Hamzah Tariq Alzubaidi

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AIM The objective of this study was to explore a new model for diabetes self-management support in Arabic-speaking migrants. METHODS Two qualitative methods were used: face-to-face semi-structured individual interviews and focus groups. Interviews were audio-taped, transcribed verbatim and coded thematically. Arabic-speaking migrants with Type 2 diabetes(More)
OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to explore the decision-making processes and associated barriers and enablers that determine access and use of healthcare services in Arabic-speaking and English-speaking Caucasian patients with diabetes in Australia. STUDY SETTING AND DESIGN Face-to-face semistructured individual interviews and group interviews(More)
AIM The aim of this study was to explore and compare medication-taking experiences and associated issues in Arabic-speaking and Caucasian English-speaking patients with Type 2 diabetes in Australia. METHODS Various healthcare settings in metropolitan Melbourne, Australia, were purposefully selected to obtain a diverse group of participants with Type 2(More)
  • Zamzam Mohamed Ismail, Enas Al Manasreh, +8 authors Maria Cordina
  • 2016
Lise Aagaard, Denmark Linda Aagaard Thomsen, Denmark Salah AbuRuz, Jordan Ana Advinha, Portugal Zamzam Mohamed Ismail Ahmed, United Kingdom Gazala Akram, United Kingdom Enas Al Manasreh, Australia Jennifer Allen, United Kingdom Brian Almand, New Zealand Anna Birna Almarsdottir, Denmark Hesham Al-Sallami, New Zealand Mayce Al-Sukhni, Canada Filipa Alves da(More)
Background delivering appropriate care for patients with multimorbidity and polypharmacy is increasingly challenging. Challenges for individual healthcare professions are known, but only little is known about overall healthcare team implementation of best practice for these patients. Objective to explore current approaches to multimorbidity management,(More)
AIMS To compare illness and treatment perceptions between Arabic-speaking immigrants and Caucasian English-speaking people with type 2 diabetes, and explore the relationships between these beliefs and adherence to self-care activities. METHODS A cross-sectional study was conducted in healthcare settings with large Arabic populations in metropolitan and(More)
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