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Practices of obtaining informed consent in Lebanon and Qatar: a disconnect between standards and practice
(2013 , Presentation)
With the increasing number of universities in the Arab region, there has been a consequent increase in the number of research projects conducted particularly with human subjects. Despite the need to understand the application ...
Willingness to participate in genome testing: a survey of public attitudes from Qatar
( Springer , 2020 , Article)
Genomics has the potential to revolutionize medical approaches to disease prevention, diagnosis, and treatment, but it does not come without challenges. The success of a national population-based genome program, like the ...
Meanings of Women's Agency: A Case Study from Qatar on Improving Measurement in Context
( Taylor and Francis Ltd. , 2019 , Article)
The measurement of women's agency poses numerous challenges, including multi-dimensionality and context-specificity. This challenge is especially large for non-Western contexts that adapt measurement instruments without ...
Examining the cross-cultural attitudes of Qataris and expatriates in Qatar, the host country of 2022 World Cup
( Emerald Publishing Limited , 2018 , Article)
Purpose The purpose of this paper is to examine how residents in Qatar, the host country of the 2022 World Cup, interact, socialize and acculturate in order to create a more harmonic society, a critical factor for the ...
The Practice of Research Ethics in Lebanon and Qatar: Perspectives of Researchers on Informed Consent
( SAGE Publications Inc. , 2017 , Article)
Informed consent requirements for conducting research with human participants are set by institutional review boards (IRBs) following established guidelines. Despite this, researchers continue to face challenges in seeking ...