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Mortalidad por cáncer de mama: evolución en España y sus comunidades autónomas durante el período 1980-2005/ Breast cancer mortality trend in spain and its autonomous communities during the Period 1980-2005

Vidal Lancis, Carmen; Martínez-Sánchez, José M.; Mateos Mazón, Marta; Peris Tuser, Mercè
2010-02-01

Resumen en español Fundamentos: El cáncer de mama es el tumor más frecuente en mujeres. El objetivo de este estudio es describir el comportamiento de la mortalidad por cáncer de mama en España y en las Comunidades Autónomas (CCAA) desde 1980 a 2005 y estudiar la relación con la implantación de los programas de cribado poblacionales. Métodos: Se ha realizado un análisis de tendencia de la mortalidad por cáncer de mama a partir de los datos de mortalidad del Ministerio de Sanidad y (mas) Política Social. Se calcularon las tasas de mortalidad cruda, estandarizada, específica y truncada por 100.000 mujeres. El análisis de tendencia se realizó mediante un modelo de regresión joinpoint y se obtuvo el porcentaje de cambio anual (PCA). Resultados: Entre 1980 y 2005 en España se produjeron 131.746 defunciones por cáncer de mama. En España las tasas bruta, estandarizada, y truncada, presentaron un comportamiento creciente hasta 1992, año en el que se produjo un cambio de tendencia (PCA= -0,1; -0,9; -0,8 respectivamente). Conclusión: La mortalidad por cáncer de mama en las mujeres en España presenta un cambio de tendencia descendente a partir de 1992 que persistió hasta 2005 y que no fue homogénea en todos los grupos de edad.Esta reducción en la tasa de mortalidad también se observó en las CCAA con cierta variabilidad en el año donde se produce el cambio. Resumen en inglés Background: Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. The aim of this study is to describe the development of breast cancer mortality and its relation with the implementation of population screening programs in Spain and its Autonomous Communities (AC) from 1980 to 2005. Methods: A breast cancer mortality trends analysis was done. We used the data from mortality of Ministry of Health and Social Policies. We calculated crude, standardized, specific and truncated mo (mas) rtality rates per 100,000 women. Trend analysis was done using a Joinpoint Regression Model to compute the Annual Percentage Change (APC). Results: 131746 people died from breast cancer in Spain between 1980 and 2005. In Spain, mortality rates increased until 1992, when there was a change in the trend (APC = -0.1, -0.9, -0.8 for standard, specific and truncated rates respectively), Conclusions: Mortality from breast cancer in women in Spain indicates a general downward trend from 1992 to 2005 that was different among the different age groups. This downward trend was also observed in all the AC with some variability in the year that change occurs.

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Mortalidad por cáncer de mama: evolución en España y sus comunidades autónomas durante el período 1980-2005/ Breast Cancer Mortality Trend in Spain and its Autonomous Communities during the Period 1980-2005

Vidal Lancis, Carmen; Martínez-Sánchez, José M.; Mateos Mazón, Marta; Peris Tuser, Mercè
2010-02-01

Resumen en español Fundamentos: El cáncer de mama es el tumor más frecuente en mujeres. El objetivo de este estudio es describir el comportamiento de la mortalidad por cáncer de mama en España y en las Comunidades Autónomas (CCAA) desde 1980 a 2005 y estudiar la relación con la implantación de los programas de cribado poblacionales. Métodos: Se ha realizado un análisis de tendencia de la mortalidad por cáncer de mama a partir de los datos de mortalidad del Ministerio de Sanidad y (mas) Política Social. Se calcularon las tasas de mortalidad cruda, estandarizada, específica y truncada por 100.000 mujeres. El análisis de tendencia se realizó mediante un modelo de regresión joinpoint y se obtuvo el porcentaje de cambio anual (PCA). Resultados: Entre 1980 y 2005 en España se produjeron 131.746 defunciones por cáncer de mama. En España las tasas bruta, estandarizada, y truncada, presentaron un comportamiento creciente hasta 1992, año en el que se produjo un cambio de tendencia (PCA= -0,1; -0,9; -0,8 respectivamente). Conclusión: La mortalidad por cáncer de mama en las mujeres en España presenta un cambio de tendencia descendente a partir de 1992 que persistió hasta 2005 y que no fue homogénea en todos los grupos de edad.Esta reducción en la tasa de mortalidad también se observó en las CCAA con cierta variabilidad en el año donde se produce el cambio. Resumen en inglés Background: Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. The aim of this study is to describe the development of breast cancer mortality and its relation with the implementation of population screening programs in Spain and its Autonomous Communities (AC) from 1980 to 2005. Methods: A breast cancer mortality trends analysis was done. We used the data from mortality of Ministry of Health and Social Policies. We calculated crude, standardized, specific and truncated mo (mas) rtality rates per 100,000 women. Trend analysis was done using a Joinpoint Regression Model to compute the Annual Percentage Change (APC). Results: 131746 people died from breast cancer in Spain between 1980 and 2005. In Spain, mortality rates increased until 1992, when there was a change in the trend (APC = -0.1, -0.9, -0.8 for standard, specific and truncated rates respectively), Conclusions: Mortality from breast cancer in women in Spain indicates a general downward trend from 1992 to 2005 that was different among the different age groups. This downward trend was also observed in all the AC with some variability in the year that change occurs.

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Epidemiología de la infección por VIH en inmigrantes en España: fuentes de información, características, magnitud y tendencias/ Epidemiology of HIV infection in immigrants in Spain: information sources, characteristics, magnitude and tendencies

Caro-Murillo, Ana María; Catalán, Jesús Castilla; Valero, Julia del Amo
2010-01-01

Resumen en español En España, la proporción de inmigrantes en la población general y entre las personas con infección por VIH es creciente en los últimos años. Sin embargo, la información sobre las tendencias temporales de la epidemia en inmigrantes y sobre sus características sociodemográficas, epidemiológicas y clínicas es escasa, y está fraccionada en diversas fuentes de información que cubren aspectos complementarios. Los objetivos de este trabajo fueron analizar las fuente (mas) s de información disponibles que permiten caracterizar la epidemiología de la infección por VIH en los inmigrantes en España, y describir la situación actual de la epidemia en este grupo de población a partir de la información disponible en dichas fuentes. Resumen en inglés Lately Spain, the proportion of immigrants has increased in both general and HIV-infected populations. Nevertheles, data on the temporal trends of the epidemic in immigrants and on their sociodemographic, epidemiologic and clinical characteristics are scarce and are scattered in various information sources that cover complementary aspects of this issue. The objectives of the present study were to analyze the available information sources that allow the epidemiology of HIV (mas) infection in immigrants in Spain to be studied, and to describe the current situation of HIV infection in immigrants, based on the available information sources.

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Epidemiología de la infección por VIH en inmigrantes en España: fuentes de información, características, magnitud y tendencias/ Epidemiology of HIV infection in immigrants in Spain: information sources, characteristics, magnitude and tendencies

Caro-Murillo, Ana María; Castilla Catalán, Jesús; Amo Valero, Julia del
2010-01-01

Resumen en español En España, la proporción de inmigrantes en la población general y entre las personas con infección por VIH es creciente en los últimos años. Sin embargo, la información sobre las tendencias temporales de la epidemia en inmigrantes y sobre sus características sociodemográficas, epidemiológicas y clínicas es escasa, y está fraccionada en diversas fuentes de información que cubren aspectos complementarios. Los objetivos de este trabajo fueron analizar las fuente (mas) s de información disponibles que permiten caracterizar la epidemiología de la infección por VIH en los inmigrantes en España, y describir la situación actual de la epidemia en este grupo de población a partir de la información disponible en dichas fuentes. Resumen en inglés Lately Spain, the proportion of immigrants has increased in both general and HIV-infected populations. Nevertheles, data on the temporal trends of the epidemic in immigrants and on their sociodemographic, epidemiologic and clinical characteristics are scarce and are scattered in various information sources that cover complementary aspects of this issue. The objectives of the present study were to analyze the available information sources that allow the epidemiology of HIV (mas) infection in immigrants in Spain to be studied, and to describe the current situation of HIV infection in immigrants, based on the available information sources.

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Situación del cáncer en España: incidencia/ State of cancer in Spain: incidence

López-Abente, G.; Pollán, M.; Aragonés, N.; Pérez Gómez, B.; Hernández Barrera, V.; Lope, V.; Suárez, B.
2004-08-01

Resumen en español Se estima que actualmente se diagnostican en España unos 162.000 casos de cáncer al año (sin contar el cáncer de piel no-melanoma) de los que 25.600 corresponden a carcinomas colorrectales, que es el tumor más frecuente de todos en términos absolutos. El siguiente tumor en frecuencia es el cáncer de pulmón con 18.800 casos nuevos, seguido del cáncer de mama en mujeres con 15.979 casos. Cuando se compara la incidencia de cáncer con la de los países de nuestro en (mas) torno, en hombres España presenta unas tasas ajustadas superiores a las del promedio de la UE, ocupando el 5º lugar. Sin embargo, en mujeres, España muestra las tasas de incidencia más bajas junto con Grecia. Para el cáncer de vejiga en hombres, España ocupa el primer lugar, con tasas bastante superiores a las del resto de países. Es importante constatar el incremento que está sufriendo la incidencia de cáncer en España y el contraste que supone frente a la evolución de la mortalidad. Para muchas localizaciones tumorales importantes (pulmón, estómago, vejiga), los registros poblacionales no cubren las provincias con una mayor mortalidad. Resumen en inglés It is estimated that at present in Spain around 162,000 cases of cancer are diagnosed each year (without including non-melanoma skin cancer), of which 25,600 correspond to colorectal carcinomas, which is the most frequent of all tumours in absolute terms. The next tumour in terms of frequency is lung cancer with 18,800 new cases, followed by breast cancer in women with 15,979 cases. When the incidence of cancer is compared with that in neighbouring countries, Spain shows (mas) adjusted rates in men higher than those of the average for the EU, occupying the 5th place. However, in women, Spain shows the lowest rates together with Greece. Spain occupies the first place for cancer of the bladder in men, with rates that are considerably higher than those of the rest of the countries. It is important to verify the increase underway in the incidence of cancer in Spain and the contrast that this represents facing the evolution of mortality. For many important tumoral localisations (lung, stomach, bladder), the population registers do not cover the provinces where there is a greater mortality.

