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State of the Public Health Workforce: Trends and

Details: State health departments sustain critical public health services while remaining agile to emerging threats and population needs. 2 In recent years, agencies have done so with a shrinking workforce. From 2012 to 2019, the state health workforce decreased by almost 10%, from 101 619 full-time equivalents (FTEs) to 91 540 FTEs.

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Examining the Relationship between Health Literacy and

Details: Health literacy is defined as the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic information and services needed to make appropriate decisions regarding their health. 4 Noting an estimated 90 million Americans with inadequate health literacy, a growing number of studies suggest that these patients are at increased risk of decreased health care access

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Establishing the Centrality of Health Informatics in

Details: Within health informatics, we focus most specifically on the subdiscipline of clinical informatics, which is centered on the representation, collection, retrieval, and use of health information in clinical practice. 22-24 Clinical informaticians work to transform health care by designing, implementing, and evaluating information systems that

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Health Literacy, Health Disparities, and Sources of Health

Details: Low health literacy in older adults has been associated with poor health outcomes (i.e., mortality, decreased physical and cognitive functioning, and less preventive care utilization). Many factors associated with low health literacy are also associated with health disparities. Interaction with healthcare providers and sources of health

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Evidence of impact: health, psychological and social

Details: mily basis. We trace these consequences from their origin in the health and wellbeing of adults on whom children depend, through multiple pathways to negative impacts for children. As effective treatment reduces vertical transmission, the needs of affected children will predominate. Pathways include exposure to HIV in utero, poor caregiver mental or physical health, the impact of illness

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Advantages of personal health records : Nursing2020

Details: A personal health record (PHR) is an electronic application developed and maintained by patients to maintain and manage their health information in a private, secure, and confidential environment. 1 Independent PHRs aren't associated with the electronic health record (EHR). 2 Independent PHRs can be printed, downloaded, or accessed via a tablet or smartphone for improved accessibility. 3 In

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Promoting Patient- and Family-Centered Care Through

Details: Patient- and family-centered care is an approach to the planning, delivery, and evaluation of health care that is grounded in mutually beneficial partnerships among patients, their families, and health care professionals. It redefines the relationships in health care by placing an emphasis on collaborating with patients of all ages, and their

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Fixing America's Health Care System : AJN The American

Details: Fixing America's Health Care System. Brown, Theresa PhD, RN. Author Information. Theresa Brown is a hospice nurse and a frequent contributor to the New York Times, as well as the author of The Shift: One Nurse, Twelve Hours, Four Patients’ Lives (Algonquin Books, 2015). Contact author: [email protected]

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Spirituality and Health: The Development of a Field

Details: Spirituality is an essential element of humanity. It encompasses individuals’ search for meaning and purpose; it includes connectedness to others, self, nature, and the significant or sacred; and it embraces secular and philosophical, as well as religious and cultural, beliefs and practices. 1 Spirituality has been foundational in health care for centuries but became overshadowed by early

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Implementing Home Health Standards in Clinical Practice

Details: Implementing Home Health Standards in Clinical Practice. Gorski, Lisa A. MS, APRN, BC, CRNI. Author Information. Reprinted from the Handbook of Home Health Care Administration. Home Healthcare Now: February 2016 - Volume 34 - Issue 2 - p 76-85. doi: 10.1097/NHH.0000000000000349.

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Health and Illness Over Time: The Trajectory Perspective

Details: The pattern of health over time is called a health trajectory.As suggested in the conceptual framework for the Minnesota Center for Health Trajectory Research (Wyman & Henly, 2011), health over time results from multiple factors operating in nested genetic, biological, behavioral, social, cultural, environmental, political, and economic contexts that change as a person develops.

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Health Care Access and Physical and Behavioral Health

Details: Access to publicly funded health services for immigrants, particularly for those who are undocumented, is a politically polarizing issue. Undocumented immigrants are explicitly excluded from the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s (ACA) health insurance exchanges, cost-sharing reductions, health insurance mandate, tax credits, and the expansion of Medicaid’s traditional provisions.

