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Public health practitioners' perspectives of migrant health in an English region.

Migration is a complex and contested topic of public debate. Professionals working in public health must negotiate this politicised complexity, yet few studies examine the perspectives and practices of public health professionals in relation to migrant health. This study seeks to redress this by exploring how migrant health is conceptualised and addressed by public health professionals after a key transitional point in the reorganisation of public health in England and the public vote for the UK to leave th...

Health professionals in a changing climate: protocol for a scoping review.

Climate change will impose significant health impacts. Although we know health professionals should play a critical role in protecting human health from climate change, their preparedness to engage with these issues worldwide is unclear. This study aims to map the range and nature of existing evidence regarding health professionals' knowledge, attitudes, perceptions and practices regarding climate change and health impacts and the challenges they face, and identify knowledge gaps to guide future development...

Attitudes of health professionals to using routinely collected clinical data for performance feedback and personalised professional development.

To learn the attitudes of health professionals, health informaticians and information communication technology professionals to using data in electronic health records (eHRs) for performance feedback and professional development.

Promoting global health and well-being of Indigenous youth through the connection of land and culture-based activism.

This research explores and supports the importance of Indigenous cultural knowledge and practices as guiding factors in understanding the agency and actions of Indigenous youth in seeking justice while journeying across the land. The article examines the work of Indigenous scholars and the significance of Indigenous knowledge in connecting to the land and natural environment, thus contributing to 'being alive well'. An example from Indigenous youth-focused research is highlighted to hear from the youth abou...

Health professionals' involvement of parents in decision-making in interprofessional practice at the hospital.

Health professionals have the responsibility of involving parents in decision-making regarding children's healthcare. This is to ensure that healthcare is customised to meet children's and families' needs and preferences. There is inadequate knowledge about health professionals' role in involving parents in these decisions in interprofessional practice in hospital settings. The aim of this study was to explore health professionals' construction of the phenomenon of parental involvement in decision-making ab...

Views of health professionals on the clinical recognition of orthorexia nervosa: a pilot study.

We present pilot, cross-sectional online survey data of health professionals in Australia and New Zealand about their attitudes towards orthorexia nervosa (ON), the proposed health food eating disorder. Our primary outcome was whether the professionals believed that ON should be a distinct, clinically recognised eating disorder.

Factors related to the probability of suffering mental health problems in emergency care professionals.

to evaluate the influence of burnout and coping strategies used by health professionals of the hospital emergency service on their mental health status and to determine sociodemographic and labor characteristics.

Understanding the factors influencing health professionals' online voluntary behaviors: Evidence from YiXinLi, a Chinese online health community for mental health.

Normal users' voluntary behaviors (e.g., knowledge sharing) in virtual communities (VCs) has been well investigated; however, research on health professionals' voluntary behaviors in online health communities (OHCs) is limited.

Important Roles of Health Professionals in Maternal HIV Disclosure Among HIV-Infected Women in China.

Maternal HIV disclosure to children is beneficial for both mothers and children. A cross-sectional survey was conducted to investigate the prevalence of maternal HIV disclosure to at least one living child aged > 5 years among 292 HIV-infected mothers in Guangxi Province, China. Among all participants, 45.2% had self-disclosed their HIV positive sero-status to at least one living child aged > 5 years. After adjusting for the significant background variables, participants self-reported health profe...

Residential Exposure to Urban Traffic is Associated with the Poorer Neurobehavioral Health of Ecuadorian Schoolchildren.

We investigated whether chronic traffic-generated air pollution containing fine and ultrafine particulate matter is associated with reduced neurobehavioral performance and behavioral dysfunction in urban Ecuadorian schoolchildren. Also, we examined the effect of child hemoglobin and sociodemographic risk factors on these neurocognitive outcomes.

How do health professionals decide whether an interpreter is needed for families in neonatal and pediatric units?

To examine how health professionals decide whether family members require an interpreter.

Knowledge and use of evidence-based medicine in daily practice by health professionals: a cross-sectional survey.

Healthcare professionals are expected to firmly ground their practice in sound evidence. That implies that they know and use evidence-based medicine (EBM). In this study, our aim was to know how often health professionals actually made use of EBM in their daily practice.

Physician health: What makes us ill? What keeps us healthy?

The medical profession is a particular health risk. Internal reasons for this are the common practice of self-diagnosis and self-therapy, presenteeism (work despite illness), and increased risks of addiction and suicide. External reasons include infectious diseases, violence against health professionals, the increasingly difficult working conditions - due to economisation, among other things - and the posttraumatic stress syndrome. Therefore, it is increasingly important to proactively take care of ...

