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Supporting the Health of Low Socioeconomic Status Employees: Qualitative Perspectives from Employees and Large Companies.

The aim of this study was to identify alignments between wellness offerings low socioeconomic status (SES) employees need and those large companies can provide.

Diabetes News.

More than 2,000 attendees gathered in Vienna, Austria in mid-February for the 11annual Advanced Technologies and Treatments for Diabetes (ATTD) meeting. There, Dr David Klonoff presented results from Novo Nordisk's (Copenhagen, Denmark) Onset 5 study of Fiasp (faster-acting insulin aspart) vs. NovoLog (insulin aspart) in pump users. In adults with type 1 diabetes on a pump (n=472), HbA1c-lowering was non-inferior for Fiasp compared to NovoLog, dropping from a baseline 7.5% to 7.44% with Fiasp and from the s...

Relations Between Psychosocial Job Characteristics and Work Ability in Employees with Chronic Headaches.

Purpose The aim of the study was to determine (a) to which extent job demands and job resources predict work ability in employees with chronic headaches, and (b) whether work ability in these employees is more hampered by high demands and more enhanced by resources than in employees without chronic disease. Methods All employees with chronic headaches (n = 593) and without chronic disease (n = 13,742) were selected from The Netherlands Working Conditions Survey conducted in 2013. This survey assesse...

Patient Drug Safety Reporting: Diabetes Patients' Perceptions of Drug Safety and How to Improve Reporting of Adverse Events and Product Complaints.

Global health care manufacturer Novo Nordisk commissioned research regarding awareness of drug safety department activities and potential to increase patient feedback. Objectives were to examine patients' knowledge of pharmaceutical manufacturers' responsibilities and efforts regarding drug safety, their perceptions and experiences related to these efforts, and how these factors influence their thoughts and behaviors. Data were collected before and after respondents read a description of a drug safety depar...

Can job autonomy attenuate the effect of depression on employees' well-being? It may depend on culture.

Depression is one of the leading causes of work disability. Thus, it is important to explore possible ways to reduce its impact on employees.

Swimming Against the Current: A Qualitative Review of the Work Experiences and Adaptations made by Employees with Arthritis.

To describe the experiences and strategies of employees with arthritis (EwA) to maintain employment and to use this information to build a conceptual model.

On hiring an associate.

Controversies Surrounding Authorship of Manuscripts by Industry Employees: Academic and Industry Perspectives.

The medical device and pharmaceutical industries play an essential role in the development of cardiovascular devices and drugs, and industry employees are frequently listed as co-authors of clinical trials published in peer-reviewed journals. Potential conflicts of interest in biomedical research have attracted significant attention in recent years, but issues and challenges surrounding authors who are industry employees have not received nearly as much scrutiny.

E-mail communication patterns and job burnout.

A considerable body of research has documented the negative effects of job burnout on employees and their organizations, emphasizing the importance of the identification of early signs of the phenomenon for the purposes of prevention and intervention. However, such timely identification is difficult due to the time and cost of assessing the burnout levels of all employees in an organization using established scales. In this paper, we propose an innovative way to identify employees at risk of job burnout by ...

QuickStats: Percentage* of Currently Employed Adults Aged ≥18 Years Who Received Influenza Vaccine in the Past 12 Months, by Employment Category - National Health Interview Survey,** United States, 2012 and 2016.

From 2012 to 2016, the percentage of employed adults who had received an influenza vaccine in the past 12 months increased overall (32.4% versus 37.0%), among government employees (42.0% versus 45.6%), and private-sector employees (31.1% versus 36.0%), but there was no significant increase among the self-employed (26.5% versus 29.8%). In both years, a higher percentage of government employees had received an influenza vaccine compared with private-sector employees, who had higher percentages than the self-e...

Working Conditions and Mental Health Among Salaried Physicians: A Nationwide Comparison With a Representative Sample of Employees.

Do the amount of workload, strain and the association between both differ between employed physician and other employees subject to social security contributions? This is investigated in this present study by comparing two representative samples.

Incivility and Employee Performance, Citizenship, and Counterproductive Behaviors: Implications of the Social Context.

Drawing from the transactional model of stress, we examined how the social context moderates employees' behavioral responses to workplace incivility. On the basis of data from 384 employees nested in 41 groups, we observed a 3-way, cross-level interaction between individually experienced incivility, group incivility differentiation, and group silence predicting supervisor-rated employee performance, citizenship, and counterproductive behaviors. Specifically, employees' own incivility experiences predicted l...

Work-related Determinants of Burnout in a Nationally Representative Sample of German Employees: Results from the Study on Mental Health at Work.

