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FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THE PERCEPTION OF DIET QUALITY: ANALYSIS OF THE NATIONAL HEALTH AND NUTRITION EXAMINATION SURVEY (NHANES) 2007-2018 , Kiara Y. Amaro-Rivera, Public Health
HORMONES AND BREAST CANCER: THE INFLUENCE OF ESTROGENIC ACTIVITY, VITAMIN D, AND VITAMIN D BINDING PROTEIN ON BREAST CANCER RISK AND SURVIVAL , Etienne X. Holder and Etienne X. Holder, Public Health
Elucidating Mechanisms Influencing Maternal Postpartum Health: The Protective Benefits of Breastfeeding and Associations with Allostatic Load, Experiences of Stress, and Resiliency , Bi-sek J. Hsiao, Public Health
STATISTICAL MACHINE LEARNING METHODS FOR MULTIVARIATE PATTERN ANALYSIS OF FMRI HIGH-DIMENSIONAL DATA , Minming Li, Public Health
Interplay of Environmental Pollutants and Folate in the Etiology of Autistic Traits Analysis Using Multipollutant Approaches , Michael T. Mascari, Public Health
Oxybenzone and the Mammary Gland: Impact of an Environmental Pollutant on Health, Disease & Ethical Decision-Making , Klara Matouskova, Public Health
Multi-pathogen Infectious Disease Inference and Prediction via State-space Approaches and Filtering Methods , Xi Meng, Public Health
Impact of Loss to Follow-up and Time Parameterization in Multiple-Period Cluster Randomized Trials and Assessing the Association Between Institution Affiliation and Journal Publication , Jonathan Moyer, Public Health
The Political Economy of Intimate Partner Violence and Crisis Management: An Institutional Ethnography in Rural Vermont , Anna L. Mullany, Public Health
VITAMIN A RICH FOODS CONSUMPTION OF WOMEN AND CHILDREN FROM SELECTED REGION IN UGANDA , Joyce Nankumbi, Public Health
Estimation of Causal Effects in Complex Clustered Data , Joshua R. Nugent, Public Health
SPERM EPIGENETICS MEDIATES THE EFFECTS OF PATERNAL PRECONCEPTION PHTHALATE EXPOSURES AND AGING ON REPRODUCTIVE OUTCOMES AND EMBRYONIC PROGRAMMING , Oladele Amos Oluwayiose, Public Health
Gaussian Graphical Models for Omics Data: New Methodology and Applications , Katherine H. Shutta, Public Health
Bayesian Hierarchical Temporal Modeling and Targeted Learning with Application to Reproductive Health , Herbert P. Susmann, Public Health
Endocrine Disrupters and Adverse Health Outcomes Among Post-Menopausal Women , Gabriela Vieyra, Public Health
The Impact of a Lifestyle Intervention on Risk Factors of Cardiovascular Disease and Type II Diabetes among At-Risk Hispanic Women , Kathryn A. Wagner, Public Health
Development of Bayesian temporal models for global health estimation in data-limited settings , Zhengfan Wang, Public Health
MIXTURE MODELS FOR INTERVAL CENSORED OUTCOMES , Yibai Zhao, Public Health
Dissertations from 2021 2021
Mental Health and Adiposity: The Effects of Racial Discrimination and Social Relationships , Nicole D. Fields, Public Health
Sleep, Reproduction, and Pregnancy , Joshua R. Freeman, Public Health
APPLIED INFECTIOUS DISEASE FORECASTING FOR PUBLIC HEALTH , Graham Gibson, Public Health
Associations of Anti-Müllerian Hormone Levels, Breast Cancer Risk Factors, and Breast Cancer Risk , Nydjie P. Grimes, Public Health
Statistical Methods to Accommodate Censored Covariates in Regression Analysis , Jingyao Hou, Public Health
Association of Reproductive Factors With Risk of Early Natural Menopause , Christine Rose Langton, Public Health
INVESTIGATING THE DEVELOPMENTAL IMPACTS OF 3,3’-DICHLOROBIPHENYL (PCB-11) IN ZEBRAFISH (DANIO RERIO) , Monika A. Roy, Public Health
High-dimensional Feature Selection and Multi-level Causal Mediation Analysis with Applications to Human Aging and Cluster-based Intervention Studies , Hachem Saddiki, Public Health
Targeted Learning for Effect Modification in Randomized Clinical Trials and Cluster Randomized Trials , Guandong Yang, Public Health
IMPORTANCE OF IRON HOMEOSTASIS IN BEIGE AND BROWN ADIPOCYTES , Jinseon Yook, Public Health
POTENTIAL BIOACTIVES AND INFLAMMATORY MEDIATORS REGULATING ADIPOSE TISSUE FUNCTION IN OBESITY , Seok-Yeong Yu, Public Health
REGRESSION ANALYSIS OF TEMPORAL BIOMARKER EFFECTS UNDER NESTED CASE-CONTROL STUDIES , Yiding Zhang, Public Health
Dissertations from 2020 2020
THE ASSOCIATION OF THE INFLAMMATORY POTENTIAL OF DIET WITH INFLAMMATION AND DEPRESSION AMONG U.S. ADULTS: NHANES 2005-2010 , Deniz Azarmanesh, Public Health
No More War: A Public Health Approach to Identifying Successful Steps to Promote Peace in the Horn of Africa , John Erus Lopeyok, Public Health
Rare Diseases in the United States: Establishing prevalence, the insurance experience, and orphan drug expenditures in Medicare Part D , Tai Pasquini, Public Health
BAYESIAN METHODS FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF REPORTING ERRORS FOR DATA-SPARSE POPULATION-PERIODS WITH APPLICATIONS TO ESTIMATING MORTALITY , Emily Peterson, Public Health
Dissertations from 2019 2019
MULTI-LEVEL BARRIERS TO ART ADHERENCE AMONG HIV-INFECTED WOMEN IN RURAL ESWATINI: A MIXED METHODS APPROACH , Nozipho Becker, Public Health
IMPROVING CHINESE MOTHERS’ HEALTH LITERACY: A WECHAT INTERVENTION , Qiong Chen, Public Health
Cross-Cutting Narratives of Opioid Use Disorder Among Pregnant Women and Mothers: Implications for Humanistic Care , Alice Fiddian-Green, Public Health
AGING-IN-COMMUNITY: THE INFLUENCE OF SOCIAL CAPITAL ON ACCESSORY-DWELLING UNIT ACCESS AND UTILIZATION AMONG OLDER AMERICANS , Travis M. Gagen, Public Health
Methods for Making Policy-Relevant Forecasts of Infectious Disease Incidence , Stephen A. Lauer, Public Health
THE PREVENTION OF OBESITY-ASSOCIATED COLORECTAL CANCER VIA DIETARY SUPPRESSION OF INFLAMMATION-DRIVEN WNT-SIGNALING , Jinchao Li, Public Health
Dissertations from 2018 2018
FOKI VITAMIN D RECEPTOR GENE POLYMORPHISMS AND METABOLIC HEALTH IN PREGNANT SAUDI WOMEN , Maysa Alzaim, Public Health
Consumer Behaviors, Added Sugar Intake, Diet Quality, Inflammation and Metabolic Syndrome Risks among Adults from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey 2007-2010 , Shanshan Chen, Public Health
GENDER, CLASS, CASTE AND HEALTH STATUS OF ABANDONED ELDERLY WOMEN IN BANGALORE, SOUTH INDIA , Olya Clark, Public Health
INVESTIGATIONS OF THE ROLE OF ACCULTURATION IN CANCER SCREENING AND PHTHALATES IN BREAST CANCER RISK AND WEIGHT AND BODY MASS INDEX CHANGE , Mary V. Diaz Santana, Public Health
ORGANIZATIONAL FACTORS INFLUENCING QUALITY AND EQUITY IN PEDIATRIC PRIMARY CARE: A MIXED METHODS STUDY , Sarah L. Goff, Public Health
Hormonal Contraceptive Use Among Active Duty Army Servicewomen. Trends and Implications for Risk of Musculoskeletal Injury. , Melanie K. Hosker, Public Health
EPIGENETIC MODIFICATION OF VITAMIN D-INDUCED GENE EXPRESSION IN HUMAN COLORECTAL AND BREAST CANCER CELL LINES , Sharmin Hossain, Public Health
Social Determinants of Cardiometabolic Disease Control: An Ecosocial Approach , Cristina Huebner Torres, Public Health
The Impact of Perceived and Observed Food Environments on Fruit and Vegetable Consumption and Obesity: A Theory-based Study among U.S. Older Adults , Qianzhi Jiang, Public Health
Micronutrient Status and Telomere Length in Adult Men and Women. , Christy S. Maxwell, Public Health
Vitamin D, Calcium, and Dairy Consumption and Risk of Early Menopause , Alexandra C. Purdue-Smithe, Public Health
Phthalates, Embryo Development, and Sperm DNA Methylation , Haotian Wu, Public Health
Dissertations from 2017 2017
Patient-Centered Medical Home Model of Care for Non-Elderly Adults with Mental Illness: Preventive Care, Healthcare Quality, Services Utilization, and Cost Analyses , Jennifer Bowdoin, Public Health
