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  1. wall

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    Irshad Kashif

    2016-01-01

    Full Text Available Maintaining indoor climatic conditions of buildings compatible with the occupant comfort by consuming minimum energy, especially in a tropical climate becomes a challenging problem for researchers. This paper aims to investigate this problem by evaluating the effect of different kind of Photovoltaic Trombe wall system (PV-TW on thermal comfort, energy consumption and CO2 emission. A detailed simulation model of a single room building integrated with PV-TW was modelled using TRNSYS software. Results show that 14-35% PMV index and 26-38% PPD index reduces as system shifted from SPV-TW to DGPV-TW as compared to normal buildings. Thermal comfort indexes (PMV and PPD lie in the recommended range of ASHARE for both DPV-TW and DGPV-TW except for the few months when RH%, solar radiation intensity and ambient temperature were high. Moreover PVTW system significantly reduces energy consumption and CO2 emission of the building and also 2-4.8 °C of temperature differences between indoor and outdoor climate of building was examined.

  2. Musikterapi med personer med demens

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    Ridder, Hanne Mette Ochsner

    2014-01-01

    Musikterapi er forholdsvist velkendt i forhold til mennesker med neurologiske problemstillinger som erhvervet hjerneskade eller demens. Delkapitlet her giver et bredt helserelateret og udviklingspsykologisk perspektiv på neurologiske problemstillinger som følge af forandringer i hjernen. Derfor i...

  3. Bipolar lead acid batteries with ceramic partitioning walls. Forming and characterization of negative electrodes; Bipolaera blybatterier med keramiska mellanvaeggar. Tillverkning och karaktaerisering av negativa elektroder

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    Nilsson, Ove; Haraldsen, Britta [Chalmers Univ. of Technology, Goeteborg (Sweden). Environmental Inorganic Chemistry

    2001-01-01

    Bipolar electrodes are built with positive and negative paste on each side of a partitioning wall (PW). The PW must be dimensional stable and shall not allow electrolyte to flow through. The process of lead infiltration in porous ceramic plates is studied in this report in combination with different methods of forming pos. and neg. halves. Plante formed negative paste can not withstand a high pressure - relief details must be included in the design. The expanders in NAM are necessary to maintain the capacity. Positive Plante formed electrodes are not proper formed due to a too high current density. Furthermore, they are very brittle. The usefulness of paste plates has been shown and the future work will be directed towards such bipolar electrodes to be included in prototype batteries.

  4. Boligsag med nybygning

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    Grønning, Merete E; Nielsen, Tove Lise

    2003-01-01

    Metodebog i hjælpemiddelformidling er den første grundbog, som med udgangspunkt i både teori og praksis beskriver ergoterapeutiske arbejdsmetoder i forbindelse med formidling af hjælpemidler. Kaptlet Boligsag med nybygning beskriver sagsgangen i en boligsag for en familie med et barn med...

  5. Matematik med it

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    2016-01-01

    Matematik med it giver i otte kapitler en oversigt over muligheder og begrænsninger, når der arbejdes med it i matematikundervisningen.......Matematik med it giver i otte kapitler en oversigt over muligheder og begrænsninger, når der arbejdes med it i matematikundervisningen....

  6. Gensyn med Firenze- og med store kunstnere

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    Davidsen-Nielsen, Niels

    2015-01-01

    Eftertanken. Med Michelangelo og E. M. Forster som rejseførere kan et besøg i den italienske renæssanceby Firenze blive livsforandrende.......Eftertanken. Med Michelangelo og E. M. Forster som rejseførere kan et besøg i den italienske renæssanceby Firenze blive livsforandrende....

  7. MedSun Reports

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — The Medical Product Safety Network (MedSun) is an adverse event reporting program launched in 2002. The primary goal for MedSun is to work collaboratively with the...

  8. Personer med handicap

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    Amilon, Anna; Larsen, Lena Bech; Østergaard, Stine Vernstrøm

    Danmark har været omfattet af FN’s handicapkonvention siden 2009. I tråd med konventionen har den danske handicappolitik til hensigt at skabe lige muligheder for mennesker med handicap og den øvrige befolkning. Denne undersøgelse belyser, i hvilket omfang dette sigte er opfyldt for mennesker med ...

  9. Zukunft von ZB MED

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    Bauer, Bruno

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available The focus of the current issue 1-2/2016 of GMS Medizin – Bibliothek – Information is on the future of ZB MED. The authors of the focus articles are Klaus-Rainer Brintzinger (ZB MED: What value comes to library infrastructure within science?, Iris Reimann (The importance of ZB MED for the German MLA / AGMB and Bruno Bauer (No future for ZB MED! Or maybe: a future for ZB MED?.Furthermore this issue features articles from Maurizio Grilli (A practical method for systematic searching of literature in medical libraries, Oliver Obst (Use of tablets for the study of medicine. Part 2: The project easyphysikum, Jana Pössel (Usability test of the new ZB MED search portal LIVIVO, Holger Laube, Alena Ittner, Sandra Pfob and Schröder (Fast as lightning to literature: ordering of literature in flow, Iris Reimann (German MLA (AGMB News and Bruno Bauer (The Medical Librarian’s Bibliography 2015.

  10. Nostalgitrip med Pikachu

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    Konzack, Lars

    2016-01-01

    Sommeren 2016 vil blive husket for den omsiggribende dille, Pokémon Go, med over 100 millioner downloads. Tusindvis af især børn og unge, men også forældre med barnevogne og hele familier, kunne pludselig ses på gader og stræder, i parker og grønne områder med en smartphone i hånden på jagt efter...

  11. Processeringsoptimering med Canons software

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    Precht, Helle

    2009-01-01

    . Muligheder i software optimering blev studeret i relation til optimal billedkvalitet og kontrol optagelser, for at undersøge om det var muligt at acceptere diagnostisk billedkvalitet og derved tage afsæt i ALARA. Metode og materialer Et kvantitativt eksperimentelt studie baseret på forsøg med teknisk og...... humant fantom. CD Rad fantom anvendes som teknisk fantom, hvor billederne blev analyseret med CD Rad software, og resultatet var en objektiv IQF værdi. Det humane fantom var et lamme pelvis med femur, der via NRPB’ er sammenlignelig med absorptionen ved et femårigt barn. De humane forsøgsbilleder blev...

  12. Virtuelt skrivebord med open office

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    Nielsen, Kurt Gammelgaard

    2009-01-01

    SDUs erfaringer med projektet Port 22: en virtuel platform med Open Office som kontorpakke til studerende.......SDUs erfaringer med projektet Port 22: en virtuel platform med Open Office som kontorpakke til studerende....

  13. At arbejde med videodata

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    Mortensen, Janus; Hazel, Spencer

    2018-01-01

    udstyr o Systematik i dataindsamlingen • Hvordan håndterer man dataopbevaring og datadeling? o Sikker opbevaring af data – forskellige medier samt kryptering o Backup – hvordan gør man det i praksis? o Datadeling – spørgsmål om fortrolighed og etik i forbindelse med deling • Hvordan arbejder man med...

  14. Snyd med sproghandlinger

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    Jørgensen, Charlotte

    2012-01-01

    eksempel på en mere generel debatadfærd hvor der forekommer misbrug i form af ’snyd med sproghandlinger’. I casen er det snyd i forbindelse med løftet som sproghandling der er i fokus, men det videre sigte med casestudiet er at lægge op til studier af adfærd der også involverer andre sproghandlinger, og...... som strider med god deliberativ retorik. Sagen om de billige boliger belyses i artiklen ud fra næranalyse af to tekster. I analysen appliceres begreber fra talehandlingsteorien, som i den efterfølgende diskussion og vurdering kombineres med det retoriske redelighedskriterium. Artiklen er således også...

  15. Advancing PubMed?

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    Wildgaard, Lorna Elizabeth; Lund, Haakon

    2016-01-01

    11 aspects. A systematic search in PubMed was used as study control. Findings The 16 tools limited rather than advanced the sorting, filtering, and export functionality required in a systematic search. The reproducibility of the searches in these sources was reduced. The study shows that Pub......Purpose Systematic reviews of biomedical literature are used to inform patient treatment. Yet the acquisition of relevant literature is proving increasingly challenging due to the large volume of information that needs to be searched, filtered and collocated. There is a need to improve...... the efficiency of biomedical literature searches. PubMed remains the primary resource for biomedical literature, and as PubMed makes the Medline data and Entrez PubMed Programming utilities freely available, any developer can produce alternative tools to search the database. The authors question if PubMed still...

  16. Med-E-Tel

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    Lievens, Frank; Jordanova, Malina

    2006-01-01

    .... The Med-e-Tel 2006 conference program covered over 130 presentations on topics such as homecare and health management, healthcare challenges, tele-education, eHealth in developing countries, telecardiology...

  17. DailyMed

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — DailyMed provides high quality information about marketed drugs. This information includes FDA labels (package inserts). This Web site provides health information...

