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69 View Ander, E.; Thomson, L.; Lanceley, A.; Menon, U.; Noble, G. Heritage, Health and Wellbeing: Assessing the impact of a heritage focused intervention on health and wellbeing. heritage; museum; health; wellbeing; object handling; arts in hospital Article
70 View Campion, M.; Levita, L. Enhancing positive affect and divergent thinking abilities: Play some music and dance. music; dancing; emotional wellbeing; fatigue Article
72 View Zhang, Y.; Tzortzopoulos, P.; Kagioglou, M. Healing built-environment effects on health outcomes: environment–occupant–health framework. buildings; built environment; healing; health; healthcare facilities; occupants; outcomes; wellbeing Article
73 View Ram, D.; Shapira, J.; Holan, G.; Magora, F.; Cohen, S.; Davidovich, E. Audiovisual video eyeglass distraction during dental treatment in children audiovisual distraction; behavior management; pediatric dentistry; video eyeglasses Article
74 View Strong, J., V.; Mast, B., T. The cognitive functioning of older adult instrumental musicians and non-musicians. cognitive aging; music cognition; executive function; neuropsychology; cognitive reserve Article
76 View Pentz, M., A.; Hieftje, K., D.; Pendergrass, T., M.; Brito, S., A.; Liu, M.; Arora, T.; Tindle, H., A; Krishnan Sarin, S.; Fiellin, L., E. A videogame intervention for tobacco product use prevention in adolescents. videogame; tobacco; prevention; risk perception; adolescents Article
77 View Bottorff, J., L.; Sarbit, G.; Oliffe, J., L.; Kelly, M.,T.; Lohan, M.; Stolp, S.; Sharp, P. “If I Were Nick”: Men’s Responses to an Interactive Video Drama Series to Support Smoking Cessation. smoking cessation; tobacco use; technology; interactive video drama; self-efficacy Article
78 View Fiellin, L., E.; Hieftje, K., D.; Pendergrass, T., M.; Kyriakides, T., C.; Duncan, L., R.; Dziura, J., D.; Sawyer, B., G.; Mayes, L.; Crusto, C., A.; Forsyth, B., WC.; Fiellin, D. A. Video Game Intervention for Sexual Risk Reduction in Minority Adolescents: Randomized Controlled Trial. games; gamification; serious games; health; medicine; prevention; care; sex education; sex behavior; adolescents Article
79 View Frishkopf, M.; Hamze, H.; Alhassan, M.; Zukpeni, I., A.; Abu, S.; Zakus, D. Performing arts as a social technology for community health promotion in northern Ghana. music; dance; drama; edutainment; community health; sanitation; malaria; Ghana Article
80 View Dunphy, K.; Baker, F. A.; Dumaresq, E.; Carroll-Haskins, K.; Eickholt, J.; Ercole, M.; Kaimal, G.; Meyer, K.; Sajnani, N.; Shamir, O.Y.; Wosch, T. Creative Arts Interventions to Address Depression in Older Adults: A Systematic Review of Outcomes, Processes, and Mechanisms Creative arts therapy; dance movement therapy; drama therapy; arts therapy; depression; older adults; processes; outcomes Article
81 View Jones, R.; Hoover, D., R.; Lacroix, L., J. A randomized controlled trial of soap opera videos streamed to smartphones to reduce risk of sexually transmitted human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) in young urban African American women. entertainment education; HIV prevention; HIV risk; intervention research; Randomized control trial; Streaming video Article
82 View Cole, S., W.; Yoo, D., J.; Knutson, B. Interactivity and Reward-Related Neural Activation during a Serious Videogame. serious game; neural activation; participatory engagement; interactivity; cancer Article
83 View Kloos, A., D.; Fritz, N., E.: Kostyk, S., K.; Young, G., S.; Kegelmeyer, D., A. Video game play (Dance Dance Revolution) as a potential exercise therapy in Huntington’s disease: a controlled clinical trial. Huntington disease; video game play; balance; gait; exercise Article
84 View Kaimal, G.; Gonzaga, A., M.; Schwachter, V. Crafting, health and wellbeing: findings from the survey of public participation in the arts and considerations for art therapists. visual arts; pottery; fabric crafts; health promotion; creative arts therapies; Survey of Public Participation in the Arts (SPPA) Article
85 View Sridharan, K.; Sivaramakrishnan, G. Therapeutic clowns in pediatrics: a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. therapeutic clowns; children; hospital; anxiety Article
86 View Pérez-Sáez, E.; Cabrero-Montes, E., M.; Llorente-Cano, M.; González-Ingelmo, E. A pilot study on the impact of a pottery workshop on the well-being of people with dementia. dementia; non-pharmacological therapies; creative arts; pottery; well-being; art crafts Article
87 View Nan, J., K.; Ho, R.,T. Effects of clay art therapy on adults outpatients with major depressive disorder: A randomized controlled trial. depression; emotion regulation; clay art therapy; randomized controlled trial; short-term creative arts psychotherapy Article
88 View Macrì, E.; Limoni, C. Artistic activities and psychological well-being perceived by patients with spinal cord injury. artistic activities; psychological well-being; spinal cord injury; rehabilitation Article
89 View Van Steenwinkel, I.; De Casterlé, B., D.; Heylighen, A. How architectural design affords experiences of freedom in residential care for older people. architectural design; residential care facility; older people; experience; freedom; care visions Article
90 View Staiano, A., E.; Marker, A., M.; Beyl, R., A.; Hsia, D., S.; Katzmarzyk, P., T.; Newton, R., L. A randomized controlled trial of dance exergaming for exercise training in overweight and obese adolescent girls. videogames; dance; exercise; randomized controlled trial; obese; adolescent Article
91 View Muller-Pinget, S.; Carrard, I.; Ybarra, J.; Golay, A. Dance therapy improves self-body image among obese patients. obesity; dance therapy; self-body image Article
92 View Wagener, T., L.; Fedele, D., A.; Mignogna, M., R.; Hester, C., N.; Gillaspy, S., R. Psychological effects of dance‐based group exergaming in obese adolescents. adolescents; exergaming; obesity; perceived competence Article
93 View Huang, S., F.; Zheng, W., L.; Liao, J., Y.; Huang, C., M.; Lin, T.,Y.; Guo, J., L. The effectiveness of a theory-based drama intervention in preventing illegal drug use among students aged 14–15 years in Taiwan. adolescents; drama in education (DIE); drug prevention; Taiwan; theory of planned behaviour Article
94 View Quek, L., H.; White, A.; Low, C.; Brown, J.; Dalton, N.; Dow, D.; Connor, J., P. Good choices, great future: An applied theatre prevention program to reduce alcohol‐related risky behaviours during Schoolies. drug education program; schoolies; binge drinking; brief intervention; applied theatre; prevention Article
95 View Racicot-Matta, C.; Wilcke, M.; Egeland, G., M. Development of radio dramas for health communication pilot intervention in Canadian Inuit communities. extended elaboration likelihood model (EELM); nutrition education; health communication; traditional food (TF); child; radio; community; health Article
96 View Coulton, S.; Clift, S.; Skingley, A.; Rodriguez, J. Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of community singing on mental health-related quality of life of older people: Randomised controlled trial. singing; quality of life; older people; cost-effectiveness; mental health Article
97 View Bygren, L. O.; Johansson, S.,‑E.; Konlaan, B., B., Grjibovski, A., M.; Wilkinson, A., V.; Sjöström, M. Attending cultural events and cancer mortality: A Swedish cohort study. cancer; cultural participation; health promotion Article
98 View Daykin, N.; Mansfield, L.; Meads, C. What Works for Wellbeing? A systematic review of wellbeing outcomes for music and singing in adults. music; singing; systematic review; wellbeing; depression; older people Article
102 View Grossi, E., ; Sacco, P.L., ; Blessi, G.T., ; Cerutti, R., The Impact of Culture on the Individual Subjective Well-Being of the Italian Population: An Exploratory Study cultural access; cultural and health policies; psychological well-being Article
103 View Grossi, E., ; Sacco, P.L., ; Blessi, G.T., ; Buscema, M., The Interaction Between Culture, Health and Psychological Well-Being: Data Mining from the Italian Culture and Well-Being Project psychological well-being; cultural participation; health; Italy; cultural access Article
105 View Azevedo, M., The evaluation of the social impacts of culture: culture, arts and development culture; arts; development; impacts; social effects; community Article
106 View Yonas, M., A.; Burke, J., G.; Rak, K., ; Bennerr, A., ; Kelly, V., ; Gielen, A., C. A Picture’s Worth a Thousand Words: Engaging Youth in CBPR Using the Creative Arts. youth; community; creative arts; community engagement; safety; health Article
113 View Lee, S., ; Chung, J., E.; Park, N., Linking Cultural Capital With Subjective Well-Being and Social Support: The Role of Communication Networks. Cultural capital; Online cultural participation; Communication and discussion networks; Subjective well-being; Social support Article
114 View Fancourt, D.; Steptoe, A.; Cadar, D. Cultural engagement and cognitive reserve: museum attendance and dementia incidence over a 10-year period dementia; cultural engagement; museums; social engagement; cognitive reserve Article
115 View Grossi, E.; Blessi, G. T.; Sacco, P.L. Magic moments: Determinants of stress relief and subjective wellbeing from visiting a cultural heritage site. culture; heritage; mental health; wellbeing; cortisol; stress Article
116 View Hyyppä, M. T.; Mäki, J.; Impivaara, O.; Aromaa, A Leisure participation predicts survival: a population-based study in Finland. leisure participation; survival; longitudinal survey Article
117 View Konlaan, B. B.; Bygren, L. O.; Johansson, S. E. Visiting the cinema, concerts, museums or art exhibitions as determinant of survival: a Swedish fourteen-year cohort follow-up. cultural events; cultural consumption; environment; enrichment; longevity Article
118 View Wheatley, D.; Bickerton, C. Measuring changes in subjective well‑being from engagement in the arts, culture and sport arts; culture; leisure; life satisfaction; social interaction; sport; subjective well-being Article
128 View Geng-qing Chi, C., ; Caia, R., ; Li, Y., Factors influencing residents’ subjective well-being at World Heritage Sites Heritage tourism; Tourism impacts; Support for tourism; Social environment; Sense of community Article
131 View Corbett, B., A.; Blain, S., D.; Ioannou, S., ; Balser, M., Changes in anxiety following a randomized control trial of a theatre-based intervention for youth with autism spectrum disorder. Anxiety; Autism spectrum disorders; Cortisol; Stress; Theatre Article
132 View Dahlgren, G., ; Whitehead, M., Policies and strategies to promote social equity in health Social equity; Health; Policies; Strategies Article
134 View Li, Y., ; Winters, J., V. Urbanisation, natural amenities and subjective well-being: Evidence from US counties. Amenities; Population density; Quality of life; Subjective well-being; Urbanisation Article
161 View Richards, A. G.; Tietyen, A.C.; Jicha, G.A.; Bardach, S.H.; Schmitt, F.A.; Fardo, D.W.; Kryscio, R.J.; Abner, E.L. Visual Arts Education improves self-esteem for persons with dementia and reduces caregiver burden: A randomized controlled trial. dementia; caregiving; visual arts education; pedagogy; randomized controlled trial Article
162 View Whiteman, E.D.; Dupuis, R.; Morgan, A.U.; D’Alonzo, B.; Epstein, C.; Klusaritz, H.; Cannuscio, C.C. Public Libraries As Partners for Health public library; commuity engagement; staff; health Article
163 View Daykin, N.; Byrne, E.; Soteriou, T.; O’Connor, S. The impact of art, design and enviroment in mental healthcare: a systematic review of the literature arts; design; environment; mental health; systematic review. Article
164 View Thomson, L. J.; Lockyer, B.; Camic, P. M.; Chatterjee, H. J. Effects of a museum-based social prescription intervention on quantitative measures of psychological wellbeing in older adults emotion; intervention; measures; older adults; psychological wellbeing; social prescribing Article
165 View Dowdall, N.; Melendez-Torres, G.J.; Murray, L.; Gardner, F.; Hartford, L.; Cooper, P.J. Shared Picture Book Reading Interventions for Child Language Development: A Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis book reading; child language development; systematic review; meta-analysis Article
166 View Xie, Q.W.; Chan, C.H.Y.; Ji, Q.; Chan, C.L.W. Psychosocial Effects of Parent-Child Book Reading Interventions: A Meta-analysis book reading; parents-child; cognitive development; meta-analysis Article
167 View Tavano Blessi, G.; Grossi, E.; Sacco, P. L.; Piereti, G.; Ferilli, G. The contribution of cultural participation to urban well-being. A comparative study in Bolzano/Bozen and Siracusa, Italy urban areas; culture; well-being; social welfare; cultural poverty trap; cultural policy Article
168 View Morse, N.; Thomson, L.J.M.; Brown, Z.; Chatterjee, H.J. Effects of creative museum outreach sessions on measures of confidence, sociability and well-being for mental health and addiction recovery service-users inferential statistics; mental health; rehabilitation; thematic analysis; visual arts Article
169 View Windle, G.; Gregory, S.; Howson-Griffiths, T.; Newman, A.; O Brien, D.; Gouldin, A. Exploring the theoretical foundations of visual art programmes for people living with dementia creativity; arts and related therapy; dementia; wellbeing Article
170 View Zarobe, L.; Bungay, H. The role of arts activities in developing resilience and mental wellbeing in children and young people a rapid review of the literature children and young people; resilience; mental health; wellbeing Article
172 View Brown, M.I.; Westerveld, M.F.; Trembath, D.; Gillon, G.T. Promoting language and social communication development in babies through an early storybook reading intervention early storybook reading; language development; social communication; babies and young children; parent training workshops; social benefits of book Article
173 View Sliwka, A.; Wloch, T.; Tynor, D.; Nowobilski, R. Do asthmatics benefit from music therapy? A systematic review asthma; music therapy; complementary medicine Article
174 View Kasahara-Kiritani, M.; Hadlaczky, G.; Westerlund, M.; Carli, V.; Wasserman, C.; Apter, A.; Balazs, J.; Bobes, J.; Brunner, R.; McMahon, E.M.; Cosman, D.; Farkas, L.; Haring, C.; Kaess, M.; Kahn, J.P.; Keeley, H.; Nemes, B.; Bitenc, U.M.; Postuvan, V.; Saiz, P.; Sisask, M.; Värnik, A.; Sarchiapone, M.; Hoven, C.W.; Wasserman, D. Reading books and watching films as a protective factor against suicidal ideation Saving and Empowering Young Lives in Europe (SEYLE); adolescent; belonging; mental health; protective factors; suicide; book; audiovisual Article
176 View Hacking, S.; Secker, J.; Spandler, H.; Kent, L.; Shenton, J. Evaluating the impact of participatory art projects for people with mental health needs. community settings; empowerment; evaluation; mental health; participatory art project Article
177 View Thomson, L. J. M.; Chatterjee, H. J. Well-Being With Objects: Evaluating a Museum ObjectHandling Intervention for Older Adults in Health Care Settings happiness; health care; measures; museum object-handling intervention; subjective well-being Article
179 View Jensen, A.; Bonde, L.O. The use of arts interventions for mental health and wellbeing in health settings arts activities; clinical interventions; health; wellbeing; mental health; arts participation; arts on prescription Article
180 View Goldenberg, R. B. Singing Lessons for Respiratory Health: A Literature Review singing; respiratory health; physiotherapy; voice pedagogy; music therapy Article
182 View Chamberlain, D.; Heaps, D.; Robert, I. Bibliotherapy and information prescriptions: a summary of the published evidence‐base and recommendations from past and ongoing Books on Prescription projects bibliotherapy; books on prescription; information prescriptions Article
183 View Binnie, J. Does Viewing Art in the Museum Reduce Anxiety and Improve Wellbeing? museum; viewing art; anxiety; wellbeing Article
185 View Wheatley, D.; Bickerton, C. Subjective well-being and engagement in arts, culture and sport. subjective well-being; job satisfaction; cultural value; leisure time; arts and culture; sport Article
