Health and Wellness Journal

Latest publications:
School Wellness Teams: What Professions/Credentials are Represented?

I discuss professions/credentials represented on school wellness teams relative to initial requirements studied. Nineteen percent of schools lacked such teams. Additionally, initial required representatives missing on 91% of teams.

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A Continuing Education Seminar for Health Professionals

Mixed qualitative and quantitative study measured immediate and long term retention of knowledge about Pediatric Acute-Onset Neuropsychiatric Syndrome (PANS) and use of information in practice by health and education professionals.

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Leishmaniasis in Saudi Arabia, a disease that must be addressed

The article reviews current status for Leishmaniasis in Saudi Arabia and the efforts done by the Kingdom to control the disease.

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The Relevance of Depression, Alexithymia and Internalized Racism to Blood Pressure in African Americans

The study primarily examines whether depression, alexithymia, and internalized racism are predictive of blood pressure. It targets Blacks attending community events between 2007 and 2009 in a Midwestern U.S. metropolis.

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Missed Nursing Care: Observation versus Perception in Selected Medical Intensive Care Units, Egypt

Missed nursing care is a universal phenomenon that could threaten patient safety across all countries and cultures.

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Crafting Electroacoustic Music for Sensory Integration Therapy

Music intervention can have significant impact in perpetuating functional adaptation and brain plasticity. Electroacoustic compositions are designed for use in sensory integration therapy for children with autism spectrum disorder.

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Frequency and Type of Food Messages on Television

Food messages in 72 hours of television recordings were analyzed and ninety-four message types were identified. Messages on TV appear to promote food behaviors and attitudes associated with developing obesity.

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Living Your Design: Introducing the Creativity, Healing, and Intuitive Learning Model to Transform Trauma

The Creativity, Healing and Intuitive Learning (CHIL) model teaches how to design a lifestyle roadmap to aid transition after traumatic events.

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Exploring Factors Affecting Patients Adoption of mHealth Services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

The aim of the study proposal is to explore factors influence patients to adopt new mHealth services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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Getting to Another Level: Why Basketball Players Use Mindfulness Meditation

I discuss the results from a modified ethnography on the use of mindfulness meditation by a small group of college, semi- and professional basketball players.

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