And somewhat more non-students had drug problems – almost 7 % versus 5 %. In both combined groupings, about 8 % experienced phobias and 7 % had depression. Bipolar disorder was more common in non-students slightly, affecting almost 5 % versus about 3 % of learners. The study was published today in the journal BMC Open public Health. Australian National University researchers conducted the analysis. A bad or poor job was thought as one with little work security, an unrealistic workload or little control over controlling workload, or no prospects. It’s been seen earlier than employed folks have better mental health than unemployed people but this research according to researcher Dr Liana Leach from ANU’s Center for Mental Health Research shows that it isn’t as simple as getting one to employment.Petersen, MD, FASGE, chair, ASGE Quality Assurance in Endoscopy Committee. ‘There is still an exceptional response to this plan. We are proud to acknowledge these ASGE people through our Endoscopy Unit Recognition Program for their commitment to promoting the best standards of security and quality.’ A significant component of this program is an educational program that thoroughly reviews related guidelines. Honorees attended this program, entitled ‘Improving Quality and Basic safety in Your Endoscopy Device.’ Upon completion of this program, systems receive an ASGE ‘Certificate of Acknowledgement’ for advertising quality in endoscopy which is usually valid for three years, providing the machine remains certified and complies with every scheduled program criteria. This symbol could be displayed to allow patients and referring physicians know that the endoscopy device is dedicated to delivering high-quality endoscopic care and has received specialized training around these principles.