Focused Issue on The Role of Sudanese Diaspora and NGO in Health System in Sudan

Posted On 2019-12-05 03:17:54

In this special issue we have tried to highlights the contributions of Sudanese medical diaspora and local non-governmental organizations (NGOs) in the development of the health care system in Sudan. The reader may find the special issue covered different disciplines and this can be attributed to the contributions of different specialists.


Original Aritcle

Perception, Barriers, and Practice of Research among Teaching Staff at Five Sudanese Medical Faculties

Anas Ibn Auf, Heitham Awadalla, Magda Elhadi Ahmed, Mohamed H. Ahmed4

The role of diaspora and non-governmental organization in helping Sudanese children with congenital heart diseases: six years’ pediatric cardiac surgery camps experience

Osama Yousif Algibali, Baha Eldin Juma, Reem Osama Algibaly

Knowledge, attitude and practice of Sudanese individuals with type 2 diabetes about medication used in treatment of diabetes, hypertension and dyslipidaemia: a matter of debate or matter of concern?

Shaima Salah Eldin Khogali, Walaa Ahmad Ali, Sara Yousif Mohamed, Hisham Elhag Abdelrahim, Ashwag Abdulrahim Mirghani, Rabah Hassan Ali, Mashaeir Jailani, Banan Mustafa Omer, Nada Abdrahman Ibrahim, Mohamed H. Ahmed

Final year medical students and professionalism: Lessons from six Sudanese medical schools?

Nazik Elmalaika Husain, Nasr Mohamed Ahmed Elsheikh, Mohamed Nasr Elsheikh, Amal Mahmoud, Mohamed Yousif Sukkar, Mohammad A. M. Ibnouf, Mohamed H. Ahmed

Assessment of Pathology Trainees Satisfaction: Results of a survey from Sudan

Azza A. Zulfu, Shaza K. Abass, Haitham Awadalla, Sawsan Abdel Raheem Babiker, Mohamed H. Ahmed


Review Article

Save A Life (SALI) Model: An intervention model to achieve Development Goals through Public NGO Partnership (PNP), capability development and evidence-based practice

Heitham Awadalla, Ibrahim A. Janahi, David Dombkins, Fahad A. Elnour, Osman Abbass, Abubakr A. Omer, Khalid Mudawe Nurain, Abulgassim Abdelwahab, Osama Y. Algibali


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