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Complejidad de la asistencia urgente en la España del siglo XXI/ Complexity of emergency care in XXI century Spain

Jiménez Murillo, L.; Montero Pérez, F.J.
2010-01-01

Resumen en español Los autores desarrollan en este artículo los factores que a su juicio explican actualmente la complejidad de la asistencia urgente y emergente en España. Desde el inicio del siglo XXI, y a pesar de que la medicina de urgencias y emergencias en el mundo está viviendo un considerable progreso científico-técnico, la asistencia urgente en España está inmersa en una vorágine asistencial que actúa sobre un terreno poco abonado para que arraiguen y se desarrollen los av (mas) ances tecnológicos que sucesivamente van emergiendo. Este problema es debido a la persistencia de múltiples obstáculos que impiden el progreso incidiendo, principalmente y de manera directa, la ausencia de especialidad y el corporativismo de las juntas directivas de algunas sociedades científicas. Por todo ello, los avances son propiciados frecuentemente más por la propia inercia o por el rebosamiento de información desde otras disciplinas, que por el propio empuje de los profesionales de la medicina de urgencias y emergencias en España. Asimismo, estos profesionales presentan una progresiva incidencia de transfuguismo hacia otras disciplinas o ámbitos de la asistencia que ofrecen mejores condiciones laborales o simplemente mayores expectativas profesionales. Resumen en inglés In this article, the authors explore the factors that, in their opinion, currently explain the complexity of emergency care in Spain. Since the start of the XXI century, and in spite of the fact that accident and emergency medicine in the world is undergoing considerable scientific-technical progress, accident and emergency care in Spain is immersed in a care maelstrom acting on a terrain that is ill-prepared for the successive emergent technological advances to take root (mas) and develop. This problem is due to the persistence of numerous obstacles preventing progress, with the lack of specialisation and the corporative spirit of the management boards of some scientific societies playing a principal and direct role in this. Due to all of this, advances are frequently achieved more through inertia, or through the overflow of information from other disciplines, than due to the initiative of the professionals of emergency medicine in Spain. Similarly, there is a growing tendency amongst these professionals to move to other disciplines or fields of care that offer better working conditions or simply better professional expectations.

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La inmigración y el VIH en España/ Migration and HIV in Spain

Diez, Mercedes; Oliva, Jesús; Díaz, Asunción; Seisdedos, Teresa; Sánchez, Fernando; Garriga, César; Galindo, Silvia
2010-12-01

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La inmigración y el VIH en España/ Migration and HIV in Spain

Diez, Mercedes; Oliva, Jesús; Díaz, Asunción; Seisdedos, Teresa; Sánchez, Fernando; Garriga, César; Galindo, Silvia
2010-12-01

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Mortalidad y morbilidad por desastres en España/ Mortality and morbidity from disasters in Spain

Arcos González, Pedro; Pérez-Berrocal Alonso, Jorge; Castro Delgado, Rafael; Cadavieco González, Beatriz
2006-12-01

Resumen en español Objetivo: Este estudio analiza los episodios de desastres ocurridos en España entre 1950 y 2005, para conocer su distribución y estimar su impacto en la mortalidad y la morbilidad. Métodos: Estudio observacional retrospectivo en el que se ha utilizado la definición de Naciones Unidas y se ha considerado desastre al episodio, natural o tecnológico, con más de 15 muertos y/o más de 50 heridos, excluidos los desastres medioambientales y los fenómenos epidémicos. Res (mas) ultados: La frecuencia de desastres en España ha aumentado durante el período estudiado, especialmente en las últimas 4 décadas, y son el doble en el segundo semestre del año, con una gran variabilidad geográfica. España tiene un perfil de desastre mixto, con predominio de los desastres tecnológicos, que son 4,5 veces más frecuentes que los naturales. El desastre natural más frecuente en nuestro país es la inundación y el tecnológico, el accidente de tránsito. Resumen en inglés Objective: To analyze disaster episodes in Spain between 1950 and 2005 in order to characterize their pattern and evaluate their impact on morbidity and mortality. Methods: We performed an observational retrospective study using the United Nations' definition of disaster. A disaster was considered as each episode, natural or technological, causing more than 15 deaths and/or more than 50 wounded persons. Epidemic and environmental disasters were excluded. Results: The freq (mas) uency of disasters has increased in Spain, especially during the four last decades. The frequency of disasters doubles in the second semester of the year and shows wide geographical variation. Spain has a mixed disaster pattern, with a predominance of technological disasters, which are 4.5 times more frequent than natural disasters. The most frequent type of natural disaster in Spain is flooding and most frequent technological disasters are traffic accidents.

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Mortalidad y morbilidad por desastres en España/ Mortality and morbidity from disasters in Spain

Arcos González, Pedro; Pérez-Berrocal Alonso, Jorge; Castro Delgado, Rafael; Cadavieco González, Beatriz
2006-12-01

Resumen en español Objetivo: Este estudio analiza los episodios de desastres ocurridos en España entre 1950 y 2005, para conocer su distribución y estimar su impacto en la mortalidad y la morbilidad. Métodos: Estudio observacional retrospectivo en el que se ha utilizado la definición de Naciones Unidas y se ha considerado desastre al episodio, natural o tecnológico, con más de 15 muertos y/o más de 50 heridos, excluidos los desastres medioambientales y los fenómenos epidémicos. Res (mas) ultados: La frecuencia de desastres en España ha aumentado durante el período estudiado, especialmente en las últimas 4 décadas, y son el doble en el segundo semestre del año, con una gran variabilidad geográfica. España tiene un perfil de desastre mixto, con predominio de los desastres tecnológicos, que son 4,5 veces más frecuentes que los naturales. El desastre natural más frecuente en nuestro país es la inundación y el tecnológico, el accidente de tránsito. Resumen en inglés Objective: To analyze disaster episodes in Spain between 1950 and 2005 in order to characterize their pattern and evaluate their impact on morbidity and mortality. Methods: We performed an observational retrospective study using the United Nations' definition of disaster. A disaster was considered as each episode, natural or technological, causing more than 15 deaths and/or more than 50 wounded persons. Epidemic and environmental disasters were excluded. Results: The freq (mas) uency of disasters has increased in Spain, especially during the four last decades. The frequency of disasters doubles in the second semester of the year and shows wide geographical variation. Spain has a mixed disaster pattern, with a predominance of technological disasters, which are 4.5 times more frequent than natural disasters. The most frequent type of natural disaster in Spain is flooding and most frequent technological disasters are traffic accidents.

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Estimación de la mortalidad atribuible a enfermedades laborales en España, 2004 (*)/ Estimate of the Mortality Rate Attributable to Occupational Diseases in Spain, 2004

García García, Ana M.; Gadea Merino, Rafael; López Martínez, Vicente
2007-06-01

Resumen en español Fundamentos: El registro de enfermedades profesionales en España resulta insuficiente para valorar el impacto de las enfermedades de origen laboral en nuestro país. En el presente estudio se estima la mortalidad por enfermedades laborales y sus costes en base a riesgos atribuibles estimados en la literatura internacional. Métodos: Se aplican estimaciones de riesgo atribuible para la mortalidad de origen laboral calculadas por Nurminen y Karjalainen (Finlandia, 2001) al (mas) total de muertes por las enfermedades y grupos de edad relevantes en España y por comunidades autónomas en 2004. Se calculan los años potenciales de vida y de vida laboral perdidos. A partir de estos últimos, se estiman los costes actualizados de la pérdida de vida productiva debida a las muertes por enfermedades laborales en España. Resultados: Según nuestras estimaciones, en 2004 se habrían producido en España cerca de 16.000 muertes por enfermedades relacionadas con exposiciones laborales, la mayoría en hombres (87%). Estas muertes habrían causado cerca de 152.000 años potenciales de vida perdidos y algo más de 47.000 años potenciales de vida laboral perdidos, lo que conllevaría un coste actualizado en pérdidas de productividad entre 580 y 1.000 millones de euros. Conclusiones: En 2004 el registro de enfermedades profesionales en España sólo recogió dos muertes por esta causa. Sin embargo, los resultados del presente estudio ponen de manifiesto la importancia de las condiciones de trabajo como determinantes de muertes evitables en la población y la inminente necesidad de sistemas de vigilancia y prevención adecuados para afrontar en toda su magnitud este problema para la salud pública. Resumen en inglés Background: Occupational diseases are not registered in Spain to a sufficient degree so as to be able to evaluate the impact thereof in our country. In this study, the occupational disease-related mortality and the costs thereof are estimated based on attributable risks calculated in international literature. Methods: Attributable risk estimates are applied for the occupationally-caused deaths rate calculated by Nurminen and Karjalainen (Finland, 2001) are applied to the (mas) total number of deaths by the relevant diseases and age groups in Spain and in Autonomous Communities in 2004. The potential years of life and working life lost are calculated. Based upon the years of working life lost, the updated costs of the loss of productive life due to deaths caused by occupational diseases in Spain are estimated. Results: According to our estimates, nearly 16,000 deaths would have occurred in Spain due to occupational exposure-related diseases, the majority in males (87%). These deaths could have caused nearly 152,000 potential years of life lost and somewhat over 47,000 potential years of working life lost, which would entail an updated cost in productivity losses of 580 million - 1 billion euros. Conclusions: In 2004, the occupational disease register in Spain included solely two deaths due to this cause. The results of this study however reveal the importance of working conditions as determining factors in preventable deaths among the population and the imminent need for adequate surveillance and prevention systems for dealing with this public health problem in its full magnitude.

