Laila Marouf

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A case of shrapnel injury to the optic nerve documented by computed tomography, resulting in total, but partially reversible visual loss, is presented. In view of the visual field defect and computed tomographic findings, a transient vascular insult is incriminated. The irreversible loss in the lower field of vision is related to the shearing effect of(More)
We focus on information and knowledge flows as social network processes in organizational contexts. Seeking and giving work-related information is distinguished from seeking and providing problem-solving help as knowledge flows. Hypotheses from the literature suggest that (perceived) accessibility, knowledge about the work-related skills of others, and(More)
Knowledge management is considered as an important factor in improving health care services. KM facilitates the transfer of existing knowledge and the development of new knowledge in hospitals. This paper reviews practices adopted by doctors in Kuwait for capturing, sharing, and generating knowledge. It also discusses the perceived impact of KM practices on(More)
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