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  1. LEARNERS STUDY HABIT AND PERCEPTION ON E-LEARNING AT SELECTED UNIVERSITY, SAUDI ARABIA
    Norah Banafi, *Raji Kaliyaperumal, Montaha Mohamed Ibrahim, Fatima Adam Gabir, Manal Ibrahim Alrefaee Asiri
    Elementary Education Online. 2021; 20(5): 5289-5297.
  2. THE IMPACT OF A TRAINING PROGRAM USING VIRTUAL CLASSROOM ON THE TEACHING COMPETENCIES AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF VIRTUAL CLASSROOM'S SKILLS AMONG FEMALE STUDENT-TEACHERS
    Norah Saleh M Almuqbil
    Elementary Education Online. 2021; 20(4): 2629-2638.
  3. Awareness and attitude regarding influenza vaccine among public and health care providers in the eastern region of Saudi Arabia
    Fatimah Saad Al Masoud, Seham Saad AlQahtani, Afnan Mohammed Alshaqaqiq, Norah Ibrahim Al Ghwainem, Khadija Taher Abdullah Alkadhem, Maryam Mohammed Alsultan, Norah Fahad AlEid, Ghaidaa Radi Altaweel, Norah Othman Bu Saad, Fatema Abdullah Al Thkerallah
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(4): 793-799.
  4. Studying the Effects of Human Resource Information System on Corporate Performance
    Laith T. Khrais, Osman S. Shidwan, Ahmed Alafandi, Norah Yousif Alsaeed
    Elementary Education Online. 2021; 20(3): 316-325.
  5. Pregnant women's practice and attitude toward using herbs to induce labor
    Norah Ali Alshehri
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(8): 1239-1245.
  6. Skin cancer knowledge and preventive behaviors among adults in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, 2020
    Adel Alsenaid, Salman Haif Alotaibi, Talal Mohammed Alotaibi, Sanjay Deshwali, Nujud Muteb Alshammari, Malak Saad Alkhodaid, Malak Eid Albalawi, Hibah Saad AlAli
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(9): 1397-1403.
  7. DEVOPS PROCESS MODEL ADOPTION IN SAUDI ARABIA: AN EMPIRICAL STUDY
    Mohammad Zarour, Norah Alhammad, Mamdouh Alenezi, Khalid Alsarayrah
    Jordanian Journal of Computers and Information Technology. 2020; 6(3): 234-246.
  8. Prevalence of Nocturnal Enuresis in school-age children in Saudi Arabia
    Kharifah Mohammad Sherah, Mohamed Waheed Elsharief, Norah Abdullah Abdh Barkat, Aysha Mayed Ali Jafery
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2019; 3(8): 669-675.
  9. Prevalence and determinants of advanced-stage breast cancer in Jeddah tertiary hospitals, Saudi Arabia
    Norah Alotaibi, Razan Alosaimy, Wedyan Al-Mushaddak, Manahil Nouri
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2019; 3(8): 716-725.
  10. Community attitude toward psychosocial support for Down’s syndrome in Saudi Arabia
    Ahmed Abdulbasit Bukhari, Alaa Ahmad Al Mashaikhi, Norah Kaleed Alosimi, Rawan Marzouq Altowairqi, Faten Ahmed Kaabi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(11): 1752-1758.
  11. Epidemiology of pediatric inflammatory bowel disease: a systematic review of international trends
    Waad Saad Alshehri, Norah Sultan Aljurays, Saleh Abdullah Alhumud, Nura Mubarak H Alajmi, Ibrahim Abdulrahman I Alsuwailem, Abdulrahman Saad Alzahrani
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2019; 3(12): 144-151.
  12. Glanzmann’s thrombasthenia due to a novel mutation in ITGA2B gene
    Ibrahim Alharbi, Mariyyah A. Algethami, Norah A. Almalki
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2019; 3(12): 214-216.
  13. Stroke literacy in Qassim province, Saudi Arabia
    Norah Ayed Al-Harbi, Abdulrahman Alomairi, Abdullah Almoziraei
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(1): 302-308.
  14. Irrational use of antibiotics among medical university students in Majma’ah City, KSA, 2018
    Maha Sameer Almutairi, Huda Hakim, Rahaf Riadh Alhezemy, Shahd Sulaiman Alarfaj, Norah Ibrahim Alqurmulah, Shoug Fahad Alotaibi, Mashael Ibrahim Aleidan
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(1): 255-260.
  15. Knowledge and awareness about food allergy among mothers with allergic children in Taif city, Saudi Arabia
    Nahed I. Gomaa, Taghreed I. Abdullah, Wardah M. Alharthi, Amal T. Altowairqi, Sarah S. Binbaz, Norah M. Alamri
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(1): 49-53.
  16. Dermatological diseases: patients Awareness and concerns about complications of topical corticosteroids in Saudi Arabia
    Salman Haif Alotaibi, Saad Saud Alotaibi, Ahmed Mana Bin Omayrah, Meshal Ibrahim Alhusayni, Nujud Muteb Alshammari, Hibah Saad AlAli, Malak Eid Albalawi, Adel Alsenaid
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(5): 910-914.
