Neil Morte

United States Georgia Southern University

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Commented on Promoting and hindering factors in the use of advance statements by Australian mental health clinicians
We see the challenges of mental health care and addressing barriers such as advance statements is so important for clinicians to have the autonomy for recommendations. I am curious if these issues arise in other jurisdictions?

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Commented on Suicidal Ideation Disparities Among Transgender and Gender Diverse Compared to Cisgender Community Health Patients
Such important research and the findings will be invaluable to how we can better assist the transgender and gender diverse communities.

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Commented on P822 The negative impact of mental health comorbidity in children and young adults with inflammatory bowel disease: a UK population-based cohort study
Great use of the retrospective design. This is important with so many conditions and its impact on mental health. This is a way to see how it can be addressed.

Article

Commented on Ethnic inequality and public health
Closing the gap and hopefully eliminating the disparities, inequality, and inequity. This goes to show how policy is important to address this in regions where public health needs improvement.

Article

Commented on Vaccination Mandates—An Old Public Health Tool Faces New Challenges
Tough area and time. Attitudes and social media, misinformation, have made this difficult as it is a way for research to be done through mandates increasing uptake. It is being able to show the effectiveness this way, but it is as challenging as it can be to have mandates the way some may respond to it.

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Commented on Utilization of health data and associated factors among department heads in public health facilities in Eastern Ethiopia: A cross-sectional study in Harari region
There can be capacity issues and if there can be external assistance in which to increase use and show benefit of the health information leading to those factors associated with utilization.

Article

Commented on Neurotoxic effects of air pollution: an urgent public health concern
Great study as it is similar to other chronic or latent conditions where outcomes may not show for a long time.

Funding

Commented on MSCA-COFUND Doctoral Fellowships, "BIOTIN" Open Call Announcements - Academic Year 2023-2024 (Deadline and Eligibility Criteria Updated)
Here is the site for applicants: https://biotinhub.com/en/for-applications Due January 10, 2024

Journal

Commented on HEALTH EDUCATION & BEHAVIOR
Here is the website for submission: https://us.sagepub.com/en-us/nam/journal-author-gateway?utm_source=journals.sagepub.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=journalauthorgateway&utm_content=header&_gl=1%2A10o6ad2%2A_ga%2AMjA4MDA2MTMyNy4xNjE0MjUxMjMz%2A_ga_60R758KFDG%2AMTYyMjEwMzg3MC45MC4wLjE2MjIxMDQwNTAuMA.. It looks like a general submission link to Sage Journals. impact factor is 4.2 compared to the Citescore 7.2

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Commented on Customizable Health Literacy Appropriate Patient Education Materials: The Impact on Patient Satisfaction
The types of materials and how it is explained in layperson language can be beneficial and that could potentially make some difference in satisfaction.

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Commented on Curricular Integration of Virtual Reality in Nursing Education
Can be a great supplemental and reflecting upon real life scenarios in nursing

Article

Commented on Feasibility of a Remote-based Nutrition Education and Culinary Skills Program for Young Adults With Autism Spectrum Disorder
This is really great and widening the net will give more evidence to feasibility.

Poster

Commented on Parenting Centrality in Emerging Adulthood
With the curves, there is this linear approach to life where the older people get, the parenting centrality grows and may shift as the children grow older and become independent. Very interesting study!

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Commented on Reducing milking frequency from 3 to 2 times daily in early lactation: effects on milk production, health and body condition
what can be follow-up research to this not confirming the hypothesis?