Mental Health Outcomes Of Various Types Of Fear Among University Students Who Have An Undocumented Legal Status During The Donald Trump Presidency, 2021 The University of San Francisco
Mental Health Outcomes Of Various Types Of Fear Among University Students Who Have An Undocumented Legal Status During The Donald Trump Presidency, Liliana Campos
81818app手机版下载Having an undocumented legal status is a risk factor for mental health conditions such as depression and anxiety among university students. Much of the literature on the experiences of university students who hold an undocumented legal status has primarily focused on better understanding the educational, social, financial, and legal challenges among undergraduate students. The literature has addressed how some of these difficulties impact components of their social and mental health wellness. Yet, there is still a dearth of research focused on further understanding the experiences of students who hold an undocumented legal status from a psychological perspective, and specifically, with ...
A Comprehensive Analysis Of The Importance And Implementation Of Telehealth Behavioral Services In Rural Areas & Schools, 2021 University of Nebraska at Omaha 81818app手机版下载
A Comprehensive Analysis Of The Importance And Implementation Of Telehealth Behavioral Services In Rural Areas & Schools, Mckensi Uecker, Jode Kinnaman
Telehealth is a rapidly expanding mode of health care delivery, improving the efficiency of health care and related support services across the United States. Through telehealth, services are made more accessible, resulting in improved care for those in rural and under severed communities. Improving mental health care in the United States is not a simple fix, and it will require the continued normalization of behavioral health, so that our society will be able to move past the stigma, allowing people to feel comfortable seeking care. The goal of this paper is to address the importance of having access to behavioral ...
Oral Chemotherapy: Safe Handling In The Home, 2020 The University of San Francisco
Oral Chemotherapy: Safe Handling In The Home, Cynthia Huff
DNP Qualifying Manuscripts
Background81818app手机版下载: According to the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (2016), oral anticancer agents (OAC) are hazardous drugs (HD) and require the same safe handling interventions in the home setting as in controlled health care environments. The use of a safe handling checklist for OAC administration is a way nurses can provide safe handling education to patients and caregivers and assess for understanding and competency for critical tasks. Effective home management strategies outlining caregiver protections, proper storage, administration of OACs, spill clean-up, and waste disposal could reduce exposure risks to toxic agents.
Objective: To present a safe-handling checklist and ...
Usp Compliance: A Hazardous Drug Safe Handling Ppe Toolkit For Infusion Nurses, 2020 The University of San Francisco
Usp Compliance: A Hazardous Drug Safe Handling Ppe Toolkit For Infusion Nurses, Cynthia Huff
Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) Projects
Problem: Safety concerns have existed for more than 40 years about how hazardous drug (HD) exposure contributes to long- and short-term adverse health outcomes for healthcare workers (HCWs). Careless handling may cause toxic residues to infiltrate hospital environments and patient care areas, and can even be traced to patients’ homes. New government regulations will require healthcare organizations to minimize exposure risks to HCWs by fully implementing the U.S. Pharmacopeia (USP) Convention Chapter 800: Hazardous Drugs: Handling in Healthcare Settings (USP, 2016) on December 1, 2019. According to Polovich and Olsen (2017), “The implementation of the USP <800> Standards will represent ...800>
Perinatal Substance Use Screenings In Marin County: A Brief Overview Of Screening Protocols And Identifying Gaps In Care, 2020 University of San Francisco 81818app手机版下载
Perinatal Substance Use Screenings In Marin County: A Brief Overview Of Screening Protocols And Identifying Gaps In Care, Breanna Wiliams
Master's Projects and Capstones
Perinatal substance use continues to be a major public health issue in women’s health. The purpose of this study was to determine the frequency of substance use screenings in care and assess how well the existing services in Marin County are serving the needs of pregnant and parenting women and identifying the gaps and/or weaknesses in current practice.
81818app手机版下载Data for this study was collected via semi-structured interviews with five professionals that worked at the local community clinic, hospital and a non-profit agency. Some questions were slightly modified to be configured toward the participant’s specific profession ...
Move For A Healthy Mind: A Program Of Peer-Led Physical Activity For Adolescents With Depression And Anxiety, 2020 The University of San Francisco
Move For A Healthy Mind: A Program Of Peer-Led Physical Activity For Adolescents With Depression And Anxiety, Emily Edwards
Master's Projects and Capstones
The following discusses adolescent depression and anxiety and the utilization of physical activity as an intervention or coping mechanism. Adolescents have been experiencing increased rates of anxiety or depression diagnoses over the past roughly two decades. Adolescence is, physiologically, a formative period in the developmental stage from childhood to adulthood. Current barriers to achieving optimal mental health among the adolescent population include the stigmatization of mental health issues, lack of education, socioeconomic status and healthcare access. Further, physical activity has been studied and identified to be an effective treatment for individuals experiencing depression and anxiety. In an effort to treat ...