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Estimación de la mortalidad atribuible a enfermedades laborales en España, 2004/ Estimate of the Mortality Rate Attributable to Occupational Diseases in Spain, 2004

García García, Ana M.; Gadea Merino, Rafael; López Martínez, Vicente
2007-06-01

Resumen en español Fundamentos: El registro de enfermedades profesionales en España resulta insuficiente para valorar el impacto de las enfermedades de origen laboral en nuestro país. En el presente estudio se estima la mortalidad por enfermedades laborales y sus costes en base a riesgos atribuibles estimados en la literatura internacional. Métodos: Se aplican estimaciones de riesgo atribuible para la mortalidad de origen laboral calculadas por Nurminen y Karjalainen (Finlandia, 2001) al (mas) total de muertes por las enfermedades y grupos de edad relevantes en España y por comunidades autónomas en 2004. Se calculan los años potenciales de vida y de vida laboral perdidos. A partir de estos últimos, se estiman los costes actualizados de la pérdida de vida productiva debida a las muertes por enfermedades laborales en España. Resultados: Según nuestras estimaciones, en 2004 se habrían producido en España cerca de 16.000 muertes por enfermedades relacionadas con exposiciones laborales, la mayoría en hombres (87%). Estas muertes habrían causado cerca de 152.000 años potenciales de vida perdidos y algo más de 47.000 años potenciales de vida laboral perdidos, lo que conllevaría un coste actualizado en pérdidas de productividad entre 580 y 1.000 millones de euros. Conclusiones: En 2004 el registro de enfermedades profesionales en España sólo recogió dos muertes por esta causa. Sin embargo, los resultados del presente estudio ponen de manifiesto la importancia de las condiciones de trabajo como determinantes de muertes evitables en la población y la inminente necesidad de sistemas de vigilancia y prevención adecuados para afrontar en toda su magnitud este problema para la salud pública. Resumen en inglés Background: Occupational diseases are not registered in Spain to a sufficient degree so as to be able to evaluate the impact thereof in our country. In this study, the occupational disease-related mortality and the costs thereof are estimated based on attributable risks calculated in international literature. Methods: Attributable risk estimates are applied for the occupationally-caused deaths rate calculated by Nurminen and Karjalainen (Finland, 2001) are applied to the (mas) total number of deaths by the relevant diseases and age groups in Spain and in Autonomous Communities in 2004. The potential years of life and working life lost are calculated. Based upon the years of working life lost, the updated costs of the loss of productive life due to deaths caused by occupational diseases in Spain are estimated. Results: According to our estimates, nearly 16,000 deaths would have occurred in Spain due to occupational exposure-related diseases, the majority in males (87%). These deaths could have caused nearly 152,000 potential years of life lost and somewhat over 47,000 potential years of working life lost, which would entail an updated cost in productivity losses of 580 million - 1 billion euros. Conclusions: In 2004, the occupational disease register in Spain included solely two deaths due to this cause. The results of this study however reveal the importance of working conditions as determining factors in preventable deaths among the population and the imminent need for adequate surveillance and prevention systems for dealing with this public health problem in its full magnitude.

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¿Pueden la malaria y el dengue reaparecer en España?/ Could malaria and dengue reappear in Spain?

Bueno Marí, Rubén; Jiménez Peydró, Ricardo
2010-08-01

Resumen en español El aumento de la inmigración durante los últimos años en España ha facilitado la importación de numerosas enfermedades tropicales. Entre ellas, las de transmisión vectorial son algunas de las más complicadas de estudiar por la complejidad que conlleva la participación de diversos hospedadores en los ciclos de transmisión, así como por la necesidad de conocer todos los parámetros fisiológicos, bioecológicos y biogeográficos relacionados con el organismo vecto (mas) r para poder inferir las posibilidades reales de la emergencia o la reemergencia de las enfermedades pertinentes. En estas circunstancias, el presente trabajo aporta información acerca de enfermedades importadas de incuestionable interés epidemiológico para la población residente en España, por albergar nuestro país diversas especies de mosquitos culícidos (Diptera, Culicidae) potencialmente transmisoras de éstas. Enfermedades parasitarias como la malaria, que fue altamente endémica en España hasta hace apenas 50 años, y otras de tipo arbovírico como el dengue y la fiebre amarilla, son analizadas en estos términos. También se exponen diferentes aspectos inherentes al sistema sanitario y a las distintas formas de hacer frente a estas cuestiones. Resumen en inglés The recent increase in immigration to Spain has facilitated the importation of many tropical diseases. Among these diseases, those of vectorial origin are among the most difficult to study. Some of the reasons for this difficulty are the complexity due to the variety of hosts involved in the transmission cycles and the need to know all the physiological, bioecological and biogeographic parameters related to the vector in order to infer the actual possibilities of the emer (mas) gence or reemergence of these diseases. This article provides information on imported diseases of unquestionable epidemiological interest for the population in Spain due to the presence of several species of culicid mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae) capable of transmitting these diseases in our country. Parasitic diseases such as malaria, which was highly endemic in Spain until 50 years ago, and other arboviral infections such as dengue and yellow fever, are analyzed in these terms. Various aspects related to the health system, as well as the different ways of tackling these issues, are also discussed.

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¿Pueden la malaria y el dengue reaparecer en España?/ Could malaria and dengue reappear in Spain?

Bueno Marí, Rubén; Jiménez Peydró, Ricardo
2010-08-01

Resumen en español El aumento de la inmigración durante los últimos años en España ha facilitado la importación de numerosas enfermedades tropicales. Entre ellas, las de transmisión vectorial son algunas de las más complicadas de estudiar por la complejidad que conlleva la participación de diversos hospedadores en los ciclos de transmisión, así como por la necesidad de conocer todos los parámetros fisiológicos, bioecológicos y biogeográficos relacionados con el organismo vecto (mas) r para poder inferir las posibilidades reales de la emergencia o la reemergencia de las enfermedades pertinentes. En estas circunstancias, el presente trabajo aporta información acerca de enfermedades importadas de incuestionable interés epidemiológico para la población residente en España, por albergar nuestro país diversas especies de mosquitos culícidos (Diptera, Culicidae) potencialmente transmisoras de éstas. Enfermedades parasitarias como la malaria, que fue altamente endémica en España hasta hace apenas 50 años, y otras de tipo arbovírico como el dengue y la fiebre amarilla, son analizadas en estos términos. También se exponen diferentes aspectos inherentes al sistema sanitario y a las distintas formas de hacer frente a estas cuestiones. Resumen en inglés The recent increase in immigration to Spain has facilitated the importation of many tropical diseases. Among these diseases, those of vectorial origin are among the most difficult to study. Some of the reasons for this difficulty are the complexity due to the variety of hosts involved in the transmission cycles and the need to know all the physiological, bioecological and biogeographic parameters related to the vector in order to infer the actual possibilities of the emer (mas) gence or reemergence of these diseases. This article provides information on imported diseases of unquestionable epidemiological interest for the population in Spain due to the presence of several species of culicid mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae) capable of transmitting these diseases in our country. Parasitic diseases such as malaria, which was highly endemic in Spain until 50 years ago, and other arboviral infections such as dengue and yellow fever, are analyzed in these terms. Various aspects related to the health system, as well as the different ways of tackling these issues, are also discussed.

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Pasado, presente y futuro de la nutrición clínica en España/ Past, present and future of Clinical Nutrition in Spain

Caparrós Fernández de Aguilar, T.
2004-02-01

Resumen en español El autor, desde su posición privilegiada de casi cuarenta años dedicados a la nutrición artificial, hace una magnífica revisión de los orígenes, el desarrollo y la evolución de la nutrición artificial en España. Todos los personajes involucrados, el nacimiento de sociedades científicas, revistas y unidades de nutrición, tanto en España como en el extranjero son magistralmente descritos en esta conferencia dictada durante el XIX Congreso Nacional de la Sociedad Española de Nutrición Parenteral y Enteral , que tuvo lugar en Murcia en Mayo de 2003. Resumen en inglés The author, from his privileged position of nearly forty years dedicated to artificial nutrition, makes an excellent review of the origins, development and evolution of artificial nutrition in Spain. All the people involved, the birth of scientific societies, journals and Clinical Units, both in Spain and abroad, are perfectly described in this conference dictated at the XIX National Congress of the Spanish Society of Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition, held in Murcia in May 2003.

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Mortalidad por violencia del compañero íntimo en mujeres extranjeras residentes en España: (1999-2006)/ Mortality due to intimate partner violence in foreign women living in Spain: (1999-2006)

Vives-Cases, Carmen; Álvarez-Dardet, Carlos; Torrubiano-Domínguez, Jordi; Gil-González, Diana
2008-06-01

Resumen en español Objetivos: Describir la evolución de la mortalidad por violencia del compañero íntimo (VCI) en las mujeres extranjeras residentes en España y explorar un posible mayor riesgo de este colectivo de morir por VCI. Métodos: Estudio ecológico retrospectivo basado en las muertes por VCI del Instituto de la Mujer (1999-2006). Cálculo de tasas de mortalidad y modelos de Poisson para el cálculo de riesgos relativos e intervalos de confianza del 95%. Resultados: El riesgo d (mas) e morir por VCI de una mujer extranjera es 5,3 veces mayor que el de una española, y por años estudiados las extranjeras tienen un riesgo 2-8 veces mayor. Conclusión: Las mujeres extranjeras residentes en España son especialmente vulnerables ante la muerte por VCI. Se requiere una mayor investigación para profundizar en las causas y estrategias transversales que también impliquen al sector sanitario. Resumen en inglés Objectives: To describe the distribution of mortality due to intimate partner violence (IPV) in foreign women living in Spain and to explore the potentially greater risk of dying from IPV in this group. Methods: We performed a retrospective ecological study of deaths from IPV registered by the Women’s Institute of Spain (1999-2006). Mortality rates and Poisson models for relative risk and 95% confidence intervals were calculated. Results: The average risk of dying from I (mas) PV in foreign women was 5.3 times greater than that in Spanish women. In the years studied, the increased risk in foreign women was 2 to 8 times greater than that in Spanish women. Conclusion: Foreign women living in Spain are especially vulnerable to death from IPV. Further research on the causes of this phenomena and strategies involving health services are needed.

