Scientific Program

Day 1 - 2 March 2016, Thursday
08:00 - 09:00Registration
09:00-10:00Keynote Session: Bridging Gaps between Family Practice and Family Medicine
10:00 - 11:00Opening Ceremony
11:00 - 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 - 13:00WHO EMRO Symposium - Family Practice for Universal Health Coverage
13:00 - 14:00Lunch Break
14:00 - 15:30Session 1:
Updates on Medical Education
Workshop 1:
Basics of Scientific Research Paper Writing and Publishing
Oral Presentations 1
15:30 - 16:00Coffee Break
16:00-17:30Session 2:
Ethics & Research Methodolgy
Workshop 2:
Evidence Based Medicine and Critical Appraisal
Oral Presentations 2
Day 2 - 3 March 2016, Friday
08:30-10:00Keynote Session: NCDs - Cardiovascular Diseases
10:00 - 10:15Coffee Break
10:15-12:15Session 3:
Updates in Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Workshop 3:
Fundamentals of Liver Diseases: Optimizing Linkage to Care
Workshop 4:
Social Media and Physicians: A good pair but guidelines for use needed
12:00-14:00Prayer & Lunch Break
14:00 15:00Session 4:
NCD - Diabetes Management

Oral presentations 3Workshop 5:
Time to Act on Obesity Part 1
15:00-15:30Coffee Break
15:30-16:00Session 5:
Diabetes Management
Workshop 6:
Smoking Cessation
Workshop 5:
Time to Act on Obesity Part 2
17:00-18:00Oral Presentation 4Workshop 7:
Addressing GP Mental Health Consultations in Islamic Culture
Day 3 - 4 March 2016, Saturday
09:00-10:30Session 6:
Respiratory

Workshop 8:
Comparing regional countries' primary health care policy
10:30:-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:30Session 7:
Access To Care
Workshop 9:
FAST WS- Fast Awareness & Screening On Time
12:30-13:30State of Art Lectures in Emerging Fields
13:30-13:45Closing Remarks & Appreciation
13:45-14:45Lunch Break
TimeTopicSpeakers
08:00 - 09:00Registration
09:00-09:30Welcome speeches Wonca Commiteee
09:30-10:30Keynote Session : Bridging Gaps between Family Practice and Family Medicine
Chairs: Dr. Mohamed Tarawneh, Dr. Mohamed Farghaly
09:30-09:50Whats in a Name? - The Challenges of Defining Family Practice and Family MedicineProf. Amanda Howe
09:50-10:10Perspectives on Bridging Gaps between Family Practice and Family MedicineProf. Michael Kidd
10:10-10:30Turning Family Medicine into PracticeProf. Richard Roberts
10:30 - 11:15Opening Ceremony
11:15 - 11:30 Coffee Break
11:30 - 13:00WHO EMRO Symposium - Family Practice for Universal Health Coverage
11:30-11:45Universal Health Coverage across Sustainable Development GoalsDr. Zafar Mirza
11:45-12:00Journey for Improvement Quality of Essential Health Care Services: Progressing towards UHC in EMRDr. Hassan Salah
12:00-13:00Panel Discussion - Online Bridge Program for Building Capacities of
General Practitioners in Family Medicine: Challenges and Opportunities
Dr. Faisal Abdullatif Al Nasir
Dr. Tom Ocallaghan
Dr. Huda Duwaisan
Dr. Mona Osman
Dr. Aisha Mohammed Suhail
13:00 - 14:00Lunch
14:00 - 15:30Session 1 : Updates on Medical Education
Chairs: Prof. Chris Van Weel, Dr Amanda Howe
14:00 - 14:30Importance of investing of FM Residency ProgramDr. Ashraf Ahmed
14:30 - 15:00Updates on UAE Professional DevelopmentDr. Mohamed Nasaif
15:00 - 15:30The Problem ResidentDr. Nawal Al Kaabi
15:30 - 16:00Coffee Break
16:00-17:30Session 2 : Ethics & Research Methodolgy
Chairs: Prof. Taghreed Farahat & Dr. Hamda Khan Sahab
16:00-16:30Ethical process approval in Clinical ResearchProf. Nabil Sulaiman
