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  • Management of two influenza vaccination campaign in health care workers of a university hospital in the south Italy. [Journal Article]
  • AIAnn Ig 2017 May-Jun; 29(3):223-231
  • Squeri R, Riso R, … La Fauci V
  • CONCLUSIONS: Despite the observed increase, the adherence remains very low. We found that the main causes of this result are the fear of adverse effects, the negligence and indolence of the same workers and a lack of risk perception of contracting the disease and transmitting it to patients. Our work stressed the importance of offering correct information and of meeting the needs of HCWs, often unable to leave their ward for the excess workload. This could be, in future years, one of the possible solutions to increase vaccination adherence.
  • Training in Occupational Medicine: Jurisprudential Malfunctions in the Italian System and European Perspectives. [Journal Article]
  • AIAnn Ig 2017 May-Jun; 29(3):197-205
  • Cegolon L, Heymann WC, … Lange JH
  • CONCLUSIONS: In 2002 an Italian law allowed doctors specialized in public health medicine and legal/forensic medicine to also practice as consultants in occupational medicine in the country. However a subsequent law in 2008 determined that only physicians specialized in occupational medicine could freely practice as consultants in this discipline. The other two categories (consultants in public health medicine and consultants in legal/forensic medicine) were required to undertake additional training (a Master course) to qualify as consultants in occupational medicine.Doctors who entered postgraduate training in public health or legal/forensic medicine before 2008, with the option to practice also as consultants in occupational medicine upon completion of their training, suffered an unprecedented and legally questionable retroactive application of this new law which stripped them of previously acquired rights. Moreover, even after qualifying by undertaking this extra training in occupational medicine, the latter two categories of doctors do not have their training recognized in other member states of the European Union. To disallow the rights of doctors qualified in occupational medicine to work as consultants in the latter medical discipline elsewhere within the European Union seems a clear violation of professional rights and, as such, legal action could be taken to submit this issue to European attention.
  • Nursing students' clinical competencies: a survey on clinical education objectives. [Journal Article]
  • AIAnn Ig 2017 May-Jun; 29(3):179-188
  • Arrigoni C, Grugnetti AM, … Puci M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The use of the self-evaluation form for clinical learning made it possible to perform real-time observations of the training activities of the entire student body. An educational model structured in this way allows the student to develop their capacity for critical thinking. For educational activities, such a self-evaluation form represents an ideal instrument for identifying areas in need of improvement. This explorative study, carried out by means of a self-evaluation form, is the first-step toward the development of an educational programme that is more uniform and easily traceable within the academic system.
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