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Study on the perception of orthodontic treatment according to age: A questionnaire survey Objective: This questionnaire study aimed to estimate the overall frequencies of positive perception towards orthodontic treatment among adults categorized according to age, sex, and area of living, and to identify barriers or negative.
This open access book presents findings from 15 European countries participating in the second cycle of the IEA International Civic and Citizenship Education Study (ICCS ).
The study investigates the ways in which young people are prepared to undertake their roles as citizens in a range of countries in the second decade of the 21st cturer: Springer. Study on the perception of orthodontic treatment according to age: A questionnaire survey Article (PDF Available) in Korean Journal of Orthodontics 47(4) July with Reads.
Gray, R. AndersonA study of young people’s perceptions of their orthodontic need and their experience of orthodontic services Prim Dent Care, 5 (), pp.
Google ScholarCited by: Perceptions of orthodontic treatment need are multifactorial and influenced to a greater or lesser degree by many factors.
In fact, 50 per cent of the demand for orthodontic treatment is not related to measurable malocclusions (Lilja-Karlander et al., ). It seems that satisfaction with dental appearance and perception of treatment need is affected by age, gender, and urban/rural areas of Cited by: Abstract – A retrospective survey of local Chinese adult orthodontic patients was undertaken to determine the motivating factors behind orthodontic treatment and the discomfort caused by fixed orthodontic appliances.
From the completed questionnaires of patients, the principal conclusions were that the improvement in dento‐facial aesthetics following orthodontic treatment enhanced their Cited by: Division of Orthodontics, *School of Psychology and **Department of Epidemiology and Public Health, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland SUMMARY The aim of this study was to assess general dental practitioners’ and orthodontists’ perceptions of the benefits of orthodontic treatment.
A specially designed questionnaire. This study ascertained the influence of orthodontic appliances on subjective ratings for social competence (SC), intellectual ability (IA), psychological adjustment (PA), and attractiveness in young adult orthodontic patients.
A cross-sectional analytical questionnaire study was conducted with undergraduates from the by: This study ascertained the influence of orthodontic appliances on subjective ratings for social competence (SC), intellectual ability (IA), psychological adjustment (PA), and attractiveness in young adult orthodontic patients.
A cross-sectional analytical questionnaire study was conducted with undergraduates from the by: This article draws on the findings of a two-and-a-half-year study that examined the process of referral of young people to Children's Social Care Services in England and initial responses once.
As it makes an observable difference to the normal dental appearance, it can have a negative effect on the children's perception. 12 To date, to the best of our knowledge, the impact of dental fluorosis on social perceptions was not studied in a young population.
This study would help to understand whether children make judgments about other children with dental : Hanan Siddiq, Kalyana Chakravarthy Pentapati, Shashidhar Acharya.
Student Expectations and Perceptions of Higher Education 5 Acknowledgments The project team wishes to thank the students who generously gave their time to participate in this research project. Gratitude goes out to the individuals, academics, professional staff, Student Union. First, people ’ s mistrust of media has been found to moderate the inﬂ uence of media on the audience in an array of studies.
Second, people ’ s perceptions regarding media impact matter, albeit indirectly, because people react to these perceptions as if they were real. Third, the effects of perceptions Cited by: 5. especially in early orthodontic treatment, I have accumulated a considerable amount of educational data for teaching pur-poses.
I would like to share this experience and information with readers. The public’s growing awareness of and desire for study of young peoples perceptions of orthodontic services book services, especially at an early age, have encouraged our pro-fession to treat children Size: 1MB.
In addition, no study has been conducted to compare the postgraduate orthodontic training experience between UK trainees and international postgraduates.
Objectives: (1) To investigate orthodontic UK trainees’ and international postgraduates’ perception and satisfaction of their orthodontic education. (2) To compare postgraduate orthodontic Cited by: 1.
• To study the attitude of teenagers and youth, age group years, towards cellular phones. • Enumerate the usage patterns and arrive at peculiarities, gender-wise or age-wise, if any. • Examine the way young people relate to the functionality of mobile phones as well as assess observable phenomena.
Child & adult psychology in orthodontics /certified fixed orthodontic courses by Indian dental academy 1. CHILD AND ADULT PSYCHOLOGY IN ORTHODONTICS INDIAN DENTAL ACADEMY Leader in continuing dental education 2. 1. Study characteristics. The characteristics of each of the qualitative and quantitative studies of the perceived barriers and facilitators of help-seeking in young people are detailed in additional file 3: Qualitative studies included in the review; and additional file 4: Quantitative studies included in the following section provides an overview of these characteristics including Cited by: vi young people, crime and public perceptions: a review of the literature Introduction Offending amongst young people has been at the centre of public and policy makers’ attention in recent years.
Media coverage of high-profile cases and the frequent portrayal of hooded teenagers terrorising communities would suggest that young people areFile Size: KB.
We studied the perception of the young by elderly and compared the attitudes of SU3A and NHR to young people. Materials and Methods The study was conducted between 18 October and 27 November on a group of people over the age of 70 SU3A from Bialystok and 70 people NHR from Bialystok: Nursing Home, Franciscan Sisters’ Nursing Home and Christian Baptist Church Cited by: 2.
Patient perception regarding impact of Orthodontic treatment Acknowledgement We deeply appreciate the services provided by the final year BDS students namely, Janita Laraib, Aleshba Saba, Huma Shiekh, Najeen Ayub Asifa Saeed and Ghanna Iqbal of Margalla Institute of Health Sciences, Rawalpindi in conducting this study.
