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Ireland launches new oral health policy.


The Inviolability of Individual Civil Rights: Lessons from the National Socialist Past of German Public Health - Speech of the 2018 Winner of the Johann-Peter-Frank Prize.

The speech deals with the role of the German Public Health Service during the period of national socialism and some resulting consequences for the present public health activities in Germany.

Recently, health insurance claims have regained the attention of the scientific community as a source of real-world evidence in health care research and quality improvement. To date, very few studies are available which investigate the validity of health insurance claims; these may be affected by bias from several sources, such as possible upcoding of co-morbidities and complications for reimbursement advantages. The IDOMENEO study investigates the inpatient treatment of peripheral arterial disease (PAD) co...


Dietary Manganese Exposure in the Adult Population in Germany - What Does it Mean in Relation to Health Risks?

Manganese is both an essential nutrient and a potential neurotoxicant. Therefore, the question arises whether the dietary manganese intake in the German population is on the low or high side. Results from a pilot total diet study in Germany presented here reveal that the average dietary manganese intake in the general population in Germany aged 14 to 80 years is about 2.8 mg/day for a person of 70 kg body weight. This exposure level is within the intake range of 2 - 5 mg per person and day as recommended ...

DNVF-Memorandum III - Methods for Health Services Research, Part 4 - Concept and Methods for Organizational Health Services Research: Short Version.

Organizational health services research in Germany is of increasing relevance. Based on the guide on methods for organizational health services research of the Memorandum III, part 1 from the year 2009, the fundamentals and standards have now been refined. The memorandum captures the theoretical framework, basic methodological approaches and methods in health services research for the design, evaluation and implementation of complex interventions in healthcare organizations.

Concept to gain trust for a German Personal Health Record system using Public Cloud and FHIR.

Although a national Personal Health Record (PHR) infrastructure was supposed to have been introduced in Germany by law in 2006 and different providers are entering the market, no system has yet been widely adopted in Germany. There is also little information available on how current technical advancements affect German patients' and physicians' trust in PHR systems.

Systematic evaluation of written health information on PSA based screening in Germany.

Prostate-specific antigen (PSA) based screening for early detection of prostate cancer is common although it is associated with both benefits and potential harms (e.g., the risk of overdiagnosis). Evidence-based health information could help individuals make informed decisions about whether to undergo PSA testing or not. This evaluation aimed to determine whether the written health information materials available in Germany provide appropriate information for informed decision-making on PSA based screening.

Home Mechanical Ventilation in Germany.

 HMV has become a well-established treatment option in Germany. However, during the last decade the number of patients established on HMV is exploding, and this has reached economical and ethical limits. Consequently, a discussion within the health policy concerning this issue is urgently needed.

Study Designs for Effect Evaluation in Disease Prevention and Health Promotion - Meaning of Internal and External Validity in Intervention Studies.

Health promotion and disease prevention in Germany have become more important as a result of the Prevention Act that gives special attention to the setting. So far, however, there is neither a common understanding of the terms of this approach, nor are its potentials empirically derived. Therefore, a discussion about suitable evaluation and study concepts is required.

Ambulant health care utilisation among children of childhood cancer survivors in Germany.

Within the framework of a questionnaire-based health survey in Germany, we examined ambulant health care utilisation among childhood cancer survivors' offspring compared to utilisation among children of the general population.

BDA launches updated tool for special care and paediatric dentistry.

Periop Briefing launches two new article series based on reader feedback.

General practitioners' concepts on issuing out-of-pocket prescriptions for hypnotics and sedatives in Germany.

In Germany, almost 50% of prescriptions for benzodiazepines and drugs as Zolpidem and Zopiclone are as out-of-pocket (OOP) prescriptions-requiring patients to buy the drug at their own expense-although almost 90% of the population has statutory health insurance covering medication costs.

Global medical device company launches new iTero element 5D imaging system.

DNVF-Memorandum III - Methods For Health Services Research, Part 4 - Concept and Methods For Organizational Health Services Research. Chapter 1 - Definition and Concept of Organizational Health Services Research.

Organizational health services research is still a relatively young field of research in Germany which is of increasing interest. The German Network Health Services Research e.V. (DNVF e.V.) published in 2009 - supported by expert associations and individual members of the DNVF - a guide on "Methods for organizational health services research" of the Memorandum III, part 1[1]. Originating from this publication and facilitated by the increasing relevance of the field, a necessity to refine the conceptual and...

