Arabic translation, cultural adaptation, and psychometric validation of a measure of patient’s outcome expectations in the musculoskeletal population
BSc, MSc in physiotherapy PhD student at the School of Health Sciences, University of Nottingham, Nottingham.
Mohamed is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Medical Technology at Bani Waleed University, Bani Waleed, Libya, in the Department of Physiotherapy. He is a senior physiotherapist working either independently or with a variety of clinics in Libya.
He is currently doing a PhD on patient outcome expectations. His research is about translating, cross-culturally adapting, and psychometrically validating a measure of outcome expectations.
He is a researcher who is interested in musculoskeletal disorders, rehabilitation, physiotherapy, self-reported measures, psychometric properties, and patient expectations, with experience in systematic reviews.