Developing A Health Communication Campaign For Disposal Of Unused Opioid Medications, 2020 East Carolina University
Developing A Health Communication Campaign For Disposal Of Unused Opioid Medications, Kathleen L. Egan, Mark Wolfson, Kaylee M. Lukacena, Carina Mazariegos Zelaya, Monique S. Mcleary, Donald W. Helme
Communication Faculty Publications
81818app手机版下载Communities throughout the United States have implemented medicine disposal programs to prevent diversion of unused opioid analgesics from homes but a general lack of awareness may contribute to low rates of utilization. The objective of this study was to develop and test community-based campaign messages promoting appropriate disposal of unused opioids at disposal programs.
In Fall 2019, 491 residents (79% female, 97% White, mean age: 40 years) of five rural, Appalachian counties (3 in Kentucky and 2 in North Carolina) completed a web-based, experimental survey. Participants were randomly exposed to two of four messages and rated each message ...
Understanding The Significance Of Virtual Support During Global Pandemic In Young Adults Diagnosed With Hepatitis C, 2020 The University of San Francisco
Understanding The Significance Of Virtual Support During Global Pandemic In Young Adults Diagnosed With Hepatitis C, Veronika Arkhipova
Master's Projects and Capstones
81818app手机版下载Hepatitis C is a viral infection that attacks the liver and leads to inflammation. In recent years, the prevalence of hepatitis C infections among 20 and 30 years of age has increased by 300 percent, and between 30 and 39 years by 400 percent. Due to the global coronavirus pandemic, people diagnosed with Hepatitis C have lost access to mental health services and resources, including in-person meetings with support groups. Since most states enforced stay-at-home order, many community centers, non-profit organizations that work with Hepatitis C patients and the affected population provide limited to no access to support group meetings ...
The Youthful Pandemic, 2020 Dominican University of California
The Youthful Pandemic, Brook Sahlemariam
Nursing | Senior Theses
This paper attempts to examine the neurological, physical, and societal effects of e-cigarette use among youth and young-adults in North America. Furthermore, the paper investigates the parallels between e-cigarette users, tobacco users, and dual users in regard to behavioral patterns, reasons for use, and age of initiation.
The Impact Of The Deficit Reduction Act Of 2005 On The Length Of Hospital Stay, 2020 CUNY School of Public Health
The Impact Of The Deficit Reduction Act Of 2005 On The Length Of Hospital Stay, Honamattie Dabydeen
Dissertations and Theses
Hospital-acquired infections (HAIs) are the most common complications of hospital care in the United States, and at least 1 in 10 patients admitted to the hospital will develop one. These unnecessary complications lead to about 99,000 premature deaths per year and add approximately $35–$45 billion of direct costs. Most of the cost increase is due to increases in hospital length of stay (LOS). This study examines the effect of a federal policy change on LOS among people with an HAI using the Donabedian quality of health care model as a framework. Specifically, this study examines the ...
A Century Later: Rural Public Health's Enduring Challenges And Opportunities., 2020 University of Southern Maine, Muskie School of Public Service, Maine Rural Health Research Center
A Century Later: Rural Public Health's Enduring Challenges And Opportunities., Erika C. Ziller Phd, Carly Milkowski Mph
The US public health community has demonstrated increasing awareness of rural health disparities in the past several years. Although current interest is high, the topic is not new, and some of the earliest public health literature includes reports on infectious disease and sanitation in rural places. Continuing through the first third of the 20th century, dozens of articles documented rural disparities in infant and maternal mortality, sanitation and water safety, health care access, and among Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities. Current rural research reveals similar challenges, and strategies suggested for addressing rural-urban health disparities 100 years ago resonate ...
Paving A Path To Privatization: The History Of Health Care In Detroit, 2020 Henry Ford College 81818app手机版下载
Paving A Path To Privatization: The History Of Health Care In Detroit, Yasmeen Berry
The Macksey Journal
The aim of this study is to provide insight into the privatization of the public Detroit General Hospital. The reasoning and objections behind giving the only public hospital at the time to a private company are examined. The benefits of privatization were more efficient care, less costs for the city government, more up-to-date equipment, and more competition between hospitals (which supposedly would lead to better health care). However, health care has become more expensive; there has been a loss of public jobs, disassembling of unions, and a larger health equity gap. In addition to this assessment, an evaluation of the ...
Covid-19 Is Associated With Increased Severity In Pregnant Women, 2020 University of Louisville
Covid-19 Is Associated With Increased Severity In Pregnant Women, Zahid Imran, Vidyulata Salunkhe, Ahmed A. Eladely, Ahmed Abdelhaleem, Satya Durugu, Daisy Sangroula
The University of Louisville Journal of Respiratory Infections
Background: COVID-19 pandemic originated in China in late 2019, the number of cases are increasing with 2,104,346 cases and 116,140 deaths in the United States, as of June 16, 2020. Pregnant women are a vulnerable population in epidemics or Pandemics. This Review is designed to look in detail the severity of COVID-19 in pregnant women in comparison to non-pregnant women of reproductive age.
