Neil Morte

United States Georgia Southern University

Poster

Commented on AI-enabled proactive mHealth with automated decision-making
This is very interesting! The aspect of personalization is so beneficial and if this can be a way to be more cost effective and people can be proactive in their health as well through mHealth.

Funding

Commented on Advancing Violence Epidemiology in Real-Time (AVERT)
Deadline April 11, 2023 https://www.federalgrants.com/Advancing-Violence-Epidemiology-in-Real-Time-AVERT-93715.html

Article

Commented on Antibiogram and Antimicrobial Stewardship Program: Fighting Global Antimicrobial Resistance and Rationalizing the Antibiotic Treatment
More education and guidance are needed to improve antimicrobial use and prevent resistance. Evidence-based decision-making is important, especially for severe infections. "Antimicrobial-resistant bacteria are a growing burden on human health and a significant economic liability because of the harm they represent to public health. The reckless use of antibiotics and the subsequent trajectory of global health catastrophe it has set is generally recognized as a contributing cause to the fast emergence of antimicrobial resistance."

Article

Commented on Long COVID: major findings, mechanisms and recommendations
We continue to learn about the lingering effects of severe COVID cases. Increase in the risk of other medical conditions. "Future studies must account for biases and SARS-CoV-2 testing issues, build on viral-onset research, be inclusive of marginalized populations and meaningfully engage patients throughout the research process." "a significant proportion of individuals with long COVID may have lifelong disabilities if no action is taken."

Journal

Commented on Games for Health Journal
Here is the link for journal: https://home.liebertpub.com/publications/games-for-health-journal/588/overview Was not available above. Games for Health Journal is the first peer-reviewed journal dedicated to advancing the impact of game research, technologies, and applications on human health and well-being. This ground-breaking publication delivers original research that directly impacts this emerging, widely-recognized, and increasingly adopted area of healthcare." Impact Factor: 4.070 Initial decision 37 days on average Types and guidelines: https://home.liebertpub.com/publications/games-for-health-journal/588/for-authors

Journal

Commented on JMIR Public Health and Surveillance
Impact factor is shown as 14.56. Different numbers for other JMIR publications. Peer review shows a fast track option within 20 days for a decision with at least 2 peer reviewers: https://publichealth.jmir.org/author-information/peer-review-process

Article

Commented on Seismic Soundoff: The necessity and benefits of mentorship
Mentoring365 matches students and early career professionals with experts in the Earth and space sciences. This was based on an interview with Andre Geary, Cara Hunter, and Teresa Santana. "They also elaborate on the two-way aspect of mentorship and how any professional can build their network. The conversation concludes with a reflection on how mentorship has influenced their careers and the value of engaging as a mentor."

Funding

Commented on Public Health Intervention Responsive Studies Teams (PHIRST)
Most recent application will be due April 25, 2023: https://www.nihr.ac.uk/funding/public-health-intervention-responsive-studies-teams-phirst/32520 Document for what is required: https://www.nihr.ac.uk/documents/call-for-expressions-of-interest-public-health-intervention-responsive-studies-teams-phirst-specification-document/32395

Funding

Commented on Enhancing Global Health Security: Strengthening Public Health Surveillance Systems and Preparedness Globally
Last updated in 2021: https://www.federalgrants.com/Enhancing-Global-Health-Security-Strengthening-Public-Health-Surveillance-Systems-and-Preparedness-Globally-83976.html

Journal

Commented on PUBLIC HEALTH REVIEWS
4 call for papers currently: https://www.ssph-journal.org/journals/public-health-reviews/call-for-papers Submission link: https://www.ssph-journal.org/journals/public-health-reviews/for-authors

Journal

Commented on EPIDEMIOLOGIC REVIEWS
5-Year impact factor is 10.1 Impact factor is 4.28 The theme of the 2024 issue (volume 46) will be Burnout Among Health-Care Providers. https://academic.oup.com/epirev

Article

Commented on Dose-Response Meta-Analysis on Tooth Loss With the Risk of Cognitive Impairment and Dementia
Makes sense, even with the amount of teeth lost is associated, could it be due to the behavior of taking care of teeth impact cognition?

Poster

Commented on Workplace Environment and Burn Out in Public Health Workforce Inspection Services in Greece During Covid 19 Pandemic
Great study and can be generalizable. It seems to demonstrate the efforts in the rural areas. This showed a pretty good response rate. It would be interesting what similarities there are across the globe. Excellent!

Hub

Commented on Infectious Disease
Current CDC Outbreak List: https://www.cdc.gov/outbreaks/index.html

Funding

Commented on Perinatal mental health
Updated funding opportunities: https://www.nihr.ac.uk/researchers/funding-opportunities/?custom_in_type=11665