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U.S. news media coverage of solutions to the opioid crisis, 2013-2017.

News media coverage of the U.S. opioid epidemic influences Americans' knowledge of and preferences for solutions to address the crisis. From 1998 to 2012, news media coverage of the opioid epidemic focused on criminal justice-oriented solutions. We examine whether and how news coverage of solutions has shifted in the recent years of the crisis. We analyzed a random sample of 600 U.S. news stories published/aired by high circulation/viewership national and local print and television news outlets from 2013 to...

The Top Clinical News Stories of 2019.

The Top Nursing News Stories of 2019.

Can scientists fill the science journalism void? Online public engagement with science stories authored by scientists.

In many countries the public's main source of information about science and technology is the mass media. Unfortunately, in recent years traditional journalism has experienced a collapse, and science journalism has been a major casualty. One potential remedy is to encourage scientists to write for news media about science. On these general news platforms, scientists' stories would have to compete for attention with other news stories on hard (e.g. politics) and entertaining (e.g. celebrity news) topics writ...

Effect of digital alteration information and disclaimer labels attached to fashion magazine advertisements on women's body dissatisfaction.

The present study aimed to investigate whether the provision of prior information about digital alteration would enhance the effectiveness of disclaimer labels attached to fashion images in protecting against body dissatisfaction. Participants were 363 female undergraduate students who viewed fashion magazine advertisements with either no label or a digital alteration disclaimer label. Prior to viewing the advertisements, participants read one of three news stories containing digital alteration information ...

The reach of commercially motivated junk news on Facebook.

Commercially motivated junk news-i.e. money-driven, highly shareable clickbait with low journalistic production standards-constitutes a vast and largely unexplored news media ecosystem. Using publicly available Facebook data, we compared the reach of junk news on Facebook pages in the Netherlands to the reach of Dutch mainstream news on Facebook. During the period 2013-2017 the total number of user interactions with junk news significantly exceeded that with mainstream news. Over 5 Million of the 10 Million...

RSEQ Awards 2019 / RSEQ Binational Awards 2019 / And also in the News.

The Top Health Care Stories of 2019: Society in Distress.

A year marked by upheaval and increasing social disparities.

The Top Health Care Stories of 2019: Cyberattacks and Hospital Data Security.

Responses to a growing threat fall short.

Annual skin check: examining the dermatology headlines of 2019.

As the calendar year comes to an end, this article reviews unique issues in dermatology that made the news in 2019: chemical sunscreen, the measles outbreak, drug approvals for pediatric dermatology and orphan diseases, and recalls of popular skin care products.

The Top Health Care Stories of 2019: A Changing Climate and the Elimination of Protections.

The health consequences could be significant and long lasting.

Reducing Digital Storytelling Implementation Barriers in Nursing Education Workshops.

Digital stories have the potential to transform health care systems by cultivating understanding and compassion; however, limited research explores the use of this innovative strategy in continuing education. This article describes how a collaborative partnership of an Academic Team and Translational Partners (n = 15) implemented a four-phase study that included a continuing education workshop with digital stories as the central strategy. The study's guiding questions focused on adapting approaches to creat...

The Top Health Care Stories of 2019: Women's Reproductive Health.

U.S. maternal mortality rate continues to rise; women's abortion rights are challenged.

Presbyopic Lenses: Evidence, Masquerade News, and Fake News.

Franz Joseph Gall came to Copenhagen, and for a brief moment the brain was the talk of the town.

When the inventor of phrenology, Franz Joseph Gall, came to Denmark in the fall of 1805, he was met with great enthusiasm and fascination among the general public, as well as within the scientific community. His visit was an event that was covered by the newspapers unlike any other scientific lecture. However, as soon as Gall left, public interest in phrenology almost instantaneously vanished. Different theories have been put forth in the attempt to answer the question as to why phrenology never found a aud...

The Relationship of the Terms Vape and E-Cigarette With Newspaper Content.

To conduct a content analysis of news articles to investigate the relationship between language used to describe e-cigarettes, how the news articles framed (conveyed information to influence a certain perception of the news read by its audience) e-cigarettes, and the Food and Drug Administration's (FDA's) oversight of e-cigarettes. We searched a database of articles published across the United States from February 1, 2016, to February 28, 2017, using the headline terms "e-cigarette," "e-cig," and "vape." We...

The Top Health Care Stories of 2019: A Sense of Urgency Heading into an Election Year.

Negative trends intensify for key measures of population health and access to care.

Meeting Report on "At the Roots of Bilaterian Complexity: Insights from Early Emerging Metazoans," Tutzing (Germany) September 16-19, 2019.

The use of children's stories in nursing care for the child: an integrative review.

To identify how children's stories can be used in child care.

'Locker room talk': male bonding and sexual degradation in drinking stories.

This paper explores alcohol-related sexual storytelling. In a qualitative study of more than 100 male participants in the night-time economy in Norway, many told animated and cheerful stories laced with erotic excitement. However, a minority of men also told sex stories characterised by aggressive, belittling and degrading language. We propose that this minority of men may employ such locker room talk to: (i) achieve male bonding and intimacy, (ii) explore ambiguous and confusing sexual experiences and/or (...

Amplifying the Voices of Indigenous Elders through Community Arts and Narrative Inquiry: Stories of Oppression, Psychosocial Suffering, and Survival.

Researchers and practitioners in community psychology have an important role to play in supporting decolonial work including promoting opportunities for reclamation, healing, and acknowledgment of history. In this article, we discuss research undertaken alongside a community arts and cultural development project that sought to support Aboriginal people in Western Australian to create an archive of their stories for current and future generations; stories that could serve as resources for healing, reclamatio...

Use of Social Media for Injury Prevention: An Integrative Review.

Traumatic injury is a substantial burden for public health. Injury prevention can reduce the risk of injury by promoting healthy behaviors. It is unknown whether injury prevention education shared on social media is effective at promoting behavior change to reduce injuries. The purpose of this integrative review is to identify the influence of social media in providing injury prevention education to the public. An integrative literature review was conducted. The following databases were searched: CINAHL, Pu...

News From the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research, October 2019.

News From the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research, August 2019.

News From the Foundation for Physical Therapy Research, November 2019.

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