Methods: 81818app手机版下载Literature search on PubMed, Google Scholar, Lancet, and Web of Science were conducted.
Results: 81818app手机版下载We have found the evidence of increased risk for severe disease and distinctive symptoms among pregnant women diagnosed with ...
College Of Public Health News, 2020 Georgia Southern University
College Of Public Health News, Georgia Southern University
Public Health, Jiann-Ping Hsu College of - News
- Clark named Inclusive Excellence Faculty and Staff Fellow
Ethics And Economics Of The Covid-19 Pandemic In The United States, 2020 University of the Pacific 81818app手机版下载
Ethics And Economics Of The Covid-19 Pandemic In The United States, Peter Hilsenrath, Tyrone F. Borders
Health Management and Policy Faculty Publications
The Covid-19 experience provides a natural experiment in personal and social ethics. Difficult decisions are routinely made to optimize lives and livelihoods. This commentary provides background and insight into the ethical and economic foundations underpinning dilemmas of this historic pandemic.
Nitrous Oxide As Pain Relief For Women In Labor, 2020 State University of New York College at Brockport
Nitrous Oxide As Pain Relief For Women In Labor, Mikaela M. Peterson
Senior Honors Theses
81818app手机版下载Labor and childbirth can be a very frightening and anxious time in a woman’s life. Pain is considered a normal, natural and expected part of childbirth and for that reason, it is vitally important to provide women access to different approaches to pain management. Healthcare professionals must be aware of all the options available to women for pain management because it is crucial that women feel they have a choice in what they use for their body. While every woman will experience pain differently, they should be able to have a choice of which measures they use to cope ...
Perceptions Of Women Versus Men In Matter Of Women’S Health, 2020 State University of New York College at Brockport
Perceptions Of Women Versus Men In Matter Of Women’S Health, Catherine Parylo
Senior Honors Theses
Inequalities between men and women within political and health spheres have greatly impacted the way voting aged citizens perceive particular political messages. This is quite apparent within the context of controversial reproductive health issues, such as access to abortion or specific birth control methods. By surveying voting aged, male and female college students from both major American political parties on their perceptions of messages spoken by either traditionally feminine or masculine voices, some of these deeply ingrained biases were revealed. Although speaking the same message of either a very liberal-leaning view on abortion and birth control, or a very conservative ...
Menstrual Equity Within The Homeless Community: The Good, The Bad, And The Bloody, 2020 State University of New York College at Brockport 81818app手机版下载
Menstrual Equity Within The Homeless Community: The Good, The Bad, And The Bloody, Courtney Earle
Senior Honors Theses
Homeless menstruation is a prevalent issue across the United States, however, there is currently a severe lack of academic literature on the topic. This paper is a call to action for feminist and public health scholars to conduct more theory-based research in order to implement effective and inclusive solutions for problems associated with homeless menstruation. I utilized feminist media analysis and discourse analysis to examine articles about homeless menstruation published by popular media sources as well as organizations and businesses that are involved in the fight for menstrual equity. The work that is being done by these organizations and media ...
Practice-Based Learning: Establishing Simple Monitoring Systems To Support Sgbv Programming In Refugee Settings, Chi-Chi Undie, Josephine Ngebeh, Jane Harriet Namwebya, Michael Gaitho, George Odwe, Nachela Chelwa, Harriet Birungi, Michael Mbizvo
Implementers of sexual and gender-based violence programs in refugee settings are typically eager to learn about the extent to which their programs are making a difference in the lives of those they serve. Basic monitoring information can help address this imperative without unduly burdening program implementers with time-consuming evaluations. The Sauti/VOICE project is guiding adaptation and implementation of evidence-based SGBV interventions in refugee contexts. These interventions are implemented by UNHCR partners in eight countries in the East, Horn, and Great Lakes region of Africa. Although Sauti/VOICE is primarily focused on integrating tested SGBV interventions into refugee contexts, monitoring ...
Practice-Based Learning: Medico-Legal Evidence Collection As Part Of Post-Rape Care In Refugee Contexts, Michael Gaitho, Ronald Kotut, Anne Ngunjiri, Jane T. Thiomi, Josephine Ngebeh, Chi-Chi Undie
Health care providers collect an array of documentation and specimens to support criminal investigations. Such documentation and specimens are referred to as “medico-legal” or “forensic” evidence, and in the case of rape, include a survivor’s documented injuries and emotional state at the time of examination, as well as samples and specimens from the survivor’s body or clothing. For survivors of rape and defilement who want to obtain legal justice, medico-legal evidence is critical. In African countries, health providers and the police are depended upon to ensure such evidence is collected, but medico-legal evidence collection can present challenges. Evidence-based ...