Move For A Healthy Mind: A Program Of Peer-Led Physical Activity For Adolescents With Depression And Anxiety, 2020 The University of San Francisco
Move For A Healthy Mind: A Program Of Peer-Led Physical Activity For Adolescents With Depression And Anxiety, Emily Edwards
Master's Projects and Capstones
The following discusses adolescent depression and anxiety and the utilization of physical activity as an intervention or coping mechanism. Adolescents have been experiencing increased rates of anxiety or depression diagnoses over the past roughly two decades. Adolescence is, physiologically, a formative period in the developmental stage from childhood to adulthood. Current barriers to achieving optimal mental health among the adolescent population include the stigmatization of mental health issues, lack of education, socioeconomic status and healthcare access. Further, physical activity has been studied and identified to be an effective treatment for individuals experiencing depression and anxiety. In an effort to treat ...
Study Of Plants Used Against Infections By California Native American Tribes, 2020 California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
Study Of Plants Used Against Infections By California Native American Tribes, Maria J. Rojas
The objectives of this research were to evaluate the antibacterial activity and to determine the chemical composition of a list of medicinal plants used by Native Americans in California. Artemisia californica, Mimulus aurantiacus, Equisetum telmateia, Equisetum hyemale, and Marah fabacea were selected from a list of plants reported as having been used for ailments related to infections by tribes located in California. The extracts obtained through steam distillation from E. telmateia, E. hyemale and M. fabacea were assayed for in vitro antibacterial activity against 16 Gram-negative and 6 Gram-positive bacteria using disk diffusion assays and measuring the diameters of inhibition ...
Investigation The Effect Of Jujube Capsule On Sleep Quality Of Postmenopausal Women: A Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trial, 2020 Department of Midwifery, Reproductive Health Promotion Research Center, Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences, Ahvaz, Iran
Investigation The Effect Of Jujube Capsule On Sleep Quality Of Postmenopausal Women: A Double-Blind Randomized Clinical Trial, Razieh Mahmoudi, Somayeh Ansari, Mohammad Hosein Haghighizadeh, Nader Shakiba Maram, Simin Montazeri
Bakground and objective: Sleep disorder is among the most common problems in the life of postmenopausal women. Because of the complications of chemical drugs, many women prefer to use herbal supplements for relieving sleep problems. So, the main objective of this study was to determine the effect of the jujube capsule on sleep quality in postmenopausal women.
Materials and methods: This study was a double-blind clinical trial conducted on 106 postmenopausal women in Khuzestan province, southwest of Iran. All participants were selected by a simple non-probability sampling method. Data were collected through a demographic data form and the Pittsburgh ...
Outcome Analysis Of Tranexamic Acid In Thromboembolic Complications And Coagulation Factors, 2020 Portland State University
Outcome Analysis Of Tranexamic Acid In Thromboembolic Complications And Coagulation Factors, Hunter A. Mccorkle
University Honors Theses
Background: Tranexamic acid (TXA) is an antifibrinolytic used for controlling hemorrhaging in patients. It’s regular application in trauma centers could be vital in reducing all-cause mortality for hemorrhaging secondary to traumatic injury but there are still concerns about possible side effects and populations at greater risk of complications. The possible use of predictive measures such as thrombelastography (TEG) and conventional coagulation testing (CCT) in detecting early markers of TXA risks are still unconfirmed, and unfortunately there is a time restriction of 3 hours for TXA to be effective in reducing all-cause mortality.
Objective: Our objective is to observe outcomes ...
The Treatment And Management Of Chronic Pain Using Cbd, 2020 Murray State University
The Treatment And Management Of Chronic Pain Using Cbd, Emily Davis
Honors College Theses
Chronic pain is a common debilitating condition in the United States. The treatment of chronic pain is complex and can sometimes lead to addiction of opioid medications. However, there is another, more natural option in the treatment of chronic pain—the use of CBD, cannabidiol which is a phytocannabinoid from hemp and marijuana, for the treatment and management of chronic pain. While CBD is labeled a schedule I drug by the Food and Drug Administration in the United States, there is evidence that CBD can make an impact on the severity of pain, the amount of opioids in use, and ...
Implementing The Use Of Nasal Midazolam During Acute Seizures, 2020 Murray State University
Implementing The Use Of Nasal Midazolam During Acute Seizures, Elizabeth Armstrong
The first line emergency drug used for seizures is rectal diazepam. The use of nasal midazolam should be the priority drug used. This research develops reasoning as to why schools, hospitals, and clinics should switch to NM. The key findings included ease of administration, quicker action time, with cheaper cost. Patients will greatly benefit from this medication change because a shortened seizure provides for a greater quality of life.
Implementation Of Music Therapy To Reduce Anxiety In Icu Patients, 2020 Murray State University
Implementation Of Music Therapy To Reduce Anxiety In Icu Patients, Calley Womack
Current practice in intensive care units regarding anxiety commonly results in administration of an anxiolytic, which can potentially increase patient’s time admitted, increase costs due to adverse effects, and decrease patient involvement in care. An analysis of multiple research studies was conducted to explore the best practice for management of anxiety, particularly the implementation of music therapy. Studies have been conducted on the implementation of music therapy to reduce levels of anxiety in patients on intensive care floors. Specifically, extensive research with music therapy has been conducted on patients receiving ventilation in the ICU. Consequentially, these studies have shown ...
