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Service user involvement in global mental health: what have we learned from recent research in low and middle-income countries?

The Lancet Commission on global mental health and sustainable development claims the field of global mental health is undergoing a 'transformational shift' toward an ethic of 'nothing about us without us'. Yet a systematic review published in 2016 identified few examples of meaningful participation by service users in mental health systems strengthening in low and middle-income countries (LMICs). To investigate whether this is still the case, we conducted a rapid review of primary research published between...


Patient versus proxy response on global health scales: no meaningful DIFference.

Assessment of outcomes from a proxy is often substituted for the patient's self-report when the patient is unable or unwilling to report their status. Research has indicated that proxies over-report symptoms on the patient's behalf. This study aimed to quantify the extent of proxy-introduced bias on the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System Global Health (PROMIS GH) scale for mental (GMH) and physical (GPH) scores.

A Review of the Literature on the Global Epidemiology of Corneal Blindness.

This study seeks to review published research on the global epidemiology of corneal blindness, with a specific focus on the available published estimates of incidence, prevalence, and trends in incidence or prevalence, as well as the contribution of corneal causes to overall burden of blindness.


Genome-Wide CRISPR Screening Identifies the Tumor Suppressor Candidate OVCA2 As a Determinant of Tolerance to Acetaldehyde.

Acetaldehyde, a metabolite of ethanol, is a cellular toxicant and a human carcinogen. A genome-wide CRISPR-based loss-of-function screen in erythroleukemic K562 cells revealed candidate genetic contributors affecting acetaldehyde cytotoxicity. Secondary screening exposing cells to a lower acetaldehyde dose simultaneously validated multiple candidate genes whose loss results in increased sensitivity to acetaldehyde. Disruption of genes encoding components of various DNA repair pathways increased cellular sen...

Effects of acute ethanol administration on brain oxidative status: the role of acetaldehyde.

Ethanol, one of the most widely consumed substances of abuse, can induce brain damage and neurodegeneration. Ethanol is centrally metabolized into acetaldehyde, which has been shown to be responsible for some of the neurophysiological and cellular effects of ethanol. Although some of the consequences of chronic ethanol administration on cell oxidative status have been described, the mechanisms by which acute ethanol administration affects the brain's cellular oxidative status and the role of acetaldehyde re...

Relationship between acetaldehyde concentration in mouth air and characteristics of microbiota of tongue dorsum in Japanese healthy adults: a cross-sectional study.

Acetaldehyde, associated with consumption of alcoholic beverages, is known to be a carcinogen and to be related to the tongue dorsum. The aim of this study was to investigate the relationship between acetaldehyde concentration in mouth air and bacterial characteristics on the tongue dorsum.

Global burden of intellectual disability resulting from dietary exposure to lead, 2015.

Lead is a ubiquitous dietary contaminant that occurs in food because of natural and anthropogenic sources and pathways of exposure. Lead adversely affects a number of tissues and organ systems and the severity of effect on each is dependent on the level and duration of exposure. The most sensitive and notable effects are those that occur on the nervous system. This is particularly the case in the exposure to the fetus, infant and child. Infants and children generally have higher lead exposures on a body wei...

Global, Regional, National, and Subnational Big Data to Inform Health Equity Research: Perspectives from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017.

Everyone deserves a long and healthy life, but in reality, health outcomes differ across populations. We use results from the Global Burden of Disease Study 2017 (GBD 2017) to report patterns in the burden of diseases, injuries, and risks at the global, regional, national, and subnational level, and by sociodemographic index (SDI), from 1990 to 2017.

Mechanism of ozonation enhanced formation of haloacetaldehydes during subsequent chlorination.

Haloacetaldehydes (HAs) are the third prevalent group of disinfection by-products of great health concern. A bench-scale study was performed to investigate the formation and speciation of HAs in raw and treated waters after chlorination and ozonation-chlorination. Pre-ozonation resulted in enhanced HA formation during subsequent chlorination, and the HA yields from ozonation-chlorination were 1.66 and 1.63 times higher than that from chlorination of raw and treated waters. The mechanism about the increase o...

Protective Effects of Facilitated Removal of Blood Alcohol and Acetaldehyde against Liver Injury in Animal Models Fed Alcohol and Anti-HIV Drugs.

We previously developed enzyme nanoparticles (ENP) of alcohol metabolism. This study was to evaluate protective effects of facilitated removal of blood alcohol and/or acetaldehyde on anti-HIV drugs and alcohol-induced liver injuries.

Molecular docking explores heightened immunogenicity and structural dynamics of acetaldehyde human immunoglobulin G adduct.

Acetaldehyde is a metabolite of ethanol, an important constituent of tobacco pyrolysis and the aldehydic product of lipid peroxidation. Acetaldehyde induced toxicity is mainly due to its binding to cellular macromolecules resulting in the formation of stable adducts accompanied by oxidative stress. The aim of this study was to characterize structural and immunological alterations in human immunoglobulin G (IgG) modified with acetaldehyde in the presence of sodium borohydride, a reducing agent. The IgG modif...

The Why, Where, Who, How, and What of the vesicular delivery systems.

