Margot de Battista's research while affiliated with Université de Nîmes and other places

Publications (2)

Article
In France, the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing lockdown measures have created unprecedented circumstances that increase stress and anxiety, thus leading individuals experiencing home confinement to adopt various coping strategies that contribute to building resilience. Given the novelty and recency of the COVID-19 lockdown, factors of coping and resi...
Article
Falls can have multiple detrimental consequences in the elderly, and this is particularly relevant for women. To prevent the risk of falling, intervention programmes based on physical exercises focusing on balance appear to be the most efficient, which explains the multiplication of this type of action at the local level. However, these actions are...

Citations

... Economic disparities are especially likely to result not only in distinct transmission and infection risks among hosts, but also in variable public health attention and responses [9,17,34,38,57,88,122]. The lack of pharmaceutical interventions, and the heavy reliance on underfunded, or structurally adjusted, public institutions for disease control may exacerbate existing disparities in vulnerability to infection among host populations [4,22,79,120,129]. This is because non-pharmaceutical interventions, ranging from highly targeted case-detection and expansive contact-tracing to population-wide guidelines on physical distancing to lockdowns and economic shutdowns, require both a robust public health infrastructure and high social and economic development to implement successfully [9,33,40,46,48,53,54,71,87,137,141]. ...