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Prevalence and associated factors for poor mental health among young migrants in Sweden: a cross-sectional study. 瑞典年轻移民心理健康状况不佳的发生率和相关因素:一项横断面研究。
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q1 Medicine Pub Date : 2024-12-31 Epub Date: 2024-01-05 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2023.2294592
Sara Causevic, Anna Mia Ekström, Nicola Orsini, Anna Kagesten, Susanne Strömdahl, Mariano Salazar

Background: Young migrants face multiple challenges that can affect their mental, sexual and reproductive health.

Objective: To assess the prevalence of self-reported poor mental health and its associated demographic, post-migration and sexual risk behaviour factors among young migrants (aged 15-25) in Sweden.

Methods: Data were drawn from a cross-sectional survey conducted with migrants aged 15-65 years old in Sweden between December 2018 and November 2019 (n = 6449). Among these, 990 participants aged 15-25 were eligible for the study. Mental health was measured using the Refugee Health Screener-13. Missing data indicator analysis and multivariable logistic regression models were conducted to estimate the association between mental health, sexual risk behaviour, demographic and migration-related variables.

Results: Of the 990 participants, 59% reported poor mental health. Participants reporting poor mental health were more likely to be female (AOR:1.63, 95% CI:1.18-2.25), to have lived in Sweden more than three years (AOR:2.16, 95% CI:1.17-3.97), to engage in any sexual risk behaviour (AOR:1.99, 95% CI:1.25-3.17), and to live alone (AOR:1.95, 95% CI:1.25-3.03) or with friends they already knew (AOR:1.60, 95% CI:1.37-4.91). People arriving from the Americas (AOR:0.54, 95% CI:0.33-0.88), Asia (AOR:0.44, 95% CI:0.22-0.86), Europe (AOR:0.30, 95% CI:0.14-0.61) and Africa (AOR 0.37, 95% CI: 0.23-0.60) had lower odds of poor mental health than those arriving from Syria.

Conclusion: The prevalence of poor mental health among young migrants in Sweden was high, with specific subgroups (women, asylum seekers, people arriving from Syria, and those residing longer in Sweden) being particularly vulnerable. Our results indicate the interconnectedness between poor mental health and sexual risk behaviour in this population. Thus, policies targeting young migrants should ensure that healthcare services screen for both poor sexual and mental health at the same time.

背景:年轻移民面临着可能影响其心理健康、性健康和生殖健康的多重挑战:评估瑞典年轻移民(15-25 岁)自我报告的不良心理健康及其相关的人口、移民后和性行为风险因素的普遍程度:数据来自 2018 年 12 月至 2019 年 11 月期间对瑞典 15-65 岁移民进行的横断面调查(n = 6449)。其中,990 名 15-25 岁的参与者符合研究条件。心理健康采用难民健康筛选器-13进行测量。研究人员进行了缺失数据指标分析和多变量逻辑回归模型,以估计心理健康、性风险行为、人口统计学和移民相关变量之间的关联:结果:在 990 名参与者中,59% 的人表示心理健康状况不佳。报告心理健康状况不佳的参与者更有可能是女性(AOR:1.63, 95% CI:1.18-2.25)、在瑞典居住超过三年(AOR:2.16, 95% CI:1.17-3.97)、有任何性行为(AOR:1.63, 95% CI:1.18-2.25)。97)、有任何性危险行为(AOR:1.99,95% CI:1.25-3.17)、独居(AOR:1.95,95% CI:1.25-3.03)或与已认识的朋友一起居住(AOR:1.60,95% CI:1.37-4.91)。来自美洲(AOR:0.54,95% CI:0.33-0.88)、亚洲(AOR:0.44,95% CI:0.22-0.86)、欧洲(AOR:0.30,95% CI:0.14-0.61)和非洲(AOR:0.37,95% CI:0.23-0.60)的人比来自叙利亚的人心理健康状况不佳的几率要低:结论:在瑞典的年轻移民中,心理健康状况不佳的发生率很高,而特定的亚群体(女性、寻求庇护者、来自叙利亚的移民以及在瑞典居住时间较长的移民)尤其容易受到影响。我们的研究结果表明,在这一人群中,不良的心理健康与性风险行为之间存在着相互关联。因此,针对年轻移民的政策应确保医疗保健服务同时筛查不良的性健康和心理健康。
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The evolution, facilitators, barriers, and additional activities of acute flaccid paralysis surveillance platform in polio eradication programme Bangladesh: a mixed-method study. 孟加拉国根除脊髓灰质炎计划中急性弛缓性麻痹监测平台的演变、促进因素、障碍和其他活动:一项混合方法研究。
IF 2.2 3区 医学 Q2 PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH Pub Date : 2024-12-31 Epub Date: 2024-06-27 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2370096
Humayra Binte Anwar, Yameen Mazumder, Sanjana Nujhat, Bushra Zarin Islam, Anna Kalbarczyk, Olakunle Alonge, Malabika Sarker

