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Harley, Lisa - - 2011
At the home peritoneal dialysis unit (HPDU) of the University Health Network in Toronto, Ontario, we offer training to help patients perform peritoneal dialysis at home with ongoing support, which includes clinic visits and on-call services. Not every patient is able to carry out independent dialysis, however. Additional support at ...
Costantini, Lucia - - 2011
The objective of this study was to develop a norm-referenced tool that would measure the self-care abilities and behaviours for adults requiring dialysis therapy. Guided by the Self-Care Deficit Nursing Theory (Orem, 2001) and an extensive review of the research literature, the Lay Care Giving for Adults on Dialysis tool ...
Brunier, Gillian - - 2011
Some of the key strategic goals of CANNT are to disseminate educational materials to CANNT members; profile scientific research; and to provide opportunities for nephrology colleagues to network.
Wile, Colleen - - 2011
Quesnelle, Rejean - - 2011
Gray, Christopher - - 2011
Problem statement: Democracy is assumed to be the best mode of governance for every group. This assumption is put in question by making the following observations. Democracy is governance in view of equality. Governance is an activity in groups or institutions. Conclusion/Recommendations: Institutions function for ends or intentions. The only ...
Jangprajuck, Thanmanee - - 2011
Problem statement: The pottery was an importance manufacture of Thai rural. The objectives of this research were to study: (1) the historical background of pottery in Central Region, (2) the network of pottery in Central Region and (3) the development of network of pottery fro developing the community business strength ...
Srisuwan, Wansart - - 2011
Problem statement: Cultural tourism plays an important role in the economy system of Thailand. This study, therefore, aims to investigate the following: (1) The tourism conditions in the community of Taa-Pee River Basin and also; (2) The possible guideline of organizing the cultural tourism, by all means, seeking active cooperation ...
Kaeolan, Phra Khru Winithon - - 2011
Problem statement: Currently people in general dislike listening to dharma because they view that it is only a ritual. Three major reasons why people dislike listening to dharma include: preachers themselves, preaching contents and presenting methods. The reasons as mentioned can cause people not to like listening to dharma. Faith ...
Zakaria, Zaherawati - - 2011
Problem statement: Service quality has emerged as a key strategic issue in management. The service quality assessment tool SERVQUAL was introduced the dimensions of tangibles, reliability, responsiveness and assurance and empathy dimensions of service quality. Approach: The objective of this study is to investigate which service quality dimensions that mostly ...
Chen, Kuo-Hsiung - - 2011
Problem statement: The main goal behind this study tries to figure out whether or not the leader's supportive behavior will influence subordinates' creativity and is there any affection of trust between leaders' supportive behavior and subordinates' creativity? Approach: This study was conducted to examine the relationships between leader support behavior ...
Lozi, Basem - - 2011
Problem statement: The purpose of this study was to explore the challenges that Jordanian economy may have to face based on different scenarios in his macro-environment. Specifically, the study focused on the development in the Palestinians and the Iraqi fronts and their impact on the Jordanian economy. Approach: An exploratory ...
Balakrishnan, Vimala - - 2011
Problem statement: The proliferation of mobile phone use among the youths worldwide has sparked the interest of many researchers, especially those related to the mobile phone adoptions and use. However, there is a lack of study in assessing the impact of the mobile design on its users, especially in relation ...
Lotfi, Sedigheh - - 2011
Problem statement: The rapid growth of urbanization has led to degradation of quality of life in many developing countries. The qualitative approach towards development concepts provided background for studying the object of quality of life. This concept was declared by Raymond Bauer in 1966 in response to the increase of ...
Kreishan, Fuad - - 2011
Problem statement: This research investigates the relationship between unemployment and economic growth in Jordan through the implementation of Okun's law. Approach: Using annual data covering the period 1970-2008, time series techniques are used to test the relation between unemployment and economic growth and to obtain estimates for Okun's coefficient. Namely, ...
Rittidet, Prasopsuk - - 2011
Problem statement: The research problem of education came from school teachers who emphasized high grade-point average. The immediate social, Cultural aspects were overlooked. Students were drawn to consume media, internet and individual person to a greater extent. By taking up foreign culture. The students forgot, if not, ignored their own ...
Martinez-Pons, Manuel - - 2011
Problem statement: A model of violence (Multidimensional Model of Violent Behavior; MMVB) was tested. Approach: 416 university students were surveyed to ascertain the difficulty they experience in coping with different forms of violence, violence forms they are prone to exhibit and their levels of psychopathology. Results: Factor analysis disclosed evidence ...
Chantachan, Songkoon - - 2011
Problem statement: The monks' education was a foundation for national development. The objectives of this research were: (1) to study historical background and development of model and process of management in education and religion between Thai-Lao, (2) to study and compare the model of management in education and religion of ...
