The report highlights the major issues discussed during the roundtable and presents a series of recommendations targeting dentistry and policymakers.
Although hybrid learning has helped improve inclusivity with geographical remoteness and physical challenges no longer preventing students from learning, the assessment poses a risk to these gains as the best assessment methods are inherently exclusionary.
Bahrain’s successful management of the COVID-19 pandemic is the direct result of several public administration innovations recently enacted.
The Global Think Tank Summit is an opportunity for intellectual exchanges among think tanks in building a positive mutual and dynamic work to address regional and global challenges and opportunities.
This paper explores the effect that the Covid-19 pandemic is having on the environment in Bahrain using qualitative data garnered from14 environmental experts from the public and private sectors, as well as academics and staff from non-profit organizations.
The problem of global equitable vaccine distribution would be most simply solved if the world’s two biggest powers – China and the US – entered a partnership.
Telemedicine made a slow start, but Covid-19 has given it a boost. While many physicians and patients remain reluctant, despite compelling benefits, much of the hesitancy is due to false perceptions about its efficacy. Dr. Omar Al-Ubaydli looks into the reasons why health systems should embrace it.
The Fourth Derasat Forum will host officials and experts in the field of food security in the Kingdom of Bahrain and abroad to study the options, alternatives, supply chains and opportunities available to meet food security requirements as an important component of national security.
As Bahrain works from a strategic perspective to address the most prominent challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, one of the priorities is securing self-food security, the multiple aspects of which will be discussed in the upcoming Forum 2021.
A paper that analyses the impact of loan deferrals on Bahraini households using data collected from telephone surveys with over 100 Bahrainis with recommendations for future action.