Associations of black carbon with lung function and airway inflammation in schoolchildren.

Few studies have investigated the 24-hour respiratory health effects of personal black carbon (BC) and ultrafine particles (UFP) exposure in schoolchildren. The objective of this study was to investigate these associations with the lung function in children 10-years old with and without persistent respiratory symptoms.

Health professionals' practices related with tourniquet use during peripheral venipuncture: a scoping review.

during peripheral venipuncture, health professionals are recommended to use a tourniquet above the puncture site in order to potentiate venous distension. Given its characteristics and use in clinical settings, tourniquets may represent a source of microorganism dissemination. However, the results of scientific studies in this area are scattered in the literature. This scoping review aims to map the available evidence on health professionals' practices related with tourniquet use during peripheral venipunct...

The Personal, the Scholarly, and the Political: How Liz Fee's Early Career Integrated Activism Around Sex, Homosexuality, and AIDS.

Differences in Perceptions of Health Information Between the Public and Health Care Professionals: Nonprobability Sampling Questionnaire Survey.

In the new media age, the public searches for information both online and offline. Many studies have examined how the public reads and understands this information but very few investigate how people assess the quality of journalistic articles as opposed to information generated by health professionals.

Components of compulsory service program for health professionals in low- and middle-income countries: a scoping review.

The global health landscape has been characterized by shortfalls and imbalances in human resources for health (HRH), with more health workers concentrated in urban than rural areas. To address this maldistribution, some countries resorted to the implementation of a compulsory service policy for HRH. However, there is no comprehensive documentation describing the different components of such policies. This scoping review aims to determine the components for compulsory service for selected health professional...

When does activism benefit well-being? Evidence from a longitudinal study of Clinton voters in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

Contrary to the expectations of many, Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The initial shock to her supporters turned into despair for most, but not everyone was affected equally. We draw from the literature on political activism, identity, and self-other overlap in predicting that not all Clinton voters would be equivalently crushed by her loss. Specifically, we hypothesize that pre-election measures of political activism, and level of self-other identification between participants and...

Mental health and politics since the eurozone crisis: The role of mental health professionals.

Some of the most immediate health effects of the 2008 economic crisis concerned the mind, not the body. Rates of generalized anxiety, chronic depression, and even suicide spiked in many European societies. This viewpoint highlights the role of mental health professionals in responding to this emergency, and argues that their sustained mobilization is necessary to its long-term resolution.

Does the Theory of Planned Behaviour Explain Allied Health Professionals' Evidence-Based Practice Behaviours? A Focus Group Study.

Research suggests that allied health professionals agree with evidence-based practice (EBP); however, implementation of research findings into clinical practice is poor. Interventions aimed at improving EBP have been largely unsuccessful. Implementation science research suggests that a theory-driven approach is critical when attempting to modify behaviour of healthcare professionals.

Embedding Psychiatric Risk Flags Within an Electronic Health Record: Initial Findings and Lessons Learned.

In an effort to improve safety in psychiatric settings, health professionals need to be aware of patients at risk for aggression and violent behaviour. To do so, a risk-flagging functionality can be built into an electronic health record system to alert health professionals of potentially aggressive or violent patients. This paper describes a risk-flagging system at Canada's largest psychiatric hospital and presents initial findings and lessons learned. Risk flags embedded in an electronic health record sys...

Care during Breastfeeding: Perceptions of Mothers and Health Professionals.

To know the perceptions of mothers and health professionals in relation to the care provided and received during breastfeeding at primary health care level.

The use of blended learning to improve health professionals' communication skills: a literature review.

In recent years, health professionals' education has moved towards the increasing use of blended learning. One of the most widespread blended formulas is the mix of face-to-face and online learning, which combines the advantages of distance learning, both in training provision and in training fruition, with the maintenance of socialization goals and application to practice activities. This literature review aims to find out whether blended-learning is employed for improving health professionals' communicati...

Recent advances in fetal alcohol spectrum disorder for mental health professionals.

Understanding the pathophysiologic, diagnostic, and treatment implications of the interface between mental disorder and the consequences of Prenatal Alcohol Exposure (PAE) is important for mental health professionals (MHP) seeking to provide the most effective care. This review was written to highlight the importance of identifying and intervening with regards to the unique mental health and medical needs of individual with PAE.

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