Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management https://journal.achsm.org.au/index.php/achsm <p>The Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management (APJHM) is a peer-reviewed journal for managers of organisations offering healthcare and aged care services. The APJHM aims to promote the discipline of health management throughout the region by facilitating the transfer of knowledge among readers by widening the evidence base for management practices.<br /><br />*Print 1(1);2006 - 5(1);2010 Online 4(2);2009 - current<br />*ISSN 2204-3136 (online); ISSN 1833-3818 (print) </p> Australasian College of Health Service Management en-US Asia Pacific Journal of Health Management 1833-3818 METAMEMORY FUNCTIONING: ARE THERE GENDER DIFFERENCES AMONG YOUNG ADULTS ? https://journal.achsm.org.au/index.php/achsm/article/view/1239 <p><strong>Background: </strong>Metamemory is described as an intentional endeavour to guide or control one's own memory processes. In other words, awareness and knowledge of one’s own memory process and strategies for using the memories effectively. Planning, allocating cognitive resources, selecting strategies, assessing understanding, and evaluating performance all rely heavily on meta memorial information. Young adults learn and experience life, and good memory abilities are necessary for efficient learning. The goal of this study is to understand the metamemory functioning and to see if there are any gender differences in metamemory functioning among young adults.</p> <p><strong>Method of Investigation:</strong> The Memory Functioning Questionnaire <sup>1</sup> was used to collect data from 60 young adults using a purposive sample technique. This questionnaire focuses on the seriousness of forgetting, the rate at which people recall things over time, and frequency of use of mnemonics and techniques that assist memory.</p> <p><strong>Statistical Analysis: </strong>Descriptive statistics such as Mean and Standard Deviation, and independent sample t-test were computed to find the differences based on gender.</p> <p><strong>Results: </strong>There is no difference based on gender among young adults the rate at which people recall things over time in retrospective functioning, forgetting frequency, recalling previous events, the seriousness of memory loss, and the use of mnemonics.</p> Kinjari Kancharla C. N. Ram Gopal Sagayaraj Kanagaraj Copyright (c) 16 3 ROLE OF PRANIC HEALING UNDER FITNESS MANAGEMENT FOR EMPLOYEES . https://journal.achsm.org.au/index.php/achsm/article/view/1237 <p><strong>ABSTRACT:</strong></p> <p><strong>Purpose – </strong>The purpose of this research paper is to explore, identify, study the concept of P<em>ranic healing</em> by review of books on Pranic Healing, for new approach for fitness management for employees.</p> <p><strong>Design/Methodology/Approach –</strong> Secondary data collection with literature review of books: 1) The Ancient Science And Art of Pranic Healing, 2) Advanced Pranic Healing, and 3) Pranic Psychotherapy.&nbsp;</p> <p><strong>Findings –</strong> Regular practice of Twin-Heart Meditation and Arhatic Yoga, and implementation of balanced diet with variants of coloured food intake, in one’s life, will definitely improve the mental and physical health, and well-being of the individual.</p> <p><strong>Practical Implications – </strong>To review the books on <em>Pranic Healing</em>, for Twin-Heart Meditation, Arhatic Yoga, and balanced diet with variants of coloured food items.</p> <p><strong>Originality/value –</strong> Grand Master Choa Kok Sui, Founder and Guru of Modern Pranic Healing and Arhatic Yoga.</p> <p><strong>Creativity –&nbsp;</strong>Twin-Heart Meditation and Arhatic Yoga to get inner peace during pandemic COVID-19 situation, to build immunity and healthy peaceful life and loving-kindness.</p> <p><strong>Future Implications</strong> –&nbsp;Regular practice of Twin-Heart Meditation, Arhatic Yoga, and balanced coloured food diet throughout one’s life to maintain mental and physical health.</p> KAUSTUBH BHANDARKAR Copyright (c) 16 3