Manuscripts Accepted in Refereed Journals
1. Alameddine, M. Clinton, M. Bou-Karoum, K., Richa, N. and Dumit, M. (2021) Factors associated with the resilience of nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic. World views on Evidence Based Nursing (in press).
2. Alameddine, M., Bou-Karroum, K., Ghlayini, W. and Abiad, F. (2021) Resilience of nurses at the epicenter of the COVID-19 pandemic in Lebanon. International Journal of nursing Sciences. (In press)
3. Hitti E, Hadid D, Melki J, Kaddoura R, Alameddine M.* Mobile device use among emergency department healthcare professionals: prevalence, utilization and attitudes. Sci Rep. 2021 Jan 21;11(1):1917.
4. Al Balushi AA, Alameddine M, Chan MF, Al Saadoon M, Bou-Karroum K, Al-Adawi S. Factors associated with self-reported medical errors among healthcare workers: a cross-sectional study from Oman. Int J Qual Health Care. 2021 Jul 17;33(3):mzab102.
5. Chan MF, Al Balushi AA, Al-Adawi S, Alameddine M, Al Saadoon M, Bou-Karroum K. Workplace bullying, occupational burnout, work-life imbalance and perceived medical errors among nurses in Oman: A cluster analysis. J Nurs Manag. 2021 Jul 29.
6. Alameddine, M., Bou Karroum, K., Kassas, S. and Hijazi, MA. A profession in danger: Stakeholders' perspectives on supporting the pharmacy profession in Lebanon. PLoS One. 2020 Nov 16;15(11)
7. Khalil M, Alameddine M.* Recruitment and retention strategies, policies, and their barriers: A narrative review in the Eastern Mediterranean Region. Health Sci Rep. 2020 Oct 5;3(4):e192.
8. Landry MD, Alameddine M, Jesus TS, Sassine S, Koueik E, Raman SR. The 2020 blast in the port of Beirut: can the Lebanese health system "build back better"? BMC Health Serv Res. 2020 Nov 12;20(1):1040.
9. Alameddine M, AlGurg R, Otaki F, Alsheikh-Ali AA. Physician’s perspective on shared decision-making in Dubai. Human Resources for Health. 2020. May 7;18(1):33.
10. Alameddine M, Kharroubi SA, Dumit NY, Kassas S, Diab-El-Harake M, Richa N. What made Lebanese emigrant nurses leave and what would bring them back? A cross-sectional survey. Int J Nurs Stud. 2020 Mar;103:103497.
11. Alameddine M, Tamim H, Hadid D, Cheaito MA, Makki M, Maatouk H, Hitti E. Patient Attitudes Toward Mobile Device Use by Health Care Providers in the Emergency Department: Cross-Sectional Survey. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2020 Mar 31;8(3):e16917.
12. Hassan Al Marzouqi AH, Alameddine M, Sharif A, Alsheikh-Ali AA. Research productivity in the United Arab Emirates: A 20-year bibliometric analysis. Heliyon. 2019 Dec 7;5(12):e02819.
13. Jamal Z, Alameddine M, Diaconu K, Lough G, Witter S, Ager A, Fouad FM. Health system resilience in the face of crisis: analysing the challenges, strategies and capacities for UNRWA in Syria. Health Policy Plan. 2020 Feb 1;35(1):26-35.
14. El Arnaout N., Chehab RF., Rafii B., Alameddine M.* Gender equity in planning, development and management of human resources for health: a scoping review. Human Resources for Health. 2019. Jul 11;17(1):52.
15. Alameddine M, Fouad FM, Diaconu K, Jamal Z, Lough G, Witter S, Ager A. Resilience capacities of health systems: Accommodating the needs of Palestinian refugees from Syria. Soc Sci Med. 2019 Jan;220:22-30.
16. Alameddine M., Bou Karroum K., Hijazi MA. Upscaling the pharmacy profession in Lebanon: workforce distribution and key improvement opportunities. Human Resources for Health. 2019. June 17(1); 1:47.
17. Alameddine M., Soueidan H, Makki M, Tamim H, Hitti E. The Use of Smart Devices by Care Providers in Emergency Departments: Cross-Sectional Survey Design. JMIR Mhealth Uhealth. 2019 May 5;7(6):e13614.