Though vesicular delivery systems have been widely explored and reviewed, no comprehensive review exists that covers their development from the inception of the concept to its culmination in the form of regulated marketed formulations. With the advancement of scientific research in the field of nanomedicine, certain category of vesicular delivery systems have successfully reached the global market. Despite extensive research and highly encouraging results in a plethora of pathological conditions in the prec...

Poisoning associated with the use of mushrooms: A review of the global pattern and main characteristics.

Worldwide, special attention has been paid to wild mushrooms-induced poisoning. This review article provides a report on the global pattern and characteristics of mushroom poisoning and identifies the magnitude of mortality induced by mushroom poisoning. In this work, reasons underlying mushrooms-induced poisoning, and contamination of edible mushrooms by heavy metals and radionuclides, are provided. Moreover, a perspective of factors affecting the clinical signs of such toxicities (e.g. consumed species, t...

Industrial biowastes treatment using membrane bioreactors (MBRs) -a scientometric study.

In the current global situation, the release of large amounts of potential effluents into the environment is considered as one of the most important and challenging issues. Innovations in the treatment methods to deal with this problem are among the research priorities within the scientific communities. Even though innumerable methods including physicochemical and biological have been used, yet no proper sustainability of the methods have been introduced. Membrane bioreactors (MBRs) have gained world-wide a...

Do No Harm: The Urgent Need to Reform Short-Term Global Health Experiences.

This is a review of an article by Virginia Rowthorn et al. that will be published in AOGH.

Author misrepresentation of institutional affiliations: protocol for an exploratory case study.

University ranking systems and the publish-or-perish dictum, among other factors, are driving universities and researchers around the world to increase their research productivity. Authors frequently report multiple affiliations in published articles. It is not known if the reported institutional affiliations are real affiliations, which is when the universities have contributed substantially to the research conducted and to the published manuscript. This study aims to establish whether there is an empirica...

Predictors of Citations in Neurosurgical Research.

The number of citations an article receives is an important measure of impact for published research. There is limited published data on predictors of citations in neurosurgery research.

The future of activity space and health research.

We discuss the future of activity space and health research in the context of a recently published systematic review. Our discussion outlines a number of elements for reflection among the research community. We need to think beyond activity space and reconceptualize exposure in era of high volume, high precision location data. We need to develop standardized methods for understanding global positioning system data. We must adopt replicable scientific computing processes and machine learning models. Finally,...

Next Generation of Global Surgeons: Aligning Interest With Early Access to Global Surgery Education.

Although interest in global surgery is increasing among medical students, several questions remain unanswered such as: the association of demographics with said interest, the extent that global surgical burden education has been integrated into medical education, and the availability of global surgery electives. This study aimed to assess the current state of global surgery education in the United States (U.S.) to support recommendations for future curriculum development.

Improving the Rate of Translation of Tissue Engineering Products.

Over 100 000 research articles and 9000 patents have been published on tissue engineering (TE) in the past 20 years. Yet, very few TE products have made their way to the market during the same period. Experts have proposed a variety of strategies to address the lack of translation of TE products. However, since these proposals are guided by qualitative insights, they are limited in scope and impact. Machine learning is utilized in the current study to analyze the entire body of patents that have been publis...

Worldwide literature on epidemiology of human alveolar echinococcosis: a systematic review of research published in the twenty-first century.

Human alveolar echinococcosis (AE) is a potentially lethal zoonosis caused by the cestode Echinococcus multilocularis. The aim of this systematic review is to establish a comprehensive global AE literature overview taking into account the epidemiologically relevant AE research of the twenty-first century.

Toward the protection of bees and pollination under global change: present and future perspectives in a challenging applied science.

Over the past 30 years (1987-2016), bibliometric data have shown a drastic change in the scientific investigation of threats to bee populations. Bee research efforts committed to studying bioagressors of honeybees (mainly Varroa sp.) were predominant, but now appear to be shifting from bioagressors to global change in the published literature. This rise of global change science reveals prevailing topics, for current and future years: climate change, landscape alteration, agricultural intensification and inv...

Public Health and Epidemiology Informatics: Can Artificial Intelligence Help Future Global Challenges? An Overview of Antimicrobial Resistance and Impact of Climate Change in Disease Epidemiology.

To provide an oveiview of the current application of artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of public health and epidemiology, with a special focus on antimicrobial resistance and the impact of climate change in disease epidemiology. Both topics are of vital importance and were included in the "Ten threats to global health in 2019" report published by the World Health Organization.

What is of interest in Endodontology? A bibliometric review of research published in the International Endodontic Journal and the Journal of Endodontics from 1980 to 2019.

To report the most common terminology used in titles of scientific papers published in the International Endodontic Journal (IEJ) and Journal of Endodontics (JOE) between 1980-2019 and to identify the most cited papers in these journals.

Thinking Together.

Over email a few days after the death of Daniel Callahan, cofounder of The Hastings Center and for many years its director and then president, Joseph Fins, a longtime Hastings colleague, offered this comfort: "[H]enceforth every issue of the Report is a living memorial to Dan the writer, editor, and institution builder." In the Hastings Center Report's first issue, published in June 1971, Dan stated, "To say that [the work of the Report] must be multi-disciplinary is only to say the issues [it will address]...


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