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Prevalence of burnout risk and factors associated with burnout risk among ICU nurses during the COVID-19 outbreak in French speaking Belgium

Publication Type: Peer reviewed scientific article Authors: Arnaud Bruyneel; Pierre Smith; Jérôme Tack; Magali Pirson Source: Intensive and Critical Care Nursing (2021) Keywords: Burnout Coronavirus ...

Epidemiology of Clostridioides difficile infections in Belgian hospitals, Report 2020, Data up to and including 2019

prevention and control long term care facilitie nursing homes Health Topics:  Ziektelast Burden of disease Fardeau de la maladie Manuscript versions:  File:  Version:  Published Full text access:  Public ...

Diagnosis, prevention and control of urinary tract infections: a survey of routine practices in Belgian nursing homes

reported infections in older adults and the most common reason for antimicrobial prescribing in nursing homes (NH s). In this vulnerable population, both a good diagnosis and prevention of these infections ...

All-cause mortality supports the COVID-19 mortality in Belgium and comparison with major fatal events of the last century.

deaths and the COVID-19 mortality rate per million were calculated for hospitals, nursing homes and other places of death, according to diagnostic status (confirmed/possible infection). To evaluate ...

The Belgian health examination survey: objectives, design and methods.

trained nurses. The data collection included: 1) a short set of questions through a face-to-face interview, 2) a clinical examination consisting of the measurement of height, weight, waist circumference, ...

Predictors of nursing-home entry for elders in Belgium

care services is expected to rise during the coming years. For a better planning of health care resources policy makers have to be aware of risk factors associated to nursing home entry (NHE). The ...

Epidemiology of Clostridioides difficile infections in Belgian hospitals, Report 2019, Data up to and including 2018

term care facilitie nursing homes Manuscript versions:  File:  Version:  Published Full text access:  Public Access Full text language:  English Category:  E11 FOS Classification:  3.03 Health sciences ...

Levels of Persistent organic pollutants in breast milk: Belgian results from the 6 th WHO-coordinated survey

POP s in breast milk  POP s levels in Belgian breast milk samples still decrease over time Main POP s still measurable are DDT, HCB and B- HCH breast milk advised as first choice for nursing babies The ...

Levels of organochlorinated pesticide residues and other persistent organic pollutants in breast milk: the Belgian results from the 6th WHO-coordinated survey

over time Main POP s still measurable are DDT, HCB and B- HCH breast milk advised as first choice for nursing babies The results support further monitoring and reduction of exposure Health Topics:  Health and ...

Care Infections & Antibiotic Resistance in Belgium

associated mortality decreased. In long-term care facilities (among others nursing homes), similar evolutions are taking place (decrease in MRSA, increase in multi-resistant gut bacteria). Long term monitoring ...

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