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International Journal of Health Sciences
ISSN : 25506978     EISSN : 2550696X     DOI : -
Core Subject : Health,
International Journal of Health Sciences is a forum for scholarly and state-of-the-art research into all aspects of health sciences education. It will publish empirical studies as well as discussions of theoretical issues and practical implications. The primary focus of the Journal is linking theory to practice, thus priority will be given to papers that have a sound theoretical basis and strong methodology.
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Efficacy of mediterranean diet on pain and knee range of motion in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: A randomized controlled trial Nabil Mahmoud Abdel-Aal; Ragia Mohamed Kamil; Dalia Ibrahim Tayal; Rania Hakim Hamed; Alshaymaa Shaaban Abd El-Azeim
International journal of health sciences Special Issue IV
Publisher : Universidad Tecnica de Manabi

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Objective: To investigate the combined effect of the Mediterranean diet and designed exercise program on pain, knee Range of motion, and body weight in patients with rheumatoid arthritis. Methods: Forty females with rheumatoid arthritis were allocated randomly to experimental and control group. The experimental group (A) received a Mediterranean diet plane plus exercises while the control group (B) received exercises only. The treatment protocol continued for three months. All patients were examined by numerical pain rating scale (NRS) for pain intensity, Digital weighing scales (DWS) for weight measuring, and Universal goniometers (UG) for knee Range of motion (ROM). All outcomes were measured at two levels: pre-treatment and after three months of intervention. Results: un-paired t-test reported statistically significant difference between both groups after three months of intervention at all outcome measures (P< 0.05) with more favor to experimental group (A). Conclusion: Mediterranean Diet combined with exercise improved pain, knee ROM, and weight reduction than exercise alone in female patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Effect of online education trend on quality management Jain, Paras
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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Computers along with development in satellite communication have given birth to information technology. The prevalence of technology drastically affects many areas of society in positive ways, including education. Modern-day students not only have computers to help them with their schoolwork, they also use the Internet for search while teachers use technology to enhance their lessons.
Effect of online education trend on quality management
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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Computers along with development in satellite communication have given birth to information technology. The prevalence of technology drastically affects many areas of society in positive ways, including education. Modern-day students not only have computers to help them with their schoolwork, they also use the Internet for search while teachers use technology to enhance their lessons.
Importance of primary health care in the society Agarwal, Rishu; Jain, Paras; Ghosh, Mani Shankar; Parihar, Khushboo Singh
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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Primary health care (PHC) is the frontline care of the health care system that is comprehensive and coordinated. PHC provides multidisciplinary, patient-centered care with a focus on both the treatment and prevention of various conditions. It is the first point of contact to keep people well and improve their quality of life. A strong, accessible PHC system reduces pressure on hospitals by supporting people to manage their health issues in the society. The ultimate goal of primary health care is better health for all. WHO has identified key elements to achieving that goal: reducing exclusion and social disparities in health, organizing health services around people's needs and expectations. The present paper is related to status and role of primary health care in India.
Importance of primary health care in the society
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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Primary health care (PHC) is the frontline care of the health care system that is comprehensive and coordinated. PHC provides multidisciplinary, patient-centered care with a focus on both the treatment and prevention of various conditions. It is the first point of contact to keep people well and improve their quality of life. A strong, accessible PHC system reduces pressure on hospitals by supporting people to manage their health issues in the society. The ultimate goal of primary health care is better health for all. WHO has identified key elements to achieving that goal: reducing exclusion and social disparities in health, organizing health services around people's needs and expectations. The present paper is related to status and role of primary health care in India.
Introduction about child health status in India Billaiya, Roshni; Jain, Anupam; Agarwal, Rishu; Jain, Paras
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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Child health is a multifaceted problem which is directly linked to a large extent to mother’s health conditions, safe delivery conditions, socio-economic conditions of the family and the health care system. Over the time, the nation has implemented a number of child-centric programs, the poor health status of women and children in terms of high mortality and morbidity was another health priority in this country. Health facilities like hospitals and health centers were established for providing Maternal and Child Healthcare through antenatal, intra-natal and postnatal services. In addition, a number of special programs and schemes like immunization against vaccine-preventable diseases, nutrition interventions like iron and folic acid distribution and vitamin A supplementation, diarrheal disease control through Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT), Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) control program etc. were implemented over the past. In order to, ensure maximum benefit from these programs and to provide services in an integrated manner to these vulnerable groups strong monitoring system required.
Introduction about child health status in India Roshni Billaiya; Anupam Jain; Rishu Agarwal; Paras Jain
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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Child health is a multifaceted problem which is directly linked to a large extent to mother’s health conditions, safe delivery conditions, socio-economic conditions of the family and the health care system. Over the time, the nation has implemented a number of child-centric programs, the poor health status of women and children in terms of high mortality and morbidity was another health priority in this country. Health facilities like hospitals and health centers were established for providing Maternal and Child Healthcare through antenatal, intra-natal and postnatal services. In addition, a number of special programs and schemes like immunization against vaccine-preventable diseases, nutrition interventions like iron and folic acid distribution and vitamin A supplementation, diarrheal disease control through Oral Rehydration Therapy (ORT), Acute Respiratory Infection (ARI) control program etc. were implemented over the past. In order to, ensure maximum benefit from these programs and to provide services in an integrated manner to these vulnerable groups strong monitoring system required.
Impact of medical education trend in community development Malaiya, Soman; Shrivastava, Ashish; Prasad, Guru; Jain, Paras
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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Problem-based learning has been described as one of the most significant developments in medical education. The trend of medical education plays a vital role in determining the success of universal health coverage in India. The motto of health education is community-based training, where students are placed in the community and learn by delivering the care using the existing health services.
Impact of medical education trend in community development
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21744/ijhs.v1i1.19

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Problem-based learning has been described as one of the most significant developments in medical education. The trend of medical education plays a vital role in determining the success of universal health coverage in India. The motto of health education is community-based training, where students are placed in the community and learn by delivering the care using the existing health services.
Effect of nuclear family in participation of activities Parihar, Khusboo Singh; Dahiya, Rajkumar; Billaiya, Rachna; Jain, Paras
International journal of health sciences Vol. 1 No. 1 (2017): April
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In nuclear families parents pay more attention to child education; they plan school, college, career after discussion with field experts. Such consciousness increases their intention towards quality education. Parents belonging to nuclear family pay more money rather than a conventional family. Parents have become more concerned for child In other families attention on a child is distributed and unable to concentrate child only. This social trend influence child performance and quality education. They have a financial plan also regarding the study.

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