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Health Disparities Based on Socioeconomic Inequities

Details: Health is unevenly distributed across socioeconomic status. Persons of lower income, education, or occupational status experience worse health and die earlier than do their better-off counterparts. This article discusses these disparities in the context of urban medical practice.

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Trends in Health Disparities, Health Inequity, and Social

Details: nown. Objectives The aim of this study was to examine the National Institute of Nursing Research’s (NINR) funding for research focused on health disparities, health inequities, and SDOH, relative to other key NIH institutes. Methods Data on 32,968 projects funded by NINR, the National Cancer Institute, the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, and the National Institute of Minority

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Advocacy and the Health and Fitness Professional : ACSM's

Details: The national focus on promoting health, eliminating health disparities, and ensuring health equity, as outlined in Healthy People 2020, has become part of the national spotlight and conversation ().Physical inactivity is a pressing health concern given that approximately 90% of adults do not engage in the recommended minimal amount of physical activity ().

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A Systematic Review of Health Disparities Research in

Details: The Children’s Health Insurance Program extends coverage to 9.6 million children in families with an income too high to qualify for Medicaid. 25 Although Medicaid and the Children’s Health Insurance Program both provide basic health care coverage, additional benefits are regulated at a state level and vary between the programs. 26

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Why Effective Health Advocacy Is So Important Today

Details: Health professionals have participated and continue to participate in health care discussions about public programs as experts, health advocates, and stakeholders, sharing their experiences and values in the hope of influencing health policy. These discussions about public programs and health policy could intensify after the elections.

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Caring for patients who are homeless : Nursing2021

Details: These include achieving and promoting health equity, eliminating health disparities, improving health literacy, and creating healthy social and physical environments. 27,28 Although there have been both improvements and shortcomings in healthcare for patients who are homeless, quantifying the details has represented a challenge. 29 Identifying

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Retention strategies and interventions for health workers

Details: 1 The Centre for Remote Health: a Joanna Briggs Institute Affiliated Group. 2 Flinders Northern Territory, Flinders University, Alice Springs, Australia. 3 Menzies School of Health Research, Alice Springs, Australia. 4 School of Rural Health, Monash University, Bendigo, Australia. Correspondence: Sonia Hines, [email protected] SH is a senior associate editor of JBI Evidence Synthesis and was

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The Link Between Workforce Health and Safety and the

Details: A growing body of evidence supports the concept that focusing on the health and safety of a workforce is good business. Engaging in a comprehensive effort to promote wellness, reduce the health risks of a workforce, and mitigate the complications of chronic illness within these populations can produce remarkable effects on health care costs, productivity, and performance.

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Health Literacy and Nursing: An Update : AJN The American

Details: Health literacy refers to a patient's knowledge and skill in making informed health care decisions. Low health literacy is associated with poor health outcomes that nurses have the potential to affect. Screening tools are available to assess a patient's health literacy, but not all are easy to use. Recently health literacy experts have

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Staffing Ratios and Burnout : AJN The American Journal of

Details: Staffing Ratios and Burnout. The recent National Academy of Medicine (NAM) report Taking Action Against Clinician Burnout: A Systems Approach to Professional Well-Being found that 35% to 54% of U.S. nurses and physicians exhibit substantial burnout symptoms (“Restoring a Burned-Out Workforce,” AJN Reports, February). 1 Despite the NAM

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Impact of Culture on Health Outcomes : Journal of

Details: The goals of palliative care are to decrease suffering, to improve health outcomes within the constraints of the disease, and to increase the quality of life of the patient and family until death. 1,2 These goals appear to be universally desired, but little is known about the acceptability of the means to achieve these ends among diverse

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Integrating Health and Safety in the Workplace: How

Details: eading national and international programs aimed at creating a culture of health and safety in the workplace were compared and contrasted. Results: A list of forty variables was selected, making it clear there is a wide variety of approaches to integration of health and safety in the workplace. Conclusion: Depending on how well developed the culture of health and safety is within a company

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Health Informatics in the Public Health 3.0 Era