REFERENCESFile Size: 96KB. orthodontic treatment develops a positive attitude in patient toward dental health.4 Bos et al5 conducted a study to evaluate expectations of treatment and satisfaction with dentofacial appearance in orthodontic patients and concluded that dental appearance is a significant predictor of orthodontic patient’s expectations about treatment A qualitative analysis of perceptions of orthodontists in Concepción about removable orthodontic appliances.
Francisca Matthews.1 Currently there are no studies on the perceptions of orthodontists about ROA and how these perceptions are influencing the A qualitative analysis of perceptions of orthodontists in Concepción about Author: Francisca Matthews.
Knowledge, attitudes and perceptions of mental health and mental illness Page last updated: The first part of the focus group process attempted to explore young people's knowledge, attitudes and perceptions relating to mental health and mental illness. Library use and reading for pleasure • Research reports a link between library use and reading for pleasure; young people that use their public library are nearly twice as likely to be reading outside of class every day (Clark and Hawkins, ).File Size: KB.
SPECIAL ARTICLE The crisis in orthodontic education: Goals and perceptions Steven J. Lindauer, DMD, MDSc,a Sheldon L. Peck, DDS, MS,b Eser Tufekci, DDS, MS, PhD,c Todd Coffey, MS,d and Al M.
Best, PhDe Richmond, Va A crisis in orthodontic education exists today because of a shortage of qualiﬁed people seeking to pursue.
The role of the school nurse is complex with many possible elements identified by previous research. The aim of this study is to understand perceptions of the role of the school nurse in order to support school nurses in the delivery of health education.
The study used an inductive, qualitative research design involving semi-structured interviews and focus by: The Effects of Intergenerational Programmes on Children and Young People A-La Park * Personal Social Services Research Unit, LSE Health and Social Care, London School of Economics and Political Science, Houghton Street, London, UK.
METHODS: Adolescent patients (n = ) and their parents (n = ), and adult patients (n = 50) from a multidoctor practice were personally surveyed regarding treatment duration and acceptance of appliances and techniques to enhance the speed of orthodontic treatment, and how much increase in fees they were willing to pay for these.
Understand social perception and the various subgroups. Understand the importance of using objective methods for employee selection. OVERVIEW This chapter explains how understanding the psychology of attitudes and perceptions can help us better manage the employees of the health services organizations in which we work.
Psychological. Within this context, the present study was aimed to explore knowledge, perception and attitude of community pharmacists (CPs) about EPS and their readiness and acceptance for practice change in the city of Lahore, Pakistan.
A qualitative approach was used to Cited by: 8. A second reason that young people depart church as young adults is that something is lacking in their experience of church. One-third said “church is boring” (31%).
One-quarter of these young adults said that “faith is not relevant to my career or interests” (24%) or. of young people experiencing intimate partner violence were female. Our data shows that nearly 1 in 4 of 13 to 17 year olds accessing specialist young people’s domestic abuse services demonstrate harmful behaviour Key Findings In Marchthe Crime Survey for England and Wales identiied that % of men and % of women aged.
The aims of this study were to investigate how the Peer Assessment Rating (PAR index) predicts the perceived need for orthodontic treatment of mandibular protrusion in Japanese subjects, and to elucidate whether the perceived need for treatment was affected by the raters' orthodontic by: 1.
Literature Review on Attitudes towards Disability 3 Executive Summary Improving attitudes to people with disabilities is a key priority of the National Disability Authority. To this end, NDA is committed to regular surveying to benchmark attitudes in relation to disability and to date has carried out two such national surveys ( and ).File Size: 1MB.
The oral-facial region is usually an area of significant concern for the individual because it draws the most attention from other people in interpersonal interactions and is the primary source of vocal, physical, and emotional communication. As a result, patients who seek orthodontic treatment are concerned with improving their appearance and social acceptance, often more than they are with Cited by: Service users for mental health and young people would include families as well as the young person, many of these families value social workers that are able to provide counselling, practical help and advocacy on their behalf.
They also value the non-stigmatising access to services and help provided by social workers (Ray et al, ). Early childhood caries affects nearly half the population of Australian children aged 5 years and has the potential to negatively impact their growth and development. To address this issue, an Early Childhood Oral Health (ECOH) program, facilitated by Child and Family Health Nurses (CFHNs), commenced in in New South Wales, Australia.
This study builds on the previous evaluation of. Describe the social, economic and cultural factors that will impact on the lives of children and young are many factors that will affect the lives of children and young factors can affect them internally or even externally.
These include: * Housing and community- you may be bullied at school because you live on a council estate, you will be judged. What Do Older People Do Every Day. Among all adults ages 65 and older, nine-in-ten talk with family or friends every day. About eight-in-ten read a book, newspaper or magazine, and the same share takes a prescription drug daily.
Three-quarters watch more than a hour of television; about the same share prays daily. Nearly two-thirds drive a car. First author Kelly Hoffman, a sixth-year PhD candidate in psychology at the University of Virginia, said that to her knowledge, this is the first study that connects racial bias about biology.Youth analysts are increasingly speaking of a new phase in the life course between adolescence and adulthood, an elongated phase of semiautonomy, variously called “postadolescence,” “youth,” or “emerging adulthood” (Arnett, ).During this time, young people are relatively free from adult responsibilities and able to explore diverse career and life options.
In public perception, mental illness and violence remain inextricably intertwined, and much of the stigma associated with mental illness may be due to a tendency to conflate mental illness with the concept of dangerousness.
This perception is further augmented by the media which sensationalises violent crimes committed by persons with mental illness, particularly mass shootings, Cited by: