Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : determinants


Impact Of Compensation Management Practices On Employee Job Performance In It Sector: An Empirical Study Of Pune City

Dr.T.Narayana Reddy; Mr.Kathari Santosh

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2021, Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages 1769-1776

This paper aims to explore the composition of “Job Performance” for employees in IT Industry of Pune city.The paper applies data reduction using Exploratory Factor Analysis (EFA) on a sample of 273 respondents and reduces a set of 13compensation management practices determinants into a list of three comprehensible factors.The present study investigate the impact of compensation management practices determinants on the employee job performance.The study found that remuneration, identification and recreational facilities are impacting significantly the employee job performance. Therefore, IT Companies should focus on the above factors to provide enrich employee job performance.

Rising Trend Of Caesarean Section: Review On The Determinants Of Cesarean Section Deliveries

Dr. Rajeesh C Sarngadharan; KR Vandana; KT Nandu

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 7, Pages 5904-5909

Ensuring safe pregnancy and child birth is an important component of Reproductive and Child Health initiatives, in this scenario, there has been a concern over the rising cesarean rates over the world. Cesarean section is the surgical intervention in child birth in case of serious delivery complications for saving the life of mother and child. Over the last decades, consistent increase is observed in the rate of cesarean section deliveries in most of the developed countries and in many developing countries including India. The determinants contributing high CS rates are multifactorial and not well understood.

DETERMINANTS AND PREVALENCE OF DEPRESSION AMONG ELDERLY PATIENTS ATTENDING PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CENTER IN MAKKAH AL-MUKARRAMAH ,2019

Ayman Ibrahim Mzjaji, Jalal Ibrahim Mzjaji, Hossam Hassan Esawi, Ahmad Huwaymid Alowfi, Sultan A. Alhazmi, Suhaib Talal Alsulimani, Salman Fudlaldeen Jan, Turki Moghli Alaslani, Fahad Salem Alsolami

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2019, Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 150-161

Background:
Psychiatric disorders in Saudi Arabia, mainly depression are estimated to have high prevalence. More than 6 decades ago, the World Health Organization (WHO) defined health as “a complete state of physical, mental and social well-being, and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity.” Bircher, 2005 defined health as “a dynamic state of well-being characterized by a physical and mental potential, which satisfies the demands of life commensurate with age, culture, and personal responsibility”. Health has been defined by various authors, who have always emphasized its mental component.In recent years, there has been a sharp increase in the number of older persons worldwide. Globally, more than 350 million people of all ages suffer from depression. Elderly persons are more vulnerable to depression. By the year 2020 depression would be the second major cause of disability adjusted life years lost, as reported by the World Health Organization. depressive symptoms are common among older people and are associated with disability, morbidity and mortality. Depression is a mental illness which causes persistent low mood, a sense of despair, and has multiple risk factors.
 Aim of the study: To assessment the determinant and prevalence of depression among elderly attendees in primary health Care center in Makkah Al-Mukarramah.
Methods:Methods: A cross-sectional study was conducted among elderly patients attending to clinic in PHC at Makkah, Saudi Arabia, during the October to December, 2019, validated questionnaires concerning demographic data and knowledge scores on depression among elderly. Our total participants were (400). Results:show that the Family history of depression (70.0%) is the most common clinical variables also show that of the(45.0%) participants have negative depression , (23.0%) have moderate depression,  and the data ranged from(0to 16)by mean+ SD (7.254+2.88).
Conclusion:Depression is associated with a deficiency in the cognitive state, with familial partner risk being an influential factor that may be preventable. Depression constitutes a health problem among Saudi geriatrics in in Makkah Al-Mukarramah, especially among elderly, those having history of chronic diseases and those having sensory impairment. These results provide insight for all health care workers caring for the elderly, researchers in the field of Geriatrics, and health educators into the particular care needs of elderly patients in Makkah, KSA.