  17. Substance abuse among Saudi population
    Fatimah Mohammed Al-Jerani, Ethar Ahmed Al-Basry, Heba Aldawood, Zakia Ahmed Almudhry, Norah Muteb Alshammari, Hawraa Busaleh
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2019; 3(12): 204-209.
  18. Level of awareness of parents towards pediatric lumbar punctures in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    Nouf Bin Muammar, Norah Al Rohaimi, Banan Aleid, Aminah Al Harbi, Amal Yousif
    Saudi Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2020; 1(1): 3S-3S.
  19. Awareness of the population about vitamin D deficiency in children in Taif, Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional study 2020
    Ayman A. Bakr, Ebtehal Amer Altalhi, Khaldah Saleh Althobiti, Rawan M. Altowairqi, Norah Kaleed Alosimi, Raghad Naif Alfeer, Hanan A. Alshahrani
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(11): 1866-1872.
  20. Perception of family medicine residents towards use of portfolio in their assessment in joint program of family medicine, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, 2015
    Ahmad A Algarni, Sulaiman Anagreyyah, Mubarak Al-Mansour, Salwa Alaidarous
    International Journal of Medical Science and Public Health. 2017; 6(1): 147-153.
  21. Prevalence of lungs cancer risk factors among the Saudi population
    Mohammad Eid Mahmoud Mahfouz, Qasem Muidh Alharthi, Mai Soud Althobaiti, Amal Saleh Alfaqeeh, Norah Khalid Alosimi, Wejdan Ali Alshehri, Ahmed Hamed Alsufyani
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(4): 760-767.
  22. Premature mortality in the neonatal intensive care unit at Asir region, Saudi Arabia
    Youssef Ali Alqahtani, Amani Hashem Abuhassan, Meead Awdah Aldail, Nouf Saad Al Shahrani, Norah Saad Alkahtani, Basmah Mohammad Shorog
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(4): 806-808.
  23. Physicians' knowledge, feelings, attitudes, and practices toward obesity at family medicine setting in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    Mohammad A. B. Al Noor, Youssef Fayez Horaib, Norah Abdulaziz Almusallam, Ayat Yousef Alyousef, Faisal Suliman Alkahmous, Alya Yousef Alyousef, Doaa Ali Al laili
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(1): 130-136.
  24. The pattern of use of bronchial asthma medications at primary health care level and the factors influencing this from the physicians' perspective, Najran city, Saudi Arabia
    Nasser Saeed Alqahtani, Norah Hussain Almardhamah, Wejdan Nasser Almaqbul, Abdulaziz Ahmad Alzahrany, Rawan Ariman Alosaimi, Hadi Abdullah Al Sleem, Fahad Ahmed Alkanfari, Nermean Abdullah Balharith, Nouf Mubarak, Aljouharah Mohammed Alanazi, Nujoud Hamad Almoqati
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2019; 3(8): 686-693.
  25. Knowledge and barriers to screening for colorectal cancer among Saudis in Riyadh city using health belief model
    Norah Alrashed, Shehana Salem Alqahtani, Hala Al Qahtani, Ahmed Alrashed, Hala Elmorshedy
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(1): 61-67.
  26. Vitamin D deficiency among high school female students in Riyadh
    Sahar Mohsen Aldhafeeri, Fatemah Ibraheem Alrawaji, Abrar Mubarak Algharbi, Alanoud Abdullah Alhessan, Ayat Sami Qabaja, Ghaleah Abdulaziz Alnassar, Ghaliah Ofayn Alsulami, Mashael Belal Alrubaian, Norah Abdulaziz Alhatim, Salehah Salih Alotaibi, Zahra Ali Alkhamees
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2017; 1(1): 18-23.
  27. Oral health status among medically compromised children within Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: a case-control study
    Bahija Basheer, Hala Nasser Alarifi, Ghadah Khalid Alharbi, Azhar Sulaiman Alanazi, Norah Rasheed Alshammari, Wafa Mohammed Almutairi, Ibtisam Awwadh Alshalawi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2021; 5(2): 439-445.
  28. Population awareness regarding obstructive sleep apnea in Saudi Arabia
    Shehata Farag Shehata, Norah Hussain Al Mardhamah, Ayman Khalil Alrushaydan, Nasser Theeb Alqahtani, Abdulaziz Ahmad Alzahrany, Osamah Khalid Alfentokh, Rawan Ariman Alosaimi, Ali Mohammad Al Almuaysh, Ahmed Khalaf Hamd, Basmah Salman Almutairi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2019; 3(3): 239-245.
  29. Society’s awareness and perception of family physician's role in Qassim region: a cross-sectional study
    Ahmad Hamad Aldosary, Norah Alhaqqas, Ghaida Alotaibi, Lamia Alazzam, Raghad Alotaibi
    International Journal of Medicine in Developing Countries. 2020; 4(12): 2241-2246.
  30. Level of awareness of parents toward pediatric lumbar punctures in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
    Nouf Bin Muammar, Norah Al Rohaimi, Banan Aleid, Aminah Al Harbi, Amal Yousif
    Saudi Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2020; 1(2): 96-102.

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