1029 Articles Matching "survey"

Survey reveals communications goofs—and preferences

Mar 19, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
Calling in sick while looking for work? Just don’t email your boss. While you’re at it, avoid forwarding snotty email chains to the person you’ve been gossiping about. Have you ever sent your CV to your own manager while hunting for another job? Or accidentally confessed to your boss—rather than the intended friend—that you weren’t […] The post Survey reveals communications goofs—and preferences appeared first on Health Care Communication...
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The Robots That Dementia Caregivers Want: Robots For Joy, Robots For Sorrow

Mar 19, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
Caregivers design robots that increase joyful moments and reduce emotional stress Building robots that can help people with dementia has been a longtime goal for roboticists. Yet until now, no one has sought to survey informal caregivers, such as family members, about what characteristics and roles......
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States Raising Smoking Age to Combat Teen Vaping

Mar 16, 2019 , WebMD
Newly released numbers from the 2018 National Youth Tobacco Survey show more than 3.6 million teens used e-cigarettes in 2018. Those numbers include a 78% increase from 2017 in use among high schoolers and a 48% increase among middle...
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Survey: PR moving in-house at many organizations

Mar 16, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
As corporate entities seek to maximize content control and minimize spending, they’re ditching outside guidance. Agencies with niche specializations appear likeliest to survive the trend. Tightening budgets and greater control over content are key reasons why organizations are bringing PR efforts in-house. The trend, documented in the 2019 JOTW Communications Survey (conducted in partnership with Ned […] The post Survey: PR moving in-house at many organizations appeared first on Health...
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Survey: PR moving in-house at many organizations

Mar 15, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
As corporate entities seek to maximize content control and minimize spending, they’re ditching outside guidance. Agencies with niche specializations appear likeliest to survive the...
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Americans drinking more gourmet coffee than ever before: survey

Mar 10, 2019 , Reuters
Americans are consuming more gourmet coffee than ever, but the outlook for future growth may be threatened by increasing economic worries, survey results from the National Coffee Association (NCA) showed on Saturday....
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Study Links E-Cigarettes to Heart Attacks, Heart Disease and Depression

Mar 08, 2019 , CardioSmart
U.S. survey study links e-cigarette use to increased risk for heart problems and a host of other health...
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6 top concerns for corporate communications leaders

Mar 07, 2019 , Healthcare Comm.
Reputation management and working with upper-level executives top the list of nettlesome issues keeping external communicators up at night, according to a new survey. Consider these...
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State Highlights: More States Join Idaho In Serving Up Roadkill Cuisine, Improving Road Safety; Health Care Costs Hit Pennsylvanians Hard, Survey Finds

Mar 07, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
Media outlets report on news from Idaho, Pennsylvania, Florida, Tennessee, Georgia, Hawaii, Connecticut, New Jersey, Ohio, California, Michigan and...
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Americans want lower prescription prices, but not if it means fewer drugs, survey finds

Mar 07, 2019 , CNBC Health
About 90 percent in the poll agree with Trump plans to require drug companies to include list prices in ads and to ease development of generic...
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Survey: 1 in 3 Older Adults Feel Lonely

Mar 05, 2019 , WebMD
One in three  older adults say they lack companionship,  a new poll has found, and the feeling is more likely in people with health...
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Cybercrime & Hackers 'More Devastating' To SMB's Than Fire, Flood & Transit Strike Combined

Feb 27, 2019 , Forbes
The majority of leaders among Small-Medium Businesses (SMBs) across the United States say that a cyberattack could end their business, while others remain unaware of potential disaster according to a new survey. Cybercrime is viewed as more detrimental than fire, flood and transit strike...
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Over Half Of Home Health Care Clinicians Say They Lack Adequate Information From Hospitals

Feb 27, 2019 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
A survey of Colorado home health care clinicians (HHCs) revealed that 60 percent said they had not received enough information to guide patient treatment while 52 percent said patients often had unrealistic expectations of the kind of care they would receive. The study, conducted by researchers at ......
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WHO Plans To Develop International Guidelines For Human Gene Editing After Controversial Work From Chinese Scientist

Feb 22, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
The 18-member committee representing the World Health Organization will meet in March and begin to address calls for standards that scientists could adhere to. News on public health looks at an increase of heart attacks among young women; child flu deaths; a teen survey on mental health; sleep deprivation and health; a shortage of female surgeons; and HIV in rural...
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Survey: Consumers open to digital psychotherapy treatment, but lean toward in-person care

Feb 21, 2019 (Dave Muoio), Mobile Health News
Cost was highlighted as a major barrier to in-person care, while efficacy, access and confidentiality were cited as arguments against...
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Ambivalence Over Motherhood Could Reshape Practices Around Family Planning

Feb 16, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
New data from a CDC survey finds that in up to 19 percent of pregnancies, women are unsure if they want to be pregnant, a state of mind doctors need to be in tune with when counseling them, researchers say. Public health news looks at AIDS death rates in the South; depression's harmful role in aging brains; looking for treatments in moss piglets and a reason to get off the couch this weekend, as...
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Tech companies see health data as a huge opportunity, but people don't trust them

Feb 14, 2019 , CNBC Health
A new survey from Rock Health shows that tech companies are less trusted when it comes to sharing...
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Nearly 8 million US Kids Have Mental Issues

Feb 13, 2019 , WebMD
Mental health problems in U.S. children are common, according to a new survey, with about 1 in 6 children of school age affected. The survey asked parents about anxiety, depression and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder or ADHD—because they are the most prevalent and pose the greatest risk for long-term...
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Younger patients more dissatisfied with traditional healthcare

Feb 13, 2019 , Modern Healthcare Breaking News
Millennial and Generation Z consumers are more unhappy than older people with many characteristics of traditional healthcare, such as treatment effectiveness and lack of convenience and responsiveness, a new survey...
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Popularity Of E-Cigarettes Has Wiped Out Any Progress Made In Recent Years To Decrease Youth Tobacco Use

Feb 13, 2019 , Kaiser Health News
The rise in vaping was the single biggest jump in teen use of a tobacco product since the beginning of the survey in 1999, a new study finds....
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