Khalid A. Bin Abdulrahman

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BACKGROUND Medical education in Saudi Arabia is facing multiple challenges, including the rapid increase in the number of medical schools over a short period of time, the influx of foreign medical graduates to work in Saudi Arabia, the award of scholarships to hundreds of students to study medicine in various countries, and the absence of published national(More)
The rapid development of new drugs, therapies, and devices has created a dramatic increase in the number of clinical research studies that highlights the need for greater participation in research by physicians as well as patients. Furthermore, the potential of clinical research is unlikely to be reached without greater participation of physicians in(More)
BACKGROUND There is rapid increase in the incidence of Diabetes Mellitus (DM) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA), as in other countries. An optimal care of diabetic patients depends on the health care providers as well as the type of health care setting. Due to the severity of chronic complications in Type 2 diabetic patients, it is essential to assess(More)
Learning disabilities (LDs) represent the largest group of disabilities in higher education (HE) institutes, including medical schools, and the numbers are continuing to rise. The worrying concern is that two-thirds to half of these students with LDs remain undiagnosed when they start their undergraduate education and may even graduate without having their(More)
BACKGROUND Every year nearly 1,500 students enter into medical program after passing high school and national aptitude exams. However, many students experience frustration, failure, and psychological morbidities like stress, depression, and anxiety because they are not aware of their learning styles or do not have effective learning skills and strategies.(More)
BACKGROUND The percentage of Saudi physicians practicing in the public health sector did not exceed 22.6% in 2009, and did not reach 20% in 2006. This is despite the fact that more than 80% of the Saudi population seeks health care in the public health sector. Such a low percentage of Saudi physicians is even significantly lower in the private health(More)
AIM The aim of this study is to assess students' views on student-teacher relationship and its effect on academic grades. METHODS The present cross-sectional study was conducted in the College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, in 2005. The questionnaires were distributed to 420 students during the examination period in order to obtain a full(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore patient's expectations before consulting their general practitioners (GPs) and determine the factors that influence them. METHODS A cross sectional survey was carried out in five primary care centers representing different areas of Riyadh city, Saudi Arabia using a self-administered questionnaire distributed to patients before(More)
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