Monday, October 25, 2021

International Scientific Group Of Applied Preventive Medicine I - Gap Vienna, Austria


On october 6th, 2021 the editor – in – chief of our journal left us after an illness at the age of 84, Peter G. Fedor-Freybergh, MD, D.Phil, PhD, DSc, Dr.h.c. mult. *12.11.1936 +6.10.2021

 

 

About Current Issue:

Overload and Burn out Syndrome in Social and Healthcare Workers and their Clients

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Highlights:

 

CSW no. 3, vol. 12, 2021


 

 

Guest Editorial

 

 

 

 

We shall Start Health Intervention against Collateral Effect of Pandemic to Metabolic, Cardiovascular and Mental Health in Migrants, Children and Caregivers  (Editorial) 

DOI:10.22359/cswhi_12_3_20

From the guest Editors

This current issue of No 3 of Clinical Social work and Health Intervention vol. 12, is the first one after two covid HIV and other pandemic consequences (1), not to ignore collateral effect of those two largest viral epidemics in recent  years. The articles focus within a group of German authors the need for emergency health and social worker intervention in catastrophes during pandemics, earthquakes and other special events affecting not only victims but also health care staff (Merkt et al, Fritzsch et al). Zacharova et al (2) discuss collateral effects of migrant and pandemic stress events, on rescue and nursing staff in Germany and Masan et al. on late consequences for mental health as well).

Kiann et al.and Merkt et al. emphasize not to forget dental and diabetes health as drivers  of cardiovascular mortality largely ignored within last 2 years (Manoranjan et al. & Minarik et al.). Four German-Swiss group of authors: Osman et al., Wahl et al. and Changee et al. and Niemuth et al. focus on the important roles of pharmacies especially when first line e.g. general practitioners are overwhelmed with covid 19 (EU USA) or HIV (Sub-Saharan Africa) patients.

Apart from mental dental and cardiovascular health, please we shall not forgot female (mothers) children (families) heavily affected with pandemic related poverty such as  in wake-up-call articles submitted and published with groups from Pakistan, Saudi Arabia but also the  EU (Wahab el al,, Abdalllahi et al., Minarovicova & Popovicova et al.) (2).

We shall not ignore those health care interventions also to pharmacists, dental specialists, MD, rescuers and nurses, because they all have served within last 2 years, with collateral effects of Covid and HIV to mental, cardiovascular, endocrine and dental health which may destroy access to health care to vulnerable groups of women, children, refugees and exhausted health care providers of social rescue health and nursing services worldwide.

Roberto Cauda1

Zlata Ondrusova2,3

Paul Tomanek2,4

Maria Hardy2

1Sacred Heart University Hospital Gemelli, It of tropical and Infections Disease, Rome, Italy

2Misericordia Dei and st Sarah Inst Zilina, Banská Bystrica St. Elizabeth University  and Dept of Tropical Disease, Slovak Medicine University, Bratislava, Slovakia

3Institute of Health and Social work, SEUC  Backi Petrovac, Republic of Serbia

4Dept of Social work, Mental health Diaconaess programmeArchdiocese of  Vienna, Austria

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