Browsing Department of Health Promotion and Development by Subject "Religion"
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The influence of fatalism on health beliefs of diabetic patients in Khartoum: A comparison between the Copts and Muslims (The University of Bergen, 2014-05-19)Objectives: The objectives of this research was to explore how the belief in fatalism influences health beliefs in diabetic patients and to compare the differences in fatalistic beliefs between Coptic and Muslim diabetics ...Master thesis
(Springer, 2014-10)Nursing in Uganda is a highly stressful, underpaid profession, leading to worrisome attrition levels; yet some nurses do manage to stay on the job and thrive. This study explored the ways in which religion influences the ...Journal article