186 View Węziak-Białowolska, D.; Białowolski, P. Cultural events – does attendance improve health? Evidence from a Polish longitudinal study cultural attendance; self-reported health; patient health questionnaire; longitudinal data; causal analysis Article
187 View Poulos, R.G.; Marwood, S.; Harkin, D.; Opher, S.; Clift, S.; Cole, A.M.D.; Rhee, J.; Beilharz, K.; Poulos, C.J. Arts on prescription for community‐dwelling older people with a range of health and wellness needs ageing; art; community dwelling; community services for elder people; health; mental health Article
189 View Bygren, L.O.; Konlaan, B.B.; Johansson, S.E. Attendance at cultural events, reading books or periodicals, and making music or singing in a choir as determinants for survival: Swedish interview survey of living conditions attendence cultural events; survival; social problems; music; cinema; dance Article
190 View Wiseman, R.; Watt, C. Achieving the impossible: a review of magic-based interventions and their effects on wellbeing psychology; occupational therapy; magic tricks; health; intervention: performing arts Article
191 View Conceição, L. S. R.; Neto, M. G.; Amaral, M. A. S.; Martins-Filho, P. R. S.; Carvalho, V. O. Effect of dance therapy on blood pressure and exercise capacity of individuals with hypertension: A systematic review and meta-analysis blood pressure; dance; exercise; meta-analysis Article
192 View Daykin, N.; De Viggiani, N.; Pilkington, P.; Moriarty, Y. Music making for health, well-being and behaviour change in youth justice settings: a systematic review young people; music; health inequalities; systematic review Article
501 View Vrtana D., Krizanova A., Skorvagova E., Valaskova K. Exploring the affective level in adolescents in relation to advertising with a selected emotional appeal Adolescents; Advertising; Emotional appeal; Emotional states; Emotions; Regions Article
502 View Tatlow-Golden M., Parker D. The devil is in the detail: Challenging the UK department of health’s 2019 impact assessment of the extent of online marketing of unhealthy foods to children Adolescent; Advertising; Children; Digital; Marketing; Online; Policy; Regulation; TV Article
503 View Dunkeld C., Wright M.L., Banerjee R.A., Easterbrook M.J., Slade L. Television exposure, consumer culture values, and lower well-being among preadolescent children: The mediating role of consumer-focused coping strategies appearance; children; consumer culture; coping; materialism; media exposure; values; well-being Article
504 View Smith C.P., George D. When is advertising a plastic surgeon’s individual “brand” unethical? Article
505 View Slater A., Bowen J., Corsini N., Gardner C., Golley R., Noakes M. Understanding parent concerns about childrens diet, activity and weight status: An important step towards effective obesity prevention interventions Child; Intervention development; Obesity prevention; Parental views Article
506 View Pollay R.W. Targeting youth and concerned smokers: Evidence from Canadian tobacco industry documents concerned smokers; Advertising; Brand imagery; Corporate documents; Market research; Youth targeting Article
531 View Rice L., Drane M. Indicators of Healthy Architecture—a Systematic Literature Review Architecture; Indicators; Public health; Urban; Wellbeing Article
532 View Peters V.J.T., Meijboom B.R., Bunt J.E.H., Bok L.A., van Steenbergen M.W., de Winter J.P., de Vries E. Providing person-centered care for patients with complex healthcare needs: A qualitative study Article
533 View Ramirez-Figueroa C., Beckett R. Living with buildings, living with microbes: Probiosis and architecture Article
534 View Nielsen J.H., Overgaard C. Healing architecture and Snoezelen in delivery room design: A qualitative study of womens birth experiences and patient-centeredness of care Birth environment; Birth experience; Hospital design; Patient-centered care; Qualitative methods; Semi-structured interviews Article
535 View Punzi L., Chia M., Cipolletta S., Dolcetti C., Galozzi P., Giovinazzi O., Tonolo S., Zava R., Pazzaglia F. The role of architectural design for rheumatic patients’ wellbeing: The point of view of environmental psychology Architectural psychology; Arthritis; Environmental psychology; Pain; Psychology; Rheumatic diseases; Rheumatology Article
536 View de Paiva A., Jedon R. Short- and long-term effects of architecture on the brain: Toward theoretical formalization Behavior; Brain; Long term; Neuroarchitecture; Neuroscience; Short term Article
537 View Villanueva C.M.S. Transformations of Urban Space in Community and Pedestrian Wellbeing Community and Pedestrian Wellbeing; Transformations; Urban Space Article
538 View Jewkes Y., Jordan M., Wright S., Bendelow G. Designing ‘healthy’ prisons for women: Incorporating trauma-informed care and practice (TICP) into prison planning and design Mental health in prisons; Trauma; Trauma informed care and practice; Wellbeing; Women’s health Article
539 View Friesinger J.G., Topor A., Bøe T.D., Larsen I.B. Studies regarding supported housing and the built environment for people with mental health problems: A mixed-methods literature review Architecture; Built environment; Literature review; Living place; Mental health; Supported housing Article
540 View Capolongo S., Rebecchi A., Dettori M., Appolloni L., Azara A., Buffoli M., Capasso L., Casuccio A., Conti G.O., D’amico A., Ferrante M., Moscato U., Oberti I., Paglione L., Restivo V., D’alessandro D. Healthy design and urban planning strategies, actions, and policy to achieve salutogenic cities Health promotion; Healthy urban planning strategies; Non-communicable disease prevention; Public health; Salutogenic cities; Urban health Article
541 View Mc L.J., Harrison I.R. The effects of built environment design on opportunities for wellbeing in care homes Care homes; Ethnographic observations; Human building interactions; User study; Wellbeing Article
542 View Venerandi A., Quattrone G., Capra L. City form and well-being: What makes London neighborhoods good places to live? Open Data; Quantitative Analysis; Urban Form; Well-being Article
544 View Cantillon Z., Baker S. DIY Heritage Institutions as Third Places: Caring, Community and Wellbeing Among Volunteers at the Australian Jazz Museum Australian Jazz Museum; DIY institution; heritage volunteers; serious leisure; third place Article
545 View Fancourt D., Baxter L., Lorencatto F. Barriers and enablers to engagement in participatory arts activities amongst individuals with depression and anxiety: Quantitative analyses using a behaviour change framework Anxiety; Arts; Barriers; Behaviour; Behaviour change; Depression; Enablers Article
546 View Pearce E. Participants’ perspectives on the social bonding and well-being effects of creative arts adult education classes mental health; Self-efficacy; social capital Article
547 View Kim D. The effects of a combined physical activity, recreation, and art and craft program on ADL, cognition, and depression in the elderly Arts and crafts; Elderly; Physical activity program; Recreation Article
548 View Hikichi H., Kondo K., Takeda T., Kawachi I. Social interaction and cognitive decline: Results of a 7-year community intervention Community intervention; Japan; Marginal structural models; Prevention; Social participation Article
549 View Ho H.C.Y., Mui M., Wan A., Ng Y.-L., Stewart S.M., Yew C., Lam T.H., Chan S.S. Happy Family Kitchen II: A cluster randomized controlled trial of a community-based positive psychology family intervention for subjective happiness and health-related quality of life in Hong Kong Community-based intervention; Health-related quality of life; Positive psychology; Randomized controlled trial; Subjective happiness; Subjective well-being Article
550 View Pienaar L., Reynolds F. ‘A respite thing’: A qualitative study of a creative arts leisure programme for family caregivers of people with dementia Arts for health; Carers; Dementia; Well-being Article
551 View Kelly M., Rivas C., Foell J., Llewellyn-Dunn J., England D., Cocciadiferro A., Hull S. Unmasking quality: Exploring meanings of health by doing art Art; Community development; Primary care; Social prescribing Article
552 View Jones M., Kimberlee R., Deave T., Evans S. The role of community centre-based arts, leisure and social activities in promoting adult well-being and healthy lifestyles Arts and health; Community development; Healthy living; Holistic programmes; Well-being Article
553 View Müllersdorf M., Ivarsson A.B. Use of Creative Activities in Occupational Therapy Practice in Sweden Creative activities; Occupational therapy; Web survey Article
554 View Crawford M.J., Killaspy H., Barnes T.R.E., Barrett B., Byford S., Clayton K., Dinsmore J., Floyd S., Hoadley A., Johnson T., Kalaitzaki E., King M., Leurent B., Maratos A., ONeill F.A., Osborn D.P., Patterson S., Soteriou T., Tyrer P., Waller D. Group art therapy as an adjunctive treatment for people with schizophrenia: Multicentre pragmatic randomised trial Article
555 View Reynolds F., Vivat B., Prior S. Womens experiences of increasing subjective well-being in CFS/ME through leisure-based arts and crafts activities: A qualitative study Art; Chronic fatigue; Creativity; Interpretative phenomenological analysis; Leisure; Occupation; Subjective well-being Article
556 View Horghagen S., Josephsson S., Alsaker S. The use of craft activities as an occupational therapy treatment modality in Norway during 1952-1960 Craft activities; History; Occupational therapy Article
557 View la Cour K., Josephsson S., Luborsky M. Creating connections of life during life-threatening illness: Creative activity experienced by elderly people and occupational therapists Creative activity; Elderly; Life-threatening illness; Occupational therapists Article
566 View Olivares-Delgado F., Iglesias-Sánchez P.P., Benlloch-Osuna M.T., Heras-Pedrosa C.L., Jambrino-Maldonado C. Resilience and Anti-Stress during COVID-19 Isolation in Spain: An Analysis through Audiovisual Spots confinement; coronavirus; corporate ads; COVID-19; health communication; isolation; public health; resilience; risk communication; stress Article
567 View Yılmaz N.G., Van Weert J.C.M., Peters E., Lissenberg-Witte B.I., Becker A., Senan S., Dickhoff C., Timmermans D.R.M., Damman O.C. Testing the Effects of Modality and Narration Style on Patients’ Information Use in a Lung Cancer Treatment Decision Aid audiovisual information; information processing; lung cancer; modality; narration style; narrative information; non-small cell; older patients; patient decision aids Article
568 View Bird J.M., Karageorghis C.I. A Grounded Theory of Music-Video Use in an Exercise Facility Audiovisual stimuli; exercise psychology; physical activity; qualitative research Article
569 View Barker R.E., Jones S.E., Banya W., Fleming S., Kon S.S.C., Clarke S.F., Nolan C.M., Patel S., Walsh J.A., Maddocks M., Farquhar M., Bell D., Wedzicha J.A., Man W.D.-C. The effects of a video intervention on posthospitalization pulmonary rehabilitation uptake Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; Hospitalization; Rehabilitation Article
570 View Hébert C., Dagenais C., Sween-Cadieuxid E.M., Ridde V. Video as a public health knowledge transfer tool in Burkina Faso: A mixed evaluation comparing three narrative genres Article
571 View Djannah S.N., Sulistyawati S., Sukesi T.W., Mulasari S.A., Tentama F. Audio-visual media to improve sexual-reproduction health knowledge among adolescent Adolescent education; Audio-visual media; Knowledge; Sexual-reproduction health Article
572 View Lee L.-P., Har A.W.-Y., Ngai C.-H., Lai D.W.L., Lam B.Y.-H., Chan C.C.-H. Audiovisual integrative training for augmenting cognitive- motor functions in older adults with mild cognitive impairment Attentional control; Audiovisual integration; Mild cognitive impairment; Upper limb motor functions Article
573 View Housten A.J., Kamath G.R., Bevers T.B., Cantor S.B., Dixon N., Hite A., Kallen M.A., Leal V.B., Li L., Volk R.J. Does Animation Improve Comprehension of Risk Information in Patients with Low Health Literacy? A Randomized Trial cancer screening; health literacy; shared decision making (SDM) Article
574 View Daryani I., Suciana F., Rusmingsih E. Effect of Health Education using Audiovisual on Knowledge of Osteoporosis Prevention in Elderly Article
575 View Grasaas E., Fegran L., Helseth S., Stinson J., Martinez S., Lalloo C., Haraldstad K. Icancope with pain: Cultural adaptation and usability testing of a self-management app for adolescents with persistent pain in Norway Adolescent; Chronic pain; Health; Mobile app; Self-management; Translating Article
576 View Prieto-Pinto L., Lara-Díaz M.F., Garzón-Orjuela N., Herrera D., Páez-Canro C., Reyes J.H., González-Gordon L., Jiménez-Murcia V., Eslava-Schmalbach J. Effectiveness assessment of maternal and neonatal health video clips in knowledge transfer using neuromarketing tools: A randomized crossover trial Article
577 View Langdridge D., Davis M., Gozdzielewska L., McParland J., Williams L., Young M., Smith F., MacDonald J., Price L., Flowers P. A visual affective analysis of mass media interventions to increase antimicrobial stewardship amongst the public affect; antimicrobial stewardship; behaviour change; mass media communications; visual materials Article
578 View Galindo-Neto N.M., Alexandre A.C.S., Barros L.M., Sá G.G.M., de Carvalho K.M., Caetano J.Á. Creation and validation of an educational video for deaf people about cardiopulmonary resuscitation Audiovisual aids; Cardiopulmonary resuscitation; Health education; Instructional films and videos; Persons with Hearing Impairments; Teaching materials Article
579 View Shi Z., Wang A.-L., Aronowitz C.A., Cappella J.N., Romer D., Langleben D.D. Connectivity between visual and auditory cortices mediates the influence of argument strength on the effectiveness of smoking-cessation videos among smokers low in sensation seeking Brain connectivity; Functional magnetic resonance imaging; Health communication; Sensation seeking; Smoking Article
580 View Lipson-Smith R., White F., White A., Serong L., Cooper G., Price-Bell G., Hyatt A. Co-design of a consultation audio-recording mobile app for people with cancer: The secondears app Adult; Audiovisual aids; Cancer; Community-based participatory research; Health behavior; Humans; Mobile apps; Psychological theory; referral and consultation Article
581 View Xie Q., Pan J., Chen Y., He Y., Ni X., Zhang J., Wang F., Li Y., Yu R. A gaze-independent audiovisual brain-computer Interface for detecting awareness of patients with disorders of consciousness 17 Psychology and Cognitive Sciences 1701 Psychology 11 Medical and Health Sciences 1109 Neurosciences Audiovisual brain-computer interface (BCI); Awareness detection; Disorders of consciousness (DOC); Event-related potential (ERP); Semantic congruency Article
582 View Khandelwal D., Kalra N., Tyagi R., Khatri A., Gupta K. Control of anxiety in pediatric patients using tell show do method and audiovisual distraction Anxiety; Audiovisual distraction; First dental visit Article
583 View Silva De Souza E., Cardoso A., Lamounier E. A Virtual Environment-Based Training System for a Blind Wheelchair User Through Use of Three-Dimensional Audio Supported by Electroencephalography telemedicine Article
584 View Nishikawa M., Yamanaka M., Kiriya J., Jimba M. Providing Japanese health care information for international visitors: Digital animation intervention Digital animation; Health information; International visitors; Japan Article
585 View Wei N.J., Dougherty B., Myers A., Badawy S.M. Using google glass in surgical settings: Systematic review Google Glass; Head-mounted wearable device; Surgery; Surgical condition; Surgical setting; Wearable; Wearable device Article
586 View Berkhout C., Zgorska-Meynard-Moussa S., Willefert-Bouche A., Favre J., Peremans L., Royen P.V. Audiovisual aids in primary healthcare settings’ waiting rooms. A systematic review Audiovisual aids; Health promotion; Patient education as topic; Primary healthcare; Waiting room Article
