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  1. Stunting increases morbidity and mortality, hindering mental development and influencing cognitive capacity of children. This study aimed to examine the trends and determinants of stunting from infancy to midd...

    Authors: Senahara Korsa Wake, Temesgen Zewotir, Kebede Lulu and Yemane Hailu Fissuh
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:60
  2. The Dakshata program in India aims to improve resources, providers’ competence, and accountability in labour wards of public sector secondary care hospitals. Dakshata is based on the WHO Safe Childbirth Checklist...

    Authors: Samiksha Singh, Nanda Kishore Kannuri, Aparajita Mishra, Leena Gaikwad, Rajan Shukla, Mukta Tyagi and Swecha Chamarty
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:57
  3. The rates for the delayed initiation of breastfeeding in Uganda remain unacceptably high between 30% and 80%. The reasons for this are not well understood. We aimed to determine the prevalence and predictors f...

    Authors: Loyce Kusasira, David Mukunya, Samuel Obakiro, Kiyimba Kenedy, Nekaka Rebecca, Lydia Ssenyonga, Mbwali Immaculate and Agnes Napyo
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:56
  4. The study aims to explore the association between cigarette smoking with blood exposure to volatile organic compounds using population data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 20...

    Authors: Guangjie Wu, Shiwei Gong, Yan He and Dong Liu
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:55
  5. The Risk Assessment for moving Individuals SafEly (RAISE) program is a hospital-based manual handling nursing training program. RAISE involves upskilling on continual risk assessment during patient-assisted mo...

    Authors: Natasha K Brusco, Christine Graven, Leanne Boyd, Helen Kugler, Helen Dawes, Helen Rawson, Lynne Clayton, Suzanna Tan, Victoria A Goodwin, Abi J Hall and Nicholas F Taylor
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:53
  6. Private clinics are important places for residents to obtain daily medical care. However, previous researches mainly focused on public medical institutions but ignored the issue of systematic allocation of soc...

    Authors: Wei Li, Fang-Juan Du and Ou Ruan
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:52
  7. Vaccination of healthcare workers (HCW) aims to protect them and to reduce transmission to susceptible patients. Influenza, measles, pertussis, and varicella vaccinations are recommended but not mandatory for ...

    Authors: Sophie Vaux, Laure Fonteneau, Muriel Péfau, Anne-Gaëlle Venier, Arnaud Gautier, Sophan Soing Altrach, Pierre Parneix and Daniel Levy-Bruhl
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:51
  8. For presumptive Tuberculosis (TB) case referral to be effective, most of the referred cases need to present themselves to health facilities for assessment and testing. Otherwise, cases of TB could be missed, a...

    Authors: Habtamu Milkias, Delenasaw Yewhalaw and Gemeda Abebe
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:50
  9. The healthcare transition (HCT) from pediatric to adult HIV care can be disruptive to HIV care engagement and viral suppression for youth living with HIV (YLH).

    Authors: Florence Momplaisir, Kassandra McGlonn, Megan Grabill, Kaelo Moahi, Hervette Nkwihoreze, Kayla Knowles, Roberta Laguerre, Nadia Dowshen, Sophia A. Hussen, Amanda E. Tanner and Elizabeth D. Lowenthal
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:49
  10. The health and well-being of pregnant women can influence pregnancy outcomes and are closely associated with social support and experiences of stress. Poor nutrition predisposes to poor health with choline int...

    Authors: Liska Robb, Elizabeth Margaretha Jordaan, Gina Joubert, Jennifer Ngounda and Corinna May Walsh
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:48
  11. Women and girls experience menstruation throughout their reproductive years. Normal adolescent menstrual cycles gauge current and future reproductive health. Dysmenorrhea (painful menstruation) is the most pre...

    Authors: Rula Ghandour, Weeam Hammoudeh, Hein Stigum, Rita Giacaman, Heidi Fjeld and Gerd Holmboe-Ottesen
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:47
  12. Malnutrition is the major cause of mortality and morbidity globally with undernutrition contributing about 45% of all deaths of under five children. Besides the direct effects of protracted conflicts, the macr...

