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Trends associated with debt loads among oral and maxillofacial surgery chief residents.

This survey-based study was undertaken to investigate how total debt loads are impacting the personal and professional decisions made by graduating oral and maxillofacial surgery (OMS) residents. The aim of this study was to evaluate differences in total debt load on graduating residents and analyze the effects of this debt on career, family, and lifestyle choices after graduation.


Sleep debt: the impact of weekday sleep deprivation on cardiovascular health in older women.

Short sleep duration is associated with increased cardiovascular disease (CVD) risk. However, it is uncertain whether sleep debt, a measure of sleep deficiency during the week compared to the weekend, confers increased cardiovascular risk. Because sleep disturbances increase with age particularly in women, we examined the relationship between sleep debt and ideal cardiovascular health (ICH) in older women.

The Malaysian community's acceptance and willingness to pay for a National Health Financing Scheme.

Currently, Malaysia faces great challenges in allocating adequate resources for healthcare services using a tax-based system. Therefore, Malaysia has no choice but to reform its healthcare financing system. The objective of this study is to assess Malaysian household willingness to pay and acceptance levels to the proposed National Health Financing Scheme.


Hardship financing of out-of-pocket payments in the context of free healthcare in Zambia.

Despite the removal of user fees on public primary healthcare in Zambia, prior studies suggest that out-of-pocket payments are still significant. However, we have little understanding of the extent to which out-of-pocket payments lead patients to hardship methods of financing out-of-pocket costs. This study analyses the prevalence and determinants of hardship financing arising from out-of-pocket payments in healthcare, using data from a nationally-representative household health expenditure survey conducted...

Employment, starting salaries, and educational indebtedness of year-2018 graduates of US veterinary medical colleges.

Mean full-time starting salary among all types of employers combined (private, public, or corporate practice and advanced education programs) was $65,896 in 2018. Excluding salaries for graduates pursuing advanced education, the mean full-time starting salary was $82,425. Mean educational debt accumulated during veterinary school for all respondents (n = 2,758) in 2018 was $152,358 (median, $159,000). Mean educational debt among the 82.7% of respondents who had debt (n = 2,280) was $183,014 in 2018, an incr...

Health Financing Reforms for Moving towards Universal Health Coverage in the Western Pacific Region.

This article provides an overview of health financing reforms across countries in the Western Pacific Region as progress is made toward universal health coverage (UHC). Moving toward UHC requires a strong health system with sustainable financing, which countries strive to achieve through various approaches appropriate to their country contexts. Great efforts have been made by financing reforms through resource mobilization, risk pooling, resource allocation, and strategic purchasing. Overall governance of h...

Water quality improvements offset the climatic debt for stream macroinvertebrates over twenty years.

Many species are accumulating climatic debt as they fail to keep pace with increasing global temperatures. In theory, concomitant decreases in other stressors (e.g. pollution, fragmentation) could offset some warming effects, paying climatic debt with accrued environmental credit. This process may be occurring in many western European rivers. We fit a Markov chain model to ~20,000 macroinvertebrate samples from England and Wales, and demonstrate that despite large temperature increases 1991-2011, macroinver...

Sleepless in Beirut: sleep duration and associated subjective sleep insufficiency, daytime fatigue, and sleep debt in an urban environment.

Insufficient sleep is not well studied in developing countries. We assessed sleep duration among adults in Lebanon and examined its potential predictors and relationship with subjective sleep insufficiency, daytime fatigue, and weekday sleep debt.

The Financial Life of Aspiring Veterinarians.

The stress of veterinary students ranges from the financial stress associated with high student loan debt combined with possible credit card debt, to relational stress due to lack of time to commit to social activities, to uncertainty regarding the ability to perform at the highest level. While this study considers a multifaceted approach to veterinary student stress and ultimate depressive symptoms, the focus is on the financial stress. A common strategy for reducing debt is to increase financial literacy....

Health financing in fragile and conflict-affected settings: What do we know, seven years on?

Over the last few years, there has been growing attention to health systems research in fragile and conflict-affected setting (FCAS) from both researchers and donors. In 2012, an exploratory literature review was conducted to analyse the main themes and findings of recent literature focusing on health financing in FCAS. Seven years later, this paper presents an update of that review, reflecting on what has changed in terms of the knowledge base, and what are the on-going gaps and new challenges in our under...

Intra-horizon differentiation of the bacterial community and its co-occurrence network in a typical Plinthic horizon.

Subsurface soil bacterial community composition and the controlling factors remain largely unknown, especially the micro-zone differentiation of community composition within a horizon. We studied a plinthic horizon to determine how different micro-zones in a horizon affect the bacterial community. The plinthic horizon is a net-like horizon characterized by the segregation of iron forms as shown by contrasting red matrix and white veins, which share common macro-environmental conditions such as climate and l...

Surviving orthodontic graduate debt: .

Monetary pitfalls and traps await unwary residents upon graduation. The path to a financially satisfying personal and professional life is obtainable despite high student loan debt and limited income. Career and personal finance issues, student loan options, tax avoidance, bank lending policies, and practice purchases are reviewed. Career options of public service, salaried employee, per diem employee, and private practice ownership are compared in personal financial outcomes, taxation, and retirement conse...

