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Lessons from the trenches: Meeting evaluation challenges in school health education
(American School Health Association, 2012-01)
BACKGROUND: Those involved in school health education programs generally believe that health-education programs can play an important role in helping young people make positive health decisions. Thus, it is to document ...
A Correlational Study Of A Reading Comprehension Program And Attrition Rates Of ESL Nursing Students In Texas
Decreasing the attrition rate of nursing students has become an important issue for programs in Texas as a means to alleviate the nursing shortage (THECB, 2009). Programs are admitting a more diverse group of students but ...
A Comparison Of Instructor Audio-video With Text-based Feedback Versus Text-based Feedback Alone On Students' Perceptions Of Community Of Inquiry Among Rn-to-bsn Online Students
In order to meet the healthcare needs of the US population, Registered Nurses (RNs), with Bachelor of Science in Nursing degrees, are needed. This descriptive posttest study, with independent samples, examined the use of ...
Validation Of A Transcutaneous Bilirubin Nomogram In Identifying Hispanic Neonates At Risk For Hyperbilirubinemia
All newborns are at potential risk of adverse outcomes if they are not monitored for hyperbilirubinemia or if treatment for this problem is inadequate. Strategies are needed to accurately identify those newborns with ...
Exploration Of The Cultural Beliefs In Mexican American Young Adult Childhood Cancer Survivors And Their Decisions To Engage In Cancer Screening Behaviors
Gaps in the literature exist exploring the cultural beliefs and the cancer screening practices in Mexican American (MA) young adult childhood cancer survivors (YACCS). Lack of representation of MA in past survivor research ...
The Seven Rs of Supporting Opinion and Avoiding Plagiarism
Clinical Significance Of Chronic Kidney Disease In The Elderly
Background: Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is a common chronic disease which can be very costly to treat if it progresses to end stage renal disease. Screening for chronic renal insufficiency is widely available, yet little ...
The Relationship Among Spirituality, Self-efficacy, And Quality Of Life In Adults With Sickle Cell Disease
For the individual with sickle cell disease (SCD), the lifespan is increasing but adults report decreased quality of life (QOL), low self-efficacy, and ineffective coping skills. The care of adult patients with SCD requires ...
A Collaboration between UTA and the Urban Inter-Tribal Center of Texas: Assessing the needs of the American Indian Population in Texas - Phase I
(The University of Texas Arlington, 2017)
Seventy-eight percent of all American Indians now live in cities, rather than on reservations. The Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area illustrates this history of urbanization with its population of more than 60,000 American ...
A Narrative Analysis Of Women's Adaptation Following Sexual Assault
Sexual assault against women violates every area of their lives: safety, security, physical health, and social status. Available evidence is inadequate to guide interventions to promote effective adaptation following ...