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Tuesday, February 20, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis in the Integrated Digital Media Program by Lara Khamash

Researcher Lara Khamash, a student in the Master’s program in Integrated Digital Media, defended her thesis titled: “Visual Narratives in Advocacy Films: Cases from Palestine and Around the World.”

The study delves into exploring cinematic storytelling from different angles. It also highlights the unique role that films play in promoting the rights and representation of marginalized groups in Palestine and around the world by analyzing five films. The research examines how films can be used as a means of change by influencing audiences through different representations of these groups.

Monday, February 19, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis in Computed Tomography and MRI Sciences Program by Mohammad AbdalGhani

Researcher Mohammad AbdalGhani, a student in the master’s program in computed tomography and MRI sciences, defended his thesis titled: “Magnetic Resonance Evaluation of Vestibulocochlear Nerve Diseases Diagnosed by Videonystagmus and Audiograms.”

The research aims to study the role of MRI in diagnosing vestibular and auditory disorders, and to compare MRI with a positive vestibular and auditory function test. In addition, the research aims at determining the image quality of the MRI sequences used by assessing the image quality, including the signal-to-noise ratio and contrast-to-noise ratio as well as drawing a comparison between the different sequences.

Sunday, February 18, 2024
Defense of a Master’s Thesis in the Quality Management in Health Institutions Program by Khitam Dar Al-Deek

Researcher Khitam Dar Al-Deek, a student in the Master’s program in Quality Management in Health Institutions, defended her thesis titled: “Exploring the Role of Trust as a Mediating Factor between Patient Satisfaction and Quality of Health Care.”

The research aims to understand how trust in health service providers, especially doctors and nurses, acts as a mediator that affects the relationship between patient satisfaction and the joint quality of health care services among patients residing in the internal medicine ward in three governmental hospitals in the West Bank, Palestine.

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