Making the case for investment in public health: experiences of Directors of Public Health in English local government
Conclusions DsPH are responding to a new environment; economic arguments and evidence of impact are key components of the case for public health, although multiple factors influence local government (LG) decisions around health improvement. Further evidence of economic impact would be helpful in making the case for public health in LG. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Willmott, M., Womack, J., Hollingworth, W., Campbell, R. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

Lung cancer and urbanization level in a region of Southern Europe: influence of socio-economic and environmental factors
Conclusions The most urbanized areas of the Madrid Region are characterized by higher lung cancer mortality. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Dominguez-Berjon, M. F., Gandarillas, A., Soto, M. J. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

High incidence of aplastic anemia is linked with lower socioeconomic status of Indian population
Background The incidence of aplastic anemia (AA) is common in Asia than in western countries. Methods In a case–control study conducted at a tertiary care hematology center in northern India, 102 patients of AA and 201 controls of other blood disorders (OBD) were included. Sociodemographic data and exposure to drugs, toxins and radiation were collected from the study population using a standard questionnaire. Socioeconomic status (SES) was classified based on a calculated standard of living (SL) score. Univariate and multivariate analyses were carried out to delineate the factors associated with incidence of AA. Re...
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Malhotra, P., Gella, V., Guru Murthy, G. S., Varma, N., Varma, S. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

Health profile and disease determinants among asylum seekers: a cross-sectional retrospective study from an Italian reception centre
Conclusions Communicable diseases were not prevalent in the ASs population we analysed. A stronger cultural mediation support is needed to facilitate prevention, access and continuity of care for ASs. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Russo, G., Vita, S., Miglietta, A., Terrazzini, N., Sannella, A., Vullo, V. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

The hidden practices and experiences of healthcare practitioners dealing with fuel poverty
Conclusion Participants' reliance on temporary material cues resulted in few experiences of recognition of the fuel poor. HCPs' perceptions of patient pride and the lack of personal relationship between doctor and patient presented barriers to identifying fuel poor patients. A limitation of this study is the small sample size of nine participants. These came from two professional groups, which afforded more depth of exploration, but may limit applicability to other professionals. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Mc Conalogue, D., Kierans, C., Moran, A. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

A qualitative study of the impact of the UK 'bedroom tax
Conclusions The bedroom tax has increased poverty and had broad-ranging adverse effects on health, wellbeing and social relationships within this community. These findings strengthen the arguments for revoking this tax. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Moffatt, S., Lawson, S., Patterson, R., Holding, E., Dennison, A., Sowden, S., Brown, J. Tags: Wider determinants Source Type: research

Fearless
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Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Milne, E., Schrecker, T. Tags: Editorial Source Type: research

Evaluation of recruitment and selection for specialty training in public health: interim results of a prospective cohort study to measure the predictive validity of the selection process
Conclusions The current UK national recruitment and selection process for public health specialty training has good predictive validity. The individual components of the process are testing different skills and abilities and together they are providing additive value. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Pashayan, N., Gray, S., Duff, C., Parkes, J., Williams, D., Patterson, F., Koczwara, A., Fisher, G., Mason, B. W. Tags: Methods (online only) Source Type: research

Chinese version of Impact of Weight on Quality of Life for Kids: psychometric properties in a large school-based sample
Conclusions IWQOL-Kids-C is a satisfactory, valid and reliable instrument to assess weight-related quality of life for Chinese children and adolescents aged 11–18 years old. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: He, J., Zhu, H., Luo, X., Cai, T., Wu, S., Lu, Y. Tags: Methods (online only) Source Type: research

Consensus on the criteria needed for creating a rare-disease patient registry. A Delphi study
Conclusion The consensus method used made it possible to define the characteristics of a PR based on expert opinion within a rare-disease framework. This study may serve as a guide for helping other researchers plan and build a rare-disease PR. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Cavero-Carbonell, C., Gras-Colomer, E., Guaita-Calatrava, R., Lopez-Briones, C., Amoros, R., Abaitua, I., Posada, M., Zurriaga, O. Tags: Methods (online only) Source Type: research

