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The impacts of collaboration between local health care and non …

WEBBackground Policymakers in many countries promote collaboration between health care organizations and other sectors as a route to improving population health. …

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Health literacy and public health: A systematic review and …

WEBHealth literacy is a term introduced in the 1970s [ 1] and of increasing importance in public health and healthcare. It is concerned with the capacities of people to meet the complex …

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Health indices for the evaluation and monitoring of health in …

WEBBackground Health indicators are used in different settings to monitor health outcomes. Child and adolescent health is arguably one of the most important areas for the …

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Health literacy, health perception and related factors among …

WEBBackground Low levels of health literacy are associated with increased hospitalization rates, problems regarding the proper intake of medications, poor general health and increased …

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Articles BMC Public Health

WEBBMC Public Health: Impactful open access research, with a 4.5 Impact Factor and 32 days to first decision. As the second largest open access public health

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Racial/ethnic differences in social determinants of health and …

WEBIntroduction With the recent emergence of the Healthy People 2030 goals there is a need to understand the role of SDOH on health inequalities from an upstream perspective. This …

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Inclusive and intersectoral: community health improvement …

WEBWe conducted a comparative plan evaluation by scoring 13 CHIPs on their inclusion of equity orientation, inclusive planning processes, and five social determinants of health: …

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Family health climate: a qualitative exploration of everyday family

WEBBackground The family is an important social environment for children’s, adolescents’ and adults’ health. However, studies mostly focused on dyadic and unidirectional influences …

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Health literacy in childhood and youth: a systematic review of

WEBBackground Children and young people constitute a core target group for health literacy research and practice: during childhood and youth, fundamental cognitive, physical and …

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Public health education using social learning theory: a systematic

WEBPublic health as the science and technology of improving the environment, preventing disease, prolonging life expectancy, promoting physical and mental health, and fostering …

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The effectiveness of community engagement in public health

WEBBackground Inequalities in health are acknowledged in many developed countries, whereby disadvantaged groups systematically suffer from worse health outcomes such as lower …

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The effects of public health policies on health inequalities in high

WEBSocio-economic inequalities are associated with unequal exposure to social, economic and environmental risk factors, which in turn contribute to health inequalities. Understanding …

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E-cigarette environmental and fire/life safety risks in schools

WEBThis survey, disseminated to New Jersey secondary school teachers across seven sessions January–July 2019, resulted in 104 complete responses of 109 respondents. …

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Psychological distress mediates the association between COVID-19

WEBThe COVID-19 pandemic has substantially influenced the physical and psychological well-being of populations globally [].Beyond the direct impact on physical health, there are …

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Implement social prescribing successfully towards

WEBSome clients who access healthcare services experience problems due to the wider determinants of health which cannot be addressed (solely) by the medical sector. Social …

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Effects of health education during public health emergencies on …

WEBBackground Schools are high incidence places for public health emergencies. Good health literacy helps students cope with public health emergencies. Overall, the health literacy …

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About BMC Public Health

WEBBMC Public Health is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that considers articles on the epidemiology of disease and the understanding of all aspects of public health. The …

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Migration and health: a global public health research priority

WEBMigration and health are increasingly recognized as a global public health priority [ 1 ]. Incorporating mixed flows of economic, forced, and irregular migration, migration has …

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Changes in metabolic overweight phenotypes over time and risk …

WEBBackground Overweight/obesity is considered an independent risk factor for nephrolithiasis, but little is known about its effect on nephrolithiasis according to metabolic health status. …

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Housing as a social determinant of health and wellbeing: …

WEBBackground The role of housing as a social determinant of health is well-established, but the causal pathways are poorly understood beyond the direct effects of physical housing …

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Theories, models and frameworks used in capacity building …

WEBBackground There is limited research on capacity building interventions that include theoretical foundations. The purpose of this systematic review is to identify underlying …

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Impact of secondhand smoke on air quality in

WEBBackground Smoking is a leading cause of premature mortality and morbidity globally. The pollutants generated from smoke are not only harmful to smokers, but also to those …

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