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Khalid, Khalizani - - 2011
Problem statement: This study aimed to examine the impacts of employee's rewards and employee's motivation on employee's job satisfaction between public and private water utility organization in Malaysia. Approach: A total of 689 employees from both sectors participated. While hierarchical regression analysis was conducted to test the relationship between employee's ...
Tsui, Ming - - 2011
Problem statement: Stereotype threat has repeatedly been shown to depress women's scores on difficult math tests. An attempt to replicate these findings in China found no support for the stereotype threat hypothesis.
Zeng, Howard - - 2011
Problem statement: Identifying and understanding correlates of school children's physical education activity participation are critical to promoting current and lifelong physical activity participation of children. Among other factors, children's attitudes are considered to be a key element influencing physical activity participation. Children who have more positive attitudes toward physical activity ...
Curelaru, Mihai - - 2011
Problem statement: Sports and movement activities play an important role in the harmonious development of children; Special attention should be paid to the factors influencing their involvement in sportive activities. The aim of this study was related to identifying possible psychosocial correlates of the need for physical education and sports ...
Damanhouri, Mohammad Said - - 2011
Problem statement: Health care in Jordan and planning for health policies especially in sector of comprehensive health centers. Approach: This study aimed to explore the level of satisfaction of those who beneficiaries from services which offered by health care center at Suweileh region, west Amman. The study was implemented on ...
Yassin, Sulaiman - - 2011
Problem statement: Pahang and Muar Rivers are two major rivers in Malaysia. In the past, these two rivers did play an important role in flourishing the economic activities of the local community and upgrading their quality of life. Does the community along these two rivers have a good quality of ...
Phengphol, Nitchapanrawee - - 2011
Problem statement: The problem of research is derived from a lack of study and understanding about the production of condiment Isan food and ingredients being introduced into commercial, even though Isan food is popular among consumers, widespread both inside and outside the country. The government introduced a policy to expand ...
Guzeller, Oktay - - 2011
Problem statement: Computer being indispensable in our daily lives came into use in all fields of education. Use of computer for education activities became mandatory. This research is an experimental research performed by use of computer in science and technology and is important in terms of serving science education. General ...
Suwanamphai, Samanchai - - 2011
Problem statement: The use of water buffalo labor for farming and tie between rice farmers and water buffaloes at present are greatly decreasing because rice farmers give more importance to modern ploughing machines than water buffaloes. Water buffalo rising and traditions and rituals involving them which have been useful to ...
Carmen, Rachita - - 2011
Problem statement: At the behavioral manifestation of acts of physical education class at university is motivation. Purpose: Modeling the characteristics of personality and motivation of medical student's development following the establishment of an appropriate methodology to act in university physical education lessons by developing and implementing a strategic program included ...
Baffoe, Michael - - 2011
Problem statement: The interest in immigrant children and children of immigrants has been growing recently. There is a gap in the literature on current knowledge on the integration and adaptation conditions of the new second generation of immigrants. For teenage youth growing up in diaspora settings, the issue of identity ...
Connors, Bill - - 2011
Grantham, Dennis - - 2011
Timmons, Jean - - 2011
The assistant theatre practitioner (ATP) is increasingly being developed across a range of healthcare settings to support the role of the registered practitioner (Skills for Health 2010). Where ATPs take on roles that were previously the domain of registered practitioners, it is essential that safety and quality of care is ...
Rymaruk, Sophy - - 2011
'On the day' cancellations carry significant consequences. This article reviews all cases that were cancelled on the day of surgery within the general surgical directorate of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield from 2005 - 2010. 978 cancellations were made on the day of surgery. Most significant reasons were due to ...
Dawkins, Sarah - - 2011
A review of current literature highlighted the lack of national or local guidelines for post anaesthetic care unit (PACU) practitioners/recovery room nurses to extubate their own patients. This article documents the findings of a systematic literature review and gives simple diagrammatic representations from a comprehensive flow chart that has been ...
Findlay, John - - 2011
The UK Hospital at Night (H@N) programme is hypothesised to improve efficiency of out-of-hours care. No studies have assessed a surgical programme or mechanisms of effect. This prospective study aimed to do so in a trauma and orthopaedic department over 10 weeks. Senior house officers recorded night shift activity. Mean ...
Ellis, Harold - - 2011
The syndrome of bladder neck obstruction, often leading to retention of urine, in ageing men has been recognised since earliest times.
Chewter, Michelle - - 2011
I am an operating department practitioner (ODP) who routinely applies cricoid pressure under the direction of an anaesthetist in order to prevent gastric aspiration. This article examines the current use of cricoid pressure in anaesthetics.
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Lawrence, Megan - - 2011
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