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INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK IN CARE OF CHILDREN IN ONCOLOGICAL TREATMENT

Research Article of International Journal of Pediatric Research and Reviews INTERDISCIPLINARY WORK IN CARE OF CHILDREN IN ONCOLOGICAL TREATMENT Itamara Barbosa Souza1*; Everaldo de Lima Gomes Junior2; Hulda Alves de Araújo Tenório3; Luciana da Silva Viana4; Raíssa Fernanda Evangelista Pires dos Santos5. Introduction: Cancer is currently considered a worldwide public health problem. In addition, studies have shown that it is one of the most prevalent diseases in children, and its impact on children and their families. To take care of this scenario, the interdisciplinarity that is character-ized by the exchange of knowledges among the professionals in search of a common objective stands out. General objective: To report the experience of nursing students during the care giv-en to children with cancer with an interdisciplinary team in a hospital unit. Methodology: This is an experience report that emerged from participation in a social project that provides assistance to children with cancer and degenerative diseases in a hospital unit. Results: Attendance initially occurred with the presentation of the subjects with the perspective of favoring the formation of bond, where dialogue and listening were the instrument of this reception. The activities, later, were composed of consultations and the development of play activities from the interdisciplinary context. Conclusion: In view of the impact that cancer causes in children and in the family, such as psychological and physical, it is believed that the resources of interdisciplinary work can con-tribute to the improvement of physical, social and mental condition in the search for adaptation to treatment and conditions. Keywords: Cancer, Interdisciplinary Communication, Confrontation ...

DESIGN ON AMPLIFICATION APPARATUS SONORA INDIVIDUAL: THE VISION OF DEAF PATIENTS EXECUTIVES

Research Article of International Research Journal of Otolaryngology DESIGN ON AMPLIFICATION APPARATUS SONORA INDIVIDUAL: THE VISION OF DEAF PATIENTS EXECUTIVES Andrielle Gomes de Oliveira1 *; Artemisia Ruth Arruda Lucena Veras2; Bruna Santiago Lira3; Karolyne Rayane de Oliveira e Andrade4; Thaís Priscila de Lima Oliveira5; Rafaely Ribeiro Dantas6 1Discente of the course of Speech-Language Pathology at São Miguel University-PE; 2Fonoaudiologist, master and lecturer of the Speech-Language Pathology course at Universidade São Miguel-PE;3 Psychologist from UFCG-PB, specialist in Neuropsychology; 4Personalized speech therapist from the University Center of João Pessoa-PB; 5Psychologist by UFCG-PB, specialist in Neuropsychology; 6Fonouditologist graduated by the University Center of João Pessoa-PB. Introduction: The sense of hearing is very important for human communication. Hearing loss makes the individual limited or incapacitated to play his role in society. One of the instruments used for auditory rehabilitation is the individual sound amplification apparatus (ISAA). Objectives: To investigate the deaf patients’ conception of the benefits of the individual sound amplification device (ISAA), in addition to identifying the information they have about ISAA.Methods: Field research of the descriptive type in which a structured questionnaire was applied with seven objective questions and a subjective one according to all the ethical aspects provided by Resolution No. 466/12 of the CNS / MS. The same was addressed to four (4) persons responsible for deaf patients who use ISAA in their daily lives and who follow up at the Clinical School of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology at Centro Universitário de João Pessoa-PB. Results: According to the research participants, it was observed that the hearing aid provided benefits to the deaf in terms of improved sound perception, oral language development, socialization of the deaf with the listening society, improvement in socialization of the deaf with another deaf and in the ability of the deaf to read. Conclusion: The use ...

Conflict Theories

Review Article of Global Journal of Religions Conflict Theories Kebede Lemu Bekelcha Department of Social Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Bule Hora University There are many conflict theories. Each of them has its own perspective that shapes the theme of its respective disciplinary approach. Despite their significant differences in treating conflicts, they may share common concerns, interests and focus on similar points that could attract their attentions. Theories of conflict are the explanations put forward to explain causes of conflict. The causes of conflict are numerous and complex, thus creating problem of analysis of specific conflict situations. The theories are advanced to simplify the causes by looking at them in categories. Hence, this term paper entitled “Conflict theories” encompasses conflict theories like Structural Conflict Theory, Realist Theory, Biological Theory, Physiological Theory, Economic Theory, Psycho-Cultural Conflict Theory, Human Needs Theory, Relational Theory, Systemic Theory, Marxist Theory of conflict, International Capitalism Theory of conflict, Game Theory. All these above mentioned theories are elucidated accordingly with their basic ideas. Keywords: Conflict Theories ...

Gender and Conflict: How are Men and Women Differently Affected by Conflict?

Review Article of Global Journal of Religions Gender and Conflict: How are Men and Women Differently Affected by Conflict? Aregash Eticha Sefera Department of Social Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Bule Hora University This term paper entitled “Gender and Conflict responds to the need for deeper understanding of how gender and conflict interrelate. It incorporates the role of gender in conflict resolution, participation of women and conflict management policies, the basic assumption of feminist conflict resolution theory, impacts of conflict on gender and how gender is important in society Conflicts have different impacts on men and women, and on gender relations, like gender based violence, sexual harassment and so on. Conflict may also bring changes to women’s economic roles and changes in the sexual division of labour. Conflict impacts on the distribution of power and its gender dimensions in many different ways. Women are rarely in a position to make direct decisions about the waging of conflict. However, in some cases, power structures may be broken up and decentralized and there may be opportunities for women to gain access to decision-making bodies, at least at a local level. Or women who have access to power may, like their male counterparts, be able to wield it more forcefully. Generally, this paper addressed the ways in which conflict affects men and women differently and their relative positions prior to conflict. Keywords: Gender, Conflict ...

Kinship, Marriage and Family

Review Article of Global Journal of Arts and Humanities Kinship, Marriage and Family Kebede Lemu Bekelcha1, Aregash Eticha Sefera2 Department of Social Anthropology, Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities, Bule Hora University This paper focuses mainly on marriage, family and kinship. Anthropologists traditionally have a strong interest in families, along with larger systems of kinship and marriage. These terms are core in anthropology discipline. They are socially constructed and have different meanings across culture. All these three concepts are discussed in this paper accordingly with necessary examples. Keywords: Kinship, Marriage, Family ...

Study on Decarbonization effect of Ship exhaust Based on Temperature

Research Article of Journal of eSciences Study on Decarbonization effect of Ship exhaust Based on Temperature LI Ke, WANG Zhongcheng, LI Pinyou Merchant Marine College, Shanghai Maritime University, Shanghai 201306, China In order to investigate the effect of temperature of absorption liquid and exhaust temperature of diesel engine on decarbonization efficiency of marine decarbonization tower, the effect of temperature on carbon dioxide absorption efficiency in ship exhaust was studied by means of theory, experiment and simulation. Because of the particularity of the experiment, three exhaust temperatures of 25, 45 and 65 degrees celsius are mainly set up in this paper. The relevant experimental data are collected and analyzed under idle speed, 25% load condition, 50% load condition and 75% load condition, respectively. The experimental results show that under the same load, when the exhaust gas temperature increases, the absorption efficiency shows a downward trend. and the experimental exhaust gas temperature was simulated by Aspen plus software from 35 to 200 degrees celsius respectively. the simulation results show that the absorptivity decreases with the increase of temperature, and the simulation results are consistent with the experimental results, which has a certain reference for the design and operation parameters selection of marine decarburization tower. Keywords: Ship exhaust; Carbon dioxide absorption; NaOH solution; Aspen plus simulation ...