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Dr Arthur Cassidy (Phd)
Dr Arthur Cassidy (Phd)
Dr Cassidy holds honours degrees from the University of Ulster and his Post Graduate research Doctorate in Personality and Social Relationships from the Queens University of Belfast. He is a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Dr Cassidy has taught, lectured, and examined in various specialties within psychology in Universities and was a visiting Lecturer to the Hong Kong Polytechnic. He is a well-established Social Media and Personality Psychologist who has made a dynamic and energetic impact to contemporary television programmes by bringing fresh insight into evidence-based psychological aspects of a wide range of topics.
Dr Arthur Cassidy (Phd)
Dr Arthur Cassidy (Phd)
Dr Arthur Cassidy (Phd)
Dr Cassidy holds honours degrees from the University of Ulster and his Post Graduate research Doctorate in Personality and Social Relationships from the Queens University of Belfast. He is a Chartered Psychologist and an Associate Fellow of the British Psychological Society. Dr Cassidy has taught, lectured, and examined in various specialties within psychology in Universities and was a visiting Lecturer to the Hong Kong Polytechnic. He is a well-established Social Media and Personality Psychologist who has made a dynamic and energetic impact to contemporary television programmes by bringing fresh insight into evidence-based psychological aspects of a wide range of topics.

Cyberpsychology: The dangers of Internet and gadget addiction

Cyberpsychology is a new field within applied psychology, it assesses how we interact with others using technology and how technology influences our daily behaviour. Dr Arthur Cassidy Cyberpsychology and the dangers of Internet and gadget addiction.

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1. Cheng C, Li AY. Internet addiction prevalence and quality of (real) life: a meta-analysis of 31 nations across seven world regions. Cyberpsychol Behav Soc Netw. 2014;17(12):755–760. doi:10.1089/cyber.2014.0317 Accessed at: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4267764/

Dr Mokhamed Orabi
Dr Mokhamed Orabi
Dr Mokhamed Orabi is an experienced specialty doctor in the Obstetric and Gynecology Department at St Mary’s Hospital, Isle of Wight Trust. He is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and the Royal College of Obstetricians Gynecologists MRCOG London and has Diplomate in Obstetrics & Gynecology from College of medicine of South Africa ( Dip Obst SA) CMSA; Clinical Ordinatura O&G (MD) - M Gorky Donetsk State University and a MBChB from Baghdad University. His Special interest are feto-maternal medicine ,colposcopy and medical education.
Dr Mokhamed Orabi
Dr Mokhamed Orabi
Dr Mokhamed Orabi
Dr Mokhamed Orabi is an experienced specialty doctor in the Obstetric and Gynecology Department at St Mary’s Hospital, Isle of Wight Trust. He is a member of the Royal College of Obstetricians and the Royal College of Obstetricians Gynecologists MRCOG London and has Diplomate in Obstetrics & Gynecology from College of medicine of South Africa ( Dip Obst SA) CMSA; Clinical Ordinatura O&G (MD) - M Gorky Donetsk State University and a MBChB from Baghdad University. His Special interest are feto-maternal medicine ,colposcopy and medical education.

Undiagnosed live term extra-uterine abdominal pregnancy

Introduction Abdominal pregnancy usually presents with signs and symptoms before the pregnancy reaches an advanced stage. They pose a high-risk to the mother and the baby, mainly due to the risk of bleeding and poor placental implantation respectively. Case overview I present a case of advanced abdominal pregnancy. The pregnancy reached 40+5/40 without any signs or symptoms and with a

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