نتایج جستجو برای International Journal of Musculoskeletal Pain Prevention

تعداد نتایج: 7802065  

Introduction: Musculoskeletal pain accompanied by psychological problem lead to reduce the efficiency of adolescents; so, this study aimed to determine the prevalence of musculoskeletal pain and its association with psychological factors among female adolescents. Materials and methods: The target population of this cross sectional study was female students (3625 in total) from both private...

2015
Jaafar Makki,

Cancer of the breast is one of the most common human neoplasm, many environmental, personal and genetic factors have been implicated as a risk factors to develop breast cancer. Tumor size, histological subtype, grading, lympho-vascular permeation, and lymph node involvement are the cardinal independent factors influence prognosis and response to different therapeutic modalities. Among other pro...

Journal: :International Breastfeeding Journal 2006
Lisa H Amir,

International Breastfeeding Journal is a new open access peer-reviewed journal with a multidisciplinary focus. The aim of International Breastfeeding Journal is to contribute to understanding all aspects of breastfeeding. Breastfeeding is recognized as an important public health issue with enormous social and economic implications. In order to help women breastfeed successfully there is a need ...

Journal: :Ortopedia, traumatologia, rehabilitacja 2016
Anna Cabak, Przemysław Kotynia, Marcin Banasiński, Zbigniew Obmiński, Wiesław Tomaszewski,

BACKGROUND Accumulation of musculoskeletal overload experienced daily over a long period, for months or even years may lead to serious health problems. Simple, quick and easy-to-administer prophylactic and therapeutic interventions not involving complicated medical procedures can bring tangible benefits for sufferers. The aim of the study was to evaluate the efficacy and effects of a massage pr...

2007
King Sing Cheung,

In recent years, due to economic restructuring, the problems Hong Kong has been facing are the ‘knowledge deficit’ in the workforce and a shortage of well-educated manpower. The Hong Kong Government has implemented a number of continuing education policies with an ultimate goal to encourage and help the workforce to strengthen themselves with improved knowledge and skills. These policies rely o...

2007
Charles Ogoye-Ndegwa,

Homework is assigned on the assumption that parents or other elder members have the capacity to assist the pupils and that home environment is conducive for the pupil to do homework. A cross-sectional survey using structured and semi-structured interviews was conducted among pupils and parents in Kengeleni division in Mombasa district to explore socio-cultural and economic factors that influenc...

2007

This article examines the reforms in education that have been occurring in Indonesia following the socio-political change marked by the fall of the Soeharto regime. Democratic citizens are now desired explicitly in the 2003 Education Act. As the decentralisation policy in governance has been implemented, autonomy in education has resulted in several consequent reforms. School Based Management h...

2007
G. Lazakidou,

Three phases of development of self-regulatory skill in the domain of mathematical problem solving were designed to examine students' behaviour and the effects on their problem solving ability. Forty-eight Grade 4 students (10 year olds) participated in this pilot study. The students were randomly assigned to one of three groups, each representing a different developmental level of self-regulat...

2007
Nooreiny Maarof,

This study examined the reflective journal entries of 42 trainee teachers who underwent teaching practicum in schools in Malaysia. The study investigated the types of reflections, strategies or stance used, and perceptions of the trainees toward reflective journal writing. The findings of the study indicated that the trainee teachers were engaged in Descriptive Reflection (DR), Dialogic Reflect...

2017

Acquired hemophilia (AH) is a rare disease with an estimated prevalence of 1.48 cases/million people/year and a mortality rate of 9-22%, according to data obtained in the United Kingdom in a hemophilia surveillance study [1]. Unlike congenital hemophilia, in which the presentation is exclusive to men, AH has no gender bias. It is characterized by the occurrence of spontaneous bleeding in differ...

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