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Social integration of people with non-psychotic mental illness over the last 2 decades: the widening gap in the adult population in Belgium

using indicators relating to employment, income, social contacts, and partnership. Results: Since 1997, the probability of being unemployed, having limited social contacts, and living on less than 60% of ...

Factors influencing SARS-CoV-2 infection rate in Belgian nursing homes’ residents during the first wave of COVID-19 pandemic

Cross-sectional study was conducted between April 8-May 15, 2020. Data collected included demographics, group category (i.e. staff or resident), symptom status and test result. We retrieved additional data: number ...

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of healthcare workers: study protocol for the COVID-19 HEalth caRe wOrkErS (HEROES) study

the country’s income level. Results As of August 2021, ~ 34,000 health workers have been recruited. A general characterization of the recruited samples by sociodemographic and workplace variables is ...

Cost and greenhouse gas emissions of current, healthy, flexitarian and vegan diets in Aotearoa (New Zealand)

guidelines (Eating and Activity Guidelines for healthy diets and EAT-Lancet reference diet for vegan and flexitarian diets) or nutrition survey data (current diets). Results: The iterative creation of 210-237 ...

COVID-19 mortality, excess mortality, deaths per million and infection fatality ratio, Belgium, 9 March 2020 to 28 June 2020

demographic data of the Belgian population. The number of infections was estimated by a stochastic compartmental model. The IFR was estimated using a delay distribution between infection and death. Results In ...

The evolving personal, professional and physical impact on healthcare professionals during three COVID-19 waves: A cross-sectional study

muscle strain, hypervigilance, leaving profession, headache, doubting knowledge and skills, flashbacks and fear. Results In total, 13 308 respondents were included in our study. During both the first ...

Mental Distress and Its Contributing Factors Among Young People During the First Wave of COVID-19: A Belgian Survey Study

demographics, chronic condition, history of mental health problems, social support, exposure to COVID-19, and several changes in everyday activities. Results: A total of 2,008 respondents were included, of which ...

Predicting the severity of the grass pollen season and the effect of climate change in Northwest Europe

guidance addressing these questions. We propose two previously unexplored approaches for forecasting the severity of the grass pollen season on the basis of statistical and mechanistic models. The results ...

Determinants of the risk of burnout among nurses during the first wave of the COVID‐19 pandemic in Belgium: A cross‐sectional study

Results: A high risk of burnout was found in 70% of respondents. The main risk factors of burnout were the lack of personal protective equipment, changes in perceived workload, and working with ...

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