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Spillover effects of a husband's retirement on a woman's health: Evidence from urban China.

Despite an increasing number of studies measuring the effect of retirement on individual well-being, research on spillover effects of one spouse's retirement on another spouse's well-being is limited. If such an effect exists but is not considered, it would result in an underestimation of the total retirement effect. This article examines the effect a man's retirement has on his wife's mental and physical health. Using data from the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Survey (CHARLS), I exploit the lar...

Obesity moderates the benefit of retirement on health: A 21-year prospective study in the GAZEL cohort.

Self-rated health and depressive symptoms have been shown to improve upon retirement. Participants with obesity might benefit more of retirement because of the extra work-related burden they are carrying. The present study aimed to investigate whether the association between retirement and health changes may depend upon obesity in the large French GAZEL occupational cohort during 21 years of follow-up.

Trends in Wait Time for Outpatient Colonoscopy in the Veterans Health Administration, 2008-2015.

The Veterans Health Administration (VA) recently has been scrutinized for prolonged wait times for routine medical care, including elective outpatient procedures such as colonoscopy. Wait times for colonoscopy following positive fecal occult blood test (FOBT) are associated with worse clinical outcomes only if greater than 6 months.

Changes in sleep duration associated with retirement transitions: The role of naps.

This study examined the changes in sleep duration (total sleep time, night-time sleep and daytime naps) after retirement transitions in China using a panel dataset of the China Health and Retirement Longitudinal Study in 2011, 2013 and 2015 with a total of 48,458 respondents. Linear regression analysis with generalized estimating equations was employed to examine the changes in sleep duration after transitions between different types of employment status. After controlling for the confounders, the results s...

The Effect of Pre-Post Differences in Walking, Health, and Weight on Retirees' Long-Term Quality of Life.

This research examined the effect of pre-post differences in walking duration, health, and weight on retirees' long-term quality of life (QoL). It used data from a 2018 randomized mail survey of 483 suburban New Jersey retirees. Ordinary least squares and three-stage least squares models were used. The analysis showed that changes in walking duration during the first 2 years of retirement are directly associated with health change, health change has an effect on long-term QoL, and weight variation of 10 lb...

Patients Are Willing to Wait for Rapid Sexually Transmitted Infection Results in a University Student Health Clinic.

We examined the acceptability and feasibility of using a 30-minute chlamydia/gonorrhea test in a student health clinical setting. One hundred eight students were enrolled and 89.4% were willing to wait up to 20 minutes beyond the conclusion of their routine visit. The average amount of time added per clinic visit was less than 11 minutes. Patient and staff satisfaction were high.

Physical Activity across Retirement Transition by Occupation and Mode of Commute.

Retirement induces changes in the composition of daily physical activity. Our aim was to examine changes in accelerometer-measured physical activity around transition to statutory retirement among men and women by occupational category and by pre-retirement modes of commuting.

Are You Saving for Retirement? Racial/ethnic Differentials in Contributory Retirement Savings Plans.

How individuals and families accumulate retirement resources during working years is a key aspect of aging with implications for later life. This study examines how much, and by what mechanisms, savings in retirement plans vary by race/ethnicity.

Priority access to health care: Evidence from an exogenous policy shock.

Access to care is an important issue in public health care systems. Unlike private systems, in which price equilibrates supply and demand, public systems often ration medical services through wait times. Access that is given on a first come, first served basis might not yield an allocation of resources that maximizes the health of a population, potentially creating suboptimal heterogeneity in wait times. In this study, we examine an access disparity between two groups of patients-established patients and ne...

Macro-level determinants of post-retirement health and health inequalities: A multilevel analysis of 18 European countries.

Poor health after retirement may have an important economic and societal impact and may be affected by macro-level factors. Our aim was to examine whether macro-level factors are associated with health and educational differences in health in recent retirees. We used data covering 18 European countries from the Survey on Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) and the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA) on 8867 respondents who had been retired less than 5 years. We performed multi-level line...

"Should I stay or should I go now?": A qualitative study of why UK doctors retire.

Healthcare delivery and education face critical potential shortages in the foreseeable future in terms of retaining doctors nearing the time of retirement - doctors who have experience-based knowledge to pass onto the next generation. Retirement decisions are driven by a combination of macro-related, job and individual factors. This is a constantly shifting space; findings from earlier studies do not always help us understand the retirement decisions of contemporary cohorts of doctors. To address these issu...

The perceptions of older nurses regarding continuing to work in a nursing career after retirement: A qualitative study in two Chinese hospitals of different levels.

There is a shortage of nurses worldwide, and a large number of older nurses will be entering retirement in the near future. Older nurses have rich nursing experience, and their retirement is a major loss of resources for the nursing profession. Returning to work after retirement is becoming increasingly popular among retirees today, but there is limited knowledge of the perceptions of older nurses regarding continuing to work in a nursing career after retirement.

