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  • Development of a family resiliency model to care of patients with schizophrenia. [Journal Article]
    Scand J Caring Sci. 2020 Jul 06 [Online ahead of print]Fitryasari R, Nursalam N, … Tristiana RD
  • Families who care for schizophrenia suffer stress and lose the ability to treat. Family stress can be mediated by resilience. Objective: This study aimed to develop a family resilience model based on family-centred nursing for persons with schizophrenia. This study used a mixed-method cross-sectional approach. The population was a family of caregivers for persons with schizophrenia at Mental Hos…
  • Self-directed learning: assessment of students' abilities and their perspective. [Journal Article]
    Adv Physiol Educ. 2020 Sep 01; 44(3):383-386.Bhandari B, Chopra D, Singh K
  • The introduction of Competency-Based Medical Education Curriculum in India has endorsed many new concepts, like foundation course, self-directed learning (SDL), early clinical exposure, etc. Emphasis is being given to active teaching-learning approaches. One such approach is SDL. SDL is an active learning approach in which the students are responsible for their own learning outcome, with teacher …
  • Management of urinary incontinence. [Journal Article]
    Post Reprod Health. 2020 Jun; 26(2):63-70.Nightingale G
  • Urinary incontinence is a common problem affecting 25-45% women. Effective management can have a huge impact on a patient's quality of life and many treatments are available. Management should be dictated by the degree of bother the symptoms are having, and vary depending on the type on incontinence. Conservative measures should always be initiated, including optimisation of body mass index and s…
  • Killing for purposes other than slaughter: poultry. [Journal Article]
    EFSA J. 2019 Nov; 17(11):e05850.EFSA Panel on Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW), Nielsen SS, … Michel V
  • Poultry of different ages may have to be killed on-farm for purposes other than slaughter (in which slaughtering is defined as being for human consumption) either individually or on a large scale (e.g. because unproductive, for disease control, etc.). The processes of on-farm killing that were assessed are handling and stunning and/or killing methods (including restraint). The latter were grouped…
  • Slaughter of animals: poultry. [Journal Article]
    EFSA J. 2019 Nov; 17(11):e05849.EFSA Panel on Animal Health and Welfare (AHAW), Nielsen SS, … Michel V
  • The killing of poultry for human consumption (slaughtering) can take place in a slaughterhouse or during on-farm slaughter. The processes of slaughtering that were assessed, from the arrival of birds in containers until their death, were grouped into three main phases: pre-stunning (including arrival, unloading of containers from the truck, lairage, handling/removing of birds from containers); st…
  • The Effect of Hyper-Realistic Trauma Training on Emotional Intelligence in Second Year Military Medical Students. [Journal Article]
    J Surg Educ. 2020 Jul 02 [Online ahead of print]West E, Singer-Chang G, … LaPorta AJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Total emotional intelligence significantly improved from pre to post scores as well as each of the 5 domains and most subdomains. Scores improved an average of 4 points after only a 5-day training course. This training led to the most improvement in the self-perception and stress management categories. Medicine, especially high stress specialties like surgery and trauma, require physicians who are able to make decisions at a moment's notice and cope well with stressful situations. It is essential that individuals develop these intangible skills, which can be measured by emotional intelligence. Further research is needed to determine the long-term impacts of the increased emotional intelligence seen with hyper-realistic training. Some specific areas to investigate include physician performance and emotional wellbeing.
  • Benchmark dose estimation for coke oven emissions based on oxidative damage in Chinese exposed workers. [Journal Article]
    Ecotoxicol Environ Saf. 2020 Jul 02; 202:110889.Zou K, Wang P, … Wang W
  • Coke oven emissions (COEs) can cause oxidative stress of the body, which in turn induces the occupational lung disease and also increases the risk of other diseases. COEs are the major occupational hazard factors for coke oven workers. The aim of the study is to explore the influences of COEs exposure on oxidative damage and estimate the benchmark dose (BMD) of COEs. A group of 542 workers expose…
  • Young Women's Perceptions of Heart Disease Risk. [Journal Article]
    J Adolesc Health. 2020 Jul 01 [Online ahead of print]Gooding HC, Brown CA, … de Ferranti SD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Perceptions of age, gender, and social norms contribute to low heart disease awareness among young women, which in turn may limit heart-healthy behaviors.
