Muhammed Fatih Onsuz's research while affiliated with Eskisehir Osmangazi University and other places

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Background The increase in the use of information and communication technologies around the world brings about developments and changes in the provision of health services. It is accepted that telemedicine applications will facilitate health services for patients and health personnel. This study aimed to evaluate the telemedicine awareness, knowled...
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Background: Seasonal agricultural workers group is one of the most disadvantageous groups of working life in Turkey same as many other countries. We aimed to determine the status of cardiovascular disease risk factors among migrant seasonal agricultural workers (MSAW) and to compare obtained data with local residents. Methods: This study cross-s...
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BACKGROUND Adolescence is a risky stage for internet addiction and social phobia. Internet addiction is a major public health problem, especially among adolescents. OBJECTIVE The study was conducted to determine the frequency of internet addiction and social phobia, to evaluate the relationship between them among high school students in Eskişehir....
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Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the association between the fear of missing out (FoMO) in social media and problematic Internet use in university students and to evaluate the related sociodemographic characteristics. Method: This was a cross-sectional study conducted with university students at Eskisehir Osmangazi University in 20...
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Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the association between the fear of missing out (FoMO) in social media and problematic Internet use in university students and to evaluate the related sociodemographic characteristics. Method: This was a cross-sectional study conducted with university students at Eskisehir Osmangazi University in 20...
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Introduction: Knowledge has an important role in an individual's willingness to donate organs upon death. Knowledge enables clarification of false beliefs, which can increase willingness to consent to organ donation. The purpose of the study was to describe and examine the validity and reliability of the Organ-Tissue Donation and Transplantation K...
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We aimed to develop a valid and reliable questionnaire to measure the knowledge level of adolescents. We performed a comprehensive literature review and chose 49 items for the questionnaire. Totally 11 items were excluded from the questionnaire. Spearman's rank correlation coefficient was used to measure the level of agreement between responses at...
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The aim of the study was to determine the effects of an intervention programme based on the utilisation of the social learning concept which is practised through social networks among adult women in a suburban population in Turkey. The study was performed in two disadvantaged neighbourhoods of Umraniye, Istanbul. One of the neighbourhoods served as...
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Purpose: The aim of the study was to evaluate knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of Turkish women over 20 years old on cervix cancer. Materials and methods: This descriptive study was performed at a primary care center covering 246 women using a questionnaire composed of 3 sections and 38 questions. The data were analyzed using descriptive stati...
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AIM: Aim of the study was to determine medical school students' knowledge levels and attitudes who accomplished Obstetric and Gynecology clerkship in a medical school about HPV vaccination and intention to suggest HPV vaccine to their patients. METHOD: This descriptive study was carried out in a medical school among 166 medical students accomplishi...
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Introduction. Evidences show that effective glycemic control is important in the management of diabetic patients. Our research aims to evaluate the quality of diabetes management and describes related factors with glysemic control in three different hospitals in Istanbul. Methods. The research was descriptive, and conducted in three different pu...
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Introduction. In this research were aimed to assess the cost effectiveness of type 2 diabetes patients glysemic control therapies. Methods. Cost effectiveness analysis, and the study was conducted public, private and university hospitals in Istanbul. 392 type 2 diabetics were included to the study. Drugs, glucometric devices, laboratory tests, outp...
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AIM: The aim of our study was to determine the knowledge of general health insurance of health workers working in the primary health care in Umraniye. METHODS: This descriptive research performed on health workers working in 18 primary health care centers and Province Health Dirocterate in Umraniye, between September-November 2006. Study sample did...
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BACKGROUND: The aim of the study was to determined the knowledge of women who were in reproductive age that were attending to a primary health care center which was having family planning service in Umraniye. METHODS: This descriptive research has been performed at a primary health care center in Umraniye, between 18-20 December 2006. In our study...
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The aim of the study was to observing missed opportunities in vaccination practice and determining to causes of missed opprtunities in two primary health care centers in Istanbul. Study design was descriptive. Study conducted in Umraniye Central Primary Health Care (PHC) unit and Islambey PHC unit. Children who aged between 0-59 months included to...

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... Similar results were seen in a Peruvian sample where most students spent six or more hours in front of a screen (32). Additionally, a Turkish study found out that most university students spent four or more hours/daily on screens (42). These findings can be correlated with the long shifts that clinical students are exposed during the clinical practices, also the academic sessions, the works, presentations, and tests, that are commonly done using electronic platforms. ...
... Although some useful tools have been developed over the years to understand why people decide to donate organs (Bresnahan et al., 2007;Emiral et al., 2017;Parisi & Katz, 1986), few of these have referenced a clear theoretical framework. Rather, attention was focused on single aspects (i.e., spiritual beliefs, knowledge, bodily integrity) and often without a clear theoretical model. ...
... The sample was collected regarding the results of a study titled "Evaluation of Body Mass Index and Related Lifestyle Factors among [14][15][16][17] Year Old Turkish Adolescents" in Üsküdar district with the participation of 1561 vocational high school students (15). The study results showed that vocational high school 9th-grade students (n=417) have a higher risk in terms of body weight status and unhealthy eating habits including meal skipping, snacking, and fast food consumption in previous year. ...
... Training of patients is very important in optimising blood pressure and regular monitoring. 12 The increasing prevalence of hypertension worldwide also increases the importance of treatment as well as providing patients with self-management skills through various training and support programs. 13 Self-management is the art of self-managing the disease, which includes the ability of individuals with chronic diseases to manage the symptoms, treatment, and care of the disease, and to make lifestyle changes in the physical, psychological, and social aspects. ...
... [10] Proper education about contraception affects the choice of the contraceptive method and improves women's knowledge of contraception. [11,12] In France, a multicentre prospective, randomized study showed that women who received structured information about COC pills had an average score of understanding the information significantly higher than women who received unstructured information. [13] Another study that was conducted in primary care clinics found that educating women about one specific method of contraception increased the likelihood of them using that method of contraception. ...
... Hastalarla en çok temas halinde olan mesleklerden biri olan hemşirelik bu hastalık için riskli kabul edilen meslekler içerisinde yer almaktadır (5,8,16). Özellikle endemik sayılan bölgelerde çalışan hemşirelerin KKKA hastalığı hakkındaki bilgi düzeylerinin saptanması oldukça önemlidir (16,17). ...
... The most significant disadvantages for recommending vaccination to the parents of daughters included high vaccine price (51.6%) and the false comfort that the vaccination might increase unprotected sexual intercourse (45.9%) (Onsuz et al. 2011). In the present study, all (12%) respondents who were aware about vaccine prices were medical personnel. ...
... The number of samples in the articles varied from 9 72 to 51,989 13 . Most investigations were based on data collected from one city 8,[10][11][12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19] ; only one was a multicenter study 21 . Table I provides a summary of each study included for the review. ...