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Invasive Species as Ecological Threat: Is Restoration an Alternative to Fear-based Resource Management?

P. H. Gobster
2005 Ecological Restoration, North America  
INTROSPECTION Communicating our fears about invasive species is tricky business, but ecological restoration offers a positive alternative message.  ...  Some of the finest models of participatory involvement in resource management issues can be found in community-based restoration projects.  ...  By extending a culture of fear into the realm of the natural environment, it is questionable whether scientists and managers will gain resources or public support to more effectively manage invasive species  ... 
doi:10.3368/er.23.4.261 fatcat:5nogcqadrfgt5eot3jz5ibyjfe

On being warm and friendly: the effect of socially responsible human resource management on employee fears of the threats of COVID-19

Jie He, Yan Mao, Alastair M. Morrison, J. Andres Coca-Stefaniak
2020 International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management  
Purpose This paper aims to investigate the influence of socially- responsible human resource management (SRHRM) on employee fears of external threats during the COVID-19 outbreak, based on social support  ...  In addition, employees faced threats to their health and job security.  ...  Introduction Employee fears of external threats represent negative psychological emotions involving uncertainty or danger resulting from undesirable events or harm from outside of the organization (Lebel  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijchm-04-2020-0300 fatcat:2o3crqbzobc6vgjwk25dyppw5i

HELPinKids&Adults Knowledge Synthesis of the Management of Vaccination Pain and High Levels of Needle Fear

Melanie Noel, Anna Taddio, C. Meghan McMurtry, Christine T. Chambers, Rebecca Pillai Riddell, Vibhuti Shah
2015 The Clinical Journal of Pain  
Interventions for vaccine pain management in adults and treatment of individuals with high levels of needle fear, phobias, or both were included, thereby broadening the reach of this work.  ...  , and inclusion of outcomes that stakeholders consider to be important (eg, compliance) are recommended.  ...  The objectives of this manuscript are to: (1) highlight limitations in the research evidence that span different domains of pain and fear management included in the systematic reviews in this issue;  ... 
doi:10.1097/ajp.0000000000000266 pmid:26352918 pmcid:PMC4900408 fatcat:ydcj536rifchpgl6nrezpb5xnm

Assessment of fear among the general public of Kerala, India, following a surge of COVID‑19 cases

Beena Baby, Asha Vilson, Jesil Aranjani, Safeeda Eespintakath, Arsha Sudheer, Sam Mathew, Vipin Nair, Sindhu Joseph
2022 Medicine International  
, healthcare stakeholders in the family, and the presence of an infected individual in the family.  ...  The mean fear score was found to be 15.93±5.81.  ...  Acknowledgements Not applicable.  ... 
doi:10.3892/mi.2022.34 fatcat:qrdlnaizcrdgflaankx6tjyyaa

Long shadow of fear in an epidemic: fearonomic effects of Ebola on the private sector in Nigeria

Sulzhan Bali, Kearsley A Stewart, Muhammad Ali Pate
2016 BMJ Global Health  
Companies involved in travel and hospitality were affected as individuals who feared infection limited their movements.  ...  Figure 4 Altered behaviour due to fear of Ebola. Respondents were asked Yes or No, to questions on altered social habits, behaviour or visits to certain businesses during the Nigerian Ebola outbreak.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2016-000111 pmid:28588965 pmcid:PMC5321397 fatcat:opxs4gxtz5faxkbhnpvp6yovsu

'Yassaba' or the Fear of Being Abandoned: Adapting Health-promotion Messages to Incorporate Local Meanings in Guinée Forestière

Maria Cristina Manca
2017 Anthropology in Action  
This technical account is based on three periods of ethnographic fi eldwork and health promotion activities conducted in Guinea between May 2014 and February 2015.  ...  Community engagement was essential for this research to gain the trust of the Kissi and to facilitate the sharing of knowledge and information to reduce the transmission of the Ebola virus.  ...  Thanks also to Deborah Gordon, without whose help I would not have been able to conclude this piece of writing.  ... 
doi:10.3167/aia.2017.240202 fatcat:tgdgs6jfkndttalow7ewdx5ske

Expectations, Fears and Perceptions of doctors during Covid-19 Pandemic

Uzma Urooj, Asma Ansari, Asifa Siraj, Sumaira Khan, Humaira Tariq
2020 Pakistan Journal of Medical Sciences  
the survey. 134(60.3%) doctors were working in hospitals which were not dealing with Covid-19.  ...  They fear wellbeing of their families and contacting Covid-19, if not provided proper PPE.  ...  A survey conducted in China during the initial outbreak of COVID-19 found that 53.8% of respondents rated the psychological impact of the outbreak as moderate or severe, 16.5% reported moderate to severe  ... 
doi:10.12669/pjms.36.covid19-s4.2643 pmid:32582312 pmcid:PMC7306962 fatcat:sxnh2tsa3jgytflfh772z4ew4m

Ground realities of COVID-19 in Sri Lanka: a public health experience on fear, stigma and the importance of improving professional skills among health care professionals

G. L. W. M. Bandara, I. N. Thotawaththa, A. W. I. P. Ranasinghe
2020 Sri Lanka Journal of Medicine  
Fear and stigma interfere with health seeking behaviour of people. This leads to patients not seeking treatment or hiding their details.  ...  Hiding symptoms was mainly due the fear of being blamed for deliberately transmitting the infection to others or fear of their loved ones being taken to quarantine centres.  ... 
doi:10.4038/sljm.v29i1.173 fatcat:ev6iltu64fbaff3p3yzmpnkxx4

