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Articles by Alireza Zangeneh
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  Ehsan Mohammadi , Yahya Zaebi , Seyedeh Hoda Mousavi , Mohammad Mahboubi , Mohsen Mohammadi , Alireza Zangeneh , Nasim Hatefi Moadab , Nemat-Allah Chaghazardi , Neda Izadi , Yones Mohammadi , Farzad Soleymani and Omolbanin Atashbahar
  Performance of the hospital’s emergency department can be evaluated by means of key quantitative and qualitative indicators. Important quantitative indicator, including percent of failed CPR, waiting time duration, percent of released emergency patients with personal responsibility, percent of released emergency patients in specific times, etc. Present study aims to survey emergency department’s performance by means of mentioned indicators during pre and post-health care reform. This was a descriptive and cross-sectional study, implemented during 2013 and 2014, pre and post-health care reform in the public hospitals of Kermanshah province. Data gathered by means of performance indicators in the emergency department were evaluated. Then indicators of these 2 periods were compared by means of the paired independent t-test while p<0.05 was considered to be at a significant level. Among measured indicators, failed CPR (p = 0.025) waiting time duration in level 4 triage (p = 0.012) emergency patient who were settled in 6 h (p = 0.00) patients who moved out of the department in 12 h (p = 0.00) decreased after the implement of health care reform in surveyed hospitals and other indicators didn’t change. Hospitals’ indicators including indicators of emergency department are the most important hospital performance indicators considering various fields. So comprehensive attention to these indicators is necessary because hospital indicators show clearly hospital performance and also hospital’s weaknesses and strengths which are explicit with more thought on these indicators. What’s more its performance has a direct impact on hospital activity, health network and health care system activities.
  Arash Ziapour , Alireza Zangeneh , Shahram Saeidi and Neda Kianipour
  The present study aimed to sociologically investigate the social determinants of body management among the youth of Gilan-e Gharb County, Kermanshah, Iran. The statistical population of the present research consisted of the youth of Gilan-e Gharb County aged between 15 and 29 of which a sample of 402 subjects (148 males and 254 females) was selected through multistage sampling. For data collection, a demographic information questionnaire and a researcher-made questionnaire for body management were utilized. Further, to analyze the collected data, the Pearson correlation coefficient, multiple regression, t-test and Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) were used with the help of SPSS 23 Software. The results of the present study demonstrated that the mean of the total body management was 2.82 among both genders. In terms of body management, nearly 3.2% of the respondents were in a good state, 72.9% in an average state and 23.9% in a bad state. Additionally, the results revealed that among the socio-demographic variables; education, socioeconomic status and body management were significantly related. Furthermore, the results of the multiple linear regression showed that among the socio-demographic variables; education (α = 0.206) and socioeconomic status (α = 0.098) had the strongest and weakest relationship with body management. In general, the proposed model of the present study explained 5.2% of the changes of body management (the dependent variable).
 
 
 
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