To present first representative data on burnout measured as exhaustion in German employees.

The complete mitochondrial genome of the Dutch elm disease fungus Ophiostoma novo-ulmi subspecies novo-ulmi.

Ophiostoma novo-ulmi, a member of the Ophiostomatales (Ascomycota) is the causal agents of the current Dutch elm disease pandemic in Europe and North America. The complete mitochondrial genome (mtDNA) of Ophiostoma novo-ulmi subsp. novo-ulmi, the European component of O. novo-ulmi, has been sequenced and annotated. Gene order (synteny) among the currently available members of the Ophiostomatales was examined and appears to be conserved and mtDNA size variability among the Ophiostomatales in part is due the ...

Age Bias in Selection Decisions: The Role of Facial Appearance and Fitness Impressions.

This research examined the impact of facial age appearance on hiring, and impressions of fitness as the underlying mechanism. In two experimental hiring simulations, one with lay persons and one with Human Resource professionals, participants evaluated a chronologically older or younger candidate (as indicated by date of birth and age label) with either younger or older facial age appearance (as indicated by a photograph). In both studies, older-looking candidates received lower hireability ratings, due to ...

Return on Investment for a Payer-Provider Partnership to Improve Care Management of Employees and Early Retirees.

A large employer partnered with local health care providers to pilot test an intensive nurse care manager program for employees and retirees. We evaluated its impact on health care utilization and costs.

A molecular portrait of de novo genes in yeasts.

New genes, with novel protein functions, can evolve "from scratch" out of intergenic sequences. These de novo genes can integrate the cell's genetic network and drive important phenotypic innovations. Therefore, identifying de novo genes and understanding how the transition from noncoding to coding occurs are key problems in evolutionary biology. However, identifying de novo genes is a difficult task, hampered by the presence of remote homologs, fast evolving sequences and erroneously annotated protein codi...

On the possibility of death of new genes - evidence from the deletion of de novo microRNAs.

New genes are constantly formed, sometimes from non-genic sequences, creating what is referred to as de novo genes. Since the total number of genes remains relatively steady, gene deaths likely balance out new births. In metazoan genomes, microRNAs (miRs) genes, small and non-coding, account for the bulk of functional de novo genes and are particularly suited to the investigation of gene death.

Employee Attitudes Toward Aggression in Persons with Dementia: Readiness for Wider Adoption of Person-Centered Frameworks.

Implementing person-centered care requires shared attitudes, beliefs, and values among all care employees. Existing research has failed to examine the attitudes of non-nursing employees.

Improving Resiliency in Healthcare Employees.

The high prevalence of stress at the workplace has been well documented; however, few studies have investigated the efficacy of worksite resiliency programs. Therefore, the objec- tive of this project was to examine the impact of a worksite resilience training program on improving resiliency and health behaviors in healthcare employees.

Resources for work-related well-being: a qualitative study about healthcare employees' experiences of relationships at work.

The aim of this study was to explore municipal healthcare employees' experiences of relationships with care recipients and colleagues. The specific research questions were when do the relationships enhance well-being, and what prerequisites are needed for such relationships to occur?.

Grouper: Graph-based clustering and annotation for improved de novo transcriptome analysis.

De novo transcriptome analysis using RNA-seq offers a promising means to study gene expression in non-model organisms. Yet, the difficulty of transcriptome assembly means that the contigs provided by the assembler often represent a fractured and incomplete view of the transcriptome, complicating downstream analysis. We introduce Grouper, a new method for clustering contigs from de novo assemblies that are likely to belong to the same transcripts and genes; these groups can subsequently be analyzed more robu...

Does Workplace Bullying Affect Long-Term Sickness Absence Among Co-Workers?

To examine if non-bullied employees at work units (WUs) with workplace bullying have more long-term sickness absence (LTSA) than employees in non-bullying WUs.

The ascent of man(made oxidoreductases).

Though established 40 years ago, the field of de novo protein design has recently come of age, with new designs exhibiting an unprecedented level of sophistication in structure and function. With respect to catalysis, de novo enzymes promise to revolutionise the industrial production of useful chemicals and materials, while providing new biomolecules as plug-and-play components in the metabolic pathways of living cells. To this end, there are now de novo metalloenzymes that are assembled in vivo, including ...

Common mental disorders and sickness absence: a register-linkage follow-up study among Finnish municipal employees.

This study examined how common mental disorders (CMD) at different severity levels are associated with short (1-3 day) intermediate (4-14 day) and long (15+ day) sickness absence (SA) among Finnish municipal employees.

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