The Way Forward for Elective Surgery in Developing Countries: Day Case Surgery

The notion of day case surgery, which is widely used all over the world, is based on the well-established principle of ambulating surgical patients as soon as possible. The industrialised and underdeveloped worlds have different approaches to day surgery. In

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Analysing the New Manifestations of External Debt in Developing Countries from 2000 to 2019

Debt rescheduling instances have also increased dramatically in recent years. From 2000 to 2019, the author uses an analytical qualitative and quantitative method to evaluate the new types of external debt in developing countries, and the following are the results:

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The Place of Experiential Value in the Virtual Space

The goal of this study is to explore how people’s attitudes toward online purchase in developing countries are influenced by eight characteristics of experiential value and perceived risk. A Tunisian online consumer sample yielded an average of 204 valid questions.

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An Advanced Study on Strengthening Community Response; the Need for Enhanced Community Engagement. A Case for District Local Authorities in Developing Countries

The study’s objectives were to uncover key factors influencing community participation and responsiveness in solid waste management in local governments in developing countries. Cochrane libraries, CINAHL, and reports/policy papers were used to search the database. The procedures (inform, consult, involve,

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