Learning from Mistakes using a Case-based Curriculum in Medical Education for Health Systems/health Economics and Public Health Care.

There are hardly any concepts on how to impart knowledge about the own health system to students and to clarify the importance and practical relevance of the topic. The case-based approach and the errors described therein should highlight the relevance of the topic to the medical profession.

Perceived discrimination and risk of preterm birth among Turkish immigrant women in Germany.

Health disparities, including adverse birth outcomes, exist between Turkish immigrants and the autochthonous population in Germany. The state of research on the risk of preterm birth (PTB, defined as

Health Expertise of Seasonal Influenza Vaccination among Midwife Trainees in North Rhine-Westphalia: Results of a Cross-Sectional Study.

For the first time, the level of knowledge and attitude towards vaccinations in general as well as seasonal influenza vaccination of midwife trainees in Germany was assessed.

Rational Use of Antibiotics Among Turkish Migrants In Germany: Knowledge, Attitudes and Interaction With Physicians and Pharmacists.

Due to strong transnational ties, the use of and demand for antibiotics among Turkish migrants in Germany may be influenced by cultural aspects of antibiotic use in Turkey. Research on the use of antibiotics among Turkish migrants in Germany, however, is scarce. The aim of this study was to find out how Turkish migrants in Germany use antibiotics, whether and how knowledge, underlying motives and attitudes influence demand and how Turkish migrants interact with medical professionals.

Living with advanced cancer: Rich Pictures as a means for health care providers to explore the experiences of advanced cancer patients.

To provide holistic care to patients with advanced cancer, health care professionals need to gain insight in patients' experiences across the different domains of health. However, describing such complex experiences verbally may be difficult for patients. The use of a visual tool, such as Rich Pictures (RPs) could be helpful. We explore the use of RPs to gain insight in the experiences of patients with advanced cancer.

Structural insight into the fungal β-glucosidases and their interactions with organics.

Fungal β-glucosidases (BGLs) have unceasingly utilized for industrial applications and recently, they possess a crucial role in bioethanol production. To engineer the BGLs, understanding their structures, intermolecular interactions and molecular docking is requisite, which is carried out in this work based on the glycosyl hydrolase (GH) family. Among 12 BGLs, protein sequence, structure, and conserved sites of GH1 BGLs are evidently diverged to GH3 BGLs. Even biophysical and chemical features of GH1 BGLs ...

Obesity stigma in Germany and the United States - Results of population surveys.

Over the past decades, obesity stigma has become a substantial public health issue as studies have highlighted its negative consequences for mental and physical health. However, comparative studies are scarce. In this cross-national study, we focus on the following research questions: (1) Are there differences in the magnitude of public obesity stigma between Germany and the United States (US), and (2) are there differences in the associations of sociodemographic as well as experience (i.e. former obesity e...

Work Ability and Health Promotion Offers needed by Healthcare Personnel in Germany: Results of an Expert Survey.

The burden on nursing staff in Germany is continuously increasing. Specific health promotion programs can help to reduce this burden. To develop such programs, the concrete needs of nurses for instructions and training have to be determined. The aim of the project "PFLEGEprevent" (funded by the Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Gesundheit und Pflege) is to develop a prevention program that focuses on the special needs of the nursing staff. The project is structured in four subprojects: (1) identification o...

DNVF-Memorandum III - Methods for Health Services Research, Part 4 - Concept and Methods for Organizational Health Services Research. Chapter 2 - Methodological Approaches for Organizational Health Services Research: Measures, Data Sources, Data Collection and Data Analysis.

Organizational health services research is still a relatively young field of research in Germany which is of increasing interest. The German Network Health Services Research e.V. (DNVF e.V.) published in 2009 - supported by expert associations and individual members of the DNVF - a guide on "Methods for organizational health services research" of the Memorandum III, part 1 1. Originating from this publication and facilitated by the increasing relevance of the field, a necessity to refine the conceptual and ...

Work stress among older employees in Germany: Effects on health and retirement age.

Policy makers in aging societies aim for the extension of work lives by increasing the official retirement age. Despite these efforts, many people stop working before reaching this retirement age. The main reason for early retirement is poor health. Health in turn is influenced by exposure to the work environment. Furthermore, health and work stress are influenced by education, which may lead to different effects for the lowly and the highly educated.


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