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Disability among clients attending Taif Rehabilitation Centre, Saudi Arabia

AL-SHEHRI, Abdul-Salam A
ABDEL-FATTAH, Moataz M
July 2008

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This is a cross-sectional study examining 850 hospital records of people who were admitted to Rehab Armed Forces Rehabilitation Center, Taif, Saudi Arabia from 1999 to 2005. Data were collected on age, sex, nationality, date of admission and discharge, and type of disability. Recommendations are provided to expand home care programmes, to minimize duration of stay at the rehabilitation centres, and to increase health education of the public to assist in encouraging disabled people to adapt to daily life activities

Afghanistan : community based approach to parents with disabled children : reality or ambition?

TURMUSANI, Majid
May 2005

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The article discusses the exclusion of people with disabilities from mainstream services and activities in Afghanistan, the CBR initiatives to support families with disabled children and their limitations. A number of recommendations are made on how CBR as a comprehensive strategy can be enhanced by increasing the involvement of service users and their families in all stages of the rehabilitation process
Republished from ‘Disability World’ web-zine

Breast cancer in south-east Republic of Yemen

ABDUL HAMID, G
TAYEB, M S
BAWAZIR, A A
November 2001

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This retrospective study of breast cancer was carried out using the treatment registry of Aden Health Office and archives of Al-Gamhoria Teaching Hospital. It advocates for a comprehensive national approach to increase research funding in this area

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