Using community health workers as an alternative approach for epidemiological research on epilepsy in six health districts in Mali

In Mali, the burden of epilepsy is underestimated attributable to socio-cultural limitations that hold most individuals with epilepsy out of

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Gender-related variables for health research

In this paper, we argue for Gender as a Sociocultural Variable (GASV) as a complement to Sex as a Biological

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Sociodemographic and Psychological Risk Factors for Anxiety and Depression: Findings from the Covid-19 Health and Adherence Research in Scotland on Mental Health (CHARIS-MH) Cross-sectional Survey

determine sociodemographic teams of the grownup inhabitants prone to anxiousness and despair and (2) decide if the following social and

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Longitudinal exposure assessments of neighbourhood effects in health research: What can be learned from people’s residential histories?

Health analysis into neighbourhood effects has typically examined neighbourhoods cross-sectionally, ignoring the truth that neighbourhood exposures may accumulate over folks’s

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