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Male adolescents' attitudes toward wife beating: a multi-country study in South Asia.
TLDR
This multi-country study indicates a general trend of male adolescents' strong supportive attitude toward wife beating, and hence may suggest that policy makers can specifically target young groups of the population for various interventions for reducing violence against women.
The magnitude of injury problems among child labourers in a rural community of Bangladesh: findings from an injury surveillance system.
TLDR
The magnitude of injury problems among child labourers in Bangladesh is explored using an injury surveillance system under the Prevention of Child Injuries through Social intervention and Education project in 2006-2010.
Identifying households with low immunisation completion in Bangladesh
TLDR
Findings indicate the need for further advocacy for increased knowledge on the importance of vaccination and affordable public immunisation programs focusing on higher risk households such as those with pit facilities, lack of electricity and no participation in a microfinance group.
Economics of Global Burden of Road Traffic Injuries and Their Relationship with Health System Variables
TLDR
RTIs cause enormous death and DALYs loss in low-middle income countries and enormous economic loss in HIC and more road traffic prevention programs should be promoted in these areas to reduce both incidence and economic burden.
Economic Cost of Childhood Unintentional Injuries
TLDR
Different bases and contexts of studies make it difficult to draw a solid conclusion about the amount of costs of UI among children, and more studies of children's unintentional injuries should be carried out in low and middle income countries.
Assessing chronic pelvic pain syndrome patients: Blood plasma factors and cortisol saliva
TLDR
The findings show an immune response extending to the circulatory system, in which MIF makes a significant contribution to CP/CPPS, and indicates TNF-α as a circulatory component when excluding subjects with concomitant diseases.
Being Both Helpers and Victims: Health Professionals’ Experiences of Working During a Natural Disaster
TLDR
Being a health professional during a natural disaster was a multi-faceted, powerful, and ambiguous experience of being part of the response system at the same time as being a survivor of the disaster.
Health among disaster survivors and health professionals after the Haiyan Typhoon: a self-selected Internet-based web survey
TLDR
There were short-term and long-term physical, psychological, and social consequences for the survivors as a result of the Haiyan typhoon and health professionals deployed during the disaster reported worse health, especially concerning mental health problems.
Swedish Ambulance Managers’ Descriptions of Crisis Support for Ambulance Staff After Potentially Traumatic Events
TLDR
A need for increased understanding of the importance of the managers’ attitudes for ambulance staff is indicated and a need for further implementation of evidence-based recommendations for crisis support interventions was also highlighted.
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