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Desigualdades en longevidad y calidad de vida entre Andalucía y España/ Inequalities in longevity and quality of life between Adalusia and Spain

Ruiz-Ramos, Miguel; Viciana-Fernández, Francisco
2004-08-01

Resumen en español Fundamento: El aumento experimentado en la esperanza de vida durante siglo xx hace más necesario el uso de indicadores que proporcionen información sobre la calidad de vida y su distribución en diferentes zonas geográficas. Para ello se describe, junto a la esperanza de vida (EV), la esperanza de vida sin discapacidad (EVSD) por sexo y edad, y se estima la magnitud de sus desigualdades entre Andalucía y España. Material y método: Con los datos de mortalidad del Mov (mas) imiento Natural de la Población, la Encuesta sobre Discapacidades, Deficiencias y Estado de Salud y las poblaciones del Instituto Nacional de Estadística del 1999 para Andalucía y España, se han construido las tablas de vida abreviadas, y a partir de ellas se ha calculado las EVSD mediante el método de Sullivan y se han obtenido la EV y la EVSD por edad y sexo de Andalucía y España. Resultados: La esperanza de vida fue menor en Andalucía que en España en todas las edades en varones y mujeres: al nacer fue de 73,9 y 80,9 años para varones y mujeres en Andalucía y de 75,0 y 82,1 años en España. Las desigualdades entre Andalucía y España en la EVSD fueron mayores a todas las edades, tanto en varones como en mujeres: 66,0 y 69,0 años para varones y mujeres de Andalucía al nacer y de 68,3 y 72,0 en España. Conclusiones: Andalucía tiene una menor longevidad y una peor calidad de vida que la media española, sobre todo en las mujeres mayores. Resumen en inglés Background: Because of the increase in life expectancy (LE) throughout the twentieth century, indicators providing information on quality of life and its distribution in distinct geographical areas are required. We describe LE and life expectancy without disability (LEWD) by age and sex and estimate the magnitude of inequalities between Andalusia and Spain. Material and method: Mortality data from the Natural Population Movement, the Survey of Disabilities, Deficiencies a (mas) nd Health Status, and the populations of the National Institute of Statistics for Andalusia and Spain in 1999 were used. Abbreviated life tables were constructed and were used to calculate LEWD through Sullivan's method. LE and LEWD by age and sex were obtained for Andalusia and Spain. Results: LE was lower in Andalusia than in Spain in all age groups and in both sexes. At birth, LE was 73.9 years for men and was 80.9 years for women in Andalusia and was 75.0 years and 82.1 years in Spain respectively. Inequalities between Andalusia and Spain in LEWD were greater in all age groups both in men and in women: at birth LEWD was 66.0 years and 69.0 years for men and women in Andalusia and was 68.3 years and 72.0 years in Spain. Conclusions: Longevity and quality of life are lower in Andalusia than the mean for Spain, especially in elderly women.

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Desigualdades en longevidad y calidad de vida entre Andalucía y España/ Inequalities in longevity and quality of life between Adalusia and Spain

Ruiz-Ramos, Miguel; Viciana-Fernández, Francisco
2004-08-01

Resumen en español Fundamento: El aumento experimentado en la esperanza de vida durante siglo xx hace más necesario el uso de indicadores que proporcionen información sobre la calidad de vida y su distribución en diferentes zonas geográficas. Para ello se describe, junto a la esperanza de vida (EV), la esperanza de vida sin discapacidad (EVSD) por sexo y edad, y se estima la magnitud de sus desigualdades entre Andalucía y España. Material y método: Con los datos de mortalidad del Mov (mas) imiento Natural de la Población, la Encuesta sobre Discapacidades, Deficiencias y Estado de Salud y las poblaciones del Instituto Nacional de Estadística del 1999 para Andalucía y España, se han construido las tablas de vida abreviadas, y a partir de ellas se ha calculado las EVSD mediante el método de Sullivan y se han obtenido la EV y la EVSD por edad y sexo de Andalucía y España. Resultados: La esperanza de vida fue menor en Andalucía que en España en todas las edades en varones y mujeres: al nacer fue de 73,9 y 80,9 años para varones y mujeres en Andalucía y de 75,0 y 82,1 años en España. Las desigualdades entre Andalucía y España en la EVSD fueron mayores a todas las edades, tanto en varones como en mujeres: 66,0 y 69,0 años para varones y mujeres de Andalucía al nacer y de 68,3 y 72,0 en España. Conclusiones: Andalucía tiene una menor longevidad y una peor calidad de vida que la media española, sobre todo en las mujeres mayores. Resumen en inglés Background: Because of the increase in life expectancy (LE) throughout the twentieth century, indicators providing information on quality of life and its distribution in distinct geographical areas are required. We describe LE and life expectancy without disability (LEWD) by age and sex and estimate the magnitude of inequalities between Andalusia and Spain. Material and method: Mortality data from the Natural Population Movement, the Survey of Disabilities, Deficiencies a (mas) nd Health Status, and the populations of the National Institute of Statistics for Andalusia and Spain in 1999 were used. Abbreviated life tables were constructed and were used to calculate LEWD through Sullivan's method. LE and LEWD by age and sex were obtained for Andalusia and Spain. Results: LE was lower in Andalusia than in Spain in all age groups and in both sexes. At birth, LE was 73.9 years for men and was 80.9 years for women in Andalusia and was 75.0 years and 82.1 years in Spain respectively. Inequalities between Andalusia and Spain in LEWD were greater in all age groups both in men and in women: at birth LEWD was 66.0 years and 69.0 years for men and women in Andalusia and was 68.3 years and 72.0 years in Spain. Conclusions: Longevity and quality of life are lower in Andalusia than the mean for Spain, especially in elderly women.

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Evolución temporal y distribución geográfica de la mortalidad por suicidio en Cataluña y España (1986-2002)/ Geographical distribution and time trends of suicide mortality in Catalonia and Spain (1986-2002)

Arán Barés, María; Gispert, Rosa; Puig, Xavier; Freitas, Adriana; Ribas, Gloria; Puigdefàbregas, Anna
2006-12-01

Resumen en español Objetivos: Estudiar la evolución temporal de la mortalidad por suicidio en Cataluña (1986-2002) y España (1986-2001), y analizar su distribución geográfica en esta comunidad autónoma. Métodos: Se calcularon las tasas anuales estandarizadas por edad para ambos sexos por el método directo y el porcentaje de cambio anual mediante un modelo de regresión de Poisson, por sexo y grupos de edad para Cataluña (1986-2002) y España (1986-2001). Para Cataluña, se calculó (mas) la razón de mortalidad estandarizada por el método indirecto (RME) por sexo, para los 46 sectores sanitarios y para todo el período, y la razón de mortalidad comparativa (RMC) y los intervalos de confianza (IC del 95%) agrupando los años en período 1 (1986-1994) y período 2 (1995-2002). Resultados: En Cataluña, la mortalidad en hombres es inferior que en España y se aprecia un incremento (no significativo) en el período estudiado en ambos territorios; en mujeres, la evolución y la magnitud de las tasas son similares a las del conjunto del Estado, y en los dos lugares se observa un ligero descenso (significativo) de las tasas. La evolución según la edad y el sexo muestra patrones diferenciados, destacando el descenso de las tasas en edades avanzadas en ambos sexos y el aumento en jóvenes en España y Cataluña. Los sectores sanitarios de la zona central, noreste y sur de Cataluña presentan una mortalidad superior a la media. Conclusiones: La evolución temporal de la mortalidad por suicidio en Cataluña y España muestra patrones diferentes según la edad y el sexo. En la distribución territorial en Cataluña se observa una progresiva homogeneización por sectores sanitarios. Resumen en inglés Objective: To analyze time trends in Catalonia (1986-2002) and Spain (1986-2001) in suicide mortality and its geographical variation by health areas in Catalonia. Methods: Standard annual mortality rates were calculated by the direct method for Catalonia (1986-2002) and Spain (1986-2001) (standard population of Catalonia 1991). The adjusted annual percent change was analyzed by means of a Poisson regression by gender and by age group for Catalonia and Spain. For the geogr (mas) aphical variation in Catalonia, standardized mortality ratio using the indirect method (SMR) were calculated by gender and for the 46 health areas for the entire period and the comparative mortality figures and its confidence intervals at 95% were analyzed grouping the years in period 1(1986-1994) and period 2 (1995-2002). Results: Men's mortality in Catalonia was lower than in Spain and an increase (not significant) was observed in both places during the period; for women, the evolution and rates were similar, with a small decrease (significant) for Catalonia and Spain. Differences in patterns and trends for age and sex were observed, showing a decrease in the elderly groups for both sexes and an increase for the young for Spain and Catalonia. In terms of geographic distribution, the health sectors of the Central, Northeast and South Catalonia zones show higher than average mortality. Conclusions: The time trends of mortality by suicide in Catalonia shows different patterns according to age and gender. A progressive homogenization in the territorial distribution by health areas was observed.

