Hamid Reza Khankeh

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BACKGROUND Road traffic injuries are a major public health problem, especially in low- and middle-income countries. Post-crash management can play a significant role in minimizing crash consequences and saving lives. Iran has one of the highest mortality rates from road traffic injuries in the world. The present study attempts to fill the knowledge gap and(More)
BACKGROUND Road traffic injuries (RTIs) are a major public health problem, especially in low- and middle-income countries. Among middle-income countries, Iran has one of the highest mortality rates from RTIs. Action is critical to combat this major public health problem. Stakeholders involved in RTI control are of key importance and their perceptions of(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE Growing evidence is indicating that some of disaster affected people face challenges to resume normal life several months after an earthquake. However, there is no sufficient in-depth understanding of complex process of resuming normal life after an earthquake in Iran, as one of the most disaster-prone countries in the world, and in(More)
INTRODUCTION Recent years have witnessed community disaster resilience becoming one of the most heavily supported and advocated approach to disaster risk management. However, its application has been influenced by the lack of assessment tools. This study reviews studies conducted using the resilience concept and examines the tools, models, and methods(More)
OBJECTIVE Despite the improvement in life-expectancy of adults with congenital heart disease, they may experience unique medical and social challenges that could impact on their psychological functioning. The aims of this study were to address the experience of anxiety, depressive and somatic symptoms among adults with congenital heart disease in comparison(More)
INTRODUCTION There is increasing evidence regarding people's reactions to life stressors in which people also may show positive experiences following a traumatic event. The aim of the present study was to explain the facilitators of post-traumatic growth based on the experiences of patients with a spinal cord injury. METHODS This was a qualitative study(More)
BACKGROUND Cardiovascular patients need information to preserve and promote their health, but not all of them have the necessary motivation to seek relevant health knowledge. OBJECTIVES The present study analyzed experiences of patients, family caregivers, and healthcare providers to explore the motivating factors that cause cardiovascular patients to(More)
Background: Today, trauma is considered as a major health problem in every society. Across health, social, and economic statuses, it has caused temporary or permanent disabilities for millions of people. Any loss of ability or independence in society has considerable effects on life. One of the most important causes of disability is limb trauma. However,(More)
Objectives: Low back pain is one of the main health problems which affect many people worldwide. The daily course of life is highly disrupted due to the chronic back pain problem. This study aims to explore the occupational performance of individuals with chronic low back pain. Methods: Fifteen people with chronic low back pain were included in this study(More)
Background: Home health care (HHC) as a part of the health care delivery continuum has continued to be developed over the past decade. The number of patients receiving home mechanical ventilation (HMV) is increasing. The continuity of care from the hospital to the home is very important. However, these patients have various special care needs, and different(More)