16:30-17:00Medical Research updates in Family PracticeProf. Chris Van Wheel
17:00-17:30Education & Communication Skills among Family PhysicianProf. Faisal Al Nasir
17:30-18:00Network with experts
Moderator: Dr Hassan Salah
Faculty: Prof. Amanda Howe, Prof. Chris van Weel, Prof. Michael Kidd, Prof. Richard Roberts
Time TopicSpeakers
08:30-10:00Keynote Session : NCDs - Cardiovascular Diseases
Chairs:Dr. Juma Taha
08:30-09:00Coronary Artery Disease in WomenDr. Wael Al Mahameed
09:00-09:30Cardivasular Risk Calculations: Which Tools to use?Dr. Ashraf Swidan
09:30-10:00Effectiveness of Smoking Cessation Program in Primary Health CareDr. Hanan Obaid
10:00 - 10:30Coffee Break
10:30-12:00Session 3 : Updates in Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Chair: Prof. Christophe Hezode, Dr. Hani Swidan
10:30-11:10Global Burden of HCV and the Role of DAAs in HCV treatmentProf. Ashley Brown
11:10-11:30HCV Eradication: Is it a Possible Goal
Dr. Salem Awadh
11:30-12:00Optimizing the Management of Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseDr. Nigel Beejay
12:00-14:00Prayer & Lunch
14:00 15:00Session 4 : NCD - Diabetes
Chairs: Dr. Faisal Al Nasir & Dr Mohamed Rasoul Tarawneh
14:00 - 14:20Updates in Guideline in Diabetes ManagementDr. Mohamed Farghaly
14:20 - 14:40A Proof of Concept on a Customer Centric Diabetes Management ProgramDr. Sherif Mahmoud
14:40-15:00Insulin Initiation Journey of a Type 2 Diabetes PatientDr. Mohammed Hassanain
15:00-15:30Coffee Break
15:30-17:00Session 5 : Updates on Diabetes Management
Chairs: Dr. Mohamed Farghaly & Dr. Mohamed Tarawneh
15:30-16:00Residual Risk in Diabetes Management:
The Association between Diabetic Atherogenic Dyslipidemia and Microvascular Residual Risk
Dr. Ghaidaa Kadaha
16:00-16:30Leadership (The Rare Currency) in the Health Management ParadigmDr. Eyad Al Fares
16:30-17:00The Golden Standards in Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes MellitesDr Mazen Askheta
17:00-18:00Oral Presentation 4
Chairs: Dr. Wedad Al Maidoor & Dr. Taghreed Farahat
TimeTopicSpeakers
09:00-10:30Session 6 : Respiratory Case
Chairs: Dr. Ashraf Swidan & Dr. Ahd Shaheen
09:00-09:30Extended Impact of Sleep ApneaDr. Hassan Al Hariri
09:30-10:00Updates in Asthma MangementDr. Bassam Mahboub
10:00-10:30Justified Use of Antibiotics in Upper Respiratoy Tract InfectionsDr. Oraib Smadi
10:30:-11:00Coffee Break
11:00-12:00Session 7 : Access To Care
Chairs: Dr. Mohamed Farghaly, Dr. Ayesha Sohail
11:00-11:30Patient Centre Home CareDr. Latifa Al Ketbi
11:30-12:00Updates on E Health Dr. Mohamed Redha
12:00-13:00State of Art Lectures in Emerging Fields
Chairs: Dr. Salwa Elsanousi
12:00-12:20State of Art in Early Detection of Inflammatory Back Pain Dr. Mohammed Hamouded
12:20-12:40Time of diagnosis of Cancer Makes DefferenceDr. Jalaa Taher
12:40-13:00Management of H. PyloriDr. Ahmed Jazzar
13:00-13:15Closing Remarks & Appreciation
13:15-14:15Lunch
Workshop 1: Basics of Scientific Research Paper Writing and Publishing
Day 1 - 2nd March 2017 - 14:00-15:30 - Room B
Faculty: Dr. Hamda Khansaheb
This workshop provides a great opportunity for medical students, residents and physicians to understand the art of scientific paper writing and the essential sections and features of a scientific paper (structured abstract, introduction, hypothesis, methods, results, discussion, and conclusions).
