This is one of the findings of the research by Professor Tony Cassidy and colleagues of the University of Ulster, who today is Friday, September, at the British Psychological Society Division of Health Psychology Annual Conference at Queens University Belfast instead – .. MRSA and attitudes toward healthcarefacts about hospital bugs such as MRSA need be communicated better to reduce the fear of infection in public.
The results showed that attitudes and beliefs on hospital hygiene, fear of infection, and the tendency to avoid centered hospitals. Participants British Psychological Society demonstrated more negative attitudes and beliefs were more likely to have and intent intention hospitals. Cassidy explains, concentrating the continuing media to ,, and the sensational language is used in the news has damaged settings and made some people unnecessarily fear by health professionals need to be aware that myths and misinformation may potentially serious consequences. Have when it comes to those who are sick to avoid doctors and hospitals account of their fear of infection .###the research by grants from the by grants from the National Institutes of Health. The study’s senior author Holly Prigerson , who be Dana-Farber co-authors and Susan Block, Christopher Lathan, and John Peteet, and Lauren Vandersanden improvement, out of Dana-Farber Elizabeth Paulk , University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center.
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