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953 View Lee K.L., Mustaffa M.S., Tan S.Y. Visual arts in counselling adults with depressive disorders Counselling; depressive disorders; visual arts Article
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962 View Morris J.H., Kelly C., Toma M., Kroll T., Joice S., Mead G., Donnan P., Williams B. Feasibility study of the effects of art as a creative engagement intervention during stroke rehabilitation on improvement of psychosocial outcomes: Study protocol for a single blind randomized controlled trial: The ACES study Art; Health status; Mood; Self-esteem; Stroke Article
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968 View Collette N. Art therapy and cancer Arteterapia y cáncer Art therapy; Cancer; Comprehensive care; Empowerment; Identity; Palliative care Article
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2000 View Gómez S.F.; Rajmil L. Advertising, obesity and child health: the case of Spain adolescent nutrition; adolescent obesity; advertising; beverage; body weight gain; child; child health; child nutrition; child poverty; childhood obesity; family income; government regulation; health hazard; human; Internet; life expectancy; lowest income group; mobile application; nutrient profiling; obesogenic environment; physical activity; psychological well-being; public policy; quality of life; Review; sedentary lifestyle; social class; social determinants of health; social inequality; Spain; unhealthy diet; World Health Organization Article
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2002 View DuPont-Reyes M.J.; Hernandez-Munoz J.J.; Tang L. TV Advertising, Corporate Power, and Latino Health Disparities Advertising; Beverages; Food; Hispanic or Latino; Humans; Pharmaceutical Preparations; Reproducibility of Results; Television; drug; advertising; beverage; food; human; reproducibility; television Article
2003 View Li M. Blending identity-specific depiction and activism advocacy in Black-centric health advertising on social media: intersectional health communication targeting Black cisgender heterosexual and Black LGBTQ populations Article
2004 View Wierzejska R.E.; Wiosetek-Reske A.; Siuba-Strzelińska M.; Wojda B. Health-Related Content of TV and Radio Advertising of Dietary Supplements—Analysis of Legal Aspects after Introduction of Self-Regulation for Advertising of These Products in Poland Advertising; Dietary Supplements; Poland; Product Labeling; Self-Control; Television; Poland Central Europe ; advertising; consumption behavior; food product; legal system; television; advertising; article; autoregulation; awareness; body weight loss; consumer; dietary supplement; human; legal aspect; Poland; radio; telecommunication; dietary supplement; packaging; Poland; self control; television Article
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2027 View Boldina A.; Hanel P.H.P.; Steemers K. Active Urbanism and choice architecture: Encouraging the use of challenging city routes for health and fitness Article
2028 View Tijani B.; Jin X.-H.; Osei-Kyei R. PESTEL analysis of mental health management of project management practitioners (PMPs) in architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) project organization Article
2029 View Marsh R.; Pilkington P.; Marco E.; Rice L. Evaluating a workforce development programme: bringing public health into architecture education in England adult; architect; article; curriculum; documentation; England; female; human; human experiment; interview; male; physician; public health; questionnaire; workforce Article
2030 View Buttazzoni A.; Dean J.; Minaker L. Urban design and adolescent mental health: A qualitative examination of adolescent emotional responses to pedestrian- and transit-oriented design and cognitive architecture concepts Adolescent; Cities; Cognition; Emotions; Female; Humans; Male; Mental Health; Pedestrians; Urban Health; adolescence; cognition; mental health; pedestrian; public transport; research; Sustainable Development Goal; urban design; urban planning; adolescent; article; built environment; child; clinical article; controlled study; emotion; exploratory research; female; fractal analysis; gender; human; human experiment; interview; male; mental health; pedestrian; perception; physician; potential difference; qualitative research; sustainable development goal; city; cognition; emotion; urban health Article
2032 View Rantala E.; Järvelä-Reijonen E.; Pettersson K.; Laine J.; Vartiainen P.; Närväinen J.; Pihlajamäki J.; Poutanen K.; Absetz P.; Karhunen L. Sensory Appeal and Routines Beat Health Messages and Visibility Enhancements: Mixed-Methods Analysis of a Choice-Architecture Intervention in a Workplace Cafeteria adult; article; clinical article; eating; external validity; eye tracking; female; food intake; health promotion; human; human experiment; interview; male; pretest posttest design; transcription initiation; visibility; visual attention; workplace Article
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2043 View Kappler S.; McKane A. Negotiating Binaries in Curatorial Practice: Modality, Temporality, and Materiality in Cape Town’s Community-led Urban History Museums Article
2044 View Vardopoulos I. Industrial building adaptive reuse for museum. Factors affecting visitors’ perceptions of the sustainable urban development potential Deterioration; Environmental protection; Historic preservation; Museums; Regression analysis; Sustainable development; Urban growth; Adaptive re use; Circular building; Community involvement; Cultural heritages; FIX brewery; Industrial buildings; Industrial heritage; Resilience; Urban regeneration; Urban sustainability; building; cultural heritage; industrial development; museum; perception; sustainable development; urban development; urban renewal; Office buildings Article
2045 View Fender S. The Squat-Museum Public Urban History in Autonomous Spaces: The Hamburger Gängeviertel Article
2047 View Furlan R.; Marthya K.L.; Ellath L.A.; Esmat M.; Al-Matwi R. An urban regeneration-placemaking strategy for the Qatar National Museum and Souq Waqif’s transit-oriented development in Doha, State of Qatar Article
2048 View Were G. Urban Development and Fishing Livelihoods in the Museum: Nostalgia and Discontent in Central Vietnam Article
2049 View Sharp E. A Review of the Exhibit Fix: Heartbreak and Hope: Inside Our Opioid Crisis: Finding Common Ground Between Health Promotion and Museum Practice Adult; Analgesics, Opioid; Health Promotion; Humans; Museums; Opioid Epidemic; Social Stigma; narcotic analgesic agent; adult; health promotion; human; information center; social stigma Article
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2122 View Postel-Vinay N.; Shao J.-D.; Pinton A.; Servais A.; Gebara N.; Amar L. Home Blood Pressure Measurement and Self-Interpretation of Blood Pressure Readings During Pregnancy: Hy-Result e-Health Prospective Study Blood Pressure; Blood Pressure Monitoring, Ambulatory; Female; Humans; Hypertension; Male; Pregnancy; Prospective Studies; Telemedicine; antihypertensive agent; adult; anxiety; Article; blood pressure measurement; blood pressure monitoring; consultation; controlled study; descriptive research; e-mail; female; first trimester pregnancy; home blood pressure measurement; human; hypertension; major clinical study; patient compliance; personal experience; pregnancy; professional-patient relationship; prospective study; public opinion; questionnaire; reliability; second trimester pregnancy; third trimester pregnancy; blood pressure; hypertension; male; pregnancy; telemedicine Article
2123 View Chen Y.; James J.J.; Michalopoulou E.; Darker I.T.; Jenkins J. Performance of Radiologists and Radiographers in Double Reading Mammograms: The UK National Health Service Breast Screening Program Breast Neoplasms; Early Detection of Cancer; England; Female; Humans; Mammography; Mass Screening; Radiologists; Retrospective Studies; Sensitivity and Specificity; State Medicine; breast tumor; early cancer diagnosis; England; female; human; mammography; mass screening; national health service; procedures; radiologist; retrospective study; sensitivity and specificity Article
2124 View de Andrade H.S.; Carvalho S.R.; de Oliveira C.F. Readings of state and health neoliberal government; Leituras do governo neoliberal do Estado e da saúde article; citizenship; government; morality; public health; solidarity Article
2125 View Kovess-Masfety V.; Ester W.A.; Wild K.; Bitfoi A.; Goelitz D.; Lesinskiene S.; Mihova Z.; Otten R.; Husky M.M. Mental health problems, low birthweight and academic achievement in mathematics and reading Article
2126 View McArthur G.; Badcock N.; Castles A.; Robidoux S. Tracking the Relations Between Children’s Reading and Emotional Health Across Time: Evidence From Four Large Longitudinal Studies Article
2127 View Petrescu-Mag R.M.; Petrescu D.C.; Ivan A.; Tenter A. An intergenerational reading of climate change-health concern nexus: a qualitative study of the Millennials’ and Gen Z participants’ perceptions Attitude; Climate Change; Humans; Intergenerational Relations; Motivation; Reading; adult; anxiety; article; buck (mammal); climate change; clinical article; human; human experiment; interview; job market; male; perception; practice guideline; public health; qualitative research; software; summer; thematic analysis; winter; attitude; human relation; motivation; reading Article
2128 View Larson S.A. Evil animes and Honorable Ruptures: Reading Gabriel García Márquez’s Love in the Time of Cholera through a Public Health Humanities Lens Cholera; Humanities; Humans; Love; Physician-Patient Relations; Public Health; cholera; doctor patient relationship; human; humanities; love; public health Article
2129 View Leroy C.; Kammerer Y. Reading multiple documents on a health-related issue: the roles of a text-highlighting tool and re-reading behaviour in integrated understanding Condition; Document integration; Eye-tracking; Eye-tracking analysis; Multiple document integration; Multiple documents; Re-reading behavior; Text-highlighting tool; University students; adult; article; exploratory research; eye tracking; female; human; human experiment; major clinical study; male; touch; university student; Eye tracking Article
2130 View Bergem I.M. Anti-vaccination as political dissent – a post-political reading of Yellow Vests’ accounts of Covid-19, vaccines and the Health pass Article
2131 View Heath J. Imitatio Christi and Violence to the Self: Winnicott’s True/False Self and Possible Health Risks of (Mis)Reading Paul Article
2133 View Shah A.R.; Ni L.; Bay A.A.; Hart A.R.; Perkins M.M.; Hackney M.E. Psychosocial Effects of Remote Reading with Telephone Support versus In-Person Health Education for Diverse, Older Adults Aged; Aged, 80 and over; Depression; Health Education; Humans; Learning; Quality of Life; Reading; adult; aged; Article; Beck Depression Inventory; clinical research; depression; exercise; female; follow up; Geriatric Depression Scale; health education; human; learning theory; lifestyle; male; outcome assessment; physiological stress; quality of life; questionnaire; Short Form 12; social psychology; health education; learning; quality of life; reading; very elderly Article
2134 View Steel J. Children’s wellbeing and reading engagement: the impact of reading to dogs in a Scottish Primary 1 classroom Article
2135 View Blundell J.; Poole S. Poetry in a pandemic. Digital shared reading for wellbeing Article
2153 View Macdonald L.; Nicholls N.; Gallou E.; Monckton L.; Mitchell R. Is spatial exposure to heritage associated with visits to heritage and to mental health? A cross-sectional study using data from the UK Household Longitudinal Study (UKHLS) Adult; Cross-Sectional Studies; Female; Humans; Longitudinal Studies; Male; Mental Disorders; Mental Health; United Kingdom; adult; cross-sectional study; epidemiology; female; human; longitudinal study; male; mental disease; mental health; United Kingdom Article
2156 View Williams L.R.; Adams Rueda H. Witnessing Intimate Partner Violence Across Contexts: Mental Health, Delinquency, and Dating Violence Outcomes Among Mexican Heritage Youth Adolescent; Crime Victims; Cross-Sectional Studies; Exposure to Violence; Humans; Intimate Partner Violence; Mental Health; United States; adolescent; article; crime; dating violence; delinquency; exposure to violence; female; human; human experiment; immigrant; immigration; incidence; inheritance; juvenile; major clinical study; male; mental health; Mexican American; partner violence; peer group; poverty; risk factor; United States; witness; crime victim; cross-sectional study; mental health; psychology Article
2157 View Pringle Y.; Musisi S. HERITAGE, DEVELOPMENT, AND MENTAL HEALTH Article
2160 View Everill P.; Burnell K. Archaeology, Heritage, and Wellbeing: Authentic, Powerful, and Therapeutic Engagement with the Past Article
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2257 View Humphreys B.L. The multiple dimensions of expanded access to health information: Don Lindberg and the U.S. National Library of Medicine Libraries; Medical informatics; Natural language processing systems; Consumer health information; Donald AB lindberg MD; Fair share; Health informations; Internet access; Librarian; Medline; Multiple dimensions; National library of medicines; US national library of medicine; Health Article
2258 View Carey J.; Pathak A.; Johnson S.C. Effects of Library Workshop Attendance and Library Website Visit Frequency on Health Professions Students’ LibGuides Awareness Education, Graduate; Health Occupations; Humans; Libraries, Medical; Research Design; Students; adult; article; awareness; clinical article; female; field study; human; human experiment; information literacy; library; male; nursing student; occupation; perception; academic achievement; library; medical profession; methodology; student Article
2259 View Danquah L.E.; Bass M.B.; McGlothen-Bell K. Trends in…The Importance of Amplifying Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Academic Health Sciences Libraries Diversity, Equity, Inclusion; Libraries, Medical; Organizational Objectives; article; diversity, equity and inclusion; information source; library; nomenclature; organization Article
2260 View Sadeghi H.; Nowkarizi M.; Tajafari M. Critical incident technique helps determine how health library and information services influence clinical decision making and patient care: A literature review Clinical Decision-Making; Humans; Information Services; Librarians; Patient Care; Task Performance and Analysis; adult; clinical decision making; clinical practice; cost benefit analysis; Embase; female; human; information seeking; information service; librarian; male; Medline; patient care; review; Scopus; search engine; systematic review; Web of Science; clinical decision making; information service; librarian; patient care; task performance Article
2261 View Brewster L.; Cox A.M. Taking a ‘whole-university’ approach to student mental health: the contribution of academic libraries Article
2262 View Miller R.A.; Shortliffe E.H. Donald A.B. Lindberg and the U.S. National Library of Medicine transformed biomedical and health informatics Bioinformatics; Health; Biomedical informatics; Donald AB lindberg; Health informatics; Health informations; Information access; National library of medicines; US national library of medicine; Medical informatics Article
2263 View Wilson A.J.; Staley C.; Davis B.; Anton B. Libraries advancing health equity:a literature review Article
2264 View Bradley-Ridout G.; Mahetaji K.; Mitchell M. Using a reverse diversity audit approach to evaluate a dermatology collection in an academic health sciences library: A case presentation Article
2265 View Valero P.P.; Montesi M.; Rodríguez I.V. LIBRARIES BEFORE THE HEALTH CRISIS OF 2020–21. RESULTS OF A SURVEY OF WINNING LIBRARIES AND FINALISTS FOR THE FUNDACIÓN BIBLIOTECA SOCIAL AWARD; Biblioteques davant la crisi sanitària de 2020–21. Resultats d'una enquesta amb biblioteques guanyadores i finalistes del premi de la Fundación Biblioteca Social Article
