Tag: coping

Psychosocial Impact of Lockdown Due to Novel Corona Virus COVID-19 among Medical Undergraduate Students

The eruption of Novel Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) which begun in the late 2019, in Wuhan in Hubei province of China by way of its extreme infectivity and fatality rate, had a extensive psychosocial impact on nation. This was evidenced as bulk agitation, economic burden and economic losses. Mass fear of COVID-19, called as “Coronaphobia”, […]

COVID 19 – Omicron Variant and Emotional Health| Chapter 1 | Emerging Trends in Disease and Health Research Vol.4

The coronavirus disease epidemic of 2019 (COVID-19) could be stressful for individuals and communities. COVID 19 inspired people to pursue the road of psychiatric emergency as a means of keeping people emotionally unstable through a variety of variants. People’s emotional health is harmed as a result of this. COVID 19, then Delta, and now Omicron […]

Health Initiatives Vitalize

This chapter examines HIV/AIDS surveillance activities carried out by state and local health departments in partnership with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States. The first goal is a historical analysis that focuses on the expansion of HIV Surveillance Reports, which have served as the primary source of information from the […]

Description of Psychological Distress and Coping Style in HIV-infected Patients

Background: The progression of HIV infection is associated with a considerable degree of mental anguish. The researchers wanted to see if there was a link between psychological distress, depression, coping style, and immune activity in HIV patients. The goal of this study was to examine current understandings of depression and psychological distress among HIV-positive people […]

Nurse Educators’ Ineffective Coping Mechanisms: Do They Propagate Classroom Incivility?

Background: Research has explicitly defined nursing student incivility, with evidence that nursing students participate in uncivil behaviour on a regular basis. Nurse educators’ responsibilities have expanded to encompass not only innovative classroom and clinical tactics, but also strategies for dealing with nursing student incivility. Nurse educators and administrators are concerned about the growth in incivility […]

Identity and Well-Being of Bulgarian Adolescents and Adults: Summarized Data for the Period 2002- 2018

Aim: Featuring identity and well-being of Bulgarian adolescents and adults and their preferred adaptation pathways. Study Design: Comparison of the results from two cross-sectional studies, completed in 2008 and 2018 with 703 Bulgarian volunteers in total, aged 18-60. The focus is the analysis of the adaptive response to the experienced environment – as stable or […]

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