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Fujiya R, Jimba M, Giacaman R, Nakahara S, Ichikawa M, Wakai S. The influence of economic factors on the location of birth among Palestinian women in Bethlehem during the second Palestinian uprising. Trop Doct. 2007;37:13-7. PDF icon PDF (121.38 KB)
Giacaman R, Rmeileh A, Wick L. The limitations on choice: Palestinian women's childbirth location, dissatisfaction with the place of birth and determinants. Eur J Public Health. 2006/06/27th ed. 2007;17:86-91. PDF icon PDF (80.92 KB)
Giacaman R, Rmeileh A, Wick L. The limitations on choice: Palestinian women's childbirth location, dissatisfaction with the place of birth and determinants. Eur J Public Health. 2006;17:86-91. PDF icon PDF (79.57 KB)
McNeely C, Barber BK, Giacaman R, Belli RF, Daher M. Long-Term Health Consequences of Movement Restrictions for Palestinians, 1987–2011. AJPH RESEARCH. 2018;108(1):77-83. PDF icon PDF (774.97 KB)
Nemer M, Giacaman R, Husseini A. Lung Function and Respiratory Health of Populations Living Close to Quarry Sites in Palestine: A Cross-Sectional Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health [Internet]. 2020;17(6068). https://www.mdpi.com/1660-4601/17/17/6068PDF icon PDF (1.41 MB)
Giacaman R, Halileh S. Maintaining public health education in the West Bank. Lancet. 2003/04/11rd ed. 2003;361:1220-1. PDF icon PDF (224.43 KB)
Giacaman R. 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. PDF icon PDF (182.79 KB)
Leone T, Alburez-Gutierrez D, Ghandour R, Coast E, Giacaman R. Maternal and child access to care and intensity of conflict in the occupied Palestinian territory: a pseudo longitudinal analysis (2000–2014). Conflict and Health. 2019;13(36). PDF icon PDF (1007.63 KB)
Giacaman R, Rabaia Y, Nguyen-Gillham V, Batniji R, Punamaki RL, Summerfield D. Mental health, social distress and political oppression: The case of the occupied Palestinian territory. Glob Public Health. 2010/11/26th ed. 2010;:1-13. PDF icon PDF (303.47 KB)
Giacaman R, Rabaia Y, Nguyen-Gillham V, Batniji R, Punamaki RL, Summerfield D. Mental health, social distress and political oppression: The case of the occupied Palestinian territory. Global Public Health. 2010/11/26th ed. 2011;:1-13. PDF icon PDF (236.66 KB)
Barber BK, McNeely C, Sarraj EEl, Daher M, Giacaman R, Arafat C, et al.. Mental Suffering in Protracted Political Conflict: Feeling Broken or Destroyed. PLOS One. 2016;11(5). PDF icon PDF (257.23 KB)
Abdul-Rahim H, Husseini A, Bjertness E, Giacaman R, Gordon NH, Jervell J. The metabolic syndrome in the West Bank population: an urban-rural comparison. Diabetes Care. 2001/02/24st ed. 2001;24:275-9. PDF icon PDF (77.76 KB)
Al-Khatib A, Giacaman R, Husseini A, Ramlawi A, Atiyya I, Salem I. 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. PDF icon pdf (111.03 KB)
Rmeileh A, Husseini A, Abu-Arqoub O, Hamad M, Giacaman R. Mortality patterns in the West Bank, Palestinian Territories, 1999-2003. Prev Chronic Dis. 2008/09/17th ed. 2008;5:A112. PDF icon PDF (411.68 KB)
Jabbour S, Siddiqi S, Giacaman R, Serag H, Al-Lawati J, Takian A, et al.. New leadership for the WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean: exceptional election in an exceptional time. The Lancet. 2018;. PDF icon PDF (43.89 KB)
Stene LC, Giacaman R, Abdul-Rahim H, Husseini A, Norum KR, Holmboe-Ottesen G. Obesity and associated factors in a Palestinian West Bank village population. Eur J Clin Nutr. 2001/08/31st ed. 2001;55:805-11. PDF icon PDF (88.49 KB)
Abdul-Rahim H, Holmboe-Ottesen G, Stene LC, Husseini A, Giacaman R, Jervell J, et al.. Obesity in a rural and an urban Palestinian West Bank population. Int J Obes Relat Metab Disord. 2003/01/18rd ed. 2003;27:140-6. PDF icon PDF (84.54 KB)
Giacaman R, Nguyen-Gillham V. Palestinian domestic violence: unwarranted political conclusions. Lancet. 2010/04/13th ed. 2010;375:1253; author reply 1253-4. PDF icon PDF (96.62 KB)
Watt G, Giacaman R, Zurayk H. Palestinian health research. The Lancet. 2014;383. PDF icon PDF (41.56 KB)
Giacaman R. Palestinian Women in the Uprising: From Followers to Leaders. Journal of Refugee Studies. 1989;2(1). PDF icon Journal of Refugee Studies-1989-GIACAMAN-139-46.pdf (446.23 KB)
Giacaman R, Johnson P. The Palestinian Women's Movement in the New Era. Middle East Report. 1994;186:22-25. PDF icon PDF (1.16 MB)
Giacaman R, Rmeileh A, Mataria A, Wick L. Palestinian women's pregnancy intentions: analysis and critique of the Demographic and Health Survey 2004. Health Policy. 2007/08/19th ed. 2008;85:83-93. PDF icon PDF (260.8 KB)
Sarhan MBA, Kitamura A, Fujiya R, Jimba M, Giacaman R. Perceptions of adolescent health literacy in the Palestinian social context: a qualitative study. Japanese Society of Health Education and Promotion. 2019;27(1):29-42. PDF icon PDF (429.83 KB)
Barber BK, Spellings C, McNeely C, Page PD, Giacaman R, Arafat C, et al.. Politics drives human functioning, dignity, and quality of life. Social Science & Medicine. 2014;122. PDF icon PDF (333.83 KB)
Giacaman R, Wick L, Abdul-Rahim H. The politics of childbirth in the context of conflict: policies or de facto practices?. Health Policy. 2005/04/02th ed. 2005;72:129-39. PDF icon PDF (108.55 KB)

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