MICRONUTRIENTS, INFLAMMATION AND DEPRESSION AMONG WOMEN OF REPRODUCTIVE AGE FROM THE NATIONAL HEALTH AND NUTRITION EXAMINATION SURVEY 2005-2008 , Joycelyn M. Faraj, Public Health
Labor Force Participation, Disability, and Implications for Healthcare Utilization and Employment , Lawrence C. Pellegrini, Public Health
UNDERSTANDING FOOD LITERACY AND ITS USE IN A TECHNOLOGY-DRIVEN NUTRITION EDUCATION PROGRAM FOR ADOLESCENTS. , Catherine A. Wickham, Public Health
STATISTICAL METHODS FOR HIGH DIMENSIONAL DATA ARISING FROM LARGE EPIDEMIOLOGICAL STUDIES , Hui Xu, Public Health
Dissertations from 2016 2016
Distributing Condoms and "Hope": Race, Sex, and Science in Youth Sexual Health Promotion , Chris A. Barcelos, Public Health
Gestational Weight Gain and Maternal Health Among Hispanic Women , Megan W. Harvey, Public Health
Macronutrients and the risk of premenstrual syndrome , Serena C. Houghton, Public Health
Assessment of Gambling and Co-occurring Mental and Behavioral Health Disorders: Implications for Public Health , Nene C. Okunna, Public Health
Dissertations from 2015 2015
Gestational Diabetes, Infant Feeding Practices, and Early Indicators of Obesity Risk in a Sample of Mother-Infant Dyads in the U.S. , Kimberly N. Doughty, Public Health
Economics of Fixed-Dose Combination Drugs Approved in the United States , Jing Hao, Public Health
The effects of menopausal vasomotor symptoms and changes in anthropometry on breast cancer etiology , Victoria Hart, Public Health
Factors Affecting the Quality of Services Provided to Female Survivors of Sexual Violence in Nairobi, Kenya: Perspectives from Health Practitioners , Leso Munala, Public Health
Association of Dietary Factors with Menstrual Cycle Characteristics , Radhika Natarajan, Public Health
Impact of Exercise During Pregnancy on Maternal Outcomes Among a High-Risk Population , Carrie Nobles, Public Health
Dissertations from 2014 2014
Associations Between Vitamin D Status, Adiposity, And Inflammatory Biomarkers In Young Women (18 – 30 Years) , Adolphina Addo-Lartey, Public Health
NUTRITIONAL, HORMONAL, AND PSYCHOLOGICAL RISK FACTORS FOR BREAST CANCER , Susan Nicole Boyer Brown, Public Health
Data Analysis And Study Design In The Presence Of Error-prone Diagnostic Tests , Xiangdong Gu, Public Health
Psychosocial Factors Affecting Pregnant Hispanic Women , Marushka L. Silveira, Public Health
Stress and Depression during Pregnancy among Hispanic Women: Risk for Adverse Birth Outcomes and the Role of Physical Activity , Kathleen Szegda, Public Health
EVALUATING PREDICTORS OF AN INDIVIDUAL’S DIETARY INTAKE LATENT VALUE UNDER DIFFERENT MIXED MODELS , Shuli Yu, Public Health
Dissertations from 2012 2012
Understanding maternal health-care seeking behavior in low-income communities in Accra, Ghana , Patricia Anafi
Understanding Maternal Health–Care Seeking Behavior In Low-Income Communities In Accra, Ghana , Patricia Anafi, Public Health
Maternal and Fetal Factors Associated with Labor and Delivery Complications , Prasad L. Gawade, Public Health
Latent variable modeling for biomarker analysis , Yan Liu
Latent Variable Modeling For Biomarker Analysis , Yan Liu, Public Health
Dietary Patterns and their Relationship to Sociodemographics, Health Behaviors, and the Risk of Hypentension Among Adults in Pakistan , Nilofer Fatimi Safdar, Public Health
Dissertations from 2011 2011
Micronutrient Intake and Premenstrual Syndrome , Patricia O. Chocano-Bedoya, Public Health
Factors associated with genital tract trauma at spontaneous vaginal delivery , Susan A DeJoy
Tree-based methods and a mixed ridge estimator for analyzing longitudinal data with correlated predictors , Melissa Eliot
Classification and risk factors of sporadic anovulation in a longitudinal evaluation of menstrual cycle hormone patterns , Kristine E Lynch
Dissertations from 2010 2010
What Toxicologists and Risk Assessors Think About Hormesis: Results of a Knowledge and Opinion Survey , Amy C. Jones, Public Health
Developing Best Linear Unbiased Estimator In Finite Population Accounting For Measurement Error Due To Interviewer , Ruitao Zhang, Public Health
Developing best linear unbiased estimator in finite population accounting for measurement error due to interviewer , Ruitao Zhang
Dissertations from 2009 2009
Approaches To Estimation Of Haplotype Frequencies And Haplotype-Trait Associations , Xiaohong Li, Public Health
Modifiable Risk Factors for Hypertensive Disorders of Pregnancy Among Latina Women , Shannon Renee Turzanski Fortner, Public Health
Predictors of treatment means for a one factor completely randomized design , Bo Xu
Predictors Of Treatment Means For A One Factor Completely Randomized Design , Bo Xu, Public Health
Determinants of peak bone mass in young premenopausal women , Sofija E Zagarins
Dissertations from 2008 2008
Stability of geodesic wave maps , Viktor Grigoryan
Latinos and Latinas and the drug and alcohol credentialing process: Implications for public health practice from a social justice perspective , Janer Hernandez-Bonilla
The effect of the SPIN (Strength and Power in Nutrition) nutrition education intervention on food and beverage purchase decision-making and behaviors among low -income tweens , Laura R Hutchinson
The quantitative characterization of the dose -response relationship of a panel of yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae) strains to prospective antineoplastic agents , Marc Anthony Nascarella
Understanding Policymakers' Perspectives: A Critical Factor in Promoting Reproductive Health Development Progress in Ukraine , Kimberly A. Waller, Public Health
Dissertations from 2005 2005
Goodness -of -fit in hierarchical logistic regression models , Rodney X Sturdivant
Dissertations from 2003 2003
Use of random permutation model in rate estimation and standardization , Wenjun Li
Dissertations from 1995 1995
Zinc Metabolism in the Streptozotocin (STZ)-Diabetes , Aizhong Fu, Public Health
Dissertations from 1989 1989
A multistage model examination: Arsenic exposure, smoking and lung cancer , Karen E Wilcock
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Healthcare Costs of Injured Youth: The Need for Prevention, Policy, and Proper Triage , Jessica Lynn Ryan
Physical Therapy Utilization and Length of Stay among Patients with Low Back Pain in Florida Hospitals , Kyle A. Watterson
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Predictors of the Incidence and Charges for Lumbar Spinal Fusion Surgery in Florida Hospitals During 2010 , Anna Ialynychev
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Analysis of Two Strategies for Structuring Medicare Reimbursement to Maximize Profitability in Acute Care General Hospitals , James D. Barrington
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Predicting the Medical Management Requirements of Large Scale Mass Casualty Events Using Computer Simulation , Scott A. Zuerlein
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The Association between the Measles, Mumps, and Rubella Vaccine and the Development of Autism: A Meta-Analysis , Rashad Carlton
The Influence of Specialized Cancer Hospitals in Florida on Mortality, Length of Stay, and Charges of Care , Patricia L. Spencer
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Racial Disparities in Breast Cancer Surgical Treatment and Radiation Therapy Use , Tracey Lynn Koehlmoos
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Theses/dissertations from 2022 2022.
