Paul Jenkins

Paul Jenkins
Bassett Healthcare Network · Research

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Introduction: Specialized occupational injury surveillance systems are filling the gap in the undercount of work-related injuries in industries such as agriculture and forestry. To ensure data quality and maximize efficiency in the operation of a regional occupational injury surveillance system, the need for continued dual coding of occupational i...
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Background : There are limited comparative immunologic durability data post-COVID-19 vaccinations. Methods : Approximately 8.4 months post-primary COVID-19 vaccination, 647 healthcare workers completed surveys about COVID-19 vaccinations/infections and blood draws. Groups included vaccination with mRNA-1273 (n=387); BNT162b2 (n=212); or Ad26.COV2....
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Objectives To assess the efficacy and safety of losartan for COVID-19 patients. Methods COVIDMED was a double-blinded, placebo-controlled platform RCT. Enrollees were randomized to standard care plus hydroxychloroquine, lopinavir/ritonavir, losartan, or placebo. Hydroxychloroquine and lopinavir/ritonavir arms were discontinued early. We report los...
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Background: Outdoor workers, such as forestry workers, are at an increased risk for contracting tick-borne diseases due to their prolonged time spent in tick habitats. Although well studied in Europe, no studies have been conducted with forestry workers in the Northeastern United States since 1990s. Methods: Full-time forestry workers and two co...
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Objective: This research reports on the health status, including chronic disease risk factors, among Maine loggers. Methods: Loggers completed a survey and health screenings were held across Maine, collecting data on a variety of health endpoints. Results: Seventy-five loggers participated. The majority were men (97.1%) with a median age of 46...
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Purpose Current injury surveillance efforts in agriculture are considerably hampered by the limited quantity of occupation or industry data in current health records. This has impeded efforts to develop more accurate injury burden estimates and has negatively impacted the prioritization of workplace health and safety in state and federal public hea...
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The occupational injury rate of the dairy industry (6.6 per 100 full-time workers) is twice that of the national average across all industries (3.3 per 100 full-time workers). While dairy farms are becoming larger in size and fewer in number, this rate has not changed. A scoping review was conducted to identify published reports of occupational saf...

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