Understanding Orthostatic Intolerance And Exercise Programming For The Health And Fitness Practitioner, 2020 Ball State University
Understanding Orthostatic Intolerance And Exercise Programming For The Health And Fitness Practitioner, Deni Roller, Carley A. Shannon, Andrew T. Del Pozzi
Topics in Exercise Science and Kinesiology
- The purpose of this manuscript is to briefly review Orthostatic Intolerance (OI) and discuss proper exercise programming and progression guidelines for working with those affected by OI; a disorder associated with autonomic nervous system dysfunction, characterized by a difficulty standing upright.
- In order to do this, we performed a review of the published literature using google scholar and PubMed search engines.
- Evidence indicated that a light to moderate intensity aerobic exercise program would aid in improving orthostatic tolerance.
- Previous studies have indicated that progressive resistance training aids in mechanisms that are dysfunctional in OI such as blood volume increases and ...
Mindfulness And Behavior Change, 2020 Harvard Medical School
Mindfulness And Behavior Change, Zev Schuman-Olivier, Marcelo Trombka, David A. Lovas, Judson A. Brewer, David R. Vago, Richa Gawande, Julie P. Dunne, Sara W. Lazar, Eric B. Loucks, Carl E. Fulwiler
Initiating and maintaining behavior change is key to the prevention and treatment of most preventable chronic medical and psychiatric illnesses. The cultivation of mindfulness, involving acceptance and nonjudgment of present-moment experience, often results in transformative health behavior change. Neural systems involved in motivation and learning have an important role to play. A theoretical model of mindfulness that integrates these mechanisms with the cognitive, emotional, and self-related processes commonly described, while applying an integrated model to health behavior change, is needed. This integrative review (1) defines mindfulness and describes the mindfulness-based intervention movement, (2) synthesizes the neuroscience of mindfulness and integrates ...
Postoperative Retroperitoneal Hematoma: A Case Of Saw Palmetto And The Importance Of Primary Care Intervention, 2020 Orange Park Medical Center
Postoperative Retroperitoneal Hematoma: A Case Of Saw Palmetto And The Importance Of Primary Care Intervention, Seetha Venkateswaran, Ricardo Declet-Bauzo, Michael Shodeinde, Patricia Gilford
HCA Healthcare Journal of Medicine
Introduction: A middle-aged male with a history of bilateral inguinal hernia repair was admitted for acute abdominal pain. The patient reported that he took prescribed hydrocodone and a saw palmetto supplement prior to surgery. He denied any recent trauma after the procedure, and he was unable to schedule a follow-up appointment with the surgeon or the primary care physician.
Clinical Findings: Diagnosis: The CT angiography of the abdomen/pelvis was indicative of new interval development of a large left retroperitoneal hematoma. Intervention: No emergent intervention was required following the evaluation by the surgery and interventional radiology (IR) departments. Outcome: There ...
Singing Through Change: A Community Engagement Project For Women In Recovery Performing With The Purdue Fort Wayne Choral Union Choir, 2020 Purdue University Fort Wayne
Singing Through Change: A Community Engagement Project For Women In Recovery Performing With The Purdue Fort Wayne Choral Union Choir, Madison Boyden
Purdue Journal of Service-Learning and International Engagement
Hope & Harriet is an intensive residential treatment program in a subacute medical facility for women 18 years and older that specializes in the pursuit of recovery from chemical dependency. PFW music therapy students have been given the unique opportunity to work with the women as part of their music therapy clinical practicum experiences. The author's final music therapy practicum, in partial fulfillment of her bachelor’s degree in music therapy, began her path forward into this project.
Dancing During Labor: Are Women Down To Boogie?, 2020 Advocate Aurora Health; Center for Urban Population Health
Dancing During Labor: Are Women Down To Boogie?, Drew A. Horter, Kayla Heslin, Marie Forgie, Emily Malloy, Jessica J. F. Kram
Journal of Patient-Centered Research and Reviews
Recent social media trends have demonstrated increased interest in dancing during the final weeks of pregnancy and labor. However, there is limited evidence about dancing during labor and its impact on labor pain and duration as well as patient satisfaction. Before conducting a prospective study, given that enrollment is often challenging, our feasibility study aimed to assess the willingness of pregnant women to participate in a future study evaluating low-impact dance during labor. We anonymously surveyed a convenience sample of English-speaking/reading pregnant women who presented for prenatal care at 1 of 3 clinics from June 2019 to July 2019 ...