2266 View Murphy J. Transforming health science libraries around the globe: The impact of technology Humans; Librarians; Libraries, Medical; Library Science; Technology; bibliographic database; computer literacy; editorial; human; information retrieval; information technology; Internet; librarian; library; medical information; occupation; librarian; library science; technology Article
2268 View Zhou X.; Yu X. Value Cognition and Practice Exploration of Public Library Health Service Article
2270 View Chung E.Y.-H.; Tse T.T.-O. Effect of human library intervention on mental health literacy: a multigroup pretest–posttest study Adolescent; Adult; Health Literacy; Humans; Mental Disorders; Mental Health; Outcome Assessment, Health Care; Social Stigma; Young Adult; adult; article; clinical article; comparative effectiveness; controlled study; evidence based practice center; female; health education; health literacy; human; human experiment; learning; male; mental health; minority group; outcome assessment; prejudice; pretest posttest design; psychiatry; randomized controlled trial; social distance; social stigma; teaching; vignette; young adult; adolescent; mental disease; mental health; psychology; social stigma Article
2271 View Miller R.A.; Shortliffe E.H. Corrigendum: The roles of the US National Library of Medicine and Donald A.B. Lindberg in revolutionizing biomedical and health informatics (Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association (2021) 28:12 (2728-2737) DOI: 10.1093/jamia/ocab245) erratum Article
2272 View Zhang J.; Zhang Y.; Xie Z. Using technology to promote the development of health science libraries in China China; Humans; Libraries; Libraries, Digital; Libraries, Medical; Library Associations; Technology; article; China; library; China; human; library science; technology Article
2273 View Bossaller J.; Kohlburn J.; Cho H.; Moulaison-Sandy H.; Adkins D. Health Information Needs of Public Library Leaders during COVID-19 Decision making; Human resource management; Libraries; Managers; Population statistics; Community information need; Decisions makings; Health informations; Local data; Making decision; Organisational; Organizational authority; Pandemic; Public health systems; Public library; COVID-19 Article
2274 View Sterling E.B.; Cleveland A.D.; Philbrick J.L. Analyzing COVID-19 Resources on Association of Academic Health Sciences Libraries’ (AAHSL) Research Guides COVID-19; Humans; Libraries, Medical; Social Media; human; library; social media Article
2275 View Zanal Abidin N.S.; Shaifuddin N.; Wan Mohd Saman W.S. Systematic Literature Review of the Bibliotherapy Practices in Public Libraries in Supporting Communities’ Mental Health and Wellbeing Article
2276 View Xavier Junior G.F.; Dos Rei A.S. The singularities of work in university libraries specialized in health: The reference service in debate; As singularidades do processo de trabalho nas bibliotecas universitárias especializadas em saúde: o serviço de referência em debate Article
2277 View Alvarez B.A. Sexual and Reproductive Health Information and Services in Public Libraries: A National Survey of Public Library Professionals Article
2278 View Kung J.Y.; Ly K.; Shiri A. Text mining applications to support health library practice: A case study on marijuana legalization Twitter analytics Article
2279 View Edwards C.; Gilroy D.; Mallender J. Evidence Searches Undertaken by Knowledge and Library Specialists Save the Time of Health Care Professionals and Produce an Economic Benefit to the NHS in England article; clinical decision making; cost benefit analysis; cost effectiveness analysis; decision support system; England; health care system; human; information retrieval; investment; library; systematic review Article
2280 View Muñoz-Martín B.; Salcedo-Sánchez C.; Villegas-Tripiana I.; Escudero-Gómez C.; de la Cámara-de las Heras J.M. COVID-19 and Health Sciences Libraries of public hospitals in Spain; COVID-19 y las Bibliotecas especializadas en Ciencias de la Salud de hospitales públicos en España Article
2283 View Williams N.A. Personal librarian programs in medical and academic health sciences libraries: a preliminary study Humans; Librarians; Libraries, Medical; Students, Medical; Surveys and Questionnaires; adult; article; dental student; e-mail; female; human; human experiment; librarian; library; major clinical study; male; medical student; nursing student; occupation; medical student; questionnaire Article
2284 View Piper C.; Wilairat S. Graduate library student interest in health sciences graduate employment positions: A think aloud study Article
2285 View Oudshoorn A.; Van Berkum A.; Burkell J.; Berman H.; Carswell J.; Van Loon C. Supporting Mental Health in a Public Library Context: A Mixed Methods Brief Evaluation article; community mental health; human; human experiment; library; mental health Article
2286 View Bridgeman M. The Use of Search Request Forms Can Identify Gaps in a Consumer Health Library Collection Article
2287 View Nemati-Anaraki L.; Khazaee F.; Ashrafi-Rizi H. The Status of Public Libraries Affiliated with the Cultural and Art Organization of Tehran Municipality in Providing Health Information to the Elderly Article
2289 View Murphy J. Global trends health science libraries: Part 2 Health Literacy; Humans; Librarians; Libraries, Medical; Systematic Reviews as Topic; Tanzania; United States; article; data synthesis; editor; health literacy; human; human experiment; librarian; library; professional development; systematic review; trend study; health literacy; librarian; Tanzania; United States Article
2290 View Adle M.; Behre J.; Real B.; St. Jean B. Moving toward Health Justice in the COVID-19 Era: A Sampling of US Public Libraries’ Efforts to Inform the Public, Improve Information Literacy, Enable Health Behaviors, and Optimize Health Outcomes Article
2291 View Murphy J. Global trends health science libraries: Part 3 Africa; Humans; Libraries, Medical; Library Science; Africa; article; Asia; case report; clinical article; Europe; human; information literacy; information seeking; librarian; library; North America; patient education; social network; trend study; library science Article
2292 View Smith D.A. Wikipedia: an unexplored resource for understanding consumer health information behaviour in library and information science scholarship Article
2293 View Prilop V. Evaluating a Pandemic Chat Service in a Consumer Health Library Article
2294 View Grossman S.; Erwin L.J.; Martinez-Donate A.; Agosto D.E.; Winston M.; Epstein N.; Klassen A.C. Provision of health-related information for immigrant patrons in public libraries in a large US city Article
2295 View Carlyle R. Making the most of public policy in health libraries and information services: Example of the Health and Care Bill 2022 England; Health Policy; Humans; Libraries; Library Services; Public Policy; attitude to health; editorial; England; funding; health care policy; information service; law; leadership; public policy; United Kingdom; health care policy; human; library; public policy Article
2297 View Lloyd J.K.; Alpi K.M.; Hoogland M.A.; Stephenson P.L.; Meyer E. Interlibrary loan and document delivery in North American health sciences libraries during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic COVID-19; Humans; Interlibrary Loans; Libraries, Medical; North America; Pandemics; human; library; North America; pandemic Article
2298 View Jameson J.; Duhon L. A 10-year follow-up survey of US academic libraries highlights the COVID-19 experience and greater interest in health information outreach Article
2299 View Merga M.K. How School Libraries Can Promote Health Literacy in Challenging Times Article
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2301 View Jenkins C.L.; Sykes S.; Wills J. Public Libraries as Supportive Environments for Children’s Development of Critical Health Literacy Child; England; Health Literacy; Humans; Libraries; Research Design; Schools; England; United Kingdom; child development; child welfare; educational development; ethnography; health education; health policy; health status; institutional framework; literacy; stakeholder; article; child; child health; conceptual model; England; ethnography; female; health literacy; human; human experiment; library; male; methodology; school Article
2303 View Liu J.; Sun H.L.; Zheng J. Factors affecting users' intention to use mobile health services of public libraries Article
2304 View Lozano H. Libraries as a Mental Health Resource Article
2306 View Erratum to: Algorithmic literacy in medical students – results of a knowledge test conducted in Germany (Health Information & Libraries Journal, (2021), 38, 3, (224-230), 10.1111/hir.12392) erratum Article
2307 View Urquhart C.; Brettle A. Validation of a generic impact survey for use by health library services indicates the reliability of the questionnaire Health Services; Humans; Libraries; Library Services; Reproducibility of Results; Surveys and Questionnaires; adult; article; Cronbach alpha coefficient; data mining; e-learning; female; health survey; human; human experiment; library; male; questionnaire; reliability; United Kingdom; health service; questionnaire; reproducibility Article
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2313 View Bourgeois J.P. Graduate students in public health predict their actual usage of different library services and resources quite accurately Humans; Library Services; Public Health; Students; Surveys and Questionnaires; adult; article; clinical article; education; expectation; female; graduate student; human; human experiment; library; male; manager; prediction; public health; questionnaire; questionnaire; student Article
2314 View Cox A.; Brewster L. Aligned but not integrated: UK academic library support to mental health and well-being during COVID-19 Article
2315 View Boyd F. Between the Library and Lectures: How Can Nature Be Integrated Into University Infrastructure to Improve Students’ Mental Health Article
2316 View Offorha B.C.; Walters S.J.; Jacques R.M. Statistical analysis of publicly funded cluster randomised controlled trials: a review of the National Institute for Health Research Journals Library Cluster Analysis; Humans; Linear Models; Periodicals as Topic; Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic; Research Design; Research Report; controlled study; correlation coefficient; eligibility; extraction; human; medical research; mixed cell culture; outcome assessment; practice guideline; randomized controlled trial; review; United Kingdom; cluster analysis; methodology; publication; randomized controlled trial (topic); research; statistical model Article
2317 View Deguzman P.B.; Garth J.L.; Sanjay K.; Compton R.M. Extending health care access via telemedicine in public libraries Health Personnel; Health Services Accessibility; Humans; Physicians; Surveys and Questionnaires; Telemedicine; health care delivery; health care personnel; human; physician; procedures; questionnaire; telemedicine Article
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2319 View Hawker L.; Ghumra I. Health Libraries Group at 75 Humans; Libraries; Library Associations; Universities; awards and prizes; editorial; human; librarian; memory; United Kingdom; welfare; library; library science; university Article
2320 View Cisney L. Active learning: a consideration in collection development in health sciences libraries? Article
2321 View Cisney L.B.; Hoover B.; Thormodson K. The Technology, Budget, and Other Challenges of Growing Health Systems on Academic Health Sciences Libraries: A Deeper Dive article; budget; human; librarian; library Article
2322 View Hamad F.; Al-Fadel M.; Fakhouri H. The role of academic libraries and information specialists during times of health crises in Jordan: the COVID-19 pandemic case Digital libraries; Information services; Libraries; Surveys; Academic libraries; Academic library service; Digital library service; Information sources; Library service and pandemic; Library services; Remote services; COVID-19 Article
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2324 View da Silva K.R.; de Souza F.G.; Bezerra A.P.L.; Oliveira B.A.S.; Gondim I.O. Public itinerant libraries: a strategy for democratizing access and health promotion; Bibliotecas itinerantes públicas: estratégia de democratização de acesso e promoção da saúde ; Bibliotecas públicas itinerantes: estrategia para democratizar el acceso y la promoción de la salud Article
2325 View Grant M.J. Celebrating 75 years of the Health Libraries Group Humans; Librarians; Libraries; Libraries, Medical; editorial; human; interview; learning; librarian; literature; medical information; primary health care; questionnaire; teaching; tertiary education; library Article
2326 View Taheri A.; Yousefianzadeh O.; Saeedizadeh M. A qualitative study of the health information seeking behaviour of adolescent girls in Iran indicates that public libraries could help supply information required about puberty Adolescent; Female; Humans; Information Seeking Behavior; Iran; Patient Acceptance of Health Care; Puberty; Qualitative Research; adolescent; article; Asia; child; female; genetic transcription; human; information seeking; Internet; internet literacy; interview; Iran; library; medical information; phenomenology; physical activity; puberty; qualitative research; skill; social network; women's health; Iran; patient attitude; qualitative research Article
2327 View Ankamah S.; Gyesi K.; Amponsah V. Use of electronic resources in research and learning in a health sciences library in Ghana: An analysis of awareness and perception of users Article
2328 View Phillips C. Equity work in a health sciences library Article
2329 View Hirt J.; Schönenberger C.M.; Ewald H.; Lawson D.O.; Papola D.; Rohner R.; Suter K.; Lin S.; Germini F.; Zeng L.; Shahabinezhad A.; Chowdhury S.R.; Gao Y.; Bhattacharjee A.; Lima J.P.; Marusic A.; Buljan I.; Agarwal A.; Guyatt G.H.; Briel M.; Schandelmaier S. Introducing the Library of Guidance for Health Scientists (LIGHTS): A Living Database for Methods Guidance Databases, Factual; Humans; Methods; Research Design; factual database; human; methodology; procedures Article
2330 View Fleary S.A.; Gonçalves C.; Joseph P.L.; Baker D.M. Census Tract Demographics Associated with Libraries’ Social, Economic, and Health-Related Programming Census Tract; Health Promotion; Humans; Libraries; Racial Groups; Social Determinants of Health; United States; census; demographic survey; ethnic minority; health status; health survey; public health; public space; racial identity; socioeconomic conditions; socioeconomic indicator; socioeconomic status; socioeconomic survey; article; census tract; controlled study; demographics; ethnic group; health disparity; high school; human; librarian; library; linear regression analysis; major clinical study; public health; random sample; risk assessment; social determinants of health; ancestry group; health promotion; social determinants of health Article
2331 View Jennings-Roche A.; Adle M.; Jean B.St.; Jaeger P.T. The 1918 Influenza Pandemic in Popular Media and the Roles of Public Libraries in Supporting Health Information Access, Health Literacy, and Health Justice during Pandemics: Learning from the Past to Prepare for the Future Article
2332 View Biszaha A. Exploring the Expectations and Preferences of Health Sciences Library Subject Guides Users Libraries, Medical; Motivation; Surveys and Questionnaires; adult; article; expectation; human; learning; library; motivation; questionnaire Article
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2335 View Lenstra N.; Roberts J. Public Libraries and Health Promotion Partnerships: Needs and Opportunities Article
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2337 View Kumar Verma M.; Khan D.; Yuvaraj M. COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy among Library Professionals: A Case Study of Indian Health Science Librarians Article
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2358 View Clifford C. My Health, My Language - multilingual video messages on health in Ireland COVID-19; Female; Humans; Ireland; Language; Pandemics; Pregnancy; State Medicine; female; human; Ireland; language; national health service; pandemic; pregnancy Article
