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Occupational Therapists' Interests And Attitudes Toward Animal Assisted Therapy As A Treatment Modality, Lori Susan Buckley Dec 1999

Occupational Therapists' Interests And Attitudes Toward Animal Assisted Therapy As A Treatment Modality, Lori Susan Buckley

FIU Electronic Theses and Dissertations

One hundred seventy-nine occupational therapists (OTs) responded to a survey regarding their interests and attitudes toward animal assisted therapy as a treatment modality. It was found that most of the practitioners would be interested in learning more about animal assisted therapy and most felt it is a valid treatment modality to be used by occupational therapists. Furthermore, the most common answer to the question "why would you not be interested in participating in an AAT program," was "I feel I don't know enough about it". It was also found that therapists' most commonly selected patient goals for AAT were ...


Developing Augmentative Communication To Support Participation In General Education Classrooms, Michael Mcsheehan, Rae M. Sonnenmeier Dec 1999

Developing Augmentative Communication To Support Participation In General Education Classrooms, Michael Mcsheehan, Rae M. Sonnenmeier

Institute on Disability

No abstract provided.


Child Care That Works: Child Abuse And Child Care, Lesia L. Oesterreich Dec 1999

Child Care That Works: Child Abuse And Child Care, Lesia L. Oesterreich

Human Sciences Extension and Outreach Publications

What to look for (physical signs or behavioral changes) regarding child abuse, and what to do next.


The Dependability Of Students' Ratings Of Preceptors, Kathleen M. Mazor, B. Clauser, A. J. Cohen, Eric J. Alper, Michele P. Pugnaire Oct 1999

The Dependability Of Students' Ratings Of Preceptors, Kathleen M. Mazor, B. Clauser, A. J. Cohen, Eric J. Alper, Michele P. Pugnaire

Women’s Health Research Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


1999 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library Oct 1999

1999 Scholars And Artists Bibliography, Michael Schwartz Library, Cleveland State University, Friends Of The Michael Schwartz Library

Scholars and Artists Bibliographies

This bibliography was created for the annual Friends of the Michael Schwartz Library Scholars and Artists Reception, recognizing scholarly and creative achievements of Cleveland State University faculty, staff and emeriti


Chironian Fall/Winter 1999, New York Medical College Oct 1999

Chironian Fall/Winter 1999, New York Medical College

Journals

No abstract provided.


Behavioral Checklist Forms, Unknown Unknown Oct 1999

Behavioral Checklist Forms, Unknown Unknown

All Current Publications

No abstract provided.


The Effect Of A Domestic Violence Interclerkship On The Knowledge, Attitudes, And Skills Of Third-Year Medical Students, Julie A. Jonassen, Michele P. Pugnaire, Kathleen M. Mazor, Mary Beth Regan, E. W. Jacobson, Wendy L. Gammon, D. G. Doepel, A. J. Cohen Aug 1999

The Effect Of A Domestic Violence Interclerkship On The Knowledge, Attitudes, And Skills Of Third-Year Medical Students, Julie A. Jonassen, Michele P. Pugnaire, Kathleen M. Mazor, Mary Beth Regan, E. W. Jacobson, Wendy L. Gammon, D. G. Doepel, A. J. Cohen

Women’s Health Research Faculty Publications

PURPOSE: To determine whether participation in an intensive domestic violence interclerkship (DVI) improved the knowledge, attitudes, and skills of two successive cohorts of students at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.

METHOD: The authors measured the knowledge, attitudes, and skills pertaining to domestic violence of third-year students in the classes of 1997 and 1998 using a validated written examination administered before, immediately after, and six months after participation in a 3.5-day or two-day DVI, respectively; they compared the scores using paired t-tests. Nine months after the DVI, the students' domestic violence screening skills were measured by a performance-based assessment ...


A Model Of Stress And Burnout In Male High School Athletic Directors, Jeffrey J. Martin, Betty Kelley, Robert C. Eklund Jul 1999

A Model Of Stress And Burnout In Male High School Athletic Directors, Jeffrey J. Martin, Betty Kelley, Robert C. Eklund

Kinesiology, Health and Sport Studies

No abstract provided.


Phd Thesis (Doctorat De Spécialité): Université De Ouagadougou, 1999. Dr. Mamoudou H. Dicko. Purification Et Propriétés Physico-Chimiques Des Enzymes De Curculigo Pilosa, Gladiolus Klattianus Et Boscia Senegalensis Catalysant L'Hydrolyse Des Polysaccharides (Amidon Et Béta-Glucanes), Mamoudou H. Dicko Prof. Jun 1999

Phd Thesis (Doctorat De Spécialité): Université De Ouagadougou, 1999. Dr. Mamoudou H. Dicko. Purification Et Propriétés Physico-Chimiques Des Enzymes De Curculigo Pilosa, Gladiolus Klattianus Et Boscia Senegalensis Catalysant L'Hydrolyse Des Polysaccharides (Amidon Et Béta-Glucanes), Mamoudou H. Dicko Prof.

