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Group training based on acceptance-commitment approach for improving quality of life and reducing anxiety among diabetic women

Group training based on acceptance-commitment approach for improving quality of life and reducing anxiety among diabetic women

... their life quality and consequently increases their mortality ...in improving quality of life and reducing anxiety in ...assess quality of life in the ...and ...

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Identifying Effective Events, for Improving Quality of Life in Built Environment

Identifying Effective Events, for Improving Quality of Life in Built Environment

... of quality of the city environment depends on the promotion of the hard and soft infrastructures in the urban ...study life-giving events as one of the soft infrastructures that improving ...

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PRIMARY CAREGIVER EFFORT FOR IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE OF FAMILY MEMBERS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION: FAMILY PERSPECTIVE

PRIMARY CAREGIVER EFFORT FOR IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE OF FAMILY MEMBERS WITH MENTAL RETARDATION: FAMILY PERSPECTIVE

... in improving quality of life of family members who are treated will be hampered in the midst of primary caregiver ...the quality of life of family members who have mental ...the ...

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Improving quality of work life through human resource information System

Improving quality of work life through human resource information System

... The new derived role of HRIS is improving quality of work life as it covers almost all the aspects of working life of an employee, i.e. from work to stress, safety to security, insurance to ...

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Psychosocial interventions for improving quality of life outcomes in adults undergoing strabismus surgery (Protocol)

Psychosocial interventions for improving quality of life outcomes in adults undergoing strabismus surgery (Protocol)

... Effective social support from family and friends can be an integral part of improving outcomes for patients. This may be by enabling them to understand the link between the patient’s thoughts, feel- ings and ...

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The Difficulty Of Improving Quality Of Life In COPD Patients With Depression And Associated Factors

<p>The Difficulty Of Improving Quality Of Life In COPD Patients With Depression And Associated Factors</p>

... on quality of life, activity, and exacerbation fre- quency during the clinical course of ...their quality of life during the treatment ...

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Survivorship and improving quality of life in men with prostate cancer

Survivorship and improving quality of life in men with prostate cancer

... Despite some encouraging data from supervised exercise programmes, it is unclear as to whether such interventions could be readily incorporated into service provision in secondary care. With this in mind, home based ...

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Role of yoga in improving quality of life of hypothyroidism patients

Role of yoga in improving quality of life of hypothyroidism patients

... Ventilatory muscle fatigue could be a cardinal limitation for human performance in sports, mountaineering, and vigilance in high altitude areas. Prior training of ventilatory muscles with the help of yoga might improve ...

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Immune thrombocytopenia: improving quality of life and patient outcomes

Immune thrombocytopenia: improving quality of life and patient outcomes

... Generic HRQoL tools have been applied to patients with ITP. Since they have been used extensively, their properties are understood and a given score can be contextualized with scores achieved by patients with other ...

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Balur and Improving Quality of Life

Balur and Improving Quality of Life

... Balur treatment aimed to leach free radicals overwhelmingly produced in unhealthy body with rubbed over the human body. In Balur used some amino acid, bawang sabrang (Eleutherine palmifolia (L.) Merr), kopi balur (Mixed ...

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Psychosocial interventions for improving quality of life outcomes in adults undergoing strabismus surgery

Psychosocial interventions for improving quality of life outcomes in adults undergoing strabismus surgery

... person’s quality of life and the impact strabismus can have on psychological well ...surgery, quality of life has shown to be improved (Hatt 2010) and this is particularly so for those without ...

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Multimodal therapy and twenty years of valid management of a patient with chronic hepatitis B in a less developed Western Region in China   case report and review of the literature

Multimodal therapy and twenty years of valid management of a patient with chronic hepatitis B in a less developed Western Region in China case report and review of the literature

... complications [5]. (3) Based on the treatment of nucleoside antiviral drugs, EVL and PSE and other treatments were performed for a number of times, preventing complications such as upper gastrointes- tinal bleeding, ...

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“Impact of Quality of Life in Epileptic Patients with Pharmacist Assisted Patient Counseling” by Thejus Salomy Thomas, Adhin John Varghese, Merin Mathew, Rohini S Kumar, Rajeswari Ramasamy Muralimohan K, India.

“Impact of Quality of Life in Epileptic Patients with Pharmacist Assisted Patient Counseling” by Thejus Salomy Thomas, Adhin John Varghese, Merin Mathew, Rohini S Kumar, Rajeswari Ramasamy Muralimohan K, India.

... The objective of the study is to study the impact of pharmacist assisted patient counseling for improving Quality Of Life (QOL) in epileptic patients. An educational interventional study was ...

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OLIT535;DevelopingaModelforSriLankanHealthCareProvidersintheTreatmetnofAlzheimer'sDisease

OLIT535;DevelopingaModelforSriLankanHealthCareProvidersintheTreatmetnofAlzheimer'sDisease

... Online dementia care training for healthcare teams in continuing and long-term care homes: A viable solution for improving quality of care and quality of life for residents. (2004) Ent[r] ...

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A PHARMACIST BASED INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES MELLITUS IN A PRIVATE INSTITUTION

A PHARMACIST BASED INTERVENTION TO IMPROVE THE CARE OF PATIENTS WITH HYPERTENSION AND DIABETES MELLITUS IN A PRIVATE INSTITUTION

... There is a need for screening of individuals at the early age group. Patients should be assessed during every subsequent visit for controlling disease progression and preventing the complications by adopting ...

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Analysis of Nursing Concept Using Mckenna Approach

Analysis of Nursing Concept Using Mckenna Approach

... Ms. / Mr A, with Bachelor of Science in nursing (feature 7), is responsible for the care of a patient called Mohammad who is diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver, Muhammad is hospitalized in gastroenterologyward ...

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A Study of the Relationship Among Burned Patients&rsquo; Resilience and Self-Efficacy and Their Quality of Life

<p>A Study of the Relationship Among Burned Patients&rsquo; Resilience and Self-Efficacy and Their Quality of Life</p>

... their quality of ...the quality of life in the affected individuals as well as interfering with their physical, psycho- logical, social, and religious ...

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Assessing the efficacy of the healthy eating and lifestyle programme (HELP) compared with enhanced standard care of the obese adolescent in the community: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Assessing the efficacy of the healthy eating and lifestyle programme (HELP) compared with enhanced standard care of the obese adolescent in the community: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

... Providers receive training in specific motivational interviewing techniques and the use of solution focused questioning. A manual is used to enable delivery in a standardised manner by all the providers. Self assess- ...

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Drumiskabole Lodge, Sligo

Drumiskabole Lodge, Sligo

... The quality of care and experience of the residents are monitored and developed on an ongoing basis. Effective management systems are in place that support and promote the delivery of safe, quality care ...

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Pulsatile dry cupping in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee – a randomized controlled exploratory trial

Pulsatile dry cupping in patients with osteoarthritis of the knee – a randomized controlled exploratory trial

... All patients completed standardized questionnaires in- cluding all outcomes at baseline, and after 4 and 12 weeks. In cases of bilateral osteoarthritis, the knee defined as more painful at baseline was the one assessed ...

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