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Evolución temporal y distribución geográfica de la mortalidad por suicidio en Cataluña y España (1986-2002)/ Geographical distribution and time trends of suicide mortality in Catalonia and Spain (1986-2002)

Arán Barés, María; Gispert, Rosa; Puig, Xavier; Freitas, Adriana; Ribas, Gloria; Puigdefàbregas, Anna
2006-12-01

Resumen en español Objetivos: Estudiar la evolución temporal de la mortalidad por suicidio en Cataluña (1986-2002) y España (1986-2001), y analizar su distribución geográfica en esta comunidad autónoma. Métodos: Se calcularon las tasas anuales estandarizadas por edad para ambos sexos por el método directo y el porcentaje de cambio anual mediante un modelo de regresión de Poisson, por sexo y grupos de edad para Cataluña (1986-2002) y España (1986-2001). Para Cataluña, se calculó (mas) la razón de mortalidad estandarizada por el método indirecto (RME) por sexo, para los 46 sectores sanitarios y para todo el período, y la razón de mortalidad comparativa (RMC) y los intervalos de confianza (IC del 95%) agrupando los años en período 1 (1986-1994) y período 2 (1995-2002). Resultados: En Cataluña, la mortalidad en hombres es inferior que en España y se aprecia un incremento (no significativo) en el período estudiado en ambos territorios; en mujeres, la evolución y la magnitud de las tasas son similares a las del conjunto del Estado, y en los dos lugares se observa un ligero descenso (significativo) de las tasas. La evolución según la edad y el sexo muestra patrones diferenciados, destacando el descenso de las tasas en edades avanzadas en ambos sexos y el aumento en jóvenes en España y Cataluña. Los sectores sanitarios de la zona central, noreste y sur de Cataluña presentan una mortalidad superior a la media. Conclusiones: La evolución temporal de la mortalidad por suicidio en Cataluña y España muestra patrones diferentes según la edad y el sexo. En la distribución territorial en Cataluña se observa una progresiva homogeneización por sectores sanitarios. Resumen en inglés Objective: To analyze time trends in Catalonia (1986-2002) and Spain (1986-2001) in suicide mortality and its geographical variation by health areas in Catalonia. Methods: Standard annual mortality rates were calculated by the direct method for Catalonia (1986-2002) and Spain (1986-2001) (standard population of Catalonia 1991). The adjusted annual percent change was analyzed by means of a Poisson regression by gender and by age group for Catalonia and Spain. For the geogr (mas) aphical variation in Catalonia, standardized mortality ratio using the indirect method (SMR) were calculated by gender and for the 46 health areas for the entire period and the comparative mortality figures and its confidence intervals at 95% were analyzed grouping the years in period 1(1986-1994) and period 2 (1995-2002). Results: Men's mortality in Catalonia was lower than in Spain and an increase (not significant) was observed in both places during the period; for women, the evolution and rates were similar, with a small decrease (significant) for Catalonia and Spain. Differences in patterns and trends for age and sex were observed, showing a decrease in the elderly groups for both sexes and an increase for the young for Spain and Catalonia. In terms of geographic distribution, the health sectors of the Central, Northeast and South Catalonia zones show higher than average mortality. Conclusions: The time trends of mortality by suicide in Catalonia shows different patterns according to age and gender. A progressive homogenization in the territorial distribution by health areas was observed.

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Mortalidad por violencia del compañero íntimo en mujeres extranjeras residentes en España (1999-2006)/ Mortality due to intimate partner violence in foreign women living in Spain (1999-2006)

Vives-Cases, Carmen; Álvarez-Dardet, Carlos; Torrubiano-Domínguez, Jordi; Gil-González, Diana
2008-06-01

Resumen en español Objetivos: Describir la evolución de la mortalidad por violencia del compañero íntimo (VCI) en las mujeres extranjeras residentes en España y explorar un posible mayor riesgo de este colectivo de morir por VCI. Métodos: Estudio ecológico retrospectivo basado en las muertes por VCI del Instituto de la Mujer (1999-2006). Cálculo de tasas de mortalidad y modelos de Poisson para el cálculo de riesgos relativos e intervalos de confianza del 95%. Resultados: El riesgo d (mas) e morir por VCI de una mujer extranjera es 5,3 veces mayor que el de una española, y por años estudiados las extranjeras tienen un riesgo 2-8 veces mayor. Conclusión: Las mujeres extranjeras residentes en España son especialmente vulnerables ante la muerte por VCI. Se requiere una mayor investigación para profundizar en las causas y estrategias transversales que también impliquen al sector sanitario. Resumen en inglés Objectives: To describe the distribution of mortality due to intimate partner violence (IPV) in foreign women living in Spain and to explore the potentially greater risk of dying from IPV in this group. Methods: We performed a retrospective ecological study of deaths from IPV registered by the Women's Institute of Spain (1999-2006). Mortality rates and Poisson models for relative risk and 95% confidence intervals were calculated. Results: The average risk of dying from IP (mas) V in foreign women was 5.3 times greater than that in Spanish women. In the years studied, the increased risk in foreign women was 2 to 8 times greater than that in Spanish women. Conclusion: Foreign women living in Spain are especially vulnerable to death from IPV. Further research on the causes of this phenomena and strategies involving health services are needed.

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El paisaje de los repositorios institucionales open access en España | El paisatge dels dipòsits institucionals d'accés obert a Espanya

Melero, Remedios

[EN] The open access movement has made significant progress in recent years, despite still being relatively new to Spain. Twenty-one Spanish institutions, including sixteen universities, have signed the Declaration. In terms of Spain’s presence in international directories, the current figures for t...

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Rentabilidad y eficiencia de las entidades financieras de economía social en España/ Yield and efficiency of the financial organizations of social economy in Spain

Sanchis Palacio, Joan Ramon; Melián Navarro, Amparo
2009-03-01

Resumen en español Las entidades financieras de la Economía Social en España (cajas de ahorros, cooperativas de crédito y secciones de crédito de cooperativas), a la vez que mantienen su carácter social diferenciador, necesitan mejorar sus niveles de eficiencia. El objetivo principal es realizar un análisis comparativo de la rentabilidad y la eficiencia de estas entidades, atendiendo a diversos indicadores, durante el período 2002-2007. La metodología ha consistido en la realizació (mas) n de un estudio empírico basado en el tratamiento estadístico de sus estados contables, a través de las estadísticas oficiales del Banco de España y los resultados obtenidos de un trabajo de campo mediante cuestionario. El análisis demuestra que las cajas de ahorros son las más rentables y eficientes, aunque tanto las cooperativas de crédito como sobre todo las secciones de crédito de cooperativas han mejorado sus niveles, produciéndose un acercamiento entre las tres clases de entidades. En conclusión, estas entidades están realizando un importante esfuerzo de adaptación al entorno bancario, que tendrán que seguir desarrollando durante los próximos años. Resumen en inglés The financial organizations of the Social Economy in Spain (savings banks, cooperatives of credit and sections of credit of cooperatives), at the same time as they maintain his character social differentiator, need to improve its levels of efficiency. The primary target is to realise a comparative analysis of the yield and the efficiency of this organizations, taking care of diverse indicators, during period 2002-2007. The methodology has consisted of the accomplishment o (mas) f an empirical study based on the statistical treatment of its countable states, through the official statistics of the Bank of Spain and the obtained results of a work of field by means of questionnaire. The analysis demonstrates that the savings banks are most profitable and efficient, although as much the credit cooperatives as mainly the sections of credit of cooperatives have improved their levels, taking place an approach between the three classes of organizations. In conclusion, this organizations are realising an important effort from adaptation to the banking surroundings, that they will have to continue developing during the next years.

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Braquiópodos neógenos del suroeste de la depresión del Guadalquivir (sur de España)/ Neogene brachiopods from the southwestern Guadalquivir basin (south Spain)

Toscano-Grande, Antonio; García-Ramos, Diego; Ruiz-Muñoz, Francisco; González-Regalado, María Luz; Abad, Manuel; Civis-Llovera, Jorge; González-Delgado, José Ángel; Rico-García, Alberto; Martínez-Chacón, María Luisa; Xiomara García, Edith; Pendón-Martín, José Gabriel
2010-08-01

Resumen en español Se analizan los primeros registros de braquiópodos de las tres formaciones geológicas de mayor distribución cartográfica en el suroeste de la cuenca del Guadalquivir (provincia de Huelva, sur de España). El muestreo realizado en cinco secciones ha permitido reconocer tres especies pertenecientes a los géneros Terebratula, Maltaia y Cryptopora, siendo este último el primer registro del género en España. Se discute el rango bioestratigráfico y el contexto paleoeco (mas) lógico de estas especies y otras halladas en sedimentos del Neógeno superior (Tortoniense-Plioceno Inferior) del sur de España. Resumen en inglés This paper analyzes the first brachiopod record of three Neogene formations of the southwestern Guadalquivir Basin (Huelva province, SW Spain) with a wide cartographical distribution. Samples obtained in five sections of these formations have allowed to recognize three species belonging to the genera Terebratula, Maltaia and Cryptopora, the latter being the first record of this genus in Spain. In addition, the biostratigraphical distribution and palaeoecological context o (mas) f these species and others present in upper Neogene sediments (Tortonian-Lower Pliocene) of south Spain are discussed.

