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Mental health, social distress and political oppression: The case of the occupied Palestinian territory. Global Public Health. 2010/11/26th ed. 2011;:1-13..
Domestic and political violence: the Palestinian predicament. Lancet. 2010/01/30th ed. 2010;375:259-60..
Mental health, social distress and political oppression: The case of the occupied Palestinian territory. Glob Public Health. 2010/11/26th ed. 2010;:1-13..
No Palestinian is Safe: Population Dynamics and the Wellbeing of Men, Women, and Children Through Objective Measures and Subjective Indicators. Palestine: Institute of Community and Public Health, Birzeit University; 2010 ..
Palestinian domestic violence: unwarranted political conclusions. Lancet. 2010/04/13th ed. 2010;375:1253; author reply 1253-4..
The remaining facts on the ground invited commentary. the Lancet. 2010;..
Health status and health services in the occupied Palestinian territory. Lancet. 2009/03/10th ed. 2009;..
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..
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..
Disturbing distortions. British Medical Journal. 2007;..
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..
Quality of life in the Palestinian context: an inquiry in war-like conditions. Health Policy. 2006/06/27th ed. 2007;81:68-84..
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..
Qualify of Life in the Occupied Palestinian Territory: A Comparison between the Field Trials of the World Health Organization’s WHOQOL-Bref in 23 countries and the Occupied Palestinian Territory. Institute of Community and Public Health, Birzeit University and The World Health Organization, West Bank and gaza; 2006 ..
Coping with conflict. Educ Health (Abingdon). 2005/04/05th ed. 2005;18:2-4..
Establishing a mental health system in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Bulletin of the Board of International Affairs of the Royal College of Psychiatrists. 2005;:16-18..
The politics of childbirth in the context of conflict: policies or de facto practices?. Health Policy. 2005/04/02th ed. 2005;72:129-39..
Imprints on the consciousness: the impact on Palestinian civilians of the Israeli Army invasion of West Bank towns. Eur J Public Health. 2004/09/17th ed. 2004;14:286-90..
Health sector reform in the Occupied Palestinian Territories (OPT): targeting the forest or the trees?. Health Policy Plan. 2003/02/13rd ed. 2003;18:59-67..
Maintaining public health education in the West Bank. Lancet. 2003/04/11rd ed. 2003;361:1220-1..
Scientific links support an unjust peace process. Nature. 2002/06/18nd ed. 2002;417:689-90..
A community of citizens: disability rehabilitation in the Palestinian transition to statehood. Disabil Rehabil. 2001/11/08st ed. 2001;23:639-44..
Population Fertility. Birzeit, Palestine: Institute of Community and Public Health, Birzeit University; 2000 ..
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 ..