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    • Q-Map Application for Enrichment of a Mobile Directory Assistance Service 

      Samaka, Mohammed; Abu-Dayya, Adnan; Owaisho, B.; Al Sada, N.; Al Khuzaai, N.; ... more authors ( NCCIT 2010 , 2010 , Article)
      The project described in this paper involves designing and developing a mobile map application, called the Qatar Map (Q-Map), which supports a telephone directory assistance service that runs over the terrestrial cellular ...
    • Qatar - Longitudinal Assessment of Mental Health in Pandemics (Q-LAMP) 

      Khaled, Salma; Haddad, Peter; Al-Abdulla, Majid; Bellaj, Tarek; Marzouki, Yousri; ... more authors ( Qatar University Press , 2020 , Poster)
      Aims: QLAMP aims to identify risk factors and resilience factors for symptoms of psychiatric illness during the pandemic. Study strengths include the 1-year longitudinal design and the use of standardised instruments already ...
    • Qatar Against The Blockade 

      Al-Sayed, Hassan Abdulrahim; Al-Ansar, Majed Mohammad; Al-Khater, Lolwa Rashed; Al-Abul Qader, Khaled Shams; Al-Kubaisi, Fatima Ali; ; السيد, حسن عبدالرحيم; الأنصاري, ماجد محمد; العبدالقادر, خالد شمس; الكبيسي, فاطمة علي; الراكب, نوف عبدالهادي; ... more authors ( Social and Economic Survey Research Institute (SESRI) , 2017 , Article)
      INTRODUCTION: The unjust and surprising Qatar blockade may be considered the most important event in the country's contemporary history, given its essential political, economic and social impacts on Qatar’s present and ...
    • Qatar and Prospects of Foreign Investment from a Developing Legal Perspective 

      Hawa, Faten ( Brill , 2020 , Article)
      The current research focuses on the most important features of the Foreign Investment Law of 2019 in the State of Qatar, including guarantees and incentives for foreign investors. These include customs, tax, financial and ...
    • Qatar and Rising China: An Evolving Partnership 

      Saidy, Brahim ( SAGE Publications , 2017 , Article)
      This article explores the Qatari perception of the partnership with China on the basis of three factors: globalisation, the absence of a legacy of colonialism and the principles of non-intervention and respect for state ...
    • Qatar as full island overnight: Psychological and social consequences of blockade as reflected in the social media 

      Alkaabi, Ibrahim; Soliman, Abdrabo ( University of Akron , 2017 , Article)
      The GCC crisis in which Saudi Arabia, UAE, and Bahrain have closed land, sea and air borders going into and from Qatar imposed a host of psychosocial stressors on both Qatari and non-Qatari citizens. This ongoing crisis ...
    • Qatar Biobank and Qatar Genome Programs Road Map 

      Althani, A ( OMICS International , 2015 , Article)
      Qatar Biobank “QBB” is a large-scale, long term medical research initiative for the population of Qatar, which will serve as a platform and driver of biomedical research to achieve benefits for Qatar’s communities. Following ...
    • Qatar Biobank Cohort Study: Study Design and First Results. 

      Thani, Asma Al; Fthenou, Eleni; Paparrodopoulos, Spyridon; Marri, Ajayeb Al; Shi, Zumin; ... more authors ( Oxford University Press (OUP) , 2019 , Article)
      The authors describe the design, implementation and results of Qatar Biobank (QBB) for the first 10,000 participants. QBB is a prospective population-based cohort study in Qatar, established in 2012. QBB's primary goal was ...
    • Qatar Biobank: A Paradigm of Translating Biobank Science into Evidence-Based Health Care Interventions 

      Fthenou, Eleni; Al Thani, Asma; Al Marri, Ajaeb; Afifi, Nahla ( Mary Ann Liebert , 2019 , Article)
      Biobank science is progressively becoming indispensable for the development of novel diagnostic tools in health care, by pairing standardized high-quality biological samples, phenotypic, and omics data required to best ...
    • The Qatar Biobank: background and methods 

