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Aims The aim of this study was to perform a concept analysis of communication with mechanically ventilated patients in intensive care units and present a preliminary model for communication practice with these patients. Design The Im & Meleis approach for concept analysis guided the study. Search Methods A literature search was performed in Janua...
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Hand gestures and poses allow us to perform non-verbal communication. Sign language is becoming more important with the increase in the number of deaf and hard-of-hearing communities. However, learning to understand sign language is very difficult and also time consuming. Researchers are still trying to find a better way to understand sign language...
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Presentation skill is very vital skill for the employability of the students of professional courses. It is generally prescribed in every curriculum of Communication Skills, Soft Skills, Employability skills and the similar subjects. It is an observable fact that, in traditional learning environments, students fail to master it even though they lea...
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The neuro-cognition of multimodal interaction---the embedded, embodied, predictive processing of vocal and non-vocal communicative behaviour---has developed into an important sub-field of cognitive science. It leaves a glaring lacuna, however, namely the dearth of a precise investigation of the meanings of the verbal and non-verbal communication si...
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Code-Switching is a prevalent phenomenon that may be observed in verbal or non-verbal communication of bilinguals who shift between two languages in a conversation. This paper concentrates on the sociolinguistic factors that influence Filipino-English bilinguals to engage in Code-Switching in an online written discourse. Data were gathered by means...
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The current study deals with investigating the phenomenon of silence as an effective way of non-verbal communication. It aims to reveal how silence may be effectively used in conversation by observing how speakers react to silence. demonstrating the social and practical benefits of silence as a form of communication and analyzing the study's data....
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Background The global COVID-19 pandemic necessitated rapid adoption of remote provision across child and adolescent mental health services (CAMHS). The study aimed to understand young people’s, parents’/carers’, and professionals’ experiences of remote provision across CAMHS in one NHS Trust in the North West of England to inform future recovery pr...
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Trust is fundamental in building meaningful social interactions. With the advance of social robotics in collaborative settings, trust in Human–Robot Interaction (HRI) is gaining more and more scientific attention. Indeed, understanding how different factors may affect users’ trust toward robots is of utmost importance. In this study, we focused on...
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The paper will examine power relations via body language, as an as pact of non-verbal communication. Studies of body language aries within such divergent (and often leo lated) disciplines as semiotics, pay. chology, and performance studies, while published works are further divided between the popular and the scientific. Popular works are often acc...
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Human beings, in their various environments, communicate their ideas, feelings, and life experiences through verbal or non-verbal means. The way people speak, move their bodies, gesticulate, and handle spatial relationships are important to all kinds of interpersonal communication. In most non-verbal communication situations, as experienced in the...
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Research shows the disruptive effects of early maltreatment on the autonomic nervous system (ANS) functioning in adulthood. Psychotherapists tend to report higher rates of personal experience with early maltreatment, but also fewer mental problems and disturbances in adulthood, as compared to other professions. However, the role of the ANS in these...
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The social distancing regulations introduced to slow down the spread of COVID-19 virus directly affect a basic form of non-verbal communication, and there may be longer term impacts on human behavior and culture that remain to be analyzed in proxemics studies. To obtain quantitative results for such studies, large media and/or personal photo collec...
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Ashworth Hospital provides care for inpatients detained under the Mental Health Acts who present a danger to themselves or others. Rehabilitative interventions can help support the best outcomes for patients, their families, care providers, and society. The efficacy of weekly Shared Reading sessions for four patients with experience of psychosis an...
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Merti Dusun is a ritual ceremony carried out by the villagers as a thanksgiving social act. This is expressed through a series of events covering cleaning the village, offering agricultural products, and performing Reog. Reog Wahyu Turonggo Aji (we will call it The WTA Reog) is one of Kemawi village’s cultural art performances that symbolizes cultu...
