Martin Moynihan

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  • M Moynihan
  • 1984
Nurses involved in cardiac rehabilitation have a responsibility and an opportunity to promote positive changes in lifestyle through patient education programs. Assessing patients' needs and setting goals with the patient are essential for attainment of the maximum benefit from the educational program. The problem of dwindling resources and pressures to(More)
In this article previous research on the perception of visual aids by non-literates in Kenya, Zambia, Ghana, Papua New Guinea, Mexico, as well as among immigrant groups in London and Paris, in Nepal and, by the authors in northern India, is reviewed. Recognition of pictures is affected by the particular culture of each group. In Africa, photos are better(More)
HEALTH education conventionally takes one of two forms, a mass campaign to the whole population using the media, or an approach to members of chosen at-risk groups, through individual or small group sessions. The following study explores the efficacy of one-to-one education of the whole adult population, at risk or not, by visiting a random sample of them(More)
4 pilot programs for training folk practitioners to provide specific types of primary health care (PHC) services in villages in the Varanasi area of India were described and evaluated. The programs were developed by staff members of Benaras Hindu University and by members of several other universities. The training programs included 1) 2 courses on the(More)
Moynihan (1976) mentioned an undescribed species of Callicebus between the ríos Caquetá and Orteguaza, Caquetá Department , Colombia. In August 2008, we confirmed the new species, which is phylogenetically related to C. ornatus and C. discolor to the north and south of the type locality respectively. We described this species as Callicebus caquetensis(More)
A RANDOM sample of adults in Glasgow was surveyed by trained interviewers to determine public knowledge on four topics chosen specifically for each of four age groups. The topics were: Welfare rights and services; Coronary Heart Disease (CHD) and individual action that can reduce risk; The dangers of smoking in pregnancy; and fluoride and its functions and(More)
The generation and movement of money is an essential element of illicit drug trafficking. Indeed, the interest of those who are often the most influential in this criminal activity is money. Society is increasingly regulated, and this regulation and the enormous sums of money illegal drug activities generate provide an opportunity to identify and follow(More)
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