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Psychosocial impacts for Oregon healthcare interpreters on the COVID-19 frontlines, a qualitative research study. (2022)In December of 2019, the first case of a concerning, novel coronavirus was detected in Wuhan City, Hubei Province, China. The virus spread quickly around the globe, creating the COVID-19 pandemic and significantly ...
Women who use Drugs and have Experienced Gender-Based Violence: Barriers and Facilitators to Accessing Substance Use Services in Scotland (2022)Against the backdrop of Scotland’s escalating drugs deaths crisis, women who use drugs face severe and unique challenges to accessing substance use support. Among these challenges are widespread experiences of gender-based ...
Contextualising health inequities and respiratory infections-associated with household air pollution among children: present and future challenges for maternal and children mortality reductions in Tanzania' (2022)Background: Health inequities and exposure to household air pollution from unprocessed fuel for cooking has become a significant public health concerns and threats in Tanzania. 85 percent of Tanzanian people use biomass ...
A political economy analysis of non-communicable disease development initiatives and strategies: a systematic literature review (2022)The leading cause of death worldwide is due to non-communicable, or chronic, diseases. The global burden of NCDs is substantial, and has significant negative implications for not just health, but socioeconomic institutions ...
The role of the MHPSS sector in addressing climate change stressors of displaced populations in Jordan (2022)Background Climate change is considered the greatest global health threat facing the world in the 21st century, which threatens to exacerbate social and environmental determinants of health. Despite the growing recognition ...