Health Services Research

Health Services Research

Title Year PI Owner Institution Study Design Sample Size Keywords References
Knowledge of health insurance benefits among male expatriates in Saudi Arabia.  2017  Abduwahab Alkhamis  Saudi Electronic University cross-sectional  3,398  Health insurance; knowledge; Expatriate; Saudi Arabia;  http://doi.org/
10.15537/smj.
2017.6.18177
 The effect of gender on transformational leadership and job satisfaction among Saudi nurses.  2017  Mohammed Alghamedi  University of San Diego, United States & Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia.  cross-sectional  600  Gender differences; Job satisfaction; Management; Nursing Workforce; transformational leadership.  http://doi.org
/10.1111/jan
.13385
 Prevalence of Undiagnosed Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Adults Aged 20 – 40: A Cross-Sectional Study in 2016 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.  2017  Faisal Alharthi  King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences  cross-sectional  507  Cardiovascular; Risk factors; Prevalence; Undiagnosed;  http://doi.org
/10.14740/
cr566w
 Awareness, availability and perception of implementation of patients’ rights in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  2016  Hassan S. Halawanya  King Saud University  cross-sectional  632  Patients’ rights;
Awareness;
Saudi Arabia;
Hospitals;
 http://doi.org/
10.1016/j.sjdr.
2016.04.003
 Analysis of patient falls among hospitalized patients in Makkah region. 2016  Mohammed Abdulwahab Flimban  General Directorate of Makkah Region Health Affairs.  cross-sectional  4,799 beds  Patient falls; Hospitals; Injury; Patient safety; Falls;  http://jpma.org.pk
/full_article_text.php
?article_id=7865
 A retrospective observational study of functional outcomes, length of stay, and discharge disposition after an inpatient stroke rehabilitation program in Saudi Arabia.  2016  Saad M. Bindawas  King Saud University A retrospective observational study  432 Physical therapy; Rehabilitation; Rehabilitation facilities; Saudi Arabia; stroke;  http://doi.org
/10.1097/MD.
0000000000004432
 Patients reasons for obtaining psychotropic medications without a prescription at retail pharmacies in Central Saudi Arabia.  2016  Fahad D. Alosaimi  King Saud University  cross-sectional  302  Patients; Psychotropic medications; Prescription; Retail pharmacies; Central; Saudi Arabia;  http://doi.org/
10.17712/nsj.2016
.4.20160245
 Stress, shift duty, and eating behavior among nurses in Central Saudi Arabia.  2016  Ali M. Almajwal  King Saud University  cross-sectional  395  Stress;  Eating behavior; Nurses; Central; Saudi Arabia;  https://www.ncbi.nlm
.nih.gov/pmc/articles/
PMC4800919
 Workplace violence against nursing staff in a Saudi university hospital.  2016  Hanan Alkorashy  King Saud University  cross-sectional  370  Workplace violence; Nursing; Saudi Arabia;  http://doi.org/10.1111/
inr.12242
 The work engagement of nurses in multiple hospital sectors in Saudi Arabia: a comparative study.  2016  Ahmed aboshaiqah  King Saud University  cross-sectional  980  hospital affiliation; Nursing; Quality of care; Work engagement;  http://doi.org/
10.1111/jonm.12356
 Hospital Performance Indicators and Their Associated Factors in Acute Child Poisoning at a Single Poison Center, Central Saudi Arabia.  2015  Menyfah Q. Alanazi  King Abdullah International Medical Research Center  cross-sectional  315  Hospital Performance; Indicators; Acute Child Poisoning at a Single; Central; Saudi Arabia;  http://doi.org/
10.1097/MD.
0000000000002339
 Access and barriers to healthcare in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, 2013: findings from a national multistage survey.  2015  Dr Ali H Mokdad  Ministry of Health  cross-sectional  10,735  Access; barriers; Healthcare; Saudi Arabia;  http://dx.doi.org
/10.1136/bmjopen-
2015-007801
 Patients’ Satisfaction with Primary Health Care Centers’ Services, Majmaah, Kingdom of Saudi of Saudi Arabia.  2015  Elsadig Yousif Mohamed  Majmaah University  cross-sectional  370  Patients; Satisfaction; Primary; health care centers;  https://www.ncbi.nlm
.nih.gov/pmc/articles/
PMC4538893/
 Adult depression screening in Saudi primary care: prevalence, instrument and cost.  2014  Waleed Al-Qadhi  King Abdullah International Medical Research  cross-sectional  477  Screened depression; PHQ-9; Cost-analysis; Primary health care; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1186/1471-244X-
14-190
 The prevalence of psychiatric disorders among visitors to faith healers in Saudi Arabia.  2014  Fahad D. Alosaimi  King Saud University  cross-sectional  321  Faith Healing; Spiritual Therapies; Mental Disorders;  https://doi.org/
10.12669/pjms.
305.5434
 Patients’ satisfaction of service quality in Saudi hospitals: A SERVQUAL analysis.  2013  Hussein M. Al‐Borie  King Abdulaziz University  cross-sectional  1,000  Patient perception; Patient satisfaction; Service quality; SERVQUAL; Saudi Arabia; Hospitals; Organizational performance;  https://doi.org/
10.1108/09526861
311288613
 Quality of work life among primary health care nurses in the Jazan region, Saudi Arabia: a cross-sectional study.  2012  Mohammed J Almalki  Ministry of Health, Saudi Arabia &
Queensland University of Technology in Australia.
 cross-sectional  585  Nurse; Nursing workforce ; Primary health care; Quality of work life (QWL);
Saudi Arabia;
 http://doi.org/
10.1186/1478-
4491-10-30
 Patients’ perception, views and satisfaction with pharmacists’ role as health care provider in community pharmacy setting at Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  2012  Mohamed N. Al-Arifi  King Saud University  cross-sectional  1699  Community; Pharmacist; Satisfaction; Care; Drug Perception;  https://doi.org/
10.1016/j.jsps.
