Period: September 1, 1999 - present
Institution: University of Sharjah, Sharjah, UAE
Title: Research Nurse
Institution: Wayne State University-Detroit Medical Center HIV/AIDS Clinical Research Program, Detroit, MI
Title: Clinical Coordinator
Institution: Division of Clinical Epidemiology, The Montreal General Hospital, Montreal, Quebec Wayne State University-Detroit Medical Center
Title: Research Assistant
Institution: Unit for Health Systems Planning. Joint project between Ministry of Health & Social Affairs and AUB, Lebanon
Title: Registered Nurse
Institution: Cardiac Surgery Unit, American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC), Beirut, Lebanon
Al-Yateem, N., Al-Omari, H., Fakhry, R., et al. (under review). (2018). Sense of coherence and its correlation with BMI, GPA, anxiety, and parenting styles: validation exploration in the United Arab Emirates. The Journal of School Nursing. Submitted online and is presently under review JSN-18-04-072
Bani Issa, W., Al Tamimi, M., Fakhry, R. & Al Tawil, H. (under review). (2018). Experiences of Nursing Students and Examiners with the Objective Structured Clinical Examination Method in Physical Assessment Education: A Mixed Methods Study. Nurse Education in Practice. Submitted online and is presently under review NEP_2018_21
Bani-Issa, W., Eldirawi, K., Harfil, S., & Fakhry, R. (2017). Vitamin D Deficiency and its Determinants in Adults: A sample from Community-based Settings in the United Arab Emirates. Public Health Journal (under review). International Journal of Endocrinology. In press.
Hawamdeh, S., & Fakhry, R. (2013). Therapeutic relationships from the psychiatric nurses’ perspectives: An interpretative phenomenological study. Perspectives in Psychiatric Care, 50 (3), 178-185.
Bani-Issa, W., Fakhry, R., & Al Momani, F. (2013). Urinary incontinence in Emirati women with diabetes mellitus type 2: prevalence, risk factors and impact on life. Journal of Clinical Nursing,22 (21-22), 3084-3094.
Awad, M.A., El Kouatly, M., & Fakhry, R. (2010). Smoking counseling practices of physicians in the United Arab Emirates. Global Health Promotion,17(4): 5-14.