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Mental Health Problems During COVID-19 and Attitudes Toward Digital Therapeutics

Kwon M, Jung YC, Lee D, Ahn J

Objective We aimed to elucidate public mental health problems and associated factors during the coronavirus disease-2019 (COVID-19). Furthermore, we evaluated people’s attitudes toward digital therapeutics during the pandemic. Methods Data was...
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Financial Hardship, Depression, and Self-Esteem: Temporal Analysis Using a Korean Panel Study

Choi M, Lee EH, Sempungu JK, Lee YH

Objective Financial hardship influences depression risk, however, the pathway of the effect of financial hardship on depression and the role of self-esteem remain unclear. This study examined whether changes in...
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Impact of Hearing Aid Usage on Emotional and Social Skills in Persons With Severe to Profound Hearing Loss

Yadav AK, Ahsan A, Kumar V

Background and Objectives: Severe to profound hearing loss impacts the capacity for verbal communication as well as the social, emotional, and overall quality of life; however, the association between socio-emotional...
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Influence of Biogenetic Explanations of Mental Disorders on Stigma and Help-Seeking Behavior: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Baek CH, Kim HJ, Park HY, Seo HY, Yoo H, Park JE

Background: Biogenetic causal explanations of mental disorders are commonly used for public education and campaigns. However, the influence of biogenetic explanations on the ideas about and attitudes toward mental illness...
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Deterioration of Mental Health in Children and Adolescents During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Jo E, Seo K, Nam B, Shin D, Kim S, Jeong Y, Kim A, Kim Y

This paper reviews the global effect of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on the mental health of children and adolescents in South Korea, the U.S., Japan, and China. We...
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Promoting Mental Health Literacy at Schools in South Korea

Choi J

The onset of many lifelong mental illnesses is during childhood and adolescence. There has been an increase in these conditions among children and adolescents especially, during the COVID-19 pandemic. It...
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Introduction of Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in Korea and Their Role During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Focusing on the Ministry of Education Policy

Kim SJ, Lee J

This study aimed to discuss mental health services for children and adolescents that are being implemented as initiatives of the Korean government and to review the functions and roles of...
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A Study on the Effects of Supported Independent Housing for the Persons with Mental Disabilities

Kim HJ, Oh HY, Baek SH

Background: This study is a 1-year follow-up study for mentally disabled people who started living independently. The purpose of this study is to confirm the performance of the supported independent...
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Prevalence, Risk Factors, and Psychological Effects of Overactive Bladder in Chinese University Students

Liang Y, Si GW, Hu HJ, Zhang ZW, Song CP, Dou QF, Wen JG

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the prevalence and risk factors of overactive bladder (OAB) in young adults and to explore the influence of OAB on mental...
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Psychometric Properties of the Mental Health Continuum-Short Form (MHC-SF): A Study With Individuals With Schizophrenia Living in the Community

Lim YJ

Objective The Mental Health Continuum-Short Form (MHC-SF) is widely used to measure positive mental health. This study is the first to examine the psychometric properties of the MHC-SF in persons...
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Factors Associated with Depressive Symptoms among Korean Adults during the COVID-19: Based on the 2019–2020 Korea Welfare Panel Study

Ryu DH, Kim HR, Lee CW, Lee J, Jeong Yj, Kim HS

Background: This study aimed to analyze factors related to depressive symptoms among Korean adults during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic era. Methods: Data from the Korea Welfare Panel Study 2019...
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Roles and Effects of Peer Recovery Coach Intervention in the Field of Substance Abuse: An Integrative Literature Review

Kang KI, Kang CM

Purpose: There are ongoing public initiatives to help substance abusers by involving peer recovery coaches (PRCs) in the field of substance abuse worldwide. This study examines the contents and delivery...
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Synthesis of Evidence to Support EMS Personnel's Mental Health During Disease Outbreaks: A Scoping Review

Du BB, Rezvani S, Bigelow P, Nowrouzi-Kia B, Boscart VM, Yung M, Yazdani A

Emergency medical services (EMS) personnel are at high risk for adverse mental health outcomes during disease outbreaks. To support the development of evidence-informed mitigation strategies, we conducted a scoping review...
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Healthcare Workers' Mental Health in Pandemic Times: The Predict Role of Psychosocial Risks

Barros C, Baylina P, Fernandes R, Ramalho S, Arezes P

Background Healthcare workers perform an emotionally exhausting daily work activity, making them prone to occupational hazards, namely psychosocial ones. This study aims to assess the impact of psychosocial risk factors on...
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Difference in Cognitive Performance in Virtual Reality– Assisted Mental Health Promotion Program According to Groups Clustered Based on Mental Health

Lim HJ, Kim K, Moon E, Kim DR, Park JH, Shin MJ, Lee YH

Background: Several studies support the effectiveness and tolerability of virtual reality (VR) interventions in the psychiatric field. This study aimed to examine changes of cognitive performance in VR-assisted mental health...
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A Preliminary Study for the Development of Data-Driven Screening Tool for Mental Health Using Self-Report Questionnaires Reflecting General Functional Status

Choi W, Hwang WJ, Kim H, Kim M, Kwon JS

Objectives Mental health is not only closely related to daily functioning but also affects adaptability to issues in life. To date, however, there have been no simple and widely available...
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The Mental Health of Hospital Workers During the Initial Phase and Third Wave of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Exploring Risk and Protective Factors in the Prolonged Pandemic

Choi H, Lee W, You M, Chang JG, Hong M, Kim HS, Lee SY

Objective : Hospital workers’ mental health has deteriorated because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The purpose of this study was to investigate the impact of the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic on...
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Medical Students’ Perceived Changes in Life, Mental Health Problems, and Strategies for Coping with Stress during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Kim HW, Yeo S, An S

This study aimed to examine the influence of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic on areas of Korean medical students’ lives, assess concerns, and investigate the strategies they used to...
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A Comprehensive Framework and Approaches for Enhancing Mental Health in Medical Students

Kim MK, Kim HW

Research suggests that medical students frequently experience mental health problems such as stress, burnout, and depression, which may, in turn, affect suicidal ideation and behaviors. Since mental health problems profoundly...
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Comparative Analysis of Health Patterns and Gaps due to Environmental Influences in South Korea and North Korea, 2000–2017

Bang Y, Oh J, Kim EM, Lee JH, Kang M, Kim M, Kim SH, Han JJ, Kim HS, Kwon O, Ha H, Kim HHs, Chung HW, Kim E, Kim YJ, Kim Y, Kang Y, Ha E

Objectives: To conduct a comparative study of children’s health in South Korea versus North Korea focusing on air pollution. Methods: We used annual mortality rate, prevalence, and environmental indicators data from the World...
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