Impact on Public Health and Healthcare
Batra, Kavita (editor)
Sharma, Manoj (editor)
This compendium describes the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on all aspects of people lives. Data presented in this collection will be useful to understand the disruption in healthcare, learning, and socio-economic aspects amidst the pandemic. The sooner we begin to understand the impact, the better placed we will be to address the unmet needs of vulnerable population groups.
KeywordsCOVID-19; novel coronavirus; social lockdown; protection motivation theory; health behavior; health communication; pregnant woman; coronavirus; infectious disease transmission; vertical transmission; obstetric management; SARS-CoV-2; systematic review; computerized tomography; pneumonia; risk factors; echocardiography; healthcare; mental health; Impact of event scale; negative attitude; Saudi Arabian females; health services; cost; manual therapy; chiropractic; osteopathy; physiotherapy; direct RT-PCR; molecular detection; dental care; dental health services; dental visits; dental service use; postponed dental visits; check-up; dental examination; pain; dental complaints; oral health; Saudi Arabia; blood donors; seroprevalence; ELISA; antibodies; lockdown; multi-theory model; behavior change; pandemic; handwashing; young adults; college students; protective behavior changes; individual; family; environmental factor; COVID-19 spreading; online survey; awareness and knowledge; ships; seafarers; SARS-COV-2; anxiety; depression; stress; suicidal ideation; students; time-series; ARIMA; forecasting; confirmed cases; infectious disease; international cruises; health policy and regulation; control strategies; international cooperation; global health governance; ICF; healthcare services; interprofessional education; medical students; pharmacy students; telehealth; older adults; artificial intelligence; machine learning; bibliometric analysis; health; novel design; fabrication; automated dispenser; LDR based controller; reduction of COVID-19 spread; psychological symptom; college student; avoidance of infection; social distancing; free tickets for the aged; subway use demand; e-learning; youth and children health; visual health; myopia; routine care; global pandemic; role conflict; role ambiguity; social support; dental precautions; dental students; India; infection control; knowledge; perception; survey; face masks; young people; behaviors; dentist; infection control practices; concerns; dental practice; social isolation; social connectedness; loneliness; technology; internet; smartphones; m-health; severe acute respiratory syndrome; post-graduate year training; self-efficacy; emotional traits; Coronavirus; prevention; community; public health nurse; telephone consultation; vaccine literacy; Japan; family carers for older adults; sustainable ageing society; health communications; mass media; HCWs; personality traits; intolerance of uncertainty; coping strategies; perceived stress; resilience; migration; refugees; fear; modeling; data analysis; assessment; effectiveness; incidence rate; restriction; epidemic pattern; exponential growth; basic reproduction number (R0); spatio-temporal analysis; demographic risk factor; observational study; public health; Southeast Asia (SEA); vaccination rate; basic reproduction number; SARS-CoV; African American; COVID-19 vaccine; vaccine hesitancy; vaccine hesitant; text classification; SARS-CoV-2 infection; survival rate; hospitalized patients; Hidalgo Mexico; multimorbidity; vaccination; level 1 trauma; health care workers; information source trust; COVID-19 stressor; global south
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Publication date and placeBasel, 2022