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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

people with more severe MI, particularly in relation to employability and social support. Health Topics:  Chronic disease Maladie chronique Chronische ziekte Service:  Mode de vie et maladies chroniques ...

Two countries, similar practices: The political practices of the food industry influencing the adoption of key public health nutrition policies in Guatemala and Panama.

government materials; social media material) with semi-structured interviews with key stakeholders. SETTING: Guatemala and Panama. PARTICIPANTS: Government, academia and international organizations workers in ...

Anxiety and Depression in Belgium during the First 15 Months of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Longitudinal Study

depression were generally found among women, young people, people with poor social support, extraverts, people having pre-existing psychological problems, and people who were infected/exposed to the COVID-19 ...

Living with a chronic disease: insights from patients with a low socioeconomic status

need for support, and coping strategies. Patients experienced their illness as an additional problem on top of all other problems (i.e. financial/social problems, traumatic life events). In general, the ...

Prevalence and associated factors of burnout risk among intensive care and emergency nurses before and during the COVID-19 pandemic: A cross-sectional study in Belgium

66.7%, χ² = 23.64, P <.01). During the pandemic, changes in workload and the lack of personal protective equipment were significantly associated with a higher likelihood of burnout risk, whereas social ...

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