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Prof. Nahla Khamis Ragab Ibrahim

High Institute of Public Health (HIPH), Alexandria University, Egypt

Professor


E-mail: nahlakhamis@yahoo.com


Qualifications

2015 JMHPE (Masstricht/SCU), Top of Class of Health Professions from 74 Countries in the Leadership Module and Second of the Class in the Master

2010 DHPE, Diploma of Health Professional Education, Faculty of Medicine, Suez Canal University (Excellent degree)

1999 Doctor of Public Health (Majoring Epidemiology), HIPH, Alexandria University

1996 Master of Public Health (Majoring Epidemiology), HIPH, Alexandria University (Excellent degree)

1989 M.B., B.Ch, Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University (Very good degree with honor).


Publications (Selected)

  1. Ibrahim NK. Drug utilization in respiratory and diarrhoeal diseases among children ─An epidemiologic study─, Thesis, MPH. High Institute of Public Health, Alexandria: Alexandria University, 1995.
  2. Ibrahim NK, Sallam SA, Gad ZM, Gad A. A pharmaco-epidemiologic study on childhood respiratory and diarrhoeal diseases. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health 1997; 27(1 suppl.): 475-482. Proceedings of the International Conference on Health, Environment and Development, Alexandria, Egypt, October 14-17, 1996.
  3. Sallam SA, Galal O, Sherif AA, Mandil AM, Gad A, Glik D, Arafa MA, Ibrahim NK. An Integrated Program for control of childhood schistosomiasis in Egypt. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health 1997; 27(1 suppl.): 218. Proceedings of the International Conference on Health, Environment and Development, Alexandria, Egypt, October 14-17, 1996.
  4. Ibrahim NK. An epidemiologic study of nutritional anemia among school adolescents in Alexandria. Thesis, Dr PH, High Institute of Public Health, Alexandria: Alexandria University, 1998.
  5. Ibrahim NK, Sallam SA, Hasab AA, El-Sahn F, Tayel KY, Arafa MA, Shoukry MM. An epidemiologic study of nutritional anemia among adolescents in Alexandria. IVth IEA Eastern Mediterranean regional Scientific Meeting, Tunis, Tunisia, November 18-21, 1998.
  6. Sallam SA, Ibrahim NK, Hasab AA, El-Sahn FA, Tayel KY, Arafa MH. An epidemiologic study of nutritional anemia among school adolescents in Alexandria. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health, 1999; 29(3): 429-46.
  7. Fahmy CF, Ibrahim NK, Arafa M, Nofal L. Blood pressure pattern among working and non- working women in suburban community in Alexandria. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health, 2000; 30 (4): 631-646.
  8. Deghedi BS, Ibrahim NK, Nofal LH. Reproductive health profile of women and female circumcision in a squatter area in Alexandria. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health, 2001; 31(2): 313- 334.
  9. Abd El-Aziz HM, Ibrahim NK, Fetohy EM. Part I: Prevalence and some associated factors of childhood injuries in Alexandria. Alexandria Journal of Pediatrics, 2001,15 (2): 255-260.
  10. Fetohy EM, Ibrahim NK, Abd El-Aziz HM. Part II: Mothers' knowledge and Practices about childhood injuries in Alexandria. Alexandria Journal of Pediatrics, 2001,15 (2): 261-269.
  11. Tawfik HO, Gad ZM, Ibrahim NK, El-Kersh MM. Epidemiology of urinary tract disorders among children in Alexandria. Alexandria Journal of Pediatrics, 2001;15 (2): 295-302.
  12. Abd El-Aziz HM, Ibrahim NK, Fetohy EM. Part I: Prevalence and some associated factors of childhood unintentional injuries in Alexandria. INCLEN GLOBAL MEETING XVIII: "equity-oriented research: leadership challenges in the 21st century". February 10-13, 2002. Sharm el Sheikh, Egypt.
