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BENTHAM Open publishes a number of peer-reviewed, open access journals. These free-to-view online journals cover all major disciplines of science, medicine, technology and social sciences. BENTHAM Open provides researchers a platform to rapidly publish their research in a good-quality peer-reviewed journal. All peer-reviewed accepted submissions meeting high research and ethical standards are published with free access to all. (read more)

RESEARCH ARTICLE
Anxiety And Fear of COVID-19 Among Shantytown Dwellers In The Megacity Of Lima
The Open Public Health Journal, 2022, 15: e187494452210310
Carlos Sotomayor-Beltran, Rosa Perez-Siguas, Hernan Matta-Solis, Alberto Palacios Jimenez, Hernan Matta-Perez

[Electronic publication date: 29/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e187494452210310] [DOI: 10.2174/18749445-v15-e221026-2022-69]

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Original Manuscript Anxiety And Fear of COVID-19 Among Shantytown Dwellers In The Megacity Of Lima



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RESEARCH ARTICLE
The Responses of Rural Learner Nurses to Virtual Learning in a COVID-19 Era
The Open Public Health Journal, 2022, 15: e187494452210100
Masenyani Oupa Mbombi, Livhuwani Muthelo, Arthur Thabo Phukubye

[Electronic publication date: 21/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e187494452210100] [DOI: 10.2174/18749445-v15-e2210100]

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Original Manuscript The Responses of Rural Learner Nurses to Virtual Learning in a COVID-19 Era



RESEARCH ARTICLE
Prevalence of Mood Disorders and Associated Factors at the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Potocol for a Community Survey in La Manouba Governorate, Tunisia
Clinical Practice & Epidemiology in Mental Health, 2022, 18: e174501792210250
Uta Ouali, Amina Aissa, Salsabil Rjaibi, Nada Zoghlami, Yosra Zgueb, Amine Larnaout, Mejdi Zid, Imen Kacem, Fatma Charfi, Maria Francesca Moro, Nadia Touihri, Wahid Melki, Hajer Aounallah-Skhiri, Fethi Nacef, Riadh Gouider, Zouhaier El Hechmi, Mauro Giovanni Carta

[Electronic publication date: 20/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e174501792210250] [DOI: 10.2174/17450179-v18-e221026-2022-19]

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Original Manuscript Prevalence of Mood Disorders and Associated Factors at the Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic: Potocol for a Community Survey in La Manouba Governorate, Tunisia



RESEARCH ARTICLE
Stress Coping Styles in Family and Relatives of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Patients in the South of Iran: Application of Lazarus and Folkman’s Theory of Stress Coping
The Open Public Health Journal, 2022, 15: e187494452209210
Reza Faryabi, Tahereh Rahimi, Salman Daneshi, Ehsan Movahed, Ali Reza Yusefi, Mohadeseh Shojaei Shahrokhabadi, Ding-Geng (Din) Chen, Saeedeh Azaraeen, Cain C. T. Clark

[Electronic publication date: 12/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e187494452209210] [DOI: 10.2174/18749445-v15-e220927-2021-243]

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Original Manuscript Stress Coping Styles in Family and Relatives of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) Patients in the South of Iran: Application of Lazarus and Folkman’s Theory of Stress Coping



RESEARCH ARTICLE
Changes in Mental Health Needs during COVID-19 in the Republic of Georgia: A Longitudinal Follow-up Study
Clinical Practice & Epidemiology in Mental Health, 2022, 18: e174501792208100
Nino Makhashvili, Ketevan Pilauri, Amy Mulick, Jana Darejan Javakhishvili, Lela Sturua, Daniela C. Fuhr, Bayard Roberts

[Electronic publication date: 01/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e174501792208100] [DOI: 10.2174/17450179-v18-e2208100]

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15-10-2021
Original Manuscript Changes in Mental Health Needs during COVID-19 in the Republic of Georgia: A Longitudinal Follow-up Study




RESEARCH ARTICLE
The Pattern of Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome over 10 Years Period and Related Risk Factors of its Outcome Mortality
The Open Nursing Journal, 2022, 16: e187443462211290
Waleed H. Albuali, Amal Alghamdi

[Electronic publication date: 29/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e187443462211290] [DOI: 10.2174/18744346-v16-e221130-2022-64]

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Original Manuscript The Pattern of Pediatric Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome over 10 Years Period and Related Risk Factors of its Outcome Mortality



RESEARCH ARTICLE
Reasons for Avoiding their Local Clinics among Non-emergency Patients at Accident and Emergency Department, Pretoria, South Africa
The Open Public Health Journal, 2022, 15: e187494452211280
Tebogo Thaba, Edith Madela-Mntla, Margaret Ramochele, Doudou Nzaumvila

[Electronic publication date: 27/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e187494452211280] [DOI: 10.2174/18749445-v15-e221129-2022-55]

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Original Manuscript Reasons for Avoiding their Local Clinics among Non-emergency Patients at Accident and Emergency Department, Pretoria, South Africa



RESEARCH ARTICLE
Patients for Patient Safety and Inpatients’ Perceptions of Safety in three Hospitals in Tshwane, South Africa
The Open Public Health Journal, 2022, 15: e187494452210070
Doudou Kunda Nzaumvila, Mbali Priscilla Pinky Shabalala, Tombo Bongongo, Langalibalele Honey Mabuza, Indiran Govender

[Electronic publication date: 27/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e187494452210070] [DOI: 10.2174/18749445-v15-e221018-2022-52]

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Original Manuscript Patients for Patient Safety and Inpatients’ Perceptions of Safety in three Hospitals in Tshwane, South Africa



RESEARCH ARTICLE
Exploration of In-Service Training Needs for Nurses Implementing the Nursing Process at Regional Hospitals of Limpopo Province, South Africa
The Open Public Health Journal, 2022, 15: e187494452209291
Takalani Edith Mutshatshi, Tebogo Maria Mothiba, Rambelani Nancy Malema

[Electronic publication date: 21/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e187494452209291] [DOI: 10.2174/18749445-v15-e221014-2022-58]

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19-5-2022
Original Manuscript Exploration of In-Service Training Needs for Nurses Implementing the Nursing Process at Regional Hospitals of Limpopo Province, South Africa



RESEARCH ARTICLE
Patients’ Perceptions on the Factors Contributing to Non-conversion after Two Months of Tuberculosis Treatment at Selected Primary Healthcare Facilities in the Ekurhuleni Health District, South Africa
The Open Public Health Journal, 2022, 15: e187494452208291
Ntwanano Fiona Baloyi, Zodwa Margaret Manyisa

[Electronic publication date: 21/ 12/ 2022 ] [Collection year: 2022 ]
[Publisher Id: e187494452208291] [DOI: 10.2174/18749445-v15-e2208291]

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Original Manuscript Patients’ Perceptions on the Factors Contributing to Non-conversion after Two Months of Tuberculosis Treatment at Selected Primary Healthcare Facilities in the Ekurhuleni Health District, South Africa



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