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Health workers' perceptions and experiences of using mHealth technologies to deliver primary healthcare services: a qualitative evidence synthesis.

Mobile health (mHealth), refers to healthcare practices supported by mobile devices, such as mobile phones and tablets. Within primary care, health workers often use mobile devices to register clients, track their health, and make decisions about care, as well as to communicate with clients and other health workers. An understanding of how health workers relate to, and experience mHealth, can help in its implementation.


The impact of exposure to gun violence fatality on mental health outcomes in four urban U.S. settings.

Given the widespread availability of firearms, high prevalence of gun violence in the U.S., and the intersection of race, cumulative violence and adverse mental health outcomes, it is important to understand the mental health consequences of exposure to gun violence fatality on racially/ethnically diverse secondary victims.

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.


Ensuring Organization-Intervention Fit for a Participatory Organizational Intervention to Improve Food Service Workers' Health and Wellbeing: Workplace Organizational Health Study.

Food-service workers' health and wellbeing is impacted by their jobs and work environments. Formative research methods were used to explore working conditions impacting workers' health to inform intervention planning and implementation and to enhance the intervention's 'fit' to the organization.

The effects of on-call work on mental health issues among wage workers in the Republic of Korea.

On-call workers are often on standby at night or on weekends and are called to perform work when unanticipated incidents occur. However, the effects of on-call duty on the mental health has received little attention. The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of on-call work on mental health problems among Korean wage workers. Korean wage workers (56,553) from the 2011-2014 Korean Working Condition Survey were enrolled. The outcome measures included insomnia or sleep disorder and depression ...

Violence and burnout in health care emergency workers in Santiago, Chile: A survey-based cross-sectional study.

Shortage of quantitative studies regarding health risks for emergency services workers is a concern for Chilean's occupational health organizations.

Obesity, Long-Term Health Problems, and Workplace Satisfaction: A Longitudinal Study of Australian Workers.

This study investigates the impact of obesity, long-term health problems and their interaction on three specific aspects of job satisfaction among Australian adult workers. Exploiting longitudinal data from the Household, Income and Labour Dynamics in Australia (HILDA) survey for the years 2006-2017, this study estimates overall job satisfaction, pay satisfaction and job security satisfaction using a common set of explanatory variables. Results from both random effects generalized least squares estimation a...

A longitudinal study of piece rate and health: evidence and implications for workers in the US gig economy.

The objective of this study was to evaluate health outcomes for workers subject to piece rate historically to better understand the implications of pay type in the modern-day gig economy. While piece rate occurring in the 1980s and 1990s predates recent platform-based employment, it introduced and normalized patterns of economic precariousness that are instrumental in the current gig economy. Evidence suggests that such pay types may result in poor health outcomes; however, cross-sector evidence of its long...

Reproductive health problems among female shift workers: a qualitative study in Iran.

Shift work (i.e. working between 18:00 and 07:00) is associated with sleeplessness and fatigue and hence, can cause female shift workers different health problems. This study aimed to explore reproductive health problems among female shift workers.

Effect of Training on Knowledge and Attitude of Health Care Workers towards Health Management Information System in Primary Health Centres in Northwest Nigeria.

An effective health information system (his) generates information to enable decision makers make evidence-based decisions on health policy and allocate scarce resources. Health care workers at all levels within the health system need the knowledge and the right attitude towards hmis recognizing that they are the keys to recording accurate and reliable data.

Occupational health hazards on workers exposure to lead (Pb): A genotoxicity analysis.

The present investigation of genotoxicity of lead (Pb) among workers exposed to inorganic Pb environment, which appears to be first of its kind in South India, was undertaken to assess the seriousness, the ill effects of health contributed by this serious environmental pollutant.

Occupational health and safety: educational intervention for cleaning workers in research sectors.

To evaluate the results of educational interven- tion on health and safety regarding principles of biosafety in cleaning workers of a health institution.

Neurocognitive dysfunction and brain FDG-PET/CT findings in HIV-infected hemophilia patients and HIV-infected non-hemophilia patients.

This single-institution cross-sectional study aimed to grasp the prevalence and features of neurocognitive dysfunction in HIV-infected hemophilia patients in Japan. We conducted neuropsychological tests and medical examinations in 56 HIV-infected hemophilia patients who received outpatient treatment at the AIDS Clinical Center, National Center for Global Health and Medicine. A total of 388 HIV-infected non-hemophilia patients who received outpatient treatment at the same institution were included as a contr...

Diagnosed and Undiagnosed Diabetes among Agricultural Workers in California.