Delays in healthcare delivery to sick neonates in Enugu South-East Nigeria: an analysis of causes and effects
Conclusions Delays in seeking healthcare at all levels especially those related to transporting the sick newborn to the hospital are a contributor to newborn mortality in Nigeria. Improving access to healthcare could potentially reduce mortality in the sick newborn. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Ekwochi, U., Ndu, I. K., Osuorah, C. D. I., Onah, K. S., Obuoha, E., Odetunde, O. I., Nwokoye, I., Obumneme-Anyim, N. I., Okeke, I. B., Amadi, O. F. Tags: Interventions (services) (online only) Source Type: research

Older patients' prescriptions screening in the community pharmacy: development of the Ghent Older People's Prescriptions community Pharmacy Screening (GheOP3S) tool
Conclusion A novel explicit screening tool (GheOP3S) was developed to be used for PIP screening in the typical community pharmacy practice. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Tommelein, E., Petrovic, M., Somers, A., Mehuys, E., van der Cammen, T., Boussery, K. Tags: Interventions (services) (online only) Source Type: research

Medication misuse in India: a major public health issue in India
Conclusions This is one of the most comprehensive reviews of medication misuse in India. It indicates the widespread nature of the problem and so highlights the need for action. This review provides a detailed understanding as to the complex interplay of factors that result in medication misuse in India. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Porter, G., Grills, N. Tags: Interventions (services) (online only) Source Type: research

Evaluation of the 'Live Life Better Service, a community-based weight management service, for morbidly obese patients
Conclusions Findings show clinically and statistically significant weight loss among participants with improvements in physical and mental health. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Wallace, D., Myles, P., Holt, R., Van-Tam, J. N. Tags: Interventions (services) (online only) Source Type: research

Nudging healthy food choices: a field experiment at the train station
Conclusions: Repositioning healthy foods is a simple, effective and well-accepted nudge to increase healthy purchases. Moreover, disclosing its purpose does not impact on effectiveness. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Kroese, F. M., Marchiori, D. R., de Ridder, D. T. D. Tags: Interventions (preventative) (online only) Source Type: research

A realist synthesis of the evidence on outreach programmes for health improvement of Traveller Communities
Conclusions Adopting a realist analysis, this study offers a framework with explanatory purchase as to the potential of outreach to improve health in marginalized groups. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Lhussier, M., Carr, S. M., Forster, N. Tags: Interventions (preventative) (online only) Source Type: research

How good is our neonatal BCG uptake? A snapshot in Grampian
Conclusions NHS Grampian has an efficient method for identifying infants at risk of exposure to TB and has good neonatal BCG vaccination coverage. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Shanks, S., Duthie, S. Tags: Interventions (preventative) (online only) Source Type: research

Waterpipe tobacco and electronic cigarette use in a southeast London adult sample: a cross-sectional analysis
Conclusions Waterpipe tobacco was common and more prevalent than e-cigarettes in this population. Interventions to prevent and control waterpipe are unlikely to marginalize traditional waterpipe-using communities. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Jawad, M., Power, G. Tags: Behavioral factors (online only) Source Type: research

Time use clusters in children and their associations with sociodemographic factors
Conclusions The findings demonstrated that sedentariness in youth is multidimensional, and it could not be accurately represented by singular behaviour. There is a potential need when designing specific interventions to reduce a group of sedentary behaviours to tailor these interventions for specific clusters. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Huang, W. Y., Wong, S. H. Tags: Behavioral factors (online only) Source Type: research

Socio-demographic patterns of physical activity and sedentary behaviour in Chile: results from the National Health Survey 2009-2010
Conclusion Physical inactivity correlates strongly with socio-demographic factors such as age, gender and educational level. Results identify social and economic groups to which future public health interventions should be aimed to increase PA in the Chilean population. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Celis-Morales, C., Salas, C., Alduhishy, A., Sanzana, R., Martinez, M. A., Leiva, A., Diaz, X., Martinez, C., Alvarez, C., Leppe, J., Munro, C. A., Siervo, M., Willis, N. D. Tags: Behavioral factors (online only) Source Type: research

