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April-June 2018 | Vol 6 | Issue 2

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Original Article
An investigation of the saudi healthcare system's readiness for change in the light of vision 2030: The role of transformational leadership style
Objectives: Organisational change is among the major challenges that face healthcare organisations, and many factors affect their ability to be ready to adopt the change desired. Among these ...
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Original Article
Assessing the evolution and level of evidence of spine surgery research in Saudi Arabia
Objectives: To measure the impact of Saudi publications on global spine surgery literature, to evaluate the quality of these papers by measuring the level of evidence (LOE) and then to compar...
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Original Article
Attitudes and perceptions towards organ donation in Riyadh
Context: Organ donation is an optimal solution for patients with certain conditions who benefit from transplantation such as liver cirrhosis. The organs come from living and brain-dead donors...
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Translating the importance of simulation to practice: Strengthening learning outcomes
Background: Evidence against the positive outcomes of simulation exists, but greater evidence for its effectiveness as an educational approach is recorded. Materials and Methods: A q...
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Original Article
Stability testing of extemporaneous preparation of methyl salicylate ointment
Background: Pharmacist in community pharmacy, hospital or nursing home may be left with only option of preparing extemporaneous formulation using traditional compounding techniques when none ...
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  Journal of Health Specialties
ISSN - Print: 2468-6360,
Online: 2321-6298

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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