Latino agricultural workers in California are a vulnerable population at risk for many undiagnosed health concerns. Principal among them is diabetes, and the prevalence of diagnosed and undiagnosed diabetes is difficult to estimate. In a convenience sample of 579 agricultural workers recruited through the California Heat Illness Prevention Study (CHIPS), we found HbA1c levels consistent with diabetes in 54 participants, of whom 33 (61.1%) were aware of their status. We found HbA1c levels consistent with pre...

Pain, unhealthy days and poor perceived health among Japanese workers.

The current research aimed to study the relationship between health-related quality of life (poor perceived health/unhealthy days) and workers' pain.

Mental health effects of long work hours, night and weekend work, and short rest periods.

Although the prior literature has examined the relationship between work schedule characteristics and worker mental health, establishing the causal effect of work schedule characteristics is challenging because of endogeneity issues. This paper investigates how various work schedule characteristics affect workers' mental health using employee surveys and actual working hours recorded over seventeen months in a Japanese manufacturing company. Our sample includes 1334 white-collar workers and 786 blue-collar ...

An educational intervention in rural Uganda: Risk-targeted home talks by village health workers.

Evaluate the effectiveness of home talks (HTs), a novel model of health education delivered by village health workers (VHWs) with primary-level education to rural African mothers. Talk recipients were assessed by health census to be at risk for ill-health in one of 5 ways: malnutrition, diarrhea, respiratory disease, HIV, and poverty due to family size.

The Effect of Large-Capacity Magazine Bans on High-Fatality Mass Shootings, 1990-2017.

To evaluate the effect of large-capacity magazine (LCM) bans on the frequency and lethality of high-fatality mass shootings in the United States. We analyzed state panel data of high-fatality mass shootings from 1990 to 2017. We first assessed the relationship between LCM bans overall, and then federal and state bans separately, on (1) the occurrence of high-fatality mass shootings (logit regression) and (2) the deaths resulting from such incidents (negative binomial analysis). We controlled for 10 independ...

Facilitators and barriers to linkage to HIV care and treatment among female sex workers in a community-based HIV prevention intervention in Tanzania: A qualitative study.

HIV-infected female sex workers (FSWs) have poor linkage to HIV care in sub-Sahara Africa.

Unravelling the role of leadership in motivation of health workers in a Moroccan public hospital: a realist evaluation.

This study aimed at opening the black box of the relationship between leadership and motivation of health workers by focusing on a high-performance hospital in Morocco.

Experiences of HIV-Infected Mothers Regarding Exclusive Breast-Feeding in the First Six Months of the Infant's Life in Mangaung, South Africa.

In 2011, the Department of Health in South Africa committed to promote, support and protect breast-feeding. Subsequently, the supply of free formula milk to HIV-infected mothers was discontinued, with these mothers encouraged to breast-feed. This was also in compliance with the WHO's call for countries to adopt a single-feeding practice for HIV-infected mothers. This study explored the experiences of HIV-infected mothers regarding exclusive breast-feeding in the first six months following an infant's birth....

Latent Tuberculosis in a Paediatric Health Worker: A Case Report.

Latent Tuberculosis (LTBI) affects approximately a third of the world population. Paediatric health workers caring for adolescent Tuberculosis (TB) patients in high TB endemic regions are particularly susceptible as they are exposed to TB in the community and in the work place. However, there is a paucity of reports on LTBI in paediatric health workers.

Health promotion program for office workers with SEM based on the WHO's healthy workplace framework.

This study attempts to develop and verify the effectiveness of a health promotion program for office workers based on the social ecological model and the World Health Organization's Healthy Workplace Framework. This study involved 272 office workers of a small and medium-sized enterprise in Korea. Data were analyzed through descriptive statistics, repeated measures analysis of variance (ANOVA) and Bonferroni correction using SPSS/WIN 23.0. Workplace environmental support was provided to all workers, while a...

Case-Fatality Risk Estimates for COVID-19 Calculated by Using a Lag Time for Fatality.

We estimated the case-fatality risk for 2019 novel coronavirus disease cases in China (3.5%); China, excluding Hubei Province (0.8%); 82 countries, territories, and areas (4.2%); and on a cruise ship (0.6%). Lower estimates might be closest to the true value, but a broad range of 0.25%-3.0% probably should be considered.

Precarious employment and migrant workers' mental health: a protocol for a systematic review of observational studies.

Precarious employment has become an urgent public health issue at a global scale with potential consequences for quality of life and health of employees, especially in vulnerable groups such as migrants. The primary aim of this systematic review is thus to analyze and summarize existing research on the association between precarious employment and migrant workers' mental health.


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