  18. Med-E-Tel

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    Lievens, Frank; Jordanova, Malina

    2006-01-01

    ..., and more. The Med-e-Tel 2006 exhibition showcased products and technologies in the areas of medication compliance, home telehealth and vital sign monitoring, clinical software, electronic medical records...

  19. Baderum med finurlige kontraster

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    Dickson, Thomas

    2004-01-01

    Indledes med:Hvorfor skal badeværelser være så kedelige, tænkte Jannik Larsen, da han skulle glæde sin kone med et nyrenoveret badeværelse. Han havde hverken mange kvadratmeter eller penge til rådighed, men arbejdskraft og en god fantasi.......Indledes med:Hvorfor skal badeværelser være så kedelige, tænkte Jannik Larsen, da han skulle glæde sin kone med et nyrenoveret badeværelse. Han havde hverken mange kvadratmeter eller penge til rådighed, men arbejdskraft og en god fantasi....

  20. PubMed

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    PubMed is the National Library of Medicine's search service that provides access to over 10 million citations in MEDLINE, PreMEDLINE, and other related databases, with links to participating online journals.

  1. PubMed

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — PubMed comprises more than 26 million citations for biomedical literature from MEDLINE, life science journals, and online books. Citations may include links to...

  2. Leg med vision

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    Munk, Mette; Bertelsen, Katrine

    2011-01-01

    Bogen henvender sig primært til det pædagogiske personale med målgruppen daginstitutioner. Bogen skal stimulere arbejdet med at gøre bevægelse til en integreret del af kulturen i daginstitutioner - at få det pædagogiske personale til - at sætte ord på og spørgsmålstegn ved deres pædagogiske bevæg...

  3. Renovering med flere fokuspunkter

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    Thøgersen, Lotte

    2016-01-01

    Ordet renovering fremkalder næsten automatisk en billedserie på den indre skærm af bygninger omkranset af stilladser, byggepladser og håndværkere på arbejde. Afsluttet med et billede, hvor ejendommen står som nærmest genfødt med nyt tag, nye vinduer, kviste, altaner, renset facade og hvad der...

  4. Personer med handicap

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    Amilon, Anna; Larsen, Lena Bech; Østergaard, Stine Vernstrøm

    Danmark har været omfattet af FN’s handicapkonvention siden 2009. I tråd med konventionen har den danske handicappolitik til hensigt at skabe lige muligheder for mennesker med handicap og den øvrige befolkning. Denne undersøgelse belyser, i hvilket omfang dette sigte er opfyldt for mennesker med...... handicap i 2016, sammenholdt med den øvrige voksne befolkning. Undersøgelsen sætter fokus på forhold omkring uddannelse, beskæftigelse, forsørgelse, livskvalitet og sundhed, deltagelse og tilgængelighed samt sagsbehandling og diskrimination. Rapporten giver på den måde et bredt billede af, dels hvordan...... forholdene er for mennesker med handicap i 2016, og dels hvordan forholdene har udviklet sig siden den første undersøgelsesrunde i 2012. Undersøgelsen viser, at der er store forskelle på mennesker med og uden handicap, også når det gælder helt fundamentale områder for velfærdssamfundet så som uddannelse og...

  5. Med handicap i vuggestuen

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    Bendix-Olsen, Kurt

    2017-01-01

    Artiklen udforsker det deltagelsesmæssige råderum, som vuggestuebørn med handicap har i hverdagens inklusionspraksis i ressourcebørnehuse. Ressourcebørnehusenes inklusionsarrangementer er i fokus med henblik på at undersøge, på hvilke måder børn med handicap deltager i hverdagen og får erfaringer...... med og mulighed for at udvikle rådighed. Artiklen fremanalyserer, at inklusionsarrangementer tilvejebringes gennem tre væsensforskellige organiseringer af pædagogisk praksis, der hver på sin måde tilbyder børn med handicap særlige deltagelsesbetingelser: 1) Et kapacitetsfokuseret arrangement 2) Et...... rummende omsorgsarrangement 3) Et repertoireskabende arrangement. De to førstnævnte arrangementer peger på, at handicap er knyttet til binære forståelser af børns behov som almene eller særlige. Hvor de professionelle i det kapacitetsfokuserede arrangement vægtlægger udvikling af barnets kropsfunktioner og...

  6. Kritik med objektets forrang

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    Liebst, Lasse Suonperä; Stamer, Naja Buono

    2010-01-01

    Nærværende artikel vil i lyset af den idealistiske epistemologis fremtrædende position i sociologien foreslå, at et fremadrettet brud med denne idealisme kan ske med en tilbagevenden til Theodor W. Adornos negative dialektik. Det frugtbare ved denne særegne dialektik er, hvordan den med en...... tildeling af forrang til objektet insisterer på ikke-identiteten mellem de subjektive (ideale) og objektive (reale) momenter. Vores tese er, at Slavoj Žižek kan anses som dén teoretiske arvtager Adorno aldrig fik. Således argumenteres der for, at en revitalisering af Adornos negative dialektik og hermed den...... tidlige Frankfurterskoles kritiske ærinde skal ske med afsæt i netop Žižeks dialektiske psykoanalyse. Ved at placere objektet 'internt' for det symbolsk-sproglige – og ikke 'eksternt' som hos Adorno – er det med udgangspunkt i Žižek muligt at formulere en mere ikke-identisk og derved mindre pessimistisk...

  7. Fodbold med fjenden

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    Bonde, Hans

    Bogen kortlægger idrættens rolle 1940-45 og viser, at det dansk-tyske samarbejde foregik på alle idrættens niveauer lige fra græsrødderne i de lokale idrætsforeninger til DIFs topledelse. Fodbold med fjenden er den første dybtgående undersøgelse af idrættens rolle under besættelsen og dokumenterer......, at idrætsledernes grundopfattelse, at idræt og politik intet har med hinanden at gøre, medførte den værste politisering af dansk idræt nogen sinde. Bogen viser desuden, at dansk idræt siden befrielsen i maj 1945 har søgt at sløre samarbejdet med Tyskland, hvilket i høj grad er lykkedes....

  8. En definitionssandhed med modifikationer

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    Holtermann, Jakob v. H.; Olsen, Henrik Palmer

    2013-01-01

    Denne artikel indgår i den debat om retskildebegrebet, der tidligere har været rejst af Jens Ravnkilde. Forfatterne påviser flere svagheder i Ravnkildes argumentation, herunder at han ignorerer hele den internationale diskussion på området, samtidig med at han baserer sit eget angiveligt nyudvikl......Denne artikel indgår i den debat om retskildebegrebet, der tidligere har været rejst af Jens Ravnkilde. Forfatterne påviser flere svagheder i Ravnkildes argumentation, herunder at han ignorerer hele den internationale diskussion på området, samtidig med at han baserer sit eget angiveligt...

  9. Konkursloven med kommentarer

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    Petersen, Lars Lindencrone; Ørgaard, Anders

    konkursramt selskab forbud mod at drive virksomhed i selskaber med begrænset hæftelse (og i særlige tilfælde også virksomhed med personlig hæftelse), hvis der er konstateret visse bebrejdelsesværdige forhold hos medlemmer af ledelsen. Ved loven blev § 13 b, stk. 1, ændret, og der blev indsat nyt stk. 4 i § 15...... og nyt stk. 3 i § 125 samt nye §§ 157-169 (nyt afsnit III)....

  10. Professionalisme med innovativt potentiale

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    Nielsen, Inger Marie

    To teoretiske sværvægtere bliver koblet sammen i Inger Marie Larsen-Nielsen arbejdspapir om professionalisme med innovativt potentiale. De to teoretikere er læringsteoretikeren John Dewey og socialpsykologen Georg Herbert Mead, som er sat sammen i en teoretisk forståelsesramme omkring professionel...

  11. Personer med handicap

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    Larsen, Brian; Jonassen, Anders Bruun; Høgelund, Jan

    Regeringens Arbejdsmarkedskommission kommmer medio 2009 med forslag til, hvordan den samlede arbejdsindsats varigt kan øges gennem reformer på arbejdsmarkedet. En måde det kan ske på, er ved at begrænse antallet af personer, der står uden for arbejdsmarkedet som følge af helbredsproblemer. Rappor...

  12. Med-E-Tel

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    2006-04-01

    AIDS/HIV pandemic, etc.). Previous Med-e- Tel editions already saw participants from El Salvador to Tanzania and from Zambia to Indonesia gaining a...Sciences and Nutrition “ Salvador Zubirán” (INN) (7), one of the most recognized medical institutions in Mexico, analyses different efficiency, efficacy...AND RES MATA (2 ) LI BERTADO R (9) ARI SMENDI (3) MO NTES (12 ) MAR IÑO (10

  13. Stjerneroller med stort K

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    Redvall, Eva Novrup

    2017-01-01

    Der er langt mellem de spændende roller til kvinder over 40 i amerikansk film og tv. Det har flere kvindelige filmstjerner før og nu arbejdet aktivt på at ændre ved at søsætte egne projekter. To vellykkede eksempler på det kan for tiden ses på HBO i 'Big Little Lies' med Reese Witherspoon og Nico...

