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181. Nurse educator core competencies

Nurse educator core competencies Nurse educator core competencies JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Toggle navigation Toggle navigation Search Browse Statistics Related Links Nurse educator core competencies View/ Open View Statistics Altmetrics Share Citation World Health Organization . (‎2016)‎. Nurse educator core competencies. World Health Organization. Description 30 p. The Japanese version is published by the St.Luke's

2016 WHO

182. Education, race/ethnicity, and multimorbidity among adults aged 30–64 in the National Health Interview Survey Full Text available with Trip Pro

Education, race/ethnicity, and multimorbidity among adults aged 30–64 in the National Health Interview Survey Demographic risk factors for multimorbidity have been identified in numerous population-based studies of older adults; however, there is less data on younger populations, despite the fact that approximately 24% of US adults age 18+ have multimorbidity. Understanding multimorbidity earlier in the life course is critical because of the increased likelihood of long-term disability (...) and loss of productivity associated with chronic disease progression.To examine the associations of education and race/ethnicity with mutimorbidity among adults aged 30-64 using cross-sectional data from the 2002-2014 National Health Interview Surveys.Multimorbidity was defined as having at least 2 of 9 self-reported health conditions. Educational attainment was categorized as less than high school (HS), completed HS or some college, and bachelor's degree or higher. Logistic regression models

2017 SSM - population health

183. Wheelchair users, access and exclusion in South African higher education Full Text available with Trip Pro

Wheelchair users, access and exclusion in South African higher education South Africa's Constitution guarantees everyone, including persons with disabilities, the right to education. A variety of laws are in place obliging higher education institutions to provide appropriate physical access to education sites for all. In practice, however, many buildings remain inaccessible to people with physical disabilities.To describe what measures South African universities are taking to make their built (...) environments more accessible to students with diverse types of disabilities, and to assess the adequacy of such measures.We conducted semi-structured in-depth face-to-face interviews with disability unit staff members (DUSMs) based at 10 different public universities in South Africa.Challenges with promoting higher education accessibility for wheelchair users include the preservation and heritage justification for failing to modify older buildings, ad hoc approaches to creating accessible environments

2017 African journal of disability

184. Wheelchair service provision education in academia Full Text available with Trip Pro

Wheelchair service provision education in academia An estimated 70 million people with disabilities need wheelchairs. To address this global crisis, the World Health Organization (WHO) proposed an eight-step wheelchair service provision model to ensure service quality regardless of resource setting. The International Society of Wheelchair Professionals (ISWP) aims to facilitate the integration of the WHO eight-step model into professional rehabilitation programmes.To develop an enhanced (...) completed the survey. Wheelchair content was taught in 79% of represented institutions, of which 75% of respondents reported using original course material, 10% of respondents used WHO Wheelchair Service Training Packages and 15% of respondents used other available resources. The majority of educational institutions teaching with their own wheelchair-related course material taught ≤ 20 hours. Fourteen of the 15 respondents without wheelchair education, expressed an interest in integrating wheelchair

2017 African journal of disability

185. Depicting individual responses to physical therapist led chronic pain self-management support with pain science education and exercise in primary health care: multiple case studies Full Text available with Trip Pro

Depicting individual responses to physical therapist led chronic pain self-management support with pain science education and exercise in primary health care: multiple case studies Previous evidence suggests self-management programs for people with chronic pain improve knowledge and self-efficacy, but result in small to negligible changes in function. The purpose of this multiple case studies design was to describe the unique responses of six participants to a new self-management program aimed (...) at improving function, to detail each component of the program, and to explore potential explanations for the varied trajectories of each of the participants.Six participants who had been experiencing chronic pain for at least 5 years were included. All participants were enrolled 6 weeks of ChrOnic pain self-ManageMent support with pain science EducatioN and exercise (COMMENCE). Participants completed an assessment at baseline, 7 weeks (1-week follow-up), and 18 weeks (12-week follow-up). Each participant

2017 Archives of physiotherapy

186. Comprehensive Sexuality Education

of their peers without disabilities. Their knowledge of anatomy and development, sexuality, contraception, and STIs (including HIV), should be on par with their peers, and they should be included in sexuality programs through their schools and communities. Comprehensive sexuality education should not marginalize lesbian, gay, bisexual, questioning, and transgender individuals and those that have variations in sexual development (eg, primary ovarian insufficiency, müllerian anomalies). Curricula (...) the rates of sexual activity, sexual risk behaviors (eg, number of partners and unprotected intercourse), sexually transmitted infections, and adolescent pregnancy. One key component of an effective program is encouraging community-centered efforts. In addition to counseling and service provision to individual adolescent patients, obstetrician–gynecologists can serve parents and communities by supporting and assisting sexuality education. Because of their knowledge, experience, and awareness

