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Dr. Amira Shaheen, staff member at the Public Health Department at An-Najah has recently participated in a training workshop at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine.


The workshop was over nine days from February 12th – February 20th, 2018 and shed light on research methods that investigate violence against women (VAW) and children under natural or emergency conditions and their appropriateness for different cultures.

The workshop was attended by a large number of institution representatives who support projects that respond to VAW in the Middle East. This allowed Dr. Shaheen to discuss possible means of mutual cooperation between An-Najah and these institutions.

It is worth mentiniong that Dr. Shaheen also attended a one day training on NVIVO which was run by the co-lead in the HERA project, that is a collaborative project between An-Najah National University, LSHTM, Bristol University, WHO and Sao Palo University.  The aim of this training is to help Dr. Shaheen understand how to analyze the data that Palestinian collected in the first phase, so as to start publishing scientific papers.  


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