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Keris is one of the cultural products in the form of a dagger originating from Java. Keris is still made today as can be seen in Besalen Buwana Aji Kalingga which is owned by Empu Afrizal Fadli Azizi, S.Kom.I. He uses various processions including uttering mantras containing cultural meaning that form a series of verbal and non-verbal communication...
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Non-verbal communication is the manner by which we express our sentiments, feelings, demeanors, conclusions and perspectives through our body developments. The famous axiom "Activities talk louder than words" holds a lot of importance with regards to understanding the embodiment of non-verbal communication. When we impart our considerations without...
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Resumen Antecedentes y objetivos Mucho se ha discutido sobre el uso de la gestualidad en la afasia. Tradicionalmente, los estudios se han centrado en dos aspectos: a) determinar si su empleo se encuentra deteriorado o no en la afasia, y b) si la presencia o ausencia de fluidez tiene alguna influencia en su uso. Sin embargo, en español son pocas la...
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Research Methods in Deliberative Democracy is the first book that brings together a wide range of methods used in the study of deliberative democracy. It offers thirty-one different methods that scholars use for theorizing, measuring, exploring, or applying deliberative democracy. Each chapter presents one method by explaining its utility in delibe...
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Angklung, being one of the most iconic traditional instruments in Indonesia, is the pride and joy of the Sundanese people. That said, this form of musical art should be preserved and passed down to the next generations by teaching it and by performing it to encourage both domestic and international masses to continue to appreciate it. For the perfo...
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Communication has become the key to success in every organisation. An individual can’t survive without good communication skills. The basic purpose communication is to get across the message limpidly and unequivocally. It requires conscious efforts from the interlocutors to make the communication effective. The encoder and decoder both should have...
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Abstract: Non-verbal communication refers to the process of interaction without using written or spoken language. It is a process of sending and receiving wordless messages by means of facial expressions, gestures, postures, and other tones of voice. Non-verbal cues include all expressive signs and signals which are used to send and receive message...
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The design of robot motion is one of the most important questions in social robotics as it underpins successful human–robot interaction. Human-inspired motion design based on anthropomorphic models, through which human motion features are identified and implemented in a robot, is dominant in social robotics. The article considers perceptual, commun...
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During evolution, humans have formed a priority perceptual preference for others’ gazes. The gaze direction of others is called the gaze cue, conveying environmental information, a critical non-verbal communication in early humans. Recently, empirical evidence has indicated that gaze cues can affect high-level cognitive processes, such as memory. U...
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Being responsive to a partner’s sexual needs in relationships (i.e., sexual need responsiveness) is associated with higher sexual and relationship satisfaction. Previous research has focused on researcher-led definitions of sexual need responsiveness. The purpose of the present study was to develop a participant-informed definition of sexual need r...
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Oriental Martial Arts such as Taijiquan-Tuishou and Aikido represent some of the Asian influences on western culture resulting from immigration from China and Japan to the United States of America during the middle of the 20th century. Contact Improvisation, a style of post-modern dance performed in pairs, is one of the manifestations enriched by t...
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A JOURNEY FROM PINK TO WHITE: FIXING A GUMMY SMILE R. Godevithane*, H.A.U Denagama* *Restorative Unit A, Institute of Oral Health, Maharagama Smile is a key component of non-verbal communication and determines the first impression of a person. Aesthetically pleasing smile is an invaluable asset that creates a feeling of self-confidence and self-est...
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Human eye contact is a form of non-verbal communication and can have a great influence on social behavior. Since the location and size of the eye contact targets vary across different videos, learning a generic video-independent eye contact detector is still a challenging task. In this work, we address the task of one-way eye contact detection for...
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Background Women’s childbirth experiences in health facilities is at the core of quality of care. Their perceptions of poor-quality care, including disrespectful care at health facilities during childbirth, is recognized as a significant barrier to seeking care for subsequent births. Research that explores women’s perspectives of the dimensions of...
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This study focuses on the performing arts of tourism by examining the identity of performing arts that communicate local culture. Remembering the identity of a country becomes very quickly and easily captured through the performing arts of tourism. This article examines the identity of performing arts that tell the story of the Ramayana, which is c...
