Continuing education health disparities of coal miners and coal mining communities the role of occupational health nurses byelisa p. apostle, bsn, rn, marykate e. oconnell, bsn, rn, andtoni m. vezeau, phd, rnc abstract this article investigates how the health disparities of appalachian coal miners and coal mining communities could be.
An epi demiological approach is presented to the unique health effects experienced by appalachian coal miners and coal mining communities within the context of existent socioeconomic disparities.the long-standinghealth crisis in appalachian coal mining communities requires a multidisciplinary approach led by occupational health nurses.
Jun 04, 2021 this is particularly true in sub-saharan africa, where about a third of the remaining global mineral resources are endowed and health-related indicators for sustainable development are lagging behind. in this multi-country qualitative study, we explore community perceptions regarding impacts of industrial mining on their health and well-being.
Apr 21, 2011 reproductive health and quality of life was low among indian women in mining communities. higher age groups, better economic status, higher age at menarche, fewer number of children, absence of long-term illness, reproductive illness and domestic violence were important determinants of reproductive health and quality of life among these women in mining communities.
Higher age groups, better economic status, higher age at menarche, fewer number of children, absence of long-term illness, reproductive illness and domestic violence were important determinants of reproductive health and quality of life among these women in mining communities. conclusion: the findings suggest that physical, psychological, sexual, family, socio-economic, energy level and cognitive domains of reproductive health mining.Jan 17, 2019 making sense of the social determinants of health. rishi manchanda, md, mph, founder and president of healthbegins, is passionate about health care’s role in addressing the social and environmental factors that influence health. in the following interview, he links that role with pursuit of the triple aim and joy in work.
Apr 26, 2017 more than a century of hard rock mining has left a legacy of 160,000 abandoned mines in the western usa that are home to the majority of native american lands. this article describes how abrogation of treaty rights, ineffective policies, lack of infrastructure, and a lack of research in native communities converge to create chronic exposure, ill-defined risks, and tribal health concerns.May 14, 2020 the agc position –target artisanal gold mining communities for maximum impact: health-in gold-out higo. the artisanal gold council believes that there is an argument for prioritizing asgm communities, one based on maximizing impact.artisanal mining communities make excellent intervention targets. gold supply chains can deliver wealth and support disease prevention, and do mining.2.2 characteristics of artisanal and small-scale gold mining communities mining environment and on environmental determinants of health. sections 5 and 6 describe materials available to support training and awareness-raising activities among health-care providers, and concludes with a mining.
T1 - determinants of reproductive health and related quality of life among indian women in mining communities. au - dsouza, melba sheila. au - somayaji, ganesha. au - subrahmanya nairy, karkada. py - 2011/9. y1 - 2011/9. n2 - aim.
The mining industry, the release of metalliferous dusts into the environment remains a human health issue, especially in re-gions with poorly developed regulatory systems and where historic mining has left a significant legacy of exposed metal-liferous mine wastes. the recovery of economically valuable.
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