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INFLUENCE OF PERSONAL AND HEALTH-BASED FACTORS ON THE IMMUNIZATION UPTAKE OF CHILDREN UNDER FIVE BY MOTHERS IN KALAGALA SUB-COUNTY

Darcile Nziavake Siherya

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EFFECTS OF THE PHYSIOLOGICAL STATUS AND SELENIUM AND VITAMIN E INJECTION DURING TRANSITION PERIOD ON SERUMPROTEINS PARAMETERSIN CAMELS (CAMELUS DROMEDARIUS) REARED UNDER SEMI- INTENSIVE SYSTEM

Mona H Ahmed and Nawal M Elkhair* Department of Physiology, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Khartoum, Khartoum North, Shambat 13314, Sudan

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NAPHAZOLINE NITRATE TREAT THE FREY EFFECT OF MICROWAVE AND OTHER SONIC WEAPON’S DAMAGES IN HUMAN’S INTERNAL, ENDOGENOUS ORGANS

Robert Skopec, Dubnik, Slovakia, researcher-analyst

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LEARNING STYLES AMONG NURSING STUDENTS IN SELECTED COLLEGE OF NURSING, BANGALORE

Mrs. N. Gayathiri, Ms. Monica Rita Hendricks, Mrs. Reena Menon

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 The term “learning styles,” as used in the literature during the past 30 years or so, has labelled a very broad and relatively diffuse concept1. Educational researchers postulate that everyone has different learning styles3. Nursing students come from varied backgrounds and are expected to fit into a common style of learning. Nursing educators encounter a wide range of difficulties while teaching the students. A study was conducted to assess the learning styles among nursing students, by using VARK questionnaire. 269 students were recruited by using stratified random sampling. Results revealed that majority of the students prefer kinesthetic style of learning , with a mean of 7.673 and S.D 2.574, followed by aural learning preferred with mean of 6.643 and S.D 2.856. Among 269 students 240 students preferred single mode of learning style, 29 students preferred more than one learning styles

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