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The metabolic syndrome in the West Bank population: an urban-rural comparison. Diabetes Care. 2001/02/24st ed. 2001;24:275-9..
Maintaining public health education in the West Bank. Lancet. 2003/04/11rd ed. 2003;361:1220-1..
Microbiological quality of food samples from restaurants and sweet shops in developing countries: a case study from the Occupied Palestinian Territory. Int J Environ Health Res. 2004/11/17th ed. 2004;14:443-52..
Mortality patterns in the West Bank, Palestinian Territories, 1999-2003. Prev Chronic Dis. 2008/09/17th ed. 2008;5:A112..
Making a difference: an interview with Rita Giacaman. Working for health in the occupied palestinian territory. Interviewed by Jane Westberg. Educ Health (Abingdon). 2009/12/24th ed. 2009;22:412..
Mental health, social distress and political oppression: The case of the occupied Palestinian territory. Glob Public Health. 2010/11/26th ed. 2010;:1-13..
Mental health, social distress and political oppression: The case of the occupied Palestinian territory. Global Public Health. 2010/11/26th ed. 2011;:1-13..
Making Connections: Towards Integrated Strategies and Policies for Palestinian Women's Empowerment. Birzeit, Palestine: Institute of Community and Public Health- Birzeit Univesity; 2013 ..
Mental Suffering in Protracted Political Conflict: Feeling Broken or Destroyed. PLOS One. 2016;11(5)..