Literature review: effective interventions in working with young people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness 1 1 introduction this literature review was commissioned by the commonwealth department of families, housing, community. Literature query used a cross reference of 5 keyword identifiers including: obesity prevention and control, physical activity interventions, health promotion,. Use evidence-based strategies, but at the same time, there remains the need to ensure that evidence-based models are flexible enough to accommodate the needs of different cultures, ethnicities, and communities. Objectives: the purpose of this systematic literature review was to examine the availability and efficacy of non-pharmacological interventions used to manage pain in pediatric patients with sickle cell disease.
The purpose of this literature review is to identify and review research and studies that illustrate effective and/or evidence-based principles of early intervention practice which can be linked to improved child outcomes for children from birth to six years of age, who have special education needs. Included in the review if they have poorly defined interventions, fewer than 10 participants or no control condition literature reviews, and consensus statements, which. This literature review process drew on a total of 45 research reports highlighted by nchv related to employment and training, supportive services, housing, women veterans, operation iraqi freedom/operation enduring freedom (oif/oef), aging veterans, and other topics most. Help students learn to use new strategies with fluency, especially if students face frustration in the final reflection on performance phase, students evaluate their.
A literature review was conducted to identify research into multiple-contact (ie extended) telemedicine interventions for substance-use disorder the goals were: (1) to describe the methodology used to evaluate telemedicine interventions (2) to identify the range of interventions which have been formally evaluated and (3) to summarize the findings. Classroom quiet and smooth, while classroom discipline refers to the procedure and strategies used by the teacher to deal with incorrect actions or behaviors conducted by the student (baron, 1999)(megableh et al, 2007, p1. Many different strategies can be used in activating prior knowledge most of these strategies help students become independent in activating their own prior knowledge research on schema theory and prior knowledge has clearly shown that students construct meaning by using their prior knowledge to interact with the text (anderson & pearson, 1984. Interventions used by chaplains varied across patients and included praying, listening and providing help to overcome fears results indicated that 80% of patients felt that their emotional and spiritual needs were met by the chaplain, and over 85% of the patients felt listened to and supported by the chaplain.
The purpose of this systematic literature review was to explore the empirical research conducted by social workers on interventions for adolescents with substance use problems. Evidence for effectiveness of any specific counselling and psychotherapy intervention or approach is a function of the number, independence and quality of available effectiveness studies, and the quality of these studies is a function of study design, measurements used. Strategies for writing the literature review find a focus a literature review, like a term paper, is usually organized around ideas, not the sources themselves as an annotated bibliography would be organized. Literature review the literature review represents relevant literature and theories which this research focuses on social media is defined as the use of technology combined with social interaction to create or co-create value (jantsch, 2008. Strategies designed to improve staff awareness and to identify and systematically address domestic violence evidence contained in the review can be used in staff guidelines, briefings and training.
Scoping reviews are often used to map the literature in a broad context prior to undertaking a more focused systematic review2 rapid evidence assessments are used to summarise and synthesise research findings within the constraints of time and resources, and differ from systematic review in relation to the extensiveness of the search. The study's primary aims were as follows: (1) to identify, evaluate, and synthesize the research literature on interventions for asd of relevance to occupational therapy and (2) to interpret and apply the research literature to occupational therapy. The aim of this paper is three-fold: (1) to review the literature on well-known treatment modalities that are used by professionals treating victims of childhood sexual abuse, (2) to discuss the relationship between posttraumatic stress.
A systematic review of trauma-focused interventions for domestic violence survivors 2 shorter in duration and less severe and they have access to resources and support (bonanno, 2004. Unfortunately, most of the literature is on nonpharmacological interventions used in either general medicine, geriatric, or perioperative patients 7-16 although critically ill patients certainly differ from most of the populations of patients studied, one can reasonably assume that critically ill patients, who are at the highest risk for. What is the best way to help caregivers in cancer and palliative care a systematic literature review of interventions and their effectiveness rhardingandij higginson department of palliative care and policy, guy's, king's and st thomas' school. This literature review will define reading and phonemic awareness and present two differing views on the reading process the early reading intervention program and the reading recovery program are described and compared in consideration of the most recent research on components of effective programs for young struggling readers.
A literature review surveys books, scholarly articles, and any other sources relevant to a particular issue, area of research, or theory, and by so doing, provides a description, summary, and critical evaluation of these works in relation to the research problem being investigated literature. (occupational) stress intervention(s) and sickness absence/absenteeism intervention(s) the number of articles and book chapters that were considered relevant to our review was 63 a tabular overview of these studies is provided in appendix a.
Background depression and anxiety are treatable disorders, yet many people do not seek professional help interventions designed to improve help-seeking attitudes and increase help-seeking intentions and behaviour have been evaluated in recent times. The questions examined in this literature review were drawn from the changing models of care framework (queensland health 2000) the questions and a summary of the analysis. The literature review on positive behavioral supports suggests with the use of school-wide interventions, targeted early interventions, and targeted intensive interventions, the majority of behavior problems occurring in schools can be eliminated through the use of universal, school-wide interventions designed to prevent or reduce their.