Syria: public health disasters in the era of no world order
- Political ScienceInternational Journal of Public Health
Syria used to be a small peaceful country of 23 million, but today it is very sick, and the sickness is engulfing the people, history, and thousands of years of coexistence of cultures.
How Armenian Syrian Millennial Refugees use Social Media to Facilitate Integration into Canadian Society
This paper reports findings of a study which addressed Armenian Syrian millennial refugees’ utilization of text and image as a form of communication on Snapchat. Findings are based on data collected…
Effectiveness of a peer-refugee delivered psychological intervention to reduce psychological distress among adult Syrian refugees in the Netherlands: study protocol
- Medicine, PsychologyEuropean journal of psychotraumatology
Evaluating the effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of the peer-refugee delivered PM+ intervention among Syrian refugees with elevated levels of psychological distress in the Netherlands finds PM+ has proved effectiveness in other populations and settings.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis in Syria: A review of available data during the war years: 2011–2018
- Medicine, Political SciencePLoS neglected tropical diseases
The analysis of data from the three available sources indicates that number of reported cases progressively grew from prewar levels to reach a peak in 2015, decreased in 2016, remained stable in 2017, and increased again in 2018.
Renal function tests in patients with Cutaneous Leishmania after treatment with Glucantime
In the war in Syria, the prevalence of infection was increased and had side effect on kidney parameter in infected patients treated with Glucantime, and highly significant increase in urea, uric acid and creatinine in infected group as compared to control one.