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"Medical clerkship rotation in government hospitals: Student perceptions on the learning experience".

HERDIN Record No.
PCHRD032907080301
Author(s)
Desiree E. Chiongson
Source Document
The University of the Philippines Manila Journal. January 2005; Vol. 10 ( 1 ) : p. 68 (Journal)
Abstract
In Philippine medical schools, the second month of rotation in a major field or specialty is usually spent on outside rotation in government hospitals to provide the students with a wider field of experience and a larger variety of patients which they do not see in their school's teaching hospital. . . .
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An evaluation of compliance to rabies treatment guidelines, laws, and ordinances.

HERDIN Record No.
PCHRD032907070313
Author(s)
Amor Y. Dela Cruz
Source Document
The University of the Philippines Manila Journal. January 2005; Vol. 10 ( 1 ) : p. 66 (Journal)
Abstract
Rabies is a serious public health problem in the Philippines, ranking fourth worldwide in incidence of disease in 1999. Support from and collaboration among government, nongovernment and private organizations is a necessary requisite for the successful implementation . . .
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"Work behavior of patients with schizophrenia receiving occupational therapy intervention in psychiatric centers in Metro Manila" .

HERDIN Record No.
PCHRD032907060329
Author(s)
Sandra Lee P. Sanido, Lennie A. Yadao, Ria H. Mejia
Source Document
The University of the Philippines Manila Journal. January 2005; Vol. 10 ( 1 ) : p. 65 (Journal)
Abstract
Although there is an existing study identifying work behavior problems commonly addressed by occupational therapists, no literature has been found to determine specific work behavior problems manifested by patients with schizophrenia in specific demographic groups. Su . . .
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Constructing a tissue-catalase-based biosensor for low uric acid concentration determination.

HERDIN Record No.
PCHRD032907060330
Author(s)
Luciana V. Ilao, Mylene Hazelle Anne C. Ferrolino, Karen O. Galaites
Source Document
The University of the Philippines Manila Journal. January 2005; Vol. 10 ( 1 ) : p. 57-64 (Journal)
Abstract
A potential alternative, cost-effective, rapid, and sensitive method for uric acid quantification was developed using a thermal-based biosensor from root nodules of Vigna unguiculatta and pure catalase. The biosensor was constructed by immobilizing the root nodule tissue of Vigna unguiculatta Linn ( . . .
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The use of logbooks as a teaching-learning strategy in community health nursing practice.

HERDIN Record No.
PCHRD032807070309
Author(s)
Merle F. Mejico
Source Document
The University of the Philippines Manila Journal. January 2005; Vol. 10 ( 1 ) : p. 47-56 (Journal)
Abstract
This study described the narrative entries of Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) students from Batch 2000 to 2004. The study explored the use of journaling or logbooks as a strategy or tool in the practice of community health nursing. Data were gathered from interviews or questionnaires, content a . . .
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Quantitative assessment of concept maps in pulmonary physiology of first year medical students.

HERDIN Record No.
PCHRD032807070310
Author(s)
Raquel C. Jocson
Source Document
The University of the Philippines Manila Journal. January 2005; Vol. 10 ( 1 ) : p. 28-46 (Journal)
Abstract
This study implemented small-group learning using case narratives on first year medical students of a city government-funded university in Metro Manila and assessed the students' structural knowledge. Three case narratives were designed, then revised after review by p . . .
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Financial performance of private tertiary hospital corporations in the Philippines, 1997-2003: Policy implications.

HERDIN Record No.
PCHRD032807070304
Author(s)
Jason O. dela Pena, Noel D. Lawas, Fernando M. Sison
Source Document
The University of the Philippines Manila Journal. January 2005; Vol. 10 ( 1 ) : p. 13-27 (Journal)
Abstract
This cross-sectional study describes the liquidity, asset activity, and profitability of 30 privately incorporated tertiary hospitals owned from 1997 to 2003. Ten financial indicators were computed: three for liquidity (current ratio, working capital, quick ratio), fo . . .
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Familial aggregation to Schistosoma japonicum infection in a defined area of the Village Macanip, Jaro, Leyte, Philippines.

HERDIN Record No.
PCHRD032807070311
Author(s)
Rosebelle May S. Azcuna, Gemiliano D. Aligui, Jesus N. Sarol Jr, Ekkehart  Dietz
Source Document
The University of the Philippines Manila Journal. January 2005; Vol. 10 ( 1 ) : p. 1-12 (Journal)
Abstract
Familial aggregation to S. japonicum infection was assessed together with known risk factors to the disease. Across-sectional study design was utilized, with 46 index subjects and 129 relatives of index subjects included in the analysis. All the subjects were residents for the years 1994-1995 of the . . .
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