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Epidemiological Distribution of Bone Fractures Among Patients

Attended Orthopedic Surgical Clinics in University of Science and

Technology Hospital- Sana'a, During 2015.

Researchers:

Mohammed Abdalmalik Almaghbashi. Ahmed Abdulhafedh Tanbah.

Ahmed Abdurabu Ahmed Aljunaidi. Adel Nader AL Ibrahim.

Mohammed Emad Methkal. Mohammed Abdu Aldaim Aqlan.

Tariq Husseain Nasser Al-Khalifa. Yasser Yahya Albahri.

Supervisor:

Dr –Farouk AbdulRahman Sultan

Lecturer of Epidemiology and Medical Statistics

University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine and Health Science

Community Medicine Department.

Republic of Yemen, Sana'a.

University of Science and Technology.

Faculty of Medicine and Health Science.

Community Medicine Department.

2016

This Thesis Submitted for Partial Fulfillment of Bachelor Degree in

General Medicine and Surgery


 

Family Planning Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices

Among Males in Medical Outpatient Departments in

University of Science and Technology Hospital,

Sanaa, Yemen,  2016.

This Thesis Submitted for Partial Fulfillment of Bachelor Degree in

General Medicine and Surgery

Researchers:

Supervisor:

Assistant professor: Essam Hamdi Al-Safadi

University of Science and Technology, Faculty of Medicine

and Health science, Community Medicine Departments.

Republic of Yemen, Sana'a,

University of Science and Technology.

Faculty of Medicine and Health science.

Department of Community Medicine.

2016

Noraddin Noman Alhomidi.

Zaid Mohammed Kudaish.

Montaser Abdo Mohammed.

Muthana Mahmoud Alqutaibi.

Amar Abdalwasa'a Alsorory.

Mubarak Masaud Albarty.

Salah mohammed Alkhulaqi.

Abdullah Mahmood Qassim.

Ayedh Nagi Alturki.


 

Characteristics of Thyroid Cancer in Yemeni Patients in Sana'a City from 2011-2016

Submitted for the partial fulfillment of bachelor degree of medicine and surgery

Researchers:

Mohammed Sailan.                                                                  Mohammed Al-Amri.

Mohammed Al-Dubai.                                                             Mohammed Al- Garadi.

Morshid Al-Maribi.                                                                  Madian Al-Yosefi.

Amr Shanoon.                                                                           Ibrahim Sharhan.

Waleed Al-Thafif.

                                                                                                    

                                            

Supervised by:

Dr. Abdullah Abdu Al-Mikhlafy – Assistant professor in community medicine - Dean of faculty of medicine and health sciences – UST

Dr. Waleed Ghailan –Assistant professor in  general surgery - Head of surgery depertment – UST

Republic of yemen

University of science and technology

Faculty of medicine and health sciences

Department of community medicine

January 2016 .


 

 

 

Prevalence of Internet Addiction and Its Associated Factors among Medical Students, University of Science and Technology, Sana'a 2016

As a part of requirement for graduation from faculty of medicine and health sciences

Eman Ahmed Al-Moa'ayn.

Nabat Ahmed Al-Jaberi

Reem Ahmed Al-Zandani

Sarah Ahmed Al-Aji .

 Wafa'a  Muthana  Al-Jabri.

Zainab Fouad  Ali.

Zainab Mohammed Muthana

 

.

 

Researchers

Supervisor

Dr / Farouk Al-Qadasi

Master of Epidemiology & Medical statics

Lecturer in Community Medicine Department

Faculty of medicine and health sciences

University of Science and Technology

Sana'a, Yemen

Community Medicine Department Faculty of medicine and health sciences University of Sciences And Technology

Sana'a

2016


Acknowledgements:

Our special thanks and respect to our supervisor, Epidemiologist and Statistician Dr. Farouk Al-Qadasi for his help and advices through all our wording of this research.

Our thanks is also to community medicine department, all academic staff and medical students of faculty of medicine and health sciences.  


Table of contents

Page no Content
II Acknowledgement
III Table of contents
IV List of abbreviations
V List of tables
VI List of figures
VII List of appendixes
VIII Abstract
1 Introduction
4 Literature review
11 Objectives
11 Hypothesis
12 Methodology
18 Results
28 Discussion
31 Conclusion
32 Recommendation
33 References
36 Appendixes
44 Arabic abstract

List of abbreviations:

IA = Internet addiction.

IAD = Internet addiction disorders.

(DSM-V)  = diagnostic and statistical manual of mental.

(CIAS)  = Chen internet addiction scale.

PIU= Problematic internet use.

ADHD= Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

UST= University science and technology.

DM= Diabetes mellitus.

HTN= Hypertension.

TB= Tuberculosis.

PCKD= Poly cystic kidney disease.

SLE= Systemic lupus erythematous.

List of tables

Page Title No of table
21 General characteristics of  Internet user students No (1)
26 Association between Internet addiction and other variables No(2)

List of figures

   Page Title                                            No
20 Usage of Internet among medical students. No (1)
24 Prevalence of Internet addiction among the Internet -used students No (2)

List of appendixes

 

Appendix

        Page

 Appendix number (1): Questionnaires about internet adduction and associated risk factors.

37

Appendix number (2):  CD of Electronic copy of final report of (Prevalence of Internet Addiction and Its Associated Factors among Medical Students, University of Science and Technology, Sana'a 2016)

41

Abstract

                     Introduction:Internet addiction, now more commonly called problematic Internet use becomes one of the major problems in today's society. It is characterized by excessive and poorly controlled pre-occupations which often lead to impairment and distress. This study aimed to identify the prevalence of Internet addiction and its associated factors among medical students of University of Sciences and Technology.

                     Methods:        This cross sectional analytic study was carried out among 285 medical students of University of sciences and Technology, during a period of 7 months .The data was collected by using structural questionnaire (Dr. Kimberley S. Young's IAT). The samples were collected by stratified random sampling and analyzed by (Statistical Package for Social Sciences). Results were presented by tables and figures according to variables types.

                  Result:          285 medical students from 1st to 6th academic levels were participating in our study. 143 (50.2%) were males while 142 (49.8%) were females. The mean age was 21.6 year ±2.0 standard deviation. 275 (96.5%) of participants were Internet users, of them, 224 (81.5%) of students were placed in the Internet addiction group. Generally, 68.7% of students had mild addiction, 12.4% had moderate addiction, and 0.4% of students had severe addiction. 113 (81.9%) were male and 111 (81.0%) were female. Students who had a real friends more than 5 friends , who accessed Internet by mobile, who stayed on-line daily and 4-6 hours per day and when the speed of  Internet was faster were more significantly Internet addicted. (There is no significant association between other variables and Internet addiction.

                   Conclusion: Internet usage causing significant problem was very less among medical students but considerable proportion of medical students were Internet addicted that causes frequent problems.

                 Keywords:  Internet addiction, associated factors, University of Science and               Technology, Yemen.

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