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An Investigation of Adolescent Psychosocial Factors and Disengagement from Education and Employment Among Individuals with Common Mental Health Problems (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2022)Background: Participation in employment and education have been highlighted as key to health and wellbeing. Adolescents with common mental health problems are at risk of being “not in education, employment or training” ...
Suffering, faith & well-being among Muslim women affected by the ISIS conflict in Iraq: The role of faith in coping and recovery and what this means for humanitarian response (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2022)For many populations globally, the processing of potentially traumatic events and the pathway to recovery is linked to religious convictions. Positive religious coping following disasters is widely evidenced as resilience ...
Predictors Of Integrative Public Leadership In The Malaysian Public Sector: A Structural Model Analysis (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2022)The concept of transformational leadership dimensions with emphasis on public values and supporting collaborative efforts is gaining more attention in the research and practice of leadership (Sun and Anderson 2012; Gerson ...
(Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2022)This thesis comprises of a critical appraisal evaluating the collective contribution to knowledge of six of my peer reviewed publications in relation to how participatory, reflexive and ethical approaches to complaints can ...
A quantitative research study exploring translation, content validation, and crosscultural adaptation of the Arabic version of General Risk-taking Propensity Scale (GRiPS) with school-aged adolescents in Sur City in Oman (Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, 2022)Background and purposes: Epidemiology and prevention interventions programmes for risk-taking behaviours have been the target themes of many studies. In Arabic-speaking countries, including Oman, where this study is based, ...