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Mrs.Amal Hussein Family and Community Medicine and Behavioral Sciences Academic RankLecturer

Specialization:

  • Epidemiology & Biostatistics

Research Interests:

  • Public Health, Health Promotion, Medical Education, Research on Psychometrics

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-PhD Scholar (School of Health & Environmental Studies) Hamdan Bin Mohammed Smart University, Dubai, UAE -Master of Public Health (concentration in Epidemiology & Biostatistics), American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon -BSc. Mathematics, American University of Beirut, Beirut, Lebanon
2007 – todate Lecturer, College of Medicine, University of Sharjah 2002 – 2007 Lecturer, College of Health Sciences, University of Sharjah
Teaching , Biostatistics , Data Analysis, PBL Facilitation
Member in the Research Ethics Committee, University of Sharjah Member in the Assessment Committee, College of Medicine
UAE Diabetes and Heart Diseases (DHD) Research Group Medical Education Research Group
Nabil Sulaiman, Elaine Hadj, Amal Hussein and Doris Young (2013).Peer-Supported Diabetes Prevention Program for Turkish andArabic-Speaking Communities in Australia. ISRN Family Medicine, Volume 2013, Article ID 735359, 6 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.5402/2013/735359. Amal Hussein, Nahed Abdelkhalek & Hossam Hamdy (2010). AMEEGuide Supplement: Setting and Maintaining standards inmultiple choice examinations: Guide supplement: 37.3 –Practical Application 1 Comparison of three examinationstandard setting methods. Medical Teacher , 32, 610-612. Nahed Abdelkhalek, Amal Hussein & Hossam Hamdy (2010). Usingteam-based learning to prepare medical students for future problem-based learning. Medical Teacher, 32, 123-129. Nahed Abdelkhalek, Amal Hussein, Nabil Sulaiman & Hossam Hamdy(2009). Faculty as simulated patients (FSPs) in assessing medical students’ clinical reasoning skills, Education forHealth, 22 (3), available fromhttp://www.educationforhealth.ne
Supervising Year 2 medical students Community‐Based Research projects
Supervising Year 2 medical students Community‐Based Research projects
Problem‐Based Learning Team‐Based Learning Traditional Lecturing