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Perceived Entitlement Causes Discrimination Against Attractive Job Candidates in the Domain of Relatively Less Desirable Jobs.

People generally hold positive stereotypes of physically attractive people and because of those stereotypes often treat them more favorably. However, we propose that some beliefs about attractive people, specifically, the perception that attractive individuals have a greater sense of entitlement than less attractive individuals, can result in negative treatment of attractive people. We examine this in the context of job selection and propose that for relatively less desirable jobs, attractive candidates wil...

Supporting Active Mobility and Green Jobs through the Promotion of Cycling.

This article is a summary of the main findings of the study "Riding towards the green economy: cycling and green jobs", which was developed in the context of the Transport, Health and Environment pan-European Programme (THE PEP). It builds on previous work under THE PEP, which demonstrated the job creation potential of cycling and of green and healthy transport more generally. The report summarized in this article collected data on jobs associated with cycling directly from city authorities and analysed the...

U.S. Army physical demands study: Identification and validation of the physically demanding tasks of combat arms occupations.

In 2013, the U.S. Army began developing physical tests to predict a recruit's ability to perform the critical, physically demanding tasks (CPDTs) of combat arms jobs previously not open to women. The purpose of this paper is to describe the methodology and results of analyses of the accuracy and inclusiveness of the critical physically demanding task list. While the job analysis included seven combat arms jobs, only data from the 19D Cavalry Scout occupation are presented as the process was similar for all ...

Using niche breadth theory to explain generalization in mutualisms.

For a mutualism to remain evolutionarily stable, theory predicts that mutualists should limit their associations to high-quality partners. However, most mutualists either simultaneously or sequentially associate with multiple partners that confer the same type of reward. By viewing mutualisms through the lens of niche breadth evolution, we outline how the environment shapes partner availability and relative quality, and ultimately a focal mutualist's partner breadth. We argue that mutualists that associate ...

Report card on the Care Quality Commission.

John Tingle, Associate Professor (Teaching and Scholarship), Nottingham Trent University, discusses the work and role of the Care Quality Commission through the lens of the National Audit Office report.

Nursing Gender Pay Differentials in the New Millennium.

The gender pay gap in the United States is an ongoing issue, affecting women in nearly all occupations. Jobs traditionally associated with men tend to pay better than traditionally female-dominated jobs, and there is evidence to suggest within-occupation gender pay differences as well.

Learning Curve Characteristics for Caesarean Section Among Associate Clinicians: A Prospective Study from Sierra Leone.

In response to the high maternal mortality ratio, Sierra Leone has adopted an associate clinician postgraduate surgical task-sharing training programme. Little is known about learning curve characteristics for caesarean sections among associate clinicians. The aim of this study is to evaluate the number of caesarean sections needed to be performed by associate clinicians until there is no further significant reduction in operation time.

Do Women and Men Have the Same Patterns of Multiple Occupational Carcinogenic Exposures? Results from a Cohort of Cancer Patients.

Complex exposure situations are frequent at the workplace, but few studies have characterized multiple occupational carcinogenic exposures (MOCE) and their gendered differences across jobs' characteristics. We assessed MOCE separately in male and female jobs and identified patterns of MOCE at job level. Participants (834 men and 183 women) were cancer patients recruited between March 2002 and December 2010 in the ongoing SCOP93 cohort study, Seine-Saint-Denis department, France. Job histories were collected...

Comorbidities in Spondyloarthritis associate with poor function, work disability and quality of life: Results from the ASAS-COMOSPA study.

Comorbidities add to the burden of disease and its complexity, and may prevent the achievement of treat-to-target goals. The objective of this study was to study the relationship between comorbidities and key disease outcomes in Spondyloarthritis, namely function, work ability and quality of life.


Nilsen, C., Agahi, N., & Kåreholt, I. (2017): Work stressors in late midlife and physical functioning in old age. Journal of Aging and Health, 29, 893-911. DOI: 10.1177/0898264316654673 In the above article, on page 903, the following paragraph has been placed incorrectly "example, passive jobs have been associated with an inactive lifestyle in men but not women (Gimeno et al., 2009). However, the association remained after controlling for lifestyle factors (physical activity and smoking), although the res...