Zreika, Mouataz - - 2011
Problem statement: The main goal behind this study is to identify whether banks are working at full efficiency or not and spot the changes in efficiency for banks operating in Lebanon after 2007 financial crisis. Approach: This study was conducted to examine the technical efficiency of 40 banks operating in ...
Nardal, Sinan - - 2011
Problem statement: The rapid spread of e-commerce has created tremendous opportunities for economic efficiency and customer choice. Use of the global Internet computer network for e-commerce activities provides some advantages to the consumers on their daily life. On the other hand Internet represents a new environment for unethical behavior. While ...
Kaewchaiya, Phra Maha - - 2011
Problem statement: At present, Thai society widely assimilates culture, beliefs and rites concerning deities of Buddhism and Hindu-Brahmanism by worshipping the deity images at the temples or the abodes of gods in Bangkok and circumferences. A typical worship is to pray the deity for help. As a matter of fact, ...
Hankhampa, Chanyut - - 2011
Problem statement: The development of alternative tourism was necessary. The objectives of this research were to study: (1) the history of group collaborating in Thai National Development on Pu-pan Mountain Range, (2) the potentiality of tourism according to the keeping on track of the group collaborating in Thai National Development ...
Mirfardi, Asghar - - 2011
Problem statement: Social trust is the main theme in the social life. Trust is "the expectation that arises within a community of regular, honest and cooperative behavior, based on commonly shared norms". Development, social trust and security are intertwined categories and have interaction to each other. Social trust, as a ...
Nguanthaisong, Pichayapol - - 2011
Problem statement: Museums were places where all collections, which indicated values of arts and cultural heritages that were useful for learning, were kept. Establishment of museums was successful by having development, systematic management, cultural inheritance, knowledge transferring, participation and support. Approach: This study aimed to study backgrounds of museum development ...
Chuchouisuwan, Niphon - - 2011
Problem statement: It was evident that a riot problem in Three Southern Frontier Provinces of Thailand resulted from many factors such as an economic factor, a social factor, a political factor, an educational factor, a religious factor, a cultural factor, a traditional factor, including a geographical location. These factors linked ...
Zainuddin, Ruhana - - 2011
Problem statement: The elderly in Industrially Developing Countries (IDC) may encounter problems regarding health. This research is to determinae the common diseases or ailments experienced by adults over the age of 40. Approach: A sample of 150 respondents was taken from three states in Malaysia, an IDC. Demographic profiles such ...
Duangsin, Thidarat - - 2011
Problem statement: Buddha image is a symbol which built for representing the Buddha. At present, the majority of people always misinterpret and misevaluate the real value of Buddha image. As a matter of fact, Buddha image enhances social solidarity and social networks of Northeast - Thai people. Appreciating value of ...
Suwanamphai, Samanchai - - 2011
Problem statement: The use of water buffalo labor for farming and the 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. Therefore, water buffalo raising and traditions and rituals involving them which have been ...
Huang, Kai-Ping - - 2011
Problem statement: This study is to provide an overview discussion on the issue of humor management of within organizations. Although there are limits to which a work environment can be relaxed through humor or any other device, bonding through humor can be an important device within an organization whereby unity ...
Wisupee, Wongsathit - - 2011
Problem statement: Youth's ethics tended to be a continuous increased problem and they were in their age without judgment. Youths were very important for national development in future, if their problems were not urgently solved it would overall effect to way of live in their families, communities, socials and Thailand. ...
Rahman, Aminur - - 2011
Problem statement: Fisheries sector is a rising sector in Bangladesh. Many farmers are shifting their rice fields to ponds for fish farming in the study areas. This transformation of farming raises a question to the researchers whether fish farming has any impact on household income or not. Thus, the researchers ...
Huang, Kai-Ping - - 2011
Problem statement: The study aims to offer a discussion on social capital and guanxi, in order to illustrate the similarities and differences between these two concepts and how Chinese guanxi varies from Western preconceptions concerning social networking. Approach: The literature review and arguments were conducted to provide a systematic discussion ...
Samah, Bahaman - - 2011
Problem statement: Malaysia has come out with a number of strategies such as National Information Technology Center, Universal Services Provider, Rural Internet Center and Rural Info Center to strengthen and encourage ICT usage among the rural community. Besides the efforts that are brought by the government, do the rural community ...
Ward, Michael - - 2011
Problem statement: This study addresses a number of ongoing and important issues related to teaching the history and culture of Native Americans in the public setting. As part of the social science curriculum, the study and academic interpretations of American Indian culture and history regularly attracts educators and students alike, ...
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