Martín Sanz, Álvaro
Flee (Jonas Poher Rasmussen, 2021) es un documental animado que presenta la historia de Amin, refugiado afgano que se ve obligado a abandonar su país con la llegada al poder del régimen talibán. El presente artículo tiene como objetivo realizar un análisis textual de la película que estudia su original empleo de distintos tipos de animación para re...
Mahmood, Shahid Khawaja, Shehryar Nasir Yusuf, Muhammed Aasim
Frontiers in Oncology
Introduction Afghanistan has been in a near-continuous armed conflict, which has degraded the country’s health infrastructure. Due to this, Afghans have opted to seek cancer treatment in Pakistan. This manuscript aims to understand the complex cancer journey of patients from Afghanistan seeking care in the largest tertiary care cancer institutions ...
Perez, Katheryne G Eskridge, Susan L Clouser, Mary C Cancio, Jill M Cancio, Leopoldo C Galarneau, Michael R
Burns : journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
Burns are an important cause of battlefield injury, accounting for 5-20% of the combat injury burden. To date, no report has examined the full range of burns, from mild to severe, resulting from post-9/11 conflicts. The present study leverages the Expeditionary Medical Encounter Database (EMED), a Navy-maintained health database describing all serv...
Neyazi, Narges Mosadeghrad, Ali Mohammad Afshari, Mahnaz Isfahani, Parvaneh Safi, Najibullah
Frontiers in Public Health
Non-communicable diseases (NCDs) and their risk factors are the leading cause of death worldwide and contribute to 74.3% of deaths globally in 2019. The burden of NCDs is escalating in Afghanistan. Currently, every seconds, people in Afghanistan are dying of NCDs. Addressing this challenge in Afghanistan needs effective and practical interventions....
Lynch, Jake Freear, Matt
Frontiers in Communication
This article presents and discusses data from two research methods on journalism in Afghanistan before the Taliban takeover of power in August 2021. News reports from the time of the intra-Afghan peace talks in September 2020 were analyzed using the Peace Journalism model. These were found to be predominantly War Journalism, leaving audiences cogni...
Journal of medical biography
Dr Gray was an assistant medical officer at the Islington Workhouse when he was offered the dangerous but well-paid post as surgeon to the Amir of Afghanistan in August 1888. He arrived in Afghanistan in March 1889 and continued in the post until June 1893. He described his experiences in his book, My Residence at the Court of the Amir.
sulaiman, naji aziz, muhammad abdul stryamets, nataliya mattalia, giulia zocchi, dauro mattia ahmed, hiwa m. manduzai, ajmal khan shah, adnan ali faiz, abdullah sõukand, renata
Domestication of new plants is one of the key (ongoing) phenomena in the history of agriculture. Wild plants are the ancestors of current and future crops and the largest reservoir of genetic diversity for crop breeding and improvement. Wild food species have been used for human nutrition since ancient times and are often the object of human strate...
Neyazi, Narges Lindan, Christina Perdes, Saber Ibrahimi, Abdul Ghani Horemans, Dirk Al Afsoor, Deena
Frontiers in Public Health
Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted provision of essential health services and overwhelmed even robust health systems worldwide. The Afghanistan health system has suffered both from the pandemic, as well as from political upheaval and regime change. Methods We evaluated essential service delivery using data collected from a cross-secti...
Houal, Jean-Baptiste Paiman, Zafar