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The Coordinated Development and Regulation Research on Public Health, Ecological Environment and Economic Development: Evidence from the Yellow River Basin of China

The Yellow River Basin's dual challenges, the global epidemic's widespread outbreak, as well as environmental degradation, impede the economic growth. " This paper investigates coordinated growth in the Yellow River Basin in order to ensure sustainable and balanced growth in the Yellow River Basin. This paper examines economic growth, environmental, and economic growth as a whole. We use the SMI-P method to determine the coordinated growth index of public health, the physical environment, and economic growth in the Yellow River Basin, which we coupling coordinated theory. In addition, we use the coordinated regulation and obstacle factor analysis to determine the key influence factors and design control strategies to optimize the coordinated growth index. We find that Path 4, which exhaustively assesses the relevance and threat factors, does better. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3390/ijerph19116927


Sedentary behavior as a public health issue: Ergonomics as a useful tool

"Objective: To point to the health risks of using the computer and then present an ergonomic study of the common and improved position of workers in front of the computer, thus minimizing the chances of occupational diseases from emerging. The correct desk height, selecting the right mouse position, choosing the right keyboard and mouse, dividing the office into functional zones, as well as modifying lifestyle and habits, should be part of employee care that spend the majority of their working time in a sitting position.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.37868/sei.v1i2.71


Restriction of public health policy: a challenge for transsexuals in primary

The explicit non-belonging to the Unified Health System indicates that the following thematic categories emerged from data analysis: Low resolution and several barriers to access to primary health care emerged from data analysis: "The following thematic categories emerged from data analysis: "Results revealed the following thematic categories: Low resolution and multiple barriers to access to primary health care: low resolution and multiple barriers; Unified Health Care; Non-inclusion and self-exclusion: the specific non-belonging to the Unified Health Care Conclusion and implication for practice: Transsexuals are individuals with the right to receive medical assistance, but the non-recognition of transsexuals as citizens with the right to receive health services are among the reasons that restrict this population to the health system.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1590/2177-9465-ean-2021-0425en


The birth of a Ministry of Public Health in Colombia, 1946-1953: Cold War, invisible government and asymmetrical interdependence

"Abstract This essay explores the transition from a Ministry of Hygiene in Colombia to a Ministry of Public Health, from 1946 to 1953. " This was not only a new name for the ministry, but a transitional process from government policies focused on European public health to institutionalizing the North American model of public health. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1590/s0104-59702022000200009


School Health Services for Children with Chronic Health Conditions in California Public Secondary Schools: Findings from the 2018 School Health Profiles Survey

Back to basics: More than half of school districts in the United States do not have rules on identifying and case monitoring students with persistent health problems, which means that these students's health problems can not be addressed during the school day. " Although limited research has been done on school health services, little is known about the actual delivery of the services that such policies suggest should be provided. Methodology: Using results from the 2018 School Health Profiles Survey, health care services including providing daily medications, assisting in community partnerships, and providing disease-specific education were examined in California public secondary schools together with school nurse employees.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.47988/janany.53644423.2.1


Job demands, job resources, and health outcomes among nursing professionals in private and public healthcare sectors in Sweden – a prospective study

"Even when job demand is high, better job services associates with greater job satisfaction, work motivation, and engagement. " In the Swedish context, there is little research that investigates the connection between job needs, job resources, and health outcomes among nursing professionals. The purpose of this report was therefore to investigate Swedish nursing professionals' needs and employment in connection with health care, as well as comparisons between the private and public health sectors. Is there any potential links between job demands and career resources in relation to health outcomes? Positive health outcomes are often attributed to positive health, while nursing professionals' work demands are linked to poor health outcomes. Nursing professionals in both private and public healthcare settings can help nursing professionals maintain and maintain their work-related health. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1186/s12912-022-00924-z


Canadian Public Health Laboratory Network guidelines for the use of point-of-care tests for Treponema pallidum in Canada

"Over the past few years, an increase in infectious syphilis outbreaks in major urban centers and rural areas in Canada, often impacting hard-to-reach patient populations, has reignited an interest and urgency in investigating the use of point-of-care testing that can yield test results at the time and place of primary health care delivery, eliminating the repeat visit required with traditional syphilis serology or molecular diagnostic methods. The Canadian Public Health Laboratory Network published its first laboratory guideline for the use of POCTs in the diagnosis of syphilis in Canada in 2015. Although Canada has no licensed POCT, two POCTs have obtained U. S. Food and Drug Administration clearance under premarket approval requests, although two POCTs have not been issued by the U. S. Food and Drug Administration. The only POCT that tests antibodies to both treponemal and non-treponemal antigens does not yet have Health Canada or FDA approval.

Source link: https://doi.org/10.3138/jammi-2021-0021


Impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and its associated public health and social measures on emergency department utilization in Germany between March 2017 and June 2021

"Abstract Background: Patients in various healthcare settings in Germany have been described as reduced patients throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and its related public health and social care, as well as emergency care. During different phases of the COVID-19 pandemic, we reviewed routine data from emergency services to quantify changes in consultation numbers, age distribution, disease acuity, and day and hour of the day to quantify shifts in consultation numbers, population composition, disease acuity, and day and hour of the day. To help better understand those trends, we used regular reports from emergency departments to analyze shifts in consultation numbers, age distribution, disease acuity, and day and hour of the day and Methods: To determine relative changes for consultation numbers of 20 emergency departments distributed throughout Germany, we used interrupted time series studies. Four specific phases of the COVID-19 pandemic were identified as interruption points for the study period from 06-03-2017 to 13-06-2021. Conclusions: During the COVID-19 pandemic, the number of emergency department consultations dropped rapidly, without significant variations in patient characteristics. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.21203/rs.3.rs-1630734/v1


Impact of readmission for patients with cancer in a public health system.

"e18633 Summary: Patients with cancer have a high mortality during hospitalization and poor prognosis after discharge. In addition, socioeconomic inequalities are also known to influence cancer prognosis. In a Brazilian public tertiary hospital, we aimed to investigate the effects of hospitalizations, early readmissions, and the Human Development Index among cancer patients. Patients admitted to a Brazilian tertiary cancer center from February 1st to the end of 2021 was included in a retrospective review. Patients' home address region HDI from the recent Brazilian Census was retrieved by researchers and investigated if it could have an effect on hospitalization and post-discharge results. According to the chi-square test, overall survival after discharge was compared between groups with log-rank test and categorical variables proportions. Breast cancer was the most common cancer diagnosis, followed by prostate, colon, and lung cancer. Patients who were first admitted to the Intensive Care Unit had a higher mortality rate than those that were not. ".

Source link: https://doi.org/10.1200/jco.2022.40.16_suppl.e18633

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