Pr. Mamoudou H. DICKO, PhD

The objective of this study was the research of novel and inexpensive sources of polysaccharides degrading enzymes such as amylases and glucanases from local plants in order to justify their biotechnological applications. The isolation of two l3-amylases and an endo-1,3-ß-D-glucanase was reached using common protein purification methods such as buffer extraction, ammonium sulfate fractionation, ionexchange and gel filtration chromatographies. The methods used were simple and easily reproducible, suggesting the possibilfty of large-scale production. ln the crude extract of Curculigo pilosa tuber, only ß-amylase was detected as starch degrading enzyme and its activity was approximately 282 Uig of fresh material ...


Euthanasia: Understanding Ethical Issues Through Role-Play, Setsuko Inoue Jun 1999

Euthanasia: Understanding Ethical Issues Through Role-Play, Setsuko Inoue

Critical and Creative Thinking Capstones Collection

Having transformed traditional ethics, people have empowered themselves and put ethics under their control. An individual's value has become the center of all decision making. where has ethics gone? Why has ethics been fossilized? when an individual desperately needs a litmus test to check his stance, why cannot he re-visit ethics and apply its insights to solving his problems? I wish to believe that there might be a legacy of conventional ethics in the form of universal rules, regardless of time, culture, and context, to be passed on to the next generation. Has God given us life, death, and ...


Use Of Veterinary Records To Teach Laboratory Thinking Skills In Biology, Christopher J. Woolverton Jun 1999

Use Of Veterinary Records To Teach Laboratory Thinking Skills In Biology, Christopher J. Woolverton

Biostatistics, Environmental Health, and Epidemiology Publications

No abstract provided.


Providing Computer Assistance And Teaching Through “Quick Guides.” (Poster)., Kristine A. Petre Mls, Cm, Ahip, Carole Reese, Frances Levengood Mls May 1999

Providing Computer Assistance And Teaching Through “Quick Guides.” (Poster)., Kristine A. Petre Mls, Cm, Ahip, Carole Reese, Frances Levengood Mls

Department of Education

No abstract provided.


A Consortium Developed Poster To Teach Evidence-Based Health Care. (Poster), Kristine A. Petre Mls, Cm, Ahip, Linda M. Schwartz Mde, Ahip, Cm May 1999

A Consortium Developed Poster To Teach Evidence-Based Health Care. (Poster), Kristine A. Petre Mls, Cm, Ahip, Linda M. Schwartz Mde, Ahip, Cm

Department of Education

No abstract provided.


Identifying The Behavior, Attitudes, And Knowledge Of Tobacco Use Among Students Enrolled In Orientation Courses In Six Community Colleges In The Tennessee Board Of Regents System, G. E. Boone May 1999

Identifying The Behavior, Attitudes, And Knowledge Of Tobacco Use Among Students Enrolled In Orientation Courses In Six Community Colleges In The Tennessee Board Of Regents System, G. E. Boone

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this study was to examine the behavior, attitudes, and knowledge regarding tobacco use of students enrolled in orientation courses in Tennessee community colleges. The six community colleges selected for the study were members of the Tennessee Board of Regents system that offered mandatory orientation courses. Data were collected by use of the College Tobacco Behavior, Attitude, and Knowledge Survey . A response rate of (72.5%) from 700 students was analyzed. Three research questions guided the study and 17 null hypotheses were formulated and tested at the.05 alpha level of significance. Data were analyzed by using t ...


Health Status And Population Characteristics Of Dogs And Cats Examined At Private Veterinary Practices In The United States, E Lund, Claudia Kirk, P Armstrong, L Kolar, J Klausner Apr 1999

Health Status And Population Characteristics Of Dogs And Cats Examined At Private Veterinary Practices In The United States, E Lund, Claudia Kirk, P Armstrong, L Kolar, J Klausner

Claudia A Kirk

OBJECTIVE: To determine age, breed, sex, body condition score, and diet of dogs and cats examined at private veterinary practices in the United States during 1995, and estimate prevalences of the most common disorders for these animals. DESIGN: Cross-sectional study. ANIMALS: 31,484 dogs and 15,226 cats examined by veterinary practitioners at 52 private veterinary practices. PROCEDURE: Information on age, breed, sex, body condition score, diet, and assigned diagnostic codes were collected electronically from participating practices and transferred to a relational database. Prevalence estimates and frequencies for population description were generated using statistical software. RESULTS: Dental calculus and gingivitis ...


Stress And Burnout In Female High School Athletic Directors, Jeffrey J. Martin, Betty Kelley, Candice Dias Apr 1999

Stress And Burnout In Female High School Athletic Directors, Jeffrey J. Martin, Betty Kelley, Candice Dias

Kinesiology, Health and Sport Studies

In the current study we examined the relationships between stress predictors, stress, and burnout in female high school athletic directors (N = 52). Significant negative correlations between stress and hardiness and between stress and number of social support providers were found. Significant positive correlations between stress and time concerns, personnel concerns, and program success (e.g., winning) subscales of the athletic directing issues scale were also found. Subjects high in hardiness and with adequate social support networks, who also reported few athletic directing issues, were likely to report minimal stress. Significant positive correlations also indicated that stress was related to the ...