  14. Farlig sex med engle

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    Mejrup, Kristian

    2013-01-01

    De fleste af os tænker ikke på engle som kønnede væsner med en seksualitet, og selv om vi er i stand til at acceptere engle i alle mulige afskygninger, fra juletræets tyksakker i glitrende guld til frygtindgydende skikkelser i de bibelske skrifter, så er vi tilbøjelig til at ignorere spørgsmålet ...

  15. Fosterbarn med etnisk minoritetsbakgrunn

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    Skytte, Marianne

    Målgruppen for temahæftet, der er på norsk, er plejefamilier, der har eller overvejer at få et plejebarn, der har anden etnisk baggrund end norsk. Hæftets kapitler er 1. Indledning. 2. Hvordan kan forældre reagere, når barnet bliver anbragt uden for hjemmet 3. Dilemmaet mellem ligestilling og ane...... anerkendelse 4. Forskellige syn på familieliv og børneopdragelse 5. Sprog og familieplejeanbringelse 6. Tro og religion 7. Krav til plejefamilier, der vil tage imod et barn med anden etnisk baggrund end norsk 8. Huskeliste for plejefamilier før anbringelsen 9. Litteratur...

  16. Matrixregning med SAS

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    Andersen, Aage T.; Feilberg, Michael; Milhøj, Anders

    IML i SAS anvendes til matrixberegninger som en integreret del af SAS pakken. Den anvendes typisk til matrixberegninger i tilknytning til andre SAS applikationer, fx kan matricer let dannes ud fra datasæt i SAS. Desuden indeholder IML en række videregående matematiske og statistiske subroutiner......, der ikke findes andre steder i SAS.I bogen gennemgås matrixregning svarende til et indledende matematikkursus ved en højere læreanstalt. Den teoretiske gennemgang understøttes og demonstreres konsekvent med IML programmering, så fokus er på praktiske anvendelser af matricer....

  17. MedPAC Data Book

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — MedPACs Data Book is the result of discussions with congressional staff members regarding ways that MedPAC can better support them. Some of the information it...

  18. Uheld med el-cykler

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    Møller, Mette

    2014-01-01

    Anvendelse af el-cykler er stigende, men der er meget lidt viden om uheld med el-cykler. I det følgende præsenteres to undersøgelser af uheld med el-cykler. Den ene undersøgelse er baseret på politiregistrerede færdselsuheld i Danmark. Den anden undersøgelse er baseret på skadestuedata fra Schweiz....... Begge undersøgelser skal tages med det forbehold, at de dels omfatter et meget lille antal uheld, og dels omfatter et særligt udsnit af uheld med el-cykler....

  19. Det levede liv med sindslidelse

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    Sørensen, Nelli Øvre

    2012-01-01

    I forskningsprojektet fokuseres på det hverdagsliv mennesker med sindslidelse lever og den betydning lidelsen har på menneskers mulighed for at leve i relation med andre mennesker, hvor mange giver udtryk for en dyb eksistentiel ensomhedsfølelse, de har sparsomt nært socialt netværk og har ofte p...

  20. Unges friluftsliv set med integrationsbriller

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    Gentin, Sandra

    2010-01-01

    Det er almindelig kendt, at indvandrere ikke deltager i foreningsliv i samme omfang som etniske danskere. Det er der forsøgt rådet bod på ved at invitere unge med anden etnisk baggrund end dansk til at dyrke spejdersport i henholdsvis Varde og København NV. Tilgangen til at integrere de unge var ...... friluftsliv blandt unge etniske danskere og unge med anden etnisk baggrund....

  1. Gruppemusikterapi med patienter med borderline-personlighedsforstyrrelse i dagbehandlingsregi

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    Hannibal, Niels

    2008-01-01

    Denne artikel er første redegørelse for de erfaringer, som er gjort med gruppemusikterapi (GMT) for patienter med borderline-personlighedsforstyrrelse (BPF) i dagbehandlingsregi på Aalborg Psykiatriske Sygehus. Artiklen indeholder både konkrete anvisninger til aktiviteter og interventioner, ligesom...... den i et teoretisk perspektiv redegør for forskellige processer og reaktioner, der kan iagttages i behandlingen. Artiklen konkluderer, at GMT i sin nuværende form kan bidrage til udvikling af BPF-patienters evne til mentalisering og affektregulering, til opbygning af en gruppefølelse og fremme af...

  2. LactMed: Drugs and Lactation Database

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    ... Home > LactMed LactMed A TOXNET DATABASE Drugs and Lactation Database (LactMed) SEARCH LACTMED BROWSE LACTMED ADVANCED SEARCH ... Drug Levels and Effects Summary of Use during Lactation Drug Levels Effects in Breastfed Infants Possible Effects ...

  3. Minimal Erythema Dose (MED) testing.

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    Heckman, Carolyn J; Chandler, Rachel; Kloss, Jacqueline D; Benson, Amy; Rooney, Deborah; Munshi, Teja; Darlow, Susan D; Perlis, Clifford; Manne, Sharon L; Oslin, David W

    2013-05-28

    Ultraviolet radiation (UV) therapy is sometimes used as a treatment for various common skin conditions, including psoriasis, acne, and eczema. The dosage of UV light is prescribed according to an individual's skin sensitivity. Thus, to establish the proper dosage of UV light to administer to a patient, the patient is sometimes screened to determine a minimal erythema dose (MED), which is the amount of UV radiation that will produce minimal erythema (sunburn or redness caused by engorgement of capillaries) of an individual's skin within a few hours following exposure. This article describes how to conduct minimal erythema dose (MED) testing. There is currently no easy way to determine an appropriate UV dose for clinical or research purposes without conducting formal MED testing, requiring observation hours after testing, or informal trial and error testing with the risks of under- or over-dosing. However, some alternative methods are discussed.

  4. Arbejdet med at optimere arbejdet

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    Lystbæk, Christian Tang

    2014-01-01

    Optimering har en lang historie i arbejdslivet. Artiklen analyserer forskydninger i semantikkerne og teknikkerne omkring arbejdet med at optimere arbejdet i Human Resource Management. I HRM-litteraturen er det udbredt at skelne mellem to forskellige tilgange til arbejdet med at optimere arbejdet...... som et potentiale, der skal udvikles gennem løbende kompetenceudvikling i arbejdslivet. Ofte betegnes disse ofte for en ”hård” hhv. ”blød” tilgang (Storey 1992) eller en ”high performance” hhv. ”high commitment” tilgang til HRM (Legge 2005). Nærværende artikel videreudvikler denne analyse ved...

  5. Fotofilm om musikterapi med flygtninge

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    Lindvang, Charlotte

    2016-01-01

    mennesker fra andre kulturer. Musikken er et universelt sprog og musik kan derfor være et mødested. Musikterapi i forbindelse med voksne traumatiserede flygtninge giver god mening, fordi musikken giver mulighed for at regulere den stress som sidder i krop og sind. Flygtningebørn kan have svært ved at udtale...

  6. Med Holger Danske til bords

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    Jacobsen, Jan Krag

    1993-01-01

    Det er urimeligt at kræve af landbrug,levnedsmiddelindustri og detailhandel, at de skal hæve kvaliteten, hvis de bedre varer ikke kan sælges. Omvendt er det problematisk, hvis de er tilfredse med at producere nøjagtigt, hvad folk vil købe...

  7. Rundvisning med avatar Gunhild Soderstrom

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    Grund, Cynthia M.

    2009-01-01

    Første optagelse tager seeren med på en rundvisning in-world, hvor Gunhild Soderstrom præsenterer Percipitopia, der bl.a. byder på en rekonstruktion af den irske filosof George Berkeleys hjem "Whitehall" på Rhode Island og The White Room of Disorientation, der illustrerer Berkeleys "Theory of vis...

  8. Vilde danske planter med potentiale

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    Larsen, Bjarne; Bjørn, Mona Chor

    2012-01-01

    Mange af vore almindelige vilde planter er smukke og afspejler både naturlighed og enkelhed. Det gør planterne attraktive for den moderne forbruger, der ønsker flere oplevelser med naturen og dens processer i byens til tider artsfattige eller monotone miljøer....

  9. Et eller andet med sprog

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    Adamsen, Billy; Nielsen, Charlotte Marie Bisgaard; Dam Christensen, Mie

    2012-01-01

    Sprogpsykologi har eksisteret som kandidat-uddannelse på Københavns Universitet i 40 år og har i øjeblikket 162 studerende. Deres baggrund er som regel en bachelor i sprog, sociologi, lingvistik eller retorik. - Hvad studerer man på Sprogpsykologi? - Aner det ikke. Er det noget med sprog og menne...

  10. Behandling af misbrugere med tilbagefald

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    Sørensen, Johanne Korsdal

    kvantitativ del og en kvalitativ del. Den kvantitative del bygger på EuropASI-data, som er indsamlet dels ved klienternes indskrivning (af personalet på Knogen Ø), og dels i fobrindelse med denne evaluering i en opfølgende undersøgelse foretaget i perioden fra marts til september 2003....

