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The Impact of Depression on Chronic Illness: Prevalence, Risk Factors, Screening Tools and Effective Treatments By Valerie S. Brandal, Psy.D.
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The relationship between depression and chronic illness is reviewed with concentration on the latest research. The purpose of this doctoral project was to examine the prevalence of depression in... More > patients with chronic illness, discover valid and reliable screening tools, explore potential risk factors for developing depression, and learn about proven effective treatment interventions. Quality of life is greatly effected by depression and co-occurring chronic physical illness because of the functional limitations that symptoms impose upon individuals. Depression can exacerbate inpatient hospitalizations, frequent doctor's office and emergency room visits, and individual efforts to self-manage chronic physical illnesses. It appears reasonable to assume that appropriate psychological interventions have the potential to reduce the number of visits to the emergency room, hospital, and/or doctor's office while increasing the individual's ability to provide self-care.< Less
Australian GP perceptions of at-risk drinking By Michael Tam
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At-risk drinking is common in Australia. Validated screening tools such as the AUDIT-C have been promoted to general practitioners, but appear rarely used. Detection of at-risk drinking remains... More > low. This masters research thesis, at the New South Wales Institute of Psychiatry, explores and describes Australian general practitioner beliefs and attitudes on the detection and screening of at-risk drinking. It seeks to understand the low uptake of alcohol screening questionnaires in general practice, the potential role of the AUDIT-C, and the overall low detection rate of at-risk drinking.< Less
Human Papillomaviruses and Carcinoma cervix (Newer tools for screening and detection of HPVs) By Pradyot Prakash et al.
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In this book, a comprehensive review has been presented to apprise readers regarding the most commonly sexually transmitted infectious agent, Human Papillomavirus; and its role in causation in... More > Carcinoma cervix. Further, we have briefly presented important aspects of diagnosis and management of Carcinoma cervix. We have also tried to compile different tools which have been developed to screen Carcinoma cervix. Greater emphasis has been given to nucleic acid based HPV detection tools, especially in-house protocol, which has been developed to detect HR HPVs; and to screen women at risk of carcinoma cervix. We hope that this book shall help clinicians, pathologists, microbiologists and molecular biologists in the better understanding of the subject and also in dealing with the screening and early diagnosis of carcinoma cervix in women.< Less
Development of a Targeted Lead Risk Identification Approach Using Publicly Available Data By Amy Kletzien
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The proposed approach in this thesis uses publicly available data to develop a model to identify children most at-risk for elevated blood lead levels. The data used in this thesis includes IDEM and... More > U.S. EPA soil sampling results for lead, blood lead data derived from the soil lead data, U.S. Census Bureau demographic data, and housing information. The proposed method would allow health professionals to develop focused blood lead screening guidelines to maximize the limited personnel and funding while minimizing the number of at-risk children not receiving blood screenings for lead.< Less
Common Lower Extremity Injuries Affecting Female Dancers and a Proposed Screening Tool for Identifying Dancers Prone to Injury By William Hanney
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"Dance medicine" is a developing field of medical study focused on healthcare-related issues specific to the art and sport of dance. Caring for dancers is complicated based upon dancers'... More > needs for strength, stability, and endurance while still maintaining essential flexibility. This Capstone project consists of a comprehensive literature review establishing injury trends among female dancers and a proposed screening tool meant to identify characteristics which could put a female dancer at risk for injury. -Victoria Morgan< Less
Common Lower Extremity Injuries Affecting Female Dancers and a Proposed Screening Tool for Identifying Dancers Prone to Injury By William Hanney
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"Dance medicine" is a developing field of medical study focused on healthcare-related issues specific to the art and sport of dance. Caring for dancers is complicated based upon dancers'... More > needs for strength, stability, and endurance while still maintaining essential flexibility. This Capstone project consists of a comprehensive literature review establishing injury trends among female dancers and a proposed screening tool meant to identify characteristics which could put a female dancer at risk for injury. -Victoria Morgan< Less
USING THE GAD-7 SELF ANXIETY TEST TO COMPARE EFFECTS OF RESISTANCE TRAINING ON STUDENTS AT RISK OF ANXIETY By CHELSEA CARRE
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Emerging research is exploring the effects of exercise on mental health, especially anxiety levels. The purpose of this study was to use the GAD-7 self-anxiety test to compare the effects of... More > resistance training on students at risk of anxiety. Twelve sedentary college females were selected and strategically placed into either group to ensure equality of anxiety scores. All participants took the screening test at the beginning and at the end of the experiment. Participants in the experimental group performed a resistance training program designed by the experimenter three times a week for four weeks, while the control group remained sedentary. The resistance training group rotated the muscle groups exercised to reduce fatigue and satiation. Having the same number of anxiety levels in each group was crucial for data analysis. The Mixed Models Analysis could not determine significance. Though the results were not significant, anxiety scores in the experimental group decreased and increased in the control group.< Less
Epigenetic Service By Lauren George
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Epigenetics, encompassing the wide range of heritable changes in gene expression, which do not result from an alteration in the DNA sequence itself. Epigenetic changes often precede disease... More > pathology, making them valuable diagnostic indicators for disease risk or prognostic indicators for disease progression.< Less
Approval of Projects Based on Payback Period By Homework Help Classof1
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The following projects are being considered by the Corporate Investment Committee who has an investment budget of $1,000,000. The budget is forup front investments in the current year only. Project... More > approval will be granted if the payback is achieved within 3 years. Which ones will be funded?.< Less
NRS 434V WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT BENCHMARK ASSIGNMENT By Jon Snow
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NRS 434V WEEK 3 ASSIGNMENT BENCHMARK ASSIGNMENT Just Click on Below Link to Download This Course: http://www.tutorialsexperts.com/product/nrs-434v-week-3-assignment-benchmark-assignment/ NRS 434V... More > Week 3 Assignment Benchmark Assignment NRS434V NRS 434V Week 3 Assignment Benchmark Assignment Health Screening and History of an Adolescent or Young Adult Client Details: In this assignment, you will be completing a comprehensive health screening and history on a young adult. To complete this assignment, do the following:< Less

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