Welcome to the Al Qasimi Foundation’s Publications Library

As part of our mission of supporting the social, cultural, and economic development of our emirate and nation, our various initiatives, opportunities, and platforms are designed to encourage innovative, high-quality research and data-driven best practices and agendas. To accomplish this, the Foundation conducts, supports, collaborates on and publishes research related to our priority areas of education, arts and culture, public health, community development, and philanthropy.

Our diverse publication series, including our academic journal the Gulf Education and Social Policy Review, blogs, and strategic and annual reports are bilingual, open-access, and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Development and Implementation of Public Awareness Campaigns around Breast Cancer in the UAE: A Ras Al Khaimah Case Study

Dania Abu Awwad, Syeda Hossain, Martin Mackey, Patrick Brennan

Women’s Reproductive Health Concerns in the United Arab Emirates

Mira Mousa

Early Diagnosis of Autism in the United Arab Emirates: Autism Knowledge and Attitudes Among Primary Healthcare Providers in Ras Al Khaimah

Agata Wentz

Streamlining and Modernizing Medical Workforce Governance: A Case Study of Ras Al Khaimah, United Arab Emirates

Stephanie Short, Nikhil Hawal, Nasser Sai Albusaidi

The Potential of Ultrasound Technology and Chemotherapy Carriers in Breast Cancer Treatment

Ghaleb Husseini, Yassmine Abbas, Nahid Awad

Transforming Breast Cancer Diagnosis in Ras Al Khaimah

Salman Albeshan, Martin Mackey, Syeda Hossain, Patrick Brennan

Diet and eating habits of expectant parents and families in Ras Al Khaimah, Emirates: an exploratory study

Mary Steen, Richard Mottershead, Johaina Idriss, Natalie Parletta, Basma Ellahi, Vijaya Kumardhas

Hub Healthcare: Medical Travel and Health Equity in the UAE

Sarath Ganji

Fact Sheet: Public Health in the United Arab Emirates and Ras Al Khaimah

Al Qasimi Foundation

Teachers’, Parents’, and Children’s Perceptions of Childhood Obesity in Ras Al Khaimah

Kelly Stott