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Rami Salem Mosleh

Rami Salem Mosleh
An-Najah National · Department of Pharmacy

PhD

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Background Diabetes prevalence at Palestine was 10%, with a rising fund crisis, and diabetes healthcare problems. There was a limited research concerning diabetes healthcare dimensions including organizational factors and their predictors. Objectives This study described patient characteristics and organizational factors, and assessed relationship...
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This study aims to assess factors related to self–care management through conducting a cross–sectional study. A personal interview using structured questionnaires together with a medical records review sought information about socio–demographic, clinical characteristics, healthcare system factors, and self–care management. Univariate and multivaria...
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Background: Testing by pharmacogenomics (PGx) aims to reduce the side-effects of medicines and to optimize therapy. Aim: To ascertain the knowledge and attitudes towards PGx among pharmacy students in Jordan and West Bank of Palestine (WBP). Methods: This cross-sectional study focused on pharmacy students from five universities in Jordan and W...
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Objectives: The aim of this study is to assess glycemic control and its relationship with patient characteristics, health-care system factors, and self-care management in type II diabetes patients.Methods: A retrospective cross-sectional study was conducted among 330 type II diabetes patients who met the inclusion criteria and whose medical records...
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Purpose: COVID-19 vaccines are critical for containing the pandemic and preventing serious SARS-CoV-2 infections. In addition to the two main doses, a booster dose has been utilized to improve immunity. The aim of current study is to evaluate Iraqi adult population knowledge, attitudes, and practices towards COVID-19 booster dose. Subjects and me...
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Background: Diabetes Mellitus (DM) is considered the fourth leading cause of death in Palestine, with a prevalence of 9.1% in patients aged 20-79 years, and is predicted to increase to 20.6% by 2020. Aims: This study aims to estimate DM costs, compare DM total health care cost among patient characteristics and DM management (e.g. Anti-diabetic med...
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Background: COVID-19 is a new pandemic and the best protection against this infection is by vaccination. Aims: To assess the commitment to COVID-19 health precautions and vaccination willingness among the Palestinian population. Methods: An online-based survey was developed in an observational cross-sectional study. A total of 1367 participant...
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Background: Understanding the university students' perception of Water Pipe smoking addictions and factors behind the rise in the prevalence of Water Pipe smoking will contribute effectively in the prevention strategies and policies development. Aims: Thus, this study aims to assess the prevalence of Water Pipe smoking among university students...
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The question of whether children should be vaccinated against COVID-19 is currently being argued. The risk benefit analysis of the vaccine in children has been more challenging because of the low prevalence of acute COVID-19 in children and the lack of confidence in the relative effects of the vaccine and the disease. One of the most convincing arg...
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Purpose: The Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic poses a serious threat to countless lives. Development of an efficient vaccination can help end the pandemic. Vaccine hesitancy/refusal is a huge issue that could stymie attempts to combat the disease. The goal of this study is to examine COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy in Iraq where at the end o...
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Objectives Pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing optimizes pharmacotherapy and reduces interindividual variation in drug responses. However, it is still not implemented in clinical practice in the West Bank of Palestine (WBP). The aim of this study was to determine the need for PGx education and testing among physicians from different specialties in WBP....
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Purpose: This study aims to assess the effect of the COVID-19 confinement on the population wellbeing using the EQ-5D questionnaire. Methods: After receiving the written permission from the EuroQol Research Foundation, an online-based survey was prepared and a total of 1380 participants were recruited via social media. The relationships of all the...
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Background: Pharmacogenomics testing aims to optimise therapy and reduce the inter-individual variation in drug response. One of the major barriers against the implementation of pharmacogenomics testing is the low level of knowledge on the topic. Aims: This study aimed to evaluate the need for pharmacogenomics education among pharmacists in the...
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Objectives Pharmacogenomics (PGx) testing optimizes pharmacotherapy and reduces interindividual variation in drug responses. However, it is still not implemented in clinical practice in the West Bank of Palestine (WBP). The aim of this study was to determine the need for PGx education and testing among physicians from different specialties in WBP....

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UK and International comparisons of attitudes and effectiveness of COVID-19 vaccines