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121. Effectiveness of Information Processing Strategy Training on Academic Task Performance in Children with Learning Disabilities: A Pilot Study Full Text available with Trip Pro

Effectiveness of Information Processing Strategy Training on Academic Task Performance in Children with Learning Disabilities: A Pilot Study Learning disabilities (LD) can be associated with problems in the four stages of information processing used in learning: input, throughput, output, and feedback. These problems affect the child's ability to learn and perform activities in daily life, especially during academic activities. This study is a pilot study aimed at investigating (...) the effectiveness of information processing strategy training using a combination of two approaches that address the ability to apply processing strategies during academic activities in children with LD. The two approaches are the Perceive, Recall, Plan, and Perform (PRPP) System of Intervention, which is a strategy training intervention, and the Four-Quadrant Model (4QM) of Facilitated Learning approach, which is a systematic facilitator technique. Twenty children with LD were assigned to two groups

2017 Occupational therapy international Controlled trial quality: uncertain

122. Communities in action: developing a dental ambassador training programme for adults with learning disability. (Abstract)

Communities in action: developing a dental ambassador training programme for adults with learning disability. Adults with learning disabilities may be at higher risk of poor oral health. The community outreach programme attached to Plymouth University Peninsula Dental School used established links with local agencies for this group to try out an intervention using service users as dental ambassadors. A programme was developed to meet the needs of the group and training in oral health key (...) messages was provided along with support in presentation skills. Early evaluation shows promise in terms of feasibility, interest and improved self-care. Public health competencies being illustrated: Strategic leadership, communication, teaching and training, and collaborative working for health and oral health improvement.Copyright© 2017 Dennis Barber Ltd.

2017 Community dental health

123. Global school health initiatives: achieving health and education outcomes: report of a meeting, Bangkok, Thailand, 23–25 November 2015

Global school health initiatives: achieving health and education outcomes: report of a meeting, Bangkok, Thailand, 23–25 November 2015 Global school health initiatives: achieving health and education outcomes: report of a meeting, Bangkok, Thailand, 23–25 November 2015 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 Global school health initiatives: achieving health (...) and education outcomes: report of a meeting, Bangkok, Thailand, 23–25 November 2015 View/ Open Rights View Statistics Altmetrics Share Citation World Health Organization . (‎2017)‎. Global school health initiatives: achieving health and education outcomes: report of a meeting, Bangkok, Thailand, 23–25 November 2015. World Health Organization. . License: CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 IGO Description 26 p. Gov't Doc # WHO/NMH/PND/17.7 Collections Language English Metadata Related items Showing items related by title

2017 WHO

124. Strengthening quality midwifery education: WHO meeting report, July 25-26, 2016: in support of Global strategy for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health 2016–30, Global strategy for human resources for health: workforce 2030

Strengthening quality midwifery education: WHO meeting report, July 25-26, 2016: in support of Global strategy for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health 2016–30, Global strategy for human resources for health: workforce 2030 Strengthening quality midwifery education: WHO meeting report, July 25-26, 2016: in support of Global strategy for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health 2016–30, Global strategy for human resources for health: workforce 2030 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 Strengthening quality midwifery education: WHO meeting report, July 25-26, 2016: in support of Global strategy for women’s, children’s and adolescents’ health 2016–30, Global strategy for human resources for health: workforce 2030 View/ Open Rights View Statistics Altmetrics Share Citation World Health Organization . (‎2017)‎. Strengthening quality midwifery education

2017 WHO

125. Evidence for Therapeutic Patient Education Interventions to Promote Cardiovascular Patient Self-Management: A Scientific Statement for Healthcare Professionals From the American Heart Association Full Text available with Trip Pro

education delivered by RN × 6 wk Monthly BP feedback with phone calls by bilingual community health workers 12 mo Improvements at 18 mo Self-efficacy for BP control (P =0.001) HBP knowledge (P=0.001) Depression (P=0.04) Medication adherence (P=0.06) McManus et al 38 (2010) RCT N=527 I=263 C=264 Self-management intervention including: BP self-monitoring Self-titration of drugs Telemonitoring of BP 2 Training sessions provided by research team for intervention group 12 mo Reduced SBP (P=0.0004) Increased (...) in intervention group Improved self-efficacy (P=0.0026), knowledge (P=0.001), and self-care behavior (P=0.001) in intervention group DeWalt et al 71 (2012) RCT comparative effectiveness N=605 I=303 C=302 Clinic UC=Single-session literacy- sensitive training education I=Multisession literacy- sensitive training + F/U 1:1 In-person 40-min verbal instruction by health educator and 5–8 10-min phone calls and printed educational materials 12 mo NS difference in hospitalization or mortality by group (single session

