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2021-03-26 Research Article
María José Calero*, Ana Raquel Ortega Martínez and José Luis Castillo Galán
Knowing the possible origin of sexist attitudes in adolescents is essential when educating them to avoid gender violence derived from them. Nurses have an important role in education for the health of children and adolescents, so we must study the risk factors that lead to th...
2021-03-23 Research Article
Eunsook Choi* and Sunhee Park
Purpose: In an aspect of qualitative treatment, this research gathered lung cancer patients’ actual experiences to understand deeply, such as their expectation for treatment results, their difficulties during treatment, and their various requests to their family and med...
2021-03-16 Review Article
Thomas A Sharon*
The NIH has published treatment guidelines for treating COVID-19 patients in the hospital. However, as of this writing, there are no established protocols for treating COVID-19 positive patients in primary care. Accordingly, this investigator has taken on the task of reviewin...
2021-02-11 Research Article
Ana Raquel Braga* and Irene P Carvalho
Objective: In primary care, during treatments, nurses may need to wear surgical masks, namely for control of infection contamination, or to minimize unpleasant odors. The goal of this study is to inspect the effect of nurses wearing the mask on patient perception of the nurse...
2021-02-01 Case Report
Eileen Haley, MSN, RN., Victoria Harris, MPH., Parag Agnihotri, MD., Jamie Kwak and Ming Tai-Seale, PhD, MPH*
COVID-9 created a public health crisis shutting down many normal day-to-day activities and adversely affecting life, as we know it.
2020-12-22 Case Report
Japan enjoys the longest expectation of life at birth among major developed countries, and one possible reason for this is that obesity is rare in Japan. Further, COVID-19 death rate is extremely low in South Korea and Japan compared to the other developed countries, and low obesity rate may be r...
2020-12-14 Mini Review
2020-10-20 Review Article
Fifty years of Washington’s fixes for healthcare have brought us to the brink: insurance is unaffordable and care is unavailable, certainly not in time. The way to make healthcare work for We the Patients (all Americans) is to take healthcare authority away from third-p...
2020-10-05 Research Article
Sewunet Ademe, Mekia Mohammed and Afework Edmealem
Background: Post exposure chemoprophylaxis can prevent human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection in risk healthcare workers; however routine adoptions of these practices by the workers have been limited.
Objective: To assess know...
2020-07-22 Research Article
Lea Ochayon*, Hana Spiro and Ilana Kadmon
Aim: To compare the expectations and the reality of oncology patients in terms of to the use of medical cannabis, including symptom control and related quality of life.
Research question: Is there a difference between oncology patie...