Background: The Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) helped develop the standard acute flaccid paralysis surveillance (AFP) system worldwide, including, knowledge, expertise, technical assistance, and trained personnel. AFP surveillance can complement any disease surveillance system.

Objective: This study outlines AFP surveillance evolution in Bangladesh, its success and challenging factors, and its potential to facilitate other health goals.

Methods: This mixed-method study includes a grey literature review, survey, and key informant interviews (KIIs). We collected grey literature from online websites and paper documentation from GPEI stakeholders. Online and in-person surveys were conducted in six divisions of Bangladesh, including Dhaka, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Chittagong, Sylhet, and Khulna, to map tacit knowledge ideas, approaches, and experiences. We also conducted KIIs, and Data were then combined on focused emerging themes, including the history, challenges, and successes of AFP surveillance programme.

Results: According to the grey literature review, survey, and KII, AFP surveillance successfully contributed to decreasing polio in Bangladesh. The major facilitating factors were multi-sectoral collaboration, Surveillance Immunization Medical Officer (SIMO) network activities, social environment, community-based surveillance, and promising political commitment. On the other hand, high population growth, hard-to-reach areas, people residing in risky zones, and polio transition planning were significant challenges. Bangladesh is also utilizing these polio surveillance assets for other vaccine-preventable diseases.

Conclusion: As the world is so close to eradicating polio, the knowledge, and other assets of the AFP surveillance, could be used for other health programmes. In addition, its strengths can be leveraged for combating new and emerging diseases.

