ISSN 1538-1080

Tag: Volume 19, Number 3

A Feasibility Study of Emotional Freedom Technique Taught in the Curriculum for Secondary School Students, to Reduce Stress and Test Anxiety and Enhance Coping Skills

Abstract Objective: This 2008 Feasibility Study explored the impact of teaching Emotional Freedom Technique(EFT) as part of class curriculum for Secondary School students, as a self-care tool for reducing stress and test anxiety and for enhancing coping skills. Participants: Canadian students at a Secondary School taking Planning 10 courses, with combined Grades 10, 11 &

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Tools to Complement Cancer Treatment

In 1990, at the age of 32, I was diagnosed with a rare cancer. I had noticed a lump under my eyelid and my eye was protruding. I was sent to an ophthalmologist and was diagnosed with an infected tear gland, put on antibiotics and sent home. The lump did not go away. I was

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A Survey of Non-circumcising American Parents: Perceptions of Healthcare Provider Knowledge and Attitude of Intact Care

Abstract This descriptive research study aimed to examine the perceptions non-circumcising American families had of healthcare providers (HCP) knowledge and attitudes and to explore how these perceptions impact their decision-making. This inquiry utilized a Community-Based Participatory Research (CBPR) model and Leiningers Theory of Culture Care Diversity and Universality as the framework. Conversations with the partnered

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