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Risk of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) Transmission Among Healthcare Workers Dining in Hospital Staff Cafeterias

Jung J, Lim YJ, Kim EO, Kim SH

Background: Preventive measures are needed to reduce the risk of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) infection among healthcare workers (HCWs). Notably, hospital staff are usually exposed when they...
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Urinary toluene levels and adverse health symptoms among automotive garage workers, Nakhon Si Thammarat province, Thailand

Decharat S

To determine their urinary toluene levels, to describe the workers’ hygiene behaviors and the prevalence of adverse health symptoms among automotive garage workers exposed to chemical substances. A cross-sectional descriptive...
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Antibiotic-Resistant Gram-negative Bacteria Carriage in Healthcare Workers Working in an Intensive Care Unit

Duong BT, Duong MC, Campbell J, Nguyen VMH, Nguyen HH, Hanh Bui TB, Nguyen VVC, McLaws ML

Little is known about antibiotic-resistant Gram-negative bacteria (GNB) intestinal carriage among healthcare workers (HCWs) in Vietnam. All HCWs at a tertiary intensive care units were asked to undertake weekly rectal...
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Empathy With Patients and Post-Traumatic Stress Response in Verbally Abused Healthcare Workers

Nam Sh, Lee DW, Seo Hy, Hong YC, Yun JY, Cho Sj, Lee N

Objective The current study examined the differential empathic capacity, post-traumatic symptoms, and coping strategies in healthcare workers (HCWs) according to the exposure of verbal or physical workplace violence (WPV). Methods Using...
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Perceptions of the COVID-19 vaccine and willingness to receive vaccination among health workers in Nigeria

Adejumo OA, Ogundele OA, Madubuko CR, Oluwafemi RO, Okoye OC, Okonkwo KC, Owolade SS, Junaid OA, Lawal OM, Enikuomehin AC, Ntaji MI, Sokunbi A, Timothy AO, Abolarin OS, Ali EO, Ohaju-Obodo JO

Objectives: The study aimed to examine health workers’ perceptions of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccine in Nigeria and their willingness to receive the vaccine when it becomes available. Methods: This...
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Evaluation of Seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2 IgG in Healthcare Workers in a Tertiary Hospital in Seoul

Nam M, Moon HW, Kim H, Hur M, Yun YM

Healthcare workers (HCWs) may be at high risk for exposure to the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) because of their frequent contact with patients or the direct handling...
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Comparison of health care practice, dietary behavior, and nutrient intakes, considering the alcohol drinking status of industrial workers in the Chungnam area

Park GH, Rho JO

Purpose: This study was undertaken to identify the alcohol drinking status of industrial workers, their health care practice, and dietary behavior, as well as their nutrient intake. Methods: In July 2019,...
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Negative Impacts of Prolonged Standing at Work on Musculoskeletal Symptoms and Physical Fatigue: The Fifth Korean Working Conditions Survey

Jo H, Lim Ob, Ahn YS, Chang Sj, Koh SB

Purpose: We aimed to investigate variations in the risk of low back pain (LBP), lower extremity muscle pain, and whole body fatigue according to differences in prolonged standing work hours...
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COVID-19 and Return-To-Work for the Construction Sector: Lessons From Singapore

Gan WH, Koh D

Singapore’s construction sector employs more than 450,000 workers. During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in Singapore from April to June 2020, migrant workers were disproportionately affected, including many working...
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Insufficient Rest Breaks at Workplace and Musculoskeletal Disorders Among Korean Kitchen Workers

Park S, Lee J, Lee JH

Background The socioeconomic burden of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) is significant, and kitchen work is a high-risk occupation for MSDs due to the intensive manual workload and repetitive movements that are involved....
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Prevalence and Effect of Workplace Violence against Emergency Nurses at a Tertiary Hospital in Kenya: A Cross-Sectional Study

Kibunja BK, Musembi HM, Kimani RW, Gatimu SM

Introduction Workplace violence (WPV) is a major occupational and health hazard for nurses. It affects nurses' physical and psychological well-being and impacts health service delivery. We aimed to assess the prevalence...
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The Occupational Characteristics and Health Status of Workers in Geographically Isolated and Confined Areas in the Republic of Korea

Ahn J, Lee J, Lee SH, Park MY, Lee W

Background: This study investigates the safety and health status of geographically isolated and confined workers. Methods: This study was conducted in Baekryeong Island in Korea in 2020. The agestandardized prevalence ratios...
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Effects on workers in hospital dedicated to infectious diseases from coronavirus disease 2019 outbreak: emotional change and stress comparison between occupations

Yeop JY, Park JH, Park HK, Pyo CH, Park KH, Kim HB, Ham EM, Lee YS

  • KMID: 2515962
  • J Korean Soc Emerg Med.
  • 2021 Apr;32(2):120-133.
Objective: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) outbreak is currently ravaging the world and is a major threat to public health. Healthcare workers (HCWs) are at a high risk of acquiring...
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COVID-19 as a Recognized Work-Related Disease: The Current Situation Worldwide

Sandal A, Yildiz AN

Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which is a newly emerging infectious disease worldwide, can be categorized as an occupational disease, because employees, particularly in the healthcare system, can be infected at...
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Burden of Neck Pain and Associated Factors Among Sewing Machine Operators of Garment Factories in Mekelle City, Northern Part of Ethiopia, 2018, A Cross-Sectional Study

Biadgo GH, Tsegay GS, Mohammednur SA, Gebremeskel BF

Background: Neck pain is a major public health problem among sewing machine operators working in textile factories. Even though the textile industries are growing in number in Ethiopia, but there...
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An Assessment of the Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice Toward Standard Precautions Among Health Workers From a Hospital in Northern Cyprus

Abuduxike G, Vaizoglu SA, Asut O, Cali S

Background: The objective was to assess the knowledge level, attitude, and practice of health care workers towards standard precautions, and to identify the related factors. Furthermore, it was attempted to...
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Mental Health Impacts in Health Care Workers during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Lee SH

This study reviews the literature concerning mental health impacts faced by health care workers (HCW) during the COVID-19 pandemic and similar infectious disease outbreaks. Among HCW studied, 9.6–51% reported symptoms...
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Development of Health Management for Small Business Workers

Yi Y

Purpose: This study aimed to review the status of Health Management for Small Business Workers in Korea. Methods: We reviewed empirical or theoretical literature. Results: 98.8% of all workplaces are small...
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Survey on Health behaviors, Work-related Health Problems, and Accidents of Live-line Workers

Kim MJ, Choi E

Purpose: The purpose of this study is to identify health behaviors, work-related health problems, and accidents of live-line workers. Methods: The questionnaires were administered to 150 live-line workers in 150...
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Relationship between Burnout and Turnover Intention among Community-Based Mental Health Workers : The Mediating Effects of Perceived Work Value

Park IH, Oh MJ, Kim M, Lee YR, Jhon M, Lee JY, Kim SW

  • KMID: 2513152
  • J Korean Soc Biol Ther Psychiatry.
  • 2021 Feb;27(1):25-32.
Objectives:The turnover rate of mental health workers in community mental health institutes is remarkably high.We explored the mediating effects of perceived work value on the relationship between burnout and turnover...
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