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Retirement and depressive symptoms: A 10-year cross-lagged analysis.

The effect of retirement on depressive symptoms remains a subject of scientific inquiry, given the fact that previous studies have found mixed results. Moreover, the possible effect of depressive symptoms on the propensity to retire remains relatively understudied. Given the sheer number of retirees, and the significance of depressive symptoms for individuals' well-being and ability to work, as well as for societies at large, we used a large longitudinal dataset to examine the reciprocal effects of retireme...

Value of Nurse Residency Programs in Retaining New Graduate Nurses and Their Potential Effect on the Nursing Shortage.

More than 1 million nurses are expected to retire in the next 10 to 15 years. Retaining new nurses is important to help decrease turnover, vacancies, and organizational cost. The objective of this review was to explore what the literature informs us regarding nurse residency programs implementation in acute care settings and their ability to retain nurses.

Social inequality in reduced earning capacity among older employees : An analysis of routine data of the German statutory pension insurance.

The efforts to extend working lives are accompanied by the question of whether it is possible for all employees to work longer for health reasons. Existing studies show for example that particularly workers in a lower socioeconomic position have a comparatively higher risk to prematurely retire. It is therefore likely that an increase of the state pension age puts particular pressure on such workers; however, studies on socioeconomic differences of disability retirement focusing on older workers in Germany...

Working Hours Flexibility and Timing of Retirement: Findings from Europe.

This study investigates how flexibility in working hours affects retirement timing. It tests the assumption that decreasing weekly working hours delays retirement and extends working life. Using data from four waves of the Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE) and of the English Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ELSA), we analyze whether a shift from full-time to part-time work delays retirement. Results show that older workers who reduce their working hours retire earlier than those who sta...

Exploring Retirement for Individuals With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities: An Analysis of National Core Indicators Data.

To begin to understand retirement, we examined age-related differences in (a) employment rates, employment hours, and rates of individual-plan employment goals; and (b) participation rates in unpaid formal day programs. We report weighted analyses of 2014-15 National Core Indicators data from 32 states. Unlike younger age groups, a similar proportion of workers with intellectual and developmental disabilities continued working beyond age 65 as for the general community. We found that most workers with intel...

Predictive Value of the Cognitive Performance Test (CPT) for Staging Function and Fitness to Drive in People With Neurocognitive Disorders.

The Cognitive Performance Test (CPT) is a standardized occupational therapy assessment that examines cognitive integration with functioning in an instrumental activities of daily living context. Conventional cognitive measures provide diagnostic utility but do not fully address the functional implications. Ninety-one veterans diagnosed with cognitive impairment were evaluated. We compared the predictive value of the CPT with the Large Allen Cognitive Level Screen (LACLS), Mini-Mental State Examination (MMSE...

Trying to Feel Normal Again: Early Survivorship for Adolescent Cancer Survivors.

Despite knowing the potential medical consequences of cancer treatment, little is known about how adolescents cognitively and emotionally frame, process, and manage in the early survivorship period.

Outcome of fixed volume intracameral sodium hyaluronate 1.4% injection for early post-operative hypotony after Baerveldt glaucoma implant.

Using an ophthalmic viscoelastic device (OVD) to manage early postoperative hypotony after Baerveldt glaucoma implant (BGI).

The macroeconomic burden of noncommunicable diseases in the United States: Estimates and projections.

We develop and calibrate a dynamic production function model to assess how noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) will affect U.S. productive capacity in 2015-2050. In this framework, aggregate output is produced according to a human capital-augmented production function that accounts for the effects of projected disease prevalence. NCDs influence the economy through the following pathways: 1) when working-age individuals die of a disease, aggregate output undergoes a direct loss because physical capital can only ...

Impact of an Innovative Psychiatric Consultation Liaison Model on Provider Satisfaction with Care of Behaviorally Complex Patients.

The increasing behavioral acuity and complexity of hospitalized patients overwhelms providers' capacity to effectively manage their behaviors. Hospitals must train their providers in how to cope with these behaviors to provide high-quality care. In addition to improved patient care, increased capacity to manage these challenging patients may improve resilience and reduce the risk and rates of provider burnout. We created a novel service to address this need via point-of-care resources. This service dually h...

The Bi-directional Interactions between Inflammation and Coagulation in Fracture Hematoma.

Research regarding the intimate relationship between inflammation and coagulation in fracture hematoma has attracted increasing attention recently. However, the interaction of the two in the early fracture hematoma is not yet fully understood, especially the interplay between inflammatory and coagulation factor for hematoma structure. This review summarizes the interrelation between inflammation mediators and coagulation factors in the early fracture hematoma, and further delineates their influences on hema...

The Changing Paradigm of Sepsis: Early Diagnosis, Early Antibiotics, Early Pressors, and Early Adjuvant Treatment.

Early experiences integrating hypertension and diabetes screening and treatment in a human immunodeficiency virus clinic in Malawi.

