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Social capital: much discussed, somewhat controversial, but more to do

24 January 2013 Social capital: much discussed, somewhat controversial, but more to do ...

Social epidemiology and health economics: the need to find common grounds

24 January 2013 Social epidemiology and health economics: the need to find common grounds ...

Risk behaviour in Swedish adolescents: is shared physical custody after divorce a risk or a protective factor?

Background: The increase in shared physical custody in Sweden has been dramatic; 20 years ago only a small percentage of adolescents lived in shared physical custody, but currently ~30% of the adolescents whose parents have separated or divorced divide th ...

Frequency and effects of meeting health behaviour guidelines among adolescents

Background: To assess the relationship between overweight status and the concomitant adherence to physical activity, daily screen time and nutritional guidelines. Methods: Data were derived from the Swiss Health Behaviour in School-aged Children Survey 20 ...

Infant feeding: the effects of scheduled vs. on-demand feeding on mothers' wellbeing and children's cognitive development

Background: Many popular childcare books recommend feeding babies to a schedule, but no large-scale study has ever examined the effects of schedule-feeding. Here, we examine the relationship between feeding infants to a schedule and two sets of outcomes: ...

Low vigorous physical activity at ages 15, 19 and 27: childhood socio-economic position modifies the tracking pattern

Background: The present study examines (i) if the level of vigorous physical activity (VPA) at age 15 predicts low VPA at ages 19 and 27 and (ii) whether the observed prediction pattern differs by childhood socio-economic position (SEP). In this way, pred ...

The family's economic resources and adolescents' health complaints--do adolescents' own economic resources matter?

Background: The present study focuses on the relevance of economic resources to psychological and psychosomatic health complaints during adolescence. It explores the link between the family’s and the adolescent’s economic resources and investigates whethe ...

Analyzing European health systems: Europe as a research laboratory

28 March 2013 Analyzing European health systems: Europe as a research laboratory ...

A comparative analysis of health policy performance in 43 European countries

8 May 2013 8 May 2013 (All day) European Journal of Public Health http://eurpub.oxfordjournals.org/content/23/2/195.full A comparative analysis of health policy performance in 43 European countries ...

Bismarck or Beveridge: primary care matters

23 May 2013 Bismarck or Beveridge: primary care matters ...

Public health surveillance with electronic medical records: at risk of surveillance bias and overdiagnosis

23 May 2013 Public health surveillance with electronic medical records: at risk of surveillance bias and overdiagnosis ...

All data and all diagnoses deserve a critical eye

23 May 2013 All data and all diagnoses deserve a critical eye ...

All inclusive Public Health--what about LGBT populations?

23 May 2013 All inclusive Public Health--what about LGBT populations? ...

Between anti-smoking policies and tobacco farming subsidies: the case of Macedonia

23 May 2013 Between anti-smoking policies and tobacco farming subsidies: the case of Macedonia ...

The relationship between avoidable hospitalization and accessibility to primary care: a systematic review

Background: Avoidable hospitalization (AH) has been widely studied as a possible measure of the performance of primary health care (PHC). However, studies examining the relationship between the efficiency and quality of PHC and AH have found mixed results ...

Psychosocial factors in GP work: the effects of taking a GP position or leaving GP work

Background: We examined the effects of leaving public sector general practitioner (GP) work and of taking a GP position on changes in work-related psychosocial factors, such as time pressure, patient-related stress, distress and work interference with fam ...

The relationship between antenatal care and preterm birth: the importance of content of care

Background: Antenatal care can play an important role in the prevention of preterm birth. Evaluation of antenatal care is usually based on the number of visits rather than the content of care, using tools such as the Adequacy of Prenatal Care Use index. T ...

Youth unemployment at times of recession: what does the future hold?

23 July 2013 Youth unemployment at times of recession: what does the future hold? ...

Public health, primary care and the 'cluster' model

23 July 2013 Public health, primary care and the 'cluster' model ...

General practitioners' cluster: a model to reorient primary health care to public health services

23 July 2013 General practitioners' cluster: a model to reorient primary health care to public health services ...

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