Survey of the prevalence of immunization non-compliance due to needle fears in children and adults

Anna Taddio, Moshe Ipp, Suganthan Thivakaran, Ali Jamal, Chaitya Parikh, Sarah Smart, Julia Sovran, Derek Stephens, Joel Katz
2012 Vaccine  
Needle fears are a documented barrier to immunization in children and adults.  ...  immunization due to needle fear.  ...  There was no involvement of the funding agencies in the study design, collection, analysis, and interpretation of data, writing report and decision to submit.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.vaccine.2012.05.011 pmid:22617633 fatcat:me53unncrveydddbrltw45lpd4

"Feared and Avoided": Psychosocial effects of stigma against health-care workers during COVID-19

Pulaparambil Vani, Debanjan Banerjee
2021 Indian Journal of Social Psychiatry  
It is a collective responsibility at all levels of stakeholders to support, understand, empathize, and care for the HCWs not only during the fight against the ongoing viral outbreak but also the postpandemic  ...  the staff in group interviews to help deal with the potential risks and stressors in workplace may help to reduce the fear among them. [21] Training sessions involving information as to how to protect  ... 
doi:10.4103/ijsp.ijsp_319_20 doaj:27ceb2da9d9f4ffe9c363134ce94308e fatcat:mcz7uid2rreldoijregypeujmm

COVID-19 and the fear of other unknowns: challenges and lessons learned from a digital contact tracing activity in the Rohingya camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh

Adeepto I. Ahmed, Adrita Kaiser, Gayatri Jayal, Neal Lesh, Md. Mahmudul Hasan, Sabina F. Rashid, Md. Tanvir Hasan
2022 Journal of global health reports  
Contact tracing can play an important role in controlling infectious disease outbreaks such as the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  Research partners organized a series of brainstorming meetings and workshops with relevant stakeholders to finalize the 'COVID- 19 contact tracing and case monitoring app' for final implementation.  ...  Lastly, this project would not have been possible without the generous support of the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), Canada.  ... 
doi:10.29392/001c.33818 fatcat:xmeu4vymbreznhbcwi7r2jsrkm

The Tourism Impact of Ebola in Africa: Lessons on Crisis Management

Petrus Mfanampela Maphanga, Unathi Sonwabile Henama
2019 African Journal of Hospitality, Tourism and Leisure  
It is thus concerned with whether or not social reality such as Ebola and is impacts, exists independently of human understanding and interpretation.  ...  This perspective is advanced in light of the recent Ebola virus disease outbreaks that have greatly threatened the tourism sector in Africa.  ...  If a country uses a substantive argument that involves stakeholders it is likely to lead to better decisions since they will have access to information that might not otherwise be accessible.  ... 
doaj:081d4c2f71cf4ca6ae769761bf3f301b fatcat:6vq2t6bvmncahf6gugft2s72bq

International survey for assessing COVID-19's impact on fear and health: study protocol

Kris Yuet-Wan Lok, Daniel Yee Tak Fong, Janet Y.H. Wong, Mandy Ho, Edmond PH Choi, Vinciya Pandian, Patricia M Davidson, Wenjie Duan, Marie Tarrant, Jung Jae Lee, Chia-Chin Lin
2021 BMJ Open  
For each country, we target at least 500 subjects aged 18 years or above. The questionnaires will be available online and in local languages.  ...  Therefore, this study aims to (1) assess the health-related impact of the COVID-19 pandemic in community-dwelling individuals around the world; (2) determine the extent various communities are fearful  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Miss Bobo Chan for her tremendous help in the administration of the project.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-048720 pmid:33980534 fatcat:axy5ffih6rervooxpxma4kthga

What next for gain-of-function research in Europe?

Robin Fears, Volker ter Meulen
2015 eLife  
A working group on gain-of-function research set up by the European Academies Science Advisory Council (EASAC) has emphasised the importance of ensuring that the necessary safeguards and policies are in  ...  Robin Fears is Director of the Biosciences Programme at European Academies Science Advisory Council, Halle, Germany robin.fears@easac.eu Volker ter Meulen is Chair of the EASAC working group on gain of  ...  Everyone involved must conform to existing regulations, codes of conduct and established methods for biorisk management (see EASAC, 2015 for a list of existing regulations in Europe, and details of work  ... 
doi:10.7554/elife.13035 pmid:26716473 pmcid:PMC4709283 fatcat:szmojjdmsnhgbp3ibv2hygwqxu

Narrativization of fear in digital practices of political manipulation [chapter]

L. Ya. Uhryn, O. I. Sviderska, S. P. Bula
2020 SOCIAL SCIENCES: REGULARITIES AND DEVELOPMENT TRENDS  
Back in the 50s of the twentieth century Walter Lippmann stated that political theory should pay more attention to the issues that arose due to the fact that "pictures in people's minds are not a mechanical  ...  The new reality can be contradictory, confusing, ambivalent, or represent, as defined by Ruth Wodak, "a deceptively simple illusion in contrast to the very real complexity and pluralism of modern societies  ...  To sum up, the translators of the "post-pandemic" narrative manage to form a viral brand of fear and convert the average user into a mass consumer and a tool for distribution in networks.  ... 
doi:10.30525/978-9934-26-026-1-13 fatcat:t2cwgiqotbb2vjfqshromyokvq
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