Dr Mohamad Mehdi Fadakar davarani

Assistant Professor of Department

Contacts information


mmfadakar@yahoo.com............ mmfadakar@kmu.ac.ir


 Kerman University of Medical Sciences

deputy, From 2005 To 2006

Deputy Director of Student and Cultural Affairs

 Payame Noor University

deputy, From 2008 To 2009

 Iran National Science Foundation

Humanities and Social Sciences, From 2011 To 2013

 farabi cinema foundation

member the board of trusteef, From 2009 To 2013

 roudaki foundation

member the board of directers, From 2009 To 2011

 Imam Reza international foundation for culture & art

the board of trusteef & directers, From 2011 To 2013

 ministry of culture & islsmic guidance

deputy, From 2009 To 2013

finance & adminastration


Journal papers

1. Marziyeh Hasani1, Narges Khanjani2, Mohammad Reza Mahmoodi3, Mohammad Mehdi Fadakar4,*, Abedin Iranpour4, Mohammad Hossein Gozashti5, Developing Pictographs for Increasing Adherence in Patients with Diabetes Mellitus

American Journal of Educational Research,, 4, 5, 371-377, 2016
*Corresponding author: mmfadakar@kmu.ac.ir

2. Nazari F, Khanjani N, Mahmoodi MR, Fadakar MM., The Impact of Pictograph-Based Education on Knowledge, Attitude, Self-Care, Fasting Blood Glucose and HbA1c Levels in Type 2 Diabetic Patients in Kerman

Iranian Journal of Health Education & Promotion, 4, 3, 194-204, 2016
Mohammad Mehdi Fadakar.Assistant Professor, Dept. of Health Education and Health Promotion, KMU, Kerman, Iran (Corresponding Author) mmfadakar@yahoo.com

3. Mohammad Mahdi Fadakar, Empowerment of women visiting the health centers of Kerman by teaching Self Breast Examination in the presence of Behvarz

Iranian Quarterly Journal of Breast Diseases, 7, 1, 41-51, 2014

4. Ezzatollah Sam Aram , Jafar Hezar Jaribi , Mohammad Mehdi Fadakar , Mohammad Taghi Karam i , Mohammad Mehdi Shamsa’i, Spiritual Health: Framework, Scope, and Components Based on The Teachings of Islam (Text in Persian)

Social Development & Welfare Planing, 1, 14, 1-26, 2013
Paper language: Persian Abstract: Health is a dynamic concept with regard to physical, psychological, social and spiritual dimensions. All the ideas about spirituality can be summarized in two general approaches: (a) spirituality as a general concept of finding meaning; and (b) spirituality as approaching God/ divinity. No western approach accepts that man is supposed to be God’s representative on the earth. Therefore, the main research question is:what components make up spiritual health, based on Islamic teachings? The study is qualitative, and uses a librarymethod and scientific-religious approach. It uses exegesis of the Quran, Hadith and ethical books, Ganjineh-ye Ravayat-e Noor specialized software, complete volumes of Tafsir Noor, and Ahl-e Beit Library. The study identified the following as the components of spiritual health based on the teachings of Islam: Tawwakul, high opinion towards God, faith, attention to the satisfaction of God, pure motive, thanksgiving, modesty and humility, patience, virtue, justice, prayers, remembrance of God, repentance, thinking and reasoning, self-knowledge, and belief in life after death. It is necessary that the Health Care System and other related organizations consider institutionalizing and propagating these local concepts in their policies and strategies.

5. Mohammad Mehdi Fadakar Davarani, Qanat and Social Capita

social development & welfare planing, 1, 1, 149-179, 1388
Qanat and Social Capital In this paper, we focused on collaboration in the social network of Qanat. The comlex relationships between Qanat users, including owners and other villagers, can be a source for creating social capital in rural areas with Qanat. This paper demonstrates that Qanat has an importat role in Iranian civilization. As a sample, it is completely described how vallaigers in Davaran (A village in Kerman) manage the affairs related to Qanat. The research was carried out in a village with Qanat, namely Davaran, and a village without Qanat, namely Ferdosie. These two villages were chosen since it seemed the diffrence between water resources influenced all social areas. 300 participants in Davran and 150 participants in Ferdosie completed a questionnaire including social capital scale as an independent variable and some dependent variables. Research findings show that with regard to social capital, there is a significant diffrence between the two villages that were analyzed. Mean social capital of Davaran is more than mean social capital of Ferdosie. Also findings show that regarding social capital, there is a significant diffrence between Qanat owners and others in Davaran. Qanat, social capital, social networks

6. Mohammad Mehdi FADAKAR DAVARANI * , Ezatoallah SAMARAM 2, The Role of Qanat in Iran's Sustainable Rural Development

ROOSTA VA TOWSE'E, 13, 2, 167-191, 89
Article abstract: This paper looks at qanat from a different angle. The main hypothesis of this paper is that the provision of water by the rural people themselves using qanat and its associated social network which is necessary for the maintenance, membership and use of water can be the origin of enhancing the tendency to advance, generating participatory environment, and strengthening the spirit of empowerment in the direction of the realization of the conditions of sustainable rural development. The field study in this research was carried out in two villages Davaran (with qanat) and Ferdowsieh (without qanat) in Rafsanjan county. The results indicated that, in terms of social development, a significant relationship did not exist between the two villages. But there such a relationship existed between owners and non owners which showed the importance of qanat in strengthening sustainable rural development in these areas. Also the level of empowerment in the village with qanat was significantly higher. In Davaran the owners of qanat were more empowered than non owners. The level of social participation in the two villages was not significantly different, but there was a significant difference between the two villages concerning the propensity to advance.