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2361 View Alanko D. The Health Effects of Video Games in Children and Adolescents Adolescent; Adolescent Behavior; Child; Child, Preschool; Health Status; Humans; Mental Health; United States; Video Games; adolescent; adolescent behavior; child; health status; human; mental health; preschool child; psychology; United States; video game Article
2362 View Akel M.; Fahs I.; Haddad C.; Kheir N.; Obeid S.; Hallit S. Association of violent video gaming with mental health among male teenagers in Lebanon Article
2363 View Yöyen E.; Barış T.G.; Sezer C. Investigation of the Efficiency of Psychological Support Videos as an Approach to the Protection of Mental Health of Medics During the Pandemic Process adult; alcohol consumption; anxiety; Article; coronavirus disease 2019; demography; depression; disaster; educational status; experimental design; female; gender; health care personnel; Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale; human; human experiment; male; mental health; pandemic; pretest posttest design; psychological care; psychological resilience; psychological resilience scale; psychologist; psychosocial disorder; psychotherapy; smoking; social network; videorecording Article
2364 View Huang J.; Gopalan A.; Muelly E.; Hsueh L.; Millman A.; Graetz I.; Reed M. Primary care video and telephone telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic: treatment and follow-up health care utilization COVID-19; Follow-Up Studies; Humans; Pandemics; Patient Acceptance of Health Care; Primary Health Care; Telemedicine; Telephone; follow up; human; pandemic; patient attitude; primary health care; telemedicine; telephone Article
2365 View Doley J.R.; McLean S.A. Engagement with body image health promotion videos in adult men and women: differences between narrative, informational, and persuasive appeal approaches Adult; Body Image; Female; Health Promotion; Humans; Male; Narration; Persuasive Communication; Social Stigma; adult; article; awareness; body dissatisfaction; body image; controlled study; female; health promotion; human; human experiment; major clinical study; male; narrative; persuasive communication; randomized controlled trial; social marketing; videorecording; health promotion; procedures; social stigma; verbal communication Article
2366 View Hawkins D.; Simon-Roberts S. Music Videos as Health Promotion: Juvenile’s “Vax That Thang Up” and the Promotion of the COVID-19 Vaccine in the Black Community Article
2367 View Samad L.; Teague B.; Elzubeir K.; Moreira K.; Agarwal N.; Bagge S.; Marriott E.; Wilson J. Mental health care using video during COVID-19: service user and clinician experiences, including future preferences Article
2368 View García-Gil M.Á.; Fajardo-Bullón F.; Rasskin-Gutman I.; Sánchez-Casado I. Problematic Video Game Use and Mental Health among Spanish Adolescents Adolescent; Adolescent Behavior; Behavior, Addictive; Female; Humans; Male; Mental Health; Surveys and Questionnaires; Video Games; Spain; adolescence; mental health; student; adolescence; adolescent; article; controlled study; female; gender; high school; human; human experiment; major clinical study; male; mental health; prosocial behavior; Spain; Spaniard; strengths and difficulties questionnaire; symptomatology; video game; addiction; adolescent behavior; mental health; psychology; questionnaire Article
2369 View Jacques E.T.; Basch C.H.; Park E.; Kollia B.; Barry E. Long Haul COVID-19 Videos on YouTube: Implications for Health Communication COVID-19; Health Communication; Humans; Language; Social Media; Video Recording; complication; epidemiology; human; language; medical information; social media; videorecording Article
2371 View Antonio M.G.; Williamson A.; Kameswaran V.; Beals A.; Ankrah E.; Goulet S.; Wang Y.; Macias G.; James-Gist J.; Brown L.K.; Davis S.; Pillai S.; Buis L.; Dillahunt T.; Veinot T.C. Targeting Patients’ Cognitive Load for Telehealth Video Visits through Student-Delivered Helping Sessions at a United States Federally Qualified Health Center: Equity-Focused, Mixed Methods Pilot Intervention Study Cognition; COVID-19; Humans; Pandemics; Pilot Projects; Students; Telemedicine; United States; cognition; human; pandemic; pilot study; student; telemedicine; United States Article
2372 View Noguchi T.; Sato M.; Saito T. An approach to psychosocial health among middle-aged and older people by remote sharing of photos and videos from family members not living together: A feasibility study Adult; Aged; Communication; Family; Feasibility Studies; Humans; Loneliness; Middle Aged; Personal Satisfaction; adult; aged; family; feasibility study; human; interpersonal communication; loneliness; middle aged; psychology; satisfaction Article
2374 View Gill A.S.; Biggs P.C.; Hagwood G.; Beliveau A.M.; Shahlaie K.; Strong E.B.; Steele T.O. Health Literacy and Web-Based Audiovisual Multimedia in Pituitary and Endoscopic Skull Base Surgery advertising; endoscopic pituitary surgery; health literacy; human; patient education; Review; search engine; skull surgery; social media; surgeon; videorecording Article
2375 View Huang M.-C.; Hung C.-H.; Yu C.-Y.; Lin K.-C. Multimedia Health Education on Insulin Injection Skills for Patients With Type 2 Diabetes Diabetes Mellitus, Type 2; Health Education; Humans; Insulin; Multimedia; insulin; controlled study; health education; human; multimedia; non insulin dependent diabetes mellitus; randomized controlled trial Article
2376 View Rose P.K.; Jain M.; Kataria N.; Sahoo P.K.; Garg V.K.; Yadav A. Microplastics in multimedia environment: A systematic review on its fate, transport, quantification, health risk, and remedial measures Marine pollution; Microplastic; Risk assessment; Soil pollution; Fate and transport; Microplastic pollution; Microplastics; Multimedia environment; Quantification of microplastic; Remedial measures; Remediation.; Risk measures; Systematic Review; health risk; plastic waste; pollutant transport; remediation; risk assessment; solute transport; trace element; Health risks Article
2377 View Sankaran R.S.; Hekimian K.; Purvis L.; Sahakyan Y. Multimedia health education intervention incorporating health behavior theories for improving parental intention to vaccinate daughters against HPV in Armenia Article
2378 View Wordlaw L.; Vilme H. Lessons learned: Implementing and adapting a multimedia campaign to promote heart health to college students Article
2379 View Martin-Kerry J.; Higgins S.; Knapp P.; Liabo K.; Young B. Engaging children, young people, parents and health professionals in interviews: Using an interactive ranking exercise within the co-design of multimedia websites Article
2380 View Susilawati E.; Johari A.; Marzal J.; Anggereini E. Effects of Multimedia E-Books and Augmented Reality on Knowledge and Skills of Health Sciences Students: A Systematic Review Article
2382 View Darban F.; Mir M.; Sabzevari S. Training by multimedia messaging service method, a solution to improve knowledge, attitude, and performance of health workers: A quasi- experimental study Article
2383 View Yip Y.C.; Yip K.H.; Tsui W.K. Young Adults’ Perspectives on the Implications of an Augmented Reality Mobile Game for Communities’ Public Health: A Qualitative Study Adolescent; Adult; Augmented Reality; Exercise; Humans; Mobile Applications; Public Health; Video Games; Young Adult; adolescent; adult; exercise; human; mobile application; psychology; public health; video game; young adult Article
2384 View Chaves Costa F.B.; Catrib A.M.F.; de Almeida L.P.C.M.; de Souza Araújo Santos Z.M.; de Oliveira Branco J.G.; Bruno da Silva C.A. Validation of an educational game to promote cardiovascular health in children Child; Health Education; Health Promotion; Humans; Research Design; child; health education; health promotion; human; methodology Article
2385 View Finserås T.R.; Sivertsen B.; Pallesen S.; Leino T.; Mentzoni R.A.; Skogen J.C. Different Typologies of Gamers Are Associated with Mental Health: Are Students DOOMed? Behavior, Addictive; Cross-Sectional Studies; Female; Humans; Mental Health; Students; Video Games; future prospect; health monitoring; health status; health survey; life satisfaction; mental health; recreational activity; social behavior; socioeconomic conditions; student; young population; adolescent; adult; Article; distress syndrome; female; game addiction; Game Addiction Scale for Adolescent; gamification; Hopkins Symptoms Checklist 25; human; human relation; Internet; life satisfaction; Likert scale; male; mental disease; mental health; Satisfaction with Life Scale; Symptom Checklist 90; addiction; cross-sectional study; mental health; psychology; student; video game Article
2386 View Fineschi D.; Acciai S.; Napolitani M.; Scarafuggi G.; Messina G.; Guarducci G.; Nante N. Game of Mirrors: Health Profiles in Patient and Physician Perceptions Adult; Aged; Cross-Sectional Studies; Depression; Female; Health Status; Humans; Male; Middle Aged; Physicians; Quality of Life; Self Care; Surveys and Questionnaires; Europe; health worker; perception; public health; quality of life; adult; aged; anxiety; Article; controlled study; cross-sectional study; depression; empathy; European Quality of Life 5 Dimensions questionnaire; female; Fisher exact test; general practitioner; health status; human; interrater reliability; major clinical study; male; middle aged; pain; patient mobility; perception; physical activity; quality of life; self care; self concept; sex difference; statistical analysis; very elderly; young adult; depression; health status; physician; quality of life; questionnaire Article
2389 View Wang Y.; Wang Z.; Liu G.; Wang Z.; Wang Q.; Yan Y.; Wang J.; Zhu Y.; Gao W.; Kan X.; Zhang Z.; Jia L.; Pang X. Application of Serious Games in Health Care: Scoping Review and Bibliometric Analysis Adolescent; Aged; Bibliometrics; Biomedical Research; Child; Databases, Factual; Delivery of Health Care; Humans; United States; adolescent; aged; bibliometrics; child; factual database; health care delivery; human; medical research; meta analysis; United States Article
2390 View Maskeliūnas R.; Damaševičius R.; Kulikajevas A.; Marley J.; Larsson C. Evaluation of MyRelief Serious Game for Better Self-Management of Health Behaviour Strategies on Chronic Low-Back Pain Article
2391 View Aiken P.; Rumbach A.; Madill C. Listening to Video Game Voices: A Call for Action for Research into the Vocal Health of Video Game Voice Actors Article
2393 View van Peppen L.; Faber T.J.E.; Erasmus V.; Dankbaar M.E.W. Teamwork Training With a Multiplayer Game in Health Care: Content Analysis of the Teamwork Principles Applied Article
2394 View de Droog S.M.; Steeg F. The design of health game rewards for preadolescents; Het ontwerp van gezondheidsgamebeloningen voor preadolescenten Article
2395 View Hershberger P.J.; Pei Y.; Crawford T.N.; Neeley S.M.; Wischgoll T.; Patel D.B.; Vasoya M.M.; Castle A.; Mishra S.; Surapaneni L.; Pogaku A.A.; Bositty A.; Pavlack T. An Interactive Game with Virtual Reality Immersion to Improve Cultural Sensitivity in Health Care Article
2396 View Pain D.J.; Green R.E.; Taggart M.A.; Kanstrup N. How contaminated with ammunition-derived lead is meat from European small game animals? Assessing and reducing risks to human health Animals; Animals, Wild; Food Contamination; Humans; Lead; Lead Poisoning; Meat; Rabbits; Denmark; lead; European Union; health risk; hunting; meat; regulatory approach; risk assessment; animal; food contamination; human; lead poisoning; Leporidae; meat; prevention and control; veterinary medicine; wild animal Article
2397 View Choi E.; Yoon E.-H.; Park M.-H. Game-based digital therapeutics for children and adolescents: Their therapeutic effects on mental health problems, the sustainability of the therapeutic effects and the transfer of cognitive functions anxiety disorder; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; attention disturbance; clinical effectiveness; cognition; cognition assessment; comorbidity; depression; emotion regulation; follow up; game based digital therapy; human; mental disease; pediatric patient; program acceptability; program sustainability; psychotherapy; Review; treatment outcome; treatment response; video game Article
2398 View Jia F.; Wang D.-D.; Li L. The stochastic evolutionary game analysis of public prevention and control strategies in public health emergencies Cost benefit analysis; Decision making; Disease control; Game theory; Public health; Stochastic models; Wear of materials; Control strategies; Evolutionary games; Health emergencies; Moran process; Prevention and controls; Prevention strategies; Public health emergency; Public prevention and control strategy; Stochastic evolutionary game; Stochastics; Stochastic systems Article
2399 View Yuan Y.; Du L.; Li X.; Chen F. An Evolutionary Game Model of the Supply Decisions between GNPOs and Hospitals during a Public Health Emergency communication; game theory; hospital sector; nonprofit organization; public health; strategic approach; sustainable development Article
2400 View Helmberger M.S.; Grieshop M.J. Life for the Loam: A Soil Ecology Game about Biodiversity & Ecosystem Health Article
2401 View Perrin J.; Meeus A.; Broseus J.; Morieux P.-J.; Di Ceglie V.; Gravoulet J.; D'Aveni M. A Serious Game About Hematology for Health Care Workers (SUPER HEMO): Development and Validation Study Article
2402 View Shickh S.; Oldfield L.E.; Clausen M.; Mighton C.; Sebastian A.; Calvo A.; Baxter N.N.; Dawson L.; Penney L.S.; Foulkes W.; Basik M.; Sun S.; Schrader K.A.; Regier D.A.; Karsan A.; Pollett A.; Pugh T.J.; Kim R.H.; Bombard Y. “Game Changer”: Health Professionals’ Views on the Clinical Utility of Circulating Tumor DNA Testing in Hereditary Cancer Syndrome Management Circulating Tumor DNA; Early Detection of Cancer; Health Personnel; Humans; Neoplastic Syndromes, Hereditary; Qualitative Research; BRCA1 protein; BRCA2 protein; circulating tumor DNA; circulating tumor DNA; anxiety; Article; cancer patient; cancer screening; clinical article; clinical decision making; clinical trial; cohort analysis; controlled study; diagnostic test; early cancer; early cancer diagnosis; female; follow up; gene mutation; genetic counseling; health practitioner; hereditary tumor syndrome; human; male; nuclear magnetic resonance imaging; ovary cancer; pancreas cancer; qualitative research; screening test; semi structured interview; tumor invasion; genetics; health care personnel; procedures Article
2403 View Drachen A. Debate: Games-based collaboration as a driver for massive-scale mental health research Adolescent; Child; Humans; Industry; Mental Health; Parents; Video Games; child; controlled study; female; gender; human; human experiment; male; mental health; mental health research; note; telemetry; wellbeing; adolescent; child parent relation; industry; psychology; video game Article
2404 View Tsai J.; Huang M.; Daniels K.; Harteveld C.; Jackson D. Legal, mental health and psychosocial outcomes of the RePresent Games: a quasi-experimental study adult; article; controlled study; education; female; human; human experiment; jurisprudence; legal procedure; legal service; male; mental health; quality of life; quasi experimental study; self help; video game Article
2405 View Vita-Barrull N.; March-Llanes J.; Guzmán N.; Estrada-Plana V.; Mayoral M.; Moya-Higueras J. The Cognitive Processes Behind Commercialized Board Games for Intervening in Mental Health and Education: A Committee of Experts adult; article; cognition; cognitive flexibility; consensus; controlled study; education; executive function; female; human; human experiment; Likert scale; male; mental health; neuroscience; problem solving; psychosocial intervention Article
2406 View Hartwell M.; Torgerson T.; Essex R.; Campbell B.; Belardo D.; Vassar M. Public Awareness of a Plant-Based Diet Following the Release of “Game Changers” and “What The Health” Documentaries Article
