Ibrahim Demirer

Ibrahim Demirer
University of Cologne | UOC · Department of Medical Sociology

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Objectives: Aims of this study were to analyze the association of working poverty with mental and physical health-related quality of life and to explain these associations by behavior-related factors (heavy drinking, smoking status, body mass index), socioeconomic insecurity (deprivation in living standards, economic worries), and mental working co...
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Background One measure to quantify the degree of dysregulation is allostatic load (AL). Typically, AL incorporates information on diverse biomarkers and is associated with health outcomes such as cardiovascular diseases or the incidence of coronary events (C-E). Aims This study investigates the predictive performance of different AL scoring methods...
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The relationship between nurse staffing, physical outcomes of residents, as well as quality of care receives major attention. The impact of staffing levels on residents’ ability to organize their everyday life and maintain social contacts, however, has not been analyzed to date. This study examines whether a relationship between the staff-to-reside...
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Background The health care innovation “MamBo – people with multimorbidity in outpatient care: patient-focused and needs-oriented healthcare management” aims to improve the efficiency and quality of care for multimorbid patients by delegating tasks (e.g. taking over house calls or coordinating specialist appointments) to a monitoring and coordinatio...
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Background The COVID-19 pandemic significantly changed the work of general practitioners (GPs). At the onset of the pandemic in March 2020, German outpatient practices had to adapt quickly. Pandemic preparedness (PP) of GPs may play a vital role in their management of a pandemic. Objectives The study aimed to examine the association in the stock o...
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Neue Versorgungsformen bedürfen vor Einführung in die Regelversorgung einer vorhergehenden Wirksamkeitsprüfung. Die häufig praktizierten Evaluationsansätze werden dem komplexen Kontext der neuen Versorgungsformen jedoch selten gerecht und entsprechend ist die Übertragbarkeit der Ergebnisse der Wirksamkeitsprüfung limitiert. Wir zeigen exemplarisch...
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The purpose of this paper is to investigate the role of positive affect in the association between multimorbidity and depressive symptoms. We used four consecutive waves (2008-2017) from the of the nationally representative German Ageing Survey (DEAS). We applied the mediational g-formula with inverse-probability weighting techniques and we also...
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This study provides insights into the longitudinal relation between multimorbidity, mental wellbeing, and social support. The analysis used the German Sociomedical Panel of Employees, a study of the German working population aged 40 to 54. In the context of multimorbidity, this population has been little studied. Multimorbidity is significantly ass...
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Background The health care innovation "MamBo – people with multimorbidity in outpatient care: patient-focused and needs-oriented healthcare management” aims to improve the efficiency and quality of care for multimorbid patients by delegating tasks (e.g. taking over house calls or coordinating specialist appointments) to a monitoring and coordinatio...
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Using data from the National Longitudinal Study of Youth, this article investigates whether gender differences in children’s math, reading and behavior problems vary across mothers’ education and family structure. Drawing on the framework of intersectionality, we expect that boys growing up with less educated mothers and in single-parent families m...
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Background: With demographic change, the number of noncommunicable diseases, chronic diseases and multimorbidity is increasing, and so is the demand for health services. This represents a further challenge for the healthcare system. An adequate and efficient treatment of multimorbid patients requires a well-structured, informed and cross-indicated...

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