Factors Affecting Specialty Choice Among Doctors Who Received Tuition Scholarships.

The United States is projected to have a shortage of up to 46,000 primary care physicians by 2025. In many cases, medical students appear to select other specialties for financial reasons, including educational debt. Physicians who were part of two BS/MD programs and received full tuition and fee scholarships for college and medical school were surveyed to examine factors that may have impacted their specialty choice. This population of US students was selected because they do not have educational debt, so ...

Political Economy Analysis for Health Financing Reform.

Health financing reform is an inherently political process that alters the distribution of entitlements, responsibilities and resources across the health sector and beyond. As a result, changes in health financing policy affect a range of stakeholders and institutions in ways that can create political obstacles and tensions. As countries pursue health financing policies that support progress towards Universal Health Coverage, the analysis and management of these political concerns must be incorporated in re...

Coming Full Circle: How Health Worker Motivation and Performance in Results-Based Financing Arrangements Hinges on Strong and Adaptive Health Systems.

This paper presents findings from a study which sought to understand why health workers working under the results-based financing (RBF) arrangements in Zimbabwe reported being satisfied with the improvements in working conditions and compensation, but paradoxically reported lower motivation levels compared to those not working under RBF arrangements.

Re: Death or Debt? National Estimates of Financial Toxicity in Persons with Newly-Diagnosed Cancer.

Phenotyping neurons activated in the mouse brain during restoration of salt debt.

Salt overconsumption contributes to hypertension, which is a major risk factor for stroke, heart and kidney disease. Characterising neuronal pathways that may control salt consumption is therefore important for developing novel approaches for reducing salt overconsumption. Here, we identify neurons within the mouse central amygdala (CeA), lateral parabrachial nucleus (LPBN), intermediate nucleus of the solitary tract (iNTS), and caudal NTS (cNTS) that are activated and display Fos immunoreactivity in mice t...

CEO traits, dynamic compensation and capital structure.

This paper studies the impact of managerial traits, i.e. optimism, confidence and risk aversion, on capital structure using a principle-agent framework. We discover that optimistic manager perceives equity as more undervalued than debt, while, confident manager perceives debt as more undervalued than equity. We also find that there exists the level of risk aversion eliminating the impact of optimism and confidence on the leverage. Furthermore, in contrast to rational manager, the optimistic/confident manger...

Results from the United States cohort of the HORIZON trial of a Schlemm canal microstent to reduce intraocular pressure in primary open-angle glaucoma.

To assess the safety and effectiveness of Schlemm canal stenting for reducing intraocular pressure (IOP) in combination with cataract surgery in the United States cohort of the HORIZON study.

Political Economy of Reform under US Federalism: Adopting Single-Payer Health Coverage in New York State.

The US remains the only high-income country that lacks a universal health financing system and instead relies on a fragmented system with the largest segment of the population receiving health insurance through private, voluntary employer-sponsored health insurance plans. While not "universal" in the sense of being mandatory and tax-financed, through a series of reforms, the US has managed to provide some form of health insurance coverage to 90% of the population. Yet, the high cost of this system, the insu...

Realizing the Value of Community Health Workers - New Opportunities for Sustainable Financing.

Demand-side financing in the form of baby packages in Northern Mozambique: Results from an observational study.

The Maternal Mortality Ratio in Mozambique has stagnated at 405 deaths per 100,000 live births with virtually no progress over the last 15 years. Low Institutional Birth Rates (IBRs) levelling around 50% in many rural areas constitute one of the contributing reasons. Demand-side financing has successfully increased usage of maternal health services in other countries, but little information exists on in-kind incentives in rural Africa. The objective was to test the impact on Institutional Birth Rates of giv...

On the Horizon of Aging and Physical Activity Research.

This viewpoint is the result of a Horizon Round Table discussion of Exercise and Aging held during the 2017 Saltin International Graduate School in Exercise and Clinical Physiology in Gatineau, Quebec. This expert panel discussed key issues and approaches to future research into aging, across human physiological systems, current societal concerns and funding approaches. Over the 60-minute round table discussion, three major themes emerged that the panel considered to be "On the Horizon" of aging research. T...

Economic situation, the key to understanding the links between CEOs' personal traits and the financial structure of large private companies.

Executives act based on their experiences, values, personality and personal interpretation of the situations which they face in their companies. Investigations in the field of Behavioral Corporate Finance have determined that there are some relations between CEOs' personal traits and financial decisions of large companies, but these results are based on indirect personal trait measurements and on public companies. To see whether such relations also exist between CEOs' personal traits and the financial struc...

The evaluation of efficiency of medical organizations providing primary medical sanitary care in conditions of capitation financing.

The article analyzes the results of implementing per capita financing mechanism in medical organizations providing primary medical sanitary care. The comprehensive methodology was applied, including analysis and generalization of experience, statistical, analytical, sociological, monographic description, economic, comparative analysis, organizational experiment. The analysis demonstrated that in actual conditions number of subjects of the Russian Federation, being able to include in per capita standard only...


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