Glycome Patterns of Perfusate in Livers Before Transplantation Associate With Primary Non-function.

Primary non-function (PNF) is a rare complication after liver transplantation that requires urgent re-transplantation. PNF is associated with livers from extended-criteria donors. Clinical and biochemical factors have not been identified that reliably associate with graft function after liver transplantation. Serum patterns of N-glycans associate with changes in the liver. We analyzed perfusate from grafted liver to identify protein glycosylation patterns associated with PNF.

Occupational Exposure to Vapor-Gas, Dust, and Fumes in a Cohort of Rural Adults in Iowa Compared with a Cohort of Urban Adults.

Many rural residents work in the field of agriculture; however, employment in nonagricultural jobs also is common. Because previous studies in rural communities often have focused on agricultural workers, much less is known about the occupational exposures in other types of jobs in rural settings. Characterizing airborne occupational exposures that can contribute to respiratory diseases is important so that differences between rural and urban working populations can be assessed.

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Employment and weight status: The extreme case of body concern in South Korea.

For an industrialized nation, obesity rates in South Korea are extremely low. Yet, reflecting an extremely fat-averse, thin-positive society, efforts to lose weight are now reportedly very common. Since the 1980s, South Korea has experienced an increasingly flexible and insecure labor market which was exacerbated by the 1997 economic recession. In this social and economic setting, body shape and weight status, as human capital, may have gained significant bargaining power in the labor market. Consequently, ...

The state of care in England: time for a post-match analysis.

John Tingle, Associate Professor (Teaching and Scholarship), Nottingham Trent University, discusses the Care Quality Commission's annual assessment of health and social care in England.

Professional Jobs Linked With ALS and Parkinson Disease Deaths.

The quality of warfarin therapy and CHA2DS2-VASc score associate with the incidence of myocardial infarction and cardiovascular outcome in patients with atrial fibrillation. Data from the nationwide FinWAF registry.

The impact of the quality of warfarin therapy on cardiovascular outcomes excluding stroke is largely unknown. The aims of this study were to evaluate the association between the warfarin control and the incidence and outcome of myocardial infarction (MI), and to validate the predictive value of the CHA2DS2-VASc score for MI in AF patients taking warfarin.

Race and Ethnicity Do Not Clinically Associate with Quality of Life Among Patients with Chronic Severe Pain in a Federally Qualified Health Center.

Previous research suggests that race/ethnicity predicts health-related quality of life (HRQL) in chronic pain populations but has not examined this in community settings. This study evaluated this association in 522 community-dwelling patients with chronic pain treated at a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC).

The h-index for associate and full professors of dermatology in the United States: an epidemiologic study of scholastic production.

Promotion in academic dermatology requires evidence of scholastic production. The h-index is a bibliometric measure that combines both volume and impact of scientific contributions. Its calculation better predicts future scientific success than do publication or citation counts. In this epidemiologic survey of associate and full professors of dermatology in residency training programs in the United States, we measured mean and median h-indices among associate and full professors as well as regional differen...

Advanced Nursing Education: Critical Factors That Influence Diploma and Associate Degree Nurses to Advance.

The purpose of this study was to gain an understanding of the social processes associated with the decision of diploma and associate degree nurses to advance academically.

Identification of single nucleotide polymorphisms in carnosine-related genes and effects of genotypes on pork meat quality attributes.

Carnosine has pH-buffering and antioxidant properties that may bring advantages in terms of meat quality attributes. This study aimed at identifying polymorphisms in carnosine-related genes (CARNS1, SLC6A6, SLC15A3, SLC15A4) that might associate with muscle carnosine content and meat quality traits in pigs (Duroc, Landrace, Yorkshire). Twenty seven SNPs were identified and association analyses performed for SLC15A3 c.*35C>T and c.*52C>T (3' UTR region), and SLC15A4 c.658A>G (Ile220Val) and c.818G>A (Ser273A...

Quality and Variability of Cardiovascular Rehabilitation Delivery: APPLYING THE CANADIAN QUALITY INDICATORS.

Cardiac care, including cardiovascular rehabilitation (CR), is most effective if it is high-quality. The aim of this study was to describe CR quality, using the recently developed Canadian Cardiovascular Society CR quality indicators (QIs). Difference in quality between CR sites was also assessed.

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