Khoaja M. Khaled

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OBJECTIVE To develop a questionnaire to assess audit activity and to use it to evaluate systematically the quality of audit in obstetrics and gynaecology within NHS hospitals in the UK. DESIGN Retrospective review of 212 consecutive questionnaires completed at hospital recognition committee visits for training accreditation, between 1 January 1993 and 31(More)
The practice of circumcision began in antiquity. Female circumcision is common in many African countries, such as Egypt and Sudan. In Egypt, the practice is legal if carried out by a doctor. The Egyptian Organization of Human Rights recently reported that up to 3600 girls were circumcised daily in the country, such that 95% of girls under age 16 years in(More)
Audit is developing both in theory and practice. This article highlights topics suitable for clinical audit across the whole range of pregnancy care. Many of the examples chosen specifically relate to recent publications that have attempted to set clear guidelines and standards, which can thus be audited. The topics have also been chosen to illustrate the(More)
Khaled Aryanfar Tuberculosis (TB) progress toward Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and Directly Observed Therapy, Short-course (DOTS) in WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) (Under direction of Frances McCarty, PhD ) Background: Tuberculosis (TB) is an airborne infection. Though effective anti-TB drugs have been available for more than 50 years, over(More)
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