Chironian Spring/Summer 1999, New York Medical College Apr 1999

Chironian Spring/Summer 1999, New York Medical College

Journals

No abstract provided.


Developing Online Learning Materials For Higher Education: An Overview Of Current Issues, C. Jayne Brahler, Nils S. Peterson, Emily C. Johnson Mar 1999

Developing Online Learning Materials For Higher Education: An Overview Of Current Issues, C. Jayne Brahler, Nils S. Peterson, Emily C. Johnson

Health and Sport Science Faculty Publications

The changing roles and challenges for higher education and the increased productivity required of faculty are driving forces for the development of more diverse and efficient teaching methods. Educational trends are toward more learner-centered materials. In response to these trends, colleges and universities are now offering courses at a distance and in forms other than traditional delivery.

Online courseware materials may be a viable means of fulfilling these numerous requirements but are very resource-intensive to develop. Multiple approaches to developing online learning have been tried, with limited success. The primary approach has been for faculty to enter their own course ...


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Dr. Adams Retires From Teaching Anatomy After 25 Years, Lisa Denault Jan 1999

Dr. Adams Retires From Teaching Anatomy After 25 Years, Lisa Denault

Iowa State University Veterinarian

Since 1974, Dr. Don Adams has taught canine anatomy to first year students at the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine. He has served on numerous college and university committees. Among his accomplishments, he has written the Canine Anatomy book and is the creator of the Canine Anatomy CD-ROM Interactive Media Program. Over the years, he has taught freshman introductory anatomy and the surgical anatomy course for sophomores. he has also helped out on histology and the large animal anatomy course, primarily in the laboratory sessions.


College Of Veterinary Medicine Iowa State University Class Of 1999 Jan 1999

College Of Veterinary Medicine Iowa State University Class Of 1999

Iowa State University Veterinarian

Photos of the graduating class of 1999 of the College of Veterinary Medicine.


Symposium Attendees Get A True "Northwest Adventure", Jennifer Schleining Jan 1999

Symposium Attendees Get A True "Northwest Adventure", Jennifer Schleining

Iowa State University Veterinarian

Who ever said that ultimate frisbee and foosball aren't contact sports? Ask any of the athletically inclined SCAVMA members who attended the SAVMA Symposium at Washington State University during spring break to show you their scars and you'll see what I mean! Twenty-eight students found their way to Pullman, Washington, by plane, car, and one very tightly packed van driven by a true Midwestern cowboy with a crisp ten gallon green cowboy hat to experience learning made fun by a dedicated group of organizers from WSU and Oregon State University. While there, students attended lectures ranging from EPM ...


Vmaa At Isu 1999 Proposed Budget Jan 1999

Vmaa At Isu 1999 Proposed Budget

Iowa State University Veterinarian

Proposed 1999 budget for the Veterinary Medical Alumni Association at Iowa State University.


Alumni News Jan 1999

Alumni News

Iowa State University Veterinarian

This article contains news pertaining to the alumni of the College of Veterinary Medicine.


News Briefs Jan 1999

News Briefs

Iowa State University Veterinarian

This article contains news pertaining to members of the College of Veterinary Medicine.


Index Of Volume 61 Jan 1999

Index Of Volume 61

Iowa State University Veterinarian

The index of volume 61 of the Iowa State University Veterinarian, as arranged by authors and subjects.


Feline Club Photo Contest Winners Jan 1999

Feline Club Photo Contest Winners

Iowa State University Veterinarian

Includes awards given for "Best Costume", "Biggest Couch Potato", and "Best Cat Photo".


Iicab: A Little Known International Resource At Isu, Julie Schneider Jan 1999

Iicab: A Little Known International Resource At Isu, Julie Schneider

Iowa State University Veterinarian

It may not surprise you to hear that Ames, Iowa, is well known across the United States as a center of veterinary knowledge. It may surprise you, however, to learn that Ames, Iowa, is even better known outside the United States for its animal health expertise. This is due, in part, to the work of the Institute for International Cooperation in Animal Biologics (IICAB). What,you may ask, is IICAB?


Dr. Reece Retires From Isu Cvm Faculty, Bonnie Smith Jan 1999

Dr. Reece Retires From Isu Cvm Faculty, Bonnie Smith

Iowa State University Veterinarian

When William Omar Reece received his DVM from the Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1954, he expected to enter private veterinary practice, as did 99% of his classmates. According to him, they knew very little about alternative veterinary careers except doing meat inspection for the government. He did not expect to get a Ph.D. and probably did not expect to be looking back at 33 years of a diverse and distinguished academic career at ISU CVM. He did not know then that his life would take this path, but I think I speak for the many ...