The Role of Personality in Retirement Adjustment: Longitudinal Evidence for the Effects on Life Satisfaction.

Research on retirement suggests that personality can influence the adjustment process, but the mechanisms involved remain still largely unknown. In the present study we investigate direct and indirect associations between the Big Five personality traits and life satisfaction over the retirement transition. Indirect effects were evaluated through the role of personality for levels and changes in self-esteem, autonomy, social support, self-rated physical health, self-rated cognitive ability, and financial sat...

The effect of the National Kidney Registry on the kidney-exchange market.

We assess the causal effect of the National Kidney Registry (NKR), the largest national kidney-exchange network in the U.S., on kidney-exchange outcomes. Analyzing a unique database hosted by the Scientific Registry of Transplant Recipients (SRTR) that contains information on all kidney donors, wait-listed candidates, and transplant recipients in the U.S., we find that patients in an NKR hospital are 2.5-3 times more likely than their counterparts in a non-NKR hospital to receive a transplant from a living ...

The Association Between Wait Times for Colorectal Cancer Treatment and Health Care Costs: A Population-Based Analysis.

Health care costs and wait times for colorectal cancer treatment are increasing in Canada, but the association between the 2 remains unclear.

Longitudinal Evidence for The Effects of Social Group Engagement on the Cognitive and Mental Health of Chinese Retirees.

Research investigating the health benefits of social group participation in the retirement transition has provided little insight into the longitudinal effects on cognitive health and the generalizability of these relationships to non-Western samples. The present paper addresses these issues by examining the effects of social group engagement on the cognitive performance and depression symptoms of Chinese older adults followed over 4 years in their transition to retirement.

Students Shouldn't Merely 'Survive' Medical School.

A medical student reflects on what can be done to address mental illness among medical trainees.

Retirement and Physical Activity: The Opportunity of a Lifetime or the Beginning of the End?

Retirement has been identified as a life transition that is important in determining older adults' physical activity levels. The present study examined the factors associated with retirement that affect physical activity participation among older adults. Semistructured interviews were conducted with 425 retired Australians aged 60 years and older. Physical activity was assessed objectively, using accelerometers. Two categories of factors affecting physical activity participation following retirement were id...

Trends in Wait Time for Colorectal Cancer Screening and Diagnosis 2013-2016.

Colorectal cancer (CRC) screening has increased in the United States during the past 20 years, resulting in an increased demand for colonoscopy. We tested the hypothesis that such increase resulted in longer wait times for colonoscopy and influenced CRC diagnosis.

The Health and Retirement Study Harmonized Cognitive Assessment Protocol Project: Study Design and Methods.

The Harmonized Cognitive Assessment Protocol (HCAP) Project is a substudy within the Health and Retirement Study (HRS), an ongoing nationally representative panel study of about 20,000 adults aged 51 or older in the United States. The HCAP is part of an international research collaboration funded by the National Institute on Aging to better measure and identify cognitive impairment and dementia in representative population-based samples of older adults, in the context of ongoing longitudinal studies of agin...

Structural Social Support and Changes in Depression during the Retirement Transition: "I Get by With a Little Help from My Friends".

This study evaluated whether (a) retirement was associated with increased depressive symptoms, (b) four sources social support were associated with decreased depressive symptoms, and (c) whether the relationship between retirement and depressive symptoms varied across four sources social support.

Distance caregiving : Empirical findings from the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe.

The support of relatives living far away in terms of distance caregiving between children and their parents has gained in importance in Europe. At the same time, little is known about these care arrangements based on representative European survey data.

Addition of Efficiency Measures to Current Accuracy Measures in the Vascular Lab Can Be Used For Future Accreditation and Payment Models.

Medicare Accessibility and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) brings with it increased regulatory requirements not traditionally addressed by standard Vascular Labs accreditation which is based on accuracy. The Intersocietal Accreditation Commission's (IAC) new Quality Improvement project may satisfy an Improvement Activity (IA) of MACRA. We hypothesize that other IA in MACRA such as timeliness of test results, or patient care quality performance requirements can be met by analyzing data already being collect...

Reducing Infusion Clinic Wait Times Using Quality Improvement.

Long wait times are a common occurrence for chemotherapy infusion patients and are a source of decreased patient satisfaction. Our facility sought to decrease outpatient infusion clinic wait times by 20% using the Model for Improvement, quality improvement tools, and Plan-Do-Study-Act cycles.

Knowledge, Beliefs, and Practices of Australian Audiologists in Addressing the Mental Health Needs of Adults With Hearing Loss.

Purpose Emotional and mental health is essential to overall health, but there has been little research on how to approach emotional and mental health in the audiology setting. This study provides a preliminary investigation into the current knowledge, beliefs, and practices of Australian audiologists in addressing the emotional and mental health needs of adults with hearing loss. Method A 22-item survey using open- and closed-ended questions was completed by 95 Australian audiologists using a cross-sectiona...

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