背景:全球根除脊髓灰质炎行动(GPEI)帮助开发了全球标准急性弛缓性麻痹监测(AFP)系统,包括知识、专业技能、技术援助和训练有素的人员。急性弛缓性麻痹监测可以补充任何疾病监测系统:本研究概述了急性弛缓性麻痹监测在孟加拉国的发展、其成功与挑战因素,以及其促进其他健康目标的潜力:这项混合方法研究包括灰色文献回顾、调查和关键信息提供者访谈 (KII)。我们从在线网站上收集灰色文献,并从 GPEI 利益相关者处收集纸质文献。我们在孟加拉国的六个省(包括达卡、拉杰沙希、兰普尔、吉大港、锡尔赫特和库尔纳)进行了在线和面对面调查,以了解隐性知识的想法、方法和经验。我们还进行了 KII,然后就新出现的重点主题(包括甲胎蛋白监测计划的历史、挑战和成功经验)对数据进行了合并:根据灰色文献回顾、调查和 KII,AFP 监测成功地帮助减少了孟加拉国的脊髓灰质炎。主要的促进因素包括多部门合作、监测免疫医务官(SIMO)网络活动、社会环境、基于社区的监测以及充满希望的政治承诺。另一方面,高人口增长率、难以到达的地区、居住在危险区域的居民以及脊髓灰质炎过渡规划都是重大挑战。孟加拉国还将这些小儿麻痹症监测资产用于其他疫苗可预防疾病的监测:结论:由于世界距离根除小儿麻痹症的目标如此之近,AFP 监测的知识和其他资产可用于其他健康计划。此外,还可利用其优势来防治新的和正在出现的疾病。
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Policy analysis of the global financing facility in Uganda 乌干达全球融资机制政策分析
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q2 PUBLIC, ENVIRONMENTAL & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH Pub Date : 2024-06-19 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2336310
Phillip Wanduru, Doris Kwesiga, Mary Kinney, Asha George, Peter Waiswa
In 2015, Uganda joined the Global Financing Facility (GFF), a Global Health Initiative for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child, and Adolescent Health (RMNCAH). Similar initiatives have been foun...
2015 年,乌干达加入了全球筹资机制(GFF),这是一项针对生殖、孕产妇、新生儿、儿童和青少年健康(RMNCAH)的全球健康倡议。类似的倡议已被发现。
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Methodological issues of retrospective surveys for measuring mortality of highly clustered diseases: case study of the 2014–16 Ebola outbreak in Bo District, Sierra Leone 测量高度聚集性疾病死亡率的回顾性调查方法问题:塞拉利昂博城地区 2014-16 年埃博拉疫情案例研究
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q1 Medicine Pub Date : 2024-04-26 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2331291
Grazia Caleo, Kamalini Lokuge, Katina Kardamanidis, Jane Greig, Jaroslava Belava, Emer Kilbride, Alhaji Sayui Turay, Gbessay Saffa, Ronald Kremer, Francesco Grandesso, Kostas Danis, Armand Sprecher, Gian Luca Di Tanna, Holly Baker, Helen A. Weiss
There is a lack of empirical data on design effects (DEFF) for mortality rate for highly clustered data such as with Ebola virus disease (EVD), along with a lack of documentation of methodological ...
目前还缺乏关于埃博拉病毒病(EVD)等高度聚集数据的死亡率设计效应(DEFF)的经验数据,也缺乏方法论方面的文献资料。
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Care-seeking patterns and timely access to care among survivors of sexual violence in North Kivu, the Democratic Republic of the Congo: a retrospective file-based study. 刚果民主共和国北基伍省性暴力幸存者的求医模式和及时就医情况:一项基于档案的回顾性研究。
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q1 Medicine Pub Date : 2024-04-25 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2336708
Hanna Reinholdz, A. Agardh, M. Verputten, Joseph Byenda, Helena Frielingsdorf
BACKGROUNDSexual violence is widespread in war-torn North Kivu province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). Timely access to care is crucial for the healing and wellbeing of survivors of sexual violence, but is problematic due to a variety of barriers. Through a better understanding of care-seeking behaviours and factors influencing timely access to care, programmes can be adapted to overcome some of the barriers faced by survivors of sexual violence.OBJECTIVEThe aim of this study was to describe demographics, care-seeking patterns and factors influencing timely care-seeking by survivors of sexual violence.METHODSRetrospective file-based data analysis of sexual violence survivors accessing care within two Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) programmes supporting the Ministry of Health, in North Kivu, DRC, 2014-2018.RESULTSMost survivors (66%) sought care at specialised sexual violence clinics and a majority of the survivors were self-referred (51%). Most survivors seeking care (70%) did so within 3 days. Male survivors accessing care were significantly more likely to seek care within 3 days compared to females. All age groups under 50 