Turki M Alanzi

InstitutionImam Abdulrahman bin Faisal University
Saudi Arabia
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    1. Alanzi TM, Althumairi A, Aljaffary A, Alfayez A, Alsalman D, Alanezi F, Alhodaib H, AlShammari MM, Al-Dossary R, Al-Rayes S, Hariri B, AlThani B. Evaluation of the Mawid mobile healthcare application in delivering services during the COVID-19 pandemic in Saudi Arabia. Int Health. 2022 Mar 02; 14(2):142-151. PMID: 33864074.
      Citations: 1     Fields:    
    2. Alanezi F, Althumairi A, Aljaffary A, Alfayez A, Alsalman D, Alhodaib H, AlShammari MM, Aldossary R, AlThani B, Alghamedy F, Alanzi TM. A comparative study of strategies for containing the COVID-19 pandemic in Gulf Cooperation Council countries and the European Union. Inform Med Unlocked. 2021; 23:100547. PMID: 33754126.
      Citations: 1     
    3. Alanzi T. A Review of Mobile Applications Available in the App and Google Play Stores Used During the COVID-19 Outbreak. J Multidiscip Healthc. 2021; 14:45-57. PMID: 33469298.
      Citations: 8     
    4. Alanezi F, Aljahdali A, Alyousef SM, Alshaikh W, Mushcab H, AlThani B, Alghamedy F, Alotaibi H, Alrajhi S, Alabbadi D, Alanzi TM. Investigating healthcare practitioners' attitudes towards the COVID-19 outbreak in Saudi Arabia: A general qualitative framework for managing the pandemic. Inform Med Unlocked. 2021; 22:100491. PMID: 33319030.
      Citations: 1     
    5. Alanezi F, Aljahdali A, Alyousef SM, Alrashed H, Mushcab H, AlThani B, Alghamedy F, Alotaibi H, Saadah A, Alanzi T. A Comparative Study on the Strategies Adopted by the United Kingdom, India, China, Italy, and Saudi Arabia to Contain the Spread of the COVID-19 Pandemic. J Healthc Leadersh. 2020; 12:117-131. PMID: 33154693.
      Citations: 6     
    6. Alanezi F, Aljahdali A, Alyousef S, Alrashed H, Alshaikh W, Mushcab H, Alanzi T. Implications of Public Understanding of COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia for Fostering Effective Communication Through Awareness Framework. Front Public Health. 2020; 8:494. PMID: 33042941.
      Citations: 9     Translation:Humans