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Is possible to train health professionals in prevention of high-risk pathogens like the Ebola by using the mobile phone?
Health professionals are a concerning risk population because of the high prevalence of exposure to biological, especially during training that involves procedures implying direct contact with bodily fluids. Notwithstanding, ...
Social Media, Thin-Ideal, Body Dissatisfaction and Disordered Eating Attitudes: An Exploratory Analysis
Disordered eating attitudes are rapidly increasing, especially among young women in their twenties. These disordered behaviours result from the interaction of several factors, including beauty ideals. A significant factor ...
A Bibliometric Analysis of the Health Field Regarding Social Networks and Young People
Social networks have historically been used to share information and support regarding health-related topics, and this usage has increased with the rise of online social media. Young people are high users of social media, ...
Bibliometric Study of Technology and Occupational Health in Healthcare Sector: A Worldwide Trend to the Future
Since the eighties, technological tools have modified how people interact in their environment. At the same time, occupational safety and health measures have been widely applied. The European Agency for Safety and Health ...
Tuberculosis and Other Airborne Microbes in Occupational Health and Safety
Airborne pathogens and non-malignant infectious diseases such as tuberculosis are highly contagious and can have severe effects on healthcare workers. The symptoms of these diseases take time to manifest, which can prevent ...