Science Journal of Public Health

Volume 10, Issue 6, November 2022

  • Resignation Experiences of Working as Chinese New Nurses in Tertiary Hospitals: A Qualitative Study

    Jingjing Xing, Yunxian Zhou

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6, December 2022
    Pages: 242-248
    Received: Oct. 06, 2022
    Accepted: Nov. 02, 2022
    Published: Nov. 11, 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.sjph.20221006.11
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    Abstract: To summarize the benefits of new nurses after resignation, and explore how to manage the resignation of new nurses, so as to stabilize the new nurses. Using a descriptive qualitative research design, a purposive sampling approach was implemented to recruit new nurses who had departed from their nursing jobs within 1 year from tertiary hospitals in ... Show More
  • Development, Approaches, and Functions of Public Health in Ethiopia

    Yohannes Mekuria Negussie

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6, November 2022
    Pages: 249-251
    Received: Nov. 01, 2022
    Accepted: Dec. 08, 2022
    Published: Dec. 27, 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.sjph.20221006.12
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    Abstract: As public health, functions are designed with the public good in mind. It is a difficult endeavor that is influenced by a wide range of policies from various sectors. Before the end of the nineteenth century, Ethiopia had little knowledge of current healthcare methods. Ethiopians began getting rudimentary public health services in the late nineteen... Show More
  • A Retrospective Study: Cholera in Baghdad 2015

    Haitham Noaman Al-Koubaisy, Celine Tabche, Salman Rawaf

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 6, November 2022
    Pages: 252-255
    Received: Jul. 15, 2022
    Accepted: Jul. 29, 2022
    Published: Dec. 29, 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.sjph.20221006.13
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    Abstract: From June to December 2015, Iraq's capital city, Baghdad, suffered a cholera epidemic. Al-Yarmouk Teaching Hospital (AYTH) is the second main hospital in Baghdad City, located close to the epidemic epicentre and recorded events as they unfolded. A retrospective audit of hospital records was done in this study. Clinical and sociodemographic data wer... Show More