  11. Gruppemusikterapi med patienter med borderline-personlighedsforstyrrelse i dagbehandlingsregi

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    Niels Hannibal

    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available Denne artikel er første redegørelse for de erfaringer, som er gjort med gruppemusikterapi (GMT for patienter med borderline-personlighedsforstyrrelse (BPF i dagbehandlingsregi på Aalborg Psykiatriske Sygehus. Artiklen indeholder både konkrete anvisninger til aktiviteter og interventioner, ligesom den i et teoretisk perspektiv redegør for forskellige processer og reaktioner, der kan iagttages i behandlingen. Artiklen konkluderer, at GMT i sin nuværende form kan bidrage til udvikling af BPF-patienters evne til mentalisering og affektregulering, til opbygning af en gruppefølelse og fremme af interpersonel læring, ligesom GMT kan udvikle alliance til terapi generelt og GMT specifikt.

  12. MANUAL FOR PROCESORIENTERET MUSIKTERAPI MED PERSONER MED BPD.

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    Niels Hannibal

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Denne artikel introducerer et musikterapeutisk behandlingskoncept kaldet: Procesorienteret Musikterapi (PROM. PROM er et forsøg på at formulere en principiel ramme for musikterapi i psykiatrien, som dels tager udgangspunkt i 17 års klinisk erfaring, dels stiler mod at være ”best practice”. PROM indeholder beskrivelser af manualens unikke, essentielle men ikke unikke, acceptable og ikke acceptable dele. Den unikke del af PROM skal kunne implementeres til alle målgrupper, mens de øvrige dele af manualen rettes til i forhold til en specifik målgruppe. Denne udgave af PROM er specifikt rettet i mod musikterapi for patienter med personlighedsforstyrrelser. Manualen indgår også som en del af et pilotprojekt, der har til formål at udvikle en protokol for et internationalt RCT projekt med samme målgruppe

  13. Med Kingo på dybt vand

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    Arndal, Lars Stubbe

    2014-01-01

    Tag med digteren Thomas Kingo ud på dybt vand i selskab med lektor og mag.art. Lars Arndal, der kaster nye perspektiver på Kingos forlisdigt Hierte-Suk. Arndal kommer hermed også med et bud på, hvordan man som lærer kan invitere eleverne med på opdagelse i digtet...

  14. Analysis list: Med [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available Med Cell line + dm3 http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/dm3/target/Med.1.tsv... http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/dm3/target/Med.5.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/dm3/target/Med....10.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/dm3/colo/Med.Cell_line.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/dm3/colo/Cell_line.gml ...

  15. Fang CO2 med Aminosyrer

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    Lerche, Benedicte Mai

    2010-01-01

    Med såkaldte “carbon capture-teknikker” er det muligt at rense røgen fra kulfyrede kraftværker, således at den er næsten helt fri for drivhusgassen CO2. Kunsten er at gøre processen tilstrækkeligt billig. Et lovende fangstredskab i denne proces er aminosyrer.......Med såkaldte “carbon capture-teknikker” er det muligt at rense røgen fra kulfyrede kraftværker, således at den er næsten helt fri for drivhusgassen CO2. Kunsten er at gøre processen tilstrækkeligt billig. Et lovende fangstredskab i denne proces er aminosyrer....

  16. Interview med børn

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    Interview med børn handler om børneinterview i forbindelse med forskning. Bogen er tænkt som inspiration til og afsæt for metodiske refleksioner i forbindelse med inddragelse af børn som informanter.......Interview med børn handler om børneinterview i forbindelse med forskning. Bogen er tænkt som inspiration til og afsæt for metodiske refleksioner i forbindelse med inddragelse af børn som informanter....

  17. Human melioidosis reported by ProMED

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    Katherinn Melissa Nasner-Posso

    2015-06-01

    Conclusions: Internet-based reporting systems such as ProMED are useful to gather information and synthesize knowledge on emerging infections. Although certain areas need to be improved, ProMED provided good information about melioidosis.

  18. Towards PubMed 2.0.

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    Fiorini, Nicolas; Lipman, David J; Lu, Zhiyong

    2017-10-30

    Staff from the National Center for Biotechnology Information in the US describe recent improvements to the PubMed search engine and outline plans for the future, including a new experimental site called PubMed Labs.

  19. Vejledning om udvendig tagisolering med EPS isoleringsmateriale

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    Hansen, Ernst Jan de Place

    2003-01-01

    Resume af vejledning om udvendig tagisolering med EPS isoleringsmateriale, udarbejdet af Plastindustrien, EPS sektionen, i samarbejde med Dansk Brand- og Sikringsteknisk Institut under Energistyrelsens udviklingsprogram "Miljø- og arbejdsmiljøvenlig isolering"......Resume af vejledning om udvendig tagisolering med EPS isoleringsmateriale, udarbejdet af Plastindustrien, EPS sektionen, i samarbejde med Dansk Brand- og Sikringsteknisk Institut under Energistyrelsens udviklingsprogram "Miljø- og arbejdsmiljøvenlig isolering"...

  20. Mini-Med School Planning Guide

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    National Institutes of Health, Office of Science Education, 2008

    2008-01-01

    Mini-Med Schools are public education programs now offered by more than 70 medical schools, universities, research institutions, and hospitals across the nation. There are even Mini-Med Schools in Ireland, Malta, and Canada! The program is typically a lecture series that meets once a week and provides "mini-med students" information on some of the…

  1. Erfaringer med lyd ved e-undervisning

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    Møller, Eval Rud

    2009-01-01

    opnås. I forbindelse med synkron vejledning med lyd er det således især vigtigt at internetforbindelsen har en tilstrækkelig høj upload og download hastighed. I forbindelse med elektronisk undervisningsmateriale kan adskillige faktorer forårsage forringet lydkvalitet og det er derfor vigtigt at lyden...

  2. Psykoterapi med ældre

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    Haaning, Mads Greve

    2014-01-01

    Den uskyldige overskrift for artiklen kan forlede én til at tro, at ældre er en homogen gruppe af mennesker over en bestemt alder. Og det synes da også enkelt at afgrænse gruppen ud fra et alderskriterium. Men ved nærmere eftersyn, og ikke mindst erfaring, ses det, at det ikke er så enkelt endda....... Kronologisk alder er en dårlig indikator for, hvor gammel man er. Vælger man skæringspunktet 65 år og opefter, dækker alderdommen 1/3 af livsforløbet, som i et historisk perspektiv aldrig før har været længere. Dette brede span af år inkluderer ganske forskelligartede mennesker med forskellige betingelser...

  3. Stormfuld vandretur med nymodens teknik

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    Nielsen, Niels Christian

    2008-01-01

    Lørdag den 1. marts 2008 havde en af vores samarbejdspartnere, Miljøforeningen på Fanø havde inviteret til vandretur ad Hjertestien ved Nordby. Vi benyttede lejligheden til at afprøve GPS-udstyr, der var anskaffet til ToLearn projektet, mhp. introduktion af nye steds-baserede teknologier og medier...... i turisme og kulturformidling. Forsøget lykkedes, da de indhentede geografiske data var af tilstrækkelig præcision, og da det med brug af frit tilgængeligt software lod sig gøre at lave grafisk tilfredsstillende illustrationer til brug i den lokale presse. Udgivelsesdato: 13/3 2008...

  4. Hvordan er det å leve med CRPS?

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    Hovind, Thomas

    2014-01-01

    Hensikten med denne studien er å se på hvordan pasienter med komplekst regionalt smertesyndrom (CRPS) opplever å leve med tilstanden og hvordan disse pasientene har opplevd å bli møtt i helsevesenet. CRPS er en langvarig tilstand med sterke smerter som kan medføre økt smerterespons, redusert funksjon og nedsatt livskvalitet hos pasientene. Studien er en kvalitativ undersøkelse basert på dybdeintervju av fire pasienter med CRPS. Pasientene ble rekruttert fra en smerteavdeling i Nord-Norge og u...

  5. Ambiguous walls

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    Mody, Astrid

    2012-01-01

    of “ambiguous walls” as a more “critical” approach to design [1]. The concept of ambiguous walls refers to the diffuse status a lumious and possibly responsive wall will have. Instead of confining it can open up. Instead of having a static appearance, it becomes a context over time. Instead of being hard...... and flat, “ambiguous walls” combine softness, tectonics and three-dimensionality. The paper considers a selection of luminious surfaces and reflects on the extent of their ambiguous qualities. Initial ideas for new directions for the wall will be essayed through the discussion....

  6. Musikterapi med unge og voksne med fysiske og psykiske funktionsnedsættelser

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    Holck, Ulla

    2014-01-01

    Indledning: I Danmark er der en lang tradition for musikterapeutisk arbejde med unge og voksne med fysiske og psykiske funktionsnedsættelser. Op gennem 1950’erne, 60’erne og 70’erne kombinerede pionerer med forskellige uddannelsesmæssig baggrund deres faglige viden med musikterapeutiske aktiviteter...