2016 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

187. Three-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial comparing preoperative neuroscience education for patients undergoing surgery for lumbar radiculopathy. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Three-year follow-up of a randomized controlled trial comparing preoperative neuroscience education for patients undergoing surgery for lumbar radiculopathy. Results from a previous multicenter randomized controlled trial (RCT) on preoperative pain neuroscience education (PNE) for lumbar radiculopathy found no significant difference in patient reported outcomes between groups. However, patients who received PNE viewed their surgical experience more favorably and utilized significantly less (...) . Data packets were sent to these 61 patients to examine post-operative utilization of healthcare (Utilization of Healthcare Questionnaire); LBP [numeric rating scale (NRS)]; leg pain (NRS); function (Oswestry disability index); and beliefs and experiences related to LS (10 item survey with Likert responses).At 3-year follow-up, 50 patients (29 females) responded, with 22 patients in the experimental group (EG) and 28 in the control group (CG). Cumulative medical expenses were 37% lower for the EG

2017 Journal of spine surgery (Hong Kong) Controlled trial quality: uncertain

188. Evidence on financing and budgeting mechanisms to support intersectoral actions between health, education, social welfare and labour sectors

. Volunteers were involved in at least a third of all projects.EVIDENCE ON FINANCING AND BUDGETING MECHANISMS TO SUPPORT INTERSECTORAL ACTIONS BETWEEN HEALTH, EDUCATION, SOCIAL WELFARE AND LABOUR SECTORS HEALTH EVIDENCE NETWORK SYNTHESIS REPORT 8 Evaluation found that the PHF facilitated intersectoral actions, with some projects sustained beyond the lifetime of the grant through the successful acquisition of funding from other sources. However, many smaller one-off projects had insufficient time (...) Evidence on financing and budgeting mechanisms to support intersectoral actions between health, education, social welfare and labour sectors Evidence on financing and budgeting mechanisms to support intersectoral actions between health, education, social welfare and labour sectors HEALTH EVIDENCE NETWORK SYNTHESIS REPORT 48 David McDaid | A-La ParkThis HEN – the Health Evidence Network – synthesis report is the result of a cross-divisional work in the Regional Office between the Division

2016 WHO Health Evidence Network

189. Randomised controlled trial: Four sessions of spinal manipulation, simple exercises and education are not better than usual care for patients with acute low back pain

Randomised controlled trial: Four sessions of spinal manipulation, simple exercises and education are not better than usual care for patients with acute low back pain Four sessions of spinal manipulation, simple exercises and education are not better than usual care for patients with acute low back pain | BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine We use cookies to improve our service and to tailor our content and advertising to you. You can manage your cookie settings via your browser at any time. To learn (...) more about how we use cookies, please see our . Log in using your username and password For personal accounts OR managers of institutional accounts Username * Password * your user name or password? Search for this keyword Search for this keyword Main menu Log in using your username and password For personal accounts OR managers of institutional accounts Username * Password * your user name or password? You are here Four sessions of spinal manipulation, simple exercises and education are not better

2016 Evidence-Based Medicine

190. Clinical Guidelines and Integrated Care Pathways for the Oral Health Care of People with Learning Disabilities

addressed a local MENCAP meeting. Given this importance, it is amazing that so much is left to chance and geographical location. General training in hygiene and access to dental hygienists, nurses, dentists and anaesthetic teams, who have the specialist knowledge, skills and experience is variable. Some primary care and hospital trust executives and managers fail to understand and cater for the special needs of people with a learning disability, and their families. The care that parents provide (...) Commissioning 55 5.3 World Class Commissioning 56 5.4 Mapping the Baseline 56 5.5 Developing the Vision 58 5.6 Making it Happen 59 5.7 Commissioning more than Dental treatment 59 5.8 Provision of Oral Health Promotion Services 60 5.9 Social Services Involvement with People with Learning Disabilities 61 Clinical Guidelines and Integrated Care Pathways for the Oral Health Care of People with Learning Disabilities 2012 i6Education and training 65 6.1 Training for Dentists 65 6.2 Training for Professionals

2012 Royal College of Surgeons of England

191. A randomised controlled trial of the Group Stepping Stones Triple P training programme for parents of children with developmental disabilities. (Abstract)