2407 View Micallef D.; Parker L.; Brennan L.; Schivinski B.; Jackson M. Improving the Health of Emerging Adult Gamers—A Scoping Review of Influences Adult; Humans; Video Games; adult; article; athlete; controlled study; dietary pattern; eating; health behavior; human; online game; organization; social marketing; video game; young adult Article
2409 View Tian S.; Chen Y. Vertical Integration of Electronic Health Records in Medical Consortiums: Dynamic Modeling Approach Based on the Evolutionary Game Theory Article
2410 View Giaquinto-Cilliers M.G.C.; Nair A.; von Pressentin K.B.; Coetzee F.; Saeed H. A ‘game of dressings’: Strategies for wound management in primary health care Africa, Southern; Bandages, Hydrocolloid; Deafness; Humans; Primary Health Care; Wound Healing; microRNA; Article; cell division; cost effectiveness analysis; game; human; immune response; photography; primary health care; wound dehiscence; wound healing; Africa; hearing impairment; hydrocolloid dressing; primary health care; wound healing Article
2411 View Zhang J.; Fang W. Study on the Role of College Sports Games and Taekwondo Teaching Based on Information Health Cardiovascular system; Curricula; Decision making; Health; Lipids; Normal distribution; Students; College physical educations; College sports; College students; Colleges and universities; Education curriculums; Martial art; Mental health; Systems physiology; Taekwondo; University physical educations; adult; Article; college; college student; controlled study; decision making; female; fitness; human; male; medical information; physical education; prospective study; qualitative research; quantitative study; taekwondo; teaching; university; university student; young adult; Sports Article
2412 View Katonai Z.; Gupta R.; Heuss S.; Fehr T.; Ebneter M.; Maier T.; Meier T.; Bux D.; Thackaberry J.; Schneeberger A.R. Serious Games and Gamification: Health Care Workers’ Experience, Attitudes, and Knowledge COVID-19; Gamification; Health Personnel; Humans; Pandemics; Video Games; health care personnel; human; pandemic; psychology; video game Article
2413 View Schuler B.R.; Raknes S. Does group size and blending matter? Impact of a digital mental health game implemented with refugees in various settings Article
2414 View Kim Y.-J.; Lee C.S.; Kang S.-W. Increased adolescent game usage and health-related risk behaviors during the COVID-19 pandemic Article
2415 View Zhang M.; Yao P. Study on the evolutionary game of the three parties in the combined medical and health-care PPP project Delivery of Health Care; Game Theory; Government; Private Sector; game; government; health care delivery; private sector Article
2417 View Rodrigues M.A.F.; De Oliveira T.R.C.; De Figueiredo D.L.; Neto E.O.M.; Akao A.A.A.; De Lima G.H.M.; Silva V.L.N.; Karl A.L. An Interactive Story Decision-Making Game for Mental Health Awareness Students; Awareness; Decisions makings; Digital games; Game; Health awareness; Interactive stories; Mental disorders; Mental health; Self-care; Social isolation; Decision making Article
2418 View McCammon E.; Law J.; Tyler C.; Arrington M.; Jagoda P.; Gilliam M. Using Digital Games to Promote Equity in Career and Health Education: A Prototype of Caduceus Quest Article
2419 View Marwan I.; Rohayati N. Students Mental Health and Learning Performance: The Moderating Impact of College Games Article
2420 View Tian M.; Zheng Y.; Xie L.; Wei W.; Yu X.; Chen Y.; Tang J. Game-based health education to improve ART adherence of newly diagnosed young people with HIV: protocol for a stepped-wedge design randomized controlled trial Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome; Adolescent; Health Education; HIV Infections; HIV Testing; Humans; Medication Adherence; Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic; acquired immune deficiency syndrome; adolescent; health education; HIV test; human; Human immunodeficiency virus infection; medication compliance; randomized controlled trial (topic) Article
2422 View Umoren R. Simulation and Game-Based Learning for the Health Professions Article
2423 View Wang C.; Cui W. Supervision for the Public Health Services for Older Adults Under the Background of Government Purchasing: An Evolutionary Game Analysis Framework Aged; Game Theory; Health Services; Humans; Local Government; aged; game; government; health service; human Article
2424 View South J.; Woodall J.; Southby K.; Jones R.; Yates G.; Kinsella K.; May E. Volunteerism, social context and health impacts: a qualitative study of Glasgow Commonwealth Games event volunteers adult; article; clinical article; controlled study; female; human; human experiment; interview; male; motivation; qualitative analysis; qualitative research; reward; social determinants of health; sporting event; wellbeing Article
2427 View Schofield R.; Chircop A.; Currie G.; Foster S.; Hamilton J.; Kall D.; Luctkar-Flude M.; Riselli D.M.; Oke S.; Ryan M.M.; Sanders T.; Tam S.; Tyerman J. Developing simulation games to advance public health nursing competence in baccalaureate education Canada; Clinical Competence; Education, Nursing; Education, Nursing, Baccalaureate; Educational Status; Humans; Public Health Nursing; Schools; Students, Nursing; article; clinical reasoning; community assessment; community health nursing; decision making; emergency care; health promotion; human; human experiment; learning; nurse; nursing practice; pedagogics; population health; public health; school health nursing; simulation; Canada; clinical competence; education; educational status; nursing education; nursing student; school Article
2428 View Gómez-Urquiza J.L.; Requena-Palomares I.; Gorjón-Peramato E.; Gómez-Salgado J.; Cañadas-De La Fuente G.A.; Albendín-García L. Emergency and critical care professionals' opinion on escape room as a health sciences evaluation game: A cross-sectional descriptive study Attitude; Critical Care; Cross-Sectional Studies; Health Personnel; Humans; Physicians; article; clinical article; controlled study; cross-sectional study; education; emergency physician; game-based learning; human; human experiment; intensive care; intensive care unit; Likert scale; nurse; physician; quantitative analysis; questionnaire; teaching; teamwork; attitude; health care personnel; physician Article
2429 View Tori A.A.; Tori R.; Nunes F.D.L.D.S. Serious Game Design in Health Education: A Systematic Review Curricula; Game design; Learning systems; Personnel training; Serious games; Students; Surveys; Game; Game educations; Game elements; Gamification; Health education; Serious games designs; Serious games for healths; Systematic; Systematic Review; Task analysis; Health Article
2430 View Tadaki S.; Shah R.; Parker M.; Araracap K.; Chou E.; Tolosa M.; Figueira S.; Kellner C.; Yin K. Santé le Match: A mobile health game application to educate the youth of Senegal mHealth; Common disease; Curriculum structure; Disease prevention; Health education; Health games; Mobile application game; Mobile applications; Senegal; Spiral curriculum; WASH; Mobile computing Article
2433 View Boldi A.; Rapp A. Commercial video games as a resource for mental health: A systematic literature review Clinical research; Game design; Human computer interaction; Interactive computer graphics; Clinical practices; Commercial video; Commercial video game; Game design; Game-Based; Health condition; Mental disorders; Mental health; Systematic literature review; Video-games; Cost effectiveness Article
2434 View Nekar D.M.; Kang H.; Alao H.; Yu J. Feasibility of Using Multiplayer Game-Based Dual-Task Training with Augmented Reality and Personal Health Record on Social Skills and Cognitive Function in Children with Autism Article
2436 View Su Y.-D.; Mo Y.-H.; Dong X.; Wang X. A review of the health education board game in nursing; 健康教育棋盘游戏在护理领域中的研究进展 Article
2437 View Dupont C.; Smets T.; Monnet F.; Eneslätt M.; Tishelman C.; Van den Block L. The cultural adaptation of the go wish card game for use in Flanders, Belgium: a public health tool to identify and discuss end-of-life preferences Belgium; Communication; Death; Humans; Public Health; Publications; adult; advance care planning; article; Belgian; Belgium; clergy; clinical article; community; conversation; counselor; euthanasia; female; Flanders; human; law; male; negotiation; public health; religious group; Belgium; death; interpersonal communication; publication Article
2438 View Tuijnman A.; Kleinjan M.; Olthof M.; Hoogendoorn E.; Granic I.; Engels R.C.M.E. A Game-Based School Program for Mental Health Literacy and Stigma on Depression (Moving Stories): Cluster Randomized Controlled Trial adolescent; Article; child; confidence interval; controlled study; depression; female; follow up; game-based learning; health literacy; human; male; mental health; peer group; questionnaire; randomized controlled trial; stigma; virtual reality Article
2440 View Rozgonjuk D.; Schivinski B.; Pontes H.M.; Montag C. Correction to: Problematic Online Behaviors Among Gamers: the Links Between Problematic Gaming, Gambling, Shopping, Pornography Use, and Social Networking (International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction, (2021), 10.1007/s11469-021-00590-3) erratum Article
2441 View Chagas Brandão L.; Sanchez Z.M.; de O. Galvão P.P.; da Silva Melo M.H. Mental health and behavioral problems associated with video game playing among Brazilian adolescents Adolescent; Adolescent Behavior; Behavior, Addictive; Brazil; Child; Female; Humans; Male; Mental Health; Problem Behavior; Video Games; adolescent; alcohol consumption; Article; Brazilian; bullying; conduct disorder; controlled study; cross-sectional study; disease association; emotional disorder; female; game addiction; health survey; human; hyperactivity; internet addiction; major clinical study; male; mental disease; mental health; offender; peer group; prevalence; problem behavior; questionnaire; randomized controlled trial; school mental health service; self report; social behavior; strengths and difficulties questionnaire; tobacco; victim; video game; addiction; adolescent behavior; adverse event; Brazil; child; mental health; problem behavior; psychology Article
2442 View Shu T.; Wang Z.; Jia H.; Zhao W.; Zhou J.; Peng T. Consumers’ Opinions towards Public Health Effects of Online Games: An Empirical Study Based on Social Media Comments in China Adolescent; China; Empirical Research; Humans; Public Health; Social Media; Text Messaging; China; health impact; Internet; machine learning; perception; public attitude; public health; recreational activity; social media; adolescent; article; attention; China; consumer; economic aspect; education; emotion; empiricism; female; government; hierarchical clustering; human; human experiment; machine learning; male; mining; morality; multilabel classification; natural language processing; online game; profit; public health; social media; sustainable development; China; empirical research; procedures; public health; text messaging Article
2443 View Ogawa M. Physiological Measurement Combined with Game Devices for Nudged Long-term Health Management in Home Electrodes; Physiology; Virtual reality; Gaming device; Health management; Health management at home; Measurements of; Nudge theory; Nudged measurement; Photoplethysmogram; Physiological characteristics; Physiological measurement; Waveforms; Electrocardiography Article
2444 View Wehbe R.R.; Whaley C.; Eskandari Y.; Suarez A.; Nacke L.E.; Hammer J.; Lank E. Designing a Serious Game (Above Water) for Stigma Reduction Surrounding Mental Health: Semistructured Interview Study with Expert Participants Article
2445 View Xiao L.Y.; Henderson L.L.; Nielsen R.K.L.; Newall P.W.S. Regulating Gambling-Like Video Game Loot Boxes: a Public Health Framework Comparing Industry Self-Regulation, Existing National Legal Approaches, and Other Potential Approaches adult; attention; autoregulation; Belgium; child; China; consensus; consumer protection; controlled study; female; freedom; gambling; human; male; probability; public health; purchasing; randomized controlled trial; review; reward; video game Article
2446 View Tang J.; Zheng Y.; Zhang D.; Yu X.; Ren J.; Li M.; Luo Y.; Tian M.; Chen Y. Evaluation of an AIDS Educational Mobile Game (AIDS Fighter · Health Defense) for Young Students to Improve AIDS-Related Knowledge, Stigma, and Attitude Linked to High-Risk Behaviors in China: Randomized Controlled Trial Article
2448 View Sun Y.; Zhang X.; Han Y.; Yu B.; Liu H. Evolutionary game model of health care and social care collaborative services for the elderly population in China Aged; China; Delivery of Health Care; Humans; Social Support; Social Work; aged; article; China; game; government; health care organization; human; incentive; negotiation; null result; sensitivity analysis; simulation; social care; China; epidemiology; health care delivery; social support; social work Article
2449 View Zarkogianni K.; Chatzidaki E.; Polychronaki N.; Kalafatis E.; Nicolaides N.C.; Voutetakis A.; Chioti V.; Kitani R.-A.; Mitsis K.; Perakis Κ.; Athanasiou M.; Antonopoulou D.; Pervanidou P.; Kanaka-Gantenbein C.; Nikita K. The ENDORSE Feasibility Study: Exploring the Use of M-Health, Artificial Intelligence and Serious Games for the Management of Childhood Obesity Artificial Intelligence; Body Mass Index; Child; Ecosystem; Feasibility Studies; Female; Humans; Male; Pediatric Obesity; Telemedicine; artificial intelligence; body mass; child; childhood obesity; ecosystem; feasibility study; female; human; male; telemedicine Article
2450 View Carreon M.; Sadural S.J.; Boquiren A.A.; Figueroa K.G.; Gonzales K.; Ora G.E.; Quilab F.; Tan J.R.; Sison N.N.I.I.; Umali E.D.; Pancho-Festin S. Handum: Developing a Learning Mobile Game on Health for Philippine Schools Engineering education; Education healths; Emerging technologies; Energy technologies; Game in education, health; Mobile games; Philippines; Science and Technology; Teachers'; Technology research; University of the Philippines; Curricula Article
2451 View Arenas D.L.; Viduani A.; Araujo R.B. Therapeutic Use of Role-Playing Game (RPG) in Mental Health: A Scoping Review Article
2452 View Abd-Alrazaq A.; Abuelezz I.; Hassan A.; AlSammarraie A.; Alhuwail D.; Irshaidat S.; Abu Serhan H.; Ahmed A.; Alabed Alrazak S.; Househ M. Artificial Intelligence–Driven Serious Games in Health Care: Scoping Review Article
2453 View Sinnatwah J.D., Jr.; Kenneh H.; Coker A.A.; Harmon-Gray W.-M.; Zankah J.; Day L.; Hubbell E.; Murphy M.J.; Izzo M.; Kong D.; Sylwester P.; Long Q.; Bertozzi E.; Skrip L.A. Participatory Design and Process Testing to Optimize Utility, Usability, and Acceptability of a Mobile Game for Promoting Evidence-Driven Public Health Decision-Making in Resource-Constrained Settings Article
2454 View Bakay I.N.; Konstantinova N.P.; Ivanova O.S.; Semiryazhko M.S. Health and rehabilitation games for children with disturbance of the functional state of the digestive system in the complex rehabilitation program Article
2455 View Cangas A.J.; Sánchez-Lozano I.; Aguilar-Parra J.M.; Trigueros R. Combination of a Serious Game Application and Direct Contact with Mental Health Patients Article
2456 View Fei Y.; Fu Y.; Yang D.-X.; Hu C.-H. Research on the Formation Mechanism of Health Insurance Fraud in China: From the Perspective of the Tripartite Evolutionary Game China; Fraud; Humans; Insurance, Health; Monoamine Oxidase; amine oxidase (flavin containing); China; fraud; health insurance; human Article
2458 View Çelik İ.; Bektaş M. Effects of digital game addiction on cardiovascular health behavior on secondary school students during the COVID-19 pandemic Article
2459 View Dewhirst A.; Laugharne R.; Shankar R. Therapeutic use of serious games in mental health: Scoping review adult; alcoholism; anxiety disorder; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; Belgium; bipolar disorder; child; data extraction; demographics; depression; Embase; follow up; France; game; human; Ireland; late life depression; major depression; Medline; mental disease; Netherlands; outcome assessment; Patient Health Questionnaire 9; Portugal; PsycINFO; quality control; Review; schizophrenia; serious game; Spain; systematic review; Turkey (republic); United States Article