  7. Tur-samspil i musikterapi med børn med svære kommunikationsvanskeligheder

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    Holck, Ulla

    2006-01-01

    præcisering af de træk ved barnets deltagelse i tur-samspillet, som kan indgå i musikterapeutisk assessment af samspil med kommunikationssvage børn. Klinisk tager artiklen udgangspunkt i musikterapeutisk samspil med børn med betydelige funktionsnedsættelser, herunder børn med autisme. Artiklens indhold...

  8. Politiske diskussioner med familie og venner

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    Levinsen, Klaus; Yndigegn, Carsten

    2016-01-01

    Unge mennesker diskuterer gerne politik med familie og venner, men de er tilbøjelige til at undgå at diskutere politik med personer, der har andre holdninger end dem selv – både når det drejer sig om deres familiemedlemmer, venner og kærester.......Unge mennesker diskuterer gerne politik med familie og venner, men de er tilbøjelige til at undgå at diskutere politik med personer, der har andre holdninger end dem selv – både når det drejer sig om deres familiemedlemmer, venner og kærester....

  9. NeighbourWoods - Med skoven som nabo

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    Konijnendijk, Cecil Cornelis; Schipperijn, Jasper Jan; Petersen, Karen Sejr

    NeighbourWoods er skove lige i nærheden, der er en integreret del af lokalsamfundet. Hæftet formidlter europæiske erfaringer med etablering af naboskove. Målet med hæftet er at bidrage til etableringen af flere naboskove.......NeighbourWoods er skove lige i nærheden, der er en integreret del af lokalsamfundet. Hæftet formidlter europæiske erfaringer med etablering af naboskove. Målet med hæftet er at bidrage til etableringen af flere naboskove....

  10. Abdominal wall hernia and pregnancy

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    Jensen, K K; Henriksen, N A; Jorgensen, L N

    2015-01-01

    PURPOSE: There is no consensus as to the treatment strategy for abdominal wall hernias in fertile women. This study was undertaken to review the current literature on treatment of abdominal wall hernias in fertile women before or during pregnancy. METHODS: A literature search was undertaken in Pub......Med and Embase in combination with a cross-reference search of eligible papers. RESULTS: We included 31 papers of which 23 were case reports. In fertile women undergoing sutured or mesh repair, pain was described in a few patients during the last trimester of a subsequent pregnancy. Emergency surgery...... of incarcerated hernias in pregnant women, as well as combined hernia repair and cesarean section appears as safe procedures. No major complications were reported following hernia repair before or during pregnancy. The combined procedure of elective cesarean section and abdominal wall hernia repair was reported...

  11. Wall Art

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    McGinley, Connie Q.

    2004-01-01

    The author of this article, an art teacher at Monarch High School in Louisville, Colorado, describes how her experience teaching in a new school presented an exciting visual challenge for an art teacher--monotonous brick walls just waiting for decoration. This school experienced only minimal instances of graffiti, but as an art teacher, she did…

  12. Revisionsforskning i samspil med undervisning og praksis

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    Holm, Claus

    1999-01-01

    Artiklen beskæftiger sig med betydningen af et snævert samspil mellem teori og praksis inden for revisionsforskning. Ofte optræder der en vis mangel på forståelse mellem akademikere og revisorbranchens praktikere, ligesom der kan være problemer med at finde et fælles sprog. Forskning, undervisnin...

  13. Erfaringer med akkreditering af socialt arbejde

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    Trine Kokholm

    2016-03-01

    med akkreditering blandt døgninstitutioner og specialskoler landet over gennem vores erfaringer med Akkreditering Danmarks kvalitetsmodel – en model som i dag anvendes af ca. 200 sociale tilbud landet over, kommunale såvel som private.

  14. Set med egne øjne

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    Paaske, Karen Annette

    2013-01-01

    Et empirisk pilotprojekt om sygeplejen i primær sundhedstjeneste i et patientologisk perspektiv med fokus på medinddragelse. Det er et kvalitativt metodisk projekt, hvor dataindsamlingsmetoden er videooptagelser med videobrillekameraer. videoerne optaget i en hverdagspraksis og kan anskues som en...

  15. Specifik mutation med nålestiksoperation

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    Holme, Inger; Wendt, Toni; Brinch-Pedersen, Henrik

    2014-01-01

    Mutanter af byg er vigtige i forskningen og benyttes også, når der forædles nye sorter til dyrkning. Hidtil har det kun været muligt at inducere mutationer tilfældige steder i genomet. Med helt ny teknologi benyttes proteiner med betegnelsen TALENs til at inducere mutationer i helt specifikke...

  16. Omkostningseffektivitet ved hypertensionsbehandling med Losartan i Danmark

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    Keiding, Hans; Hildebrandt, Per; Burke, Thomas

    2006-01-01

    Formålet med denne analyse var set såvel fra samfundets som fra det danske sundhedsvæsens perspektiv at evaluere omkostningseffektiviteten af losartan sammenlignet med atenolol ved behandling af hypertension, baseret på Losartan Intervention For Endpoint (LIFE)-undersøgelsens data Udgivelsesdato...

  17. Fysioterapi til patienter med funktionelle lidelser

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    Kraft, Marie; Albrechtsen, Lis; Schønheyder, Inger

    2011-01-01

    Resumé Patienter med funktionelle lidelser går længe uden at få denn rigtige diagnose og behandling, og patienterne holdes hen med nyttesløse behandlinger eller en psykiatrisk diagnose. Rigshospitalets neuromedicinske afdeling tilbyder et tværfagligt behandlingsforløb. I fysioterapien tages patie...

  18. CanMEDS 2015: nog betere dokters?

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    Borleffs, J C C; Mourits, M J E; Scheele, F

    2016-01-01

    Recently, the CanMEDS model, which forms the basis for competency-based learning in both undergraduate and postgraduate training, has been renewed by the introduction of CanMEDS 2015. The most prominent change is the emphasis on leadership skills, which is also reflected by the name change for the

  19. CanMEDS 2015 : nog betere dokters?

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    Borleffs, J C C; Mourits, M J E; Scheele, F

    2016-01-01

    Recently, the CanMEDS model, which forms the basis for competency-based learning in both undergraduate and postgraduate training, has been renewed by the introduction of CanMEDS 2015. The most prominent change is the emphasis on leadership skills, which is also reflected by the name change for the

  20. Automation med pneumatiske servodrev - status og fremtid

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    Sørensen, Paul Haase

    1996-01-01

    Der er råd for problemer med ulineariteter. Med de nyeste metoder kan der lineære driftsområde udvides. Men pneumatikkomponenter skal være af høj kvalitet, når positionering skal være nøjagtig....

  1. Relevansen af nyere psykodynamisk teori for det klinisk musikterapeutiske arbejde med psykiatriske patienter med personlighedsforstyrrelser

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    Hannibal, Niels

    2007-01-01

    Denne artikel beskriver et rationale for anvendelse af musik i en psykoterapeutisk kontekst. Det eksplicitte og implicitte forandringsniveau i psykoterapi med patienter med borderline-personlighedsforstyrrelse (BPF) diskuteres herpå med henvisning til to forskellige syn på terapeutisk forandring...

  2. Wall Layers

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    1992-01-14

    Sydney, Australia. December 6, 1990. Lumley, J. L. A dynamical-systems-theory approach to the wall region. Environmental Engineering Laboratory, CSIRO...Nonlinear Science. Holmes, P. Editor in Chief, Nonlinear Scinece Today. Holmes, P. Reviewer for Physica D, J. Sound Vib., J. Phys., Q. Appl. Math, Phys...Spring, 1994; Organizing committee member. Holmes, P. Editorial Board Member: Archive for Rational Mechanics and Analysis; Journal of Nonlinear Scinece

  3. CLIMBING WALL

    CERN Multimedia

    1999-01-01

    The FIRE AND RESCUE Group of TIS Commission informs that the climbing wall in the yard of the Fire-fighters Station, is intended for the sole use of the members of that service, and recalls that access to this installation is forbidden for safety reasons to all persons not belonging to the Service.CERN accepts no liability for damage or injury suffered as a result of failure to comply with this interdiction.TIS/DI

  4. To års erfaringer med quinoa

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    Blume, Steffen

    2010-01-01

    De økologiske kornpriser i 2008 og 2009 gjorde det relevant at kigge på andre afgrøder, der har potentiale for at hæve bundlinjen. Sidste år påbegyndte vi derfor i samarbejde med Københavns Universitet et demonstrationsprojekt med afgrøden quinoa. Både i 2009 og 2010 blev afgrøden afprøvet på tre forskellige lokaliteter – lokaliteten på Bornholm blev dog skiftet ud med en lokalitet ved Ballerup.

  5. Opfattelser af integration blandt unge med migrantbaggrund

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    Skytte, Marianne; Bryderup, Inge

    2014-01-01

    I artiklen formidles analyser af otte interview med unge med migrantbaggrund. Der er fokus på de unges oplevelser og opfattelser af integration. Der er tale om komplekse processer og vekselvirkninger i forholdet mellem de samfundsmæssige kategoriseringer og individernes selvopfattelser. De unge...... oplever alle at være integrerede i nogle sociale fællesskaber, men hovedparten af dem har den opfattelse, at vejen til integration i det danske samfund går gennem skole, uddannelse og arbejde – og at denne vej er belagt med mange vanskeligheder...