It also aims to discuss the standards of medical writing and provide tips on clear, concise, and effective writing so that they could properly present their research findings and prepare for publication.
Workshop 2: Evidence Based Medicine and Critical Appraisal
Day 1 - 2nd March 2017 - 16:00-17:30 - Room B
Faculty: Dr. Ebtihal Darwesh
This workshop will provide an introduction to evidence based medicine (EBM), why we need EBM and how to practice it. We will also discuss application of EBM.
Workshop 3: Fundamentals of Liver Diseases: Optimizing Linkage to Care
Day 2 - 3rd March 2017 - 10:30-12:00 - Room B
Faculty: Dr. Huda Al Quraishi, Dr. Ahmed Al Rifai
This Workshop will discuss epidemiology and fundamentals of Hepatitis B and C. It will also discuss latest methods of management for liver diseases and hepatitis B & C.
Workshop 4: Social Media and Physicians: A good pair but guidelines for use needed
Day 2 - 3rd March 2017 - 10:30-12:00 - Room C
Faculty: Dr. Nagwa Nashat, Dr. Marwa Mohasseb, Dr. Souzi Ismail, Dr. Mohammed Mahmoud
This workshop will discuss different types of social media, pros and cons of using social media, value of positive effect of social media in practice as well as key things to take care when using social media in practice.
Workshop 5: Time to Act on Obesity
Day 2 - 3rd March 2017 - 14:00-17:30 - Room C
Faculty: Dr Nadia Ahmad
This education ensures you are current with the latest data and clinical practices for treating obesity, including:
• Lifestyle-Directed Anti-Obesity Therapy
• Pharmacological Treatment of Obesity
• Surgical Treatment of Obesity
The engaging workshop curriculum uses interactive cases designed by Harvard Medical School experts in Obesity Medicine. An obesity care toolkit and certificate will be provided upon completion of the sessions.
Workshop 6: Smoking Cessation
Day 2 - 3rd March 2017 - 15:30-16:15 - Room B
Faculty: Dr. Iyad Hassan
This Workshop will deal with the methods and ways of quitting nicotine and its effects on patients. It will also discuss how a physician can help them face challenges of quitting nicotine and help patient.
Workshop 7: Addressing GP Mental health Consultations in Islamic Culture
Day 2 - 3rd March 2017 - 16:45-17:30 - Room B
Faculty: Enda Murphy
This workshop demonstrates a model of CBT which translates complex psychodynamics into a simple framework where specific problems can be easily identified and treated.
This provides a proven method that can be easily learned and applied within the constraints encountered in the health care services of Islamic cultures facilitating a change in the recurring nature of consultations. These interventions are highly effective in treating anxiety, depression and most common mental health problems being treated by GP's in Islamic culture today
Workshop 8: Comparing regional Countries Primary Healthcare Policy
Day 3 - 4th March 2017 - 09:00-10:30 - Room B
Faculty: Prof. Chris Van Weel, Dr. Taghreed Farahat, Prof. Faisal Al Nasir, Dr. Mariam Abdul Malik, Dr. Salwa Elsanousi, Dr. Wadeia Al Sharief
Representatives from different countries will present primary healthcare policy to the attendees. Prof Chris van Weel will moderate the comparison of different policies and how it can be beneficial for different countries to adopt and learn from strategies of other countries.
Workshop 9: FAST Awareness & Screening on Time
Day 3 - 4th March 2017 - 11:00-12:30 - Room B
Faculty: Dr. Mohanad Diab
This workshop will identify the methods of early cancer screening and its benefits for patients and doctors.