A randomised controlled trial of the Group Stepping Stones Triple P training programme for parents of children with developmental disabilities. The central aim of this study was to examine the effectiveness of Group Stepping Stones Triple P (GSSTP) in an Irish context for families of children with both developmental disabilities and internalising and externalising behavioural problems. Parents of 84 children (mean age = 5.73; SD = 2.06) with developmental disabilities and co-occurring behaviour (...) ) were significantly higher in the GSSTP group than in the WLC group. At Time 2, mean scores of the GSSTP group showed significant, small to medium improvements relative to the WLC group on parent-reported child behaviour problems, parenting skills and confidence, and parental adjustment. Most of these improvements were maintained at 3- to 5-month follow-up. These results indicate that GSSTP is a promising intervention for improving child behaviour and parenting outcomes in a mixed-disability group

2019 Clinical child psychology and psychiatry Controlled trial quality: uncertain

192. Active Support Training, Staff Assistance, and Engagement of Individuals With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in the United States: Randomized Controlled Trial. (Abstract)

Active Support Training, Staff Assistance, and Engagement of Individuals With Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities in the United States: Randomized Controlled Trial. Two non-U.S. quasi-experimental studies reported Active Support training was associated with increased engagement in individuals with IDD, but no randomized controlled trials (RCTs) exist. We evaluated effects of Active Support training on staff assistance, and social and nonsocial engagement in 75 individuals (...) with intellectual and developmental disabilities (IDD) in U.S. group homes. We detected no significant effects of active support training. Individuals with more skills and less challenging behavior engaged more in nonsocial activities. Younger individuals with more skills living in homes with fewer staff changes were more socially engaged. Factors associated with nonsocial engagement mirrored those reported in Qian, Tichá, Larson, Stancliffe, & Wuorio, (2015) . Staffing-related implementation challenges

2019 American journal on intellectual and developmental disabilities Controlled trial quality: uncertain

193. Leap Motion Controller-based training for upper extremity rehabilitation in children and adolescents with physical disabilities: A randomized controlled trial. (Abstract)

Leap Motion Controller-based training for upper extremity rehabilitation in children and adolescents with physical disabilities: A randomized controlled trial. Randomized controlled trial.Juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), cerebral palsy (CP), and brachial plexus birth injury (BPBI) are the most common disorders that cause upper extremity impairments in children and adolescents. Leap Motion Controller-based training (LMCBT) is a novel therapeutic method for upper extremity rehabilitation.The (...) aim of the present study was to investigate the potential efficacy of an 8-week LMCBT program set as an upper extremity rehabilitation program by comparing conventional rehabilitation program in children and adolescents with physical disabilities such as JIA, CP, and BPBI.A randomized control trial which included children and adolescents of different disabilities (JIA, CP, BPBI) were grouped according to their diagnosis. All patients were randomized into 2 groups namely LMCBT (group I

2019 Journal of hand therapy : official journal of the American Society of Hand Therapists Controlled trial quality: uncertain

194. Robot-assisted gait training is not superior to intensive overground walking in multiple sclerosis with severe disability (the RAGTIME study): A randomized controlled trial. (Abstract)

Robot-assisted gait training is not superior to intensive overground walking in multiple sclerosis with severe disability (the RAGTIME study): A randomized controlled trial. Rehabilitation may attenuate the impact on mobility of patients with progressive multiple sclerosis (MS) and severe gait disabilities.In this randomized controlled trial, we compared robot-assisted gait training (RAGT) with conventional therapy (CT) in terms of gait speed, mobility, balance, fatigue and quality of life (QoL (...) ).Seventy-two patients with MS (expanded disability status scale score 6.0-7.0) were randomized to receive 12 training sessions over a 4-week period of RAGT ( n = 36) or overground walking therapy ( n = 36). The primary outcome was gait speed, assessed by the timed 25-foot walk test. Secondary outcome measures were walking endurance, balance, depression, fatigue and QoL. Tests were performed at baseline, intermediate, at the end of treatment and at a 3-month follow-up.Sixty-six patients completed

2019 Multiple sclerosis (Houndmills, Basingstoke, England) Controlled trial quality: uncertain

195. The impact of behavioural skills training on the knowledge, skills and well-being of front line staff in the intellectual disability sector: a clustered randomised control trial. (Abstract)

The impact of behavioural skills training on the knowledge, skills and well-being of front line staff in the intellectual disability sector: a clustered randomised control trial. Staff with varying backgrounds and educational qualifications can be effectively trained to implement procedures in line with evidence-based practice. Behavioural skills training (BST) is a competency-based training model used to effectively educate a broad selection of professionals, including front line staff (...) , in a range of work-related skills. However, BST has yet to be evaluated in a large group-based experiment.This study involved a parallel cluster randomised control trial. Six service sites, with a total of 54 participants, were randomised to the intervention condition using the 'coin toss' method. The intervention condition used BST to coach intellectual disability staff in reinforcement, systematic prompting, functional communication training and task analysis. Six service sites, with a total of 50

