Nadia Fanous

Nadia Fanous

Tel: +44(0)141 330 8377
Room 241, Main Building, East Quad, University of Glasgow, G12 8QQ

Research Title

Intercultural comparison of social and cultural factors shaping adolescents’ perceptions of graphic health warnings on cigarette packages: the case of the United Kingdom and the State of Qatar


El Hajj Saffouh, M., Kheir N., Al Mulla A., Shami R., Fanous N., Mahfoud Z. (2017). Effectiveness of a pharmacist-delivered smoking cessation program in the State of Qatar: a randomized controlled trial. BMC Public Health 17.1: 215

Chaaya M., Nakkash R., Afifi R., Adame G., Fanous N., Tabbal N., Saab D. (2016). Implementation of an indoor smoking ban and an advertising/sponsorship ban in Lebanon: a baseline cross-sectional study. Tobacco Prevention & Cessation;54

ElHajj M., Kheir N., Al Mulla A., Al Badriyeh D., Al Kaddour A., Mahfoud Z., Salehi M., Fanous N. (2015). Assessing the Effectiveness of a Pharmacist-delivered Smoking Cessation Program in the State of Qatar: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials Journal

Al Mulla A., Fanous N., Seidenberg A., Vaughan R. (October 2014). Secondhand smoke Emission Levels in Waterpipe Cafes in Doha, Qatar. Tobacco Control Journal

Maziak W., Nakkash R., Bahelah R., Husseini A. Fanous N & Eissenberg T.(Aug 2013).Tobacco in the Arab World: Old and New Epidemics Amidst Policy Paralysis. Journal of Health Policy and Planning, 1-11. Published by Oxford University Press in association with The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine



  • Marketing Ethics and Society
  • Research Methods

Additional Information

Nadia is a third year PhD student in Management. Nadia is an LKAS scholar; LKAS is a scholarship for interdisciplinary research. She is working with the Adam Smith Business School and the Social and Public Health Sciences Unit at the University of Glasgow. Previously, Nadia has worked in Lebanon and Qatar on tobacco control research and she was involved in awareness campaigns as well as policy meetings for tobacco control policies.