ORAL PRESENTATION 1
Day 1 – 2 March 2017, Thursday – 14:00 – 15:30
• Awareness of stomach and colorectal cancer symptoms and barriers of seeking medical help among adult public attending primary care settings in Muscat City, Oman.; Dr. Jamila Al-kindi, Oman Medical Specialty Board, Oman.
• Pattern and predictors of glycemic control among type 2 diabetics in Armed Forces Hospital of Jizan, southwestern Saudi Arabia; Dr. Hassan Abdelwahed, Armed Forces Hospital Of Jizan (afhj), Jizan, Saudi Arabia.
• Awareness of cancer risk factors, signs and symptoms among students of the Sultan Qaboos University, Oman: A cross section survey; Dr. Mohammed Hilal Al-Azri, Sultan Qaboos University, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health, Oman.
• Foot care Knowledge, Practice and the prevalence of peripheral neuropathy among type II diabetic patients attending three Family Medicine centers in Cairo; Prof. Diaa Marzouk, Faculty Of Medicine Ain Shams University, Egypt.
• Non-specific Chronic Low Back Pain and Quality of Life; Dr. Hana Abu-Hassan, The University of Jordan, Jordan.
• Hypertensive patients' adherence to medications and lifestyle changes in Kotor, Egypt; Dr. Heba Bargawi, Umm Al Qura University, Saudi Arabia.
• Management of heart failure in primary care: Is there a role for the use of B-type natiuretic peptide (BNP) test?; Dr. Marwa Ahmed, Southwark Ccg, United Kingdom.
• Syphilis sero-positivity among pregnant women attending public antenatal clinics: A five year analysis from 15 public clinics in Gaborone, Botswana; Dr. Adewale Bisiriyu Ganiyu, Department Of Family Medicine & Public Health, Faculty Of Medicine. University Of Botswana, Botswana.
ORAL PRESENTATION 2
Day 1 – 2 March 2017, Thursday – 16:00 – 17:30
• Impact of Compliance to Therapy of Congenital Hypothyroidism on The Neurodevelopmental outcome in Sharkia Governorate; Dr. Nagwa Hegazy, Menoufia University, Egypt.
• Depression among Overweight and Obese Egyptian Females Attending National Nutritional Institute; Dr. Inas El Sayed, Cairo University, Egypt.
• Prevalence of Common Mental Disorders in Adult Patients Attending the Family Medicine Clinics, in Kasr Alainy Faculty of Medicine: A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study; Dr. Rasha Alkholy, Faculty Of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt.
• A Cross-sectional Study of Sleep Disorders and Insomnia Among Night Shift Health Workers in Eastern Province hospitals, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 2016; Ms. Zainab Almumen, Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain.
• Depression and Anxiety among Hypertensive and Diabetic PHC Patients: Could patients’ perception of their disease control used as a screening tool?; Dr. Abdullah Al-khathami, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia.
• Assessment of Cognitive Status for Dementia by Using The Six-Item Cognitive Impairment Test (6-Cit) as a Screening Tool at Primary Care Setting in Military Hospital, Tabuk, KSA; Prof. Tariq Shaqran, Armed Forces Hospitals, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabia.
• Obesity in Women: An Epidemic in Arab World; Dr. Firdous Jahan, Oman Medical College, Oman.
• Severity of Menopausal Symptoms in Relation to Obesity, Smoking, and Exercise in Middle-aged Jordanian Women; Dr. Ruba Jaber, University Of Jordan, Jordan.
ORAL PRESENTATION 3
Day 2 – 3 March 2017, Thursday – 14:00 – 15:00
• Decision-Making in Family Medicine; are we involving our patients?; Dr. Noha Dashash, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia.
• An inter-professional learning experience - medical students engaging with ambulance services during their Community medicine term; Dr. Ameeta Patel, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar.
• Community Based Education (CBE) In Hadramout University College Of Medicine (HUCOM), Yemen; Prof. Abdulla Bin Ghouth, Hadramout University College Of Medicine, Yemen.