  6. New Cholesterol Fighting Meds Target Key Gene

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    ... https://medlineplus.gov/news/fullstory_165942.html New Cholesterol Fighting Meds Target Key Gene Two trials show ... New gene-based therapies appear to significantly decrease cholesterol levels in people, and could even cut down ...

  7. Personer med fysiske handicap og psykiske lidelser

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    Larsen, Malene Rode; Larsen, Mona

    2018-01-01

    Det er velkendt, at personer med fysiske handicap i større omfang er i beskæftigelse end personer med psykiske lidelser. Formålet med dette notat er at forøge den eksisterende viden om, hvorfor der er forskel på de to gruppers beskæftigelsesomfang. Vi undersøger, om forskelle mellem de to grupper......, hvad angår en række målbare personkarakteristika og deres sammenhæng med gruppernes beskæftigelsessandsynlighed, spiller en rolle i denne forbindelse. De undersøgte personkarakteristika er: a) personforhold som fx alder, etnisk oprindelse, uddannelse og sværhedsgrad af handicap, b) personlighedstræk...

  8. Sociale tilbud til mennesker med sindslidelser

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    Bengtsson, Steen; Jørgensen, Helene; Grønfeldt, Sigrid Trier

    Formålet med denne undersøgelse er at danne et overblik over den sociale indsats over for mennesker med sindslidelser i Danmark. Undersøgelsen er den første, der trækker på persondata om personer, der benytter de særlige sociale tilbud til mennesker med sindslidelse efter Servicelovens §§ 83, 85......, 100, 103, 104, 107 og 108 eller Almenboligloven § 105. Den er baseret på oplysninger fra KMD samt fra en række kommuner. Undersøgelsen tegner et billede af gruppen af personer med sindslidelse, som anvender psykosociale tilbud. Der er tale om en gruppe, der på mange punkter har karakteristika som er...

  9. Allergy Meds Could Affect Your Driving

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    ... Radiation-Emitting Products Vaccines, Blood & Biologics Animal & Veterinary Cosmetics Tobacco Products For Consumers Home For Consumers Consumer Updates Allergy Meds Could Affect Your Driving Share Tweet Linkedin Pin it More ...

  10. Ljudkudde med stereoåtergivning

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    Axing, Erik

    2010-01-01

    Detta examensarbete är genomfört i samarbete med Thorbjörn Birging. Birging arbetar med RFID[1] och är även VD för CombiQ på Science Park i Jönköping. Under lång tid har han velat skapa en produkt som hjälper människor med sömnproblem, depression, ångest och stress. Författarens roll som ingenjörsstudent blev att utveckla hans ide till en färdig produkt. Birging upptäckte efter att ha läst en artikel om sömnproblem att det finns studier som visar att det är enklare att somna med ett svagt lju...

  11. Parmaskinker - nitritfrie charcuterivarer med optimal farvedannelse

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    Adamsen, Christina Elslund; Møller, Jens Kristian Stenbæk; Skibsted, Leif Horsfelt

    2005-01-01

    De legendariske Parmaskinker "Prosciutto di Parma" er kendt for deres gode smag og unikke farve. De er resultat af en speciel tørsaltningsproces med havsalt fra Middelhavet. Men hvordan fremkommer den specielle farve, og hvilken kemisk struktur ligger bag?......De legendariske Parmaskinker "Prosciutto di Parma" er kendt for deres gode smag og unikke farve. De er resultat af en speciel tørsaltningsproces med havsalt fra Middelhavet. Men hvordan fremkommer den specielle farve, og hvilken kemisk struktur ligger bag?...

  12. Ud med Freud, Marx og Lacan

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    Clasen, Mathias

    2009-01-01

    Det er på høje tid, at humanister løsriver sig fra deres forældede teorier. Freud, Marx og Lacan skal erstattes med evolutionspsykologi, biologi og kognitionsvidenskab.......Det er på høje tid, at humanister løsriver sig fra deres forældede teorier. Freud, Marx og Lacan skal erstattes med evolutionspsykologi, biologi og kognitionsvidenskab....

  13. Rehabilitering af patienter med Cerebral Parese

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    Smærup, Michael; Grode, Jesper Nicolai Riis; Væggemose, Poul Erik

    2015-01-01

    I Danmark findes der ca. 10.000 mennesker med diagnosen CP. Borgere med CP har ofte nedsat muskelstyrke, hvor årsagerne skyldes ændret neurologisk aktivering af musklerne, hvilket påvirker deres evne til at udføre ADL funktioner ved egen hjælp. Det er sjældent forekommende, at der trænes finmotor...

  14. Ukraine i fokus sammen med Georgien

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    Fledelius, Karsten

    2017-01-01

    Der er god grund til at sammenligne Ukraine og Georgien, nu fokuslande for Danmark, og der er god grund til at støtte disse to eks-sovjetiske stater med i høj grad parallelle problemer.......Der er god grund til at sammenligne Ukraine og Georgien, nu fokuslande for Danmark, og der er god grund til at støtte disse to eks-sovjetiske stater med i høj grad parallelle problemer....

  15. Hvad skal vi med Trump-satire?

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    Møller, Mette

    2017-01-01

    Trump-satire er et stort hit, og særligt en lang række satiriske videohilsner til Trump fra lande verden over får folk til at trække på smilebåndet. Men hvorfor er det så sjovt at gøre grin med Trump, og hvad kan vi bruge den politiske humor til? Link: http://videnskab.dk/kultur-samfund/hvad-skal-vi-med-trump-satire...

  16. Elefanter med krøllede snabler?

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    Daugaard, Line Møller; Kristensen, Kitte Søndergaard

    2012-01-01

    Thushanti på tre år producerer ubestemmelige røde tegn i børnehaven. Måske er det kruseduller? Måske leger hun med den røde farve? Eller kunne det være tamilske skrifttegn? Artiklen sætter fokus på skriftsprogspraksisser og sprogideologiske processer i børnehaven. Med afsæt i analyse af empirisk ...

  17. Sociale indsatser til mennesker med ADHD

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    Bengtsson, Steen; Alim, Winnie; Holmskov, Henriette

    Igennem de seneste år har flere og flere fået stillet diagnosen ADHD, som er en adfærdsmæssig forstyrrelse. Mennesker med ADHD har meget forskelligt støttebehov, og rapportens formål er at skabe overblik over de eksisterende sociale indsatser og tilbud til børn, unge og voksne med ADHD. Langt de...... ansvar for sociale end for terapeutiske tilbud i forhold til gruppen med ADHD. Mange voksne med ADHD beskriver, at det kræver mange ressourcer at få den fornødne støtte fra kommunen, mens forældre til børn med ADHD oplever det som nemmere at få adgang til de rette støttetilbud. Men begge grupper møder...... mange udfordringer som fx manglende koordinering og hyppige sagsbehandlerskift. Rapporten er udarbejdet i tilknytning til Servicestyrelsens projekt ’Ny og forstærket indsats til børn, unge og voksne med ADHD’ og er finansieret af Socialministeriet....

  18. Social indsats til borgere med erfaring fra salg af sex

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    Mehlsen, Line; Amilon, Anna; Henriksen, Theresa Dyrvig

    2017-01-01

    Formålet med denne guide er at give endnu flere kommuner inspiration og vejledning til, hvordan man kan implementere og arbejde med CTI-forløb over for borgere med prostitutionserfaring. Manglende viden om borgere med prostitutionserfaringer gør det svært for kommunerne at hjælpe borgerne med de ...

  19. The MED-SUV Multidisciplinary Interoperability Infrastructure

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    Mazzetti, Paolo; D'Auria, Luca; Reitano, Danilo; Papeschi, Fabrizio; Roncella, Roberto; Puglisi, Giuseppe; Nativi, Stefano

    2016-04-01

    In accordance with the international Supersite initiative concept, the MED-SUV (MEDiterranean SUpersite Volcanoes) European project (http://med-suv.eu/) aims to enable long-term monitoring experiment in two relevant geologically active regions of Europe prone to natural hazards: Mt. Vesuvio/Campi Flegrei and Mt. Etna. This objective requires the integration of existing components, such as monitoring systems and data bases and novel sensors for the measurements of volcanic parameters. Moreover, MED-SUV is also a direct contribution to the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) as one the volcano Supersites recognized by the Group on Earth Observation (GEO). To achieve its goal, MED-SUV set up an advanced e-infrastructure allowing the discovery of and access to heterogeneous data for multidisciplinary applications, and the integration with external systems like GEOSS. The MED-SUV overall infrastructure is conceived as a three layer architecture with the lower layer (Data level) including the identified relevant data sources, the mid-tier (Supersite level) including components for mediation and harmonization , and the upper tier (Global level) composed of the systems that MED-SUV must serve, such as GEOSS and possibly other global/community systems. The Data level is mostly composed of existing data sources, such as space agencies satellite data archives, the UNAVCO system, the INGV-Rome data service. They share data according to different specifications for metadata, data and service interfaces, and cannot be changed. Thus, the only relevant MED-SUV activity at this level was the creation of a MED-SUV local repository based on Web Accessible Folder (WAF) technology, deployed in the INGV site in Catania, and hosting in-situ data and products collected and generated during the project. The Supersite level is at the core of the MED-SUV architecture, since it must mediate between the disparate data sources in the layer below, and provide a harmonized view to

  20. PubMedAlertMe - Standalone Windows-based PubMed SDI Software Application

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    Ma’ayan, Avi

    2008-01-01

    PubMedAlertMe is a Windows-based software system for automatically receiving e-mail alert messages about recent publications listed on PubMed. The e-mail messages contain links to newly available abstracts listed on PubMed describing publications that were selectively returned from a specified list of queries. Links are also provided to directly export citations to EndNote, and links are provided to directly forward articles to colleagues. The program is standalone. Thus, it does not require a remote mail server or user registration. PubMedAlertMe is free software, and can be downloaded from: http://amp.pharm.mssm.edu/PubMedAlertMe/PubMedAlertMe_setup.zip PMID:18402930

  1. Hverdagslivet som uformel omsorgsudøver med en partner med Parkinsons sygdom, – en interviewundersøgelse af kvinders erfaringer med omsorg og livskvalitet

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    Hounsgaard, Lise; Pedersen, B.; Wagner, L.

