of nursing graduates to meet the growing demand for nurses to provide patient care. Aims: The aim of this study was to fur...
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Role of methylglyoxal as a transient receptor potential ankyrin 1 agonist in colon motility disturbances associated with diabetes
Introduction: Evidence has been found to suggest that methylglyoxal (MG) plays a mediating role in diabetes-related gastrointestinal conditions, and a possible mechanism relating to these condi...
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  Journal of Health Specialties
Journal of Health Specialties is a new scientific publication for the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties. It is a quarterly journal issued in January, April, July and October.

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