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January-April 2019 | Vol 8 | Issue 1

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Original Article
Relationship between quality of life of children with cerebral palsy and their mothers' depression and anxiety
Objective: To assess the relationship between maternal anxiety and depression and parent-reported quality of life (QOL) of children with cerebral palsy (CP). Methods: A cross-sectional...
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Original Article
The challenges and difficulties of the nursing interns during their clinical internship in Qassim Region, Saudi Arabia
Context: The relationship between the staffs and the nursing students is an essential factor that affects the clinical learning experience of the nursing students. However, students conveyed ...
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Cognitive mapping of the public's risk perception based on gender and age in Saudi Arabia
Background: Humans process their lifetime experiences internally as mental images that constitute their cognitive maps, which they employ to recall and assess important features in their rela...
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Awareness and experiences of female pilgrims about menstrual suppression during Hajj 1437 Hijrah: A cross-sectional study
Objectives: Our objective was to determine the awareness, use of medications to suppress menstruation along with their side effects, and satisfaction level among the pilgrims. Methods:...
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Prospective randomized comparison of controlled release ionic silver hydrophilic dressings and medicated honey-impregnated dressings in treating neuropathic diabetic foot ulcer
Background and Aim of the Work: Recent studies proved that ionic silver hydrogel is a cost-effective and clinically effective method of the treatment of wounds and in particular diabetic foot...
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  Saudi Journal for Health Sciences
ISSN - Print: 2278-1900,
Online: 2278-0521

Saudi Journal for Health Sciences, a publication of Taif University, is a peer-reviewed online journal with 3 Issues print on demand compilation of issues published.

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