• Prevalence of Stress among Medical Students; Ms. Waad Al Majnoni, Umm Al-qura University, Saudi Arabia.
• Pattern of Morbidity among Elders attending General Practice: Health and Need Assessment of Geriatric patients in Oman; Dr. Shaikh Muhammad Naeem, Oman Medical College, Oman.
• A Cross-sectional Study of Sleep Disorders and Insomnia Among Night Shift Health Workers in Eastern Province hospitals, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 2016; Dr. Zainab Almumen
• Key findings from a scoping review of interprofessional online learning for primary healthcare teams ; Dr. Clodagh Mcloughlin
ORAL PRESENTATION 4
Day 2 – 3 March 2017, Thursday – 17:00 – 18:00
• Frequency, Reasons and Perceived Benefit of Energy Drinks Consumption Among University Students at King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Science; Dr. Fadyaih Alajlan, national guard hospital, Saudi Arabia.
• A community study examining the health needs of the elderly population in Qatar; Dr. Sajedah Shaltoni, University Hospital Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
• Lifestyle Prescription: How to Overcome the Barriers; Dr. Bader Almustafa, Qatif Primary Health Care, Saudi Arabia.
• EBM at the tips of your fingers; Dr. Hanouf Binhimd, MOH, Saudi Arabia.
• Give Or Not To Give. Choosing Wisely Evidence-Based Use of Antibiotics in Family Medicne; Dr. Nabil Al-Kayssi, Non, Canada.
• Do we dare unmask atrial fibrillation; Dr. Michaela Machacova, The Slovak Society Of General Practice Of The Slovak Medical Association, Slovakia.
• Current Situation, challenges & future of Family Medicine teaching & training as specialty (Egyptian Experience); Dr. Taghreed Farahat
  1. Health problems after a  recent flood  among  the people of Alo’r Chor  : extremely  rural community of Bangladesh; Shaharior Mohammed, Green Life Medical College, Bangladesh.
  1. Cohesion and Family Adaptability of Patientes with Diabetes Type 2 Controlled and Uncontrolled; Juan Carlos Tomas Lopez, Instituto Mexicano Del Seguro Social, Mexico.
  1. Family Medicine Capability in Medical Disaster Response; Abdulmajeed Alshowair, PSMMC, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices of Primary Care Physicians in Colorectal Cancer Screening, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia 2012; Omar Banamah, King Abdulazeez Medical City Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Diabetic foot care in Family Practice; Firdous Jahan, Oman Medical College, Oman.
  1. Knowledge and Awareness about Cervical Cancer Vaccine (HPV) Among Parents in Sharjah; Ahmad Saqer, University Of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
  1. Medical Students Knowledge and Perception regarding Complementary and Alternative Medicine used in Dyslipidemia and Diabetes treatment; Firdous Jahan, Oman Medical College, Oman.
  1. Teaching Physicians and Paramedics to Work Together to Interpret an Effective History in a Multicultural State Mobile Healthcare Service; Patrick Davern, Mobile Healthcare Service Hamad Corporation Doha, Ireland.
  1. Experience of Moroccan Peer-Group of Salé: a Methodology for Self-Study and Evaluation of Practice.; Rokia Cherkaoui Dekkaki, Mg Maroc, Morocco.
  1. Issues of informed consent in research in children; Modupe Ladipo, College Of Medicine, University Of Ibadan, Nigeria.
  1. The Prevalence of Hypothyroidism among Females Age 35 – 49 Years in Haoutat PHC in (KSA); Inas El Sayed, Cairo University, Egypt.
  1. Eating habits Among Health Care  Providers During Working Hours At National Guard Health Affairs – Riyadh; Taghreed Alhazmi, King Abdulaziz Medical City- Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Exercise Knowledge, Attitude and Practice among Pregnant Female at Al-Wazarat Health Center, Riyadh 2015; Ghadi Alyoubi, Prince Sultan Military Medical City, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Prevalence of Cognitive Impairment in Senior Patients Attending the Family Medicine Clinics, Kasr Alaini Faculty of Medicine: A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study; Rasha Alkholy, Faculty Of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt.
