• Achieving Competence through an Informed Curriculum and Authentic Assessment 

      El Hajj, Maguy (2018 , Presentation)
      Learning Objectives: - List THREE ways in which health professional training and curriculum can address human capacity for blockade and emergency situations • Explain the role of academia for training of health professionals ...
    • Addressing and sustaining human capital development for health through professional development in Qatar 

      Aboulsoud, Samar (2018 , Presentation)
      Outline: * Qatar Council for Healthcare Practitioners (QCHP) * QATAR VISION 2030 * National Health Strategy 2018-2022 *National CME/CPD Program in Numbers
    • Addressing Human Capacity Building for Health from Academia's Perspective : Building Interprofessional Partnership 

      El-Awaisi, Alla (2018 , Presentation)
      Learning objectives: – List strategies to increase readiness for emergency preparedness through interprofessional education and collaborative practice – List THREE benefits of interprofessional collaboration. – Explain ...
    • Arabian Gulf Cup offers hope of diplomatic breakthrough 

      McManus, John ( Gulf Studies center - Qatar University , 2020 , Article)
      On 8th December, Sayed Mohammed Jaffer, the captain of the Bahrain national football team, lifted aloft the Arabian Gulf Cup at Abdullah bin Khalifa stadium in Doha. The victory of his tiny island nation didn’t simply ...
    • CAS forum addresses the misleading media coverage of the Qatar’s blockade 

      Al Melladi, Noureddine; Badr, Elham; Kirat, Mohamed ( Qatar University - Newsroom , 2017 , Other)
      The Department of Mass Communication at CAS organized its first media forum titled “Siege and Media: The Devil’s Lawyer and the Truth Seeker” on October 17. The forum aimed to discuss the misleading media coverage of ...
    • Contemporary Qatar : Examining State and Society 

      Zweiri, Mahjoob; Al Qawasmi, Farah; Abushouk, Ahmed Ibrahim; Al-Jaber, Khalid; Zaccara, Luciano; ... more authors ( Springer , 2021 , Book)
      This book addresses critical topics and unanswered questions on the contemporary state of Qatar. Drawing together a unique combination of authors that have researched the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) in general, and the ...
    • Economic Blockade in Qatar: Impact on Consumer Behaviour 

      Khan, Hajira Rehman; Islam, Nadiya; Al-Kharusi, Fathiya; Kaitibie, Simeon ( College of Business and Economics - Qatar university , 2017 , Poster)
      The 2017 Qatar diplomatic emergency started when a few nations unexpectedly cut off their diplomatic relationship with Qatar in June 2017. These countries included Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, and Egypt. The ...
    • Economic Opportunity: Brand Drugs vs. Generic Drugs 

      Al-Badriyeh, Daoud (2018 , Presentation)
      Outlines: * Pharmaceutical markets in the Middle East region are attractive *The high spending on branded drugs is unsustainable *Publicly funded health systems – increased pressure to reduce rising drug budgets *Originator ...
    • Ensuring Access to Medicines in Qatar 

      Babiker, Ahmed Mohamed Hussein (2018 , Presentation)
      Summary & Conclusion: * Good healthcare system should ensure coverage, continuity, accessibility, quality and accountability during crisis as it was normal situation. * An efficient actions & crisis management with ...
    • Impact of Blockade on Labor Market 

      Al-Marri, Asmaa; Ahmed, Nada; Hafez, Namma Alhussain; Kaitibie, Simeon ( College of Business and Economics - Qatar university , 2017 , Poster)
      The population decreased by 5.4% as compared to the Q1 in 2017. Unemployment rate among participants in labor reached 0.1%. The economically- active population decreased by 5.9%. The number of salaried workers decreased ...
    • The Impact of the Economic Blockade on Trade in Qatar 

      Al- Sulaiti, Aisha; Al-Maadeed, Asma; Al-Maadeed, Haya; Kaitibie, Simeon ( College of Business and Economics - Qatar university , 2017 , Poster)
      Qatar imports in June were valued at 5.9 billion QAR, which shows a 40% decline from the same month in 2016. The drop in imports continued in July with 35% from their year to year level. Imports rebounded in the month of ...
    • Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer, and Local Production to Increase Access to Medicines 

      KATSIOLOUDES, MARIOS I. (2018 , Presentation)
      Outlines: * INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY (IP): THE CONCEPT *QATAR and IP * WIPO *QATAR’S OTHER MEMBERSHIPS *Patent Cooperation Treaty *INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAWS OF QATAR * TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER (TT) IN THE PHARMACEUTICAL ...
    • Lecture by H.E. Dr. Ali bin Samikh Al Marri hosted “Qatar blockade from human rights perspective" 

      Al Marri, Ali Bin Samikh ( Qatar University - Newsroom , 2017 , Other)
      QU hosted on October 30 a visit by Chairman of National Human Rights Committee (NHRC) – State of Qatar H.E. Dr Ali Bin Samikh Al Marri, during which he gave a lecture on “Qatar Blockade from Human Rights Perspective”.
    • Managing the Impact of Blockade on Qatar's Aggregate Business 

      Al-Suwaidi, Ahmed Abdulla (2018 , Presentation)
      *QPMC was founded in 2006 on the instruction of the Qatari Government. *QPMC is at the forefront of facilitating the construction boom in Qatar. *The company stands for quality, reliability and efficiency. *QPMC is ...
    • National Strategic Stockpile for the Health Sector 

      Mohd, Alhajri (2018 , Presentation)
      Outline: - Introduction – Why Stockpile? National Strategic Stockpiles project (NSS) - Project Aim - Expected Outcomes - Proposal Process - Project Management Plan - Implementation steps - The blockade Challenges ...
    • 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 Rail – Doha Metro 

      Khalid, Al-Thani (2018 , Presentation)
      About Qatar Rail: *Following its establishment in 2011, Qatar Rail is leading one of the largest rail projects in the world to meet the demands of Qatar’s growing population. *The company is responsible for the design, ...
    • Qatar Siege : Impact On Consumer Behaviour 

      Mehjabin, Fathma; Devnani, Vineeta; Kaitibie, Simeon ( College of Business and Economics - Qatar university , 2017 , Poster)
      This poster analyses the effect of the siege placed on Qatar by Saudi Arabic, Bahrain, Egypt, and UAE, on consumer behaviour. This is done by focusing on the food industry, which was majorly impacted. Other sectors that ...
    • Qatar University to launch new courses related to blockade 

      Ataullah, Sanaullah; Al Derham, Hassan ( The Peninsula newspaper , 2017 , Article)
      Qatar University has announced adding new courses related to blockade imposed on Qatar in the college programs of law, sociology and media.
    • QU Seminar Addresses The Qatar Blockade And Its Effects On The Region 

      Al Derham, Hassan; Baabood, Abdullah; bin Nahar, Nayef; Kabbani, Nader; Ghabra, Shafeeq; ... more authors ( Qatar University - Newsroom , 2017 , Other)
      Qatar University (QU) yesterday held a seminar to discuss the blockade imposed on Qatar by Bahrain, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the UAE and its impact on the Gulf region’s security and stability and its socio-economic growth.