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1946 4
1947 2
1948 6
1954 2
1955 16
1956 15
1957 14
1958 14
1959 14
1960 16
1961 19
1962 16
1966 8
1967 92
1968 217
1969 179
1970 236
1971 281
1972 217
1973 227
1974 448
1975 465
1976 494
1977 463
1978 508
1979 511
1980 477
1981 400
1982 301
1983 292
1984 274
1985 240
1986 275
1987 292
1988 404
1989 483
1990 607
1991 642
1992 596
1993 612
1994 626
1995 622
1996 552
1997 619
1998 719
1999 766
2000 765
2001 830
2002 929
2003 868
2004 831
2005 831
2006 891
2007 966
2008 1181
2009 1236
2010 1246
2011 1339
2012 1493
2013 1729
2014 1771
2015 1926
2016 1983
2017 2006
2018 2205
2019 1027
2020 11
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Patient preference in primary care provider type
Leach B, et al. Healthc (Amst) 2018. PMID 28602803
METHODS: Using data from the 2014 Association of American Medical Colleges' (AAMC) Consumer Survey of Health Care Access, we used qualitative analysis to identify themes in open text responses of reasons for respondents' provider type preference (N = 4220). ...CONCLUSIONS: Provider qualifications and previous health care experiences are cited as key reasons for preferring all provider types. ...
METHODS: Using data from the 2014 Association of American Medical Colleges' (AAMC) Consumer Survey of Health Care Access, we u …
Workplace Violence toward Physicians and Nurses: Prevalence and Correlates in Macau
Cheung T, et al. Int J Environ Res Public Health 2017. PMID 28777333 Free PMC article.
The data collection period spanned from August to December 2014. Multiple logistic regression examines the prevalence rates of WPV and its associated factors in doctors and nurses. ...Macau's local health authority should consider putting in place a raft of zero-tolerance policies designed to prevent it....
The data collection period spanned from August to December 2014. Multiple logistic regression examines the prevalence rates of WPV an …
Physical abuse of children and adolescents: do health professionals perceive and denounce?
Martins-Júnior PA, et al. Cien Saude Colet 2019. PMID 31340278 Portuguese, English. Free article.
This study aimed to evaluate whether health professionals perceive and report physical abuse in children/adolescents. A total of 62 health professionals (dentists, physicians and nurses) from Diamantina/MG who attend to children and adolescents answered a questionnaire. ...Health professionals perceive child abuse, and physicians are the ones who most report the cases....
This study aimed to evaluate whether health professionals perceive and report physical abuse in children/adolescents. A total of 62 …
A systematic review of musculoskeletal disorders among dental professionals
Hayes M, et al. Int J Dent Hyg 2009 - Review. PMID 19659711
This review provides a detailed examination and discussion regarding the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) in dental personnel and possible causative factors. ...
This review provides a detailed examination and discussion regarding the prevalence of musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) in dental personne
Estimating Time Physicians and Other Health Care Workers Spend with Patients in an Intensive Care Unit Using a Sensor Network.
Butler R, et al. Am J Med 2018. PMID 29649458
BACKGROUND: Time and motion studies have been used to investigate how much time various health care professionals spend with patients as opposed to performing other tasks. ...Location and contact data were used to classify the type of task being performed by health care workers. RESULTS: For physicians, 14.73% (17.96%) of their time in the unit during the day shift (night shift) was spent in patient rooms, compared with 40.63% (30.09%) spent in the physician work room; the remaining 44.64% (51.95%) of their time was spent elsewhere. ...
BACKGROUND: Time and motion studies have been used to investigate how much time various health care professionals spend with patients …
Claim Costs, Musculoskeletal Health, and Work Exposure in Physical Therapists, Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapist Assistants, and Occupational Therapist Assistants: A Comparison Among Long-Term Care Jobs.
Kotejoshyer R, et al. Phys Ther 2019. PMID 31222334
About half of therapy personnel reported "never" or "rarely" using patient/resident-lifting equipment. Therapy personnel, nursing aides, and housekeeping/dietary/maintenance personnel reported the highest physical job demands. LIMITATIONS: Causal inference cannot be determined due to the cross-sectional nature of the survey data. Study findings are relevant only to therapy work in long-term care settings because exposures vary in other health care settings (hospitals, outpatient, and others). ...
About half of therapy personnel reported "never" or "rarely" using patient/resident-lifting equipment. Therapy personnel, nurs …
Vaccination coverage in healthcare workers: a multicenter cross-sectional study in Italy
Genovese C, et al. J Prev Med Hyg 2019 - Clinical Trial. PMID 31041405 Free PMC article.
INTRODUCTION: In recent years, a phenomenon known as "vaccine hesitancy" has spread throughout the world, even among health workers, determining a reduction in vaccination coverage (VC).A study aimed at evaluating VC among healthcare workers (HCWs) in 10 Italian cities (L'Aquila, Genoa, Milan, Palermo, Sassari, Catanzaro, Ferrara, Catania, Naples, Messina) was performed. ...The mean and standard deviation (SD) were calculated with regard to the quantitative variable (age), while absolute and relative frequencies were obtained for categorical data (sex, professional profile, working sector, vaccination status). ...
INTRODUCTION: In recent years, a phenomenon known as "vaccine hesitancy" has spread throughout the world, even among health workers, …
Relationships between dental personnel and non-dental primary health care providers in rural and remote Queensland, Australia: dental perspectives.
Stuart J, et al. BMC Oral Health 2017. PMID 28629349 Free PMC article.
Interview data were analysed using thematic analysis with the assistance of QSR Nvivo v.10. RESULTS: Four major themes emerged from the data: (1) Communication between dental practitioners and rural primary care providers; (2) Relationships between dental and primary care providers; (3) Maintenance of professional dualism; (4) Strategies to improve interprofessional relationships (with subthemes: face to face meetings; utilisation of technology; oral health training for primary care providers; and having a community based oral health contact person). ...CONCLUSIONS: The findings suggest that there was little relationship between the dental personnel and primary care providers. ...
Interview data were analysed using thematic analysis with the assistance of QSR Nvivo v.10. RESULTS: Four major themes emerged from t …
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