Details: The strong connection between LHDs, local Health Information Exchanges, and provider networks is a step in the right direction, but LHDs' role in curating “community vital signs” data at the neighborhood level and connecting health and human services is more critical than ever. 8 We must make further investments in data exchanges that

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Health Effects of Nurses' Long Working Hours : Emergency

Details: Health Effects of Nurses' Long Working Hours. Emergency Medicine News: November 2004 - Volume 26 - Issue 11 - p 34. By the very nature of their work, nursing personnel are susceptible to workplace injuries. Nurses have long suspected that the longer hours they work in health care settings, the longer their exposure to physical and psychosocial

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Increasing Physical Activity Using An Ecological Model

Details: Kristi M. King, Ph.D., CHES,is an associate professor in the exercise physiology and community health programs in the Department of Health and Sport Sciences at the University of Louisville in Kentucky.Dr. King’s research focuses on the improvement of health through community-based physical activity and nutrition interventions and policies.

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Evaluation of Health Information Technology – Key Elements

Details: The author declare no conflicts of interest. Cite this article as: Lee, T. T. (2016) Evaluation of Health Information Technology – Key Elements in the Framework. The Journal of Nursing Research, 24 (4), 283–285. doi: 10.1097/jnr.0000000000000192. Journal of Nursing Research: December 2016 - Volume 24 - Issue 4 - p 283-285.

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Relationship between mental health and awareness of the

Details: The awareness of mental health knowledge was significantly negatively correlated with the total score of mental health, hostility, interpersonal sensitivity, maladjustment, emotional instability, and psychological imbalance scores. (r = 0.135, 0.182, 0.194, 0.189, −0.2, 0.124, P < .05). Left-behind middle school students’ psychological

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Mental health in nursing: A student's perspective

Details: Nursing: January 2021 - Volume 51 - Issue 1 - p 52-55. doi: 10.1097/01.NURSE.0000694764.76416.f9. Free. A stigma around mental health issues within healthcare and nursing itself has created a culture of perfectionism in the workplace, and nurses struggle to live up to the expectations while pushing aside their feelings, thoughts, and needs.

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Mobile health applications for the management of primary

Details: Hypertension is a growing public health problem worldwide, the rate of blood pressure control is still unsatisfactory. Many m-health applications are applied to the management of hypertension, The developers claim apps can improve the medication adherence and control the blood pressure.

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Telehealth: Enhancing collaboration, improving care

Details: An important function of this telehealth system is the ability to remotely transmit patient health status information and vital signs to specialized disease management clinicians at HHVN. Monitoring nurses stay on the alert for the early warning signs of illness and complications inherent with chronic disease and can quickly transmit

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The Related Factors of Nurses’ Participation and Perceived

Details: Health policies affect the nursing profession and healthcare (Shariff, 2015). Discussions about health policies and health-policy reforms have focused increasingly on the need for greater participation by nurses and midwives. This need was first identified formally in 2000 and gained a significantly higher profile through its inclusion in the

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The importance of professional standards : Nursing made

Details: For example, if a nurse discloses on a social media site that he or she is providing care to a specific patient, it potentially violates the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. Violating a professional standard can expose you and your healthcare …

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LGBT Health : AJN The American Journal of Nursing

Details: LGBT Health. Nesbitt, Vicki RN. Author Information. Vicki Nesbitt, RN. Cleveland, GA. AJN, American Journal of Nursing: September 2014 - Volume 114 - Issue 9 - p 12. doi: 10.1097/01.NAJ.0000453731.05358.d5. Free. A vast amount of information is available to both the LGBT community and nurses—in print, online, and in various support groups.

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Implementing Curriculum Change: Choosing Strategies

Details: They also believe that health systems science (defined later) is a key pillar of medical education, like basic and clinical sciences. They believe that rather than trying to fit in the curricular changes around the existing curriculum, “We must start with our desired outcomes and goals and work backward to reimagine our classroom and

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Nurse-Led Health Clinics Show Positive Outcomes : AJN The

Details: Community-based clinics led by advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) have a positive impact on health outcomes, patient satisfaction, and access to care, according to a recent systematic review. Whether these clinics are also cost-effective, however, wasn't clear since few of the studies in the review examined that question.