2460 View Carlier S.; Naessens V.; De Backere F.; De Turck F. A Software Engineering Framework for Reusable Design of Personalized Serious Games for Health: Development Study Article
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2462 View Thunström A.O.; Sarajlic Vukovic I.; Ali L.; Larson T.; Steingrimsson S. Prevalence of virtual reality (VR) games found through mental health categories on STEAM: a first look at VR on commercial platforms as tools for therapy Humans; Mental Disorders; Mental Health; Prevalence; Virtual Reality; lysergide; psychedelic agent; Article; cognitive behavioral therapy; depression; hallucination; head movement; human; imagery; meditation; mental disease; mental health; mindfulness; nausea; phobia; pornography; prevalence; psychiatric diagnosis; psychiatry; psychology; software; support immersive virtual reality technology; telecare; videorecording; violence; virtual reality; mental disease; mental health Article
2463 View David O.A.; Magurean S. Positive Attention Bias Trained during the Rethink Therapeutic Online Game and Related Improvements in Children and Adolescents’ Mental Health Article
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2465 View Ouedraogo I.; Some M.J.; Benedikter R.; Diallo G. A Systematic Review on Improving Health Literacy in Rural Africa Using Mobile Serious Games Cell Phone; Health Literacy; Humans; Mobile Applications; Rural Population; Video Games; Behavioral research; Cellular telephones; mHealth; Rural areas; Africa; Health care education; Health literacy; Low-costs; Mobile games; Rural africa; Rural community; Systematic Review; Telecom; Urban areas; adult; Africa; behavior change; conference paper; education; female; health literacy; human; human experiment; male; systematic review; mobile application; mobile phone; rural population; video game; Serious games Article
2466 View Lamas S.; Rebelo S.; da Costa S.; Sousa H.; Zagalo N.; Pinto E. The Influence of Serious Games in the Promotion of Healthy Diet and Physical Activity Health: A Systematic Review Child; Diet, Healthy; Exercise; Feeding Behavior; Humans; Patient Compliance; Pediatric Obesity; child; childhood obesity; exercise; feeding behavior; human; patient compliance; psychology Article
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2469 View Venigalla A.S.M.; Vagavolu D.; Chimalakonda S. SurviveCovid-19 - An Educational Game to Facilitate Habituation of Social Distancing and Other Health Measures for Covid-19 Pandemic Safety factor; Awareness campaigns; Educational game; Health measures; Human races; Mean values; Mobile games; Safety measures; Safety precautions; User surveys; Younger generations; Surveys Article
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2476 View Gokani N.; Garde A.; Philpott M.; Ireland R.; Owens R.; Boyland E. UK Nutrition Research Partnership 'Hot Topic' workshop report: A 'game changer' for dietary health - addressing the implications of sport sponsorship by food businesses through an innovative interdisciplinary collaboration Advertising; Child; Diet; Food; Humans; Obesity; United Kingdom; advertising; child; diet; food; human; obesity; United Kingdom Article
2477 View Ouyang Y.; Zhao H. Evolutionary Game Analysis of Collaborative Prevention and Control for Public Health Emergencies convergence; COVID-19; evolutionary theory; public health; simulation Article
2480 View Baker I.S.; Turner I.J.; Kotera Y. Role-play Games (RPGs) for Mental Health (Why Not?): Roll for Initiative Article
2481 View Ingadottir B.; Laitonen E.; Stefansdottir A.; Sigurdardottir A.O.; Brynjolfsdottir B.; Parisod H.; Nyman J.; Gunnarsdottir K.; Jónsdóttir K.; Salanterä S.; Pakarinen A. Developing a Health Game to Prepare Preschool Children for Anesthesia: Formative Study Using a Child-Centered Approach Article
2482 View Vega I.F.; Eleftheriou A.; Graham C. Using Video Games to Improve the Sexual Health of Young People Aged 15 to 25 Years: Rapid Review Article
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2484 View Erratum: Effects of an 8-Week Virtual Reality Training Program on Pain, Fall Risk, and Quality of Life in lderly Women with Chronic Low Back Pain: Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trial (Games for Health Journal (2022) 11:2 (85-92) DOI: 10.1089/g4h.2021.0175) erratum Article
2485 View Bierbooms J.; Feijt M.A.; IJsselsteijn W.A.; Bongers I.M.B. Design of a Game-Based Training Environment to Enhance Mental Health Care Professionals' Skills in Using e-Mental Health: Multiple Methods User Requirements Analysis Article
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2490 View Wang J.; Wei L.; Li H.; Zhang H.; Gu R.; Zhang Y.; Li Q.; Sun T.; Wang Y. Effectiveness of a Game-Based Phone Application in Educating Health Care Workers on the Proper Use of Personal Protective Equipment Article
2491 View SeGAH 2022 - 2022 IEEE 10th International Conference on Serious Games and Applications for Health Article
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2495 View Li D.; Guo J. INTERVENTION EFFECT OF THEME BUILDING BLOCK GAMES ON THE MENTAL HEALTH AND BEHAVIOR OF CHILDREN WITH ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER Anxiety Disorders; Attention Deficit Disorder with Hyperactivity; Child; Emotions; Female; Health Behavior; Humans; Male; Mental Health; Achenback Child Behavior Scale List; aggressiveness; anxiety; Article; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; behavior assessment; child; child behavior; Child Sensory Integration Development Scale; controlled study; depression; Eysenck Personality Questionnaire; female; functional assessment; game; human; immaturity; major clinical study; male; mental health; personality assessment; Piers Harris Child Self concept Scale; schizophrenia; scoring system; theme building block game; anxiety disorder; attention deficit hyperactivity disorder; emotion; health behavior; mental health; psychology Article
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2503 View Cohen C.; Rinot Levavi L. A Game-Theory-Based Approach to Promoting Health Policy among Minorities COVID-19; COVID-19 Vaccines; Health Policy; Humans; Minority Groups; Surveys and Questionnaires; Israel; SARS-CoV-2 vaccine; game theory; health care; health policy; literacy; minority group; vaccination; Article; Bedouin; controlled study; cooperation; coronavirus disease 2019; cultural factor; female; game; government regulation; health care policy; health literacy; health promotion; health survey; human; Israel; male; medical profession; minority health; patient attitude; patient compliance; semi structured interview; stakeholder engagement; trust; vaccination coverage; health care policy; minority group; questionnaire Article
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2544 View Tang H.; Guan L. DANCE SPORTS INFLUENCE FEMALE UNIVERSITY STUDENTS’ PHYSICAL HEALTH IN ETHNIC UNIVERSITIES; INFLUÊNCIA DA DANÇA ESPORTIVA SOBRE A SAÚDE FÍSICA DAS UNIVERSITÁRIAS EM UNIVERSIDADES ÉTNICAS ; INFLUENCIA DE LA DANZA DEPORTIVA EN LA SALUD FÍSICA DE LAS ESTUDIANTES EN UNIVERSITARIAS ÉTNICAS adult; article; college student; controlled study; dance therapy; dancing; exercise; female; femininity; follow up; health; health impact assessment; human; human experiment; physical development; physical education; sport; teaching; university student Article
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2547 View Liu S. An Adaptive Dance Motion Smart Detection Method Using BP Neural Network Model under Dance Health Teaching Scene Artificial Intelligence; Neural Networks, Computer; article; artificial intelligence; back propagation neural network; controlled study; dancing; emotion; esthetics; human; human experiment; language; motion; music; sensory stimulation; sport; teaching; artificial intelligence Article
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2562 View Yan H. Career Development Anxiety and Mental Health Regulation of University Music Teachers Anxiety; China; Humans; Mental Health; Music; Universities; Health; Occupational risks; Surveys; Career development; Colleges and universities; Health regulations; Mental health; Normal state; Occupational stress; Questionnaire surveys; Teachers in colleges and universities; Teachers'; University teachers; adult; anxiety; article; atmosphere; career; China; controlled study; human; job stress; mental health; music; questionnaire; teacher; anxiety; psychology; university; Employment Article
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2572 View Newman C.; George R.P.; Beitz T.; Bergson Z.; Zemon V. Mental health issues among international touring professionals in the music industry accuracy; adult; anxiety; Article; burnout; Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale; controlled study; crew member; depression; emotional well-being; female; human; major clinical study; male; mental disease; mental health; middle aged; mindfulness; music; physiological stress; protection; questionnaire; risk assessment; risk factor; social psychology; social well-being; suicidal behavior Article
2573 View Wesseldijk L.W.; Lu Y.; Karlsson R.; Ullén F.; Mosing M.A. A comprehensive investigation into the genetic relationship between music engagement and mental health Bipolar Disorder; Depressive Disorder, Major; Humans; Mental Health; Music; Schizophrenia; achievement; adult; Article; bipolar depression; controlled study; depression; environmental stress; female; genetic association; genetic predisposition; genetic risk; genetic risk score; genetic susceptibility; genotype; genotype environment interaction; human; major clinical study; major depression; male; mental disease; mental health; molecular phylogeny; music; neurosis; patient registry; pleiotropy; psychiatric diagnosis; risk assessment; schizophrenia; self report; sport; bipolar disorder; genetics; major depression; mental health; psychology; schizophrenia Article
2574 View Rosset M.; Baumann E.; Altenmüller E. A Longitudinal Study of Physical and Mental Health and Health-Related Attitudes Among Music Students: Potentials and Challenges for University Health Promotion Programs Article
2575 View Botha M.; Panebianco C.; Masenge A. The Relationship between Perfectionism, Cognitive Rumination, Mindfulness and Mental Health in Music Students at a South African University Article
2576 View Cohen S.; Panebianco C. The role of personality and self-efficacy in music students’ health-promoting behaviours Article
2579 View Balcombe L.; De Leo D. Linking music streaming platform advertisements with a digital mental health assessment and interventions Article
2580 View Rodwin A.H.; Shimizu R.; Travis R., Jr.; James K.J.; Banya M.; Munson M.R. A Systematic Review of Music-Based Interventions to Improve Treatment Engagement and Mental Health Outcomes for Adolescents and Young Adults Article
2581 View Wang F.; Huang X.; Zeb S.; Liu D.; Wang Y. Impact of Music Education on Mental Health of Higher Education Students: Moderating Role of Emotional Intelligence Article
2582 View Lu D. Evaluation Model of Music Therapy's Auxiliary Effect on Mental Health Based on Artificial Intelligence Technology Artificial Intelligence; Humans; Mental Health; Music; Music Therapy; Reproducibility of Results; Technology; article; artificial intelligence; controlled study; extraction; hearing; human; human experiment; independent variable; learning; leisure; mental health; music therapy; physiological stress; quantitative analysis; questionnaire; reliability; social problem; teacher; thalamus; artificial intelligence; mental health; music; procedures; psychology; reproducibility; technology Article
2584 View Musgrave G. Music and wellbeing vs. musicians’ wellbeing: examining the paradox of music-making positively impacting wellbeing, but musicians suffering from poor mental health Article
2586 View Chmiel A.; Kiernan F.; Garrido S.; Lensen S.; Hickey M.; Davidson J.W. Creativity in lockdown: Understanding how music and the arts supported mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic by age group Article
2587 View Zhou H.; Silverman G.; Niu Z.; Silverman J.; Zhang R.; Evans R.; Austin R. Annotating Music Therapy, Chiropractic and Aquatic Exercise Using Electronic Health Record eHealth; Knowledge representation; Natural language processing systems; Records management; Clinical notes; Complementary and integrative health; Electronic health; Electronic health record; Health records; Integrative healths; Knowledge-representation; Music therapy; NLP systems; Performance; Clinical research Article
2588 View Lewis E. Independent music-making during Covid-19 and mental health Article
2590 View Wang C.C.; Lo J.; Saunders R.; Adama E.; Bulsara C.; Etherton-Beer C.; Yang A.W.H. Light acupuncture and five-element music therapy for nurses' mental health and well-being during and post-COVID-19: Protocol for a randomised cross-over feasibility study Acupuncture Therapy; Australia; COVID-19; Feasibility Studies; Humans; Mental Health; Music Therapy; Nurses; Pandemics; Quality of Life; Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic; acupuncture; anxiety; Article; clinical protocol; controlled study; coronavirus disease 2019; crossover procedure; depression; feasibility study; female; Generalized Anxiety Disorder-7; human; male; mental health; music therapy; nurse; Patient Health Questionnaire 9; quality of life assessment; questionnaire; randomized controlled trial; Short Form 12; therapy effect; wellbeing; work productivity and activity impairment questionnaire; Australia; mental health; pandemic; quality of life; randomized controlled trial (topic) Article
2591 View He R. The Intervention of Music Therapy on Behavioral Training of High-Functioning Autistic Children under Intelligent Health Monitoring Diseases; Activity plan; Autistic children; Control groups; Developmental disorders; Experimental control; Experimental groups; Health monitoring; Music therapy; Psychological and physiological characteristics; Rehabilitation training; Article; autism; behavior therapy; cognitive defect; human; interpersonal communication; language disability; motor coordination; music therapy; problem behavior; social interaction; social problem; Patient rehabilitation Article
2592 View Shang Y. A Comprehensive Evaluation Method for the Effectiveness of Public Health-Oriented Music Performance Art Based on Blockchain Technology Blockchain; Humans; Music; Music Therapy; Public Health; Technology; article; blockchain; comparative effectiveness; feasibility study; human; human experiment; mental health; music; performing arts; public health; theoretical study; music therapy; procedures; public health; technology Article
2594 View Liu K. Research on the Intervention Countermeasures and Mental Health Status of College Music Teachers from the Perspective of Positive Psychology Health Status; Humans; Mental Health; Music; Psychology, Positive; Universities; Health; College teachers; Colleges and universities; Education systems; Educational levels; Health status; Mental health; Positive psychology; Psychological health; Scientific researches; Teachers'; achievement; article; attention; educational status; human; human experiment; interview; mental health; music; positive psychology; professionalism; psychological counseling; qualitative analysis; quantitative analysis; questionnaire; teacher; health status; mental health; university; Surveys Article
2595 View Shin S.H.; Ji Y.N.; Yu J.H.; Kang H.Y.; Lee D.Y.; Hong J.H.; Kim S.G.; Kim J.S. The Effect of the Music Tempo on the Recovery of Cardiopulmonary Function after Aerobic Exercise Based on Personal Health Record Article
2596 View Ballenberger N.; Avermann F.; Zalpour C. Musculoskeletal Health Complaints and Associated Risk Factors in Freshmen Music Students Cross-Sectional Studies; Humans; Musculoskeletal Diseases; Musculoskeletal Pain; Music; Occupational Diseases; Pain; Prospective Studies; Risk Factors; Students; Surveys and Questionnaires; health risk; longitudinal gradient; muscle; music; prediction; public health; risk factor; student; cross-sectional study; human; musculoskeletal disease; musculoskeletal pain; music; occupational disease; pain; prospective study; psychology; questionnaire; risk factor; student Article
