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Liubiana Arantes de Araújo; Cássio Frederico Veloso; Matheus de Campos Souza (et al.)
Nina Langer Primdahl; Anne Sofie Borsch; An Verelst (et al.)
Michael B. Cahapay
Shreela V. Sharma; Amier Haidar; Jacqueline Noyola (et al.)
Shreela V. Sharma; Ru-Jye Chuang; Melinda Rushing (et al.)
Sapna Dhiman; Pradeep Kumar Sahu; William R. Reed (et al.)
While COVID-19 outbreak has had adverse psychological effects in children with special needs, the mental state and burden on their caregivers during this pandemic has yet to be reported. The COVID-19 outbreak has had a significant impact on caregiver strain compared to perceived strain before the pandemic. Prevalence of depressive symptoms is high among caregivers of children with special needs. Negative perception of homecare therapy is associated with higher perceived strain and poor mental health. Not using tele-rehabilitation and perception of it being a poor medium for rehabilitation pose greater mental health risks.
Chantal Camden; Mindy Silva
Todd I. Herrenkohl; Debbie Scott; Daryl J. Higgins (et al.)
This commentary aims to examine the crucial role of dissemination and implementation (D&I) science—the study of methods to promote adoption and integration of evidence-based
research in real-world policy or practice—to improve public
health post–COVID-19. D&I science was created for this very situation, in which scientific knowledge is greatly needed but only if it holds practical relevance for the policy, environmental, and organizational systems that advance health. The paper discusses the application of D&I science to rapid evaluations of federal child nutrition assistance programs deployed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sara Anderson; Simon Haeder; Kelli Caseman (et al.)
Suqin Tang; Mi Xiang; Teris Cheung (et al.)
Karmen Toros; Asgeir Falch-Erikse
Javaria Qazi; Khulla Naseer; Atika Qazi (et al.)
Educational institutes around the globe in this 21st century is facing challenges of SARS-CoV-2 Coronavirus infectious disease. They are required to conduct online learning to avoid face to face contact in emergency scenarios such as COVID-19 pandemic and continuing academic year while keeping social distancing. Students need to adapt to new roles of learning through information technology to succeed in academics amid COVID-19. However, access to the impact of access & use of online learning resources, to what extent, these students are satisfied with online learning amid COVID-19 particularly in handling new challenges are critical to explore. Therefore, this paper aims to assess and compare the access & use of online learning of Bruneians and Pakistanis amid enforced lockdown imposed by the governments using a five-items satisfaction scale underlying existing literature.
Derya Adıbelli; Adem Sümen
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