The authors and ethical committees at KAU reviewed the questionnaire. Conducting a study among medical students took place in six different universities in Saudi Arabia in different formats, hardcopy and soft copy. KAU teaches patients’ safety objectives in a structured module, while the other universities (at the time of the study was conducted) follow the traditional lecture based learning (LBL) method; this difference provide an exposed and non-exposed samples with total number of 700 students. The recruitment process was parallel between two major target groups to avoid demographic discrepancy. The students were randomly chosen according to the probability of proportionate size of the classes in all the medical schools that were contributed in the study.
This research highlights outcomes of adolescent depression screening among teenagers accessing pediatric primary care clinic services with the implementation of the PHQ-9 screening tool. The study occurred over a four-month period and demonstrated that approximately 83% of the 144 adolescents involved indicated a PHQ-9 score showing a need for referral for further evaluation and treatment of depression. The study shows how routine screening can promote early intervention and treatment allowing for better outcomes. The research will help this current study by showing the impact of screening on the management of the condition. This Review provides evidence-based treatment interventions for depression in children and adolescents between the
These two learning events, which are prominent events within my first year of studying OT, include the OT June exam and making a chair in APT (Appropriate Paper-based Technology) for a child with Cerebal Paulsy and Microcephaly. To look into these two significant learning events in more detail, one must understand the theory behind occupational therapy, and in order to do this, a few terms and concepts need to be defined and discussed. According to the American Occupational Therapy Association, AOTA in 2008 and the World Federation of Occupational Therapists, WFOT in 2010, “occupational therapy is the art and science of helping people do the day-to-day activities that are important and meaningful for their health and
Children doing homework bring families closer together, according to the Harvard Graduate school of education.10 The Harvard Graduate School of Education states in 2001 the university reviewed research on parental involvement in children’s homework, and about 72% of parents are involved in the children 's education and homework.11 Joan M. T. Walker and Kathleen V. Hoover-Dempsey issued two types of test to two different groups of a parent to see which group was more successful and involved in the student’s education. The first group was monitored through the one month period to see if parents would set up a schedule and monitor children 's lifestyle. While the second group had the same test except the second group had responsible parents who took the time to set up schedules and rules for homework. Although on the other hand, group one was not very successful, the parents did not do any schedules nor rules. And that resulted in children 's laziness and students having a very small amount of motivation to end of the school year strong.
In a Jamaica Observer article dated Sunday, April 15, 2007 entitled Psychology equals ‘big bucks’ in practice written by Petre Williams , Dr Pearnel Bell outlined that a person can practice Psychology at the minimum level of a Master’s degree. In the same article, it was outlined that psychologist may have their private practice or they may work in nonprofit organizations. The profession of counselling is the final helping profession that the researcher will look at. Counsel according to The New International Webster’s pocket dictionary is “to advice, give instructions and guidance.” Persons within this profession may acquire employment at schools, hospitals, policing and the correction services. The minimum education requirement to become a counsellor is a certificate in
1001). The group proposed this hypothesis to be one of broader scope related to identifying the actual mechanics of facilitating conscientious behaviors to the end result of high grades and student success. Their research process involved self-reported, longitudinal data over two semesters, from nearly 350 psychology students. With students’ full, informed consent, the researchers first assessed the students’ personality types and self-reported ACT scores; then they utilized student surveys at the beginning of each semester, during each exam preparation, and after each exam completion; and finally, students’ grades were collected to complete study data at the end of each semester (until which point, the professor had remained blind to the participation of certain students) (pp.
2. REFLECTION OF THE INTERVIEW 2.1 Description A component of the Effective Communication module, is an Inter-professional Education (IPE) enrichment activity and we were put into groups with the Pharmacy students. There were in total 2 Nursing students and 3 Pharmacy students. We were tasked to interview a healthcare professional. We interviewed Dr Edwin Lim from Tzu Chi Free Health Screening and Free Clinic (TCFC).
SECTION C: SYSTEMATIC ROLE PLAY Fatemeh Vizeshfar, Fereshteh Dehghanrad, Mahboobeh Magharei, Seyed Mohammad Javad Sobhani (2016), The quasi-experimental study was conducted to compare the effect of lecture and role playing education on nursing students ' learning and to determine the relationship between students ' characteristics and scores of theoretical exam and their role playing checklist. This study was consisting of 228 nursing students which were enrolled in the third semester undergraduate training in Shiraz nursing faculty. This intervention was carried out in the course of learning process and principals of patient training. The results was included on 127 female students (57%) and 101 male students (44.3%) were consisting samples
A qualitative study on non-verbal sensitivity in nursing students. Journal of Clinical Nursing, 22, 1941-1950. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2702.2012.04324.x The author found that non-verbal skills, such as appropriate touch, facial expression, body positioning, and voice, improved patient outcomes (Chan, 2013). Chan (2013) used a qualitative research design with 16 nursing students from Hong Kong to determine how the
Including facts like how the analysis conducted a nonexperimental study in which undergraduate students taking psychology classes who had a recent onset major depressive episode were paid or received course credit for their research participation. (3)Eighty-four students 51% Caucasian, 86% female were followed for 26 weeks to assess whether various psychosocial factors predicted the short-term