Effects of COVID prevention and control policies in Kentucky schools during the fall 2020 semester , Ciaran Allen-Guy
DISPARITIES IN ACCESS TO CHEMOTHERAPY AMONG KENTUCKY STAGE IV NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER PATIENTS , Joshua Brown
Increasing Physical Activity Rates Among High School Girls in Jefferson County, Kentucky , Haley Copeland
AN ECOLOGICAL STUDY OF GLYPHOSATE USE AND NON-HODGKIN’S LYMPHOMA , Dexter Corlett and Steven R. Browning
LOCAL PUBLIC HEALTH SYSTEM COMPREHENSIVENESS AND OPIOID OVERDOSE MORTALITY, 2012-2018 , Stephanie Courtney
UTILIZING A VIDEO-BASED INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE MEDICINE ADHERENCE AND RETENTION OF HIV CARE IN A HIV CLINIC. , Robert Currie
An Analysis of Rural-Urban Differences in Health Care Access Among Women in the United States , Ellery Denny
Increasing HPV Vaccination in Elliott and Lawrence Counties , Keeghan Francis
Identifying Factors Associated with Syringe Reuse Among People Who Inject Drugs (PWID) in Appalachia Kentucky , Grayson Keith Fuller
The Impact of COVID-19 on Collaboration and Turnover among State Health Leadership , Kaylee Gouge
An Analysis of the Differences in Health Outcomes and Socioeconomic Factors Between Veteran Smokers and Non-Smokers in Tobacco-Growing States , Jacob Hauser
Demographic Characteristics of Individuals Needing Treatment for Substance Use Disorder , Amber Hill
An Analysis of the Association Between Cognitive Decline and Geographic Residence Among Women Over 65 in the Southeastern United States , Christine Invergo
Recharge Moments , Scott Keel
CANNABIS USE RATES AND MODES OF USE IN KENTUCKY , Gunnar Kennedy
PATTERNS OF CONTINUOUS GLUCOSE MONITORING UTILIZATION AMONG ADULTS WITH TYPE 1 DIABETES, 2016-2018 , Katherine Elizabeth Lee
COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies School Staff in Indiana, Kentucky, and Ohio , Luu Le
Key Factors Associated with Late-Stage Diagnosis of Endometrial Cancer in Kentucky , Lexee Long
THE IMPACT ON RECOVERY CAPITAL FOLLOWING HIGH-INTENSITY EXERCISE ADJUVANT THERAPY IN OPIOID ADDICTION TREATMENT , Aaron M. MacDonald
Comparing Governmental Communication about COVID-19 Layered Protection Strategies in Taiwan, Kenya, and the United States: A Mixed-Method Analysis of National Health Agency Websites , Cynthia Mofunanya
Attitudes towards fentanyl test strips among a cohort of people who use drugs in rural Kentucky , Alaina Murphy
Policy Approaches To Address Childhood Obesity , Omoadoni Roseline Obielodan
Disparities in Uptake of the Primary SARS-CoV-2 Vaccine Series in a Southern Indiana Vaccine Clinic , Cassidy Padgett
Examining the Association Between Cervical Cancer Screenings, Health Care Access, and Socio-Demographics Among Women of Urban/Rural Status in Kentucky , Madison Penix
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Access to Health Care for Disadvantaged Individuals: A Qualitative Inquiry
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- Affiliation: Gillings School of Global Public Health, Department of Health Policy and Management
- Despite access to health care long being central in health services research and policy, we still seek answers to fundamental questions. Access theory has also been criticized for being unsuccessful at predicting and explaining health care use, for being inapplicable to disadvantaged populations, and for treating access as a static phenomenon. I argue that we need a better understanding of the mechanisms and context of access and must pay attention to theory development. I designed this study to address these criticisms and better understand access to care. Using grounded theory, I examined the contextual and holistic nature of access by conducting an inductive investigation of disadvantaged individual's experiences in four rural communities. I conducted 42 individual and two-person in-depth, unstructured interviews on getting and using health care. Individuals in this study consisted of persons most likely to experience trouble using the health care system and to have the most need for care. The communities used in this study illustrated a variety of approaches to and problems with rural health care delivery in North Carolina and Ontario. Participants' access narratives described dealing with and struggling with competing needs and demands to achieve or maintain a state of balance in having their needs met. Achieving and maintaining balance is part of a dynamic process with four stages in the balance process: seeking balance, achieving balance, maintaining balance, and balance upsets. This continual process requires tradeoffs and adaptation as circumstances change. Getting stuck or being unable to achieve balance results in adverse consequences for the individual and the individual's relationship with the health care system. The balance process operates throughout an individual's life, reflecting careers with health needs and the health care system. This conceptualization of access as a balance process shares commonalities with existing access theories as well as contributing new concepts including the iterative nature of access and the importance of personal interactions and community context. Conceptualizing access as a staged process of achieving balance also provides multiple distinct policy intervention opportunities.
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- What is the role of public health in addressing mental issues in society?
- Seasonal affective disorder: A review of the disorder’s prevalence rates.
- Society should always listen to the needs of mentally ill persons.
- Eating disorders in adults: A review of the treatment strategies used for adults in the UK.
- What is the relation between climate change and emerging public health issues?
- Comparing depression prevalence rates in the UK to those of the US.
- What are the main causes of anxiety disorders in society?
- A review of the connection between HIV/AIDS and mental health issues in society.
- Running a public health facility: What is the most important equipment?
- Emerging public health issues in developing countries.
- Analyzing the psychological problems of breast cancer.
- What strategies should people use to prevent their mental health from social media dangers?
- A review of the public health benefits associated with active lifestyles.
- Stress: Why is it a major risk factor for mental health in many communities?
- What are the most common mental health issues in society today?
- Comparing the rates of depression and stress in China and the UK.
- Addressing anxiety-related disorders: Is cognitive-behavior therapy the best treatment method?
- A review of the economic burden of living with a person suffering from anxiety disorders.
- How does depression impact the quality of life?
- Comparing training of public health officers in the US to India.
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- Surrogacy: A review of associated ethical issues.
- Prevalence of medical errors in hospitals: A review of the policies used to prevent the problem in the United States.
- Blood transfusion: What are the side effects?
- A review of doctors’ roles in promoting healthy lifestyles.
- Maintaining healthy body weight: Comparing the effectiveness of the recommended methods.
- A review of organ donation trends in Europe and Asia.
- Analyzing the ethical factors around cloning: When should it be allowed?
- The ethics of human experimentation.
- Comparing the rates of heart attacks in women to men in the United States.
- What are the main causes of heart attacks? Can it be prevented?
- Progress in diabetes studies and treatment: Is it possible to get a cure in the future?
- Biological weapons and their impacts on society: A review of the Leukemia rates in Japan.
- Pre-diabetes in children: What are the main symptoms, and how can it be addressed?