18. Alameddine, M., Fouad, F., Diaconu, K., Jamal, Z., Lough, G., Witter, S. and Ager, A. Resilience capacities of health systems: Accommodating the needs of Palestinian refugees from Syria. Soc Sci Med. 2019 Jan;220:22-30.
19. Alameddine M, Otterbach S, Rafii B, Sousa-Poza A. Work hour constraints in the
German nursing workforce: A quarter of a century in review. Health Policy. 2018
Oct;122(10):1101-1108. doi: 10.1016/j.healthpol.2018.07.023.
20. Blanchet K, El-Zein A, Langer A, Sato M.,…Alameddine, M., et.al.. Support for UNRWA's
survival. Lancet. 2018 Sep 22;392(10152):1009-1010.
21. Hijazi MA, Shatila H, El-Lakany A, Aboul Ela M, Kharroubi S, Alameddine M.*, Naja F. Beliefs, practices and knowledge of community pharmacists regarding complementary and alternative medicine: national cross-sectional study in Lebanon. BMJ Open. 2019 Mar 8;9(3):e025074.
22. Kharroubi S, Chehab RF, El-Baba C, Alameddine M*, Naja F. Understanding CAM Use
in Lebanon: Findings from a National Survey. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med.
2018 Jul 25;2018:4169159.
23. Saleh S, Farah A, El Arnaout N, Dimassi H, El Morr C, Muntaner C, Ammar W,
Hamadeh R, Alameddine M*. mHealth use for non-communicable diseases care in
primary health: patients' perspective from rural settings and refugee camps. J
Public Health (Oxf). 2018 Dec 1;40(suppl_2):ii52-ii63.
24. Daouk-Öyry L, Alameddine M, Hassan N, Laham L, Soubra M. The catalytic role of
Mystery Patient tools in shaping patient experience: A method to facilitate value
co-creation using action research. PLoS One. 2018 Oct 12;13(10):e0205262.
25. Saleh S, Farah A, Dimassi H, El Arnaout N, Constantin J, Osman M, El Morr C, Alameddine M.* Using Mobile Health to Enhance Outcomes of Noncommunicable Diseases Care in Rural Settings and Refugee Camps: Randomized Controlled Trial. JMIR
Mhealth Uhealth. 2018 Jul 13;6(7):e137.
26. Ager A, Alameddine M, Witter S, Fouad FM, Diaconu K, Jamal Z, Lough G. In
support of UNRWA appeal for health and dignity of Palestinian refugees. Lancet.
2018 Mar 31;391(10127):1260-1261.
27. Saleh S, Alameddine M*, Farah A, El Arnaout N, Dimassi H, Muntaner C, El Morr
C. eHealth as a facilitator of equitable access to primary healthcare: the case
of caring for non-communicable diseases in rural and refugee settings in Lebanon.
Int J Public Health. 2018 Jun;63(5):577-588.
28. Hunsberger, M., Crea-Arsenio, M., Akhtar-Danesh, N., Alameddine, M. (2018). A government policy on full-time nursing employment in Ontario, Canada: An evaluation. Health Policy. Feb;122(2):109-114.
29. Alameddine, M., Jan Michael Bauer, Martin Richter and Alfonso Sousa-Poza (2017). The paradox of falling job satisfaction with rising job stickiness in the German nursing workforce between 1990 and 2013. Human Resources for Health. Aug 29;15(1):55.
30. Alameddine, M.*, Rami Yassoub, Yara Mourad, and Hiba Khodr. (2017) Stakeholders’ Perspectives on Strategies for the Recruitment and Retention of Primary Health Care Employees in Qatar: A Qualitative Approach. Inquiry. Aug 29;15(1):55.
31. Alameddine, M., Kik, N., Yassoub, R. and Mourad, Y. (2017). Human Resources for Healthcare in the Gulf Cooperation (Chapter 3). Critical Issues in Healthcare Policy and Politics in the GCC. Center for International and Regional Studies (CIRS). Doha, State of Qatar.