years old were more likely to seek care within 3 days compared to those aged 50 years and older. Being referred by the community, a family member, mobile clinic or authorities was significantly associated with less probability of seeking care within 3 days compared to being self-referred.CONCLUSIONAccess to timely health care for survivors of sexual violence in North Kivu, DRC, is challenging and varies between different groups of survivors. Providers responding to survivors of sexual violence need to adapt models of care and awareness raising strategies to ensure that programmes are developed to enable timely access to care for all survivors. More research is needed to further understand the barriers and enablers to access timely care for different groups of survivors.
背景在饱受战争蹂躏的刚果民主共和国(DRC)北基伍省,性暴力十分普遍。及时就医对性暴力幸存者的康复和福祉至关重要,但由于存在各种障碍,就医困难重重。通过更好地了解寻求护理的行为和影响及时获得护理的因素,可以调整护理计划,克服性暴力幸存者面临的一些障碍。结果大多数幸存者(66%)在性暴力专科诊所寻求治疗,大多数幸存者是自我转诊(51%)。大多数幸存者(70%)在 3 天内就诊。与女性相比,男性幸存者更有可能在 3 天内寻求治疗。与 50 岁及以上年龄组相比,50 岁以下的所有年龄组都更有可能在 3 天内寻求护理。由社区、家庭成员、流动诊所或当局转介与自我转介相比,在 3 天内就医的可能性更低。为性暴力幸存者提供服务的机构需要调整护理模式和提高意识策略,以确保制定的计划能够让所有幸存者及时获得护理。需要开展更多研究,以进一步了解不同幸存者群体及时获得护理的障碍和促进因素。
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The role of chest X-ray in the diagnosis of neonatal respiratory distress syndrome: a systematic review concerning low-resource birth scenarios. 胸部 X 射线在诊断新生儿呼吸窘迫综合征中的作用:针对资源匮乏的分娩环境的系统性回顾。
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q1 Medicine Pub Date : 2024-04-25 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2338633
Gabriela Silveira Neves, Zilma Silveira Nogueira Reis, Roberta Maia de Castro Romanelli, Jannine Dos Santos Nascimento, André Dias Sanglard, James Batchelor
BACKGROUNDAccess to diagnostic tools like chest radiography (CXR) is challenging in resource-limited areas. Despite reduced reliance on CXR due to the need for quick clinical decisions, its usage remains prevalent in the approach to neonatal respiratory distress syndrome (NRDS).OBJECTIVESTo assess CXR's role in diagnosing and grading NRDS severity compared to current clinical features and laboratory standards.METHODSA review of studies with NRDS diagnostic criteria was conducted across six databases (MEDLINE, EMBASE, BVS, Scopus-Elsevier, Web of Science, Cochrane) up to 3 March 2023. Independent reviewers selected studies, with discrepancies resolved by a senior reviewer. Data were organised into descriptive tables to highlight the use of CXR and clinical indicators of NRDS.RESULTSOut of 1,686 studies screened, 23 were selected, involving a total of 2,245 newborns. All selected studies used CXR to diagnose NRDS, and 21 (91%) applied it to assess disease severity. While seven reports (30%) indicated that CXR is irreplaceable by other diagnostic tools for NRDS diagnosis, 10 studies (43%) found that alternative methods surpassed CXR in several respects, such as severity assessment, monitoring progress, predicting the need for surfactant therapy, foreseeing Continuous Positive Airway Pressure failure, anticipating intubation requirements, and aiding in differential diagnosis.CONCLUSIONCXR remains an important diagnostic tool for NRDS. Despite its continued use in scientific reports, the findings suggest that the study's outcomes may not fully reflect the current global clinical practices, especially in low-resource settings where the early NRDS approach remains a challenge for neonatal survival.Trial registration: PROSPERO number CRD42022336480.
背景在资源有限的地区,获得胸片(CXR)等诊断工具具有挑战性。目的评估与当前临床特征和实验室标准相比,CXR 在诊断和分级 NRDS 严重程度中的作用。方法截至 2023 年 3 月 3 日,在六个数据库(MEDLINE、EMBASE、BVS、Scopus-Elsevier、Web of Science、Cochrane)中对具有 NRDS 诊断标准的研究进行了综述。独立审稿人对研究进行筛选,不一致之处由资深审稿人解决。结果在筛选出的 1686 项研究中,有 23 项入选,共涉及 2245 名新生儿。所有入选研究均使用 CXR 诊断 NRDS,其中 21 项研究(91%)使用 CXR 评估疾病严重程度。有 7 份报告(30%)指出,在 NRDS 诊断中,CXR 是其他诊断工具无法替代的,但有 10 项研究(43%)发现,替代方法在多个方面超过了 CXR,如严重程度评估、监测进展、预测表面活性物质治疗需求、预测持续气道正压治疗失败、预测插管需求以及协助鉴别诊断。尽管科学报告中仍在继续使用该工具,但研究结果表明,该研究的结果可能并不能完全反映当前全球的临床实践,尤其是在低资源环境中,早期 NRDS 方法仍是新生儿生存的一项挑战:试验注册:PROSPERO 编号 CRD42022336480。