Public Health Paper Topics On COVID-19
- How will COVID-19 change life?
- What are the advantages and disadvantages of self-isolation?
- Life lessons that you learned during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- What challenges has your community faced during COVID-19 pandemic?
- School life during COVID-19 pandemic.
- A review of mass media operations during pandemic.
- What projects did you undertake during the pandemic?
- A review of projects that your community undertook during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- A closer look at the backlash against Asians in Europe at the start COVID-19 pandemic period.
- Preparing for the next pandemic: What lessons did the world learn from the COVID-19 pandemic?
- The best strategies for staying healthy during a pandemic.
- Is there anything that we could have done to prevent the COVID-19 pandemic?
- Comparing the effectiveness of Europe and American healthcare preparedness for tackling disasters.
- A review of mental health status in a community of your choice during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- A review of COVID-19 emergence theories: Which one do you think is more credible?
- Comparing the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic to Ebola.
- Vaccines development for viral infections: What made the development of the COVID-19 vaccine possible so fast, whereas that of HIV/AIDS has taken so long?
- A review of the vaccine development process.
- Time for review: How effectively do you think your government responded to the COVID-19 pandemic?
- Rethinking public health on a global scale: Demonstrating why effective healthcare is only possible when looked at globally.
Interesting Public Health Research Topic Ideas
- What is the importance of learning public health in school?
- Identify and review a common public health issue in your community.
- The history of human health: Comparing what was considered healthy in ancient times to what is referred to as healthy today.
- Going vegan: How can it impact your health?
- Excessive weight: Is it the new threat to human civilization?
- Is bodybuilding healthy?
- Body positive: Is it a new health standard or ignorance of body issues?
- Things to consider when selecting healthy food to eat.
- Why psychological health should be part of every community in society.
- The health of newborns: What is the difference between their healthcare and that of adults?
- Emerging trends in the healthcare industry: How can the latest trends benefit society?
- Comparing depression and anxiety in two countries of your choice.
- Physical wellness must include healthy behavioral patterns and nutrition.
- A sense of belonging is paramount to personal and community health.
- What is the relationship between spirituality and public health?
- A review of stigmatization of mental health issues in a community of your choice.
- Is it possible to prevent depression?
- At what point should children start learning sex-related education?
- Comparing the two main public health issues in two cities: London and New York.
- What is the relationship between poverty and public health?
Hot Researchable Topics In Public Health
- The resurgence of measles in society: The best guidance for clinicians.
- Tackling the growing national drug problem.
- Bioterrorism preparedness for global disasters.
- A review of recent vitamin D recommendations for older adults.
- Strategies for maintaining maternal mortality at low levels across the globe.
- Efforts by Asian governments to reduce infections from using unsafe water.
- Over-the-counter drug abuse in Europe: Compare two countries of your choice.
- Health care providers’ roles in preventing bullying in society.
- Knowledge management in the UK healthcare organizations.
- The health benefits of good healthcare waste management.
- Characteristics of dental wastes in hospitals.
- Comparing the most prevalent public health issues in developed and developing nations.
- Latest trends in financing public health.
- The relevance of clinical epidemiology in public health.
- Evidence based public health.
- Epidemiological burden of HIV/AIDS in developing countries.
- Addressing cervical cancer in developing countries: Is it possible to eliminate it completely?
- Ethics in public health clinical research.
- Comparing the strategies used in teaching and motivating public health professionals in developing and developed countries.
Research Topics In Public Health For Masters
- Advertising and impacts on food choices in the community.
- The use of stem cell technologies for cancer treatment: What are the latest trends?
- Bio-printing: Is it the future of organ transplants?
- Nutrition education: How does it promote healthy diets?
- Exercising: What role does it play in promoting strength and balance in the elderly?
- Weight loss surgery: What are the key advantages and disadvantages?
- Heart disease is a major public health issue in society.
- Alternative strategies for treating depression in society: Are they effective?
- Healthcare leadership and its importance in public health.
- Legal aspects of public health care in the society.
- Mental disabilities in patients: A review of the emerging trends in the UK.
- How does the United States promote the development of public health?
- Inequalities in medicine: What impact does it have in public health?
- The most controversial issues in public health in the UK.
- What are the most preferred storage systems for medical supplies in the UK public health facilities?
- Reimagining the public health systems on the globe: Where do you see the UK health system in the next 20 years?
Top Thesis Topics In Dental Public Health
- Common oral health issues in Ireland.
- A review of common problems of endodontically treated teeth.
- The role of good leadership skills in dental education.
- Child management techniques between male and female practitioners.
- What role does ergonomics play in dentistry?
- Dental material and bio-engineering: What are the latest trends?
- A review of the relationship between diabetes and oral health in the society.
- The role of electronic health care record systems used in public health.
- Comparing dental health issues in the developing and developed countries.
- A review of public awareness of dental health issues in a community of choice.
- How can you ensure that all the food you buy is safe and healthy?
- What strategies are used by your local health community to promote dental awareness?
- Dental health management in California: What do you think should be done differently?
- Are you satisfied with the strategies used to address dental issues?
Hot Thesis Topics Public Health
- Mandatory overtime work for medical staff: How does it impact their commitment to their job?
- Nursing shortage and its impact in public health.
- Strategies for improving public health in the EU.
- Mental health issues among asylum seekers in the United States.
- Common mental issues among veterans returning from war: A case study of the United States.
- What functions does management play in healthcare settings when handling key public health issues?
- How poor relationships between nurses and doctors can impact public health services delivery.
- Third-party players in public health and their roles.
- Financial reporting standards in public health facilities.
- What is the correlation between revenue collection in society and the quality of patient services?
- Reviewing the coordination of public health officials during disasters.
- The importance of staff training on quality of health services.
- Comparing the differences between alternative medicine and conventional medicine in addressing public health issues in society.
- Obesity: What are the main causes in child-going age?
- A review of health consequences of caffeine.
- Medical marijuana: What are the main pros and cons?
- A review of the US Farm Bill Amendments that legalized use of cannabis in the US.
- Doing sports: Is it always healthy?
- Low-fat or low-carb diet: Which one is better in addressing overweight and diabetes issues?
- Preventing communicable diseases: Evaluating the prevention strategies used in Asia.
- What is the estimated cost of treating heart problems?
Controversial Public Health Dissertation Topics
- Smoking and impacts of current efforts to address cancer in the society.
- A review of the main causes of heart attacks in society today.
- Tobacco ads: Evaluating their impacts and the relationship to the current cancer trends in the society.
- Sleep disorders: Explain why they should be considered a public health issue.
- Staffing shortage and the impacts in fighting COVID-19 pandemic in Asia.
- Analyzing risk management of treating different diseases in the community.
- COVID-19 pandemic in numbers: Comparing the infection rates in the developed and developing countries.
- Reviewing strategies used in the US public health system to achieve equity: How effective are they?
- Analyzing the main challenges in the UK medical care system.
- Rising cases of suicides in the society: What are the main causes?
- A comprehensive review of strategies used to prevent suicides in the 21st century in the US.
- Use of vaccines to prevent diseases: Do adults still need the vaccines?
- Heat-related deaths: What strategies should be adopted?
- Chronic-diseases prevention: Comparing the strategies used in developing and developed countries.
- Are we becoming too dependent on antibiotics in fighting diseases?
- Opioid crisis: Are the doctors to blame for it?
- Use of blockchain in growing accuracy of clinical trials in medicine.
- What dangers are posed by nuclear wastes in society?
- Assessing US industrial facilities compliance rates to cut down emissions.
- Using clean energy as a strategy of improving public health: What are the expectations?
- What is the healthiest country?
- Evaluating the correlation between gaming and deviant behavior among children in society.
- COVID-19 could have been prevented if WHO was more vigilant?
Public Health Research Questions
- Is the high cost of medical healthcare in the United States justified?
