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Health needs and priorities of Syrian refugees in camps and urban settings in Jordan: perspectives of refugees and health care providers.

The United Nations has declared the Syrian refugee crisis to be the biggest humanitarian emergency of our era. Neighbouring countries, such as Jordan, strain to meet the health needs of Syrian refugees in addition to their own citizens given limited resources.


Prevalence of latent tuberculosis infection in Syrian refugees to Canada.

Canada has accepted more than 25,000 Syrian refugees fearing persecution in their homeland. Canadian guidelines recommend screening recent refugees from high incidence countries for tuberculosis (TB) and latent TB infection (LTBI). The prevalence of TB in this population is unknown. A refugee clinic in Edmonton presented a unique opportunity to estimate prevalence of TB and LTBI in Syrian refugees arriving in Canada.

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Healthcare services for Syrian refugees in Jordan: a systematic review.

This review aims to explore the healthcare needs and access to healthcare services among Syrian refugees in Jordan. Furthermore, it identifies possible ways of responding to such needs within the framework of the structural challenges faced in this particular context.

The development of a new computer adaptive test to evaluate feelings of being trapped in caregivers of individuals with traumatic brain injury: TBI-CareQOL Feeling Trapped Item Bank.

To develop a new patient-reported outcome measure that captures feelings of being trapped that are commonly experienced by caregivers of individuals with traumatic brain injury (TBI).

Obstetric Outcomes among Syrian Refugees: A Comparative Study at a Tertiary Care Maternity Hospital in Turkey.

 The aim of this study was to analyze and compare obstetric and neonatal outcomes between Syrian refugees and ethnic Turkish women.

On the Move: The Commander IL-4 Leads the Cell Army in Collective Migration.

Burden of Cancer Among Syrian Refugees in Jordan.

The Syrian crisis, which started in 2011, has had a profound impact on the entire region. Jordan, with its limited resources, now has the second highest ratio of refugees to inhabitants in the world (89 to 1,000). The actual number of Syrians in Jordan is hotly contested: more than 630,776 refugees registered in November 2015 compared with 1,265,514 reported by the national census conducted at the same time. Although the numbers are slowly but steadily increasing, the number of patients with cancer who were...

Genomic Mapping of ST85 bla and bla producing Acinetobacter baumannii Isolates from Syrian Civil War Victims.

The rapid emergence of carbapenem resistant Acinetobacter baumannii is a global health concern. A comparative genomic analysis was performed on two ST85A. baumannii strains harboring bla and bla collected in Lebanon from Syrian Civil war victims.

Determinants of Mental Disorders in Syrian Refugees in Turkey Versus Internally Displaced Persons in Syria.

To compare frequencies of some mental health disorders between Syrian refugees living in Turkey and internally displaced persons in Syria, and to identify factors associated with posttraumatic stress disorder and major depressive disorder.

Part 1: Antimicrobial resistance in the context of the Syrian conflict: a summary and appraisal of existing evidence.

Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in populations experiencing war has yet to be addressed despite the abundance of contemporary conflicts and the protracted nature of twenty-first century wars, in combination with growing global concern over conflict-associated bacterial pathogens. We use the example of the Syrian conflict to explore the feasibility of using existing global policies on AMR in conditions of extreme conflict. Available literature on AMR and prescribing behaviour in Syria before and since the ons...

Human Neutrophil Alloantigen Genotype Frequencies Among Syrian Population.

Human neutrophil antigens (HNA) are able to provoke allo- and autoimmune antibodies which lead to reactions like autoimmune and neonatal neutropenia. However, until now no data about HNA genotype distribution in Syrian population exists. The aim of this study was to determine the HNA allele frequencies in the largest group asking for asylum in Germany since 2015. Allele frequencies were compared to data from German blood donors. Therefore, we calculated the risk of alloimmunization and associated transfusio...

How do Enzymes Orient when Trapped on Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) Surfaces?

Enzyme immobilization in Metal-Organic Frameworks (MOFs) offers retained enzyme integrity and activity, enhanced stability, and reduced leaching. Trapping enzymes on MOF surfaces would allow for catalysis involving large substrates. In both cases, the catalytic efficiency and selectivity depend not only on enzyme integrity/concentration but also orientation. However, it has been a challenge to determine the orientation of enzymes that are supported on solid matrices, which is even more challenging for enzym...

Comparative study of quality of life of elderly nursing home residents and those attneding a day Center.

The aim of this study was to compare the QOL of the elderly living in nursing homes and those who attend the Day Center (Centro Dia) at the the Asilo Vila Vicentina in the city of Bauru/SP. The sample consisted of 48 subjects, 21 men, 5 from the Day Center and 16 nursing home residents, and 27 women, 16 from the Day Center and 11 nursing homes residents, who answered the following questionnaires: socio-demographic characteristics, WHOQOL-Old, and WHOQOL-Bref. The responses were submitted to descriptive and ...

