On epidemiology of fractures and variation with age and ethnicity Universiteit Hasselt
Comparing two definitions of ethnicity for identifying young persons at risk for chlamydia Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
Ethnic disparities in chlamydia infections in The Netherlands were assessed, in order to compare two definitions of ethnicity: ethnicity based on country of birth and self-defined ethnicity. Chlamydia positivity in persons aged 16-29 years was investigated using data from the first round of the Chlamydia Screening Implementation (CSI, 2008-2009) and surveillance data from STI centres (2009). Logistic regression modelling showed that being an ...
Doing research on the intersection of ethnicity and old age: Key insights from decolonial frameworks Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Population aging and international migration are two of the most critical social trends shaping the world today. As a result, scholars across the globe have begun to investigate how to better incorporate ethnicity into gerontological research. The integration of insights from life-course theory, post-colonial, and feminist theories have resulted in valuable attempts to tackle issues related to ethnicity and old age. Inspired by these bodies ...
Caucasian Ethnicity, but Not Treatment Cessation Is Associated with HBsAg Loss Following Nucleos(t)ide Analogue-Induced HBeAg Seroconversion KU Leuven
Studying ethnicity and substance use: ontological considerations and methodological implications Universiteit Gent
Ethnicity, Race, and National Identity in Management and Organization Studies Universiteit Hasselt
Are Pain Beliefs, Cognitions, and Behaviors Influenced by Race, Ethnicity, and Culture in Patients with Chronic Musculoskeletal Pain Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Background: Chronic pain has been considered as a biopsychosocial condition in which cognitive and emotional factors as well as biological factors significantly affect perception of pain. Race, ethnicity and culture have a crucial impact on illness beliefs, health care preferences, help-seeking behaviors, and acceptance of medical interventions. Objectives: The aim of the present study was to systematically review the current evidence ...