32. Naja, F., Shatila, H., Meho. L., Alameddine, M., Haber, S., Nasreddine, L., Sibai, A. and Hwalla, N. (2017). Gaps and opportunities for nutrition research in relation to non-communicable diseases in Arab countries: call for an informed research agenda. Nutrition Research. Nutrition Research Nov; 47:1-12.
33. Alameddine M*, Chamoun N, Btaiche R, El Arnaout N, Richa N, Samaha-Nuwayhid H. (2017). The workforce trends of nurses in Lebanon (2009-2014): A registration database analysis. PLoS One. Aug 11;12(8):e0182312.
34. Alameddine, M.*, Baroud, M., Kharroubi, S., Hamadeh, R., Ammar, W., Shoaib H., and Khodr, H. (2017). Investigating the job satisfaction of healthcare providers at primary healthcare centers in Lebanon: A national cross-sectional study. Health and Social Care in the Community. 2017 Nov;25(6):1805-1816.
35. Alameddine M.*, Baumann A., Onate K., Crea M., Arnaout NE., Deber R. (2017) Job Stickiness of young nurses in Ontario: Does the employer organization participation in the Nursing Graduate Guarantee initiative make a difference? Health Policy. Jul;121(7):809-815.
36. Fouad, M., Alameddine, M., and Couts, A. (2016). Human Resources in Protracted Crisis: Syrian Medical Workers. Lancet.387 (10028): 1613.
37. Fouad FM, Sparrow A, Tarakji A, Alameddine M, El-Jardali F, Coutts AP, El Arnaout N, Karroum LB, Jawad M, Roborgh S, Abbara A, Alhalabi F, AlMasri I, Jabbour S. (2017) Health workers and the weaponisation of health care in Syria: a preliminary inquiry for The Lancet-American University of Beirut Commission on Syria. Lancet. 2017 Dec 2;390(10111):2516-2526.
38. Abou-Risk, J., Alameddine, M. and Naja, F. (2016) Prevalence and Characteristics of CAM Use among People Living with HIV and AIDS in Lebanon: Implications for Patient Care. Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2016:5013132.
39. Saleh, S., Khodor, R., Alameddine, M. and Baroud. M. (2016). Readiness of healthcare providers for ehealth: the case of primary healthcare centers in Lebanon. BMC Health Services Research. 16 (1): 644.
40. Alameddine, M., Bauer JM, Richter, M. and Sousa-Poza (2016). Trends in job satisfaction among German nurses from 1990 to 2012. Journal of Health Services Research and Policy. 21 (2): 1-8.
41. Naja F, Fadel RA, Alameddine M, Aridi Y, Zarif A, Hariri D, Mugharbel A, Khalil M, Nahleh Z, Tfayli A. (2015) Complementary and alternative medicine use and its association with quality of life among Lebanese breast cancer patients: a cross-sectional study. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2015 Dec 22;15:444.
42. Alameddine, M., Mourad, Y. and Dimassi, H. (2015). A National Study on Nurses' Exposure to Occupational Violence in Lebanon: Prevalence, Consequences and Associated Factors. PLoS One. 10(9):1-15.
43. Yassoub, R., Alameddine, M. and Saleh, S. (2015) The Path towards Universal Health Coverage: Stakeholder Acceptability of a Primary Care Health Benefits Package in Lebanon. International Journal of Health Services. 2017 Apr;47(2):352-373.
44. El-Jardali, F., Younan, L., Hammoud, R., Samaha-Nuwayhid, H., Abdallah, N., Alameddine, M., Bou Karroum, L. and Salman, L. The Making of Nursing Profession Practice Law in Lebanon: A Policy Analysis Case Study. Health Research Policy and Systems. 12 (52): 1-15.
45. Naja, F., Alameddine, M.*, Itani, L., Shoaib, H., Hariri, D. and Talhouk, S. (2015). The use of Complementary and Alternative Medicine among Lebanese adults: Results from a National Survey. Evidence Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 2015:682397. Epub 2015 May 27.
46. Alameddine, M., Saleh, S. and Natafgi, N. (2015). Assessing health-care providers' readiness for reporting quality and patient safety indicators at primary health-care centres in Lebanon: a national cross-sectional survey. Human Resources for Health. 2015 May 22;13:37.
