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Aboul Enien, M., N. Y. Ibrahim, W. Makar, D. Darwish, and M. Gaber, "Health- related quality of life:Impact of surgery and treatment modality in breast cancer", journal of cancer research and therapeutics, vol. 14, issue 5, pp. 957-963, 2018. jcanresther145957-8715354_022515.pdf
Amal El-Safty, "Health survey of professional car drivers. ", Egyptian J. Occup. Med., vol. 23, issue 2, pp. 191-198., 1999.
Hamad Eid Al Romaihi, H. Q., R. E. S. Salama, M. S. Ismail, and N. A. A. Selim, "Health Risk Behaviors among adolescents in Qatar", MIDDLE EAST JOURNAL OF FAMILY MEDICINE, vol. 14 , issue 2, pp. 21-32, 2016. health_risk_behaviors_among_adolescents_in_qatar.pdf
Khattab, A. M., Z. A. M. Ahmed, M. A. Mahmoud, A. H. Osman, H. M. F. El-Miniawy, and M. A. Z. Ewiss, "Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals on Some Vegetable Crops Irrigated by Treated and Untreated Sewage Water", American Journal of Engineering, vol. 5: Journal Online, 2020. Abstract
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Khattab, A. M., Z. A. M. Ahmed, M. A. Mahmoud, A. H. Osman, H. M. F. El-Miniawy, and M. A. Z. Ewiss, "Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals on Some Vegetable Crops Irrigated by Treated and Untreated Sewage Water", American Journal of Engineering, vol. 5: Journal Online, 2020. Abstract
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Khattab, A. M., Z. A. M. Ahmed, M. A. Mahmoud, A. H. Osman, H. M. F. El-Miniawy, and M. A. Z. Ewiss, "Health Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals on Some Vegetable Crops Irrigated by Treated and Untreated Sewage Water", American Journal of Engineering, vol. 5, 2020.
Hossain, M. F., S. H. Badawy, R. A. El-Motaium, H. M. Abdel-Lattif, and S. M. A., "Health Risk Assessment and Nickel Content in Soils, Rice (Oryza Sativa L.) and Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) Grown in Damietta Governorate, Egypt", Environment and Pollution , vol. 11, issue 2, pp. 1-18, 2022.
Ellawindi, M. I., Y. S. Galal, and W. A. Khairy, "Health Research and Millennium Development Goals: Identifying the Gap From Public Health Perspective.", Global journal of health science, vol. 8, issue 5, pp. 1-10, 2016 May. Abstract

Assessing the research output within the universities could provide an effective means for tracking the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) progress. This analytical database study was designed to assess the trend of research theses conducted by the Public Health Department (PHD), Faculty of Medicine, Cairo University during the period 1990 to 2014 as related to the: MDGS, Faculty and department research priority plans and to identify the discrepancies between researchers' priorities versus national and international research priorities. A manual search of the theses was done at the Postgraduate Library using a specially designed checklist to chart adherence of each thesis to: MDGs, Faculty and department research plans (RPs). The theses' profile showed that the highest research output was for addressing the MDGS followed by the PHD and Faculty RPs. Compliance to MDGs 5 and 6 was obvious, whereas; MDGs 2, 3, and 7 were not represented at all after year 2000. No significant difference was found between PH theses addressing the Faculty RPs and those which were not before and after 2010. A significantly lower percent of PH theses was fulfilling the PHD research priorities compared to those which were not after 2010. This study showed a definite decline in research output tackling the MDGS and PHD research priorities, with a non-significant increase in the production of theses addressing the Faculty RPs. The present study is a practical model for policy makers within the universities to develop and implement a reliable monitoring and evaluation system for assessment of research output.

El Lawindi, M. I., Y. S. Galal, and W. A. Khairy, "Health Research and Millennium Development Goals: identifying the gap from Public Health perspective", Global Journal of Health Science, vol. 8, issue 5, 2016.
Amr, M. A. - M., T. T. Amin, and O. A. Al-Omair, "Health related quality of life among adolescents with sickle cell disease in Saudi Arabia", Pan African Medical Journal, vol. 8, no. 1: African Field Epidemiology Network, 2011. Abstract
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Amr, M. A. - M., T. T. Amin, and O. A. Al-Omair, "Health related quality of life among adolescents with sickle cell disease in Saudi Arabia", Pan African Medical Journal, vol. 8, no. 1, 2011. Abstract
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Abdelaziz, E. M., N. B. Elsharkawy, and S. M. Mohamed, "Health Promoting Lifestyle Behaviors and Sleep Quality Among Saudi Postmenopausal Women", Front. Public Health, vol. 10, 2022.
F, G. I., and F. SA, "Health profile of workers in the paint industry.", Egyptian Journal of occupational medicine., vol. 25, issue 1, pp. 71-89, 2002.
El-Samra, G., F. Anianian, Amal El-Safty, and M. Siha, "Health Profile of Workers Engaged in the Production of Chloramphenicol ", Egyptian J. Occup. Med. 1, vol. 17, issue 1, pp. 87-92., 1993.
Gamal, E. S. H., A. B. Frederic, E. S. K. Amal, and S. S. Mona, "Health profile for workers engaged in the production of Chloramphenicol.", Egyptian J of Occupational Medicine, vol. 17, issue 1, pp. 87-92., 1993.
Rizk, H. I. I., N. M. E. Rifai, and H. M. Aboulghar, "Health problems among street children seeking care in the Center for Social and Preventive Medicine in Egypt", World J Pediatr, 2017.
Zaky, H. H. M., and S. A. A. Abdel-Mowla, "Health Outcome Inequities and the Health System: A Case Study of Egypt", Research in World Economy, 2011. Abstract

The documentation of health outcome inequities between population groups and/or geographical areas is important to provide evidence for policy actions and for promoting health equity. This paper aims to support the development of a data base on health inequities, consisting of indicators based on aspects of the wider health system, including health inputs, process and outcome indicators. A framework for the health system indicators is used as well as equity measures are applied to highlight inequities in health outcomes and link them to inequities in the health system to answer the question of whether the health system in Egypt is pro-disadvantaged groups. It is found that health outcome inequities pose a challenge for Egypt. Analyzing both determinants and symptoms of health outcome inequities in Egypt demonstrates that the current health system does not help reduce such inequities; on the contrary it leads to increase them.

Abdel Fatah, A. A., M. A. Hassan, M. Lotfy, and A. S. Dimitri, "Health Monitoring of Centrifugal Pumps Using Digital Models", Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control (ASME), vol. 141, issue 9, 2019.
Abdel Fatah, A. A., M. A. Hassan, M. Lotfy, and A. S. Dimitri, "Health Monitoring of Centrifugal Pumps Using Digital Models", Journal of Dynamic Systems, Measurement, and Control (ASME), vol. 141, issue 9, 2019.
Youssef, N., M. A. Mohamed, M. A. Mohamed, S. M. Abd-ElKader, N. A. Abdullah, and E. A. Mohamed, "Health information need correlated with quality of life among cancer patients receiving chemotherapy: a cross-sectional study in Egypt", Quality of Life Research, vol. 28: SPRINGER VAN GODEWIJCKSTRAAT 30, 3311 GZ DORDRECHT, NETHERLANDS, pp. S142–S142, 2019. Abstract
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