      Al Kuwari, Hanan; Al-Thani, Asma; Al Marri, Ajayeb; Al Kaabi, Abdulla; Abderrahim, Hadi; ... more authors ( BioMed Central , 2015 , Article)
      Background: The Qatar Biobank aims to collect extensive lifestyle, clinical, and biological information from up to 60,000 men and women Qatari nationals and long-term residents (individuals living in the country for ≥15 ...
    • Qatar Education Study 2012- Students’ Motivation and Parental 

      Alemadi, Darwish; Al-Emadi, Ahmed; Diop, Abdoulaye; Trung Le, Kien; Kimmel, Linda; ... more authors ( The Social and Economic Survey Research Institute, Qatar University. , 2012 , Other)
      This report examines the views of children, parents, teachers, and administrators toward K-12 education in Qatar. It is based on results from the Qatar Education Study (QES), which is a series of surveys conducted by the ...
    • Qatar Education Study 2015: Students' Motivation and Parental Participation Report 

      Al-Emadi, Darwish; Sellami, Abdel Latif; Al-Emadi, Ahmed ( SESRI - Qatar University , 2016 , Report)
      The prosperity of a nation is due in part to the investments it makes in education, the value of which cannot be overstated. Indeed, education is the catalyst for improved socio-economic opportunities for a country such ...
    • QATAR EDUCATION STUDY : Facilities Report 2012 

      Al-Emadi, Darwish; Al-Emadi, Ahmed; Diop, Abdoulaye; Trung Le, Kien; Kimmel, Linda; ... more authors ( The Social and Economic Survey Research Institute, Qatar University. , 2015 , Other)
      This report examines the views of students, teachers and administrators toward K-12 education in Qatar. It is based on results from the Qatar Education Study (QES), which is a series of surveys conducted by the Social ...
    • Qatar Foreign Assistance to Education Development in Africa: Prospects and Pitfalls 

      Al-Ahbabi, Fatima Jaber A S (2021 , Master Thesis)
      This thesis is aimed to analyze Qatar's foreign aid to the Sub-Saharan countries especially in terms of educational aid over the period of (2013-2019). It highlights the evolution of Qatar's educational aid to the ...
    • The Qatar genome project: translation of whole-genome sequencing into clinical practice. 

      Zayed, Hatem ( Wiley , 2016 , Article)
      Qatar Genome Project was launched in 2013 with the intent to sequence the genome of each Qatari citizen in an effort to protect Qataris from the high rate of indigenous genetic diseases by allowing the mapping of disease-causing ...
    • Qatar national MUSEUM-Transit oriented development: The masterplan for the urban regeneration of a 'green TOD' 

      Al-Haramia, Albandari; Furlanb, Raffaello ( Elsevier B.V. , 2019 , Article)
      Over the past two decades, a growing number of communities have pursued light rail transit (LRT) and Transit-Oriented Developments (TODs) as part of an integrated transportation and land use strategy to revitalize and/or ...
    • The Qatar National Professional Standards for School Leaders: a critical discourse analysis using Habermas’ theory of knowledge constitutive interests 

      Romanowski, Michael H. ( Taylor & Francis , 2013 , Article)
      Qatar is in the midst of a massive educational reform, Education for a New Era. Influence by neoliberalism, one principle of the reform is the development of a standards-based system including the adoption of the Qatar ...
    • Qatar pharmacists' understanding, attitudes, practice and perceived barriers related to providing pharmaceutical care 

      El Hajj, Maguy Saffouh; AL-Saeed, Hassna Sohil; Khaja, Maryam ( Springer Netherlands , 2016 , Article)
      Background Pharmaceutical care (PC) is the philosophy of practice that includes identifying and resolving medication therapy problems to improve patient outcomes. Objectives The study objectives were to examine the extent ...
    • QATAR POST MARKET ANALYSIS 

      AL KUWARI, NOJUD M. (2018 , Professional Masters Project)
      The purpose of this project is to perform an internal and external market analysis for Qatar Post for providing them with better marketing solutions for gaining a competitive advantage over their rivals. Research problem ...
    • Qatar public relations: In focus 

      Almutairi T.M.; Galander M.M.; Al-Balushi O.A.; Al Balushi R.A. ( Taylor and Francis , 2019 , Book chapter)
      [No abstract available]