    Authors: Quraish Sserwanja, Osman Omer Adam, Eissa Hassan Mohamed, Mohammed Bashir Adam and Linet M. Mutisya
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:46
  13. There is no source of data on causes of death in Senegal that covers both community and hospital deaths. Yet the death registration system in the Dakar region is relatively complete (>80%) and could be expande...

    Authors: Khadim Niang, Atoumane Fall, Samba Ndiaye, Maguette Sarr, Khady Ba and Bruno Masquelier
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:45
  14. Since 2000, an increasing misuse of emergency services in Belgium was noticed. In 2015, a multidisciplinary task-force designed a triage system. Trained operators and integrated triage protocols were installed...

    Authors: Sarah Hertens, Chris Van der Mullen and Birgitte Schoenmakers
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:43
  15. Tuberculosis (TB) is a serious infectious disease that is one of the leading causes of death worldwide. This study aimed to investigate the spatial and temporal distribution patterns and potential influencing ...

    Authors: Zhi-Yi Chen, Xin-Yi Deng, Yang Zou, Ying He, Sai-Juan Chen, Qiu-Ting Wang, Dian-Guo Xing and Yan Zhang
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:42
  16. Full functional status recovery which is a multidimensional concept, that includes personal care, infant and family care, social and occupational activities and adjusting to the role of motherhood may require ...

    Authors: Marelign Tilahun Malaju
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:41
  17. The reference intervals (RIs), proposed by the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) and the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), were derived for ...

    Authors: Y. M. Tuakashikila, H. M. Mata, M. M. Kabamba, A. M. Malumba and J. K. Tuakuila
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:40
  18. There are known disparities in COVID-19 resource utilization that may persist during the recovery period for some patients. We sought to define subpopulations of patients seeking COVID-19 recovery care in term...

    Authors: Ann-Marcia C. Tukpah, Jhillika Patel, Beret Amundson, Miguel Linares, Meera Sury, Julie Sullivan, Tajmah Jocelyn, Brenda Kissane, Gerald Weinhouse, Nancy Lange-Vaidya, Daniela Lamas, Khalid Ismail, Chandan Pavuluri, Michael H. Cho, Elizabeth B. Gay and Matthew Moll
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:39
  19. One major factor causing food insecurity is believed to be poverty. Approximately 20 million Iranians live in slums with a vulnerable socioeconomic context. The outbreak of COVID-19, on top of the economic san...

    Authors: Hassan Joulaei, Parisa Keshani, Zohre Foroozanfar, Sima Afrashteh, Zahra Hosseinkhani, Mohammad Ali Mohsenpour, Ghasem Moghimi and Arash Homayouni Meymandi
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:38
  20. Non-communicable diseases behavioral risk factors can be improved if effective interventions are designed considering the health system’s capabilities and local resources. This study evaluated the effectivenes...

    Authors: Mehran Asadi-Aliabadi, Seyed M. Karimi, Fariba Mirbaha-Hashemi, Arash Tehrani-Banihashemi, Leila Janani, Ebrahim Babaee, Marzieh Nojomi and Maziar Moradi-Lakeh
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:37
  21. Hardly any area of application for health apps is seen to be as promising as health and lifestyle support in type 2 diabetes mellitus. Research has emphasised the benefits of such mHealth apps for disease prev...

    Authors: Julian Wangler and Michael Jansky
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:36
  22. The association of breaks in sedentary time with outcomes of physical function can vary according to the time of day. We examined the association of the diurnal pattern of breaks in sedentary time with physica...

    Authors: Ting-Fu Lai, Yung Liao, Chien-Yu Lin, Ming-Chun Hsueh, Mohammad Javad Koohsari, Ai Shibata, Koichiro Oka and Ding-Cheng Chan
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:35
  23. Universal Health Coverage (UHC) is considered a strategic component of the Sustainable Development Goals specifically for goal 3 which seeks to ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all, where all in...