2017 American Heart Association

126. Education is a modifiable risk factor: let’s look to improving education to rid ourselves of health inequities

, education is a modifiable risk factor no different from high cholesterol or high blood sugar. Increasing education attainment The effort needed isn’t that high, as the most striking gap in health is between completing and not completing high school. from acute situations such as hospitalization, pregnancy and changing schools, to more chronic occurrences such as learning disabilities, family and financial challenges. Drop-outs tend to be less in schools in which students feel engaged and part (...) Education is a modifiable risk factor: let’s look to improving education to rid ourselves of health inequities Education is a modifiable risk factor: let’s look to improving education to rid ourselves of health inequities | BJSM blog - social media's leading SEM voice by By Dr. Scott Lear As thousands of students return to school this September to learn about the three Rs (reading, writing and arithmetic), we should add another R to the list: reducing disease and death. When it comes to health

2019 British Journal of Sports Medicine Blog

127. Patient Educators: how important is the patient in health care professional education? Amelia Swift

, 2017. Frank AW. The wounded storyteller: body, illness and ethics . Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. Ryan C, Wilson G, Dismore L, et al. Flo’s story: the development of a facebook learning object for health and social care students about persistent pain in older people. Pain and Rehabilitation – the Journal of the Physiotherapy Pain Association 2015; 38 :9-17. Oswald AE, Bell MJ, Wiseman J, et al. The impact of trained patient educators on musculoskeletal clinical skills attainment (...) in pre-clerkship medical students. BMC Medical Education 2011; 11 :65. Rule AC. Editorial: the components of authentic learning. Journal of Authentic Learning 2006; 3 (1):1-10. Thacker A, Crabb N, Perez W, et al. How (and why) to employ simulated patients with intellectual disabilities. Clinical Teacher 2007; 4 (1):15-20. Costello J, Horne M. Patients as teachers? An evaluative study of patients’ involvement in classroom teaching. Nurse Education in Practice 2001; 1 (2):94-102. (Visited 135 times, 1

2019 Evidence-Based Nursing blog

128. Web-Based Intervention Designed to Educate and Improve Adherence Through Learning to Use Continuous Glucose Monitoring

Web-Based Intervention Designed to Educate and Improve Adherence Through Learning to Use Continuous Glucose Monitoring Web-Based Intervention Designed to Educate and Improve Adherence Through Learning to Use Continuous Glucose Monitoring - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum (...) number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Web-Based Intervention Designed to Educate and Improve Adherence Through Learning to Use Continuous Glucose Monitoring (IDEAL CGM) The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators. Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. Read our for details. ClinicalTrials.gov Identifier: NCT03367351 Recruitment Status

2017 Clinical Trials

129. Sexuality Education Intervention for Parents of Children with Disabilities: A Pilot Training Program Full Text available with Trip Pro

Sexuality Education Intervention for Parents of Children with Disabilities: A Pilot Training Program The purpose of the study is to evaluate pilot sexuality education intervention for parents of children with disabilities between ages of 6 and 25 years old. A within subjects design was utilized and 15 parents of children with disabilities were recruited to receive a two-week sexuality education without a control group. A paired-samples t-test results showed that there was a significant (...) difference between the participants' pre-test and post intervention scores in their: attitude and beliefs, sexual communication, knowledge, and self-efficacy of sexuality education among children with disabilities (all p<.001). The intervention change the participants sexual communication behavior and increased knowledge about sexuality education with children with disabilities.

2016 American journal of health studies Controlled trial quality: uncertain

130. Effectiveness of a cross-circuit exercise training program in improving the fitness of overweight or obese adolescents with intellectual disability enrolled in special education schools. (Abstract)

Effectiveness of a cross-circuit exercise training program in improving the fitness of overweight or obese adolescents with intellectual disability enrolled in special education schools. This study assessed the effects of a cross-circuit training intervention program on the body composition, cardiorespiratory fitness, balance, and muscular strength endurance of overweight or obese students with intellectual disability. A total of 43 students with intellectual disability (aged 13-19 years) were (...) program. Moreover, the exercise tolerance test (including total exercise time and maximal heart rate), dynamic balance, sit-up, and vertical jump performance of the participants improved significantly. In conclusion, the cross-circuit training program effectively improved cardiorespiratory fitness, dynamic balance, muscular strength and endurance, and weight control in overweight or obese students with intellectual disability enrolled in a special education school.Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All

