Selected Works of Prof. Dr. Abdel Aziz Mousa Thabet, M.B.Ch.B, DPM, DCAC, PhD
Professor Emeritus of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, School of Public Health, Al Quds University, Palestine. Consultant, Child and Adolescent Psychiatrist. Affiliated Scholar with the Centre for Refugee Studies, York University Keywords: post-traumatic stress disorder, PTSD, trauma, Gaza, Palestine, Palestinians, Palestinian children, health, learning disabilities, psychological disorders, war affected children, mental health, West Bank, conflict, community … Continue reading Selected Works of Prof. Dr. Abdel Aziz Mousa Thabet, M.B.Ch.B, DPM, DCAC, PhD →
The Relationship Between Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Coping Strategies among Patients with Cancer in Gaza Strip
Abstract Aim: The study aimed to examine the mental health status of the patients with cancer and the coping strategies that adopted by them in front of stressful situations. Method: The sample consisted of 358 patients with cancer in the oncology clinic at Shifa Hospital in Gaza Strip. Participants were interviewed individually by questionnaire include … Continue reading The Relationship Between Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and Coping Strategies among Patients with Cancer in Gaza Strip →
The Economic Integration of Refugees in Canada: A Mixed Record?
By Lori Wilkinson and Joseph Garcea Since the fall of 2015, refugee resettlement in Canada has risen dramatically as the Trudeau government committed itself to admitting at least 25,000 Syrian refugees—a goal accomplished by the end of February 2016. As Canada expands its resettlement efforts, ensuring the labor-market integration and self-sufficiency of these new arrivals … Continue reading The Economic Integration of Refugees in Canada: A Mixed Record? →