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Mostafa, M. A., N. M. Kamal, S. Eltaher, Y. Hamed, H. Abdelaziz, W. Abdelghany, E. Aser, E. Fawzy, and L. M. Sherief, "Knowledge of Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia Among Primary Health Care Physicians: A Single-Center Experience.", Clinical medicine insights. Pediatrics, vol. 13, pp. 1179556518824375, 2019. Abstractclinical_medical_insights._nj.pdf

Background and objectives: To evaluate the knowledge of the primary health care physicians (PHCP) in Kalubia governorate, Egypt, about the causes, diagnosis, complications, and treatment of neonatal hyperbilirubinemia (NHB).

Methods: Cross-sectional survey distributed by interview to 500 physicians working in the primary health care (PHC) sector in Kalubia.

Results: Out of 500 distributed surveys, 419 (84%) PHCP completed the questionnaire. They represent 174 (90%) out of 193 PHC units and centers. About 18% were males and 82% females with mean age of 28.5 ± 5.2 years, and mean duration of work was 3.3 ± 4.4 years. All of the respondents have patients with NHB in their daily practice. The knowledge of the PHCP was good in some aspects about NHB; however, it was poor and may be even hazardous in other aspects.

Conclusions: Many areas of defects are detected in PHCP knowledge about NHB. Pre-service and continuous training of the PHCP about the diagnosis and management of NHB are essential.

Ahmed, A., S. Ghoneim, and R. Kim, "Knowledge management as an enabler of change and innovation in Africa", Int. J. of Technology Management, vol. 45, issue No 1/2, pp. 10-26, 2009.
El-Korany, A., "A knowledge management application in enterprises", International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, vol. 4, no. 6: Inderscience, pp. 693–702, 2007. Abstract

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El-Korany, A., "A knowledge management application in enterprises", International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, vol. 4, no. 6: Inderscience Publishers, pp. 693–702, 2007. Abstract
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El-Korany, A., "A knowledge management application in enterprises", International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, vol. 4, no. 6: Inderscience Publishers, pp. 693–702, 2007. Abstract
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El-Korany, A., "A knowledge management application in enterprises", International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, vol. 4, no. 6: Inderscience Publishers, pp. 693–702, 2007. Abstract
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El-Korany, A., "A knowledge management application in enterprises", International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development, vol. 4, no. 6: Inderscience Publishers, pp. 693–702, 2007. Abstract
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Abdelaal, M. S., "Knowledge hubs challenges ahead for Arab Spring", the 29th IASP World Conference on Science and Technology Parks, Estonia, Estonia, July 2012. mohamed_shokry_.pdf
El Lawindi, M., E. Elfar, and S. Hagag, "Knowledge Gaps as regards Hepatitis C Virus: A Health Awareness Campaign among Cairo University Students", The Egyptian Journal of Community Medicine, vol. 38, issue 3, pp. 78- 85, 2020.
ElSebaie, "R., ""Knowledge Economy in Arab Countries"", fUTURE Center forAdvanced Research &Studies, 2016.
Galal-Edeen, G. H., and B. Tawfik, "Knowledge Creation in a Community: the Case for International Collaboration", Conference on Enhancing the Competitiveness of Universities, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University, Cairo University, Egypt, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University, 2008. Abstract

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Galal-Edeen, G. H., and B. Tawfik, "Knowledge Creation in a Community: the Case for International Collaboration", Conference on Enhancing the Competitiveness of Universities, Faculty of Commerce, Cairo University, Cairo, Egypt, 4 th June 2008. Abstract

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Elmahdy, H. N., M. H. Gheith, and A. A. Fahmy, "A Knowledge Base System for Representing Islamic Jurisprudence Knowledge and Understanding Arabic Natural Language Query", he Association of Using Arabic Language in Information Technology, Saudi Arabia, May. 1992.
Al-Thafar, A. K., A. F. Al-Naim, D. S. Albges, S. K. Boqursain, A. S. Aldhafar, S. M. Ghreiz, and S. Ibrahim, "Knowledge attitude and practice of colorectal cancer among school teachers in Al-Ahsa Saudi Arabia", Asian Pacific journal of cancer prevention: APJCP, vol. 18, no. 10: Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences, pp. 2771, 2017. Abstract
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Abdelaziz, S. H., M. M. E. Semelawy, A. F. Mosa, M. A. Alammy, A. A. N. Mohamed, and A. A. Mohamed, "KNOWLEDGE ATTITUDE AND PRACTICE AMONG PATIENTS WITH TYPE 2 DIABETES MELLITUS: A CROSS-SECTIONAL DESCRIPTIVE STUDY", MALAYSIAN JOURNAL OF NURSING, vol. 9, issue 1, pp. 32-38, 2017.
Hillier, B., J. Musgrove, and P. O'Sullivan, "Knowledge and {Design}", Development in {Design} {Methodology}, Chichester, Wiley, pp. 245–264, 1984. Abstract
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Mona S. Atress, N. A. W. A. L. A.FOUAD, and H. M. Hamad, KNOWLEDGE AND PRACTICES REGARDING MENSTRUAL HYGIENE AMONG MENTALLY RETARDED FEMALES AT SCHOOLS., , 2018. Abstract

