Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu khoa học ngành y học tạp chí Medical Sciences dành cho các bạn sinh viên ngành y tham khảo đề tài: Primary lower limb lymphedema: a focus on its functional, social and emotional impact...
KEY POINTS TO CONSIDER WHEN ASSESSING ANSWERS Awareness of Emotions or Thoughts
The key information extracted by these questions indicates the candidate’s awareness that emotions exist and affect self and others. Once a candidate establishes her awareness of the impact of emotions, she improves her chances of being able to manage them. Some candidates deny that feelings or emotions exist.
Awareness of our impact on others begs the question, What, if anything, do we choose to do to control or manage our behavior? Self-control or self-management allows us to manage our frustrations, anger, fear, discouragement, and other emotions so that we achieve our goals and live our intentions. For example, if we become frustrated because of an obstacle at work and just give up on the goal, then we allow our emotions to thwart our intentions.
Empathy is characterized by three competencies:
1. Respectful listening, which is the ability to give careful and respect-
ful attention to others;
2. Feeling the impact on others, which is the ability to assess and de-
termine how situations as well as our words and actions affect others; and
3. Service orientation, which is the desire to help others.
Competency 1: Respectful Listening
Empathy requires us to respectfully listen to others. Respectfully listening means that we’re listening with the purpose of understanding.
While evaluating answers, listen for awareness, followed by repetitive efforts and struggles. One candidate produced answers to each question aimed at uncovering flaws. After each example, he said, “I learned my lesson and never did that again.” Another more realistic answer came from Mike, who said, “Those incidents helped me to understand my impact on others. Now I go into meetings watching and being more aware of my comments. Sometimes I still find that I blurt something out and must retract what I’ve said, but I’m much more aware and have definitely shown improvement.
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The prefrontal network plays an important role in behaviors that require an integration of thought with emotion and motivation. There is no simple formula for summarizing the diverse functional affiliations of the prefrontal network. Its integrity appears important for the simultaneous awareness of context, options, consequences, relevance, and emotional impact so as to allow the formulation of adaptive inferences, decisions, and actions.
Midwives and the care they provide to women, babies and families are
of the utmost importance to society. Across the United Kingdom
midwives are key professionals in ensuring that women have a safe and
emotionally satisfying experience during their pregnancy, childbirth and
The coming decade will present new challenges and opportunities for
midwives to develop further their role as practitioners, partners and
leaders in delivering and shaping maternity services.
Professional ethics is now acknowledged as a field of study in its own
right. Much of its recent development has resulted from rethinking
traditional medical ethics in the light of new moral problems arising
out of advances in medical science and technology. Applied
philosophers, ethicists and lawyers have devoted considerable energy
to exploring the dilemmas emerging from modern health care practices
and their effects on the practitioner-relationship.
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Ensuring that children are healthy and able to learn is an essential part of an effective
education system. As many studies show, education and health are inseparable. A child’s
nutritional status affects cognitive performance and test scores; illness from parasitic
infection results in absence from school, leading to school failure and dropping out (Vince
Whitman et al., 2001). Structures and conditions of the learning environment are as
important to address as individual factors. Water and sanitation conditions at school can
affect girls’ attendance.
THE star ship came out of space drive for the last time, and made its final landing on a scrubby little planet that circled a small and lonely sun. It came to ground gently, with the cushion of a retarder field, on the side of the world where it was night. In the room that would have been known as the bridge on ships of other days, instrument lights glowed softly on Captain Renner's cropped white hair, and upon the planes of his lean, strong face. Competent fingers touched controls here and there, seeking a response that he knew would...
This literature review provides strong evidence that playing is central to children’s physical,
psychological and social well-being. Whilst playing, children can experience real emotions,
create their own uncertainty, experience the unexpected, respond to new situations
and adapt to a wide variety of situations. Play enables children to form friendships and
attachments to adults and to places, allowing for the development of familiarity and intimacy
The question is, what influences outcomes for passengers in each class? For those in economy, is it
the material fact of less space, poorer food, limited leg room, proximity to others, sleeping upright
rather than reclining, limited opportunities for walking around etc.
Over the last decade or two, however, there has been increasing awareness on the impact of
emotional distress during pregnancy—growing recognition that the incidence of depression
during pregnancy is at least as high as it is postnatally (Faisal-Cury & Menezes, 2007;
Marcus, 2009), that the majority of cases of postnatal depression begin during pregnancy
(Heron et al.
Hodek et al. Health Economics Review 2011, 1:6 http://www.healtheconomicsreview.com/content/1/1/6
Measuring economic consequences of preterm birth - Methodological recommendations for the evaluation of personal burden on children and their caregivers
Jan-Marc Hodek1, J-Matthias von der Schulenburg2 and Thomas Mittendorf3*
Abstract This study aims to identify the impact of a preterm birth on financial and emotional burden from the families’ perspective.
Promise Me This" is a very moving story about Michael and Annie, two people impacted and brought together by the sinking of the Titanic. It's broken down into three parts, spans several years, and follows the characters through World War I. The history is well-researched. The author's writing voice is pleasant, but I still found it hard to follow the scene action at times. The portrayal of the characters' emotions is amazing, and the plot is organic and flows well. I can see why Gohlke is an aw...more...
This book examines different conceptions of death and their impact on
Â�children’s cognitive and emotional development. It not only addresses
Â�practical and clinical issues related to children’s developing understanding of
death, but also focuses on theoretical and philosophical aspects Â�linking children’s
concept of death to religion, morality, politics, and law. The Â�material is
drawn from a wide range of disciplines including psychology, anthropology,
philosophy, medicine, education, and the law.
More specifically, we must further examine
health beliefs, and food beliefs and
practices that have symbolic or traditional
importance to determine how knowledge,
beliefs and attitudes translate into eating
behaviour in older adults, especially at
advanced ages. More research is needed to
clarify the relative contribution of income,
ethnic background and other personal predictors
of healthy eating – self-control,
emotions, resistance to change, time constraints,
lack of knowledge – and environmental
factors governing food availability