Factors associated with motivation and hesitation to work among health professionals during a public crisis: a cross sectional study of hospital workers in Japan during the pandemic (H1N1) 2009
- Reflections from a hot spot. Leach, Jonathan // General Practice Update;Jul/Aug2009, Vol. 2 Issue 7/8, p5
The article presents the author's opinion on the issues that need to be taken care of by the healthcare professionals in Great Britain, in view of the spread of the swine flu (H1N1) infections. He comments on the extra burden that has come upon healthcare professionals recently. Caution is also...
- When fever's gone, HCWs still shed virus. // Hospital Employee Health;May2011, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p58
The article highlights an analysis of a small outbreak of pandemic H1N1 in 2009, which revealed that health care workers (HCWs) shed viable virus for 3 to 13 days after the onset of fever and influenza symptoms. Although the study concluded that fever was not associated with viral shedding, as...
- Many HCWs don't know correct PPE sequence. // Hospital Infection Control & Prevention;Nov2011, Vol. 38 Issue 11, p128
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- Health care workers may be less likely to report for work during influenza pandemic. // Infectious Diseases in Children;Oct2009, Vol. 22 Issue 10, p41
The article focuses on a study which investigated the rate of health care workers in Montreal who plan to report for work during the evolution of an influenza pandemic.
- Further preparation may be necessary to combat ongoing H1N1 outbreaks. Volansky, Rob // Infectious Disease News;Mar2010, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p20
This article discusses a study on the preparedness of U.S. health care workers for the influenza A (H1N1) pandemic.
- Clinical and non-clinical healthcare workers faced similar risk of acquiring 2009 pandemic H1N1 infection. Ching, P. T. Y.; Lam, C. H. S; Cowling, B. J.; Seto, W. H. // BMC Proceedings;Jan2011 Supplement 6, Vol. 5, pP80
An abstract of the article "Clinical and non-clinical healthcare workers faced similar risk of acquiring 2009 pandemic H1N1 infection," by C. H. S. Lam and Colleagues, is presented.
- Acceptance of pandemic influenza A (H1N1) 2009 vaccine among health care workers, Thailand. Chotpitayasunondh, C.; Patrasuwan, S.; Prontri, M.; Poiynok, S. // BMC Proceedings;Jan2011 Supplement 6, Vol. 5, pP83
An abstract of the article "Acceptance of pandemic influenza A (H1N1) 2009 vaccine among health care workers, Thailand," by M. Prontri, S. Patrasuwan and S. Poiynok is presented.
- Influenza vaccination among health care workers in Thailand. Chotpitayasunondh, T.; Sawanpanyalert, N.; Bumrungsak, R.; Chunthitiwong, P.; Chainatraporn, P. // BMC Proceedings;Jan2011 Supplement 6, Vol. 5, pP84
An abstract of the article "Influenza vaccination among health care workers in Thailand," by P. Chainatraporn, P. Chunthitiwong and R. Bumrungsak is presented.
- H1N1: A Nursing Priority. Hogan, Debbie // Florida Nurse;Sep2009, Vol. 57 Issue 3, p22
The author expresses opinion on H1N1 virus as a serious concern for nurses. It author states that the new virus came from birds, pigs and people and is communicable among humans. The author asserts the need to understand what makes the virus pandemic. The author also mentions the role of the...