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Caring for organ donors: The intensive care unit nurses' view
The nursing care for patients who are pronounced brain-dead but kept alive to serve as organ donors demands technical-scientific skills and the ability to handle situations that are often in conflict with the traditional ...
Changing attitudes, beliefs and feelings towards food in bulimic patients
(ARCHIVOS LATINOAMERICANOS NUTRICION, 2008)
Eating attitudes are defined as beliefs. thoughts, feelings and behaviors towards food. Bulimia nervosa (BN) is ail eating disorder, in which the eating, attitudes are Seriously disturbed. Studies that evaluated nutritional ...
Teachers’ Attitudes and the Implementation of a Curriculum Innovation During Its Early Stages at a Primary School in Central Trinidad: A Case Study
This case study investigated teachers’ attitudes during the early stages of the implementation of the new primary school curriculum at a primary school in the Caroni Educational District in Trinidad and Tobago. Data were ...
Atitudes sobre a velhice e convivência intergeracional: professores, familiares e crianças do ensino fundamental
(Universidade Federal de São CarlosUFSCarPrograma de Pós-graduação em Educação EspecialCâmpus São Carlos, 2018-06-29)
Studies focusing on the perspective of attitudes related to aging have pointed out how these can influence social structures and the treatment given to the elderly. This study answered the following objective: To identify ...
Food attitudes and well-being: The role of culture
Previous cross-cultural studies have found differences in food attitudes. For example, Americans are more concerned about weight gain than people from France and India. This study aimed to add on the literature on ...
Knowledge, attitude and behaviour regarding hepatitis C virus infection amongst Brazilian dental students
Aim: Dental health professionals, including dental students, are at high risk of exposure to infection with the hepatitis C virus (HCV) through occupational percutaneous injuries and eye exposure. Further, fear of HCV ...