2016 Research in developmental disabilities

131. Service user perspectives on palliative care education for health and social care professionals supporting people with learning disabilities. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Service user perspectives on palliative care education for health and social care professionals supporting people with learning disabilities. Evidence from European and American studies indicates limited referrals of people with learning (intellectual) disabilities to palliative care services. Although professionals' perceptions of their training needs in this area have been studied, the perceptions of people with learning disabilities and family carers are not known. This study aimed to elicit (...) the views of people with learning disabilities, and their family carers concerning palliative care, to inform healthcare professional education and training.A qualitative, exploratory design was used. A total of 17 people with learning disabilities were recruited to two focus groups which took place within an advocacy network. Additionally, three family carers of someone with a learning disability, requiring palliative care, and two family carers who had been bereaved recently were also

2015 BMJ Supportive & Palliative Care

132. THE INFLUENCE OF EDUCATIONAL DANCE ON THE MOTOR DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN. Full Text available with Trip Pro

, Brazil). Children were randomized by lot in two groups (intervention and control). Children with intellectual and/or physical disabilities and the premature ones were excluded from the analysis. The two groups had their motor development evaluated in three moments: before the intervention, after the intervention and six to eight months after the end of the intervention. The intervention group participated in an educational dance class program for seven months. Control and intervention groups were (...) THE INFLUENCE OF EDUCATIONAL DANCE ON THE MOTOR DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN. The purpose of this study was to compare the motor development of children who practiced educational dance with the motor development of children who did not practice it and to verify the results obtained after six to eight months after the end of the intervention.The study was carried out with 85 children enrolled in the first year of elementary school in two schools located in the south of São Paulo city (São Paulo

2019 Revista paulista de pediatria : orgao oficial da Sociedade de Pediatria de Sao Paulo Controlled trial quality: uncertain

133. Effects of motor control exercise and patient education program in the management of chronic low back pain among community-dwelling adults in rural Nigeria: a study protocol for a randomized clinical trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

performance.This will be the first community-based trial to assess the benefits of exercise and education in the management of CLBP among adults in rural Nigeria. The study may provide a relatively inexpensive, assessable, and effective alternative intervention for reducing CLBP disability in a low-resource rural Nigerian community. Trial registration:This study is registered at ClinicalTrial.gov and the trial registration number is NCT03393104. (...) Effects of motor control exercise and patient education program in the management of chronic low back pain among community-dwelling adults in rural Nigeria: a study protocol for a randomized clinical trial. The impact of chronic low back pain (CLBP) is disproportionally higher in rural Nigeria than in urban areas but lack access to rehabilitation. While exercise and education are commonly advocated interventions for the rehabilitation of CLBP, there is a paucity of community-based randomized

2019 Integrative medicine research Controlled trial quality: uncertain

134. App-based multidisciplinary back pain treatment versus combined physiotherapy plus online education: a randomized controlled trial. Full Text available with Trip Pro

App-based multidisciplinary back pain treatment versus combined physiotherapy plus online education: a randomized controlled trial. Non-specific low back pain (LBP) is one of the leading causes of global disability. Multidisciplinary pain treatment (MPT) programs comprising educational, physical, and psychological interventions have shown positive treatment effects on LBP. Nonetheless, such programs are costly and treatment opportunities are often limited to specialized medical centers. mHealth (...) , the Kaia App was provided for 3 months. Control treatment consisted of six individual physiotherapy sessions over 6 weeks and high-quality online education. The primary outcome, pain intensity, was assessed at 12-week follow-up on an 11-point numeric rating scale (NRS). Our per-protocol analysis showed no significant differences between the groups at baseline (Kaia App group: M = 5.10 (SD = 1.07) vs. control group: M = 5.41 (SD = 1.15). At 12-week follow-up the Kaia App group reported significantly

2019 NPJ digital medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

135. Combined education and patient-led goal setting intervention reduced chronic low back pain disability and intensity at 12 months: a randomised controlled trial. (Abstract)

Combined education and patient-led goal setting intervention reduced chronic low back pain disability and intensity at 12 months: a randomised controlled trial. One model of care that has not been tested for chronic low back pain (LBP) is patient-led goal setting. We aimed to compare the clinical effectiveness and healthcare use of a patient-led goal setting approach (intervention) with simple advice to exercise (control) over 12 months.An assessor-blinded randomised controlled trial (...) . Intervention was education combined with patient-led goal setting compared with a control group receiving a standardised exercise programme. The primary outcomes were back pain disability and pain intensity. Secondary outcomes were quality of life, kinesiophobia, self-efficacy, depression, anxiety and stress. Outcomes and healthcare use were assessed immediately post-treatment (2 months) and after 4 and 12 months. Analysis was by intention to treat.Seventy-five patients were randomly assigned to either