2597 View Drewitt L.; Martin K.; Atkinson C.; Marczak M. Providing music therapy for people with dementia in an acute mental health setting Dementia; Humans; Mental Health; Music; Music Therapy; Quality of Life; dementia; human; mental health; music; music therapy; procedures; psychology; quality of life Article
2599 View McCrary J.M.; Altenmüller E.; Kretschmer C.; Scholz D.S. Association of Music Interventions with Health-Related Quality of Life: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Health Surveys; Humans; Middle Aged; Music; Quality of Life; health survey; human; meta analysis; middle aged; music; quality of life Article
2600 View Wang T.; Zhao Y.; Yin M. Analysis and research on the influence of music on students’ mental health under the background of deep learning Article
2601 View Shriraam J.; Comeau G.; Swirp M. Identification and Illustration of Means to a Critical Assessment of Music and Health Research Literature Article
2602 View Salomon-Gimmon M.; Orkibi H.; Elefant C. The Contribution of a Music and Arts Rehabilitation Program to the Creative Identity, Well-Being, and Community Integration of People With Mental Health Conditions Article
2603 View Aitchison K.A.; McFerran K.S. Perceptions of mental health assessment and resource-oriented music therapy assessment in a child and youth mental health service adolescent; article; Australia; child; controlled study; hospital patient; human; juvenile; mental health service; music therapy; outpatient; perception; qualitative research; quantitative analysis; thematic analysis; trust Article
2604 View Aitchison K.A.; McFerran K.S. Six adolescents’ lived experiences of resource-oriented music therapy assessment in a community-based mental health day program adolescent; anxiety; article; clinical article; female; human; male; mental health; motivation; music therapy; outcome assessment; personal experience; psychotherapy; qualitative research; semi structured interview Article
2605 View Klyve G.P.; Rolvsjord R. Moments of fun: Narratives of children’s experiences of music therapy in mental health care Article
2606 View Kallusky N.; Assel C.; Großbach M.; Sturm C.; Ioannou C.I.; Fassnacht-Lenz S.; Gutenbrunner C.; Altenmüller E. Development and Interrelation of Pain, Depression, and Anxiety in Music Students Does Successful Treatment of Pain Have an Impact on Mental Health? Anxiety; Depression; Humans; Mental Health; Musculoskeletal Pain; Music; anxiety; depression; human; mental health; musculoskeletal pain; music Article
2608 View Kaser V.A.; Foxx L. Benefits of Music Therapy Free Improvisation in Forensic Mental Health Article
2610 View Li G. Probe into the Role of Music Therapy in Workplace Health Management Humans; Music Therapy; Workplace; Human resource management; Occupational risks; Health management; Music therapy; Pressure source; Pressure studies; Specific problems; Speed up; State of tension; Work pressures; Work task; Workplace health; article; cognition; controlled study; employee; health care management; human; human experiment; music therapy; perception; physiological stress; tension; velocity; work environment; worker; workplace; Health Article
2611 View Kresovich A. An Experimental Test of Pop Music Lyrics Referencing Anxiety on Female College Students’ Audience Involvement and Peer Mental Health Empathy Adolescent; Anxiety; Empathy; Female; Humans; Mental Health; Music; Students; adolescent; anxiety; article; college student; controlled study; empathy; experimental test; female; health behavior; human; juvenile; mental health; music; physician; videorecording; anxiety; empathy; mental health; psychology; student Article
2612 View Yang L. Analysis of Erhu Performance Effect in Public Health Music Works Based on Artificial Intelligence Technology Artificial Intelligence; Humans; Music; Public Health; Reproducibility of Results; Technology; Article; artificial intelligence; controlled study; convolutional neural network; data processing; dynamics; human; mathematical model; medical education; music; public health; rhythm; thinking; public health; reproducibility; technology Article
2613 View Strong J.V.; Plys E.; Hinrichs K.L.M.; Hartmann C.W.; McCullough M. Music for your mental health? The development and evaluation of a group mental health intervention in subacute rehabilitation Humans; Mental Health; Music; Music Therapy; Pain; Pilot Projects; Quality of Life; adult; article; female; group therapy; human; interview; leadership; male; mental health; mood; music; nociception; nursing home patient; outcome assessment; pilot study; quality of life; rehabilitation; social cohesion; mental health; music therapy; pain; procedures; psychology Article
2614 View Huang J. Analysis of the Correlation between College Music Education and Public Mental Health Based on Deep Learning Deep Learning; Humans; Mental Health; Music; Universities; algorithm; Article; attention; controlled study; deep learning; education; human; investment; mental disease; mental health; musical instrument; mental health; music; psychology; university Article
2615 View Zhuang C.; Jenatabadi H.S. Factors Associated with Mental Health among Malaysian University Music Students: Roles of Fear of COVID-19, Nomophobia, Loneliness, Sleep Quality, and Socioeconomic Status Article
2616 View Hou J. Effective Ways for College Students' Mental Health Education Based on Music Therapy Health Education; Humans; Music; Music Therapy; Students; Universities; Medicine; Application fields; College students; Colleges and universities; Condition; Investigation and analysis; Mental health; Mental health educations; Music therapy; Paper analysis; Teaching methods; article; college student; controlled study; education; human; human experiment; learning; mental health; music therapy; education; health education; music; student; university; Students Article
2617 View Costa V.S.; Bündchen D.C.; Sousa H.; Pires L.B.; Felipetti F.A. Clinical benefits of music-based interventions on preterm infants' health: A systematic review of randomised trials Humans; Infant; Infant, Newborn; Infant, Premature; Intensive Care Units, Neonatal; Music; Music Therapy; Randomized Controlled Trials as Topic; Sleep; beta endorphin; glucose; hydrocortisone; sucrose; analgesia; analgesic activity; autonomic nervous system; body weight gain; child health; circadian rhythm; facilitated tucking; feeding behavior; heart function; human; hydrocortisone blood level; infant; kangaroo care; music therapy; musical instrument; neonatal intensive care unit; newborn intensive care; prematurity; randomized controlled trial (topic); respiratory function; resting energy expenditure; Review; sleep; systematic review; music; newborn; physiology; prematurity; procedures Article
2618 View Pike K.M.; Rebello T.J.; Hanasaki S.; Narita-Ohtaki R.; Kaufman P.; Akiyama T.; Doerries B.; Yang L.H.; Suzuki N.; Magill E.B.; Yasumura S. The Tōhoku Theater Project in Postdisaster Japan: An Exemplar for Addressing Community Mental Health in the Context of Disaster COVID-19; Disasters; Earthquakes; Humans; Japan; Mental Health; Pandemics; disaster; earthquake; human; Japan; mental health; pandemic Article
2619 View Wasmuth S.; Pritchard K.T.; Belkiewitz J. Bridging the Humanities and Health Care With Theatre: Theory and Outcomes of a Theatre-Based Model for Enhancing Psychiatric Care via Stigma Reduction Article
2620 View Cypel Y.; Schnurr P.P.; Schneiderman A.I.; Culpepper W.J.; Akhtar F.Z.; Morley S.W.; Fried D.A.; Ishii E.K.; Davey V.J. The mental health of Vietnam theater veterans—the lasting effects of the war: 2016–2017 Vietnam Era Health Retrospective Observational Study Aged; Humans; Mental Health; Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic; United States; Veterans; Vietnam; Vietnam Conflict; aged; human; mental health; posttraumatic stress disorder; psychology; United States; veteran; Viet Nam; war Article
2621 View Arnold-Forster A. Clio in the Operating Theatre: Historical Research, Emotional Health, and Surgical Training in Contemporary Britain Clinical Competence; Curriculum; Emotions; Humans; State Medicine; United Kingdom; clinical competence; curriculum; emotion; human; national health service; United Kingdom Article
2622 View Hammond J.; Davies N.; Morrow E.; Ross F.; Vandrevala T.; Harris R. “Raising the curtain on the equality theatre”: a study of recruitment to first healthcare job post-qualification in the UK National Health Service Delivery of Health Care; Ethnicity; Humans; State Medicine; United Kingdom; Workforce; adult; anonymization; article; career; critical theory; employability; employer; employment; England; ethnicity; health workforce; human; interview; manager; national health service; nurse; occupation; organizational policy; physiotherapy; race; resource management; social justice; standardization; trust; health care delivery; United Kingdom Article
2623 View Taylor S.B.; Calzavara L.; Kontos P.; Schwartz R. Sex Education by Theatre (SExT): the impact of a culturally empowering, theatre-based, peer education intervention on the sexual health self-efficacy of newcomer youth in Canada Article
2624 View Keisari S.; Palgi Y.; Yaniv D.; Gesser-Edelsburg A. Participation in Life-Review Playback Theater Enhances Mental Health of Community-Dwelling Older Adults: A Randomized Controlled Trial Article
2625 View Tidey L.; Schnellert L.; Hole R. “Everyone should get the chance to love”: Sexual health education and disability research-based theatre with self-advocates Article; conceptual framework; decision making; developmental disorder; disability discrimination; disability study; health education; human; human diversity; information processing; intellectual impairment; intersectionality; personal experience; self advocacy; self concept; sexual dysfunction; sexual education; sexual health; sexuality Article
2626 View Jarus T.; Mayer Y.; Gross E.; Cook C.; Bulk L.Y.; Hershler L.A.D.; Nichols J.; Zaman S.; Belliveau G. Bringing disability experiences front stage: Research-based theatre as a teaching approach to promote inclusive health education Attitude; Canada; Disabled Persons; Health Education; Humans; Social Stigma; attitude; Canada; disabled person; health education; human; psychology; social stigma Article
2627 View Triplett N.S.; Blanks Jones J.L.; Ranna-Stewart M.; Kennedy D.; Daniels A.; Garfias Y.; Jungbluth N.; Dorsey S. Applying Theater-Based Training Methods to Address Anti-Black Racism in Community-Based Mental Health Services: A Pilot Feasibility Study adult; ancestry group; antiracism; article; clinical article; community mental health service; controlled study; counseling; feasibility study; female; human; human experiment; juvenile; male; mental health; organization; quantitative analysis; racial diversity; self concept; videorecording Article
2628 View Dowrick A.; Rai T.; Hinton L.; Eacott B.; Baker S.; Askew M.; Ziebland S.; Locock L. Health inequalities, ethnic minorities and COVID19: interactive theatre workshop drawing on a qualitative interview study Adult; COVID-19; Ethnic and Racial Minorities; Ethnicity; Humans; Minority Groups; Qualitative Research; adult; epidemiology; ethnicity; human; minority group; qualitative research Article
2629 View Eissazade N.; Aeini Z.; Ababaf R.; Shirazi E.; Boroon M.; Mosavari H.; Askari-Diarjani A.; Ghobadian A.; Shalbafan M. Investigation of a group of Iranian theater artists' mental health and attitude toward patients with mental disorders Child; Cross-Sectional Studies; Humans; Iran; Mental Disorders; Mental Health; Stereotyping; child; cross-sectional study; human; Iran; mental disease; mental health; stereotyping Article
2630 View Erojikwe I.; Ezeugwu C.; Eze J.; Nnanna N.; Chigor V. Breaking the Barriers of Health Problems and Political Dislocations Through Theatre for Development (TfD) Approaches: The Ulunya-Ovoko Example Article
2631 View Spring L. Ethical Implications of Using Research-Based Theater to Challenge Hegemonic Narratives About Mental Health Article
2632 View McCallum D.M.; Reed D.B.; Claunch D.T.; Davis C.M.; Conaway M.B. Farm Dinner Theater: Testing an innovative health and safety intervention among older farmers and their families Agriculture; Farmers; Farms; Humans; Meals; agricultural land; agricultural worker; agriculture; human; meal Article
2633 View Pasetto R.; Innocenti Malini G. Promoting environmental justice in contaminated areas by combining environmental public health and community theatre practices centralization; decision making; environmental justice; public health; quality of life Article
2634 View Fabian R.; Tarasova D.; Bergmann T.; Sappok T. An improvisational theatre intervention in people with intellectual disabilities and mental health problems Article
2635 View Chin M.H.; Orlov N.M.; Callender B.C.; Dolan J.A.; Miller D.C.; Peek M.E.; Rusiecki J.M.; Vela M.B. Improvisational and Standup Comedy, Graphic Medicine, and Theatre of the Oppressed to Teach Advancing Health Equity Curriculum; Drama; Empathy; Health Equity; Humans; Students, Medical; curriculum; empathy; health equity; human; literature; medical student Article
2636 View El-Dirani Z.; Akik C.; Attel L.; Kamhawi R.; Nawafleh M.; Essaid A.; DeJong J. Interactive community-based theatre to address social barriers to accessing reproductive health services in patriarchal societies: the case of Jordan Community Health Services; Humans; Jordan; Reproductive Health; Reproductive Health Services; Sexual Behavior; article; human; Jordan; marriage; organization; qualitative research; reproductive health; sexuality; shame; trust; community care; health service; Jordan; reproductive health; sexual behavior Article
2637 View Paxton Willing M.M.; Tate L.L.; O’gallagher K.G.; Evatt D.P.; Riggs D.S. In-Theater Mental Health Disorders Among U.S. Soldiers Deployed Between 2008 and 2013 Article
2638 View Mohandespour F.; Maasoumi R.; Pourmand H.A.; Shahkarami S.N.A.; Daemi F. The Impact of Theater-based Interventions for Sexual Health Education to Adolescents: A Systematic Review Article
2675 View Leyva-Moral J.M.; Aguayo-González M.; San Rafael-Gutiérrez S.; Gómez-Ibáñez R. Narrative photography with an expert patient as a method to improve empathy: A satisfaction study with health sciences students Empathy; HIV Infections; Humans; Patient Satisfaction; Personal Satisfaction; Photography; Students; empathy; human; Human immunodeficiency virus infection; patient satisfaction; photography; satisfaction; student Article
2677 View Dens S.; Nieto-Sanchez C.; De Los Santos M.; Hawer T.; Haile A.; Solari K.; Cisneros J.; Vega V.; Solomon K.; Addissie A.; Yewhalaw D.; Otero L.; Grietens K.P.; Verdonck K.; Van Acker M. Drawings as tools to (re)imagine space in interdisciplinary global health research Cities; Communicable Diseases; COVID-19; Global Health; Humans; Interdisciplinary Research; United States; city; communicable disease; epidemiology; global health; human; interdisciplinary research; United States Article
2678 View Idoiaga Mondragon N.; Eiguren Munitis A.; Berasategi Sancho N.; Picaza Gorrotxategi M.; Dosil Santamaria M. How are children coping with COVID-19 health crisis? Analysing their representations of lockdown through drawings Article
2679 View Yalçınkaya A.; Orak O.S. Examination of perceptions of schizophrenia patients about community-based mental health care centers and nurses through picture drawing: A qualitative study Community Mental Health Centers; Humans; Mental Health; Mental Health Services; Qualitative Research; Schizophrenia; community mental health center; human; mental health; mental health service; qualitative research; schizophrenia Article
2680 View Kellner R.L.; Agathis A.Z.; Moon J.K.; Garfinkle S.; Appel J.; Coakley B.A. A new student-led digital drawing course: an initiative to bridge patient health literacy through medical illustrations Clinical Competence; Education, Medical, Undergraduate; Health Literacy; Humans; Medical Illustration; Students, Medical; clinical competence; health literacy; human; medical education; medical illustration; medical student Article