Human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) programmes can be leveraged to manage the growing burden of non-communicable diseases (NCDs).

Media ideals and early adolescents' body image: Selective avoidance or selective exposure?

The present study combines selective exposure theory with body image coping literature to study effects of media internalization in early adolescence. The main objective was to explore how early adolescents selectively internalize media body ideals to manage their body image. To examine the role of media internalization in early adolescents' body image management, we used two-wave panel data (N = 1986) gathered among 9- to 14-year-olds. Structural equation analyses indicated that media internalization (...

Retrospective audit of neutropenic fever after chemotherapy: how many patients could benefit from oral antibiotic management?

Guidelines suggest that carefully selected patients with neutropenic fever (NF) may be suitable for early discharge on oral antibiotics. Despite these recommendations, many centres manage NF with intravenous antibiotic protocols and inpatient care. We have conducted a retrospective audit of patients with NF, and found that 12 of 40 (30%) patients were eligible for early discharge on oral antibiotics and ambulatory care. Further studies into the barriers to ambulatory management in NF are warranted.

A systematic review on workplace interventions to manage chronic musculoskeletal conditions.

A review to investigate whether there are effective workplace interventions that manage chronic musculoskeletal disorders.

Integrated Model of Care for Polycystic Ovary Syndrome.

Polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) affects approximately one in seven women worldwide from early adulthood with heterogeneity in their healthcare needs through the life cycle. PCOS is challenging to diagnose and manage, with one-third of women reporting at least a 2-year delay in diagnosis. Current clinical services do not satisfactorily educate and support women with their diverse reproductive, metabolic, and psychological care needs with fragmentation of services across health providers. Women are dissatisf...

Proinflammatory Effects of Calprotectin in Graves' Orbitopathy.

Early detection and control of inflammation are important to manage Graves' orbitopathy (GO). We investigated the effects of calprotectin (S100A8/A9) on orbital fibroblast inflammation and GO pathogenesis.

Could glucagon-like peptide-1 be a potential biomarker of early-stage intestinal ischemia?

Intestinal ischemia, also called mesenteric ischemia, is a severe gastrointestinal and vascular medical emergency caused by a sudden decrease of blood flow through the mesenteric vessels. It generates hypoperfusion of intestinal tissues and can rapidly progress to intestinal wall infarction, systemic inflammation or even death if not treated in time. The mortality of this condition is still considerably high despite all the medical advances of the past few years. This is partially due to the difficulty of d...

Test-retest and inter-rater reliability of the Danish version of the management of everday technology assessment for use with older adults with and without COPD.

The trend towards telemedicine increasingly requires clients to manage everyday technology (ET) to access and use health services. The Management of Everday Technology Assessment (META) is an observation-based instrument developed to evaluate the ability to manage ET.

Prevention and management of unprofessional behaviour among adults in the workplace: A scoping review.

Unprofessional behaviour is a challenge in academic medicine. Given that faculty are role models for trainees, it is critical to identify strategies to manage these behaviours. A scoping review was conducted to identify interventions to prevent and manage unprofessional behaviour in any workplace or professional setting.

Enhanced Recovery in Surgical Intensive Care: A Review.

Patients are admitted to the surgical intensive care (SICU) unit after emergency and elective surgery. After elective surgery, for further support, or to manage coexisting comorbidities. The implementation of the ERAS (Enhanced recovery after surgery) protocols in surgery should decrease the need for ICU beds, but there will always be unpredicted complications after surgery. These will require individual management. What we can do for our surgical patients in ICU to further enhance their recovery? To promot...

How do Doctors Manage Their Own Colorectal Cancer Screening and What Do They Recommend Their Patients? - Results of a Survey Under General Physicians and Internists.

 Screening programs efficiently reduce incidence of and mortality from colorectal cancer. Participation rates in Germany are still relatively low. By knowing how doctors manage their own colorectal cancer screening provides information how they estimate the potential of these strategies and what they recommend their patients.

Clinical outcomes and feasibility of the multidisciplinary management of patients with psoriatic arthritis: two-year clinical experience of a dermo-rheumatologic clinic.

Psoriatic arthritis (PsA) is a chronic inflammatory autoimmune arthritis, occurring in patients with psoriasis (Pso), that may affect the whole musculoskeletal system but also nails, eye, and gastrointestinal tract. Dermatologists and rheumatologists usually manage Pso and PsA separately, but early diagnosis and integrated management could achieve better outcomes of both skin and musculoskeletal manifestations, thus improving the health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of patients. In this work, we have desc...

Pre-symptomatic targeted treatment of patent ductus arteriosus in preterm newborns: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

A clinically significant patent ductus arteriosus (PDA) is associated with significant morbidity and mortality in premature newborns. Symptomatic PDAs are often treated with prostaglandin synthesis inhibitors (PSI), but controversy remains if PSIs should also be used to manage early, asymptomatic PDAs.

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