    Authors: Robert Kokou Dowou, Hubert Amu, Farrukh Ishaque Saah, Oluwafemi Adeagbo and Luchuo Engelbert Bain
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:34
  24. Asset mapping is a commonly used method in public health to identify and describe the resources within a community. However, there is currently a lack of standardization in the methods used for asset mapping, ...

    Authors: Jack Healy, Shokufeh Ramirez, Megan Knapp and Carolyn Johnson
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:33
  25. In April 2020, insurance coverage for risk-reducing salpingo-oophorectomy (RRSO) for breast cancer patients with hereditary breast and ovarian cancer (HBOC) syndrome and BRCA testing were started in Japan. We inv...

    Authors: Katsuyuki Konnai, Hiroyuki Fujiwara, Masakazu Kitagawa, Reina Wakabayashi, Asuna Yumori, Tsuguto Notomi, Ryo Onose, Hisamori Kato and Hiroto Narimatsu
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:32
  26. Community drug retail outlets (CDROs) are among the initial healthcare facilities where pharmacists play a crucial role in preventing and managing noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). Therefore, this study assesse...

    Authors: Ashenafi Kibret Sendekie, Abera Dessie Dagnaw and Ephrem Mebratu Dagnew
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:31
  27. Health equity has persistently been a global concern. How to fairly and appropriately allocate health resources is a research hotspot. While Western China is relatively backward economically and presents diffi...

    Authors: Zheng Wang, Haoyu He, Xi Liu, Hongkuang Wei, Qiming Feng and Bo Wei
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:30
  28. Disabilities may play a different role in determining people’s physical activity (PA) and physical inactivity (PI) levels when they go through multiple lifetime transitions (e.g., graduation, marriage) between...

    Authors: Jihoon Jung, Seungyeon Park and Chung Gun Lee
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:29
  29. Low birth weight (LBW) predisposes physical and mental growth failure and premature death among infants. Studies report that LBW predominately explains infant mortality. However, existing studies rarely demons...

    Authors: Arup Jana, Unnati Rani Saha, R. S. Reshmi and T. Muhammad
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:28
  30. Adolescent pregnancy increases risk of short- and long-term adverse social and health outcomes for the adolescent mother and child. Zambia has high prevalence rates of adolescent pregnancy. However, the risk f...

    Authors: Gift Malunga, Sidney Sangong, Farrukh Ishaque Saah and Luchuo Engelbert Bain
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:27
  31. Evidence on the relationship between psychosocial well-being and physical activity (PA) is insufficient, especially in young adults between 18 and 29 years. Identifying protective factors for psychosocial well...

    Authors: Kaija Appelqvist-Schmidlechner, Risto Heikkinen, Tommi Vasankari, Toni Virtanen, Kai Pihlainen, Tuomas Honkanen, Heikki Kyröläinen and Jani P. Vaara
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:26
  32. Based on findings of increasing alcohol consumption in older adults, it is important to clarify the health consequences. Using data from the Tromsø study, we aimed to investigate the relationship between diffe...

    Authors: Line Tegner Stelander, Geir Fagerjord Lorem, Anne Høye, Jørgen G. Bramness, Rolf Wynn and Ole Kristian Grønli
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:25
  33. The severity of the HIV epidemic in the United States’ rural South highlights geographic, socioeconomic, and racial disparities that disproportionately affect poor Black Americans. Approximately 16% of Alabami...

    Authors: Madeline C. Pratt, Oluwaseyi O. Isehunwa, Ingrid V. Bassett, Mirjam-Colette Kempf, Bretia Gordon and Lynn T. Matthews
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:24
  34. Despite extensive research carried out on medication administration errors (MAEs) in the domain of infusion therapy, there is limited knowledge on nurse’s perceptions on the occurrence of MAEs during infusion ...

    Authors: Charlotte Beaudart, Maureen Witjes, Paul Rood and Mickael Hiligsmann
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:23
  35. The creating healthy eating and active environments survey (CHEERS) is an audit tool used to assess the nutrition and physical activity environment in early childhood education and care (ECEC) centres. Availab...

