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April-June 2021| Vol 13| Issue 2

Editorial

Editorial

In the current issue of the journal, there are a variety of articles, albeit small in number, that should appear to the varying interests of the journal readership. We have a viewpoint on the adopt...


Commentary

Pharmacy curriculum in Libya: The time of a needed change

Worldwide, the pharmacy profession is considered to be one of the most developing professions in the medical field. Consequently, the pharmacy curriculum in different parts of the world is continuou...


Viewpoint

Adoption of a design-based research approach to improve understanding about complex educational problems

Over the past couple of decades, remarkable progress occurred in medical education research. However, most of the ongoing research did not seem to have added much to the existing literature. Thus, o...


Review Article

The urgent need for diagnostic criteria and further understanding of burnout syndrome

The term burnout is widely used and accepted worldwide, but its existence as a distinct clinical entity remains poorly understood and is the source of controversy within academic circles. The existe...


Original Article

Clinical characteristics of igG4-related disease in the United Arab Emirates: A retrospective single-center study

Background: Demographic and clinical data of IgG4-related disease affecting solely the native population of the UAE, known as Emiratis, does not exist in the literature. Aim: To explor...


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ISSN - Print: Awaited,
Online: 1947-489X

Ibnosina Journal of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, a publication of Ibnosina Medical Association, is a peer-reviewed online journal with Quarterly print on demand compilation of issues published.

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