Systematic review of adverse health outcomes associated with high serum or red blood cell folate concentrations
Conclusions Our interpretation was complicated by methodological variability. High folate cutoffs varied and often corresponded with normal or desirable blood concentrations. In general, a negative association appeared to exist between reported high folate status and adverse health outcomes. Consistent methods and definitions are needed to examine high folate status and ultimately inform public health interventions. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Colapinto, C. K., O'Connor, D. L., Sampson, M., Williams, B., Tremblay, M. S. Tags: Life course [amp ] epidemiology (online only) Source Type: research

Weight change after 20 years of age and the incidence of dyslipidemia: a cohort study of Japanese male workers
Background While heavier weight is known to increase the incidence of dyslipidemia, limited data are available on the relationship between weight gain and its development. Methods A total of 2647 males were categorized into the following four groups according to the difference between their self-reported weight at 20 years of age and their measured weight in 1994–95: a loss of ≥5% (decrease), loss of
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Sogabe, N., Sawada, S. S., Lee, I.-M., Kawakami, R., Ishikawa-Takata, K., Nakata, Y., Mitomi, M., Noguchi, J., Tsukamoto, K., Miyachi, M., Blair, S. N. Tags: Life course [amp ] epidemiology (online only) Source Type: research

Trends in site- and sex-specific cancer mortality between 1979 and 2010 in Belgium compared with Europe using WHO data
Conclusions Generally, cancer mortality shows a favorable trend in Belgium and Europe. Yet, female lung cancer mortality rates are increasing in Belgium. Furthermore, Belgium still has higher male lung and female breast cancer mortality rates compared with the European regional averages. Considering this and the current smoking prevalence, enduring tobacco control efforts should be made. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Vanthomme, K., Vandenheede, H., Hagedoorn, P., Deboosere, P., Gadeyne, S. Tags: Life course [amp ] epidemiology (online only) Source Type: research

Prostate cancer mortality in Serbia, 1991-2010: a joinpoint regression analysis
Conclusion: The increasing prostate cancer mortality trend implies the need for more effective measures of prevention, screening and early diagnosis, as well as prostate cancer treatment in Serbia. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Ilic, M., Ilic, I. Tags: Life course [amp ] epidemiology (online only) Source Type: research

Ethnic inequalities in dental caries among adults in East London
Conclusions This study showed considerable disparities in dental caries between and within the major ethnic categories, which were independent of demographics and SEP. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Delgado-Angulo, E. K., Bernabe, E., Marcenes, W. Tags: Life course [amp ] epidemiology (online only) Source Type: research

Influence of premature birth on the health conditions, receipt of special education and sport participation of children aged 6-17 years in the USA
Conclusions Prematurity may be associated with negative outcomes as infants transition into childhood and adolescence. Interventions within the life-course perspective are needed to alleviate the long-term consequences of prematurity. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Kodjebacheva, G. D., Sabo, T. Tags: Life course [amp ] epidemiology (online only) Source Type: research

Socioeconomic position in young adulthood is associated with BMI in Australian families
Background Low socioeconomic position (SEP) is associated with increased cardiovascular (CV) disease risk, but the relative importance of SEP in childhood and adulthood, and of changes in SEP between these two life stages, remains unclear. Studies of families may help clarify these issues. We aimed to assess whether SEP in young adulthood, or change in SEP from childhood to young adulthood, was associated with five continuously measured CV risk factors. Methods We used data from 286 adult Australian families from the Victorian Family Heart Study (VFHS), in which some offspring have left home (n = 364) and some remained at...
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Scurrah, K. J., Kavanagh, A. M., Bentley, R. J., Thornton, L. E., Harrap, S. B. Tags: Wider determinants (online only) Source Type: research

Increase in socioeconomic inequalities in mortality in a Southern European region: a small-area ecological study
Conclusion In a context of an economic boom, inequalities were observed to increase among adults by a greater improvement in the most privileged groups. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Gandarillas, A. M., Dominguez-Berjon, M. F., Soto, M. J. Tags: Wider determinants (online only) Source Type: research

