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Abstracts from Journal of Health Education Research & Development
Objective: The aim of the study was to know dietary habits and nutritional knowledge of women nursing students.
Material and methods: Participants of the study were a random sample composed of 200 female students of health
sciences. This sample represented the 95% of total, and the 5% was excluded (men and chronic illness). .. Read More
Background: The prevalence of type 2 diabetes mellitus is high in Saudi Arabia, and a large proportion of those
affected by the disease are not controlling their blood sugar, which exposes them to diabetes complications. The aim
of this study is to evaluate factors associated with poor glycaemic control, complications and .. Read More
The use of music therapy as an adjunct medical treatment option is well established. However, there is no evidence
on the knowledge of music therapy among medical practitioner in Ethiopia. Hence, this institutional based crosssectional
study was conducted to assess the knowledge and practices of Jimma University medical st.. Read More
The survey reached fifty food vendors in Garki, Abuja Nigeria to assess their knowledge of food safety, contamination, poisoning and control measures. A simple questionnaire was developed and administered one on one to the target population and data collected on their knowledge food borne disease pathogens, personal hygiene,.. Read More
It is believed that recall is influenced by the tempo and style of music. The main purpose of the research was to discover if jazz or classical music effects the ability to recall information. It was hypothesized that classical music at 60 and 120 beats per minute was more effective than jazz music at 60 and 120 beats per mi.. Read More
Introduction: The first objective of this research was to verification to the effectiveness for combining brain training with rhythmic exercises for three-month brain training. In order to further prevent motoric cognitive risk syndrome (MCR), we gave instructions to continue exercise. In order to evaluate motoric ability, w.. Read More
Some personality traits, such as A and D, have great stress, anxiety, and negative emotions that causes the patients with breast cancer to be susceptible to more stress and negative perception of events. We aimed to investigate the association of type D personality and cognitive strategies of emotion regulation with happines.. Read More
The National Institute of Radiological Sciences (NIRS) in Japan has conducted training courses for professionals to obtain correct knowledge on radiation and its use in various fields. After the Fukushima accident, the demands for education on radiation not only by professionals but also by students increased. NIRS started.. Read More
Object: To study the association between dopamine D2 receptor (DRD2) and catechol-O-methyltransferase
(COMT) gene polymorphisms and the risperidone-induced amenorrhea resulted from hyperprolactinemia in female
Patients and methods: According to International Diagnostic and Classification of Diseases te.. Read More
Introduction: Congenital heart defects are the most common, pervasive and serious chronic illness of all congenital malformations. The birth of a child can be stressful enough for many parents, turn into one of dashed joy and feeling of distress so there may be necessary for parents to obtain enough support from health profe.. Read More
Hypertension is a major risk factor for Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) with complications such as stroke and heart failure. Knowledge and attitude about hypertension have been indicated to influence practice of healthy lifestyle which has implications for hypertension prevention and control. There are anecdotal reports of sudden d.. Read More
Health Care professionals are effective problem-solvers in a specific area of technology; leadership calls for a very different way of thinking and learning. Leadership development is a combination of experiential learning and programmed learning, including the conceptual frameworks of leadership, practice to integrate and a.. Read More
Background: One of the most common causes of death worldwide is sudden cardiac arrest. Nowadays, there is
plethora of educational programs introducing basic life support skills among medical, paramedical stuff but also civilians.
With the increasing use of computer technology, e-learning gains ground the recent years in se.. Read More
Background: Today, as the rapid progress of Information Technologies (I.T) in health care continues, it is crucial to find out more information about the factors that might advance or hinder the nurses’ educators’ acceptance of technological changes. The main goal of this study was to explain the use of using I.T, by.. Read More
Introduction: Ministry of Health has initiated Quality Accreditation studies with Transformation Project in Health in 2003. These studies have gained extensive momentum especially in the last decade, and have composed Quality Accreditation Programs (Quality Standards in Healthcare, associated guidelines), which are applied in al.. Read More
Aim: The aim of this study is to evaluate the awareness among internship students regarding inter-professional education.
Objective: Questionnaire will be devised and administered to students of medical, dental and nursing in final year and internship training.
Background: Inter-professional education (IPE) is an important fac.. Read More
Background: Concurrent thyroid cancer and hyperthyroidism is rare, though increasingly reported. Hyperthyroidism
due to thyroid cancer is very rare and challenging.
Case presentation: We present a 35-year-old woman who had been on irregular regimen of propanolol and
digoxin as treatment for worsening palpitations for 12 m.. Read More
Sherlock Holmes said “it has long been an axiom of mine that the little things are infinitely the most important”, but never imagined that such a little thing, the DNA molecule, could become perhaps the most powerful single tool in the multifaceted fight against crime. 30 years after the development of DNA finger.. Read More
Background: Breast cancer is the most common malignancy among women in Saudi Arabia. Despite the availability of early detection methods to diagnose breast cancer, a huge number of women are still unaware about these methods. This study was conducted to identify the attitude of women in Medina toward breast cancer screening .. Read More
Textbooks are vital tools in the training of medical students. In Africa, there is a huge deficit in terms of literary medical works compared to the western world. Ultimately, this leaves the aspiring African clinician at the mercy of the western authors when it comes to acquiring knowledge about local health issues. The textboo.. Read More