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2002Birth at the Checkpoint, the Home or the Hospital? Adapting to the Changing Reality in PalestineWick, Laura
2015A cross sectional study of maternal ‘near-miss’ cases in major public hospitals in Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine and SyriaHyam, Bashour; Saad-Haddad, Ghada; DeJong, Jocelyn; Ramadan, Mohammed Cherine; Hassan, Sahar; Breebaart, Miral; Wick, Laura; Hassanein, Nevine; Kharouf, Mayada
2005Routines in facility-based maternity care: evidence from the Arab WorldKabakian-Khasholian, Tamar; Khalil, Karima; Sholkamy, Hania; Hassanein, Nevine; Cherine, Mohamed; Elnoury, Amr; Mohsen, Lamia; Breebaart, Miral; Kabakian-Khasholian, Tamar; Shayboub, Rawan; Khayat, Rita; Campbell, Oona M. R.; Osman, Hibah; Mourtada, Rima; Hafez, Raghda; Sinno, Dima; Mikki, Nahed; Wick, Laura; Wick, Livia; Bashour, Hyam; Abdulsalam, Asmaa; Sheikha, Salah
2004Childbirth in Palestine: Reported Practices and Evidence-based GuidlinesWick, Laura
1999Traditional Birth Attendants in the West Bank: An Assessment of System Building and Training NeedsWick, Laura
2005Childbirth in PalestineWick, Laura
2008Building the infrastructure, modeling the nation: the case of birth in PalestineThis article explores the intersection between the professional politics of medicine and national politics during the second Palestinian uprising, which erupted in 2000. Through an analysis of stories about childbirth from actors in the birth process—obstetricians, midwives and birth mothers—it examines two overlapping movements that contributed to building the public health infrastructure, the movement of sumud or steadfastness (1967–87) and the popular health movement (1978–94), as well as their contemporary afterlife. Finally, it deals with relations between medicine and governance through an analysis of the interpenetration of medical and political authority. The birth stories bring to light two contrasting visions of a nation in the context of restrictions on mobility and a ground chopped up by checkpoints. The quasi-postcolonial condition of Palestine as popular construct, institutional protostate organism, and the lived experience of its experts and of its gendered subjects underlie the ethnographic accounts; Public health - Palestine; Wick, Laura
2012No safe place for childbirth : women and midwives bearing witness, Gaza 2008-09Wick, Laura; Hassan, Sahar
2010Checkpoints on the long road to Palestinian women's healthWick, Laura