  • Adolescent psychiatric disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. [Review]
    Psychiatry Res. 2020 Jun 29; 291:113264.Guessoum SB, Lachal J, … Moro MR
  • The aim of this paper was to review the literature on adolescent psychiatric disorders related to the COVID-19 pandemic and lockdown. Stressful life events, extended home confinement, brutal grief, intrafamilial violence, overuse of the Internet and social media are factors that could influence the mental health of adolescents during this period. The COVID-19 pandemic could result in increased ps…
  • Management of Psychocutaneous Disorders: A Practical Approach for Dermatologists. [Review]
    Dermatol Ther. 2020 Jul 04 [Online ahead of print]Jafferany M, Ferreira BR, … Mkhoyan R
  • Psychodermatology is a growing specialty which is gaining momentum in different parts of the world. It focuses on the connection between skin and psyche. Psychocutaneous conditions are characterized by those disorders where stress is the key element in exacerbating skin conditions or flare ups of dermatoses like psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. There is a direct relationship of stress with the co…
  • [Discussion of Medical Protective Consumables Management to Fight against COVID-19 Pneumonia]. [Journal Article]
    Zhongguo Yi Liao Qi Xie Za Zhi. 2020 Mar 08; 44(3):263-266.Yu J, Zhu J, … Lyu Z
  • This article researches how to allocate medical protective consumables in hospital and ensure the safety of emergency marketing procurement under the condition that people are easily susceptible to COVID-19. To inform medical staffs about the standard instruction, we establish the corresponding hierarchical control management system and standards of medical protective consumables. To reduce the s…
  • Cooling is the predominant strategy to alleviate the effects of heat stress on dairy cows. [Review]
    Reprod Domest Anim. 2020 Jul 04 [Online ahead of print]Roth Z
  • Reduced reproductive performance of lactating cows during the summer is associated mainly with intensive genetic selection for high milk production, which places a great load on the thermoregulatory mechanism. In the last decades, a big effort has been made to explore the mechanism by which heat stress compromises fertility. The data gained so far revealed that the effect of thermal stress on the…
  • The effects of emergency medical service work on the psychological, physical, and social well-being of ambulance personnel: a systematic review of qualitative research. [Journal Article]
    BMC Psychiatry. 2020 Jul 03; 20(1):348.Lawn S, Roberts L, … Goble E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Interactions between critical incidents and workplace culture and demands have an overwhelming impact on the psychological, physical and social well-being of ambulance personnel. These include day-to-day managerial actions and responses, the impact of shift work, poorly-managed rosters, and long hours of work with little time between for recovery. Mental health issues result from exposure to traumatic events, and the way managers and peers respond to worker distress. Ambulance personnel suffering from work-related stress feel abandoned by peers, management, and the service, during illness, in return-to-work, and post-retirement. Policy, programmes and interventions, and education need to occur at an individual, peer, organisational, and government level.
  • Wound With Diabetes: Present Scenario And Future. [Journal Article]
    Curr Diabetes Rev. 2020 Jul 03 [Online ahead of print]Pawar KB, Desai S, … Deshmukh AA
  • Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disorder of endocrine system characterized by increase in blood glucose level. Several factors such as pancreatic damage, oxidative stress, infection, genetic factor, obesity, liver dysfunction play a vital role in pathogenesis of diabetes which further lead to serious diabetic complications. Diabetic wound is one such complication where the wound formation occurs,…
  • Ozone Treatment for High-Dose Systemic Steroid-Induced Retinal Injury. [Journal Article]
    Cutan Ocul Toxicol. 2020 Jul 03 [Online ahead of print]Yıldız A, Şehitoğlu MH, … Arıkan S
  • Objective: To investigate the effect of high-dose systemic steroids on retinal tissues and the effectiveness of ozone (O3) therapy.Methods: Twenty-four New Zealand white rabbits were divided into three groups of eight. Group 1 was accepted as the control group, Group 2 received intramuscular 20 mg/kg methylprednisolone acetate and Group 3 received 14 sessions of ozone treatment in addition to m…
  • The psychosocial experience and needs of children newly diagnosed with type 1 diabetes from their own perspective: a systematic and narrative review. [Journal Article]
    Diabet Med. 2020 Jul 03 [Online ahead of print]DeCosta P, Grabowski D, Skinner TC
  • CONCLUSIONS: The initial high prevalence of depressive symptoms following diagnosis is transitional and should be regarded as a normal adaptive response. To facilitate this adaptive process, specific child-centred support should be prioritized as an integrated part of early diabetes care. Our findings point to five inter-related support needs following a type 1 diabetes diagnosis: (1) children need time to adjust to the diagnosis; (2) children need supportive relationships; (3) children need an opportunity for meaningful participation and appropriate protection; (4) children need to engage and explore; and (5) children need to feel supported, but not different.