- What is the correlation between poverty and poor health in society?
- Should health care for homeless people be free?
- Unconventional medicine: Should it be part of the UK healthcare system?
- Should doctors be responsible for medical errors?
- Should medical officers or health facilities be allowed to promote selective medical products?
- Should all healthcare facilities in the UK be required to have translators for non-English speaking clients?
- Mental health issues associated with domestic violence: A case study of France.
- Is it a good idea to legalize euthanasia?
- What are the benefits of using surgical masks in public?
- What are the most important lessons from the different waves of the COVID-19 pandemic reported on the globe?
- Who is more responsible for the COVID-19 pandemic?
- Ebola or COVID-19 pandemic: Which is worse?
- What are the main causes of epidemics on the globe?
- Public health planning: What are the most important things to think about?
- Should governments pay the cost of rehabilitating drug addicts in society?
- Teaching children healthy lifestyles: What are the best strategies?
- What problems do people with autism face in society?
- What are the leading causes of child mortality in your community?
- Gun violence in the United States: Should it be considered a public health issue?
- What illnesses are considered foodborne?
Easy Topics In Public Health
- All workplaces should support breastfeeding.
- What are the best strategies to reduce pollution in society?
- Public health benefits of recycling waste in society.
- Reviewing the causes of poor water quality in the developing world.
- Comparing water quality standards policies in the UK and US.
- Health impacts of the rapid depletion of o-zone depletion.
- Better planning of infrastructural development is important for healthier societies: Discuss.
- The US is better prepared to handle pandemics that might arise after the COVID-19 pandemic. Discuss.
- A review of common diseases spread by vectors.
- A review of key policies installed to protect employee health.
- Legal age for consuming energy drinks should be set by the government to address the problem of diabetes.
- Smoking: Should it be banned in public?
- What are the best strategies for raising awareness in public?
- Can reducing the workload of employees in manufacturing facilities improve their health?
- Sunbathing should be restricted to prevent the risk of cancer: Discuss.
- Should abortion be banned in society?
- School-related stress: How can it be prevented?
- Should birth control be made available and free for all teenagers?
- What should be categorized as a bad health habit?
- Compare and contrast two common treatment methods for treating behavioral disorders.
- Internet addiction: What are the main dangers of internet addiction?
Other Public Health Topics For Research
- How to stay healthy and safe during a pandemic.
- Using a bicycle instead of driving is healthier.
- Common mental disorders in India.
- What is the biggest health issue among young people?
- The impact of exercising in teenagers.
- Why do teenagers experiment with drugs?
- What impact does dispositional violence have on mental disorders?
- Is telemedicine helpful in promoting better healthcare?
- Unproven alternative medicine: What are the associated risks?
- What alternatives do we have for antibiotics?
- What is the difference between private and public healthcare?
- A review of the main health issues associated with puberty.
- What is the most dangerous disease of the 21st century?
- Why are some people still afraid of vaccines?
- Experimental treatment: Why do people agree to undergo it?
- How can we improve the health of people living with chronic illnesses?
- The best strategies to make people aware of the basics of healthcare.
- A review of the growing awareness about reproductive health in the society.
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The Link Between PTSD and Interpersonal Violence
This review concentrated on providing evidence to prove that there was a significant link between PTSD and interpersonal violence....
Last modified: 1st Mar 2022
The Effects of Religiosity and Spirituality on Depressed Adults
The purpose of this paper is to determine the effects of religiosity and spirituality on depressed adults....
Last modified: 28th Feb 2022
Mental Health Impact of Sports Injuries
This study will look at the mental health impacts on long term injuries of sportsmen aged between 18 and 25 who compete in amateur team sports....
The Internalization of the Strong Black Woman Schema and the Decision to Seek Psychological Help
The problem being addressed in this proposed dissertation study is to determine if and to what extent a relationship exists between the Strong Black Woman Schema and help seeking attitudes....
Virtual Reality in Treatment of Non-suicidal Self-Injury
VR has several unique affordances that make it useful in mental health contexts. This paper will explore each of these affordances within the context of non-suicidal self-injury....
Last modified: 25th Feb 2022
Do Young Adults Suffering from Mental Health Problems Receive the Care /Support They Need?
This research is to find out if young individuals with mental health issues get the best support that they need and importantly whether families who care for these individuals get professional advice and support....
Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Children and Adolescents that Resonates into Adulthood
I chose the topic of Post-traumatic stress disorder because it is important to help acknowledge that children and adolescents need help too....
Group Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Insomnia (G-CBT-I) in Depression
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An Investigation into Coping Methods That Maintain Resilience and Wellbeing after Stressful Life Events
This present study will seek to explore the relationships between two common coping habits – spirituality and substance use their link to SLEs and maintaining resilience and wellbeing....
Perceptions and Attitudes of Mental Health Nurses to Clinical Supervision
The main objective of this study was to identify and describe the perceptions and attitudes of mental health nurses to clinical supervision....
Last modified: 22nd Feb 2022
Physical and Mental Health Outcomes Among HIV Patients Receiving Integrated Care Treatment
The purpose of this archival study was to further contribute to the existing literature evaluating integrated care approaches to HIV treatment in community based settings....
Self Stigma in Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Methadone Maintenance Treatment (MMT)
While the advent of MMT has dramatically improved treatment adherence among individuals with OUD, nearly 25% of patients will drop out of treatment within one year....
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Gambling Disorder: Comorbidity, Stigma, Family Impact, and Treatment
Gambling disorder has become an increased concern with the growing legalized opportunities. This review describes what addiction is and the debate of it being a brain disease or a choice....
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Experiences of Relatives Regarding Physician-Assisted Death
Experiences of relatives regarding physician-assisted death for patients suffering from mental illness: A Qualitative Study...
Effect of Internet Interventions for Depression and Alcohol Use
This study will examine the impact of combining two of the most widely evaluated and empirically supported Internet interventions for depression (MoodGYM) and drinking (Check Your Drinking)....
Trends in Twitter Trolls
The purpose of this paper is to crawl certain Twitter trends in India, to extract data and to check to see if there are common figures through those trends....
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Effects of Mental Illness on Community Enthralment
This project aims to explore the risk factors associated with developing mental health conditions, including the uptake of treatments among young people in London....
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Claims for Victims of Psychiatric Illness
The English law of negligence in relation to nervous shock or psychiatric illness is often considered as unfair and unsatisfactory by the defendants, claimants and even by the judges....
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The Relationship Between Casino Proximity and Problem Gambling
Will increased casino proximity lead to, or correlate with, an increased prevalence of problem gambling? This study aims to address this research question by conducting a systematic review....
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Psychiatric Disorders in the Prison Population
In addition to the higher psychiatric morbidity among prisoners than the general population, it has also been identified that prisoners have higher rates of comorbidity....
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An Evaluation of Stress in Nursing Placements
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Role of the Police in Linking Individuals Experiencing Mental Health Crises with Mental Health Services
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Factors Which Lead to Stress in the Workplace
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Ph.D. Dissertation Defense in Nursing: Mary (Beth) Kantz 3/17
The Zuckerberg College of Health Sciences, Solomont School of Nursing, invites you to attend a doctoral dissertation defense by Mary (Beth) Kantz on " The Relationship between Health and Housing in Low-Income Older Adults." Date: Friday, March 17, 2023 Time: 3 to 6 p.m. Location: This will be a virtual defense via Zoom. Those interested in attending should email [email protected] and committee Chair [email protected] at least 24 hours prior to the defense to request access to the meeting. Committee Chair: Comfort Enah, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, Donna Manning Endowed Chair, Associate Professor, Solomont School of Nursing, University of Massachusetts, Lowell Committee Members:
- Lisa Abdallah, Ph.D., RN, FAAN, Professor, Solomont School of Nursing, University of Massachusetts Lowell
- Jason Rydberg, Ph.D., Associate Professor, College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Abstract: Background: Housing and neighborhood are key social determinants of health and have been linked to health problems ranging from infectious disease to depression. Marginalized groups are more likely to experience housing problems due to societal and structural barriers that restrict access to financial and social resources. Low-income older adults are especially vulnerable due to their heightened risk for poor health, and economic constraints that limit their ability to secure affordable, good quality housing. Despite these vulnerabilities, research examining the relationship between housing and the health of low-income older adults is limited.
