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By the sweat of their brow? The effects of starting work again after pension age on life satisfaction in Germany and the United Kingdom
In recent years, the employment rates of people of pension age have increased considerably. However, longitudinal evidence on the effects of this employment on wellbeing which might contribute to an evaluation of this ...
Family care-giving and living arrangements of functionally impaired elders in rural China
China has seen a rapid decline of the traditional multi-generational household and an increase in rural-to-urban migration, raising concerns about a possible breakdown of the informal support system. Against this background, ...
Ethnografische Perspektiven auf Genesungsbegleitung
Die eigene Erfahrung zum Beruf machen. Genesungsbegleiter*innen sind Psychiatrie-Erfahrene oder deren Angehörige, die in der psychiatrischen Versorgung professionell tätig werden. Aber wie lässt sich überhaupt eine spezifische ...
Causal attribution for mental illness in Cuba: A thematic analysis
Explanatory models (EMs) for illness are highly relevant for patients, and they are also important for clinical diagnoses and treatment. EMs serve to capture patients' personal illness narratives and can help reveal how ...
Socioeconomic position and SARS-CoV-2 infections: seroepidemiological findings from a German nationwide dynamic cohort
Background: Evidence on the relationship between socioeconomic position (SEP) and infections with SARS-CoV-2 is still limited as most of the available studies are ecological in nature. This is the first German nationwide ...
The Operationalisation of Sex and Gender in Quantitative Health–Related Research: A Scoping Review
Current trends in quantitative health research have highlighted the inadequacy of the usual operationalisation of sex and gender, resulting in a growing demand for more nuanced options. This scoping review provides an ...