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Speech and language impairments are central features of CDK13 -related disorder. While pathogenic CDK13 variants have been associated with childhood apraxia of speech (CAS), a systematic characterisation of communication has not been conducted. Here we examined speech, language, non-verbal communication skills, social behaviour and health and devel...
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Communication a necessary component of the training process that cannot be ignored until the competition period. Effective communication between fellow athletes during physical training, technical training, and mental training can lead to complete understanding for athletes. Likewise, during a match, when technical, physical, and mental exercise is...
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Acting emotions refers to the actor's ability to perform a character's emotions as his/her own emotions and deliver them to the public. We designed an experimental protocol to investigate the physiological correlates of emotional valence and arousal (V-A) within 11 theatre actors (36 years average). We analysed continuous annotation trajectories an...
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There is free online access. Mainstream law and ethics literature on consent to children’s surgery contrasts with moral experiences of children and adults observed in two heart surgery centres. Research interviews were conducted with 45 practitioners and related experts, and with 16 families of children aged 6 to 15, admitted for non-urgent surgery...
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Background All Canadian Residency Matching Service (CaRMS) R1 interviews were conducted virtually for the first time in 2021. We explored the facilitators, barriers, and implications of the virtual interview process for the CaRMS R1 match and provide recommendations for improvement. Methods We conducted a cross-sectional survey study of CaRMS R1 r...
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Background Simulation research that seeks to solve the problem of silence among interprofessional teams has focused almost exclusively on training subordinate team members to be more courageous and to speak up to team leaders using direct challenge scripts despite the great interpersonal cost. Consequently, the existing literature overemphasizes th...
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Exegesis In my doctoral inquiry, I focused on the relational space in the therapy room. The relational space is a concept that may appear in different forms and include words, emotions, non-verbal communication, objects within the context of space and time (Gergen, 2015). As a systemic practitioner and practitioner researcher, I find the process,...
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The use of self-avatars in a VR application can enhance presence and embodiment which leads to a better user experience. In collaborative VR it also facilitates non-verbal communication. Currently it is possible to track a few body parts with cheap trackers and then apply IK methods to animate a character. However, the correspondence between tracke...
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Language is considered as a social behavioral phenomenon for human beings. It is the essential tool for communicative interaction among people. Humans use language to convey their thoughts, feelings, and wishes to others. Language is enriched by the speakers who use language for a specific purpose in a specific situation to convey meanings that hel...
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In the field of non-verbal communication of emotions, a discussion remains regarding the universality of expressions of emotions and the cultural effects on these expressions. Presently two theories attempt to explain this phenomenon: the Neuroculture theory and Dialectic theory. Both of them focus on the explanation of non-verbal communication of...
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As robots increasingly enter human-centered environments, they must not only be able to navigate safely around humans, but also adhere to complex social norms. Humans often rely on non-verbal communication through gestures and facial expressions when navigating around other people, especially in densely occupied spaces. Consequently, robots also ne...
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This study investigated art therapy as communicative therapeutic intervention among female prison inmates at the Kumasi Female Prison. The study participants for the research comprised 34 inmates who had agreed and shown interest in partaking in the research. This group was purposively sampled with the help of the Depression, Anxiety, Stress Scale,...
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Siblings play an important role in the behavioral trajectories of individuals with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). While having siblings has been associated with positive outcomes in ASD, including stronger adaptive functioning, social and non-verbal communication, and theory of mind, little is known about the impact of siblings on more negative ou...
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Physically challenged people like deaf and dumb face difficulty in communicating with others. They generally communicate using sign language gestures. Every normal person may not be aware of the sign language gestures, and it is challenging to learn the language. There have been various technological improvements, as well as much research, to aid t...
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Objectives To explore patients’ experiences and recommendations for discussions about their prognosis and end of life with their physicians. Methods Patients with advanced cancer or advanced chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) were enrolled in qualitative interviews, which were analyzed with a phenomenological and thematic approach. Resu...
