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Burnout and coping among Chinese secondary school teachers in Hong Kong.
  • D. Chan, E. Hui
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The British journal of educational psychology
  • 1 March 1995
The tripartite components of burnout and eight coping strategies were assessed in a sample of 415 Chinese secondary school teachers in Hong Kong. While emotional exhaustion and depersonalisation wereExpand
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Evaluation of chronic disease self-management programme (CDSMP) for older adults in Hong Kong
ObjectivesTo evaluate the locally-adapted CDSMP for older adults with chronic diseases in Hong Kong in the primary care setting.DesignA longitudinal, quasi-experimental study.SettingCommunity-basedExpand
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The Potential of a Person-Centered Approach in Caring for Patients With Cancer: A Perspective From the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine
Background: Evolving patient preferences as well as an expanding evidence base for commonly used complementary and alternative medicine therapies for patients with cancer have led to inroads byExpand
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Introducing integrative East-West medicine to medical students and residents.
Over the last several years, many medical schools and residencies have introduced complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) into their curricula, prompting a discussion as to how CAM should beExpand
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Promoting physical activity and exercise in older adults.
Although the benefits of increased physical activity and exercise are universally recognized, many older persons remain sedentary, and relatively few achieve recommended levels of activity. EffectiveExpand
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Development of the Chinese nutrition screen (CNS) for use in institutional settings.
OBJECTIVES To develop and validate a nutritional screening tool (CNS) for elderly Chinese subjects in the institutional setting. DESIGN Using the MNA as a guide, a questionnaire was developedExpand
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Usefulness of the Chinese Nutrition Screening (CNS) tool in predicting 12 month mortality in elderly Hong Kong Chinese living in institutions
ObjectivesTo determine the cut off score of the CNS in predicting 12 months mortality.DesignData was collected and followed up from a previous study among elderly subjects (n = 515) living inExpand
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Botulinum Toxin Type A Injection for the Management of Myofascial Temporomandibular Pain Disorder
Abstract Objective: To evaluate the effect of botulinum toxin type A injection on pain in myofascial temporomandibular disorder Patients and Methods: Six patients with temporomandibular myofascialExpand
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Differences Between Current and Desired Physician Hypertension Management Roles Among Chinese American Seniors: a Qualitative Study
Though patient-physician racial concordance correlates with better perceived shared decision-making, Chinese immigrants report low quality of care and have undertreated hypertension regardless ofExpand