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No evidence, no problem? A critical interpretive synthesis of the vulnerabilities to and experiences of sexual violence among young migrants in Europe 没有证据就没有问题?对欧洲年轻移民遭受性暴力的脆弱性和经历的批判性解释综述
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q1 Medicine Pub Date : 2024-04-23 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2340114
Tanya Andersson Nystedt, Tobias Herder, A. Agardh, B. Asamoah
ABSTRACT Background Growing evidence indicates that young migrants are particularly vulnerable to sexual violence, however most research has focused on instances of sexual violence occurring in conflict zones and during transit. Much less attention has been given to the vulnerabilities to and experiences of sexual violence among young migrants in Europe. Objectives To understand the scientific evidence regarding the experiences of and vulnerabilities to sexual violence among young migrants (aged 11–30 years) in Europe. Methods A search of three databases resulted in 1279 peer reviewed articles published between 2002 and 2022. Of these, 11 were included in this review. A critical interpretive synthesis methodology was applied. Results Few studies investigate sexual violence among young migrants in Europe. The existing studies focus on very specific sub-groups of migrants, and as such, experiences of persons outside these groups are largely absent from the academic discourse. How sexual violence is understood varies across studies, often conflated with other forms of violence, hampering comparisons. However, the results of this review indicate that young migrants in Europe, both male and female, experience sexual violence and there are multiple sources of vulnerabilities at all levels of the socioecological model. Conclusion The scarcity of research regarding sexual violence among young migrants in Europe could give rise to the perception that no evidence means no problem, resulting in a continued lack of attention to this issue. There is a critical need to address this gap to inform prevention interventions, to identify victims, and to facilitate access to care.
ABSTRACT 背景 越来越多的证据表明,年轻移民特别容易遭受性暴力,但大多数研究都集中在发生在冲突地区和过境期间的性暴力事件上。对欧洲青年移民易受性暴力侵害的脆弱性和经历的关注要少得多。目标 了解有关欧洲年轻移民(11-30 岁)遭受性暴力的经历和脆弱性的科学证据。方法 通过对三个数据库的检索,获得了 2002 年至 2022 年间发表的 1279 篇同行评审文章。其中 11 篇被纳入本综述。采用了批判性解释综合方法。结果 调查欧洲年轻移民中性暴力问题的研究很少。现有的研究主要集中在非常特殊的移民子群体,因此,这些群体以外的人的经历在学术讨论中基本没有出现。不同研究对性暴力的理解也不尽相同,往往将其与其他形式的暴力混为一谈,从而妨碍了比较。然而,本综述的结果表明,欧洲的年轻移民,无论是男性还是女性,都经历过性暴力,而且在社会生态模式的各个层面都存在多种脆弱性来源。结论 有关欧洲青年移民中性暴力问题的研究很少,这可能会让人认为没有证据就意味着没有问题,从而导致对这一问题持续缺乏关注。亟需填补这一空白,以便为预防干预措施提供信息、识别受害者并为获得护理提供便利。
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Association between breastfeeding duration and educational attainment in rural Southwest Uganda: a population-based cohort study 乌干达西南部农村地区母乳喂养持续时间与受教育程度之间的关系:一项基于人群的队列研究
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q1 Medicine Pub Date : 2024-04-23 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2338023
Shamsudeen Mohammed, Clara Calvert, Joseph O Mugisha, Makanga Ronald, G. Asiki, Judith R Glynn, Laura L Oakley, M. Marston
ABSTRACT Background Breastfeeding is important for early childhood nutrition and health. The positive effects on educational outcomes may be attributed to socioeconomic factors. Socioeconomic status is not a strong predictor of breastfeeding in sub-Saharan African countries. Yet, few studies have investigated the association between breastfeeding and educational outcomes in these countries. Objective This study investigated the association between breastfeeding duration and children’s educational attainment in rural Southwest Uganda. Methods We analysed longitudinal data on 3018 children who had information on breastfeeding and were followed