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Anila Lika, Iris  Mone, Irena Korita, Alma  Barbullushi AbstractAim: To evaluate the diagnostic usefulness of immature-to-total neutrophils ratio in sepsis diagnosis, differentiating from the Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome (SIRS), and also to compare it with other established predictive markers of sepsis. Methods: This study included 188 patients (67, or ≈36% females) admitted at the University […]

Diagnostic Value of Immature-to-Total Neutrophils (I/T) Ratio in Sepsis Read More »

Michaela Cooley, Jennifer Moran Stritch AbstractTraditional approaches to suicide research often emphasise individual pathology, reinforcing conventional medical and religious narratives. Critical suicidology challenges these approaches, advocating for diverse voices and qualitative methodologies that consult and include first-person experiences. Transdisciplinary approaches can deconstruct habitual tendences that lean toward clinical and statistical analyses, and in doing so

Escaping the Echo Chamber: The Night Night Method and the Role of Disruptive Research in Suicide Studies Read More »

Laetitia Römer1, Kristin Sieberger1, Jannik Christopher Wagner1, Johanna Waschke1, Marina Oosterhuis – Loete1 and John Middleton2 Abstract Introduction/Context: The urgency of addressing climate change’s impact on healthcare is emphasised and we, as public health professionals, are advocating for a net zero strategy in the EU’s healthcare sector. With climate change posing severe threats to vulnerable

Call for action: European strategy for a net zero healthcare sector in the European Union Read More »

Jérémy Castéra, Magali Coupaud, Claire Coiffard Marre, Corine Jegou, Hélène Cheneval-Armand, Alice Delserieys Pedregosa Abstract Aim: This paper explores the different predictors of protective behavior of French secondary school students during the first COVID-19 pandemic. More specifically, a model of relationships has been drawn between the perceived knowledge, perceived severity, protective behavior, and interest in

COVID-19 protective behavior. When science interest and knowledge matter COVID-19 protective behavior. Read More »

Jennifer Moran Stritch, Lisa O’Rourke Scott1, Frank Houghton Abstract Artificial Intelligence (AI) offers significant potential to improve health, medical and social care. It equally offers substantial opportunities in improving the education and training of health, medical and social care professionals. However, AI training and development, as well as AI use into the future requires considerable

The Artificial Intelligence (AI) ‘Genie’ is out of the ‘Bottle’: Considering the Potential Impacts of AI on Public Health from a Climate Change and One Health Perspective Read More »

Jens Holst Resumen La salud mundial es un término paraguas complejo que ha cobrado importancia en las dos últimas décadas, sobre todo durante y después de la pandemia de COVID-19. No obstante, el término “salud mundial” sigue careciendo de una definición universalmente aceptada y se aplica a una gama bastante amplia de temas y asuntos.

Salud Global: ¿Cuál es el desafío? Read More »