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Health literacy predicts Covid‐19 awareness and protective behaviours of university students

Muhammad Asif Naveed, Rozeen Shaukat
2021 Health Information and Libraries Journal  
This study examined the impact of health literacy on Covid-19 awareness and protective behaviours of university students in Pakistan.  ...  An online questionnaire was used to collect data from students at three universities in Punjab.  ...  This research, therefore, intended to investigate the impact of health literacy on Covid-19 awareness and protective behaviours of university students in Pakistan.  ... 
doi:10.1111/hir.12404 pmid:34595814 pmcid:PMC8646606 fatcat:7ijj6jlzrzcejopevc7psqbipe

Impact of the School Outreach Tour Program of Citizens Archive of Pakistan on Students' Perceptions and Attitudes

Qutbi Alam
2017 International Journal of Instruction  
The content of the CAP curriculum enhanced students' knowledge and understanding about rights and duties and citizenship education.  ...  The sample in this study consists of (n=139) students of Grade-8, selected by convenience sampling from five partners' public schools.  ...  to build a better Pakistan (CAP Projects, 2012) .The CAP initiated the SOT Program in 2009 as a comprehensive, school-wide program designed to improve academic knowledge, student behaviours, and build  ... 
doi:10.12973/iji.2017.10118a fatcat:dpohdwpxknb35ojcjs24jcxf6y

Oral Health-Related Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviours of Arab Dental Students: Multi-National Cross-Sectional Study and Literature Analysis 2000–2020

Abanoub Riad, Nuraldeen Maher Al-Khanati, Julien Issa, Mazen Zenati, Nèziha Ben Abdesslem, Sameh Attia, Martin Krsek
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The present study aimed to evaluate oral health-related knowledge, attitudes, and behaviours of dental students in Arab countries and explore the potential sociodemographic predictors of their oral health  ...  The HU-DBI score ranges between 0 and 12.  ...  Gender disparities in oral health can be contradicted by the professional knowledge acquired by dental students during their undergraduate education.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19031658 pmid:35162682 pmcid:PMC8835654 fatcat:jszfezs4tvf3rjmkcg5q4ayzqe

Reaching the Roof of the World: Assessing the SRHR Beliefs of Communities Residing in the Highest Mountain Ranges in the World for Integration of Lifeskills Based Education in School Curricula

2021 Archives of Women Health and Care  
Approximately 34 teachers, 36 parents, and 78 students between grades 6-10 participated in the study.  ...  knowledge of puberty, whereas 91% were in need of proper guidelines on the topic [8, 9] .  ...  Data were collected from approximately 34 teachers, 36 parents, and 78 students between Grades 6-10 participated in the study. The distribution of study participants is presented in the table below.  ... 
doi:10.31038/awhc.2021424 fatcat:ocosllpom5ar5cxj2qb2oacqja

The Effects of a Brief Mindfulness Intervention on Mindfulness, Stress and Emotional Intelligence in Medical Students

Ken Joey Loh, School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan, Malaysia, Azizah Othman, Cheng Kar Phang, Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan, Malaysia, Department of A-Level, Sunway College Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Malaysia, School of Medical Sciences, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan, Malaysia, Hospital Universiti Sains Malaysia, Kelantan, Malaysia, Behavioural Health Centre, Sunway Medical Centre, Selangor, Malaysia
2022 Education in Medicine Journal  
Findings from mixed-factorial ANOVA revealed significant cross-over interactions, but no significant main effects of treatment conditions and time, on mindfulness and perceived stress.  ...  in the controls.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank Professor Dr. Hairul Anuar Hashim for his assistance in the methodology of the research and  ... 
doi:10.21315/eimj2022.14.2.1 fatcat:ck4k4cijtzhu3df7ipgcdxmoqi

University Spaces as Agents of National Belonging: Analysing the Visual Culture of Public Universities' Campuses in India and Pakistan

Laraib Niaz, Kusha Anand
2021 Education Sciences  
in students' or educators' everyday educational experiences.  ...  This article adds to the conversations regarding the fostering of national belonging and pride in universities by exploring space as a constitutive element of the visual culture of the higher education  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/educsci11110741 fatcat:d2gub7xpxncjpane3tuz4wtnfa

Study on Effect of Emotional Intelligence on Conflict Resolution Style

Suruchi Pandey, Spoorthi Sajjanapu, Garima Sangwan
2015 Indian Journal of Science and Technology  
On the other hand men seemed to adopt avoiding as their conflict resolution style. EI of women being higher than men is in consensus with other studies conducted in this area.  ...  The research shows that women have higher emotional intelligence and thus are able to use varied conflict resolution styles.  ...  From the findings, Emotional Intelligence may protect the males from exhibiting harmful behaviours like drug use & social deviance. Very fewer relations were obtained for women sample.  ... 
doi:10.17485/ijst/2015/v8is6/71215 fatcat:rotxb4z5mza3vcnif53422gt5i

Attitudes and behaviours of maternal health care providers in interactions with clients: a systematic review

P. Mannava, K. Durrant, J. Fisher, M. Chersich, S. Luchters
2015 Globalization and Health  
Included studies report on types or impacts of MHCP attitudes and behaviours towards their clients, or the factors influencing these attitudes and behaviours.  ...  The nature of the factors which influence health worker attitudes and behaviours suggests that strengthening health systems, and workforce development, including in communication and counselling skills  ...  Similarly, in Uganda, an education program on HIV for nurses and nurse-midwives had a positive effect on professional practice, communication, and self-confidence [131] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12992-015-0117-9 pmid:26276053 pmcid:PMC4537564 fatcat:632zynjfwjchrlhdf42mqbjbji