47. Alameddine, M., Mufarrij, A., Saliba, M, Mourad, Y., Jabbour, R. and Hitti, E. (2015). Nurses' evaluation of physicians' non-clinical performance in emergency departments: advantages, disadvantages and lessons learned? BMC Health Services Research. 2015 Feb 27;15:77.
48. Alameddine, M., Khodr, H., Mourad, Y., Yassoub, R. and Abi Ramia, J. (2015). Up-scaling the recruitment and retention of human resources for health at primary healthcare centers in Lebanon: A stakeholders’ perspective. Health and Social Care in the Community. 24 (3): 353-62.
49. Saleh, S., Alameddine, M.*, Natafji, N. and Mourad, Y. (2015) Quality of Care in Primary Health Care Settings in the Eastern Mediterranean Region: A Systematic Review of the Literature. International Journal of Quality in Health Care. Apr;27(2):79-88.
50. Alameddine, M., Battershill, C., Baumann, A., (...), Rausch, M., Deber, R.B. (2014) The demanding supply: Licensing international doctors and nurses in Ontario (Book Chapter) Case Studies in Canadian Health Policy and Management, Second Edition pp. 231-260
51. Naja, F., Mousa, D., Alameddine, M.*, Shoaib, H., Itani, L. and Mourad, Y. (2014) Prevalence and correlates of complementary and alternative medicine use among diabetic patients in Beirut, Lebanon: a cross-sectional study. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 14:185: 1-11.
52. Alameddine, M., Nasreddine, L., Hwalla, N., Mourad, Y., Shoaib, H., Mousa, D. and Naja, F. (2013). Factors associated with consulting a dietitian for diabetes management: A cross-sectional study. BMC Health Services Research. 13: 504.
53. Saleh, S., Alameddine, M., Natafgi, N., Mataria, A., Nasher, J., Zeiton, M., Siddiqi, S. and Shaimaa, A. (2014) Path towards Universal Health Coverage in the Arab Uprisings Countries of Tunisia, Egypt, Libya and Yemen. The Lancet. 25; 383(9914):368-81.
54. El-Jardali, F., Alameddine, M.*, Jamal, D., Dimassi, H., Dumit, N., McEwin, M., Jaafar, M. and Murray, S. (2013) A National Study on Nurses’ Retention in Underserved Areas in Lebanon: A Cross Sectional Survey Design. Human Resources for Health. 11 (1): 1-13.
55. Saleh, S., Alameddine, M.* and Natafgi, N. Beyond Accreditation: A Multi-track Quality enhancing Strategy for Primary Health Care. International Journal of Health Services. 44 (2): 355-72.
56. Alameddine, M.*, Baumann, A., Laporte, A., Mourad, Y., Onate, K. and Deber, R. Measuring the job stickiness of community nurses in Ontario (2004-2010): Implications for policy and practice. Health Policy. 114 (2-3):147-55.
57. Saleh, S., Alameddine, M.* and Natafgi, N. (2013). Acceptability of Quality Reporting and Pay for Performance among Primary Health Centers in Lebanon. International Journal of Health Services. 43 (4):761-777.
58. Alameddine, M. and Yassin, N. (2013). Addressing health workers’ exposure to violence at Lebanese emergency departments: What do stakeholders think? Journal of Hospital Administration. 2(4): 31-36.
59. Alameddine, M. *, Baumann, A., Laporte, A. and Deber, R. (2012) A Narrative Review on the Effect of Economic Downturns on the Nursing Labor Market: Implications for Policy and Planning. Human Resources for Health. 10 (23): 1-7.
60. Ghazeeri G., Awwad J., Alameddine M., Younes Z., Naja F. (2012) Prevalence and determinants of complementary and alternative medicine use among infertile patients in Lebanon: a cross sectional study. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 12 (129): 1-9.
61. Alameddine, M. *, Kazzi, A., El-Jardali, F., Dimassi, H. and Maalouf, S. (2011) Occupational Violence at Lebanese Emergency Departments: Prevalence, Characteristics and Associated Factors. Journal of Occupational Health. (53): 455-464.
62. Alameddine, M., Naja, F., Abdel-Salam, S., Maalouf, S. and Matta, C. (2011). Stakeholders’ Perspectives on the Regulation of the Market for Complementary and Alternative Medicine Products in Lebanon: A Qualitative Study. BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine. 11 (71): 1-10.
