Investigating the Acceptance of the Internet of Things based on the Grounded Theory Approach for Taking Care of Patients at Home (A Case Study of War Veterans)

Sajedeh Jafaripour; Mohebali Rahdar

Volume 8, Issue 2 , June 2023, , Pages 253-259

  Background: The Internet of Things (IoT) for patient care at home, which means that instead of going to the hospital and spending a lot of time and money, patients' clinical data can be viewed remotely and the data can be processed and then sent to the doctor.Objectives: The use of any new technology ...  Read More

Blacks’ Diminished Salience of Age as a Determinant of Chronic Obstructive Respiratory Disease

Shervin Assari; Babak Najand; Ali Ayoubian

Volume 7, Issue 3 , September 2022, , Pages 90-96

  Background: Age is a major determinant of chronic respiratory disease (CRD). This is important because CRD have a main role in shaping morbidity and mortality of individuals and populations. However, less research is done on whether age-related changes in development of CRD differ across diverse racial ...  Read More

Job Burnout Among Family Physicians in Rural Areas of Isfahan Province

Neda Moein; Gholamhossein Ahmadzadeh; Alireza Safaeeyan

Volume 3, Issue 3 , July 2018, , Pages 98-103

  Background: In providing optimum medical and health services, great pressure is put on the physical and mental health of family physicians. Job burnout is damaging to the health of family physicians and medical treatment personnel. It leads to reduced job productivity, increased absenteeism, increased ...  Read More