Socio-demographic characteristics, lifestyle factors and burden of morbidity associated with self-reported hearing and vision impairments in older British community-dwelling men: a cross-sectional study
Conclusions Sensory impairment is associated with poor physical functioning, poor health and poor social interaction in older men. Further research is warranted on pathways underlying these associations. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Liljas, A. E. M., Wannamethee, S. G., Whincup, P. H., Papacosta, O., Walters, K., Iliffe, S., Lennon, L. T., Carvalho, L. A., Ramsay, S. E. Tags: Wider determinants (online only) Source Type: research

Geographic variation and socio-demographic determinants of the co-occurrence of risky health behaviours in 27 European Union member states
Conclusions The above analyses indicate significant geographical and social variation in the distribution of the co-occurrence of behavioural risk factors for disease development. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Filippidis, F. T., Agaku, I. T., Vardavas, C. I. Tags: Wider determinants (online only) Source Type: research

Does government spending help to promote healthy behavior in the population? Evidence from 27 European countries
Conclusions While health spending can be considered a relevant policy tool for increasing sport participation rates, education spending is required more since the effects are larger and it affects both physical activity and sport. This suggests that health spending will have most effect combined with earlier influences from education spending. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Lera-Lopez, F., Wicker, P., Downward, P. Tags: Wider determinants (online only) Source Type: research

The lack of a non-communicable disease curriculum threatens the relevance of global public health education
Conclusion For public health schools to be aligned with global realities and to retain a leadership role, curricular initiatives that highlight the NCD epidemic and its societal complexities will need new emphasis. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 6, 2016 Category: Health Management Authors: Greenberg, H., Leeder, S. R., Shiau, S. Tags: Wider determinants (online only) Source Type: research