Aim: To examine the relationship between health and housing in low-income older adults.
Method: This study involved a secondary analysis of longitudinal survey data collected in 2014-2017 for the Survey of Income and Program Participation (SIPP) conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau. The social ecological model was used as a framework for the study and guided the development of research questions and approach to analysis. The study sample consisted of 10,858 adults 62 and older who were enrolled in the SIPP at baseline and completed at least one wave of data collection (n=37,333 observations). The household income-to-poverty ratio was used to categorize participants as low-income or higher-income older adults. Baseline statistics were computed for the full sample and subsamples of interest. Hierarchical logistic regression was used to evaluate the relationship between self-rated health and variables representing housing quality, affordability, stability, and neighborhood in low-income older adults, and evaluate whether the relationship was different in higher-income older adults, and low-income older adults who did and did not receive housing assistance.
Results: The mean age of the study sample at baseline was 72.0 years; 55.4% were female, and 16.2% were non-white. Compared to higher-income older adults, a significantly (p<.001) greater percentage of low-income older adults were non-White; rated their health fair or poor; and reported problems with housing quality, paying the rent/mortgage or utilities, and neighborhood safety. In both the low-income and higher-income groups, housing quality problems, increased household size, and living in an unsafe neighborhood were associated with significantly greater odds of poor health. Comparisons of low-income older adults who did and did not receive housing assistance indicated that the housing assistance group was significantly (p<.001) poorer, less healthy, and more likely to experience food insecurity; however, the relationship between health and housing was not different in the two groups.
Conclusion: Housing problems were associated with poor health in both low-income and higher-income older adults, suggesting that housing is a health concern that crosses income boundaries. The data also suggested that housing assistance programs reach individuals within the intended population, though many older adults eligible for assistance did not receive it. Further research is needed to clarify the health impact of housing assistance, and the relationship between health and housing in low-income older adult subgroups. Findings from this study may enhance nurses’ understanding of housing as a multi-dimensional construct and social determinant of health, and inform their efforts to address housing concerns in patient assessment and treatment plans
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2022 Mental Health Research Topics
Topic 1: an assessment of the influence of parents' divorce or separation on adolescent children in terms of long-term psychological impact..
Research Aim: This study aims to investigate the level of traumas experienced by the children of divorced or separated parents. The principal aim of this study is to explore the long-term psychological impacts of parents’ divorce on the life of children regardless of their gender and age in terms of mental wellbeing, academic performance, and self-worth.
Topic 2: An investigation of the impact of Trauma and Health-related quality of life on the Mental health and Self-worth of a child.
Research Aim: This study aims to assess the long-term impacts of the trauma children face in their early years of life on their overall mental health. Also, numerous studies have emphasized improving the quality of life for children who tend to experience multiple traumas and take them along in adulthood. Therefore, this study also proposed the impacts of traumatic childhood experiences on self-worth, mental health, and vitality of implementing firm intervention before the child reaches adulthood.
Topic 3: Assessing the effect of Psychological training on males suffering from Post-Surgery Anxiety in the UK.
Research Aim: Postoperative problems may occur as a result of surgical stress. This study aims to examine different approaches to control post-surgical anxiety and improve patients’ lives in the short and long term, focusing on male patients in the UK. It will also give us an understanding of how psychological training and interventions affect anxiety in male patients and help them overcome this through a systematic review.
Topic 4: Investigating the Relationship between Mental illness and Suicides- A case study of UK's Young Adults.
Research Aim: This study aims to find the relationship between mental illness and suicides and risk factors in the UK. This study will specifically focus on young adults. It will examine different mental disorders and how they have led to suicide and will analyse further studies of people who had died by suicide and find evidence of the presence or absence of mental illness.
Topic 5: Examining the behaviour of Mental Health Nurses taking care of Schizophrenia Patients in the UK.
Research Aim: Negative behaviours and discrimination have been usually reported as a reason for the inconvenience in the treatment of mentally ill or schizophrenia patients, which negatively impacts the patient’s results. Health care professionals’ attitudes have been regarded as being more negative than the general public, which lowers the outlook for patients suffering from mental illness. This study will examine the behaviour of mental health nurses regarding schizophrenia patients in the UK and also focus on the characteristics associated with nurses’ attitudes.
COVID-19 Mental Health Research Topics
Topic1: impacts of the coronavirus on the mental health of various age groups.
Research Aim: This study will reveal the impacts of coronavirus on the mental health of various age groups
Topic 2: Mental health and psychological resilience during COVID-19
Research Aim: Social distancing has made people isolated and affected their mental health. This study will highlight various measures to overcome the stress and mental health of people during coronavirus.
Topic 3: The mental health of children and families during COVID-19
Research Aim: This study will address the challenging situations faced by children and families during lockdown due to COVID-19. It will also discuss various ways to overcome the fear of disease and stay positive.
Topic 4: Mental wellbeing of patients during the Coronavirus pandemic
Research Aim: This study will focus on the measures taken by the hospital management, government, and families to ensure patients’ mental well-being, especially COVID-19 patients.
Best Mental Health Topics for Your Dissertation in the Year 2021
Topic 1: kids and their relatives with cancer: psychological challenges.
Research Aim: In cancer diagnoses and therapies, children often don’t know what happens. Many have psychosocial problems, including rage, terror, depression, disturbing their sleep, inexpiable guilt, and panic. Therefore, this study is designed to identify and treat the child and its family members’ psychological issues.
Topic 2: Hematopoietic device reaction in ophthalmology patient’s radiation therapy
Research Aim: This research is based on the analysis of hematopoietic devices’ reactions to ophthalmology’s radiation.
Topic 3: Psychological effects of cyberbullying Vs. physical bullying: A counter study
Research Aim: This research will focus on the effects of cyberbullying and physical bullying and their consequences on the victim’s mental health. The most significant part is the counter effects on our society’s environment and human behaviour, particularly youth.
Topic 4: Whether or not predictive processing is a theory of perceptual consciousness?
Research Aim: This research aims to identify: whether or not predictive processing is a theory of perceptual consciousness?
Topic 5: Importance of communication in a relationship
Research Aim: This research aims to address the importance of communication in relationships and the communication gap consequences.
Topic 6: Eating and personality disorders
Research Aim: This research aims to focus on eating and personality disorders
Topic 7: Analysis of teaching, assessment, and evaluation of students and learning differences
Research Aim: This research aims to analyse teaching methods, assessment, and evaluation systems of students and their learning differences
Topic 8: Social and psychological effects of virtual networks
Research Aim: This research aims to study the social and psychological effects of virtual networks
Topic 9: The role of media in provoking aggression
Research Aim: This research aims to address the role of media and in provoking aggression among people
Best Mental Health Topics for Your Dissertation in the Year 2020
Topic 1: what is the impact of social media platforms on the mental wellbeing of adults.
Research Aim: the current study aims to investigate the impact social media platforms tend to have on adults’ mental well-being with a particular focus on the United Kingdom. While many studies have been carried out to gauge the impact of social media platforms on teenagers’ mental well-being, little to no research has been performed to investigate how the health of adults might be affected by the same and how social media platforms like Facebook impact them.
Topic 2: The contemporary practical management approach to treating personality disorders
Research Aim: This research will discuss the contemporary practical management approach for treating personality disorders in mental health patients. In the previous days, much of the personality disorder treatments were based on medicines and drugs. Therefore, this research will address contemporary and practical ways to manage how personality disorders affect the mental state of the individuals who have the disease.