63. Alameddine, M.*, Baumann, A., Onate, K. and Deber, R. (2010). Career Transitions of Inactive Nurses: A Registration Database Analysis (1993-2006). International journal of nursing studies. 48(2):184-192. (Won the University of Toronto Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation Society of Graduates Literacy 2011 Award for best publication in health management and policy research)
64. Naja, F., Alameddine, M.*, Abboud, M., Bustami, D. and Al Halabi R. (2010). Complementary and alternative medicine use among paediatric leukemia patients: The case of Lebanon. Integrative Cancer Therapies. 10(1):38-46.
65. El-Jardali, F., Alameddine, M., Dumit, N., Dimassi, H., Jamal, D. and Maalouf, S. (2010). Nurses’ Work Environment and Intent to Leave in Lebanese Hospitals: Implications for Policy and Practice. International Journal of Nursing Studies. 48(2): 204-214.
66. Saleh, S., Alameddine, M., Hill, D., Darney-Beuhler, J. & Morgan, A. (2009). The effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a Rural Employer-Based Wellness Program. Journal of Rural Health. 26(3):259-265
67. Saleh, S., Alameddine, M., El-Jardali, F. (2009) The Case for Developing Publicly-Accessible Datasets for Health Services Research in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). BMC Health Services Research 9:197.
68. Alameddine, M. *, Dainty, K., Deber, R. & Sibbald, W. (2009). The ICU Work Environment, Current Challenges and Recommendation for the Future. Journal of Critical Care 24(2):243-248.
69. Alameddine, M. *, Baumann, A. Laporte, A., O’Brien-Pallas, L., Levinton, C., Onate, K. & Deber, R. (2009). Career trajectories of nurses leaving the hospital sector in Ontario, Canada (1993-2004). Journal of Advanced nursing 65(5):1044-1053.
70. Alameddine, M. *, Laporte, A., Baumann, A. O’Brien-Pallas, L., Mildon, B., & Deber, R. (2006). Stickiness and inflow as proxy measures of the relative attractiveness of various sub-sectors of employment. Social Sciences and Medicine 63(9): 2310-2319. (Won the University of Toronto Institute of Health Policy Management and Evaluation Society of Graduates Literacy 2007 Award for best publication in health management and policy research)
71. Alameddine, M. *, Laporte, A., Baumann, A. O’Brien-Pallas, L., Croxford, R., Mildon, B., Wang, S., Milburn, B., & Deber, R. (2006). Where do nurses work: Employment patterns by sub-sector in Ontario, Canada. Health Policy 3(1): 65-86.
Reports/ non-refereed articles/ others
1. Alameddine, M.* (2011). Violence Prevention in the Health Care Sector in Lebanon: A Pressing Agenda for Policy and Action. Human & Health. 14: 26-27.
2. Baumann A., Hunsberger M., Idriss, D., Alameddine, M. and Grinspun D. (2008) Employment of Nursing Graduates: Evaluation of a Provincial Policy Strategy. Health Human Resources Series, Number 10. Nursing Health Services Research Unit, McMaster University.
3. Alameddine, M. (2006). Where Do Nurses Work? Employment Patterns of Ontario Nurses by Sub-Sector, 1993-2003. Doctoral Dissertation, University of Toronto. Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 67-06, Section: B, page: 3040.
4. Alameddine, M., Underwood J., Baumann, A., Deber, R., & Laporte, A. (2006). Ontario visiting and homecare nurses. The Nursing Health Services Research Unit. Toronto, Ontario.
5. Baumann, A., Underwood, J., Blythe, J., Ciliska, D., Ehrlish, A., Akhtar-Danesh, D., Alameddine, M., et al. (2006) Better Data Better Performance. Community Health Nursing in Ontario. Health Human Resources Series Number 7. The Nursing Health Services Research Unit. Hamilton, Ontario.
6. Underwood, J., Alameddine, M., Baumann, A., Deber, R., & Laporte, A., & Eager, K. (2005). Nurses in public health in Ontario. The Nursing Health Services Research Unit. Toronto, Ontario.