2012.05.007
 The relationship between quality of work life and turnover intention of primary health care nurses in Saudi Arabia.  2012  Mohammed J Almalki  Ministry of Health  cross-sectional  508  Nurse ; Nursing workforce ; Primary health care; Quality of work life (QWL); Saudi Arabia; Turnover intention;  http://doi.org/
10.1186/1472-
6963-12-314
 Patterns of diseases and preventive measures among domestic hajjis from Central, Saudi Arabia.  2012  Fahad S. Al-Jasser  Ministry of Health  cross-sectional  1507  Diseases; Preventive measures; Domestic hajjis; Saudi Arabia;  https://www.smj.org.sa
/index.php/smj/article/
view/7491/5608
 Public Knowledge, Attitude and Practice of Complementary and Alternative Medicine in Riyadh Region, Saudi Arabia.  2012  Ahmed Tawfik Elolemy  National Center of Complementary and Alternative Medicine  cross-sectional  518  Complementary; Alternative medicine; Medical herbs; Body massage; Natural products; Prophetic medicine; Attitude, Safety; Efficacy; Saudi Arabia.  http://doi.org/
10.5001/omj.
2012.04
 Knowledge and attitude of health professionals in the Riyadh region, Saudi Arabia, toward complementary and alternative medicine.  2012  Abdullah M. AlBedah  Ministry of Health  cross-sectional  306 Alternative; Complementary; Prophetic medicine; Health educational organizations; Health institutes; Health professionals; Knowledge; Attitude; Mass media; Saudi Arabia.  http://doi.org/
10.4103/2230-
8229.98290
 Attitude to blood donation in Saudi Arabia.  2011  Abdel Galil M. Abdel Gader  King Khalid University Hospital & King Saud University  cross-sectional  833  Attitude to blood donation; donor compensation; donor motivation;Saudi blood donors; http://doi.org/
10.4103/0973-
6247.83235
 Medication prescribing pattern in primary care in Riyadh City, Saudi Arabia.  2011 Naseem Qureshi King Abdulaziz Medical City,  cross-sectional 1200  Medication prescribing pattern; Primary care; Saudi Arabia.  https://pdfs.semanticscholar
.org/43e8/c5161515e
0ab40242a4847e1a710
4609921e.pdf
 Internet use by the public to search for health-related information.  2011  Khalid M. AlGhamdi  King Saud University  801  Internet; Health information; eHealth; Information technology;  http://doi.org/
10.1016/j.ijmedinf.
2011.12.004
 Non prescribed sale of antibiotics in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: A Cross Sectional Study.  2011  Imad M Tleyjeh  King Fahad Medical City  cross-sectional  327  Antibiotic; Pharmacy; Saudi Arabia;  http://doi.org/
10.1186/1471-
2458-11-538
 Research productivity among faculty members at medical and health schools in Saudi Arabia.  2011 Saad A. Alghanim,  King Saud University  cross-sectional 389  Research productivity; Faculty members; Medical and health schools; Saudi Arabia;  https://www.ncbi.nlm
.nih.gov/pubmed/
22159387
 Inpatient prescribing errors and pharmacist intervention at a teaching hospital in Saudi Arabia.  2011  Abdlatif A. Al- Dhawailie  King Saud University  cross-sectional  1580  Inpatient Errors; Pharmacist role; Intervention;  https://doi.org/
10.1016/j.jsps.
2011.03.001
 Impact of health education on lifestyles in central Saudi Arabia.  2011  Farid Midhet  Qassim University  Uncontrolled experimental study  Pretest n=1254 Posttest n=1011  Health education Lifestyle; Saudi Arabia;  https://www.smj.org
.sa/index.php/smj/
article/viewFile/
7107/4881
 Conflict and professionalism: perceptions among nurses in Saudi Arabia.  2010  Nazik Zakari  King Saud University  cross-sectional  346  Conflict; professionalism; Perception; Nurses; Saudi Arabia;  http://doi.org/
10.1111/j.1466-7657
.2009.00764.x
 Prevalence of refractive errors among pre-school children at King Abdulaziz Medical City, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.  2010  Mohammad A.Al-Rowaily  King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Science, National Guard Health Affairs  cross-sectional  1319  Refractive errors; Prevalence; Pre-school; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1016/j.sjopt.
2010.01.001
 Violence Against Primary Health Care Workers in Al-Hassa, Saudi Arabia.  2010  Abdel-Hady El-Gilany  King Faisal University  cross-sectional  1091  Workplace violence; Primary health care; Physical violence;
Psychological violence; Saudi Arabia;
 https://doi/
10.1177/0886260
509334395
 Traditional Healers in Riyadh Region: Reasons and Health Problems for Seeking Their Advice. A Household Survey.  2010  Norah Al-Rowais  King Saud University  cross-sectional  1408  Traditional medicine; Riyadh Region; for Seeking Household; Saudi Arabia;  https://doi.org/
10.1089/acm.
2009.0283