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Validation of Knowledge Questionnaire for Patients With Liver Cirrhosis.

There is no validated questionnaire to assess disease knowledge and self-management in patients with liver cirrhosis. We developed and validated a cirrhosis knowledge questionnaire (CKQ).

Exposure to fumigants in containers: a questionnaire assessment on 125 French dockers.

Cases of intoxications to gas from container's atmosphere have been described. For diagnosis, Fum Ex 2 questionnaire has been developed by the European Society for Environmental and Occupational Medicine. The aim of this study was to enhance knowledge on health effects of toxic substances in containers and to validate this questionnaire in medical follow-up and diagnosis.

Cross-cultural adaptation and validation of questionnaire for knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions in Italian nurses with regard to provision of artificial nutrition and hydration to patients terminally ill with cancer.

Decision-making on artificial nutrition and hydration for patients terminally ill with cancer can be influenced by nurses' knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions. A comprehensive 57-item questionnaire including six sections on the knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intentions in providing artificial nutrition and hydration to patients terminally ill with cancer has been developed and used in Taiwan. However, the questionnaire needs further psychometric testing and adaptation for other cultures. T...

Test-retest reliability of the Italian version of the M-BACK questionnaire to assess the barriers, attitudes, confidence, and knowledge of mental health staff regarding metabolic health of psychiatric patients.

The Metabolic-Barriers, Attitudes, Confidence, and Knowledge Questionnaire (M-BACK) was developed to determine the barriers, attitudes, confidence, and knowledge of mental health practitioners regarding the metabolic health of patients in order to determine the efficacy of targeted training interventions. This study aimed to validate the Italian version of M-BACK questionnaire (M-BACK-IT) and to determine the test-retest reliability.

Evaluation of questionnaire as an instrument to measure the level of nutritional and weight gain knowledge in pregnant women in Poland. A pilot study.

Pregnancy is a period in life in which women are willing to improve their lifestyle. Providing proper information for these women is crucial for their health and the health of their offspring. Clear information about weak points in their nutritional and weight gain knowledge is the first step for proper health care assistance. There are a few previous studies evaluating the nutritional and weight gain knowledge of pregnant women. In the few studies available, different approaches were taken and there was no...

Knowledge and attitude regarding reproductive and sexual health among school teachers: a descriptive survey.

Background Adolescence is a time of evolving from the immaturity of childhood into the maturity of adulthood. This is a stage which requires extra care and protection. Physiologically and physically, adolescents go through a series of transformations as they grow and develop. Method A descriptive study design was adopted with 70 teachers selected using a convenience sampling technique from five different government schools of the Ambala District, Haryana. Knowledge and attitude were assessed using a structu...

Structural validation of the ORTO-12-FR questionnaire among a French sample as a first attempt to assess orthorexia nervosa in France.

To the best of our knowledge, no scientific publications on orthorexia nervosa have been based on a French population. The goal of our study was to confirm the factor structure of the French version of the ORTO-15 questionnaire.

Recognition of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons by Dental Professionals and Their Perceptions Regarding Cosmetic Facial Surgery-A Questionnaire-Based Study.

The versatility of facial cosmetic surgery as a specialty has often been underestimated owing to the lack of knowledge and limited perception in our society. The present questionnaire-based study was performed to evaluate the attitudes, knowledge, and perception of dentists regarding cosmetic facial surgery.

The factors associated with maternal consent to human papillomavirus vaccination among adolescents in Israel.

: To evaluate the knowledge and attitudes toward the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine among mothers of 8th graders in Israel, and to determine the factors associated with maternal consent to the HPV vaccine. : We conducted a cross-sectional study among mothers of 8th grade students in 27 schools in Haifa and Northern districts of Israel during the 2016-17 school year. Data were collected using a structured telephone questionnaire. : 313 mothers answered the questionnaire (response rate = 91.8%). The mea...

Iranian Nurses' Knowledge of Neutropenia and Their Practice for Infection Prevention in Patients with Cancer.

Neutropenia is one of cancer disease and treatment complications. Suboptimal management of neutropenia may interfere with cancer treatment and result in patient death. This study aimed to evaluate the nurses' knowledge of neutropenia and their practice for infection prevention in cancer patients in hospitals of Kerman, in southeast Iran. This study had a descriptive-analytical cross-sectional design. 203 nurses working in oncology, bone marrow transplantation, and medical wards of teaching hospitals of Kerm...

Simulation in midwifery education: A descriptive explorative study exploring students' knowledge, confidence and skills in the care of the preterm neonate.

Undergraduate midwifery programs across Australia have embedded simulation into their curriculum although there is limited but emerging evidence to support the use of simulation as an effective teaching strategy. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact that a simulated learning activity (insertion and management of a neonatal nasogastric tube), had on midwifery students' knowledge, confidence and skills post-simulation, and on completion of a clinical placement. A descriptive explorative study ...

Rabies knowledge and practices among human and veterinary health workers in Chad.

To prevent human rabies deaths close communication between the veterinary and human health sector is needed for timely and adequate treatment after a bite exposure. Good practice treatment and efficient One Health communication depends heavily on the knowledge and practices (KP) of both human health and veterinary workers. We have evaluated the level of KP of both these sectors during a one-day joint training program to kick start a large scale rabies burden and vaccine demand study in selected regions of C...

An exploration of the relationship between phonological and phonics knowledge, and self-efficacy for teaching.

