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Workplace Violence against Nurses at Public Hospitals in Sana'a City-Yemen

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Background: Workplace violence is a concerning issue. Workplace violence is a serious phenomenon involving the health care settings, and presents challenges to management. Literature indicates that the majority of nurses experience some form of violence during their working lives. Aim: to identify the workplace violence against nurses working at public hospitals in Sana'a City-Yemen.

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Workplace violence; psychological violence; physical violence; sexual violence

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Prevalence of Bacterial Hands Contamination among Al-Razi University Students in Sana'a City, Yemen

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Background: Harmful microorganisms can be transferred to hands from contaminated surfaces people come into contact in daily life. Contaminated hands can transmit the disease to oneself as well as to others.

Aim: to determine the prevalence of bacterial hands contamination among Al-Razi University students in Sana'a City, Yemen.

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Prevalence of bacteria, Students; hands Contamination; Hands hygiene; Yemen.

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Coblation-Assissted Tonsillectomy in Hospital University Sains, Malaysia: A Case Report

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