Differences in Self-Reported Health and Unmet Health Needs Between Government Assisted and Privately Sponsored Syrian Refugees: A Cross-Sectional Survey.

Between November 2015 and January 2017, the Government of Canada resettled over 40,000 Syrian refugees through different sponsorship programs (GAR and PSR). Timely access to healthcare is essential for good health and successful integration. However, refugee support differs depending on sponsorship program, which may lead to differences in healthcare service access and needs. A cross-sectional study with a sample of Syrian refugees was conducted to assess healthcare access, and perceived physical and mental...

Crystallographic and spectroscopic assignment of the proton transfer pathway in FeFe-hydrogenases.

The unmatched catalytic turnover rates of [FeFe]-hydrogenases require an exceptionally efficient proton-transfer (PT) pathway to shuttle protons as substrates or products between bulk water and catalytic center. For clostridial [FeFe]-hydrogenase CpI such a pathway has been proposed and analyzed, but mainly on a theoretical basis. Here, eleven enzyme variants of two different [FeFe]-hydrogenases (CpI and HydA1) with substitutions in the presumptive PT-pathway are examined kinetically, spectroscopically, and...

Tuberculosis, war, and refugees: Spotlight on the Syrian humanitarian crisis.

Temporary protection: its impact on healthcare for Syrian refugees in Turkey.

Quantum Dynamics of H_{2} Trapped within Organic Clathrate Cages.

The rotational and translational dynamics of molecular hydrogen trapped within β-hydroquinone clathrate (H_{2}@β-HQ)-a practical example of a quantum particle trapped within an anisotropic confining potential-were investigated using inelastic neutron scattering and Raman spectroscopy. High-resolution vibrational spectra, including those collected from the VISION spectrometer at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, indicate relatively strong attractive interaction between guest and host with a strikingly large s...

Regulatory focus, coping strategies and symptoms of anxiety and depression: A comparison between Syrian refugees in Turkey and Germany.

Civil war, flight, escape and expulsion are extremely stressful and assert a negative impact on refugees' mental health. However scientific research about resilience and coping of refugees is scarce. Especially in the recent refugee crisis, calls have been made to consider factors contributing to coping and resilience in this vulnerable population. Therefore, the current research sought to investigate individual differences that could serve as antecedents of coping and contextual factors that might moderate...

A novel allele for inducible Cre expression in germinal center B cells.

The germinal center reaction is essential for efficient humoral immunity, but it can also give rise to B cell lymphomas. Cre/loxP-mediated conditional gene knock-out or knock-in can be used for the genetic manipulation of germinal center B cells in vivo. Here we present a novel allele, Cγ1-CreERT2, that allows for timed activation of Cre recombinase in a small fraction of germinal center B cells. This allele will be useful to study normal and malignant germinal center B cell development in vivo. This artic...

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Psychiatric Co-morbidity among Syrian Refugees of Different Ages: the Role of Trauma Centrality.

It has been documented that trauma centrality is associated with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and psychiatric co-morbidity among Syrian refugees. Whether age would influence the levels of the above constructs and the association between trauma centrality and distress outcomes is unclear. This study compared age differences in 1) the levels of trauma centrality, posttraumatic stress disorder and psychiatric co-morbidity, and 2) models depicting the association between trauma centrality and distress o...

Humanitarian medical aid to the Syrian people: Ethical implications and dilemmas.

Medical professionals providing humanitarian aid in times of crisis face complicated ethical and clinical challenges. Today, humanitarian aid is given in accordance with existing guidelines developed by international humanitarian organizations and defined by international law. This paper considers the ethical aspects and frameworks of an atypical humanitarian project, namely one that provides medical support through an Israeli civilian hospital to Syrian Civil War casualties. We explore new ethical question...

Younger vampire bats (Desmodus rotundus) are more likely than adults to explore novel objects.

The effects of age on neophobia and exploration are best described in birds and primates, and broader comparisons require reports from other taxa. Here we present data showing age-dependent exploration in a long-lived social species, the common vampire bat (Desmodus rotundus). A previous study found that vampire bats regurgitated food to partners trapped in a cage. Interestingly, while only a few adult bats visited the trapped bat, in every trial all or most of the eight young males in the colony would visi...

Λ-Enhanced Imaging of Molecules in an Optical Trap.

We report on nondestructive imaging of optically trapped calcium monofluoride molecules using in situ Λ-enhanced gray molasses cooling. 200 times more fluorescence is obtained compared to destructive on-resonance imaging, and the trapped molecules remain at a temperature of 20  μK. The achieved number of scattered photons makes possible nondestructive single-shot detection of single molecules with high fidelity.


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