    Authors: Lynne M. Z. Lafave
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:22
  36. Early in 2020, healthcare providers faced the novel virus COVID-19 that had unprecedented risk to them and the community they serve. With COVID-19 high infectivity rate and considerable morbidity and mortality...

    Authors: Aljazia Khalfan Alghfeli, Amal Abdul Rahim Al Zarooni, Hamda Musabbah Alremeithi, Roqayah Abdulla Almadhaani and Latifa Baynouna Alketbi
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:21
  37. Access to accurate, timely and age-appropriate information about menarche is an essential part of menstrual health. Reliable evidence shows that girls primarily obtain information from their mothers and/or oth...

    Authors: Michela Accerenzi, Pablo Brañas-Garza and Diego Jorrat
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:20
  38. Private hospitals expanded rapidly in China since 2009 following its national health reform encouraging private investment in the hospital sector. Despite long-standing debates over the performance of differen...

    Authors: Qingping Xue, Dong Roman Xu, Terence C. Cheng, Jay Pan and Winnie Yip
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:19
  39. Physical activity (PA) plays an important role in optimizing health outcomes throughout pregnancy. In many low-income countries, including Nepal, data on the associations between PA and pregnancy outcomes are ...

    Authors: Noha Algallai, Kelly Martin, Krupali Shah, Kusum Shrestha, Jean-Francois Daneault, Archana Shrestha, Abha Shrestha and Shristi Rawal
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:18
  40. Health benefits of physical activity are very well acknowledged but the role of both occupational physical activity (OPA) and leisure time physical activity (LTPA) in recovery after work is not thoroughly unde...

    Authors: Tiina Karihtala, Anu M. Valtonen, Hannu Kautiainen, Leila Hopsu, Janne Halonen, Ari Heinonen and Sampsa Puttonen
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:17
  41. We examined health trajectories of Dutch older workers across their exit from the workforce in the 1990s, 2000s, and 2010s, testing the hypothesis that pre-post-exit health trajectories of workers with favoura...

    Authors: Maaike van der Noordt, Theo G. van Tilburg, Suzan van der Pas, Bram Wouterse and Dorly J. H. Deeg
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:16
  42. Despite the importance of monitoring health disparities by multiple socioeconomic categories, there have been no recent updates on the prevalence of general health indicators by socioeconomic categories. The p...

    Authors: Yeonwoo Kim, Christian Vazquez and Catherine Cubbin
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:15
  43. Air pollutants are a health risk for the entire population. Particulate matter (PM) including the smallest fraction, ultra-fine particles (UFP), therefore continue to be the focus of scientific research in thi...

    Authors: Elisabeth Pfleger, Christoph Adrian, Regina Lutz and Hans Drexler
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:14
  44. The inequality caused by circumstances is known as "inequality of opportunity" (IOp). Many scholars have studied IOp in the health field, but few studies have quantified contributors to the IOp of health servi...

    Authors: Lin Zhu, Mingyao Peng, Luyan Jiang and Zhonghua Wang
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:13
  45. Sexually transmitted infection rates continue to increase across the US, further developing health disparities and economic burdens of disease, especially as migration occurs. In this study, we aim to assess t...

    Authors: Ella Valleroy, Aaron Reed and Joseph S. Lightner
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:12
  46. Faulty dietary habits and overnutrition are prevalent among Egyptian patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) who do not receive nutrition care as part of treatment. Thus, this study was conducted to identify the...

    Authors: Zeinab Afifi, Amr Hassan, Nebal Abdelrahman, Asmaa El Sayed and Marwa Salem
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:11
  47. Since 1986, WHO has advised that applying action principles such as citizen participation and intersectoral collaboration leads to better health. However, less is known about the workability of these principle...

    Authors: Marja A. J. G. de Jong, Gerda Wink, Maria A. Koelen and Annemarie Wagemakers
    Citation: Archives of Public Health 2023 81:9

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