    2012-01-01

    Formål: At undersøge de levede erfaringer for kvindelige partnere til hjemmeboende patienter med Parkinsons sygdom. Baggrund: Det er kendt, at hverdagslivet med en partner med Parkinsons sygdom indebærer radikale omvæltninger i familien, især for den kvindelige partner. Metode: En fænomenologisk......-hermeneutisk metode blev anvendt. I 2008 gennemførtes interview med kvindelige partnere (N = 10) til hjemmeboende patienter med Parkinsons sygdom. Den franske filosof Ricoeurs teori om fortolkning blev anvendt i analysen af data. Konklusion: Undersøgelsen viste, at livet sammen med en partner med Parkinsons sygdom...

  2. PubMed Medical Publications From Libya

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    Bakoush O

    2007-01-01

    Full Text Available Medical research and publications are the back-bone for advancing the medical field. We identified the PubMed medical publications that are affiliated with Libya to shed some light on the contribution of this country’s medical community to the PubMed database. All publications affiliated with Libya in the PubMed were counted over a five year period ending December 2006. We also used the same method to obtain data on the PubMed medical publications from Tunisia, Morocco and Yemen. Tunisia had the largest number of PubMed publications among the studied countries: 20.4 publications per million population per year and 7.2 publications per year per one billion US$ GDP. Libya had much fewer publications: 2.4 publications per million population per year and 0.4 publications per one billion US$ GDP. The citation frequency for Libyan published research was very low compared to Tunisian and Moroccan related research. Conclusion: This preliminary analysis shows that medical research output in Libya is about twenty times less than in other countries with similar backgrounds, and that it needs to be enhanced.

  3. A marvel of precision: MedAustron

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    Anaïs Schaeffer

    2013-01-01

    MedAustron, which is currently being built in Austria, will be one of the most advanced centres for ion beam therapy and research in Europe. It is based on the same design as the Italian National Centre for Oncological Hadrontherapy (CNAO), which in turn is based on the CERN-led Proton Ion Medical Machine Study (PIMMS). MedAustron should welcome its first patient at the end of 2015.   Layout of the MedAustron accelerator complex.  With three ion-sources, a linac, a synchrotron and four irradiation rooms (see picture), MedAustron is a huge accelerator complex. Among other equipment, it comprises 300 magnets of 30 different types, all designed at CERN but produced at different sites: “We are working with five main suppliers from Europe and Russia,” explains Thomas Zickler, leader of the MedAustron magnet group. “All the magnets come to CERN to undergo a series of strict acceptance tests.” From the interfaces, to the electrical insulation, the co...

  4. Global klimaovervågning med GNSS

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    Madsen, Finn Bo; Khan, Shfaqat Abbas; Nielsen, Jens Emil

    2010-01-01

    Hvornår bliver de folkerige floddeltaer i Asien ubeboelige, hvornår forsvinder Maldiverne eller som merhuset på Danmarks Vestkyst. Verdenshavene stiger i takt med at ismasserne ved polerne smelter og ledes ud i oceanerne. Et centralt spørgsmål for hele verdenssamfundet er: hvor hurtigt sker det o...... hvornår skal der skrides ind? Massebalancen af Grønlands indlandsis er en særdeles god indikator for globale klimaforandringer. Vi viser at man ved hjælp af GNSS1 kan følge klimaforandringerne, og bidrage med kvantitative svar....

  5. Forandringslæring med autismediagnoser?

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    Gustafson, Kari Ingrid; Mørck, Line Lerche

    2013-01-01

    Rasmus’ ændringer i læring, selvforståelse og tilhørsforhold perspektiveres med andre ASF-diagnostiseredes læring udforsket bl.a. gennem gruppeinterviews i regi af Asperger-foreningen. Artiklen byder således på et alternativ i form af at forstå forandringslæring som overskridende læring, med langt større...... hvor fx Asperger-foreningen, lærere og skolebørns- og unges-fællesskaber, samt forældrene er vigtige aktører i overskridelsen af marginalisering....

  6. Vi overser hjertepatienter med ondt i livet

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    Ørsted-Rasmussen, Morten; Pedersen, Susanne S.; Zwisler, Ann Dorthe Olsen

    2017-01-01

    Sundhedsvæsenet har ved en målrettet indsats sikret markant øget overlevelse efter blodprop i hjertet. Men vi risikerer at skylle det hele ud med badevandet, hvis der ikke bliver taget hånd om de psykiske følger i den kroniske fase af sygdommen......Sundhedsvæsenet har ved en målrettet indsats sikret markant øget overlevelse efter blodprop i hjertet. Men vi risikerer at skylle det hele ud med badevandet, hvis der ikke bliver taget hånd om de psykiske følger i den kroniske fase af sygdommen...

  7. Skolens møde med elever med særlige forudsætninger

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    Baltzer, Kirsten; Kyed, Ole; Nissen, Poul

     Projektets formål var at udvikle skolernes muligheder for at rumme børn med særlige forudsætninger....... Projektets formål var at udvikle skolernes muligheder for at rumme børn med særlige forudsætninger....

  8. PubMedReco: A Real-Time Recommender System for PubMed Citations.

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    Samuel, Hamman W; Zaïane, Osmar R

    2017-01-01

    We present a recommender system, PubMedReco, for real-time suggestions of medical articles from PubMed, a database of over 23 million medical citations. PubMedReco can recommend medical article citations while users are conversing in a synchronous communication environment such as a chat room. Normally, users would have to leave their chat interface to open a new web browser window, and formulate an appropriate search query to retrieve relevant results. PubMedReco automatically generates the search query and shows relevant citations within the same integrated user interface. PubMedReco analyzes relevant keywords associated with the conversation and uses them to search for relevant citations using the PubMed E-utilities programming interface. Our contributions include improvements to the user experience for searching PubMed from within health forums and chat rooms, and a machine learning model for identifying relevant keywords. We demonstrate the feasibility of PubMedReco using BMJ's Doc2Doc forum discussions.

  9. Akupunktur til patienten med kvalme og opkastning i forbindelse med kemoterapi - er der evidens for dette?

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    Pedersen, Birgith; Sørensen, Lene Bundgaard; Stricker, Lisbeth

    2008-01-01

      Patienter, der får kemoterapi med højemetogene stoffer lider stadig af kvalme og opkastning trods understøttende behandling med moderne antieemtika som 5HT3-antagonister eksempelvis ondansetron. Akupunkturstimulation anvendes for flere lidelser i sundhedsvæsenet og det undersøges om der er evid...

  10. PubMed, Internet Grateful Med, and Ovid: a comparison of three MEDLINE Internet interfaces.

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    De Groote, S L

    2000-01-01

    Three MEDLINE Internet interfaces are compared: PubMed, Internet Grateful Med, and Ovid MEDLINE. Although these interfaces all search MEDLINE, significant differences exist in terms of their search interfaces, presentation of results, and special features. This paper examines these variations and explores some of the advantages and disadvantages of the three interfaces.

  11. Falling walls

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    It was 20 years ago this week that the Berlin wall was opened for the first time since its construction began in 1961. Although the signs of a thaw had been in the air for some time, few predicted the speed of the change that would ensue. As members of the scientific community, we can take a moment to reflect on the role our field played in bringing East and West together. CERN’s collaboration with the East, primarily through links with the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, JINR, in Dubna, Russia, is well documented. Less well known, however, is the role CERN played in bringing the scientists of East and West Germany together. As the Iron curtain was going up, particle physicists on both sides were already creating the conditions that would allow it to be torn down. Cold war historian Thomas Stange tells the story in his 2002 CERN Courier article. It was my privilege to be in Berlin on Monday, the anniversary of the wall’s opening, to take part in a conference entitled &lsquo...

