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Registered Nurses' Knowledge of and Experience with Health Literacy.

Limited skill in health literacy is a global issue. Variation in health literacy skills within societies is a source of health inequality unless health care providers apply health literacy practices to effectively communicate with all clients.

Self-reported health versus biomarkers: does unemployment lead to worse health?

This paper examines the relationship between unemployment and health using both subjective and biometric information on health status.

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...

Empirically Tested Health Literacy Frameworks.

Health literacy is a significant determinant of health behaviors, but the pathways through which health literacy influences health behaviors are not completely clear nor consistent. The purpose of this systematic review is to critically appraise studies that have empirically tested the potential pathways linking health literacy to health behavior.

A Dictator's Gift: Dominant party regimes and health expenditures.

A country's health expenditure significantly improves its population health status. This study aims to examine the determinants of health expenditure in dictatorships.

Health students to relaunch health prevention in France: gamble of the health service.

Understanding variation in health service coverage and maternal health outcomes among districts in Rwanda - A qualitative study of local health workers' perceptions.

To obtain the perspectives of health professionals and community health workers on factors that determine health service coverage and maternal health outcomes so as to understand variations between districts.

Health literacy among Iranian adults: findings from a nationwide population-based survey in 2015.

Health literacy is one of the most important determinants of noncommunicable diseases prevention. Health literacy is associated with elevated risks for poorer access to care, adverse health outcomes, and increased hospitalization and health costs.

Multilevel analyses of related public health indicators: The European Surveillance of Congenital Anomalies (EUROCAT) Public Health Indicators.

Public health organisations use public health indicators to guide health policy. Joint analysis of multiple public health indicators can provide a more comprehensive understanding of what they are intended to evaluate.

Connected Health User Willingness to Share Personal Health Data: Questionnaire Study.

Connected health has created opportunities for leveraging health data to deliver preventive and personalized health care services. The increasing number of personal devices and advances in measurement technologies contribute to an exponential growth in digital health data. The practices for sharing data across the health ecosystem are evolving as there are more opportunities for using such data to deliver responsive health services.

Unmet health-care needs and human rights-A qualitative analysis of patients' complaints in light of the right to health and health care.

This study focuses on patient complaints from a human rights perspective. Despite the UN Convention on Human Rights being widely recognized, it has not previously been examined in relation to patients' complaints on health care. A human rights perspective and the right to the highest attainable standard of health are a major sustainability challenge in health care today. Previous research points to patients' complaints as a growing concern for health-care organizations, and the handling of this concern can ...

What does mental health have to do with well-being?

Positive mental health involves not the absence of mental disorder but rather the presence of certain mental goods. Institutions, practitioners, and theorists often identify positive mental health with well-being. There are strong reasons, however, to keep the concepts of well-being and positive mental health separate. Someone with high positive mental health can have low well-being, someone with high well-being can have low positive mental health, and well-being and positive mental health sometimes conflic...

Universal Mental Health Interventions for Children and Adolescents: A Systematic Review of Health Economic Evaluations.

Effective mental health interventions may reduce the impact that mental health problems have on young people's well-being. Nevertheless, little is known about the cost effectiveness of such interventions for children and adolescents.

Very useful, but do carefully: Mental health researcher views on establishing a Mental Health Expert Consumer Researcher Group.

Contemporary mental health policy identifies consumers as active participants in all aspects of mental health services from design to evaluation. Consumer researchers should be actively involved in mental health research and contribute to quality service delivery.

Global Health Observatory Data Repository.

The Global Health Observatory Data Repository is the publicly available interface for the World Health Organization's health-related statistics for the 194 countries that are Member States. It includes statistics for over 1,000 indicators including mortality, child nutrition, maternal health, HIV/AIDS, environmental health, equity, and more. This overview explains the variety of ways that users can access and browse WHO's health-related statistics.

Sexual orientation and complete mental health.

Previous research indicates that lesbian, gay and bisexual individuals have poorer mental health than their heterosexual counterparts. The concept of complete mental health, which combines the presence of positive mental health and the absence of mental disorder, has not been thoroughly examined in this population.

Evaluation of, a Canadian Mental Health Website Portal: Mixed Methods Assessment.

Many Canadians have mental health needs, and it can be challenging not knowing where to go for mental health information, services, and support. The website was created to facilitate and assist Canadians to (1) learn about mental health, (2) screen for common mental health issues, and (3) find mental health services and support.

Usage and Scientific Properties of the ADVOCATE Oral Health Care Measures.

Feedback information about the quality of oral health care is important for reflective learning by oral health care professionals and the wider health system. To this end, a list of 48 topics describing oral health and oral health care was recently agreed as part of the EU H2020 ADVOCATE project.

Modern slavery and public health: a rapid evidence assessment and an emergent public health approach.

Modern slavery is a human rights violation and a global public health concern. To date, criminal justice approaches have dominated attempts to address it. Modern slavery has severe consequences for people's mental and physical health, and there is a pressing need to identify and implement effective preventative measures. As such, a public health approach to modern slavery requires elucidation. The objectives of this study were to explore the case for public health involvement in addressing modern slavery an...

Evaluation of at-risk infant care: comparison between models of primary health care.

To analyze the health care network for at-risk infants in the western region of the city of São Paulo, with the primary health care as coordinator, and to compare the presence and extension of attributes of primary health care in the services provided, according to the service management model (Family Health Strategy and traditional basic health units).

I Know It When I See It: The Challenges of Addressing Corruption in Health Systems Comment on "We Need to Talk About Corruption in Health Systems".

In this commentary, I argue that corruption in health systems is a critical and legitimate area for research in order to strengthen health policy goals. This rationale is based partly on citizen demand for more accountable and transparent health systems, along with the fact that the poor and vulnerable suffer the most from the presence of corruption in health systems. What is more, there is a growing body of literature on the impact of corruption in the health system and best practices in terms of anti-corr...

A qualitative investigation of mental health promotion among aging gay men.

Gay men, particularly middle aged and older men (over 40 years of age) experience a disproportionate burden of mental health issues compared to heterosexual men. Despite ample evidence that chronic exposure to structural and interpersonal discrimination negatively affect their mental health, little is known from gay men's perspectives how they understand mental health or their strategies to address their mental health concerns. This study's aim was to investigate how middle aged and older gay men experien...

Public health digitalization in Europe.

As digitalization is progressively permeating all aspects of society, how can be it fruitfully employed to sustain the public health goals of quality, accessibility, efficiency and equity in health care and prevention? In this paper, we reflect on the potential of applying digital tools to public health and discuss some key challenges.

Improving parent oral health literacy in Head Start programs.

Parental low oral health literacy is thought to contribute to child oral health disparities. Few large-scale interventions can improve oral health literacy for diverse, high-risk populations. We sought to determine whether an oral health literacy intervention aimed at parents of children attending Head Start programs improved oral health literacy and behaviors.

Association of Exposure to Civil Conflict With Maternal Resilience and Maternal and Child Health and Health System Performance in Afghanistan.

Current studies examining the effects of Afghanistan's conflict transition on the performance of health systems, health service delivery, and health outcomes are outdated and small in scale and do not span all essential reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health interventions.

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