Topic 3: How is Prozac being used in the modern-day to treat self-diagnosed depression?
Research Aim: In the current day and age, besides people suffering from clinical depression, many of the teens and the adults across have started to suffer from self-diagnosed depression. To treat their self-diagnosed depression, individuals take Prozac through all the wrong means, which harms their mental state even more. Therefore, the current study aims to shed light on how Prozac is being used in the modern age and the adverse effects of misinformed use on the patients.
Topic 4: Are women more prone to suffer from mental disorders than men: Comparative analysis
Research Aim: There have been several arguments regarding whether women are more likely to suffer from mental disorders than men. Much of the research carried out provides evidence that women are more prone to suffer from mental disorders. This research study aims to conduct a comparative analysis to determine whether it’s more likely for men or women to suffer from mental disorders and what role biological and societal factors play in determining the trend.
Topic 5: The impact of breakups on the mental health of men?
Research Aim: Several studies have been carried out to discuss how women are affected more by a breakup than men. However, little research material is available in support of the impact the end of a relationship can have on men’s mental health. Therefore, this research study will fill out the gap in research to determine the impact of a breakup on men’s mental health and stability.
Topic 6: A theoretical analysis of the Impact of emotional attachment on mental health?
Research Aim: This research aims to analyse the theories developed around emotional attachment to address how emotional attachment can harm individuals’ mental health across the globe. Several theories discuss the role that emotional attachment tends to play in the mind of a healthy being, and how emotional attachment can often negatively affect mental well-being.
Topic 7: How do social media friendships contribute to poor mental health?
Research Aim: This research idea aims to address how social media friendships and networking can often lead to a lack of self-acceptance, self-loathing, self-pity, self-comparison, and depression due to the different mindsets that are present in today’s world.
Topic 8: What role do parents play in ensuring the mental well-being of their children?
Research Aim: It is assumed that parents tend to stop playing a role in ensuring that the mental health and well-being of their children are being maintained after a certain age. Therefore, this study will aim to put forward the idea that even after the children pass the age of 18, activities and their relationship with their parents would always play a role in the way their mental health is being transformed.
Topic 9: A study on the mental health of soldiers returning from Iraq?
Research Aim: This topic idea puts forward the aim that the mental health of soldiers who return from war-struck areas is always a subject of interest, as each of the soldiers carries a mental burden. Therefore, it is vital to understand the soldiers’ mental health returning from Iraq, focusing on what causes their mental health to deteriorate during the war and suggestions of what to do or who to call if they do become unwell.
Topic 10: How the contemporary media practices in the UK are leading to mental health problems?
Research Aim: The media is known to have control and influence over people’s mindsets who are connected to it. Many of the contemporary media practices developed in the UK can negatively impact the mental well-being of individuals, which makes it necessary to analyse how they are contributing to the mental health problems among the UK population.
Topic 11: What is the impact of television advertising on the mental development of children in the UK?
Research Aim: This topic would aim to address how television advertising can negatively impact children’s mental development in the United Kingdom, as it has been observed in many studies that television advertising is detrimental to the mental health of children.
Topic 12: How deteriorating mental health can have an Impact on physical health?
Research Aim: This research aims to address the side-effects of deteriorating mental health on the physical health of individuals in the society, as it is believed that the majority of the physical ailments in the modern-day and age are due to the deteriorating mental health of individuals. The study can address the treatments for many ailments in our society due to deteriorating mental health and well-being.
Topic 13: The relationship between unemployment and mental health
Research Aim: How unemployment relates to concepts, such as a declining economy or lack of social skills and education, has been frequently explored by many researchers in the past. However, not many have discussed the relationship between unemployment and the mental health of unemployed individuals. Therefore, this topic will help address the problems faced by individuals due to unemployment because of the mental blocks they are likely to develop and experience. In the future, it would lead to fewer people being depressed due to unemployment when further research is carried out.
Topic 14: The mental health problems of prisoners in the United Kingdom
Research Aim: While prisoners across the globe are criticised and studied for the negativity that goes on in their mindsets, one would rarely research the mental health problems they tend to develop when they become a prisoner for committing any crime. It is often assumed that it is the life inside the prison walls that impacts the prisoners’ mental health in a way that leads to them committing more crimes. Therefore, this research topic has been developed to study prison’s impact on prisoners’ mental well-being in the United Kingdom to eventually decrease the number of crimes that occur due to the negative environment inside the prisons.
Topic 15: Mental well-being of industry workers in China
Research Aim: While many research studies have been carried out regarding the conditions that the workers in China tend to be exposed to, there is very little supporting evidence regarding the impact such working conditions have on the mindset and mental health of the workers. Therefore, this study aims to address the challenges faced by industry workers in China and the impact that such challenges can have on their mental well-being.
Topic 16: Is the provision of mental health care services in the United Kingdom effective?
Research Aim: Many people have made different assumptions regarding the mental health care services provided across the globe. However, it seems that little to no research has been carried out regarding the efficiency and effectiveness of the provision of mental health care services in the United Kingdom. Therefore, this study aims to put forward research into the mental health care services provided in well-developed countries like the United Kingdom to gauge the awareness and importance of mental health in the region.
Topic 17: What are the mental health problems the minorities in the United Kingdom face?
Research Aim: It is believed that the minorities in the United Kingdom are likely to experience physical abuse, societal abuse and are often exposed to discrimination and unfair acts at the workplace and in their social circle. The study investigates the range of mental problems faced by minorities in the UK, which need to be addressed to have equality, diversity, and harmony.
Topic 18: The impact the Coronavirus has had on the mental health of the Chinese people
Research Aim: The spread of the deadly Coronavirus has led to many deaths in the region of China, and many of those who have been suspected of the virus are being put in isolation and quarantine. Such conditions tend to have hurt the mental health of those who have suffered from the disease and those who have watched people suffer from it. Therefore, the current study aims to address how the Coronavirus has impacted the mental health of the Chinese people.
Topic 19: How to create change in mental health organisations in China?
Research Aim: Research suggests little awareness about mental health in many Asian countries. As mental health problems are on the rise across the globe, it is necessary to change mental health organisations. Therefore, the study aims to discuss how to create change in mental health organisations in the Asian region using China’s example.
Topic 20: Addressing the mental health concerns of the Syrian refugees in the UK
Research Aim: This research project would address the concerns in terms of the refugees’ mental health and well-being, using an example of the Syrian refugees who had been allowed entry into the United Kingdom. This idea aims to put forward the negative effects that migration can have on the refugees and how further research is required to combat such issues not just in the United Kingdom but worldwide.
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Information School doctoral student Hyeyoung Ryu and Professor Wanda Pratt recently won the Samantha Adams Best Paper award for their paper published in JAMIA, the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. Their paper, “ Microaggression clues from social media: revealing and counteracting the suppression of women’s health care ,” exposes how social media reveals and reinforces the suppression of health care for unmarried Korean women. The award recognizes a recent paper that exemplifies the legacy and scholarship of Adams’s work at the intersection of informatics and ethics.
Ryu and Pratt ’s objective was to demonstrate how analyzing social media posts can uncover microaggressions and generate new cultural insights. They explored why Korean women hesitate to seek recommended gynecological care, and how microaggressions visible in social media reveal insights for counteracting harmful messaging that discourages seeking care. This is part of a larger research arc on microaggressions. “I want to mitigate the barriers to technology, and to better communication, to make their care more effective and efficient,” Ryu says.
Analyzing data from the popular Korean social media site Nate Pann, as well as from Twitter, the pair found that mothers, male partners, and people on social media contribute to pre- and post-visit microaggressions toward unmarried women seeking gynecological care. These findings have implications for improving quality of care and the likelihood that patients will access health screenings.