  13. Ibrahim NK, Saleem M, Reda A. Assessment of knowledge and practices of health workers regarding surveillance activities of adverse events following immunization and cold chain system in Alexandria. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health 2002; 32(4): 777-94.
  14. Arafa MA, Abou nazel MW, Ibrahim NK, Attia A. Predictors of psychological well-being of nurses in Alexandria, Egypt. International Journal of Nursing Practice 2003; 9 (5):313-20.Available at: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez
  15. Ibrahim NK, Sarkis NN. Pattern of antimicrobial utilization in a general hospital. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health, 2003; 33(2): 173-190.
  16. Sallam S, Khallafallah N, Ibrahim N, Okasha A. A pharmaco-epidemiological study on self medication among adults attending pharmacies in Alexandria. 2nd International Conference on Health, Environment and Development, ICHED II 2006, 28-30 November 2006. Helnan Plastine Hotel Alexandrina – Alexandria-Egypt.
  17. Adel MI, Abdou AE, Arafa MA, Ibrahim NK. Epidemiologic study of brucellosis in Alexandria, Egypt. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health 2006; 36 (1): 19-30.
  18. Ibrahim NK, Ghabrah MT, Qadi M. Morbidity profile of elderly attended/ admitted in Jeddah Health Facilities, Saudi Arabia. Bulletin of High Institute of Public Health, 2005; 35(4): 173-190.
  19. Ibrahim NK, Al-Bar HM. Interpersonal violence among female school adolescents in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Alexandria Journal of Pediatrics, 2006; 20 (2): 355-364.
  20. Ibrahim NK. School -based educational program on health promotion and prevention of diabetes. Alex Journal of Pediatrics 2007; 21 (2): 233-242.
  21. Ibrahim NK, Jalali EA, Al-Ahmadi JR, Al-Bar AA. Prevalence, risk factors and outcome of childhood abuse reported by female university students in Jeddah. J Egypt Public Health Assoc. 2008; 83(5-6):329-51.
  22. Ibrahim NK, Hijazi N, Milaat W, Eftekhar R. Child maltreatment: behaviors of mothers in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia . Alexandria Journal of Pediatrics July 2008; 22 (2): 169-177.
  23. Ibrahim NK, Hijazi N, Al Bar A. Prevalence & determinants of pre-hypertension & hypertension among preparatory and secondary teachers in schools, Jeddah. J Egypt Public Health Assoc. 2008; 83 (3-4): 221- 41. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19302774
  24. Ibrahim NK, Jalali E, Al-Ahmadi J, Rady M. An intervention educational program on child maltreatment implemented for female teachers in Jeddah primary schools. Alexandria Journal of Pediatrics July 2008; 22 (2): 133-43.
  25. Ibrahim NK, Al-Bar A, Kordy M, El- Fakeeh A. Knowledge, attitude & practice regarding dengue fever among female in Jeddah high schools. Journal of Infection and Public Health 2009; 2 (1): 30- 40. Available from: http://linkinghub.elsevier.com/retrieve/pii/S1876034109000057
  26. Ibrahim NK, Al Ashakar M, Gad Z, Ghanem H, Warda M. An Epidemiological study on survival Oro-pharyngeal cancer cases in Alexandria. WHO/ Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal 2009;15 (2):369-78. Available at: http://www.emro.who.int/emhj/1502/15_2_2009_0369_0377.pdf
  27. Ibrahim NK. Epidemiology, prevention and control of H1N1 virus. Oral presentation in workshop in King Abdul-Aziz University. October 2009. The workshop include Tele-communication and discussion with Prof. Haroutune K Armenian, Professor of Epidemiology, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD, USA; President.
  28. Ibrahim NK,  Attia SG, Sallam SA, Fetohy EM, El─  Sewi FZ. Physician's therapeutic practice and compliance among diabetic patients attending rural health units, Alexandria. Journal of Saudi Family & Community Medicine.  2010; 17 (3):121-28. 2010; 17 (3):121-28. Available at: http://www.jfcmonline.com/text.asp?2010/17/3/121/74325