The purpose of the present study was to survey trainee teachers to find out if there was a relationship between phonological and phonics content knowledge, perceived proficiency in this knowledge, and feelings of self-efficacy as teachers. Participants were 51 undergraduate international teacher trainees from Malaysia studying in a 4-year university program to teach English as another language. They completed a phonological and phonics knowledge survey as well as a short questionnaire relating to self-effic...

A Survey of Dentists in the Management of Dentine Hypersensitivity: A Questionnaire-based Study.

Previous studies have indicated that dentists may be uncertain about the etiology, diagnosis, and effective management of dentine sensitivity/dentine hypersensitivity (DH).: The purpose of the present study was to evaluate the knowledge and understanding of Greece-based dental professionals in treating DH.: MATERIALS AND METHODS: A 26-item questionnaire was sent to a representative sample of Greek dentists.

Psychometric Evaluation of the Chinese Version of the Knowledge and Beliefs About Pain in Elderly Patients With Dementia Questionnaire.

The quality of pain management in hospitalized older adult patients with dementia is a crucial issue in healthcare. The knowledge and beliefs of nurses are known to predict their pain management intentions toward this particularly vulnerable patient population.

Swiss Mountain Guides: Medical Education, Knowledge, and Practice.

Mountain guides work daily in remote areas and high-altitude locations where specific hypoxia-related and common medical problems may occur. Arrival of rescue teams can be delayed, so mountain guides often have to rely on their own capabilities to provide first aid. Therefore, IFMGA-recognized Swiss mountain guides receive a specific medical education and are equipped with a dedicated medical kit. This specific education has never been evaluated. A questionnaire was sent to all Swiss mountain guides throug...

Awareness and knowledge of oral cancer amongst adult dental patients attending regional university clinics in New South Wales, Australia: a questionnaire-based study.

Greater awareness and knowledge of oral cancer has been shown to increase patient presentation for opportunistic screening. This study aimed to identify the level of awareness and knowledge of oral cancer amongst adult patients in regional New South Wales.

Knowledge About Emerging Zoonotic Vector-Borne Parasites and in Finland: Questionnaire Survey to Medical Doctors and Veterinarians.

Zoonotic vector-borne parasites and have been spreading northwards in Europe. Awareness across sectors is a key factor for preparedness to zoonotic emerging diseases. In this study, an online questionnaire was used to survey the knowledge of medical doctors and veterinarians in Finland on whether and can infect humans and dogs, and whether these infections have been detected in Finland. Participants were recruited via two social media discussion groups, and participation was voluntary. The questionnaire...

Knowledge of Pregnant Women about Pregnancy Gingivitis and Children Oral Health.

A cross-sectional questionnaire-based study was carried out among 251 pregnant women to assess their level of knowledge and perception regarding pregnancy gingivitis and the oral health of new born children.

Development and Evaluation of the Infant Feeding Education Questionnaire for the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program.

Develop and evaluate the Infant Feeding Education Questionnaire (IFEQ) to measure the impact of the Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program (EFNEP) infant-feeding education on knowledge, attitudes, and behavioral intent.

Effectiveness of structured teaching programme on knowledge and practice regarding care of children with leukemia among mothers.

Since, it is essential to create awareness about chemotherapy among parents, this study assesses the effectiveness of structured teaching programme for mothers on knowledge and practice relating to care of child with leukemia. Pretest was conducted using structured questionnaire on knowledge about care of Leukemia. Teaching was administered to mothers on different aspects of cancer diagnosis and follow up. There was a statistically significant difference in knowledge and practice in post test and a signific...

Characteristics of the knowledge and attitudes of medical students about epilepsy.

Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological diseases in the world. False knowledge and attitudes related to epilepsy both complicate the social lives of patients and adversely affect their academic development. The aim of this study was to investigate the knowledge and attitudes of the medical students about epilepsy. Seven hundred twenty-three students participated in the study. A questionnaire including demographic information and Epilepsy Knowledge and Attitude Scales was given to the students. The f...

Knowledge, Attitude, and Practice Towards Leptospirosis among Undergraduate and Postgraduate Medical Students in India.

: Students of medicine in India tend to follow textbooks from western authors for rural pathologies, zoonosis, and this geographical disconnect leads to gaps in familiarity with local diseases.: This study aims to assess knowledge, practices, and attitudes on leptospirosis among undergraduate and postgraduate medical students.: A cross-sectional, self-administered questionnaire study was performed from June 2018 to May 2019 among 778 undergraduate students from six medical colleges of Tamil Nadu and 446 pos...

"GiochiAMO," a Gaming Intervention to Prevent Smoking and Alcohol Habits Among Children: A Single-Arm Field Trial.

To evaluate the efficacy of the "GiochiAMO" prevention program on modifying children's knowledge and belief regarding the use and abuse of alcohol and tobacco smoking. "GiochiAMO" is a multicomponent single-arm field trial based on card and board games to teach and enhance knowledge about risk factors related to smoking and alcohol consumption. A structured questionnaire was administered before and after the intervention to assess any change in knowledge. A total of 167 students between 9 and 11 years of ...

Knowledge and practices regarding toxoplasmosis in housewives: A cross sectional study in a northern Mexican city.

We aimed to determine the knowledge and practices regarding toxoplasmosis among housewives in the northern Mexican city of Durango. One hundred eighty-five women (mean age: 41.27 ± 12.40 years old) with an occupation of housewife were studied. A self-administered questionnaire was used. This tool included items about the parasite Toxoplasma gondii, its transmission routes, general clinical, diagnostic, and treatment aspects of toxoplasmosis, and practices to avoid infection. A minority (

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