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Ghostman: Augmented Reality Application for Telerehabilitation and Remote Instruction of a Novel Motor Skill
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The efficacy of Ghostman was investigated by using it to teach participants to use chopsticks and there were no differences in reduction of error or time to completion between participants using Ghostman compared to those receiving face-to-face instruction. Expand
The effectiveness of interventions to improve resilience among health professionals: A systematic review.
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Findings suggest that resilience training may be of benefit to health professionals, however, not all interventions enhanced resilience with training volume being more effective and not all studies reporting resilience used standard resilience instruments. Expand
The effects of yoga on shoulder and spinal actions for women with breast cancer-related lymphoedema of the arm: A randomised controlled pilot study
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This pilot study demonstrates that participation in yoga may provide benefits for posture and strength in women with Breast Cancer Related Lymphoedema and may be attributed to the focus of yoga on overall postural and functional movement patterns. Expand
The Homeless and Their Animal Companions: An Integrative Review
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This integrative review examined the benefits and challenges of companion animals for the homeless to determine the consistency of findings to aid better service delivery to the homeless population. Expand
Occupational stress and cognitive failure of nurses and associations with on self-reported adverse events: a national cross-sectional survey.
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Higher self-reported adverse events were associated with higher reported stressors and cognitive failure, while 'Working environment stressors' was protective for reported adverse events. Expand
Retraction of publications in nursing and midwifery research: A systematic review.
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Compared to more established academic disciplines, rates of retraction in nursing and midwifery are low, which may indicate that unsound research is not being identified and that the checks and balances incumbent in the scientific method are not working. Expand
A systematic review of Calendula officinalis extract for wound healing
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Some evidence is identified for the beneficial effects of C. officinalis extract for wound healing, consistent with its role in traditional medicine, and there is a need for larger, well‐designed randomized control trials to assess the effect of calendula on wound healing including complications. Expand
Prevalence and Socio-Demographic Predictors of Food Insecurity in Australia during the COVID-19 Pandemic
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The results suggest that the prevalence of food insecurity may have increased during the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly among economically vulnerable households and people who lost income. Expand
Improving Coping Styles in Family Caregivers of Psychiatric Inpatients Using Planned Behavior Problem-Solving Training.
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Implementation by nurses and other health professionals of problem-solving training programs that are based on the theory of planned behavior is recommended to strengthen the use of task- and emotion-oriented approaches that help family caregivers of psychiatric patients better cope with stress. Expand
Exploratory Factor Analysis and Principal Component Analysis in Clinical Studies: Which one should you use?
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Exper exploratory factor analysis (EFA) has many similarities with a commonly used data reduction technique called principal component analysis (PCA). Expand
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