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Políticas para disminuir las desigualdades en salud en España/ Policies to reduce health inequalities in Spain

Esnaola, Santiago; Bacigalupe, Amaia; Aldasoro, Elena; Gutiérrez, María Luisa; Arteagoitia, María Luisa
2009-06-01

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Políticas para disminuir las desigualdades en salud en España/ Policies to reduce health inequalities in Spain

Esnaola, Santiago; Bacigalupe, Amaia; Aldasoro, Elena; Gutiérrez, María Luisa; Arteagoitia, María Luisa
2009-06-01

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Opinión Profesional sobre la Hospitalización Infantil de Inmigrantes de Origen Latinoamericano en Andalucía, España/ Professional opinion about hospitalising Latin-American immigrant children in Andalucía, Spain

Fernández-Castillo, Antonio; Vílchez-Lara, María J.
2009-06-01

Resumen en español Objetivo En los últimos años se ha evidenciado un incremento de la atención hospitalaria pediátrica a pacientes inmigrantes de origen latinoamericano en España. El objetivo de este trabajo es conocer la opinión de diversos profesionales sobre las necesidades específicas y diferenciales de esta población durante dicho proceso. Métodos La investigación se desarrolló a través de un estudio cualitativo de tipo fenomenológico, basado en entrevistas semiestructurad (mas) as a informantes clave en Andalucía (España). Los sujetos del estudio son profesionales de servicios de pediatría de centros hospitalarios andaluces. Resultados Entre los más relevantes destacan, como aspectos positivos, que la población inmigrante latinoamericana es la que menores dificultades de funcionamiento hospitalario presenta, en comparación con otros grupos de inmigrantes. Conclusiones Entre los aspectos psicológicos que más inciden durante la hospitalización, estarían las alteraciones emocionales, tales como la presencia de ansiedad y estrés o aspectos como la desconfianza durante el mismo. Resumen en inglés Objective There has been an increase in paediatric hospital attention being provided for Latin-American immigrant patients in Spain during the recent years. This work was aimed at ascertaining professionals' opinion regarding this population's specific and differential needs concerning Latin-American immigrant children being hospitalised. Methods The study consisted of a qualitative, phenomenological type of investigation, based on semi-structured interviews of key inform (mas) ers in Andalusia (Spain). The subjects of the study were professionals from paediatric services in hospital centres in Andalusia. Results One of the most prominent (positive) results revealed that the Latin-American immigrant population presented less difficulties regarding hospital functioning when compared to other immigrant groups. Conclusions The psychological aspects which had most impact on paediatric hospitalisation would be emotional alterations, such as the presence of anxiety and stress, or other aspects, like a lack of trust when being hospitalised.

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Opinión Profesional sobre la Hospitalización Infantil de Inmigrantes de Origen Latinoamericano en Andalucía, España/ Professional opinion about hospitalising Latin-American immigrant children in Andalucía, Spain

Fernández-Castillo, Antonio; Vílchez-Lara, María J
2009-06-01

Resumen en español Objetivo En los últimos años se ha evidenciado un incremento de la atención hospitalaria pediátrica a pacientes inmigrantes de origen latinoamericano en España. El objetivo de este trabajo es conocer la opinión de diversos profesionales sobre las necesidades específicas y diferenciales de esta población durante dicho proceso. Métodos La investigación se desarrolló a través de un estudio cualitativo de tipo fenomenológico, basado en entrevistas semiestructurad (mas) as a informantes clave en Andalucía (España). Los sujetos del estudio son profesionales de servicios de pediatría de centros hospitalarios andaluces. Resultados Entre los más relevantes destacan, como aspectos positivos, que la población inmigrante latinoamericana es la que menores dificultades de funcionamiento hospitalario presenta, en comparación con otros grupos de inmigrantes. Conclusiones Entre los aspectos psicológicos que más inciden durante la hospitalización, estarían las alteraciones emocionales, tales como la presencia de ansiedad y estrés o aspectos como la desconfianza durante el mismo. Resumen en inglés Objective There has been an increase in paediatric hospital attention being provided for Latin-American immigrant patients in Spain during the recent years. This work was aimed at ascertaining professionals' opinion regarding this population's specific and differential needs concerning Latin-American immigrant children being hospitalised. Methods The study consisted of a qualitative, phenomenological type of investigation, based on semi-structured interviews of key inform (mas) ers in Andalusia (Spain). The subjects of the study were professionals from paediatric services in hospital centres in Andalusia. Results One of the most prominent (positive) results revealed that the Latin-American immigrant population presented less difficulties regarding hospital functioning when compared to other immigrant groups. Conclusions The psychological aspects which had most impact on paediatric hospitalisation would be emotional alterations, such as the presence of anxiety and stress, or other aspects, like a lack of trust when being hospitalised.

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Modelos de valoración de maquinaria agrícola en el sur de Europa. Un análisis de la depreciación real/ Valuation models of agricultural machinery in southern Europe. An analysis of real depreciation

Guadalajara-Olmeda, Natividad; Fenollosa-Ribera, M. Loreto
2010-05-01

Resumen en español En el presente trabajo se obtienen modelos de valoración de la maquinaria agrícola nueva y usada, mediante métodos econométricos, para España e Italia, y a partir de ellos se deducen los modelos empíricos de depreciación. La vida útil media de los tractores en operación es aproximadamente el doble en España que en Italia, y en ambos países la depreciación es mayor en los tractores de mayor potencia y menor en los de potencias más reducidas; pero en España estas diferencias son más marcadas y llegan a ser de 20 % a partir de los 15 años. Resumen en inglés Valuation models of new and used agricultural machinery are obtained through the use of econometric methods for Spain and Italy, from which the empirical depreciation models are deduced. The mean useful life of the tractors in operation in Spain is approximately twice that of Italy, and in both countries depreciation is higher in the most powerful tractors and lower in those of less power; but in Spain these differences are more pronounced and are as high as 20 % after 15 years.

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Water management in Spain: an example of changing paradigms

Garrido Colmenero, Alberto; Llamas Madurga, Manuel Ramón

Both in principles and practical terms, Spain’s water policy has changed dramatically in the last years years. This rapid evolution has been accompanied by growing water problems, of which the Spanish society is becoming increasingly concern. This paper reviews the recent history of Spanish water po...

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Variability in 137Cs inventories and potential climatic and lithological controls in the central Ebro valley, Spain

Navas, Ana; Walling, D.E.; Quine, T.; Machín, Javier; Soto, Jesús; Domenech, Sergio; López-Vicente, Manuel

The extent of soil erosion in some Spanish semiarid regions has caused great concern regarding the sustainability of soil resources. Accelerated soil erosion, particularly in some Mediterranean areas, is likely to be one of the main environmental problems associated with climate change. Fallout 137C...

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Torsion formulation of gravity

Lledó, María A.; Sommovigo, Luca
2010-03-21

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The role of crustal anatexis on the origin of the lamproitic rocks from the southeasternSpain: a review

Aparicio, Alfredo; García, Roberto

The lamproitic rocks of the southeastern Spain outcrop in an area of intense Alpine tectonic activity, marking the second cycle of the three episodes of volcanism in this region. These rocks contain large amounts of incompatible elements (Rb, Ba, Sr and Zn, etc.) as well as Cr, Ni and Y. Their rare ...

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The relationship between nonexponential relaxation and molecular stiffness in aromatic model compounds

Privalko, V. P.; Ezquerra Sanz, Tiberio A.; Zolotukhin, M.; Baltá Calleja, Francisco José; Nequlqueo, G.; García, C.; Campa, José G. de la; Abajo González, Javier de
2000-03-01

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The regularisation of undocumented migrants as a mechanism for the 'emerging' of the Spanish underground economy

Moreno Fuentes, Francisco Javier

The underground economy represents a significant percentage of the Spanish economy, and the employment of undocumented migrants constitutes a large share of its supply of labour. This fact has functioned as an important pulling effect for the arrival of migrants into Spain over the last two decades,...

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The impact of the labour market on the timing of marriage and births in Spain

Gutiérrez-Domènech, Maria

The main purpose of this paper is to show how the labour market affects Spanish individual fertility decisions. Spain is an interesting case due to its huge fertility decline. Our hypothesis is that precarious Spanish labour markets (i.e. high unemployment rates and fixedterm contracts) postpone chi...

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The Three Major Spanish Clones of Penicillin-Resistant Streptococcus pneumoniae Are the Most Common Clones Recovered in Recent Cases of Meningitis in Spain

Spratt, Brian G.; Enright, Mark C.; Griffiths, David; Fenoll, Asunción

One hundred six isolates of Streptococcus pneumoniae recovered in Spain from patients with meningitis in 1997 and 1998 were characterized by multilocus sequence typing. A heterogeneous collection of genotypes was associated with meningitis in Spain: 65 different sequence types were resolved and, eve...

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The Spanish inquisition. Current research in perspective

Dedieu, Jean-Pierre

Historiographical global view of the research on the Spanish Inquisition from 1998 to 2008. The paper laments the fact that the Spanish research failed to take into account the groundbreaking conclusions of recent Italian historiography.

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The Spanish Auction for Government Securities: A Laboratory Analysis

Abbink, Klaus; Brandts, Jordi; Pezanis-Christou, Paul

Updated - please see paper 551.02 in this series. | The Bank of Spain uses a unique auction format to sell government bonds, which can be seen as a hybrid of a uniform and a discriminatory auction. For winning bids above the average winning bid, buyers are charged the average winning bid, otherwise ...

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The Madrid bombings in the domestic and regional politics of Spain

Moreno, Luis

Paper presented at the Conference ‘The War on Terror - Three Years On’, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, 26 November 2004. Published in: Irish Studies in International Affairs, Vol. 16: 65-72, 2005 | The terrorist attack perpetrated on March 11, 2004 in Madrid received a great deal of attention in the i...

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Technology, innovation and economy in Spain: national and regional influences

Muñoz, Emilio; Espinosa de los Monteros, Juan; Díaz, Víctor
2000-01-20

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Study of chromophores of Islamic glasses from Al-Andalus (Murcia, Spain)

Carmona, Noemí; García-Heras, Manuel; Villegas, Mª. Ángeles; Jiménez Castillo, Pedro; Navarro Palazón, Julio

Lasers in the Conservation of Artworks. Proceedings of the International Conference LACONA VII, Madrid, Spain, 2007. | The recent discovery and excavation of 12th century AD urban glass workshops in the city of Murcia (Spain) have provided good evidences of glass production in the ancient Islamic te...

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Study of chromophores of Islamic glasses from Al-Andalus (Murcia, Spain)

Carmona, Noemí; García-Heras, Manuel; Villegas, María Ángeles; Jiménez Castillo, Pedro; Navarro Palazón, Julio
2008-01-01

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Structure and Structure-Related Characteristics of Dryland and Long-Term Irrigated Xerochrept Soils

Wierzchos, Jacek; García González, María Teresa; Boixadera, J.
1997-01-01

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Spain: Short on children and short on family policies

Delgado Pérez, Margarita; Meil, Gerado; Zamora López, Francisco
2008-01-01

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Spain-Phase-out of Methyl Bromide in pepper production in Spain

Bello, A.; Piedra Buena, A.; Díez-Rojo, M. A.

En: Chapter 10. Case studies on commercial adoption of alternatives to MB. 10.2.1. Alternatives for preharvest (soil) uses. Case study 3. Spain-Phase-out of Methyl Bromide in pepper production in Spain. Report of Methyl Bromide Technical Options Committee (MBTOC). 2006 Assessment, pp. 341-344. | Non...

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Spain-Phase-out of Methyl Bromide in pepper production in Spain

Bello, A.; Piedra Buena, A.; Díez-Rojo, M. A.
2007-03-15

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Some aspects of citation indexes in Spain: A comparative analysis

Osca Lluch, Julia; Blesa, Pedro; Barrueco, José Manuel; Velasco, Elena; Krichel, Thomas

This paper studies the main characteristics of the citation indexes currently developed in Spain. The paper compares the impact factors offered by Spanish citation indexes with the impact factor of Spanish journals also collected by the JCR s ogf the ISI (SCI and SSCI) over a five-yeat period (2001-...

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Silurian

Robardet, M.; Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C.
2002-01-01

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Sheep grazing systems in the north of Spain

Mantecón, Ángel R.; Fernández Bermúdez, Florentino; González, Jesús Salvador; García, A.
1991-01-01

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SIDE: a fiber fed spectrograph for the 10.4 m Gran Telescopio Canarias (GTC)

Prada, F.; Azzaro, M.; Rabaza, O.; Sánchez, J.; Ubierna, M.
2008-07-01

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Research actors and the State: research evaluation and evaluation of science and technology policies in Spain

Sanz Menéndez, Luis

This paper describes the development of research evaluation in Spain. It assumes that research evaluation, R&D policy and programme evaluation are embedded in the development of and R&D system and are characterised by general Spanish policy-making. Research evaluation in a context of delegation and ...

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Reactions of Spanish Agricultural Co-operatives to Collective Globalization: Ideal Discourse Types

Entrena Durán, Francisco; Moyano, Eduardo

The main objective of this article is to build up a typology of the ideological discourses which guide and legitimize the different, and often mutually contradictory, reactions of Spanish agricultural co-operatives to the process of ever-increasing socio-economical globalization in which they are im...

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Publishing Performance Of Spanish Academics: 1970-2004

Rodríguez, David

The aim of this note is to complement some of the results appearing in Dolado et al. (2003) article "Publishing Performance in Economics: Spanish Rankings" Particularly we want to focus on three issues: the robustness of the results regardless of the time span considered, the evaluation of a researc...

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Preliminary evaluation of scarlet bean landraces from Spain

Martinez, T.; Santalla Ferradás, Marta; Ron Pedreira, Antonio Miguel de
2002-03-01

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Pisciculture et environnement en Espagne Fish culture and environment in Spain

Vasquez Mickael

The author presents a brief picture of Spanish fish breeding and its water legislation (laws and sanctions) including environmental impact study.

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Performance of Crosses among French and Spanish Maize Populations across Environments

Malvar Pintos, Rosa Ana; Revilla Temiño, Pedro; Butrón Gómez, Ana María; Gouesnard, B.; Boyat, A.; Soengas Fernández, María del Pilar; Álvarez Rodríguez, Ángel; Ordás Pérez, Amando
2005-05-01

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Palaeoflood and floodplain records from Spain: Evidence for long-term climate variability and environmental changes

Benito, G.; Thorndycraft, V. R.; Rico, M.; Sánchez-Moya, Y.; Sopeña, A.

Palaeoflood chronologies from seven Spanish river basins and floodplain aggradation chronologies from thirteen rivers are analysed. These fluvial records were divided in to two sub-sets, namely Atlantic (10 ka record) and Mediterranean (3 ka record) river basins, which represent distinct modern hydr...

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Ordovician

Gutiérrez-Marco, J. C.; Robardet, M.; Rábano, I.; Sarmiento, Graciela N.; San José, M. A. de; Herranz Araújo, P.; Pieren, A. P.
2002-01-01

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Open access environment in Spain : How the "Movement" has evolved and current emerging initiatives

Melero, Remedios

Delivered at Workshop Open Access and Information Management, Oslo (Norway) | Open access in Spain is still an emerging movement, however during the last three or four years it has grown robustly with more frequent initiatives related either to institutional open access repositories and open/free jo...

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On the inadequacy of the logistic map for cryptographic applications

Arroyo Guardeño, David; Álvarez Marañón, Gonzalo; Fernández Mármol, Verónica
2008-09-01

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Ocean tide loading effects on new gravity tide measurements made at south of Spain

Arnoso, José; Benavent, M.; González Montesinos, Fuensanta
2010-01-01

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Occurrence and distribution of resistance to QoI fungicides in populations of Podosphaera fusca in south central Spain

Torés Montosa, Juan Antonio; Fernández Ortuño, Dolores

Cucurbit powdery mildew caused by Podosphaera fusca limits crop production in Spain. Since its management is strongly dependent on chemicals, the rational design of control programmes requires a good understanding of the fungicide resistance phenomenon in field populations. Fifty single-spore isolat...

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Not truly partnerless: Non-residential partnerships and retreat from marriage in Spain

Castro Martín, Teresa; Domínguez Folgueras, Marta; Martín García, Teresa
2008-01-01

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Nematodes and management of diversity in potato crops in La Rioja (Spain)

García Álvarez, Avelino; Gutiérrez, Carmen; Escuer, M.; Bello, A.
2005-01-01

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Modelling forest fire spread using hexagonal cellular automata

Hernández Encinas, Luis; Hoya White, S.; Martín del Rey, Ángel; Rodríguez Sánchez, Gerardo
2007-06-01

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Marteilia refringens in mussel (Mytilus galloprovincialis) beds in Spain

Robledo, José A. F.; Cáceres-Martínez, J.; Figueras, Antonio
1994-01-01

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Marital Fertility and Religion : Recent Changes in Spain

Adsera, Alicia

Since the onset of democracy in 1975, both total fertility and Mass attendance rates in Spain have dropped dramatically. I use the 1985 and 1999 Spanish Fertility Surveys to study whether the significance of religion in fertility behavior – both in family size and in the spacing of births – has chan...

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Marine sciences information activity report for Spain 2001/2002

Wulff, Enrique

Recent developments in Spanish performed marine science refer to a “big science” demand bounded between two large, abrupt changes in system behaviour. On April 25, 1998, the Aznalcóllar (near Seville) mining spill, and on 13 November 2002 the Prestige Oil spill off the Galician coast. Consistently a...

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Landscape of Open Access Institutional Repositories in Spain

Melero, Remedios; López Medina, Alicia; Prats, Jordi

The open access movement is an emerging issue in Spain, but it is becoming a familiar term within the scientific community. It has advanced in the past three or four years with more frequent initiatives related to repositories and open/free journals. This work aims to offer some figures about Spanis...

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Labor market assimilation of recent immigrants in Spain

Amuedo-Dorantes, Catalina; Rica, Sara de la

This paper provides a preliminary analysis of the employment and occupational assimilation of recent immigrant waves to the Spanish labor market as their residencies lengthen. Using Spanish data from the 2001 Population Census and the 2002 Earnings Structure Survey, we find evidence of immigrant emp...

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Labor Productivity in Spain: 1977-2002

Nicolini, Rosella

This study examines the evolution of labor productivity across Spanish regions during the period from 1977 to 2002. By applying the kernel technique, we estimate the effects of the Transition process on labor productivity and its main sources. We find that Spanish regions experienced a major converg...

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LIMNOCLIBER: a transect of high-resolution lacustrine records of climate and environmental variability in Spain since the Last Glacial Maximum

Valero-Garcés, Blas L.; Moreno Caballud, Ana; González-Sampériz, Penélope; Morellón, Mario; Navas Izquierdo, Ana; Machín Gayarre, Javier; Mata, M. Pilar; Martín-Puertas, Celia; Delgado Huertas, Antonio; Bao, Roberto; González Barrios, A.; Schnurremberger, Doug; Norens, A.; Shapley, Mark
2005-04-01

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Jug

Navarro Palazón, Julio
1992-01-01

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Juan Valverde, or Building a “Spanish Anatomy” in 16th Century Rome

ANDRETTA, Elisa

The paper focus on the sojourn in Rome of the Spanish anatomist Juan de Valverd. His role, both within the Spanish community and the political and cultural framework of the city, will be examined in various places of the urban context, to show the way in which he built his professional identity with...

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Jeronimo Roman de la Higuera and the Lead Books of Sacromonte

García-Arenal, Mercedes; Rodríguez Mediano, Fernando
2009-01-01

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Isolation of in intensive aquaculture areas of Vigo estuary (NW, Spain)

Lloves, M.; Lores, B.; Pascual, Santiago; Arias, C.; Paniagua, E.
1996-01-01

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Inversión en infraestructuras, crecimiento y convergencia regional

Fuente, Angel de la

16 pages, 10 figures.-- JEL Classification: O47, H54, R11. | [EN] This paper presents estimates of the contribution of infrastructure investment to the growth of output and employment in Spain and its regions and investigates the impact of this factor on the process of regional convergence in income...

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Internet Service Providers Liability in Spain

Peguera, Miquel

The article focuses on the current situation of Spanish case law on ISP liability. It starts by presenting the more salient peculiarities of the Spanish transposition of the safe harbours laid down in the E-Commerce Directive. These peculiarities relate to the knowledge requirement of the hosting sa...

