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study of back pain in school children using a questionnaire survey
John N. Lange
Thesis (D.C.)--Anglo-European College of Chiropractic.
|Statement||by J.N. Lange.|
|Contributions||Anglo-European College of Chiropractic.|
|LC Classifications||RD768 .L35|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||78|
Survey data is defined as the resultant data that is collected from a sample of respondents that took a survey. This article enlists survey data collection methods along with examples for both, types of survey data based on deployment methods and types of survey data based on the frequency at which they are administered. This article also throws light on the steps to conduct survey data analysis.
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The aim of this study was to investigate the association between the weight of school bags and the occurrence of low back, shoulder and hand/wrist symptoms among primary school children. Method: This cross-sectional, descriptive-analytical study was conducted among a sample of elementary school children in Tabriz, by: Lower back pain in children using back packs and shoulder bags significantly differed between the urban and rural locations (z =p = and z =p = respectively).
There was no significant relationship between the time spent carrying the bags on the way to school and back by: One hundred forty eight school children (%) had ever had to rest or not play sports because of back pain while 36/ children (%) had ever been taken to the doctor because of back pain.
Lower back pain in children using back packs and shoulder bags significantly differed between the urban and rural locations (z =p = and z Cited by: The current study found a month prevalence of 32% and is in general agreement with prevalence rates reported in the literature, which vary from 15% to 63% [3, 4].Nyland and Grimmer () assessed undergraduate physiotherapy students using the Nordic back care questionnaire, and their thorough assessment of lower back pain retrospectively, allowed the investigators to display Cited by: Free Online Library: Validation of back pain questionnaire in a popoulation of New Zealand adolescents.(RESEARCH REPORT, Report) by "New Zealand Journal of Physiotherapy"; Health, general Back pain Health aspects Backache Health screening Usage Life style Lifestyles Medical screening Pain Care and treatment Pain management Questionnaires Analysis Teenagers Youth.
Low back pain (LBP) is common in children but the prognostic indicators are poorly understood. We report the results of a prospective study to determine the risk factors for chronic LBP in children. Methods. A total of children with LBP were identiﬁed from a cross-sectional survey in schools in Northwest by: Chronic low back pain is the most frequent pain condition in Veterans and causes substantial suffering, decreased functional capacity, and lower quality of life.
Symptoms of post-traumatic stress, depression, and mild traumatic brain injury are highly prevalent in Veterans with back pain. Yoga for low back pain has been demonstrated to be effective for civilians in randomized controlled trials.
the experiencing person says it is, existing when-ever s/he says it does” Pain: Current Understanding of Assessment, Management, and Treatments. National Pharmaceutical Council.
Pain: Current Understanding of Assessment, Management, and Treatments. phenomenological study might explore, for example, the effect that back pain has on sufferers‟ relationships with other people by describing the strain it can cause in marriages or the effect on children of having a disabled parent.
Introduction. Back pain is a common and costly problem.1 The role of different physical treatments is not clear. Evidence suggests that encouraging patients to keep active is effective,2 but evidence for the effectiveness of spinal manipulation is conflicting.3 4 Although specific exercises seem to be ineffective,3 weak evidence exists for general programmes that encourage physical activity as Cited by: Effective strategies for the primary prevention of low back pain (LBP) remain elusive with few large-scale clinical trials investigating exercise and education approaches.
The purpose of this trial was to determine whether core stabilization alone or in combination with psychosocial education prevented incidence of low back pain in comparison to traditional lumbar by: Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of a population based, state-wide public health intervention designed to alter beliefs about back pain, influence medical management, and reduce disability and costs of compensation.
Design: Quasi-experimental, non-randomised, non-equivalent, before and after telephone surveys of the general population and postal surveys of general Cited by: Chronic low back pain causes substantial morbidity and cost to society while disproportionately impacting low-income and minority adults.
Several randomized controlled trials show yoga is an effective treatment. However, the comparative effectiveness of yoga and physical therapy, a common mainstream treatment for chronic low back pain, is unknown.
This is a randomized controlled Cited by: The Impact of Technology on Minors: A Survey-based Study of television viewing in school-aged children using the CBCL. completed the Musculoskeletal Discomfort Questionnaire and a survey. (a) He randomly samples 40 students from the study's population, gives them the survey, asks them to ll it out and bring it back the next day.
(b) He gives out the survey only to his friends, and makes sure each one of them lls out the survey. (c) He posts a link to an online survey on his Facebook wall and asks his friends to ll out the survey. Background: Opioid overdose is a public health crisis. This study describes efforts to develop and validate the Brief Opioid Overdose Knowledge (BOOK) questionnaire to assess patient knowledge gaps related to opioid overdose risks.
Methods: Two samples of illicit opioid users and a third sample of patients receiving an opioid for the treatment of chronic pain (total N = ) completed self. serious back pain and other musculoskeletal problems.
Risks include muscle strain, distortion of the natural S curve of the spine and rounding of the shoulders, chronic shoulder pain and even neck pain. To manage the load, children sometimes arch their backs or lean forward, causing them to develop poor posture as they grow.
The second measure is the physical health summary score from the Short Form (SF) contained in the MEPS Adult SAQ asked in the middle to later part of each calendar year.
The SF is a well-validated health inventory containing 12 questions on a number of dimensions of physical and mental health symptoms and functioning.
The Stanford Systems Neuroscience and Pain Laboratory is focused on using strong research methods and state of the art neuroimaging tools to investigate the emotional and cognitive factors that influence pain as well as the neural plastic changes that occur in chronic pain.
We use neuropsychology. Keep Survey Survey Simple and Focused - If you have a short survey with a clear purpose, you will have more participants and likely more useful results. Keep your questions direct and connected to the underlying theme of the survey.