  1. Patients’ Knowledge, Perception and Attitude regarding Complementary and alternative medicine to control Dyslipidemia and Diabetes in Primary care; Zaid Mukhlif, Oman Medical College, Oman.
  1. An accredited continuing professional development( CPD) peer review group for encouraging family physicians’ clinical learning, reflective practice and collegiate support.; Ameeta Patel, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar.
  1. Awareness, Knowledge, and Perception of Ischemic Heart Disease among General Population; Muhammad Moazzam Khan, Oman Medical College, Oman.
  1. Occupational health and wellbeing for healthcare workers – looking after our own; Ameeta Patel, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar.
  1. The Undergraduate Family Medicine Course: A Promising Step in Kasr Alainy Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University; Rasha Alkholy, Faculty Of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt.
  1. Primary Care Physicians Knowledge and Attitude about Human Papillomavirus Vaccine in Prince Sultan Military Medical City, Riyadh; Sarah Rabhan, Prince Sultan Military Medical City, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Patient Recovery Centre, An Innovative and Cost Effective Way of Reducing Burden on Acute Beds at Hamad Medical Corporation; Imran Shahzad, Hamad Medical Corporation, Qatar.
  1. Quality of Life in Patients with Erectile Dysfunction in Shebin El – Kom District; Nagwa Hegazy, Menoufia University, Egypt.
  1. Formative OSCE to Enhance Confidence of Undergraduate Medical Students in Communication skills; Sarra Shorbagi, University Of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates.
  1. Early Detection of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) in Family Practice; Waad Al Majnoni, Umm Al-qura University, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Vaginitis Among Married Women Attending Primary Heath Care in Tanta District, Al-Gharbia Governorate Egypt; Waad Al Majnoni, Umm Al-qura University, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Life satisfaction patterns among elderly persons attending a daycare center (UCO) compared with those who do not: a cross-sectional study, Bahrain 2015.; Sayed Mahmood Al-Moawi, Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain.
  1. The Impact of Ramadan Fasting on Glycated Haemoglobin and Lipid Profileamong Type 2 Saudi Diabetic Patients in Najran city, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Hatem Mohamed, Najran University, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Evidence Based Medicine Practical Steps for Family Physicians; Noha Dashash, Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia.
  1. An association between vitamin D status and Body Mass Index in a group of Saudi Arabian population.; Shazia Rashid, University Of Lahore, Pakistan.
  1. Prevalence of Hypothyroid Disease in Saudi Primary Care; Bader Almustafa, Qatif Primary Health Care, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Level of physical activity among resident physicians in Saudi Arabia; Alhanoof Alotaibi, Kamc, Saudi Arabia.
  1. The Art and Science of Achieving Compliance in Doctors – Our experience at KFSH&RC (Gen. Org.); Muntazar Bashir, King Faisal Specialist Hospital And Research Centre, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Fatty acids supplementation increase the abundance of mitochondrial protein in adipose tissue of postnatal sheep; Reham Alagal, Universiyu Of Nottingham, United Kingdom.
  1. Attendance of patients at multiple healthcare facilities in Oman (doctors’ shopping)- a cross section study; Mohammed Hilal Al-Azri, Sultan Qaboos University, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, Department of Family Medicine and Public Health, Oman.
  1. Fear of Missing Out: The Big Problem with Social Media in Medicine; Halil Volkan Tekayak, Cukurova University Family Medicine Department, Turkey.
  1. Disruptive Behavior Disorders among Basic-Learning School Children at Qwiesna District, Menoufia Governorate, Egypt (2014/2015); Waad Al Majnoni, Umm Al-qura University, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Early detection of diabetic retinopathy among type one diabetic patients; Waad Al Majnoni, Umm Al-qura University, Saudi Arabia.
