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Factors associated with regular sunscreen use by medical students of a Peruvian university
(Pacini Editore, 2016)
INTRODUCTION: Use of sunscreen is encouraged to reduce the risk of skin pathologies caused by radiation. It is important to acknowledge the associated factors that promote or hinder sunscreen use in young populations as ...
Scientific literacy and nature of science as it impacts on boys' achievement in South Trinidad
This study sought to examine the impact of a unit of lessons infused with the "Nature of Science" on students' scientific literacy and achievement. Data were collected from the Nature of Science and literacy surveys ...
Use, knowledge, and perception of the scientific contribution of Sci-Hub in medical students: Study in six countries in Latin America
(Public Library of Science, 2017)
INTRODUCTION: Sci-Hub is a useful web portal for people working in science as it provides access to millions of free scientific articles. Satisfaction and usage should be explored in the Latino student population. The ...
Shared decision making in senior medical students: results from a national survey
(SAGE Publications, 2015)
PURPOSE: To explore perceptions and experiences of Peruvian medical students about observed, preferred, and feasible decision-making approaches. METHODS: We surveyed senior medical students from 19 teaching hospitals in 4 ...
Phonological remediation program in students with developmental dyslexia
Background: program for phonological remediation in developmental dyslexia. Aim: to verify the efficacy of a program for phonological remediation in students with developmental dyslexia. Specific goals of this study involved ...
Ethnic and gender differences in self-reported achievement and achievement-related attitudes in secondary school students in Trinidad
(School of Education, UWI, St. Augustine, 2006)
This study examined self-reported achievement, achievement-related behaviours, and achievement-related attitudes of 1,434 students attending secondary schools in Trinidad. Females reported higher achievement than males, ...