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Asian Journal of Advanced Research and Reports
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  • Effect of the COVID-19 Pandemic Outbreak on Businesses and Markets

    • Authors: Kimberly Morton Cuthrell, Sofia Ahmed Alkhatibi Alfalasi, Zainab Zaki Abdulkarim Alkhamis, Aditya Kejriwal
      Pages: 1 - 9
      Abstract: On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic, and its effects are still prevalent today. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic’s controversial origins and swift global dissemination, strict safeguards were put in place by governments around the world to contain instances and slow the virus' rate of spread. While the competition for limited resources overtook global trade and collaboration, tactics fractured the fundamental supporting pillars of the contemporary world’s macroeconomics and micro economics. Serious economic repercussions resulted from the COVID-19 pandemic outbreak all around the world and no nation was spared. In addition to the devastating impact on the economy, negative aftermaths were imposed upon society as a whole which drastically altered how businesses, markets, firms, and customers operated.
      PubDate: 2022-11-17
      DOI: 10.9734/ajarr/2022/v16i12444
  • Alterations in Haematological and Biochemical Parameters in Sokoto Red
           Goats Infected with Orf Virus: A Case Report

    • Authors: Y. S. Baraya, M. B. Bello, N. Lawal, U. G. Rambo, A. Aliyu, A. A. Raji
      Pages: 10 - 14
      Abstract: Aims: To determine the alterations in some haematological and serum biochemical parameters in contagious ecthyma (CE) or Orf-infected Sokoto red goats (SRG). Presentation of Case: Following a complaint of sore mouth disease in SRG, the patients were noticed to be docile, pyrexic with congested visible mucus membranes. There were crusty skin lesions around the oral and nasal commissures which were firm and painful. Blood samples were taken for routine haematological and biochemical investigations and results presented and discussed. Discussion and Conclusion: There are paucity of information on the haematological and serum biochemical changes associated with CE in SRG. Thus, this case report presents the alterations in some haematological and biochemical parameters in SRG following an outbreak in Sokoto metropolis, Nigeria. Contagious ecthyma was diagnosed based on the presented clinical signs and confirmatory diagnosis via molecular technique, polymerase chain reaction. The affected goats were successfully managed through scrapping, cleaning and disinfecting the scabby lesions. Subsequently, broad spectrum antibiotics and multivitamin injections were administered. In conclusion, the observed clinicopathological changes in SRG were suggestive of an ongoing disease, marked stress and polycythaemia which were associated features of Orf disease in small ruminants.
      PubDate: 2022-11-19
      DOI: 10.9734/ajarr/2022/v16i12445
  • The Impact of Supportive Teacher-Student Relationships on Academic

    • Authors: Sherub Gyeltshen, Nima Gyeltshen
      Pages: 15 - 34
      Abstract: In my previous research findings, one of the themes on the impact of positive teacher-student relationships revealed that healthy relationships promote academic performance. To deepen the findings, the researcher conducted a mixed methods research design. The inferential correlation analysis was carried out for this qualitative survey. Altogether, 100 students and 40 teachers from various schools participated in this data collection under Samdrup Jongkhar District. The study on supportive teacher-student relationships revealed that it improves student engagement and motivation during class. Children participate more and become open and friendly with the teacher. The supportive teacher-student relationships motivate and create a fulfilling learning environment. They take ownership of their tasks and build learning curiosity which is the engine of learning. For the qualitative interview study, the sample consisted of 40 teachers and 30 secondary school students. The data were collected through the use of semi-structured interviews and transcribed and analyzed using a thematic approach. This qualitative study revealed that supportive teacher-student relationships help students to become more interactive, improve their approachability, and boost attachment. The healthy teacher-student relationship nurtures love, cultivates respect, and fosters a sense of security. Children love the subject taught by teachers who have healthy relationships with them and ultimately enhance their academic performance. Teachers get more time for lesson preparation and assessment. They give consistent feedback and pay more attention to all the individuals in the class since they do not waste their time correcting the student’s disruptive behaviours resulting in negative teacher-student relationships.
      PubDate: 2022-11-19
      DOI: 10.9734/ajarr/2022/v16i12446
  • The ALS-IEC Theory and Its Effect on Persons Living with Human
           Immunodeficiency Virus

    • Authors: Anna Liza Allosa-Saus, Letty G. Kuan, Corazon B. de La Peña, Samuel F. Migallos, Elsie A. Tee, Flordeliza C. Posadas
      Pages: 35 - 48
      Abstract: The visible problems among persons living with human immunodeficiency virus are insufficiency of HIV information about the impact it will bring into their lives and non-compliance to treatment due to fear of disclosure. The need to enhance information about the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) through extensive health teaching and exemplary education modeling may help persons living with HIV live with dignity and hope as children of God. The purpose of the study is to discover what substantive theory can be used to unearth variables such as active involvement in the society, life change advocacy, life promotion and dignity, one finds oneself, sensitivity to one’s knowledge needs, and accountability and commitment to be safe which led to the development of “all loving support-information, education, and counselling theory. A mixed method embedded experimental design was used in testing the theory through a double-blind approach that quantified the grounded explored experiences of the participants. The qualitative participants were 20 in focus group discussion and the quantitative participants were 30 college students living with HIV, 18-24 years old, male, Christian, and currently enrolled in a college or university in the Davao region excluding those who are sick and admitted to the hospital. Pretest findings revealed that the participants were moderately informed about facts on HIV and moderately followed the course of treatment but after a series of tests (post-test after two weeks, after one month, and after two months), reported that they were totally informed about the facts on HIV and will strictly adhere to the therapy. The pretest and post-test scores on the level of awareness and medical compliance showed significant differences after a series of tests. Thus, the application of ALS-IEC theory is effective among persons living with HIV in assessing HIV awareness and drug adherence encompassing bio-psycho-sexual-social-cultural-spiritual domains. Continued use of the personalized health assessment will also offer a learning opportunity (information) through reading (education) and nurse-delivered counselling as extended care after HIV screening counseling will address the immediate needs of clients.
      PubDate: 2022-11-25
      DOI: 10.9734/ajarr/2022/v16i12447
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