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A prospective study of cumulative job stress in relation to mental health
Cumulative experience and recent onset of job stress in terms of high effort spent and low reward received is associated with elevated risk of all five indicators of poor mental health at follow-up in a large cohort of employees.
Is obesity associated with injuries among young people?
Analysis of the relationship between obesity and trauma among young people in the Hainaut Province in Belgium shows that childhood obesity and physical activity increase the occurrence of injuries.
Air pollution and ST-elevation myocardial infarction: A case-crossover study of the Belgian STEMI registry 2009-2013.
The Reasons for Early Weaning, Perceived Insufficient Breast Milk, and Maternal Dissatisfaction: Comparative Studies in Two Belgian Regions
- E. Robert, Y. Coppieters, B. Swennen, M. Dramaix
- MedicineInternational scholarly research notices
- 9 November 2014
Too many mothers, especially destitute, are dissatisfied with the duration of breastfeeding, and the literature shows that the real lack of milk only affects 1–5% of the mothers, so professionals need to be better informed of this discrepancy between mothers' perception and physiology.
Factors associated with data quality in the routine health information system of Benin
- Y. Glèlè Ahanhanzo, L. Ouédraogo, A. Kpozèhouen, Y. Coppieters, M. Makoutode, M. Wilmet-Dramaix
- MedicineArchives of Public Health
- 28 July 2014
This exploratory study identified several factors associated with the quality of the data in the RHIS in Benin that could provide strategic decision support in improving the system’s performance.
Comparison of four case-crossover study designs to analyze the association between air pollution exposure and acute myocardial infarction
- P. Collart, Y. Coppieters, Gwenaelle Mercier, V. Massamba Kubuta, A. Levêque
- Environmental ScienceInternational journal of environmental health…
- 4 February 2015
It is suggested that the different methods of case-crossover study design are suitable to studying the association between acute events and air pollution, and the temperature-stratified design is useful to exclude temperature as a potential confounder.
A model for analysis, systemic planning and strategic synthesis for health science teaching in the Democratic Republic of the Congo: a vision for action
- F. Parent, G. Kahombo, D. Piette
- Medicine, Political ScienceHuman resources for health
- 7 December 2004
The analysis of the results shows that one cannot bring any change without integrated strategies of action and a multidisciplinary approach that includes all the complex determinants of health behaviour, and to do it within the organization of local structures and institutions in the ministry of health in the DRC.
[Factors associated with non-adherence of adults infected with HIV on antiretroviral therapy in a referral hospital in Douala].
Information Technologies, Health, and Globalization: Anyone Excluded?
- F. Parent, Y. Coppieters, M. Parent
- Political ScienceJournal of medical Internet research
- 17 March 2001
The authors, specialists inpublic health and members of an association that aims to create opportunities for access to training in public health in developing countries, warn that the use of the term "globalization" ignores the reality of the "digital divide".