2019 Journal of intellectual disability research : JIDR Controlled trial quality: uncertain

196. Process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of PBS-based staff training for challenging behaviour in adults with intellectual disability. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Process evaluation of a randomised controlled trial of PBS-based staff training for challenging behaviour in adults with intellectual disability. Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) for challenging behaviour is a complex intervention. Process evaluation is pivotal in fully understanding the mechanisms and contextual factors that impact on participant outcomes.To conduct a process evaluation of a national clinical trial investigating the impact of PBS-based staff training on the level (...) of challenging behaviour in adults with intellectual disability.The Medical Research Council guidance for process evaluation of complex interventions was followed. Semi-structured interviews with 62 stakeholders from the intervention arm (service users, family and paid carers, service managers, staff who delivered the intervention and PBS trainers), quantitative data from the study database and an external evaluation of the quality of the PBS plans were used.Twenty-one health staff volunteered to be trained

2019 PloS one Controlled trial quality: uncertain

197. Eight Weeks of Inspiratory Muscle Training Improves Pulmonary Function in Disabled Swimmers-A Randomized Trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Eight Weeks of Inspiratory Muscle Training Improves Pulmonary Function in Disabled Swimmers-A Randomized Trial. According to the literature, inspiratory muscle fatigue may increase after swimming training (ST). This study aimed to examine the efficacy of 8-week inspiratory muscular training (IMT) in disabled swimmers, combined with standard sports training, on selected parameters of lung ventilation and the function of respiratory muscles.A total of 16 disabled swimming division athletes from (...) only in the IMT group. In ST group 1, a 20% improvement in the strength of inspiratory muscles was achieved.The inclusion of IMT is an important element that complements swimming training, allowing for greater increases in lung ventilation parameters and the strength of respiratory muscles in disabled swimmers.

2019 International journal of environmental research and public health Controlled trial quality: uncertain

198. Effects of High-Intensity Interval Training on Fitness and Health in Youth With Physical Disabilities. (Abstract)

Effects of High-Intensity Interval Training on Fitness and Health in Youth With Physical Disabilities. To investigate the effects of high-intensity interval training (HIT) on physical fitness and cardiometabolic health in youth with physical disabilities.For this quasi-experimental study 70 participants were recruited from schools for special education and divided into runners and users of wheelchairs. HIT was performed for 8 weeks, twice a week, containing 30 seconds all-out exercises.Exercise

2019 Pediatric physical therapy : the official publication of the Section on Pediatrics of the American Physical Therapy Association

199. Effects of Scapular Stabilization Exercise Training on Scapular Kinematics, Disability, and Pain in Subacromial Impingement: A Randomized Controlled Trial (Abstract)

Effects of Scapular Stabilization Exercise Training on Scapular Kinematics, Disability, and Pain in Subacromial Impingement: A Randomized Controlled Trial To investigate the effects of 2 different exercise programs on 3-dimensional scapular kinematics, disability, and pain in participants with subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS).Randomized controlled trial.Outpatient clinic and research laboratory.Participants who were diagnosed with SIS and who also exhibited scapular dyskinesis (N=30 (...) ).The participants were randomized in 2 different exercise groups: (1) shoulder girdle stretching and strengthening with additional scapular stabilization exercises based on a kinetic chain approach (intervention group), and (2) shoulder girdle stretching and strengthening exercises only (control group).Three-dimensional scapular kinematics, self-reported shoulder pain, and disability were evaluated at baseline, after 6 weeks of training, and after 12 weeks of training.Significant differences were observed

2017 EvidenceUpdates

200. cCBT for people with learning disabilities: Pesky gNATs #MHNR2017

and trained as a Clinical and Health Psychologist in Belgium. She completed her PhD studies at the University of East Anglia focusing on the development and evaluation of computer programmes to train CBT skills in people with learning disabilities. Leen is currently appointed as a junior professor of Psychological Interventions in Inclusive Contexts at Bielefeld University. She is particularly interested in how (assistive) technologies can promote inclusion. - Follow me here – Logging In... Profile (...) cCBT for people with learning disabilities: Pesky gNATs #MHNR2017 cCBT for people with learning disabilities: Pesky gNATs #MHNR2017 Search National Elf Service Search National Elf Service » » » » cCBT for people with learning disabilities: Pesky gNATs #MHNR2017 Sep 15 2017 Posted by A look through the on our sister blog (the Mental Elf) shows a wide variety of technology-supported interventions exist: ranging from smartphone applications and interactive internet-delivered interventions

2017 The Learning Disabilities Elf

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