To maximize results, keep your survey templates as brief as possible (30 or fewer questions and under 10 minutes in duration). The overall objective was to evaluate the predictive validity of a subgroup classification based on the Swedish version of the MPI, the MPI-S, among gainfully employed workers with neck pain (NP) and/or low back pain (LBP) during a follow-up period of 18 and 36 months.
This is a prospective cohort study that is part of a larger longitudinal multi-centre study entitled Work and Health in the Cited by: This research shows that pain was periodically felt by % of respondents, while % of patients perceived pain for some time, and % of patients felt pain constantly during hospitalization.
Medical Outcomes Study Questionnaire Short Form 36 Health Survey (SF) About: The SF is an indicator of overall health status. Items: 10 Reliability: Most of these studies that examined the reliability of the SF_36 have exceeded (McHorney et al., ; Ware et al., ).File Size: KB.
Ending Back Pain is your step-by-step companion to sleuthing your way to a more pain-free existence. Indeed, after centuries of searching for answers to this most common ailment, the time has come to put an end to the misery. As I hope to show in this book, the /5(37). All our sample survey template questions are expert-certified by professional survey methodologists to make sure you ask questions the right way–and get reliable results.
You can send out our templates as is, choose separate variables, add additional questions, or customize our. As a member, you'll also get unlimited access to o lessons in math, English, science, history, and more.
Plus, get practice tests, quizzes, and personalized coaching to help you succeed. ild cohort. A total of children were enrolled in the project. The study was performed in eight mainstream schools and data were collected during an 8-week period from Octo to Decem Results: Using broad tinnitus research questions, the prevalence of any tinnitus was %; of noise-induced tinnitus (NIT) was %; and of spontaneous tinnitus (ST) was %.
Student stress survey questions is a sample questionnaire template that comprises of questions and examples to understand higher education experience, to cope up with stress and the entire experience a student has during their high school.
Stress among students takes a toll on their mental health. Using Positive Discipline Techniques in the Classroom teachers Positive discipline is a more effective way to manage misbehaving students in the classroom, rather than using punishment or rewards. This person then went on to a BS and Masters’ in nursing, became a nurse practitioner, and, at the time of the survey, was contemplating going back to school for a doctorate.
extremities, back, and neck. Studies in this area show a significant association between the total times spent using mobile device each day and pain in the right shoulder and between times spent internet browsing and pain at the base of the right thumb.
This research was supported by a survey. Nonexperimental research utilizing a survey approach with a cross-sectional design Jones, M. A., Stratten, G., Reilly, T., & Unnithan, V. A school-based survey of recurrent non-specific low-back pain prevalence and consequences in children. Health Education Research, 19(3), Research Question: What evidence exists to.
Reassurance, that is, the removal of fears and concerns about illness, is a core aspect of daily medical practice. 1 Fears and concerns about illness are known to influence physical health, 2,3 motivate consulting behavior, and may lead patients to seek expensive and inappropriate interventions.
7,8 The World Health Organization recognizes the contribution of such psychological Cited by: Quantitative cross-sectional survey. A cross-sectional study was conducted at each school among all consenting students in Forms 2 and 3 attending school on the day of the survey.
Socio-demographic and school absenteeism data were collected from girls and boys, and data on menarche, MHM knowledge and practices from by: Weaknesses of Survey Method.
As with all methods of data collection, survey research also comes with a few drawbacks. First, while one might argue that surveys are flexible in the sense that we can ask any number of questions on any number of topics in them, the fact that the survey researcher is generally stuck with a single instrument for collecting data (the questionnaire), surveys are in.
Kovacs F, Gestoso M, Real M, López J, Mufraggi N, Méndez J. Risk factors for non-specific low back pain in schoolchildren and their parents: A population based study. Pain ;–  Gunzburg R, Balagué F, Nordin M, Szpalski M, Duyck D, Bull D, et al.
Low back pain in a population of school by: 9. school furniture continues to be debated, attempt to make improvements has been launched. Researchers have identified a surprisingly high prevalence of back pain among school children and adolescent.
(Watson et al, ). Many authors have tried to establish the extent of mismatch between school furniture and American. Validated measures are surveys and screening questionnaires that have been tested to ensure production of reliable, accurate results.
The instruments provided here are designed for primary data collection and were selected for applicability to groups the NIH has termed "special populations", under-represented in patient-oriented research.
A cross-sectional survey using an anonymous item questionnaire and purposive sampling was used. Questionnaires were distributed to parents of primary school children through the schools.
Date From. ; Date To. ; Keywords. Children, health and disability; Ergonomics in Schools; Low Back Pain; Moving and Handling of Patients; Physiotherapy. Another article titled The School Bully Is Sleepy states the following 13 T.
Parker-Pope. The School Bully Is Sleepy". In: New York Times ().: "The University of Michigan study, collected survey data from parents on each child's sleep habits and asked both parents and teachers to assess behavioral concerns.
The authors of the new study estimate that one in five U.S. children grows up in a household in which someone misuses alcohol or has a substance use disorder. The good news is that the researchers.1.
Introduction. Although precise definitions vary, the International Association for the Study of Pain typically defines chronic pain as pain lasting more than 3 c pain can be either recurrent or persistent and is a serious developmental health concern that can interfere significantly with daily functioning.Children experiencing persistent or recurrent chronic pain (hereafter Cited by: The pain VAS is a unidimensional measure of pain intensity (1), which has been widely used in diverse adult populations, including those with rheumatic diseases (2 - 5).
The pain VAS is a continuous scale comprised of a horizontal (HVAS) or vertical (VVAS) line, usually 10 centimeters ( mm) in length, anchored by 2 verbal descriptors Cited by: