… practices to enhance socialization and integration of new employees.
As shown in existing research, the organization can benefit from adopting suitable interventions that would help enhance socialization of its new members in the workplace. Existing literature shows that a combination of formal and informal socialization … members in the workplace. Existing literature shows that a combination of formal and informal socialization practices is the most effective approach. Therefore, the intervention for this organization is the adoption of formal and informal socialization practices. In this regard, training programmes and orientation processes to help new … required knowledge, attitudes and behaviors. Informal socialization opportunities like team-building exercises and daily fun routines were also adopted.
Pros and Cons of the Intervention
The advantages of the intervention include reduction of role uncertainty among new employees, improved understanding of specific duties, enhanced interactions with other employees, and more employee engagement. However, ………
Bhui, K., Dinos, S., Galant-Miecznikowska, M., de Jongh, B. & Stanfeld, S. (2016, December). Perceptions of Work Stress Causes and Effective Interventions in Employees Working in Public, Private and Non-governmental Organizations: A Qualitative Study. BJPsych Bulletin, 40(6), 318-325.
Kelly, E.L., Moen, P. & Tranby, E. (2011, April). Changing Workplaces to Reduce Work-Family Conflict: Schedule Control in a White-Collar Organization. American Sociological Review, 76(2), 265-290.
Khan, N. & Khurshid, S. (2017, February). Workplace Stress and Employee Wellbeing: Case of Health Care Staff in UAE. European Scientific Journal, 13(5), 217-226.
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Njegovan, B.R. & Kostic, B. (2014). Impact of Organizational Socialization Towards Employees’ Social Adaptation. Journal of Engineering Management and Competitiveness, 4(1), 34-40.
Van Kleef, D., Steen, T. & Schott, C. (2017, October 26). Informal Socialization in Public Organizations: Exploring the Impact of Informal Socialization on Enforcement Behavior of Dutch Veterinary Inspectors. Public Administration, 97(1), 81-96.
Zhou, S., Da, S., Guo, H. & Zhang, X. (2018, April 17). Work-Family Conflict and Mental Health Among Female Employees: A Sequential Mediation Model via Negative Affect and Perceived Stress. Frontiers in Psychology, 9(544), doi: https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2018.00544
A Urate Lowering Intervention
Hypertension speaks to a noteworthy general medical issue. Around the world, roughly one-fourth of the grown-up populace has hypertension. Epidemiological and trial studies ……
… an existing program for others to understand. However, in more recent years there has been more emphasis on the need for a solution-based intervention to be used in EDs instead of simply passing these patients along without treating them (Kondrat & Teater, 2012). The target population for … be used in EDs instead of simply passing these patients along without treating them (Kondrat & Teater, 2012). The target population for this intervention is thus the ER population presenting with issues of self-harm or suicide or who may present as a threat to others. Past initiatives … patients. Such a risk reduction response would not be a response to to any existing regulation but rather to the lack of proper interventions in place. This is a social work safety issue that the research has exposed for this particular population. If Legacy does not address … mental health assessments that provide……
Appleby, L., Morriss, R., Gask, L., Roland, M., Lewis, B., Perry, A., ... & Davies, L. (2000). An educational intervention for front-line health professionals in the assessment and management of suicidal patients (The STORM Project). Psychological medicine, 30(4), 805-812.
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Subjects of Research The National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Retrieved from https://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/regulations-and-policy/belmont-report/index.html
Browne, V., Knott, J., Dakis, J., Fielding, J., Lyle, D., Daniel, C., ... & Virtue, E. (2011). Improving the care of mentally ill patients in a tertiary emergency department: development of a psychiatric assessment and planning unit. Australasian Psychiatry, 19(4), 350-353.
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… methods used in Gestalt psychology.
Although the phrase may seem out of vogue, Gestalt psychology underwrites a lot of contemporary psychotherapies and therapeutic interventions, particularly those with a humanistic outlook. Gestalt psychology started off with firm empirical grounding in the science of perception and cognition, and then … most notable form of Gestalt therapy was developed by Frederick “Fritz” Perls. Fritz Perls’s Gestalt therapy blended psychoanalysis with humanistic, experiential, and interpersonal interventions (Yontef & Jacobs, n.d.). Especially when it comes to perception and cognition, Gestalt propositions can be empirically tested, making it a good fit ……
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… considerable language or cognitive delays e.g. individuals diagnosed with high functioning autism or Asperger syndrome, usually make significant progress when put through certain interventions. Significant progress to the extent that they improve in terms of communication. However, even with interventions, social difficulties usually remain and may sometimes end up impacting the vocational or academic success of such individuals later in life. Even individuals … Therefore, it is often quite difficult for them to maintain relationships with their teachers, family members, and peers.
A number of social skills interventions exist that can help to address the social difficulties experienced by persons with ASD. Considering the complexity of social skills, most social skills … exist that can help to address the social difficulties experienced by persons with ASD. Considering the complexity of social skills, most social skills interventions have specific components that address various social challenges. A good example of a……
Adams, C., Lockton, E., Freed, J., Gaile, J., Earl, G., McBean, K., ... & Law, J. (2012). The Social Communication Intervention Project: a randomized controlled trial of the effectiveness of speech and language therapy for school?age children who have pragmatic and social communication problems with or without autism spectrum disorder. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 47(3), 233-244.