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Research question How closely do custody suite encounters between detainees and custody suite officers (CSOs) match the procedural standards for decision makers treating people who are subject to their authority? To what degree does measurement of procedural justice displayed by CSOs on closed-circuit television (CCTV) records vary across detainees...
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Effective communication creates a positive working environment and thus increases the job performance of the staff. However, the absence of proper communication between the members of an organisation or a company would result in failure to achieve the agreement while working. Therefore, this study aims to investigate how perceptual factors, verbal,...
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Communication is the glue that binds every aspect of the marriage institution. The traditional marriage system of the Egene (Engenni) people of Rivers State is not an exception. The pioneering study by Amachree (1982) on the socio-cultural shifts in the Engenni people's marriage and family systems was very illuminating. However, it seems that not e...
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The concept of Human-Robot Collaboration (HRC) describes innovative industrial work procedures, in which human staff works in close vicinity with robots on a shared task. Current HRC scenarios often deploy hand-guided robots or remote controls operated by the human collaboration partner. As HRC envisions active collaboration between both parties, o...
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Introduction: Uncovering the perspective of children with multiple disabilities is important in health care to enable person-centred health care. For occupational therapists, uncovering the child perspective on meaningful activities is necessary to set appropriate goals for treatment. It is not always evident that children with multiple disabiliti...
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Social and emotional communication is an integral tenant of life quality and well-being. Aberrations in functional connectivity can alter social emotional behavior in numerous disease states, including dementia. This paper aims to review the major network changes observed in Alzheimer's disease, with a focus on the tri-network model. The central ex...
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The expression on the human face is a means of non-verbal communication. In the talent search event, the facial expressions shown by the judges when watching the participants' performances became one of the components to see whether the contestant who was performing could qualify for the next round or he would fail. Haar cascade is used to provide...
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Death is a necessary end for every mortal. Conveying the news of a married woman’s death to her ancestral home in Igbo land is a delicate task that requires tact and skills. This work sets out to investigate how the message of the passing of a married woman is conveyed to her ancestral home to find out who breaks the news, the strategies involved i...
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The study of body language is one of the most important psychological and behavioral studies that have received the attention of researchers and specialists in the field of psychology is the language of non-verbal communication, through the body and its behaviors we can express the components of the soul and what is going on in its mind and we can...
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The study of body language is one of the most important psychological and behavioral studies that have received the attention of researchers and specialists in the field of psychology is the language of non-verbal communication, through the body and its behaviors we can express the components of the soul and what is going on in its mind and we can...
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The issue of laboratory critical value (CV) reporting has gained importance in the recent times due to the national focus on patient safety. Critical value notification (CVN) has become an essential part of accreditation procedures for medical laboratories, including the universally accepted International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 1518...
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Widespread use of face masks during the COVID-19 pandemic has stimulated interest in their effect on interpersonal communication. We asked whether face masks modulate posing during selfie-taking and whether they affect the attractiveness of the poser. We collected a dataset of selfie pairs (one with and one without the mask) from a population of un...
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In recent years, automatic facial expression recognition (FER) is a primary processing method of non-verbal communication and conveys their intention states among human–machine interaction. In this paper, we have proposed a novel FER system that wisely detects automatic fiducial points, generates robust multi-perspective views facial masks and reco...
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ABSTRACT communication is a fundamental part of interpretation, and an interpreter without a good knowledge of non-verbal communication cannot be a complete interpreter. Because the interpretation process is not only the process of meaning transference from one language to another, and it is also the transference of the facial expression, tone of v...
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Herein, a multifunctional bilayer wound patch is developed by integrating a debonding‐on‐demand polymeric tissue adhesive (DDPTA) with an ionic conducting elastomer (ICE). As a skin adhesive layer, the DDPTA is soft and adherent at skin temperature but hard and non‐tacky when cooled, so it provides unique temperature‐triggered quick adhesion and no...