Group Acupuncture Therapy With Yoga Therapy For Chronic Neck, Low Back, And Osteoarthritis Pain In Safety Net Setting For An Underserved Population: Design And Rationale For A Feasibility Pilot, 2020 Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Group Acupuncture Therapy With Yoga Therapy For Chronic Neck, Low Back, And Osteoarthritis Pain In Safety Net Setting For An Underserved Population: Design And Rationale For A Feasibility Pilot, Arya Nielsen, Ray Teets, Steffany Moonaz, Belinda J. Anderson, Eve Walter, Mirta Milanes, Donna M. Mah, M. Diane Mckee, Benjamin Kligler
Open Access Publications by UMMS Authors
Chronic pain is prevalent in the United States, with impact on physical and psychological functioning as well as lost work productivity. Minority and lower socioeconomic populations have increased prevalence of chronic pain with less access to pain care, poorer outcomes, and higher risk of fatal opioid overdose. Acupuncture therapy is effective in treating chronic pain conditions including chronic low back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, and knee pain from osteoarthritis. Acupuncture therapy, including group acupuncture, is feasible and effective, and specifically so for underserved and diverse populations at risk for health outcome disparities. Acupuncture therapy also encourages patient engagement and ...
Little Is Known About Cannabidiol For Improving Severe Behavioral Symptoms Of Autistic Spectrum Disorder, 2020 Wayne State University School of Medicine
Little Is Known About Cannabidiol For Improving Severe Behavioral Symptoms Of Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Keerteshwrya Mishra
Clinical Research in Practice: The Journal of Team Hippocrates
A clinical decision report appraising Barchel D, Stolar O, De-Haan T, et al. Oral cannabidiol use in children with autism spectrum disorder to treat related symptoms and co-morbidities. Frontiers in Pharmacology. 2019;9. https://doi.org/10.3389/fphar.2018.01521
Contents Ije-Volume 1 (1), October 2020, 2020 Humboldt State University
Contents Ije-Volume 1 (1), October 2020, Cynthia Brunold-Conesa
The International Journal of Ecopsychology (IJE)
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Morita Therapy According To Morita: Dwelling In The Tension Between Hardy And Fragile Life, 2020 University of Melbourne, Global and Population Health
Morita Therapy According To Morita: Dwelling In The Tension Between Hardy And Fragile Life, Peg Levine
The International Journal of Ecopsychology (IJE)
At the turn of the last century, Shōma Morita, MD (1874-1938), observed the ways thriving habitats revitalize and sustain humans, other mammals, birds, insects, fish, trees, fungi, and other life. Compatibly, Morita progressed his theory of peripheral consciousness (mushojūshin), which informed his therapeutic ecological habitat and methods. In Morita’s era, scholars and clinicians mulled over diverse hypotheses on consciousness and how consciousness theories (or lack of a theory) influence therapy and places of delivery. Largely by the 1980s, phenomenological inquiry was displaced (if not discredited) by advocates and funders of cognitive science. Therein, consciousness was reframed as awareness in ...
Native American Perspectives: From The Red Road In Recovery, 2020 Humboldt State University
Native American Perspectives: From The Red Road In Recovery, James Pete
The International Journal of Ecopsychology (IJE)
CULTURE AND TRADITIONS are a major part of my Red Road in Recovery. I've been involved in Native Art (used to call it Arts and Crafts) from the time I was 8 years old and going on 55 years! I am still learning, in many aspects. But, when I am creating Native Art....there is this place of peacefulness, serenity, a connection to the Higher Power (Gichi Manidoo), those who traveled to the Spirit World, and many others. This is from an Anishinaabe (Chippewa or Ojibwa) aspect.
Mindfulness Therapy Is An Effective Adjunctive Treatment For Adolescents Living With Hiv, 2020 Wayne State University School of Medicine, Detroit, Michigan
Mindfulness Therapy Is An Effective Adjunctive Treatment For Adolescents Living With Hiv, Samantha Rea
Clinical Research in Practice: The Journal of Team Hippocrates
A clinical decision report appraising Webb L, Perry-Parrish C, Ellen J, Sibinga E. Mindfulness instruction for HIV-infected youth: a randomized controlled trial. AIDS Care. 2018;30(6):688–695. https://doi.org/10.1080/09540121.2017.1394434
The Effects Of A Yoga Intervention, 2020 University of Louisiana Monroe
The Effects Of A Yoga Intervention, Karen R. Arrant, Mary W. Stewart
Online Journal of Interprofessional Health Promotion
Sleep disturbance and stress in postmenopausal women pose physical, mental, and emotional health hazards. Researchers examined the effect of a yoga intervention on sleep, stress, anxiety, and depression in postmenopausal women. The study employed a randomized, controlled trial with: (1) a treatment group (yoga intervention) and (2) an attention-control group (health education). All participants completed three PROMIS® – Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System – tools and collected saliva samples before and after the eight-week intervention. The PROMIS® tools measured sleep, anxiety, and depression. Salivary alpha-amylase quantified sleep; salivary cortisol measured stress; and participants self-reported hours of sleep.
Thirty-one women completed the study ...
The Social Value Of Zero Balancing, 2020 Eastern Illinois University
The Social Value Of Zero Balancing, David Laden
The International Journal of Zero Balancing and Transformative Touch
Does Zero Balancing have a social value? Does it in some way contribute to the betterment of society? Does it really have the capacity to make the world a better place? These are questions I started asking myself years ago when I was going through a period of soul searching - investigating my own feelings of powerlessness - feelings of not doing enough in the larger sphere of “making the world a better place”.