Vol. 8, Issue 6, Part D (2022)
Evaluation of the effectiveness of infection control and its impact on the performance of Forensic Medicine work in MOH
This research aims to define clear, documented, and approved infection control standards by the Ministry of Health for forensic medicine, and their impact on the performance of work in forensic medicine. The researcher and his colleagues distributed this electronic questionnaire over the phone and via the Internet and social networks. On more than 1000 forensic medicine employees only, in various cities of the Kingdom, more than 550 answers were obtained and no interviews were conducted due to the Corona Virus (Covid-19) pandemic, and also due to the distance between the various cities of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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Mohammed M Alameer, Nawaf N Ahmad, Khalid MS Shaharkhan, Abdulah S Abdullah, Salem A Alghamdi, Ameen A Ali, Ameen H Alansari, Fahad B Alharbi, Abdullhade A Alqurashi, Ayman H Abullraheem, Naif G Allihyani, Mohammed O Almalkey, Alaa M Saif, Naif G Alhuzhrani, Abdulqader S Alghamdi, Hisham N Awlia, Adnan S Aldaous, Mazin A Misha, Adel M Alhazmi, Osama M Aldadi, Abdulaziz K Alkhialdi, Fawaz H Alhudale, Mohamed A Butays, Hani MS Shaharkhan, Sultan S Alghethami, Faisal F Alghethami, Abdulrahman A Alabadi, Hussain H Alkaf, Khalil I Alqurashi, Fahad AT Bukari, Mohammed S Alzuhrani, Abdulsalam S Alsadi, Sultan K Althubyani, Abdullah A Alsulami, Talal Z Alhashmi, Anmar M Alyehywi, Khalid A Alsaab, Abdullatif D Alharbi, Ibrahim A Abodahy, Dr. Anas S Dablool. Evaluation of the effectiveness of infection control and its impact on the performance of Forensic Medicine work in MOH. Int J Appl Res 2022;8(6):246-250.