When Ryu completed her undergraduate studies and moved to the U.S. to pursue her Ph.D. at the iSchool, she knew her research would be motivated by a primary goal: improving efficiency and effectiveness for people who are being undertreated in the medical system. Ryu’s interest in improving health care efficiencies was informed by her own experience as a caregiver for loved ones with life-threatening chronic illnesses. Bolstered by the mentorship of Professor Wanda Pratt, who was highly influential in her decision to study at the UW, Ryu shaped this research interest into a series of studies examining online and offline interactions and how they influence care.
For Ryu, now in her third year at the University, the research collaboration with Pratt has been pivotal. “One of the core beliefs I have is in people,” Ryu says. “Dr. Pratt showed me that, without being micromanaging, people can still thrive and pursue their research, but also have the warmth and the personal connections that I need to grow as an independent researcher who can thrive on my own and, some day, have my own research group.” As Ryu outlined her own research plans and read background literature about microaggressions, she realized that these harmful patterns were so prevalent in her home country — but that Korean doesn’t have a term for microaggressions. She and Pratt decided to team up to study the issue in a Korean context.
In open forums online, people could ask their questions about health care, including gynecological care. Reluctance to access gynecological care is related, Ryu says, to concerns that accessing this kind of care means that someone has become sexually active — a challenging and incorrect assumption in a culture that highly prizes chastity.
“The theme that I found the most interesting was that the people who they depend on the most are the people who perpetuate the microaggressions the most. People who are trying to be helpful are unknowingly perpetuating the microaggressions in online spaces,” Ryu says. Rather than recommending a punitive approach, in which online communities ban users from posting after they have committed microaggression, Ryu’s research supports more education for people across forums and experiences.
Instead of solving the problem for people who have experienced microaggressions, Ryu and Pratt seek to involve them in co-designing solutions. “We thought that was important,” Ryu says, “to make them aware of microaggressions and their effects, and to be inclusive in the design.” Inclusive design and a combination of systems-level and person-centered approaches help the graduate student to ground her work.
“Counteraction can’t be achieved in these kinds of circumstances if you only think about efficiency,” Ryu says. “You have to think about the people, what their considerations are, how they receive things, even if it’s at a smaller scale to start with. That gives a human-based approach to understanding how people are approaching problems, and how they actually want the problems to be solved.”
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Health economics dissertation topics focus on sectors of health and economics. Health economics topics for the dissertation also study how the health sector contributes to the overall economy of a country. The healthcare industry faces critical issues including co-payments that exceed the cost of ethical drugs, general cost inflation in ethical drugs, establishing potential cost efficiencies in operations that might help stabilize costs. Check out our other related posts for economics dissertation topics and accounting & finance dissertation topics .
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Health economics thesis topics have been enlisted below:
- Studying health economics within the context of European countries: a descriptive approach.
- The role played by ethics in the domain of health economics: a review of the empirical evidence.
- Correlational analysis of ethics, health economics, and health capability paradigm.
- The role played by quality management in the domain of health economics: a review of the literature.
- Mental health economics: connecting psychology, health, and economics.
- Investigating the market access for biopharmaceuticals: a health economics perspective.
- Studying the relationship between public policy evaluation and health economics research paradigms.
- Focusing on the role played by therapeutic innovations in the future of the health economics domain.
- Implementing health economics into the education of medical sciences and clinical practices.
- Comparative analysis of the health economics in developed versus developing countries of the world.
- Medical devices and health economics: focus on the potential opportunities and challenges.
- Studying the relationship between health economics and quality of life: a descriptive approach.
- Literature on health economics: a comparative analysis of the quality versus the quantity.
- An integrated framework focusing on health economics, human factors, and resilience: a theoretical approach.
- Research in the field of health economics: focus on challenges and interventions.
- Studying the impacts of social control in health economics.
- Correlational analysis of health economics, potential vaccines, and clinical aspects in X country.
- Stratified medicine interventions and market access: using health economics data.
- Investigating the implications of health economics in the US healthcare reform.
- Relationship between health psychologists and health economics: focus on different potential aspects.
- Cancer treatments and health economics: a correlational analysis.
- Studying the role played by health economics in treatments of veterans of war.
- Investigating the role played by big data in decision-making scenarios associated with health economics.
- Teen pregnancies and their economic impacts on X country: a health economics perspective.
- Relationship between health economics and information technology advancements: focus on Asian countries.
- Studying the effects of healthcare policies on the economic growth: a comparative analysis of UK and USA.
- UK’s National Health Service Program and its implications on the overall health economics of the UK.
- Relationship between health insurance and health provision programs.
- Health inequalities in the developing countries of the world: impacts on the health economics domain.
- Studying the impacts of COVID-19 pandemic on the international health economics.
- Historical analysis of the health economics domain: connecting past with the present and the future.
- Home care providers and financial balance.
- Health perceptions in the USA and their effects on the health economics of the country.
- Gender differences and their implications in the field of health economics: developing versus developed countries of the world.
- Substance abuse: implications for the health economics domain.
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There are many specialty areas in the field of law, and Occupational Health & Safety Law is one such area of specialty. Occupational Health & Safety Law is a field of law that concerns workers’ rights to a secure working environment. Regulations pertaining to employment and labor are developed and implemented by this body of law. these regulations ensure that both individual and collective employees have access to a safe workplace and that their jobs don’t in any way jeopardize their bodily, mental, or emotional well-being.
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How the UK’s “Health and Safety At Work Act” governs worker safety in the chemical industries:
Aim: The act of health and safety at work ensures that a company’s employers are accountable for the health, safety, and welfare of the workers and employees who work for them. This statute applies to every manufacturing enterprise in the UK. This statute not only offers guidance but also imposes strict requirements on employers to ensure the safety of their workers and employees. The study’s goal is to ascertain the advantages of this act, particularly for industrial firms that deal with hazardous commodities like chemicals.
Case study of McDonald’s Corporation v. Ogborn: What lessons can employers draw from this occurrence and whether McDonald’s should actually be held accountable?
Aim: When working at a McDonald’s outlet, Louise Ogborn was subjected to a strip search by her manager and other staff at the request of a “police officer,” who was conducting the search over the phone. Louise Ogborn filed a lawsuit against McDonald’s Corporation for this incident. The jury found in favor of Miss Ogborn and found McDonald’s accountable for failing to better protect their employees’ safety. The purpose of this dissertation is to determine if McDonald’s was actually at fault for what occurred and what lessons may be learned by employers from this situation.
Labor-intensive manufacturing companies and the need to limit the work hours for the safety of the workers:
Aim: Heavy machinery is used in labor-intensive manufacturing facilities and factories that assemble products; hence, extreme caution and focus are needed when working in these environments. In an effort to increase their income, many workers decide to work more hours, yet this decision may be damaging. This research effort tries to comprehend how working longer hours might put employees at risk of physical harm and why it is necessary to set a daily work limit for employees.
Pay and work hours of employees from poor nations working for a global corporation:
Aim: Multinational corporations with roots in rich nations frequently outsource or delegate their work to developing nations, mainly because these nations are viewed as a gold mine of inexpensive labor. The purpose of this study is to determine whether these well-known multinational corporations take unfair advantage of workers from developing nations in terms of wages and working hours. In essence, this study will attempt to ascertain if the workers from developing nations employed by these MNCs receive less compensation for the extent of their work.
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The purpose of the Occupational Health and Safety Act is as clear as its name. Since there is a definite power imbalance between the employer and the employee and there is always the possibility of the employer abusing the employee, this law was put in place to protect the welfare of the workforce. This corpus of law obliges employers to be responsible for their employees’ safety and to take reasonable precautions to ensure it. This law specifies the standards that an employer should adhere to as well as a number of obligations that must be met; in the event that these obligations are not met, the employer is responsible for any risk that is presented to the employee.
This is a top area of the legal profession. Litigators, administrative lawyers, and in-house counsel are professionals who specialise in occupational health and safety law. These professionals are in charge of developing and implementing occupational health and safety laws.
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