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The role of digital health in making progress toward Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) 3 in conflict-affected populations
The effect of information technology on hospital performance
- Cynthia Williams, Yara M Asi, Amanda Raffenaud, M. Bagwell, I. Zeini
- MedicineHealth care management science
- 1 December 2016
It was found that electronic access to diagnostic results systems was the most influential technological characteristics; however organizational characteristics were more important than technological inputs.
Conflict and well-being: a comparative study of health-related quality of life, stress, and insecurity of university students in the West Bank and Jordan
Results indicate that outcomes in the West Bank were not significantly worse than in Jordan, and in some cases represented better functioning, especially in the SF-36 measures, and suggest that health and well-being outcomes are dependent on many factors in addition to conflict.
Determinants of Workplace Injuries and Violence Among Newly Licensed RNs
The study explored factors that affect injuries in a sample of newly licensed registered nurses in Florida and found that work environment issues must be addressed for safety programs to be effective.
Can Inbound and Domestic Medical Tourism Improve Your Bottom Line? Identifying the Potential of a U.S. Tourism Market
- M. Fottler, D. Malvey, Yara M Asi, S. Kirchner, Natalia A Warren
- MedicineJournal of healthcare management / American…
- 1 January 2014
A large, urban healthcare system in the southeastern United States is used to quantify its potential market opportunities for medical tourism, and implications for healthcare executives and guidance on how they can focus marketing efforts are discussed.
Effectiveness of integrating case studies in online and face-to-face instruction of pathophysiology: a comparative study.
The argument that with proper use of innovative teaching tools, such as case studies, online pathophysiology classes can foster a sense of community and interaction that is typically only seen with face-to-face classes is supported, based on student responses.
Achieving Food Security Through Localisation, Not Aid: “De-development” and Food Sovereignty in the Palestinian Territories
- Yara M Asi
- Political Science
- 22 April 2020
Food aid is a common response to the food insecurity brought by conflict and inadequate development. Yet the very well-intentioned actions that are meant to stave off immediate humanitarian crises…
Equality through Innovation: Promoting Women in the Workplace in Low‐ and Middle‐Income Countries with Health Information Technology
Assessing gender responsiveness of COVID-19 response plans for populations in conflict-affected humanitarian emergencies
Background The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated rapid development of preparedness and response plans to quell transmission and prevent illness across the world. Increasingly, there is an…