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Inter-firm product development in Spain

Sanz Menéndez, Luis

This paper attempts to explore the extent in which inter-firm co-operation has emerged for the development of new products in Spain. The basic building block of recent theorizing on technological change is that innovation is a firm-based process. In spite of the central role business organizations p...

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Increased prevalence of Rickettsia aeschlimannii in Castilla y León, Spain

Fernández Soto, Pedro; Díaz Martín, V.; Pérez Sánchez, Ricardo; Encinas Grandes, Antonio
2008-11-09

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Hunting impact on waders in Spain: effects of species protection measures

Barbosa, Andrés

The hunting impact on waders in Spain was studied to test the efficiency of species protection measures. Using information on ringed bird recoveries in Spain of 28 species a hunting impact index was calculated. The results show a high hunting pressure similar to that of other groups of birds. The hu...

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Human capital as a factor of growth and employment at the regional level. The case of Spain

Fuente, Angel de la; Doménech, Rafael; Jimeno, Juan Francisco

We use statistical techniques to quantify the effects of school attainment on individual wages, participation rates and employment probabilities in Spain, and to measure the contribution of education to labour productivity at the regional level. These estimates are then combined with data on private...

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Human capital as a factor of growth and employment at the regional level. The case of Spain

Fuente, Ángel de la; Doménech, Rafael; Jimeno, Juan Francisco
2003-11-15

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Heterotic patterns among French and Spanish maize populations

Revilla Temiño, Pedro; Boyat, A.; Álvarez Rodríguez, Ángel; Gouesnard, B.; Soengas Fernández, María del Pilar; Ordás Pérez, Amando; Malvar Pintos, Rosa Ana
2006-01-01

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Genotipo VHC emergente en Castellón/ Arising HCV genotype in Castellón, Spain

Téllez-Castillo, C. J.; Gil-Fortuño, M.; Pardo Serrano, F. J.; Palau-Canós, A.; Ripolles Vilar, V.
2008-01-01

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Food-related life style in Spain Food-related life style in Spain

Bredahl, Lone; Brunsø, Karen; Grunert, Klaus G.; Beckmann, Suzanne C.

Executive summary 1. This report contains the main results of a survey of food-related lifestyle in Spain, based on a representative sample of 1000 Spanish households. 2. Generally speaking, Spanish food consumers are very interested in shopping for food and cooking. Compared with other European foo...

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Federalization in multinational Spain.

Moreno, Luis

Publicado en M. Burgess y J. Pinder (eds.), Multinational Federations , pp. 86-107. Londres/Nueva York : Routledge, Mayo 2007 | Some countries face a national dilemma. Spain has rather a dilemma of nationalities. This is chiefly cultural and political with inter-regional disparities tending also to...

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Ethnic businesses in Spain

Cebrián, Juan A.
2010-01-01

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Effects of climatic change on stream water quality in Spain

Benítez Gilabert, Manuel; Álvarez Cobelas, Miguel; Angeler, D. G.
2010-01-14

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Earth tides in Spain: preliminary results

Torroja, J. M.; Vieira, Ricardo
1978-01-01

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Drinking Vessel

Navarro Palazón, Julio
1992-01-01

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Determination of present-day stress tensor and neotectonic interval in the Spanish Central System and Madrid Basin, central Spain

De Vicente, Gerardo; Giner, Jorge; Muñoz Martín, Alfonso; González Casado, José Manuel; Lindo, Rubén

A brittle deformation tectonic analysis was performed in central Spain (Spanish Central System and Madrid Basin) in order to decipher and understand the deformation processes that take place in a typical intracontinental zone. 1174 fault slickensides obtained in materials with ages between Late Cret...

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Description of Pratylenchoides camachoi n. sp. (Pratylenchidae: Tylenchida) from Spain.

Gómez Barcina, Antonio; Castillo, Pablo; González País, Angelines

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Decentralization in Spain

Moreno, Luis

Publicado en: Regional Studies 36(4): 399-408, 2002 | Since the transition to democracy in the late 1970s, Spain has undergone a process of deep decentralization and an incipient federalization. This article analyses the main features of such processes underlying the high level of home rule achieved...

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Characterisation and identification of grapevine cultivars (Vitis vinifera L.) from northwestern Spain using microsatellite markers and ampelometric methods.

Santiago Blanco, José Luis; Boso Alonso, Susana; Martin, J. P.; Ortiz, J. M.; Martinez Rodríguez, María del Carmen
2005-01-01

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Cenozoic volcanism II: the Canary Islands

Carracedo, Juan Carlos; Pérez Torrado, F. J.; Ancochea, Eumenio; Meco, Joaquín; Hernán, Francisco; Cubas, Carmen Rosa; Casillas, Ramón; Rodríguez-Badiola, E.; Ahijado, Agustina
2002-01-01

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Case study :Norwegian expatriates to Spain :viability of theoretical findings for creating expatriation programs

Njøten, Benedikte

This paper examines how a Norwegian manager in Spain experiences the cultural differences, whether adapting to the Spanish culture or facing cultural collisions. Further the paper seeks to establish whether the findings of Trompenaars and Hampden-Turner can be used in developing successful expatriat...

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Breeding white seeded bean cultivars for improving quality

Monteagudo, Ana B.; Rodiño Míguez, Ana Paula; Montero, I.; Santalla Ferradás, Marta; Ron Pedreira, Antonio Miguel de
2000-03-01

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Bistable polarization switching in mutually coupled vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers

Vicente, Raúl; Mulet, Josep; Mirasso, Claudio R.; Sciamanna, Marc
2006-01-09

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258

Basic-intermediate igneous rocks formed by transformastion processes in the SW of Spain

Sánchez, V.; Aparicio, Alfredo

Transformation of granitic rocks in contact with marly-carbomnate rocks to diorites gabros and peridotites is a normal situation in the Hercinyan of Spain | Peer reviewed

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Andalucian (Spain, sw)

Orihuela, Antonio
1997-01-01

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An unexpected access to 5-epi-cyclophellitol: a new cyclitol member

Serrano, Pedro; Egido-Gabás, Meritxell; Llebaria Soldevilla, Amadeu; Delgado Cirilo, Antonio
2007-08-22

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Alteration of the bioenergetic phenotype of mitochondria is a hallmark of breast, gastric, lung and oesophageal cancer

Isidoro, Antonio; Martínez-Diez, Marta; Fernández, Pedro L.; Ortega, Álvaro D.; Santamaría, Gema; Chamorro, Margarita; Reed, John C.; Cuezva, José M.
2003-12-19

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Adjustment of the First Order Gravity Net in Spain

Sevilla, Miguel J.; Gil Cruz, Antonio J.; Romero, P.

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Abstracts of the XXXIV Symposium de cunicultura de ASESCU. Sevilla, Spain. 4-5 Jun, 2009.

Spanish Association of Cuniculture (ASESCU)

The annual Congress of the Spanish Association of Cuniculture (ASESCU) was held in Calahorra (La Rioja) on 30-31st October of 2008. The 33th edition was devoted to study different strategies to enhance the farm profitability. The high increment in the feeding and the low price of the meat has been t...

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A remote sensing based approach for the restoration of an open-cast coal mine site in Spain

Llorens, J. F.; Fernandez-Turiel, J. L.; Banninger, Cliff; Almer, A.
2000-01-01

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A new Helicella (Helicidae, Helicellinae) from Navarra, Spain

Gittenberger, E.; Manga-González, M. Yolanda
1981-01-01

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A model for the formation of ultramafic rocks in the crust:Peridotites of southern Spain and Northern Morocco

Sánchez, V.; Aparicio, Alfredo

The peridotite and related rocks of southern Spain and Northern Morocco were formed through polyphase processes by sialic matter than, at different P-T conditions transformed sedimentary-epimetamorphic materials | Peer reviewed

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Merrouche, Ouarda

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Rubiés, Joan-Pau

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Preston, Paul

This is a Spanish translation of "We saw Spain die: foreign correspondents in the Spanish Civil War", published by Constable, ISBN 9781845298517

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Preston, Paul

This is a Catalan translation of "We saw Spain die: foreign correspondents in the Spanish Civil War", published by Constable, ISBN 9781845298517

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Preston, Paul

Spanish translation of *The Triumph of Democracy in Spain*.

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Preston, Paul

Spanish translation of "The Coming of the Spanish Civil War: Reform Reaction and Revolution in the Second Spanish Republica 1931-1936".

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Preston, Paul

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Preston, Paul

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Petrongolo, Barbara; Guell, Maia

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Oya, Carlos

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Macklin, J.

This is a substantial article. It is really part of a wider project on Modernity, Culture and Religion in Spain to which I had hoped to devote my time before I was asked to be HoS. I am best known for my work on Modernism in Spain and within that on the narratives of Ramón Pérez de Ayala. This artic...

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Jiménez-Rubio, Dolores; Hernández-Quevedo, Cristina

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Hopkin, Jonathan

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Conversi, Daniele

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Blaney, Gerald

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Blaney, Gerald

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Beresford, A.

This first comprehensive history of Spanish literature to be published in English since the 1970s brings together experts from the USA, the United Kingdom, and Spain. Together, the essays cover the full range of Spanish poetry, prose, and theatre from the early Middle Ages to the present day. The cl...

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Balfour, Sebastian; La Porte, Pablo

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Balfour, Sebastian

This lively new textbook is a comprehensive treatment of Spanish history, capturing nearly two centuries of Spain in one volume. It provides a major reevaluation of modern Spain and draws from the work of leading historians in North America, Britain, and Spain. It also includes extensive material fr...

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Balfour, Sebastian

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This book is a compilation of several articles about the Spanish Civil War by different authors each one dealing with a matter.

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'98 emléke Spanyolországban

Laviana Cuetos, María Luisa
1998-01-01

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