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A Study of 19 Palestinian Communities in the Southern District of the West Bank with Special Reference to the Needs of Persons with Disabilities. Palestine: The Southern Regional Committee for Rehabilitation and Birzeit University; 1996 ..
A Study of 22 Palestinian Villages in the Jenin District with Special Reference to the Needs of Persons with Disabilities. Palestine: The Northern Regional Committee for Rehabilitation and Birzeit University; 1994 ..
A Study of 23 Palestinian Villages in the Central District of the West Bank with Special Reference to the Needs of Persons with Disabilities. Palestine: Birzeit University; 1995 ..
Survival or Development? Towards Integrated and Realistic Population Policies for Palestine. Birzeit, Palestine: Institute of Community and Public Health; 1996 ..
Syrian and Iraqi Refugees: A Palestinian Perspective. American Journal of Public Health. 2015;105(12)..
Tobacco Use among Birzeit University Faculty and Staff: A Pilot Investigation. Ramallah, Palestine: Institute of Community and Public Health; 2019 ..
Tracking COVID-19 responsibly. The Lancet [Internet]. 2020;. https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lancet/article/PIIS0140-6736(20)30693-0/fulltext.
Training Needs Assessment for Mental Health Research in War and Conflict. Birzeit, Palestine: Institute of Community and Public Health- Birzeit Univesity; 2018 ..
Triple Captivity: Palestinian Women under Israeli Military Rule in the Time of COVID-19. Birzeit, Occupied Palestinian Terretories: Institute of Community and Public Health; 2020 ..
Well-being and associated factors among adults in the occupied Palestinian territory (oPt). Health and Quality of Life Outcomes. 2016;14(122)..
Well-being and pressures of daily life in two West Bank villages—Exploring context and history. International Journal of Psychology. 2018;83(4):505-519..
Whither the “Children of the Stone”? An Entire Life under Occupation. Journal of Palestine Studies. 2016;45(178)..
Women’s health in the occupied Palestinian territories: Contextual influences on subjective and objective health measures. PLoS ONE [Internet]. 2017;12(10). http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/related?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0186610.
Women's Perceptions of Health and Illness in the Context of National Struggle in the Old City of Nablus, Palestine. Monographs in Reproductive Health. 2002..
ZBEIDAT: The Social Impact of Agricultural Technology on the Life of a Peasant Community in the Jordan Valley. Second Edition. Birzeit, Palestine: Birzeit University; 1997..