Different Domains of Dengue Research in Malaysia: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis of Questionnaire-Based Studies

Rhanye Mac Guad, Yuan Seng Wu, Yin Nwe Aung, Shamala Devi Sekaran, André Barretto Bruno Wilke, Wah Yun Low, Maw Shin Sim, Rogie Royce Carandang, Mohammad Saffree Jeffree, Hamed Taherdoost, Caroline Sunggip, Constance Liew Sat Lin (+3 others)
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The study showed that the level of knowledge on cardinal signs and modes of transmission for dengue virus were highest among health care workers, followed by students (international and local) and lastly  ...  Based on the meta-analysis, a poor mean score was obtained for knowledge (49%), attitude (44%), and preventive practice (55%).  ...  [25] Pasir pekan & Kubang kerian, Kelantan School students (203) Convenience sampling and self-administered • Respondents from the unflooded area had significantly higher knowledge as compared  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18094474 pmid:33922427 fatcat:flux6yrl3bbszakwdnksvjoyom

School-based strategies for oral health education of adolescents- a cluster randomized controlled trial

Abdul Haleem, Muhammad Irfanullah Siddiqui, Ayyaz Ali Khan
2012 BMC Oral Health  
Results: All the three educator-led strategies of OHE had statistically higher mean oral health knowledge (OHK), oral health behavior (OHB), oral hygiene status (OHS) and combined knowledge, behavior and  ...  The present study was conducted to compare the effectiveness of dentist-led, teacher-led, peer-led and self-learning strategies of oral health education.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors acknowledge the cooperation and administrative support of the Health and Education Departments, Government of Sindh Pakistan, City District Government Karachi, the Private  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6831-12-54 pmid:23249443 pmcid:PMC3552898 fatcat:j346u2sz5nb5zirdtii66hapmm

IJARBAS JOURNAL, JUNE 2021, SPECIAL ISSUE, SPECIAL ISSUE ON Contemporary Issues Research in Developing Countries

2021 Zenodo  
SPECIAL ISSUE ON Contemporary Issues Research in Developing Countries. JUNE 2021, DOI NUMBER:  ...  However, the finding contradicted the views of other researchers who share the belief that location influences the students' self-efficacy.  ...  Moreover, Farooq, Chaudhry, Shafiq and Berhanu (2011) also observed that students whose parents are educated score higher on self-efficacy than those whose parents were not educated at secondary school  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5669435 fatcat:qr3p7axzxrcupkcrr45pyduaxa

Behavioural responses to human disturbance in an alpine bird

Cristina Vallino, Enrico Caprio, Fabrizio Genco, Dan Chamberlain, Claudia Palestrini, Angela Roggero, Massimo Bocca, Antonio Rolando
2019 Journal of Ornithology  
The use of large non-excavated holes by tawny owls and other forest vertebrates in oak forest Yehor Yatsiuk PP-85, p. 197 Evolution of the Satchinez Marshland avifauna in the past two decades and a half  ...  patterns in a Mediterranean urban bird community  ...  between reproduction and self-maintenance.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10336-019-01660-z fatcat:cproziwtgrdkhnini27xqchwpy

Instructional Leadership Potential among School Principals in Pakistan

Muhammad Niqab, Sailesh Sharma, Leong Mei Wei, Shafinaz Bt A. Maulod
2014 International Education Studies  
This study highlights the pivotal role of the school principal in relation to organizational commitment and expected student outcomes in schools in Pakistan.  ...  It will demonstrate that teacher-principal relations are important, by highlighting professional development and its impact on school effectiveness and student outcomes.  ...  Acknowledgements The research is funded by Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan & Shaheed Benazir Bhutto University, Sheringal Dir (U), Khyber Pakhtun Khwa, Pakistan.  ... 
doi:10.5539/ies.v7n6p74 fatcat:7p27vkcn3vezvagnpcl6hhb3sy


Charles Ganaprakasam, Syeda Humayra, Kalaivani Ganasegaran, Elillarasi Kuppusamy, Barani Karikalan
2021 Malaysian Journal of Public Health Medicine  
Therefore, the present study aims to investigate the knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding COVID-19 among primary school students.  ...  The study participants were selected from 17 primary schools in Kedah, Malaysia by convenience , and the Google form invitation link was shared by the schools' guidance and counselling teachers.  ...  Acknowledgements Foremost, the authors would like to express a heartfelt gratitude to all the Primary Schools in Kedah and the Students for their voluntary participation in this study.  ... 
doi:10.37268/mjphm/vol.21/no.3/art.1201 fatcat:5kqgyjtcrnfgbpduroiehw2hpe

Double-Loop Learning and the Global Business Student

Ina Freeman, Peter Knight
2011 Canadian Journal of Higher Education  
In recognizing students often have no or limited exposure to foreign environments, the authors developed an electronic exchange between students in Canada and Kazakhstan.  ...  In this exchange, students not only learned about foreign marketplaces but were able to integrate classroom teachings and text knowledge into their actions.  ...  These contradictions will be particularly evident in interactions with cultures having different theories-in-use based on their SRC and ethnocentrism, presenting unique challenges for management and students  ... 
doi:10.47678/cjhe.v41i3.2492 fatcat:xskslvd74bbqlal2quqqynvusy
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