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    Results McGill pain questionnaire Melzack (1975) developed the Mcgill Pain Questionnaire (MPQ) in 1975 to assist in evaluating the subjective pain experiences of clients noting that different pain has unique qualities. It made up of 78 pain descriptions divided into three categories, sensory, affective and evaluate (Boyle, Boerresen & Jang, 2015; Melzack, 1975; Melzack, 2005). Malzack (1975) described the three main measures as the pain rating index, which is based on the value assigned to each word, the number of words choose and the present pain intensity which is a 1-5 intensity scale. There are several reasons for a therapist to utilize the MPQ for pain assessment. Firstly, the therapist can use the MPQ to identify qualitative aspects…

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    There are moments that I ask, “Why does pain exist? Why do people die? Why do people hurt? Why do people cry for one another? Why do bad things happen?” It’s always difficult to find an answer. This pain that comes in to question plays a major role in this book. Pain affected everyone in every aspect of the story. This book exemplifies how pain affects people, how people handle it, if they can grow from it, and the point of it. First and foremost, it affected Hazel Grace Lancaster in the form…

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    I categorize my research in all three purposes; exploratory, descriptive and explanatory (Mahboob, 2015, lecture 1). For the qualitative approach, I will start with questionnaires survey with examples like how tourists feel about wine tasting and what they like about wine tourism. By setting up questionnaires, it would be an excellent idea because I will be collecting large numbers of respondents and analyses them statistically. To add more to it, I would like to explore tourist’s intention in…

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    of online reviews, consumer based brand equity, attitude towards the brand and purchase intentions were made. 5.4 Data analysis procedure Data analysis procedure includes following activities such as data entry of responses, datascreening and selecting proper data for the data analysis strategy (Sekaran, 2003). To find out data entry errors, data screening was performed, which includes (data cleaning, screening the data, reliability analysis, validity tests, descriptive data and test of…

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    to manage the data. Quantitative data will be obtained through questionnaires and qualitative data will be obtained through individual as well as focus group interviews. Sampling The research setting will be Texas, USA. Texas is the second largest state of America with many industries and people are working in different job environments with varying levels of facilities and securities available for employees. For the qualitative analysis, about 50 individuals and 25 target groups will be…

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    Companies often seek this information through the use of surveys which involves the collection of data by having people answer a series of questions. These questions may be presented in the form of questionnaires or interviews. In this case, the survey was conducted through the use of questionnaires by the General Medical Council. The survey which I had selected…

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    about the amount and types of electronics they had in their bedroom. Students were also asked about their usual bedtime, wake time, and their perceived amount of sleep needed. In 2006, the school independently decided to change school start time for Year 12 and Year 13 (senior students) from 9:00 to 10:30, while keeping the start time at 9:00 for years 9-11 (junior students). 212 year 9 and 12 students completed the first survey in 1999, and 455 year 9, 11 and 12 students completed the 2008…

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    Pediatric acute pain management it one of the top priorities in pediatric nursing. It is one of the top reasons to seek medical care. Acute pain refers to pain that is not long-lasting. This could be from a medical procedure, injury, illness, or simple operation. Depending on what causes the pain it could last from a few seconds to a few weeks. The use of a combination of both pharmacological and non-pharmacological pain interventions can improve pain control in the pediatric patient.…

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    A nurse can use several pain assessment tools that include initial pain assessment, the brief pain inventory, the short- form McGill Pain Questionnaire, PQRST method of pain assessment, pain-rating scales, numeric rating scales, verbal descriptor scale, visual analogue scale, and the descriptor scale. Then for a infants a nurse would depend on the patient's behavioral and physiologic cues, and when assessing a two year old the nurse would be able to rely on the patient to point to the location…

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    by the brain and phantom-limb pain. Flor et al. compared the cortical reorganization in 13 upper-limb amputees (using magnetic source imagine), their individual amount of phantom limb pain using comprehensive neurological and psychological investigation (as well as a standardized pain-intensity scale) and facial remapping. Results showed a positive relationship in amount of cortical reorganization and the amount of phantom limb pain experienced by each subject (P > 0.0001), (Flor et al.,…

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