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Financial Burdens of Cancer Treatment: A Systematic Review of Risk Factors and Outcomes.

Patients with cancer experience financial toxicity from the costs of treatment, as well as material and psychologic stress related to this burden. A synthesized understanding of predictors and outcomes of the financial burdens associated with cancer care is needed to underpin strategic responses in oncology care. This study systematically reviewed risk factors and outcomes associated with financial burdens related to cancer treatment.


The Requirements of Strategic Purchasing of Health Services for Cancer Patients: A Qualitative Study in Iran.

Strategic purchasing creates dynamics and providers' competitiveness among the internal market of the governmental sector by ensuring appropriate payments and promoting quantity-quality of service delivery that lead to improve the health system efficiency. This study aimed to determine the requirements for the strategic purchasing of health services for cancer patients in Iran. As a qualitative research with a framework analysis, this study was conducted in Iran from July 2018 to February 2019. The particip...

Multifractal analysis of financial markets: a review.

Multifractality is ubiquitously observed in complex natural and socioeconomic systems. Multifractal analysis provides powerful tools to understand the complex nonlinear nature of time series in diverse fields. Inspired by its striking analogy with hydrodynamic turbulence, from which the idea of multifractality originated, multifractal analysis of financial markets has bloomed, forming one of the main directions of econophysics. We review the multifractal analysis methods and multifractal models adopted in o...


Psychological factors associated with financial hardship and mental health: A systematic review.

A review of the literature investigating the role of psychological factors in the relationship between financial hardship and mental health was completed. The review sought to identify which factors have been most consistently and reliably indicated, and the mechanisms by which these factors are proposed to contribute to the association between hardship and mental health. Although the review identified that a broad variety of factors have been investigated, skills related to personal agency, self-esteem and...

Collectivism-individualism: Strategic behavior in tacit coordination games.

The effect of culture on strategic interaction has been widely explored. However, the effect of the cultural background on focal point selection in tacit coordination games has not yet been examined. To accomplish this goal, in this study we have focused on the individual level of analysis. That is, we constructed a strategic profile to model the behavior of each individual player and then used unsupervised learning methods on the individual data points. We have chosen to examine two groups of participants,...

"Aftermath": Financial Resource Requirements of Young Adults Moving Forward After Cancer Treatment.

Young adults (YAs) are at greater risk for cancer-related financial toxicity than other age groups. They are simultaneously dealing with cancer and normative developmental tasks (establishing independence, completing education, and beginning careers) and may go without needed medications, follow-up, and even food or housing because of cancer-related financial toxicity. This study explored the financial resources required for YAs to move forward after cancer treatment. To identify and describe the financial...

Financial Toxicity: A Review of the Literature and Nursing Opportunities.

Studies have demonstrated the negative effects of the costs of cancer care on the health and well-being of patients with cancer. Nurses require knowledge of the risk factors, experiences, and outcomes associated with financial toxicity prior to designing evidence-based studies and protocols to address financial toxicity.

Global prevalence and incidence of pressure injuries in hospitalised adult patients: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Pressure injuries are frequently occurred adverse events in hospitals, affecting the well-being of patients and causing considerable financial burden to healthcare systems. However, the estimates of prevalence, incidence and hospital-acquired rate of pressure injury in hospitalised patients vary considerably in relevant published studies.

Mortality in acromegaly decreased in the last decade: a systematic review and meta-analysis Letter to Editor.

Based on the erratum published in February 2019 issue of the European Journal of Endocrinology by Esposito et al, we have decided to update the meta-analyses of our systematic review published last year, in which the above mentioned study was included. The corrected data have not changed our conclusions. We reaffirm that in comparison with studies published before 2008, standardized mortality rate (SMR) in acromegaly decreased in the last decade, probably due to the most frequent use of somatostatin analogs...

Context Matters: Financial, Psychological, and Relationship Insecurity Around Personal Finance Is Associated With Financial Exploitation.

Context can influence or overwhelm the intellectual and cognitive aspects of financial decision making but has only recently received increased attention. The construct validity of conceptual subscales from a financial decision-making scale was examined in the context of their relationship to financial exploitation.

Risk of malignancy in the various categories of the UK Royal College of Pathologists Thy terminology for thyroid FNA cytology: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

The UK Royal College of Pathologists Thy terminology for reporting thyroid fine-needle aspiration cytology (FNAC), first published in 2009 is used throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, in some parts of Italy and Switzerland and elsewhere. There is no review of the literature or meta-analysis of the risk of malignancy (ROM) in the various categories of the UK Thy terminology. The goal of this study was to establish the published ROM for each Thy category and compare the results with other existing termi...

Physician preferences for working in deprived areas: a systematic review of discrete choice experiment.

Physician shortages in rural areas is a universal concern, and most countries face this challenge. Many attributes influence the physician preferences about the choice of working location. The aim of this systematic review was to investigate which attributes were included in discrete choice experiment studies and which of them valued the most by physicians. The following databases were searched: PubMed, Embase, and Web of Science Core Collection. Further studies were retrieved from reference lists of inclu...

Hot off the Press: The Effect of Financial Incentives on Patient Decisions to Undergo Low-Value Head CT Scans.

Overuse of diagnostic imaging in low risk scenarios subjects patients to unnecessary harms and is associated with significant avoidable costs. We discuss a study by Iyengar et al published in Academic Emergency Medicine, September 2019, looking at whether risks, benefits, and financial incentives influence patient decisions around low risk testing. We provide critical analysis of the article, and summarize the social media discussion and feedback of a podcast in which the authors discuss their work.

Technology Use in Everyday Financial Activities: Evidence from Online and Offline Survey Data.

Internet use and mobile devices permeate every aspect of our lives and are changing our financial habits. Assessment of financial decision-making (FDM) has not yet caught up to apparent changes in financial behavior. To modernize assessment methods and create current and comprehensive FDM frameworks, we first need to establish the most commonly used and most preferred methods of performing specific financial activities.

Why do football clubs fail financially? A financial distress prediction model for European professional football industry.

The study of financial distress has been the focus of financial research in recent decades and has led to the development of models for predicting financial distress that help assess the financial situation and the risks faced by companies. These models have focused exclusively on industrial and financial companies. However, a specific model that reflects the special characteristics of the football industry has not yet been created. Since recently the governing bodies of the football industry have increased...

Financial-patrimonial elder abuse: an integrative review.

to analyze the available evidence in the nursing literature about financial-patrimonial elder abuse.

Comments on the published systematic review and meta-analysis on the increasing antibiotic resistance in Clostridioides difficile.

Ambient air pollution and diabetes: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Air pollutants are suggested to be related to type 2 diabetes (T2D). Since several high quality papers on air pollutants and T2D have been published beyond the last reviews, an extended systematic review is highly warranted. We review epidemiological studies to quantify the association between air pollutants and T2D, and to answer if diabetes patients are more vulnerable to air pollutants.

Diagnostic performance of diffusion and perfusion MRI in differentiating high from low-grade meningiomas: A systematic review and meta-analysis: Diagnostic performance of diffusion and perfusion MRI in differentiating High from low-grade meningiomas: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

The purpose of the present meta-analysis and systematic review was to evaluate the currently published data on the potential role of perfusion (PWI) and diffusion (DWI) weighted imaging for the assessment of meningioma grade.

Bioleaching for resource recovery from low-grade wastes like fly and bottom ashes from municipal incinerators: A SWOT analysis.

Bioleaching (or microbial leaching) is a biohydrometallurgical technology that can be applied for metal recovery from anthropogenic waste streams. In particular, fly ashes and bottom ashes of municipal solid waste incineration (MSWI) can be used as a target material for biomining. Globally, approximately 46 million tonnes of MSWI ashes are produced annually. Currently landfilled or used as aggregate, these contain large amounts of marketable metals, equivalent to low-grade ores. There is opportunity to reco...

Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Keratoconus: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

Despite the increasing number of studies focused on the association between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) and keratoconus (KC), to date, no comprehensive meta-analysis or systematic review was published.

Response to 'Comments on the published systematic review and meta-analysis on the increasing antibiotic resistance in Clostridioides difficile' by Kouhsari et al.

Understanding breast cancer survivors' financial burden and distress after financial assistance.

Little is known about how breast cancer may impact survivors' financial well-being. This study aims to investigate the financial status, burden, and opinions of breast cancer survivors who received short-term financial assistance, emotional support, and resource navigation from a community organization during treatment.

MALONDIALDEHYDE LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.

The role of blood malondialdehyde (MDA) in age-related macular degeneration (AMD), the leading cause of new blindness in industrialized countries, is still matter of debate. We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis of the published data on the MDA levels in AMD patients.

Cochrane Review Summaries-January 2020.

With this issue, the journal launches a new feature titled "Cochrane Review Summaries." This feature highlights recently published Cochrane Reviews of interest to the readers of Obstetrics & Gynecology. The brief summaries are published below, and the complete references, with hyperlinks to the full Cochrane Review, are listed in Box 1.


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