1. Cancer patients the last year of life: evaluation of symptom management, quality of life and utilization of health services.                                                                      
  2. Hospital vs. home death: the caregiver view on his own experience.    
  3. Hypodermoclysis comparing with syringe driver for medication administration.                                                                                                                                        
  4. Chronic pain burden on the Israeli health services.                                   
  5. Assessment of symptom control and needs of children with cancer and their parents in the Negev.                                                                                         
  6. Driving performance of chronic pain patients controlled by taking opioids regularly.                                                                                                                              
  7. Application of topical morphine to wounds in patients with acute and chronic pain.                                                                                                                                      
  8. Evaluating quality of life in patients with lung and pancreatic cancer – factors important in determining quality of life and evaluation of changes in them throughout different stages of the disease.                                                 .        
  9. Effect of Ritalin on attention and response time in patients on opioids treatment using the T.O.V.A. test.                                                                                     
  10. The efficacy of treatment for chronic pain for patients with spinal stenosis with the SEQEX magnetic field.                                                                                       .        
  11. The efficacy of treatment for chronic pain for patients with osteoarthritis of the knee with the SEQEX magnetic field.                                                                      .        ​