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What are the barriers and facilitators of volunteering among healthcare students during the COVID-19 pandemic? A Saudi-based cross-sectional study (2021)
Reem S. AlOmar, Nouf A. AlShamlan, Naheel A. AlAmer, Fajar Aldulijan, Seereen AlMuhaidib, Omar Almukhadhib, Saad A. Algarni, Askar Alshaibani, Magdy Darwish, and Malak Al Shammari
Will Covid-19 be cured? – A prediction through Bibliometric Analysis (2021)
European Academic Research
J. P. S. Kumaravel and Mohamed Idhris
Work-Life Balance Outlook in Saudi Arabia (2021)
Arun Vijay Subbarayalu, Sivasankar Prabaharan, and Masthan Devalapalli
Workplace violence among Registered Nurses in Saudi Arabia: A qualitative study (2021)
Nursing Open
Jordan Tovera Salvador, Friyal Mubarak Alqahtani, Maha Mohammed Al‐Madani, Mu’taman Khalil Jarrar, Sherien Ragab Dorgham, Lilibeth Dela Victoria Reyes, and Mohammed Alzaid
Which level of preoperative glycated haemoglobin (HbA1c) affect early morbidity and mortality after cardiac surgery? (2020)
Australasian Medical Journal
Yasser F. Elghoneimy, Medhat R. Nashy, Sharifah A. Othman, Norah M. Almarri, Asayel A. Alruwaili, Assayl R. Alotaibi, and Fahad A. Alshammari
Women's economic empowerment, participation in decision-making and exposure to violence as risk indicators for early childhood caries (2020)
Morenike Oluwatoyin Folayan, Maha El Tantawi, Ana Vukovic, Robert Schroth, Balgis Gaffar, Ola B. Al-Batayneh, Rosa Amalia, Arheiam Arheiam, Mary Obiyan, Hamideh Daryanavard and Early Childhood Caries Advocacy Group
Web 2.0 Usage among Students for Academic Activities: A study of Computing Undergraduate Students in Pakistan (2019)
International Journal of Applied Engineering Research
Madeeha Saqib, Tooba Nasir, Saqib Saeed, Sardar Zafar Iqbal and Hina Gull
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