  1. The prevalence of antimicrobial resistance in the most common bacteria, causing upper respiratory tract bacterial infections (URTBI) in GCC and MENAP countries, a systematic review.; Syed Tirmizi, PHCC Qatar and University of Oxford, Qatar.
  1. Prevalence of Geriatric Depression Among Attendants of the Family Medicine Outpatient Clinics, in Kasr Alainy, Faculty of Medicine: A Cross-Sectional Descriptive Study; Rasha Alkholy, Faculty Of Medicine, Cairo University, Egypt.
  1. The Prevalence of Hypertension among Adult Patients Attending Alhay Alsades Primary Care Health Unit in Nasr city in Cairo in Egypt; Inas El Sayed, Cairo University, Egypt.
  1. Overview about Anemia among Elderly in Family Health Center, Menoufia University, Egypt.; Nagwa Hegazy, Menoufia University, Egypt.
  1. Assessment of Cardiovascular Risk Factors Pre- and Post- Bariatric Surgery; Inas El Sayed, Cairo University, Egypt.
  1. Vascular Dementia, A Hidden Tsunami With Scarce Resources for Prevention in Greater Middle East Region; Mohammed Saeed, National Guard Hospital, Riyadh, United States.
  1. Telemedicine- a missing effective tool for optimal control of cancer pain in a geographically diverse country, Saudi Arabia; Mohammed Saeed, National Guard Hospital, Riyadh, United States.
  1. Diagnosis of Cancer in a Demented Patient Is traditional approach, a right thing to do in cancer patients suffering from demented illness?; Mohammed Saeed, National Guard Hospital, Riyadh, United States.
  1. Prevalence and associated factors of Pityriasis Alba among primary school children of Kotor district, Egypt.; Faisal Alrefaei, UQU, Saudi Arabia.
  1. The prevalence and influencing factors of folic acid use among pregnant women attending antenatal care clinics in Al Wazzarat Health Center at Prince Sultan Medical Military City; Mohammed Abdulmogith, Prince Sultan Medical Military City, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Mortality rate of ICU patients with the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome – Coronavirus(MERS-CoV) Infection at King Fahad Hospital- Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia; Faisal Alrefaei, UQU, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Improvement of Chronic Diseases: Is it innovative enough to tackle the challenges?; Marilia Silva Paulo, Institute Of Public Health, College Of Medicine And Health Sciences, United Arab Emirates University, United Arab Emirates.
  1. Antipsychotic Drugs in Pregnancy; Sharifa Al-Dakheel, King Fahd Hospital Of The University, Saudi Arabia.
  1. CONCUSSION IN SPORT – A PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN; Mohamud Verjee, Weill Cornell Medicine, Qatar.
  1. Prevalence and associate factors of anaemia among Moroccan pregnant women: experience of a general practitioner’s office; Rokia Cherkaoui Dekkaki, Mg Maroc, Morocco.
  1. Social media and physicians: A time to start but within limit?; Nagwa Hegazy, Menoufia University, Egypt.
  1. Electronic cigarettes: Does it have a role in smoking cessation?; Marwa Ahmed, Southwark Ccg, United Kingdom.
  1. Quality of Life in Patients on Renal Dialysis in Urban Area , Dakahlia Governorate ,Egypt; Waad Al Majnoni, Umm Al-qura University, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Caesarean Section: 16-years’ trend, risk factors and attitudes of females delivered at King Abdul-Aziz University Hospital; Sara Sawan, King Abdulaziz University Hospital, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Current situation of the referral system in family practice in Shebein El-Koum District, Menoufia Governorate, Egypt; Waad Al Majnoni, Umm Al-qura University, Saudi Arabia.
  1. Survey of 210 women between the age of 18 et 75 in general practice on cervical pap smear; Fatima-Zohra Mchich Almi, MG Maroc, Morocco.
  1. Perception of Family Medicine Master students on Team based Learning as a method of teaching at the Faculty of Medicine University of Gezira (FMUG) , Gezira State, Sudan 2016; Salwa Elsanousi, University of Gezira, Sudan.

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