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What is a Positive Intervention? Theoretical, Empirical and Experiential Perspectives.
(Universidad de Palermo, 2009)
Three interrelated threads of inquiry -theoretical, empirical, and experiential- are pursued to answer one fundamental question: what is a positive intervention? Part 1 proposes a theoretical definition of the term ...
Impact of an intervention on the availability and consumption of fruits and vegetables in the workplace
(CAMBRIDGE UNIV PRESS, 2011)
Objective: To evaluate the impact of an educational and environmental intervention on the availability and consumption of fruits and vegetables in workplace cafeterias. Design: This was a randomized intervention study ...
Dose evaluation in medical staff during interventional radiology procedures
Interventional Radiology is the radiology modality that provides the highest dose values to medical staff. Recent researches show that personal dosimeters may underestimate dose values in interventional physicians, especially ...
Influence of Physician Factors on the Effectiveness of a Continuing Medical Education Intervention
Background and Objectives: Continuing medical education (CME) is essential for improving the quality of care in primary health care settings. This study’s objective was to determine how the characteristics of family ...
Nonpharmacological interventions to reduce behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia: A systematic review
Introduction. Behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia (BPSD) are defined as a group of symptoms of disturbed perceptive thought content, mood, or behavior that include agitation, depression, apathy, repetitive ...
Effect of a nutrition educational intervention in a work environment
(Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutrición, 2017)
The objective is to evaluate a nutrition educational intervention in a work place. This is a quasi-experimental and four-month longitudinal study in 90 participants (44 women and 46 men), average age 29.3 +/- 5.4 years, ...