Of what use (or harm) is a positive health definition?
Conclusion There are theoretical and ethical reasons to define health merely as the absence of disease and other health impairments. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - June 2, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Severe tetanus in Malawi: where are the female patients?
Conclusion Adult generalized tetanus is no longer very common in Malawi. Severe tetanus nowadays seems to be a predominantly male disease in Malawi. Post-exposure immunization and co-immunization for the male partner during antenatal care should be intensified. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 28, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Carbon monoxide alarms: a community distribution project
Conclusions There is considerable scope for increasing CO education and alarm uptake. Both of these approaches can be used to achieve this. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 27, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Obesity and mental health among adults in France
Conclusion Demographic factors play important roles in obesity and mental health. Policy interventions should address obesity and mental health jointly and be gender specific. Promoting a physically active lifestyle and education can have definitive impacts. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 27, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Erratum to: Building capacity to reduce health inequalities through health promotion in Europe
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Source: Journal of Public Health - May 27, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Family characteristics and health-related behaviours influence physical fighting involvement in late adolescence: a study from 13 to 17 years of age
Conclusion Our results show that family characteristics and modifiable behavioural trajectories are important determinants of later involvement in physical fighting. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 26, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Gender differentials in prevalence of self-reported non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in India: evidence from recent NSSO survey
This study examines the current scenario of the self-reported prevalence of non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in India and states, with a gender perspective. It also explores different factors affecting the prevalence of NCDs among men and women. Subjects and methods The study has used data from recent NSSO (71st Round, 2014) survey. Simple bivariate analyses are used to calculate the prevalence rate of NCDs per thousand persons. Binary logistics regression is applied to examine the effects of demographic and socioeconomic variables on the prevalence of NCDs. ...
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 19, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Sex-related differences in frequency and perception of stressful life events during adolescence
Conclusion While previous research highlighted severe stressors in adult samples, we investigated for the first time adolescents with a broader scope of stressful events. The observed differences in the stress experience may contribute to explain the sex-dependent variations in the incidence of stress-related disorders. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 12, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Oral conditions and trouble sleeping among preschool children
Abstract Aim To investigate the association between oral conditions and trouble sleeping among preschool children. Subject and methods A population-based cross-sectional study was carried out with a representative sample of 837 children aged 3–5 years. Dental caries, traumatic dental injury (TDI) and malocclusion were determined through clinical examinations. The DMFT index and the classification proposed by Andreasen et al. (2007) were used to diagnose dental caries and TDI, respectively. Parents/caregivers answered a questionnaire about socioecon...
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 12, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Anemia in pregnancy: Factors influencing knowledge and attitudes among mothers in southeastern Nigeria
Abstract Aim Explored the factors that influence knowledge and attitudes toward anemia in pregnancy (AIP) in southeastern Nigeria. Subjects and Methods We surveyed 1500 randomly selected women who delivered babies within 6 months of the survey using a questionnaire. Twelve focus group discussions were held with the grandmothers and fathers of the new babies, respectively. Six in-depth interviews were held with health workers in the study communities. Results Awareness of AIP was high. Knowledge of its prevention an...
Source: Journal of Public Health - May 4, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Psychosomatic problems in relation to alcohol use and physical exercise: a study between 1988 and 2011 among adolescents in Sweden
Conclusion Adolescents with the greatest psychosomatic symptom load were the most likely to engage in unhealthy lifestyles. This may mean multiplied risks of future psychopathology and warrants longitudinal investigations. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - April 28, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Is there evidence for better health care for cancer patients in certified centers? A systematic review
Conclusion In order to improve certification processes, focusing on patient-relevant endpoints such as quality of life, survival time and patient satisfaction would allow concentrating on patient-centered needs and simplify the process of certification. Those working in the certification process should strive for an independent evaluation of their programs including patient-relevant outcome parameters. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - April 25, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Lifestyle health risk factors and multiple non-communicable diseases among the adult population in India: a cross-sectional study
This article investigated the relationship between lifestyle factors and the co-occurrence of multiple chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Subjects and methods Cross-sectional analysis of results from the World Health Organization Study on Global Ageing and Adult Health (WHO SAGE) was conducted in India in 2007. Subjects were aged 18 years and older. Multiple NCD morbidity was measured by a simple count of self-reported chronic NCDs from a list of nine. Five lifestyle risk factors were evaluated: (1) tobacco use, (2) alcohol consumption, (3) fruit and vegetable consumption...
Source: Journal of Public Health - April 25, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Impact of acculturation and its factors on metabolic syndrome in South Asian American adults from two community health centers
The objective was to ascertain the degree of acculturation and whether acculturation factors (language, identity, friendship, and/or behavior) are associated with MetS in SA Americans by gender. Subjects and methods Clinical and demographic data were collected from a cross-section of 401 apparently healthy, 18–70-year-old patients, who visited two community health centers (May 2014 through June 2013) in Maryland. Discriminant analysis was performed to identify the acculturation variables that were associated in patients with and without MetS by gender. ...
Source: Journal of Public Health - April 8, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Hepatitis C diagnostic management gap in Pakistan—Clinicians’ knowledge impacting public health
Conclusion Diagnostic management of HCV in Pakistan is compromised as clinicians utilize molecular testing as a screening tool rather than using the international guideline for utilizing anti-HCV for the diagnosis of HCV. Furthermore, the results of the liver function tests are being used to justify the generation of molecular tests. This practice is an important parameter in the diagnostic and disease management of HCV in Pakistan and requires robust clinician awareness at the national level. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - April 2, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

Self-efficacy, self-care behaviours and glycaemic control in type 2 diabetic patients in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Conclusion Most respondents had low self-efficacy scores and low levels of diabetes self-care behaviours. Healthcare providers in Saudi Arabia should include aspects of self-efficacy theory when designing educational programmes that can result in improvement of self-care behaviours and hence achieve optimal glycaemic control. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - March 22, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

A nested case-control study on type-specific persistent HPV infection in Uyghur women
Conclusion The risk factors for persistent HPV infection for Uyghur women included having HPV16 infection, having menopause and not using condoms. Regular screening and close follow-up should be carried out in this high-risk population. (Source: Journal of Public Health)
Source: Journal of Public Health - March 22, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research

A collaborative care program for management of common mental disorders among diabetic patients in a primary healthcare setting
Abstract Aims Type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) is a chronic condition with high and increasing prevalence. Psychiatric disorders are very common among these patients. We aimed to assess the effect of a collaborative care program for management of common mental disorders among T2DM patients on their metabolic outcomes. Subjects and methods In this before-after study, a group of T2DM patients was enrolled from nine chronic care centers of a primary healthcare service. A trained team managed both the psychiatric and metabolic conditions according to evidence...
Source: Journal of Public Health - March 22, 2016 Category: Health Management Source Type: research