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This research analyses the discourse of emotions reflected in verbal and non-verbal communication of two actresses from two different geographical areas having the same historical background. The aim is to investigate different kinds of emotions, variations in ideologies, the 'why' and 'how' of their verbal and non-verbal discourse patterns with No...
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Communication is the essential part of our life. In every process, communication plays an important role. These days technology totally changes our communication ways and the environment. They provide us a different platform for communication such as conversation through the phone call, instant messaging, mail, chat, blogs, social media sites etc....
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Purpose This study investigates patients’ experiences of interaction with their healthcare professionals (HCPs) during cancer treatment and identifies elements that HCPs can utilize to improve cancer care provision. Methods PubMed, CINAHL, PsycINFO, SCOPUS, and Embase were systematically searched for relevant studies published from January 2010 un...
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This paper reports three exploratory empirical studies with older adults that had little or no prior experience with interactive technologies. The participants were introduced to interactive technology by playing games on touchscreens, playing in pairs with the assistance of a mentor. We focus on two principle aspects, the peer-to-peer interaction...
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A key goal in human-robot interaction (HRI) is to design scenarios between humanoid robots and humans such that the interaction is perceived as collaborative and natural, yet safe and comfortable for the human. Human skills like verbal and non-verbal communication are essential elements as humans tend to attribute social behaviors to robots. Howeve...
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Worldwide, the Covid-19 pandemic has transformed teaching contexts rapidly. Studies on the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic have largely focused on students’ learning and well-being. In contrast, little is known about how emergency online teaching affects teachers. The aim of this study was to examine how disrupted teaching contexts during the Covi...
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Objective The main aim of this study was to explore the views and perceptions of dietetic educators on their ability to assess communication skills of undergraduate student dietitians in a telehealth setting. A secondary aim was to provide recommendations to educators when assessing these skills using telehealth. Methods A descriptive qualitative...
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The sign, like language, refers to different ideas, and the individual needs to learn these signs with all their types and functions. It is a form of non-verbal communication that constitutes an important mechanism for man’s interaction with his environment. Design constructions that enabled the designer to express her idea and themes. The most imp...
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This study investigates the portrayal of the autistic character in Atypical film seasons one and two through verbal and non-verbal pragmatic language impairment analysis. The qualitative method and the theory of mind by Attwood and Stemmer Whitaker were employed in the research. This study found that the autistic character in Atypical film made 320...
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Background The patient communication experience is an important outcome measure that guides quality improvements in healthcare settings specifically in cancer care. Therefore, this study aimed to explore the patient’s communication experiences with nurses in cancer care settings. Methods Semi-structured face to face interviews were conducted with...
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Developing communication skills in collaborative contexts is of special interest for educational institutions, since these skills are crucial to forming competent professionals for today’s world. New and accessible technologies open a way to analyze collaborative activities in face-to-face and non-face-to-face situations, where collaboration and st...
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The Tumpek Pengatag ceremony is a form of relationship between humans and plants which has the essence of expressing gratitude to Sang Hyang Sankara as a manifestation of God in creating all types of plants (sarwatumuwuh) for human life and prosperity. The form of the Tumpek Pengatag ceremony is a special form of sacred ceremony as a form of expres...
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Background It is not clear how changes to healthcare delivery related to the COVID-19 pandemic, including virtual care and social distancing restrictions, have impacted the experience of living with cancer. This study aimed to discover a theory capable of describing the cancer experience, how the pandemic impacted it, and for guiding predictions ab...
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The presentation will enable delegates: 1. To become familiar with the psychodynamics of helping strategies. 2. To understand appropriate patient management. 3. To discuss verbal and non-verbal communication skills
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The teaching and learning of a second language is such a complex educational area that practitioners and teachers must continue to find better ways to help learners acquire the language faster and easier. Academic presentation skills and public speaking remains one of the most challenging areas of language acquisition and expression. This classroom...