Unhygienic practices during menstruation among mentally retarded female students endanger their reproductive health and expose them to reproductive diseases such as reproductive tract infections and pelvic inflammatory diseases. Aim: This study aimed to assess knowledge and reported practices regarding menstrual hygiene among mentally retarded female students at Cairo governorate preparatory mainstream schools. Design: A descriptive exploratory research design was utilized in this study. Setting: Three educational departments were selected randomly from all educational departments at Cairo governorate. All schools that are affiliated to these three selected educational departments were included in the study. Total number was 14 preparatory mainstream schools. The study sample: Purposive sample of 100 mentally retarded female students from fourteen selected schools were included in the study. Tool for data collection: One tool was mentally retarded female students questionnaire for menstrual hygiene consisted of three parts was used to collect data pertinent to the study. First part: student questionnaire about demographic characteristics of the mentally retarded female students and their parents. Second part: data about level of knowledge regarding menstruation and menstrual hygiene. Third part: data about reported practices regarding menstrual hygiene. Results: Study result revealed that 86% of the mentally retarded female students had poor knowledge level regarding menstrual hygiene, while14% of them had good knowledge level regarding menstrual hygiene. Regarding reported practices 80% of them had poor practices level, while 20% of them had good practices level regarding menstrual hygiene. There was statistically significant relationship between reported practices scores and the intelligence quotient (IQ) with p-value=0.006. There were statistically significant relationship between reported practices scores and family history of mental retardation with p-value=0.001, between knowledge scores and students IQ with p-value=0.001and between total knowledge scores and total reported practices scores with p-value=0.042. Conclusion: The study concluded that, the majority of mentally retarded females have poor knowledge and practice level regarding menstrual hygiene. Recommendations: The study recommended that implementation of educational program to mentally retarded female students about menstruation and good menstrual hygiene is important.

HEBA M. HAMAD, N. A. Fouad, and M. O. N. A. S. ATRESS, "Knowledge and Practices Regarding Menstrual Hygiene among Mentally Retarded Females at Schools ", Medical Journal of Cairo University, vol. Vol. 86,, issue No. 3, June, pp. 1743-1750, Submitted. menstrual_hygiene.pdf
, "Knowledge and Practices of Juvenile Diabetes' Caregivers at Home -in Minia University Hospital", The Medical Journal of Cairo University, 2012. Abstractcu_pdf.pdf

Type I diabetes mellitus or insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) one of the most common chronic diseases in childhood results from the autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas. Genetic, metabolic, and environmental factors act together to precipitate the onset of the disease. This study Aimed at assessing knowledge and practices of juvenile diabetes' caregivers at home who attending pediatric out patient clinic, Minia University Hospital, Egypt. This study was utilized the descriptive design. Tools were developed by the investigators and distributed to all caregivers attending pediatric out patient clinic at Minia university Hospital. Within six months. The sample was (100) caregivers. This study revealed that more than one third of family caregivers (38%) have poor level of knowledge (< 50%) about type1 diabetes, while more than two thirds of the caregivers (70%) were poor in care given to their children. There were highly statistical significant differences between total knowledge and level of education, residence, occupation, and income respectively and there were highly statistical significant differences between attending workshop about DM and knowledge and practices of caregivers. this study concluded that family caregivers with high level of education, high income, from urban area and attending workshops about the disease having good knowledge and practice which affect positively on expected complications and health and wellness of their children and family caregivers having good awareness, enough information and continue training about type1 diabetes mellitus will show better dealing with emergency situation , practice related to disease and this will decrease complications and increase participation of children in society as a healthy members. It is recommended to establish and implement a health educational program to improve diabetic caregiver’s knowledge and practice regarding all aspects of diabetes self care and proper management.

Ahmad, M. A., M. S..Shenouda, and M. D. Mohammed, "Knowledge and Practices of Juvenile Diabetes' Caregivers at Home -in Minia University Hospital", The Medical Journal of Cairo University, 2012. Abstractcu_pdf.pdf

Type I diabetes mellitus or insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus (IDDM) one of the most common chronic diseases in childhood results from the autoimmune destruction of insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas. Genetic, metabolic, and environmental factors act together to precipitate the onset of the disease. This study Aimed at assessing knowledge and practices of juvenile diabetes' caregivers at home who attending pediatric out patient clinic, Minia University Hospital, Egypt. This study was utilized the descriptive design. Tools were developed by the investigators and distributed to all caregivers attending pediatric out patient clinic at Minia university Hospital. Within six months. The sample was (100) caregivers. This study revealed that more than one third of family caregivers (38%) have poor level of knowledge (< 50%) about type1 diabetes, while more than two thirds of the caregivers (70%) were poor in care given to their children. There were highly statistical significant differences between total knowledge and level of education, residence, occupation, and income respectively and there were highly statistical significant differences between attending workshop about DM and knowledge and practices of caregivers. this study concluded that family caregivers with high level of education, high income, from urban area and attending workshops about the disease having good knowledge and practice which affect positively on expected complications and health and wellness of their children and family caregivers having good awareness, enough information and continue training about type1 diabetes mellitus will show better dealing with emergency situation , practice related to disease and this will decrease complications and increase participation of children in society as a healthy members. It is recommended to establish and implement a health educational program to improve diabetic caregiver’s knowledge and practice regarding all aspects of diabetes self care and proper management.

mohamed chehab, A., M. noor, A. Al-Dahshan, and N. A. Selim, "Knowledge and Practice of Emergency Physicians Regarding Food-borne Disease Surveillance at Hamad General Hospital in Qatar", Cureus, vol. 6, issue 11, pp. e4934., 2019. knowledge_and_practice_of_emergency.pdf
Ibrahim, O., N. K. Al-tameemi, and D. Dawoud, "Knowledge and Perceptions of Vitamin D deficiency among the United Arab Emirates Population", Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research, vol. 12, issue 8, pp. 183-186, 2019.
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