Jornada Resistencia Antimicrobiana Andalucía

Acción conjunta frente a la resistencia antimicrobiana en Andalucía #AntimicrobianAndalucía16 de noviembre de 2021 – Virtual   DIRIGIDO A. Profesionales de la Consejería de Salud y Familias. Dirección General de Salud Pública y Ordenación Farmacéutica. Profesionales de la Consejería de Agricultura, Ganadería, Pesca y Desarrollo Sostenible. Profesionales del Servicio Andaluz de Salud. PROGRAMA NOTICIAS EN…

Jornada Salud Rural

Jornada Salud Rural en Andalucía: Avanzando La pandemia ha puesto aún más en relevancia la importancia de contar con modelos organizativos de atención adaptados a los diferentes contextos asistenciales, para poder ofrecer a la ciudadanía respuestas a sus problemas de salud con las mismas garantías, condiciones de equidad y satisfacción con los servicios que se prestan.…

Treatment choice in the presence of conflicting information: The role of physician likeability in the choice of non-proven therapies against conventional treatment

Research on why patients sometimes choose non-proven therapies (NPT) instead of conventional treatments is limited. We investigated how physician likeability influences the choice of NPT instead of conventional treatment. In an experiment with three medical scenarios, participants (N = 384) consulted two physicians who gave conflicting recommendations: The first physician recommended a conventional treatment and the second…

Has COVID-19 changed the workload for primary care physicians? The case of Spain

Background The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a massive over-exertion of doctors, multiplying their work intensity, overload and stress. Yet no studies have been conducted on the changes in primary care physician overload during the pandemic. Objective To address this research gap, the aim of this article is to document the subjective dimensions of physicians’…

Role of access to personal protective equipment, treatment prioritization decisions, and changes in job functions on health workers’ mental health outcomes during the initial outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Background During the initial COVID-19 outbreak, organizational changes were required to ensure adequate staffing in healthcare facilities. The extent to which organizational changes impacted the mental wellbeing of healthcare workers (HCWs) remains unexplored. Here we analyzed the association between three work-related stressors (reported access to protective equipment, change in job functions, and patient prioritization decision-making)…