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Grief, pain, and distress can become unbearable for the bereaved although death is an experience that every individual goes through. Many therapeutic interventions have been developed to help the bereaved cope with death including music therapy interventions. These interventions have shown positive impacts on the cognitive and emotional well-being of the bereaved and older adults with terminal conditions or under hospice care. … the cognitive and emotional well-being of the bereaved and older adults with terminal conditions or under hospice care. However, the impact of these interventions on the aging process remains unknown and understudied. The proposed study will look at the effect of music therapy interventions on aging, especially on the frailties brought by old age. The scope of the proposed research is to look at the link between … especially on the frailties brought by old age. The scope of the proposed research is to look……
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… literature review on various studies that exist on this matter.
When it comes to the treatment and management of depressive disorders, psychological interventions play a key role as an alternative treatment. Several treatments have been developed mainly founded on cognitive-behavioral, psychodynamic, humanistic, or interpersonal approaches. According … experts, makes it challenging to offer personalized, face-to-face psychological therapy sessions to a broad population. Thus, there has been the development of several interventions whereby there is reduced contact time with the healthcare expert and whereby the treatment gets delivered electronically, by phone, or via printed content. … printed content. It is important to understand how these less intensive psychological treatment techniques compare to the more intense (conventional) methods.
Description of intervention
CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy) refers to a focused method founded on the principle that cognitions affect behaviors and feelings, and that ensuing emotions … exposure.
The former is founded……
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...Intervention 1. How does this theory fit with a clinical social work perspective?
Continuous concern with the individual in-situation is often regarded as social work’s most unique or distinguishing feature. In spite of the debate on where emphasis should be placed, both internal psychodynamics and environmental determinism are regarded as important for proper social work practice. Recent contributions made to the theoretical groundwork by cognitive-behavioral studies show that both needs can be dealt with simultaneously. Social work practice is anchored on the important, perhaps pivotal, notion that overall human behavior is usually the sum of both environmental and personal realities. Though yet to be developed thoroughly into a formal and widely accepted paradigm, the cognitive learning perspective draws from several perspectives including clinical experience, behaviorism, and cognitive psychology (Berlin, 1987).
According to the Code of Ethics published by the National Association of Social Workers (1996), there is a need to respect……
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… type 2 diabetes (T2D), medication adherence is a crucial issue. One of the strategies to ensure medication adherence among T2D patients is nurse-led intervention meant to change the behavior of patients. This study, therefore, seeks to determine how a nurse-led behavior change intervention compares to standard care in patients with T2D in increasing adherence to medication in a period of four months. This section is a … Costa et al. (2015), the study focused on chronic diseases in general, and not specifically on T2D. In Whitehead et al. (2017), the intervention is not led by nurses and it not only limited to T2D but also includes mental health. Guo et al. (2019) have a … limited to T2D but also includes mental health. Guo et al. (2019) have a research question that is not clear on whether the intervention sought to affect medication adherence. In the research by Supachaipanichpong……
Balducci, S., D’Errico, V., Haxhi, J., Sacchetti, M., Orlando, G., Cardelli, P., ... & Lucisano, G. (2019). Effect of a Behavioral Intervention Strategy on Sustained Change in Physical Activity and Sedentary Behavior in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes: The IDES_2 Randomized Clinical Trial. Jama, 321(9), 880-890.
Costa, E., Giardini, A., Savin, M., Menditto, E., Lehane, E., Laosa, O., ... & Marengoni, A. (2015). Interventional tools to improve medication adherence: review of literature. Patient preference and adherence, 9, 1303.
Guo, Z., Liu, J., Zeng, H., He, G., Ren, X., & Guo, J. (2019). Feasibility and efficacy of nurse-led team management intervention for improving the self-management of type 2 diabetes patients in a Chinese community: a randomized controlled trial. Patient preference and adherence, 13, 1353.
Johansen, M. Y., MacDonald, C. S., Hansen, K. B., Karstoft, K., Christensen, R., Pedersen, M., ... & Iepsen, U. W. (2017). Effect of an intensive lifestyle intervention on glycemic control in patients with type 2 diabetes: a randomized clinical trial. Jama, 318(7), 637-646.
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Supachaipanichpong, P., Vatanasomboon, P., Tansakul, S., & Chumchuen, P. (2018). An Education Intervention for Medication Adherence in Uncontrolled Diabetes in Thailand. Pacific Rim International Journal of Nursing Research, 22(2), 144-155.
Whitehead, L. C., Crowe, M. T., Carter, J. D., Maskill, V. R., Carlyle, D., Bugge, C., & Frampton, C. M. (2017). A nurse?led education and cognitive behaviour therapy?based intervention among adults with uncontrolled type 2 diabetes: A randomised controlled trial. Journal of evaluation in clinical practice, 23(4), 821-829.
… essential role in helping students from low-income families when students face economic and educational challenges. The solution is developmentally appropriate, and culturally sensitive interventions such as the EAP could help young children from low SES families to improve their literacy skills, prepare better for kindergarten and perform … kindergarten and perform better when they get to kindergarten. There is a need to look at structures as a problem when designed literacy intervention problems instead of the often used student-as-problem approach. Looking at structures-as-problem provides new ideas that can help improve reading and literacy. It is … comparing them juxtaposes one library (the one in the top school) against another to challenge the imagination and reveal hitherto unknown areas of intervention. The study data was gathered through observation. The comparison revealed that one of the stand out differences between the libraries in comparison was … interpreted the results of the……
Compton-Lilly, C., & Delbridge, A. (2019). What Can Parents Tell Us About Poverty and Literacy Learning? Listening to Parents Over Time. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 62(5), 531–539.
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