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Women Literacy and Infant Feeding Practices in Rural Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS) Block of Delhi
Davey Sanjeev , Davey Anuradha
National Journal of Community Medicine , 2012,
Abstract: Background: Infant feeding practices have significant effect on the child nutrition, which largely dependent upon the mothers correct knowledge and awareness for the same. Objective: To find out effect of rural women empowerment through literacy on infant feeding practices in an ICDS block. Material and Methodology: Interview of the mothers of registered children up to 6 years in the rural ICDS block for the feeding practices and recording of the weight of those registered children by the salter weighing scale for their nutritional status. Results: Three fourth of the children had received ceremonial feed in the form of honey or gutti and 40 percent of the mothers in our study has discarded colostrums, considering it as a€ bad milka€ . Exclusive breast feeding was received by 34.6% children. As literacy level of mothers increased the nutritional status of children was better. This could be because most of the women who are middle school passed or above are non working, so are able to give more time for care and feeding practices. The Severe malnutrition (grade III and IV) was evident only in illiterate category of mothers, where 58.7% women were working in unskilled or semiskilled job outside home. Conclusion: Women living in chronic hunger are forced to unskilled jobs for income generation for the family, thereby influencing the feeding practices of their children. In such scenario AWCs and AWWs can be a unique opportunity with their focused approach to take care of severe and moderate malnutrition.
Role of reorientation training in enhancement of the knowledge regarding growth monitoring activities by Anganwadi workers in urban slums of Delhi
Davey Anuradha,Davey Sanjeev,Datta Utsuk
Indian Journal of Community Medicine , 2008,
Internet usage patterns among medical interns of Muzaffarnagar: A comprehensive survey analysis
Sanjeev Davey, Santosh Kumar Raghav, Anuradha Davey, Nirankar Singh, J. V. Singh
Asian Journal of Medical Sciences , 2015, DOI: 10.3126/ajms.v6i2.10754
Abstract: Introduction: In MBBS completion, Internship period is often having a relatively free time after their duty hours, which is nowadays is being more diverted to spending time online on internet, consequently their usage pattern justifies the study in this area in Indian scenario. Materials and Methods: A prospective cross-sectional survey was carried out on all MBBS medical Interns of 2009 batch attending department of Community Medicine every month(10 Interns/month-total=100) of? a Private medical College-Muzaffarnagar. They were first enlisted and their permission for participation and consent in the study were sought, followed by ethical approval of higher authorities of Institution was taken from 1st July 2013 to 1st July 14. A pre-tested semi-structured questionnaire was e-mailed to collect data from medical interns and data analysis was done using Epi-info software version Results: The mode of assessment of Internet by Interns was primarily through Smartphone's (60%), in which Google search & Facebook were used in maximum(69% & 75%). Although difference between impact of Internet on daily and professional life of interns was highly statistically significant (X 2 = 16.82,d.f=1,p<0.001) but we found, there was no association between monthly amount spent on internet? and ?number of hours spent on Internet (X 2 =0.74, df=1,p>0.05). 55% of ?interns used internet > 100 hours in a month. Conclusion: Internet is significantly impacting the daily and professional life of Interns; so they need counseling services from department of Community medicine and Psychiatry in order to regulate Internet use, which can be further clarified from more in-depth studies in future. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/ajms.v6i2.10754 Asian Journal of Medical Sciences Vol.6(2) 2015 99-104
A case of an ectopic cervical thymic cyst  [PDF]
Simon Davey, Janet McNally
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2013.22041

Ectopic cervical thymic cysts are uncommon lesions and definitive preoperative diagnosis is not always possible. Surgical excision is recommended due to the small but possible chance of malignant degeneration in adulthood. We present a case of a nine year old boy with an asymptomatic lesion in his neck, discuss the differential diagnoses of such lesions and treatment considerations.

Adolescents’ Compulsive Internet Use and Depression: A Longitudinal Study  [PDF]
Einar B. Thorsteinsson, Lucy Davey
Open Journal of Depression (OJD) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojd.2014.31005
Abstract: Background: The present longitudinal study examined predictors of compulsive internet use and depression. Method: Adolescents, 21 males and 20 females, completed online questionnaires with a 12-month interval. Results: Social internet use (i.e., using instant messaging and social networks) was associated with decreased levels of depression. High support satisfaction, use of social networking, and instant messaging contributed to lower changes in compulsive Internet use. Conclusion: The effects of social internet use in combination with different psychosocial factors seem to have more positive effects than negative ones on change in depression and the development of compulsive internet use.

Surfactant Levels in Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia
Marcus Davey
PLOS Medicine , 2007, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pmed.0040243
Reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease in older women
M Davey
South African Family Practice , 2007,
Abstract: Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in women older than 50 years. Risk factors for CVD differ in some aspects from those in men. The prevention of CVD in women has undergone a reappraisal with the publication of studies looking at the use of menopausal hormone therapy for both primary and secondary prevention. Although these studies concluded that there was no place for the use of hormone therapy for prevention of CVD, recent data suggests that the issue is still not resolved as regards the younger woman in early menopause. Until more data is available in this regard, the main focus of prevention should be on interventions to decrease risk factors for cardiovascular disease. South African Family Practice Vol. 49 (5) 2007: pp. 32-35
Toward An Effective Quality Assurance of Web-Based Learning: The perspective of Distance Learning Students
The Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education , 2003,
Consensus, Caring and Community: An Inquiry into Dialogue
Sarah Davey
Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis , 2005,
Abstract: In a world of increasing change and instability, more responsibility is being placed on develop innovative practices, and on teacher educators and policy makers to develop innovative approaches to curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment. A growing number of theorists and practitioners are turning to inquiry-based learning, and in particular to philosophical inquiry, as a way to facilitate student-leanring in preparation for the challenges that students will encounter in the future.
Review: Socratic Dialogue in Education
Sarah Davey
Analytic Teaching and Philosophical Praxis , 2006,
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