In a prior blog (Direct speaking about INdirect outcomes: HCAHPS as a measurement*), I argued that HCAHPS questions were indirect measures of outcomes. Indirect measures are weaker than direct measures because they are influenced by tons of variables that have nothing to do with the outcome of interest. 309 more words
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On October 24, 2016, the CauseHealth crowd met with a small group of other philosophers, healthcare practitioners, and members of the guidelines community. We had a rousing discussion that lasted the whole day, with few pauses and enthusiastic participation from all in attendance. 1,053 more words
Planning and implementing evidence-based programs and practice in family services in rural and regional NSW
By Kathi Casey, ERYT, CPI, Reiki Master (Guest Blogger at Rec Therapy Today)
You’ve probably already guessed the answer – Stress Relief!
Recent studies have shown that 20 minutes of coloring has the same physiological effect as a 20 minute meditation session. 681 more words