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Adelais  Markaki

Prof Adelais Markaki ORCID logo

qualifications: PhD, APRN-BC, FAAN

department: School of Nursing

Professor Markaki is an advanced practice nurse in public & community health with a medical anthropologist's perspective of global health. Her long career across the European and North American regions covers the spectrum of clinical, administrative, consulting, and academic positions. Since 2016, she is the Co-Director of the WHO Collaborating Center for International Nursing, Univ. of Alabama at Birmingham School of Nursing. As a health systems researcher, Dr. Markaki studies nursing's effect on primary health care outcomes. Her main interests include global health, capacity building, collaborative practice, inter-professional teaching and compassionate care.


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Original Research 30 October 2019

Organ donation attitudes and general self-efficacy: exploratory views from a rural primary care setting

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