for at least 5 years, with at least one primary school grade recorded by 2005. Data on breastfeeding duration were collected from mothers. The highest school grade was recorded repeatedly between ages 6 and 12 years. We calculated age-for-grade based on whether a child was on, over, or under the official age for a grade. Generalised estimating equations and binary logistic regression estimated the effect of breastfeeding duration on being 2 years, 3 or more years, or any years over-age for grade in primary school, adjusting for socioeconomic status and maternal-child characteristics. Results Most mothers breastfed for more than a year. Just over one-third breastfed for 18–23 months, and 30% breastfed for longer. By age eight, 42% of the children were two years over-age for their grade. Three or more years over-age for grade increased from 19% at age nine to 56% at age 12. Both adjusted and unadjusted estimates were consistent in showing reduced odds for children being 2 years, 3 or more years, or any years over-age for grade among children breastfed for 7–12, 13–17, 18–23, and > 23 months compared to those breastfed for 0–6 months. There was no evidence to support an overall association between breastfeeding duration and being over-age for grade. There was no evidence of association in the sex and age sub-group analyses. Conclusion Although we found no association between breastfeeding duration and educational attainment, breastfeeding remains important for children’s health and nutrition, and mothers should be encouraged and supported to breastfeed for the recommended duration.
ABSTRACT 背景 母乳喂养对幼儿的营养和健康非常重要。母乳喂养对教育成果的积极影响可能归因于社会经济因素。在撒哈拉以南非洲国家,社会经济地位并不是母乳喂养的有力预测因素。然而,很少有研究对这些国家母乳喂养与教育成果之间的关系进行调查。本研究调查了乌干达西南部农村地区母乳喂养持续时间与儿童受教育程度之间的关系。方法 我们分析了 3018 名儿童的纵向数据,这些儿童都有母乳喂养的信息,并接受了至少 5 年的跟踪调查,在 2005 年之前至少有一个小学年级的记录。母乳喂养持续时间的数据是从母亲那里收集的。最高年级在 6 至 12 岁之间反复记录。我们根据儿童是否达到、超过或低于某个年级的官方年龄来计算年级年龄。广义估计方程和二元逻辑回归估算了母乳喂养持续时间对小学年级超龄2岁、3岁或3岁以上或任何年级的影响,并对社会经济地位和母婴特征进行了调整。结果 大多数母亲的母乳喂养时间超过一年。超过三分之一的母亲母乳喂养了 18-23 个月,30%的母亲母乳喂养的时间更长。到 8 岁时,42% 的儿童比所在年级超龄两岁。年级超龄三岁或三岁以上的比例从 9 岁时的 19% 上升到 12 岁时的 56%。调整和未调整的估计值一致显示,与母乳喂养 0-6 个月的儿童相比,母乳喂养 7-12 个月、13-17 个月、18-23 个月和大于 23 个月的儿童超龄 2 年、3 年或 3 年以上或任何年级的几率都有所降低。没有证据支持母乳喂养持续时间与年级超龄之间存在整体关联。在性别和年龄分组分析中,也没有证据表明两者之间存在关联。结论 尽管我们没有发现母乳喂养持续时间与教育程度之间存在关联,但母乳喂养对儿童的健康和营养仍然非常重要,因此应鼓励和支持母亲按照建议的持续时间进行母乳喂养。
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Effect of homemade peanut oil consumption during pregnancy on low birth weight and preterm birth outcomes: a cohort study in Southwestern China 孕期食用自制花生油对低出生体重儿和早产儿结局的影响:中国西南地区的一项队列研究
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q1 Medicine Pub Date : 2024-04-17 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2336312
Yanxu Zhong, Huan Lu, Yuyan Jiang, Minyan Rong, Xiangming Zhang, Tippawan Liabsuetrakul
Homemade peanut oil is widely consumed in rural areas of Southwestern China, which is easily contaminated by aflatoxins (AFs) and associated with adverse birth outcomes.To identify the effect of ex...
自制花生油在中国西南农村地区被广泛食用,它很容易受到黄曲霉毒素(AFs)的污染,并与不良出生结局相关。
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Embedding research capacity strengthening in multi-country studies in low-and middle-income countries: learnings from sexual and reproductive health research 将加强研究能力纳入中低收入国家的多国研究:从性健康和生殖健康研究中汲取的经验教训
IF 2.6 3区 医学 Q1 Medicine Pub Date : 2024-04-12 DOI: 10.1080/16549716.2024.2338634
Anne M. Khisa, Hesborn Wao, Vanessa Brizuela, Rachidatou Compaoré, Adama Baguiya, Alejandra López Gómez, Mercedes Bonet, Seni Kouanda, Anna Thorson, Evelyn Gitau
Research capacity strengthening (RCS) can empower individuals, institutions, networks, or countries to define and prioritize problems systematically; develop and scientifically evaluate appropriate...
加强研究能力(RCS)可以增强个人、机构、网络或国家的能力,使其能够系统地界定问题并确定问题的轻重缓急;开发并科学地评估适当的研究方法和工具,以解决这些问题。
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