2019 British Journal of Sports Medicine Controlled trial quality: predicted high

136. Lessons learned from a blended telephone/e-health platform for caregivers in promoting physical activity and nutrition in children with a mobility disability. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Lessons learned from a blended telephone/e-health platform for caregivers in promoting physical activity and nutrition in children with a mobility disability. Children with physical disabilities report higher rates of sedentary lifestyle and unhealthy dietary patterns than non-disabled peers. These behaviors can increase comorbidities, caregiver burden, and healthcare costs. Innovative interventions are needed to assist caregivers of children with physical disabilities improve health behaviors (...) disability, but technology must be balanced with ease of use for parents while also engaging the child.Copyright © 2019 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

2020 Disability and health journal Controlled trial quality: uncertain

137. The keys to learning for university students with disabilities: Motivation, emotion and faculty-student relationships. Full Text available with Trip Pro

has hitherto been paid to motivation, emotion and the importance of faculty-student relationships in the learning processes of students with disabilities. In this study, 119 faculty members from 10 Spanish universities who engage in inclusive practices in all areas of knowledge recounted, in response to questions asked during a semi-structured interview, how they motivated and related to their students. The conclusion reached is that students with disabilities are more motivated than their fellow (...) The keys to learning for university students with disabilities: Motivation, emotion and faculty-student relationships. The affective-emotional dimension may constitute a key element in teaching and learning processes. It is linked to relationship between faculty and students and may help foster students with disabilities' motivation to learn and remain at university. This is the approach adopted in this article, which aims to fill a gap detected in the literature, since very little attention

2019 PLoS ONE

138. Advancing research opportunities and promoting pathways in graduate education: a systemic approach to BUILD training at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) Full Text available with Trip Pro

Advancing research opportunities and promoting pathways in graduate education: a systemic approach to BUILD training at California State University, Long Beach (CSULB) First-generation college graduates, racial and ethnic minorities, people with disabilities, and those from disadvantaged backgrounds are gravely underrepresented in the health research workforce representing behavioral health sciences and biomedical sciences and engineering (BHS/BSE). Furthermore, relative to their peers, very (...) few students from these underrepresented groups (URGs) earn scientific bachelor's degrees with even fewer earning doctorate degrees. Therefore, programs that engage and retain URGs in health-related research careers early on in their career path are imperative to promote the diversity of well-trained research scientists who have the ability to address the nation's complex health challenges in an interdisciplinary way. The purpose of this paper is to describe the challenges, lessons learned

2017 BMC proceedings

139. Learning disabilities: Scenario: Behaviour that challenges and mental health problems

disabilities. Parent training programmes specifically designed for parents or carers of children with learning disabilities can be considered to help prevent or treat mental health problems in the child, and to support carer wellbeing. The nature, content, and delivery of any interventions should be adjusted to take into account the impact of the person's learning disability and 'behaviour that challenges'. Ensure that the person understands the purpose, plan and content of any intervention before (...) it starts, and regularly throughout. If prescribing medication: Be aware that only primary care practitioners with training/expertise in the care of people with a learning disability should initiate treatment with psychotropic drugs. Additionally, specialists with expertise in treating mental health problems in people with learning disabilities should start medication in adults with more severe learning disabilities (unless there are locally agreed protocols for shared care) and children and young

2018 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

140. Learning disabilities

Learning disabilities Learning disabilities | Topics A to Z | CKS | NICE Search CKS… Menu Learning disabilities Learning disabilities Last revised in October 2018 Lower intellectual ability and social functioning < age 18 Diagnosis Management Background information Learning disabilities: Summary Definitions of learning disability generally encompass three core components: Lower intellectual ability (usually an IQ of less than 70). Significant impairment of social or adaptive functioning. Onset (...) in childhood. People with milder learning disabilities may be able to live independently and care for themselves, manage everyday tasks, work in paid employment, communicate their needs and wishes, have some language skills, and may have additional needs that are not clear to people who do not know them well. People with more severe learning disabilities are more likely to need support with daily activities such as dressing, washing, food preparation, and keeping themselves safe, have limited or no verbal

2018 NICE Clinical Knowledge Summaries

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