Monday, December 5, 2022

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


About Current Issue:

“Social Pathology after Pandemia & Armed Conflicts: Abuse, Depression & other Psychosocial Disorders Importancy of legal Support to continue Vaccination

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Highlights:

 

CSW no. 6, vol. 13, 2022


 

Guest Editorial

 

Social Pathology after Pandemia & Armed Conflicts: Abuse, Depression & other Psychosocial Disorders Importancy of legal Support to continue Vaccination (Editorial)

DOI: 10.22359/cswhi_13_6_01

The current issue of Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention (6. 2002) is extraordinary, not only in topic but also in timing. (2.11) It also, reflects the topics of pandemics and covid, 2 major catastrophes, similar to that which emerged from Nos 1 and 2, as immediate reaction to 2 years of COVID epidemics augmented by at least 4 mino (Karabakh, Afghanistan, Yemen, Myanmar) and 1 major armed conflict in Ukraine. What is the impact of 2 catastrophes (which are simultaneous) to individual and community health not only on affected countries, but worldwide? At least 2 papers (M. Popovicova and J. Polonova) warrant on alcohol, tobacco and other substance misuse as a compensation of Post-trauma stress syndrome, and post-COVID psychosocial disorders and related social pathologies accompanied by depression directly from the UA, SK border and other borders overwhelmed with migrants of war; another 3 from the Federal Republic of Germany and Poland (R. Gottschalk, Al Trad, E.Z. Jarmoch et al.) again as well as Dixon and Shaum from the US focus on depression, anxiety and potentiation of those 2 syndromes called also (deadly synergy) (l-IO).

Another 4 papers are more optimistic, showing legal responses of major EU and US courts, unequivocally calling for respect for humans rights; putting the right to health protection and public health interests; upgrading them in front of other HR issues (Sikuta et al., Costello, Abdulaziz Naji, Shahum et al.), Brussels, EU and Saudi experience show that law in alll 3 systems – constitutional, custom, Islamic and Christian values are concerning law protection not only on one ,, rail,, but also to one direction, protection of public and
individual health.(4-9).

The last paper on electromagnetic field and its risk for various diseases including cancer,
looks appropriate more to the issue no. 4 or 5 of previous CSW. However, there is no better time to open the question on the possibility to use chemical, nuclear and other mass destruction measures, that current war in Eastern Europe. We hope, that the next issue will have no papers related to individual or public health measurements against nuclear or biological/chemical weapons, and will be better oriented, for example, for countries – after war related destruction of health management; staff shortage due to life losses; health
services rehabilitation; reconstruction of the healthcare systems and infrastructure; medication and vaccine supplies; education of the next HCW and other health and medical staff. Hopefully…

Maria Hardy
SEUC Institute of Divine Mercy Zilina, Slovakia
Ladislav Roman
SEUC Institute of Divine Mercy Zilina, Slovakia
Daniel J. West, Jr.
University of Scranton Panuska School of Professional Studies, Dept of Health
Steven J. Szydlowski
University of Scranton Panuska School of Professional Studies, Dept of Health
Michael Olah
IGAP (International Society of Applied Preventive Midicine i-gap)

 

References:

1. Maria Popovicova,Jana Sulcova, Richard Barta in:Alcoholism – Epidemic of the Current Times after COVID-19 Pandemic (Letter to the Editor), Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention, No.6, Vol 13, 2022.
2. Andrea Shahum, Catherine Mulama, Peter Vasko, Thomas Rusnak, Igor Kmit, Monika Gulasova, Marek Stachon, Daniela Giertliova, Marian Karvaj, Miroslava Bednarikova, Daniela Barkasi, Daniela Hennel, Marian Bakos, Eva Haluskova, Pavel Bryndzak, Bozena Igliarova, Marketa Vladarova, Anna Paulovicova, Emilia Vrankova, Frantisek Radi, Monika Katunska, Veronika Buc, Helena Konosova, Ladislav Roman, Tibor Roman, Jozef Bozik, Richard Barta, David Morton in: Deadly Synergy: between Postcovid & Posttrauma Stress Syndrome in Areas of Armed Conflicts in COVID-I9 Era (Note), Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention, No.6, Vol 13, 2022.
3. Rammiya Gottschalk,AlexandraAl Trad in: Depression not only due to Post COVID-19 Syndrome: Happiness Diary & Mental Health, Clinical Social Work and Health Intervention, No.6, Vol 13, 2022.
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and Health Intervention, No.6, Vol 13, 2022.
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