James Coyne

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  • Ricardo Gusmão, Sónia Quintão, David McDaid, Ella Arensman, Chantal Van Audenhove, Claire Coffey +4 others
  • 2013
BACKGROUND Research concerning the association between use of antidepressants and incidence of suicide has yielded inconsistent results and is the subject of considerable controversy. The first aim is to describe trends in the use of antidepressants and rates of suicide in Europe, adjusted for gross domestic product, alcohol consumption, unemployment, and(More)
  • Ahmed Waqas, Waqas Ahmad, Mark Haddad, Frances M. Taggart, Zerwah Muhammad, Muhammad Hamza Bukhari +7 others
  • 2015
Background. There is growing awareness of the public health importance of mental well-being both in the general population and in specific groups. The well-being of health professionals is likely to influence the quality of the care they deliver. This study was carried out to examine the well-being of Pakistani healthcare professionals, and to evaluate the(More)
  • Svetlana Solovieva, Tiina Pensola, Johanna Kausto, Rahman Shiri, Markku Heliövaara, Alex Burdorf +3 others
  • 2014
OBJECTIVE To study the performance of a developed job exposure matrix (JEM) for the assessment of psychosocial factors at work in terms of accuracy, possible misclassification bias and predictive ability to detect known associations with depression and low back pain (LBP). MATERIALS AND METHODS We utilized two large population surveys (the Health 2000(More)
BACKGROUND Variation in the implementation of complex multilevel interventions can impact on their delivery and outcomes. Few suicide prevention interventions, especially multilevel interventions, have included evaluation of both the process of implementation as well as outcomes. Such evaluation is essential for the replication of interventions, for(More)
BACKGROUND The current labour market is becoming more flexible and informal, with job insecurity selectively affecting young workers. However, the role of these increasing adverse psychosocial working conditions on health outcomes remains little known among newly employed workers. OBJECTIVE To estimate the associations between psychosocial work(More)
INTRODUCTION States' decisions not to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) could potentially affect access to care and health status among their low-income residents. METHODS The 2010-2012 nationally representative Medical Expenditure Panel Survey data were analyzed in 2015 to compare 9755 low-income adults aged 18-64 years from(More)
  • Roland Mergl, Nicole Koburger, Katherina Heinrichs, András Székely, Mónika Ditta Tóth, James Coyne +13 others
  • 2015
BACKGROUND In Europe, men have lower rates of attempted suicide compared to women and at the same time a higher rate of completed suicides, indicating major gender differences in lethality of suicidal behaviour. The aim of this study was to analyse the extent to which these gender differences in lethality can be explained by factors such as choice of more(More)
BACKGROUND To date, contemporary heart failure care remains patient-focused, but awareness of the partners' and families' situation is increasing. Randomized studies have mainly evaluated the short-term effects of dyadic interventions. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine the 24-month effects of an intervention with psych-educational support in(More)
OBJECTIVES This study aims to intensively evaluate the effectiveness of mindfulness-based intervention (MBI) on mental illness risks (including psychological distress, prolonged fatigue, and perceived stress) and job strain (job control and job demands) for employees with poor mental health. METHODS A longitudinal research design was adopted. In total,(More)
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