  • Peri-operative management of frailty in the orthopedic patient. [Review]
    J Orthop. 2020 Nov-Dec; 22:304-307.Mamtora PH, Fortier MA, … Kain ZN
  • The purpose of this investigation was to summarize current research on diagnosis, outcomes, and management of frail patients undergoing orthopedic surgery. Because frail patients are at increased risk of negative post-operative outcomes including increased 30-day mortality and post-operative complications including infections and delirium, such a review is timely. Strategies including supervised …
  • Telehealth in Urology: A Systematic Review of the Literature. How Much Can Telemedicine Be Useful During and After the COVID-19 Pandemic? [Review]
    Eur Urol. 2020 Jun 18 [Online ahead of print]Novara G, Checcucci E, … Research Urology Network (RUN)
  • CONCLUSIONS: Telehealth has been implemented successfully in selected patients with PCa, UI, pelvic organ prolapse, uncomplicated urinary stones, and UTIs. Many urological conditions are suitable for telehealth, but more studies are needed on other highly prevalent urological malignant and benign conditions. Likely, the COVID-19 pandemic will give a significant boost to the use of telemedicine. More robust data on long-term efficacy, safety, and health economics are necessary.
  • Management of Urinary Incontinence With Underactive Bladder: A Review. [Journal Article]
    Int Neurourol J. 2020 Jun; 24(2):111-117.Cho KJ, Kim JC
  • Urinary incontinence is caused by storage function failure, while underactive bladder (UAB) is caused by a decline in detrusor contractility and voiding dysfunction. As the treatment mechanisms for incontinence and UAB are contrary to each other, it is difficult to treat both incontinence and UAB, and the patient's quality of life can be further degraded. Conventional midurethral sling (MUS), suc…
  • [Quality of professional life of working with asylum seekers: compassion satisfaction, burnout and secondary traumatic stress in reception professionals]. [Journal Article]
    G Ital Med Lav Ergon. 2020 Jun; 42(2):94-101.Ciaramella M, Monacelli N
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the last years, in Italy, Extraordinary Reception Centres have been set up to meet the primary and secondary needs of asylum seekers landing on the Mediterranean coast. After the opening of the ERCs, a new professional body, the reception professionals, has been formed in the national territory. According to the context and the goals of the ERC, at the beginning no specific training was required, so their professional profile derived from the different background. Considering their institutional task, such as facilitating the reception and the full care of asylum seekers, the reception professionals are daily involved in the relationship with the respondents and exposed to their traumatic stories or symptoms. In fact, asylum seekers are people who are often deeply traumatized by past experiences, by the journey, but also disoriented and unprepared for the complex experience of reception and integration, wich influence the climate and quality of professional life of reception professionals. As happen in helping professionals continuously exposed to stressful or traumatic events, also in the work of helping for and welcoming asylum seekers there is a high risk of developing the negative symptoms associated with Burnout and vicarious trauma. Although, in the last twenty years, the quality of professional life has been extensively studied in several areas, there are no studies that explore this issue among professionals in the field of reception. In this study, the questionnaire ProQOL 5 was submitted to the reception professionals of the Extraordinary Reception Centres of Parma and its province, actively involved in helping relationship with asylum seekers, with the aim of defining the state of psychosocial well-being and their quality of professional life. Although it has been shown that on average reception professionals report good satisfaction in carrying out their work, three profiles have emerged. The first group reports a higher level of Burnout, the second group a greater Compassion Satisfaction and the third group, instead, a higher level of Burnout and Secondary Traumatic Stress. The data obtained allow to partially fill a gap in the literature. Moreover, the results suggest the need of interventions of prevention and management of organizations, in order to promote the psychosocial well-being of this emerging professional body.
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