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  • Effectiveness of Instruction Program on Teachers' Knowledge in Primary School regarding Chickenpox Diseases at Al-Najaf City


Noora Farhan Hassan ALAbedi 1, Abeer Miri 2 , Zahra Abdull Abbas Taher 3 Faculty of Nursing, University of Kufa.

Abstract:
Objectives:-To find out the effect of instructional program on Teachers' knowledge about chickenpox disease. To find out association between the instructional program and demographic characteristics of teachers


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  • STUDIES ON THE DEGRADATION OF SAW DUST WASTE


BY PLEUROTUS DJAMOR V.GOKILA, P.VEERA LAKSHMI♥ and K.PARANI♦ ♦Assistant Professor, Department of Botany,

Abstract:
Pleurotus djamor, a basidiomycetes known as a white rot fungi was tested for the effectiveness to degrade wood saw dust (WSD). In our study the white rot fungi i.e., Pleurotus djamor showed a slow and gradual fibre degradation upto 14th day and 21th day respectively followed by steeper decline till the 28th day of degradation. The highest cellulose and hemicellulose degradation (56.2 and 48.5%) in saw dust were found to be caused by Pleurotus djamor monoculture and there was an gradual decrease in the cellulose and hemicellulose content ranged from 31.06% to 56.4% and 10.7% to 48.5% in 28 days of degradation respectively as compared to their controls. Simultaneously, there was an gradual increase in reducing sugars from 11.3% to 16.9% as compared to their initial value (7.7%) during 28 days of fermentation period.


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  • Assessment of self-esteem among patients with hepatitis (B, C) viruses: comparative study.


Haider Mohammed Haloob AL- Abedi, M.Sc.* Hussein Mansour Al-Tameemi,M.Sc. ** Muntadher Salah AL-Naffakh, M.Sc. *** Athraa Abbas Al-Zeyadi, M.Sc.****

Abstract:
Background: Chronic viral hepatic infections are a major threat to public health worldwide. Chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) and hepatitis C virus (HCV) are the leading causes of cirrhosis and hepatocellular carcinoma, two conditions with increasing mortality and burden of disease especially in the developing countries


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  • PRE-REGISTERED NURSES’ PERCEPTIONS OF THE OBJECTIVE STRUCTURED CLINICAL EXAMINATION: A MIXED METHODS STUDY


Yu-Hsin Wang, Ph.D., RN1, Li-Lan Chuang, Ph.D. RN2, Chiu-Tzu Lin, M.S.N., RN3, Lee-Fen Ni, Ph.D., RN1*

Abstract:
This study explored the perceptions of objective structured clinical examination (OSCE) among pre-registered nurses before their last-mile practicum in their fourth year of undergraduate study. A mixed methods approach was used to capture the pre-registered nurses’ perceptions after taking the OSCE. A total of 167 students participated in the study and attended the OSCE consisting of eight stations that lasted eight minutes each.


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