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Barriers to health care services in migrants and potential

Details: 1. INTRODUCTION. Globally, there are an estimated 258 million international migrants, and their health is an issue of growing importance. 1 In Taiwan, there were approximately 720 000 international migrants (54.5% women) in 2017. 2 The proportion of migrants to the general population in Taiwan (3.0%) is higher than in neighboring Korea (2.3%), Japan (1.8%), and China (0.1%). 2–4

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Community Health Ambassadors: A Model for Engaging

Details: s. The Community Health Ambassadors Program (CHAP) is a training and education demonstration program designed to engage leaders from diverse communities to help eliminate health disparities in North Carolina. The program's current focus is on improving diabetes awareness, management, and prevention. CHAP involves multiple state and local community and healthcare professional …

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Fracking, the Environment, and Health : AJN The American

Details: Fracking, the Environment, and Health. McDermott-Levy, Ruth PhD, RN; Kaktins, Nina MSN, RN; Sattler, Barbara DrPH, RN. Author Information. Ruth McDermott-Levy is an assistant professor at the Villanova University College of Nursing, Villanova, PA; Nina Kaktins is an adjunct nursing professor at the Chatham University College for Continuing and

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Oregano: Overview of the Literature on Health Benefits

Details: Oregano contains several potent antioxidants that may contribute to the findings in preliminary studies that oregano exhibits benefits toward the cardiovascular and nervous systems, relieves symptoms of inflammation, and modulates blood sugar and lipids. Well-controlled human studies substantiating these health effects are lacking.

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Health Informatics: Ethical Issues : The Health Care Manager

Details: Abstract. Ethics is a component of the education of health care managers and supervisors. Recent advances in the technologies of health informatics present these leaders with new ethical challenges. Holding the promise of beneficence, these technologies are purported to increase access, improve quality, and decrease the costs of care.

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The importance of mental health : The Nurse Practitioner

Details: National Mental Health Awareness Month is in May, but October 5-11 is National Mental Health Awareness Week, which includes National Depression Screening Day on October 10. In my primary care practice, approximately 75% of each visit is spent on mental health issues ranging from minor situational reactions to deep-rooted psychiatric conditions.

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Bringing home effective nursing care for the homeless

Details: The Department of Health and Human Services outlined several goals related to homelessness in Healthy People 2020: achieve health equity, eliminate disparities, and create healthy social and physical environments. 26 Even though future research is essential to determine nursing's role in how to best reach these goals, nurses have the skills and

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RISKS OF TREADMILLS IN HEALTH/FITNESS FACILITIES: Ready

Details: Health/fitness facilities should have a preventive maintenance program for the treadmills and have them regularly maintained, cleaned, and serviced only by qualified personnel and technicians. Treadmills in health/fitness facilities should be regularly inspected for any sources of hazards, including malfunctioning, wear and tear, and

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Atheism and Mental Health : Harvard Review of Psychiatry

Details: Abstract. The exploration of the impact of religiosity on mental health is an enduring, if somewhat quiet, tradition. There has been virtually no exploration, however, of the influence of atheism on mental health. Though not a “religion,” atheism can be an orienting worldview that is often consciously chosen by its adherents, who firmly

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Community Environmental Health Assessment: What Is It

Details: Community environmental health assessment (CEHA) is a systematic process to identify environmental health risks and create a practical action plan to address key environmental health issues within a target population. Many different approaches exist to employ CEHA. Efforts could be limited to public health and government officials.

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Commentary: Systemic Racism in Maternal Health Care

Details: The health care industry must be receptive to change and become in tune with the maternal health care needs of women of color. This involves acknowledging the extent of structural racism within health institutions, along with respecting the survival strategies that challenge racism by centering the experiences and perspectives of women of color

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Cultural Diversity, Health Care Disparities, and Cultural

Details: Health status is further affected by poverty, lack of access to health care, and language barriers. Almost all factors cited as health care problems among Hispanic Americans are either preventable or remediable. To eliminate health disparities in this growing minority group, emphasis must be placed on prevention and treatment. African Americans

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