Tieguang Han

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BACKGROUND Physicians' poor mental health not only hinders their professional performance and affects the quality of healthcare provided but also adversely affects patients' health outcomes. Few studies in China have evaluated the mental health of physicians. The purposes of this study are to quantify Chinese physicians' anxiety and depressive symptoms as(More)
Poor mental health among nurses not only hinders professional performance but also affects the quality of healthcare provided. To improve the prevention and management of depression among nurses in mainland China, we investigated the association between working conditions and depressive symptoms using a cross-sectional study with a sample of 3474 nurses(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the risk factors of the self-health management among Shenzhen's community residents by surveying the status of the self-health management. METHODS Multi-stage cluster random sampling was used in this study. The estimated sample size was 6 400 of the study, and the actual number of the subjects was 6 413, who were from 32 communities(More)
BACKGROUND The ubiquity of cell phones, which allow for short message service (SMS), provides new and innovative opportunities for disease prevention and health education. OBJECTIVE To explore the use of cell phone-based health education SMS to improve the health literacy of community residents in China. METHODS A multi-stage random sampling method was(More)
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