  12. Højisoleret kontorbyggeri med glasfacader

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    Aggerholm, Søren; Schultz, Jørgen M.; Bergsøe, Niels Christian

    Rapporten beskriver hovedresultaterne fra målinger og analyse af energiforbruget og indeklimaet i Rockwool International's nye forskningscenter i Hedehusene. Ved planlægningen af byggeriet var målet at opføre et lavenergi-kontorhus med et energiforbrug til opvarmning på 1/3 af energirammen i...

  13. Rasmussen kom i klemme med firmaets kreditkort

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    Langsted, Lars Bo

    2004-01-01

    Højesteret har netop stemplet et aftalevilkår i kortindehaverreglerne for Eurocard som værende i strid med redelig handlemåde. Samtidig har afgørelsen ført til en klart forbedret retsstilling for ansatte, der anvender firmakort....

  14. Kørsel med spiritus og stoffer

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    Bernhoft, Inger Marie; Hels, Tove; Janstrup, Kira

    2012-01-01

    Alkohol er væsentlig hyppigere til stede hos alvorligt tilskadekomne bilister end misbrugs- og lægemiddelstoffer, hvorimod forekomsten hos bilister i trafikken er ligeligt delt mellem alkohol og andre stoffer. Højeste risiko for alvorlige personskadeuheld findes hos bilister, der kører med ulovli...

  15. Hvad stiller vi op med samfundsneurosen?

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    Jensen, Niels Rosendal

    2008-01-01

    Pædagogisk og socialt arbejde er som aldrig før udsat for evaluering, accountability, akkreditering m.v.  Det fjerner opmærksomheden fra kerneopgaven, at de professionelles ydelser forbedres. Forhistorien opridses kort, og klummen afrundes med at pege på tre mulige veje ud af samfundsneurosen: et...

  16. Historien med stort H endte i '89

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    Østergaard, Uffe

    2015-01-01

    Revolution. Uffe Østergaard, Jean Monnet professor i europæisk historie på Copenhagen Business School, tager os med op, og betragter debatten om årsagerne til, og betydningen af, Murens fald i fugleperspektiv. Hvorfor var der ingen, der havde forudset begivenhederne?...

  17. Manifest for en psykiatri med brugerrespekt

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    Samskabelsesprojekt med psykiatribrugere og pårørende. Psykiatri Manifestet består af forskellige statements om psykiatrien som den opleves set fra brugerperspektiv, og visioner om hvor brugerne ønsker, den skal udvikle sig hen. Brugerne har reageret på Marianne Træbing Sechers invitation via hen...

  18. Elever med adfærdsvanskeligheder

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    Nissen, Poul

    2001-01-01

    Artikel i særnummer om folkeskolens urolige elever, hvor der redegøres for den viden der aktuelt er i Danmark på området samt vanskelighederne med at skelne mellem de elever i skolen, der reagerer "sundt" på omgivelsernes pres og de elever som har alvorligere problemer. De kan se ens ud på...

  19. Bestemmelse af sporstofmetaller med ny dynamisk fraktioneringsmetode

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    Hansen, Elo Harald; Miró, Manuel; Chomchoei, Roongrat

    2005-01-01

    Elueringsprocesser i naturen foregår under ikke-ligevægtsforhold. Med et specialbygget SIA-system eftergøres naturens fraktioneringer. Det giver en meget detaljeret information om elueringsprocesserne og dermed bedre basis for at vurdere de miljømæssige konsekvenser af sporstofmetaller i jord ell...

  20. SUID-AFRIKAANSE MED IESET YDSKRIF

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    For a time he was also Acting Editor of the Transactions of the. College. However, it was not only in the internal affairs of the. Association th:-t Dr Tonkin played a prominent part, but also in interna<:onal medical affairs. When the Common- wealth Medical Conference (which became the Common- wealth Med!,-"l Association ...

  1. Phrase truncation in PubMed searches

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    Roberta Shanman

    2017-01-01

    ...·[tiab] OR prostatic tumor·[tiab] OR prostatic tumour·[tiab] OR prostatic malignan·[tiab] OR prostatic adeno·[tiab] Thank you for clarifying how phrase searching truncation is performed in PubMed...

  2. Reflective professionalism : Interpreting CanMEDS' "professionalism"

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    Verkerk, M. A.; De Bree, M. J.; Mourits, M. J. E.

    2007-01-01

    Residency training in the Netherlands is to be restructured over the coming years. To this end a general competence profile for medical specialists has been introduced. This profile is nearly the same as the Canadian CanMEDS 2000 model, which describes seven general areas of medical specialist

  3. Musikalsk leg med formgivning, timing og vitalitetsformer

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    Holck, Ulla

    2015-01-01

    beskriver, hvordan man kan udvikle et sådant gensidigt, legende samspil ved hjælp af en musikalsk indfaldsvinkel, der kan forstås som en forstærkning af den Kommunikative Musikalitet. Der er fokus på formgivning, timing og skabelse af dynamiske vitalitetsformer, hvilket illustreres med kliniske eksempler...

  4. MED-SUV Data Life Cycle

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    Sangianantoni, Agata; Puglisi, Giuseppe; Spampinato, Letizia; Tulino, Sabrina

    2015-04-01

    The MED-SUV project aims to implement a digital e-infrastructure for data access in order to promote the monitoring and study of key volcanic regions prone to volcanic hazards, and thus improve hazard assessment, according to the rationale of Supersite GEO initiative to Vesuvius- Campi Flegrei and Mt Etna, currently identified as Permanent Supersites. The present study focuses on the life cycle of MED-SUV data generated in the first period of the project and highlights the managing approach, as well as the crucial steps to be implemented for ensuring that data will be properly and ethically managed and can be used and accessed from both MED-SUV and the external community. The process is conceived outlining how research data being handled as the project progresses, describing what data are collected, processed or generated and how these data are going to be shared and made available through Open Access. Data cycle begins with their generation and ends with the deposit in the digital infrastructure, its key series of stages through which MED-SUV data passes are Collection, Data citation, Categorization of data, Approval procedure, Registration of datasets, Application of licensing models, and PID assignment. This involves a combination of procedures and practices taking into account the scientific core mission and the priorities of the project as well as the potential legal issues related to the management and protection of the Intellectual Property. We believe that the implementation of this process constitutes a significant encouragement in MED-SUV data sharing and as a consequence a better understanding on the volcanic processes, hazard assessment and a better integration with other Supersites projects.

  5. Musikterapi med børn med svær autisme - en litteraturgennemgang

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    Ulla Holck

    2003-03-01

    Full Text Available Faglitteratur om musikterapi med børn med autisme er omfattende og indeholder såvel kvalitative case-beskrivelser som kvantitative forskningsundersøgelser. I artiklen gennemgås faglitteraturen systematisk med henblik på at specifi cere musikterapiens effekt og virkemåder i forhold til denne målgruppe. Vægten ligger på børn med svær autisme, men litteratur om voksne højtfungerende personer med autisme inddrages også. Forskningslitteraturen viser, at det især er inden for områderne koncentration, visuel opmærksomhed, respons og initiativ, samt brug af stemme og tur-tagning, at musikterapi har en effekt. Case-litteraturen begrunder denne effekt med musikkens evne til at være redundant, anvendelse af imitation og responsfremmende teknikker (overraskelse etc., fælles opbyggede samspilsformer, samt det temporale-interaktive element i improvisatorisk musikterapi. Ud fra en interaktionsteoretisk indfaldsvinkel sammenkobles effekten endvidere med, at den musikalske interaktion hjælper musikterapeuten til at fastholde et dynamisk udtryk, hvilket er afgørende i forhold til en klientgruppe, der ofte giver ´flad´ eller stærkt afvigende feedback.

  6. Metodeudvikling i omsorgsforskningen med inspiration fra den franske filosof Michel Foucaults arbejde med brud

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    Frederiksen, Kirsten; Lomborg, Kirsten; Beedholm, Kirsten

    Titel: METODEUDVIKLING I OMSORGSFORSKNINGEN MED INSPIRATION FRA DEN FRANSKE FILOSOF MICHEL FOUCAULTS ARBEJDE MED BRUD Baggrund Inden for omsorgsforskning har den franske filosof Michel Foucaults forfatterskab inspireret til diskursanalytiske eller magtanalytiske undersøgelser. Forfatterskabet...... efterfølgende til at udvikle sin metode i Foucaults forfatterskab. Metode Med afsæt i den franske historiske epistomologi-tradition og med særlig vægt på Michel Foucaults forfatterskab præsenterer vi med eksempler fra egen forskning vores overvejelser over, hvordan man med brug af Foucaults begreb om 'brud' kan......, og for det andet, at det er metoden - eller blikket - der bestemmer, hvordan spørgsmålet stilles, og efterfølgende hvordan undersøgelsen gennemføres. Konklusion Ved at arbejde med Foucaults begreb om 'brud' kan der udvikles typer af spørgsmål og metoder, som gør det muligt for forskeren at rette det...

  7. Analysis list: Med12 [Chip-atlas[Archive

    Lifescience Database Archive (English)

    Full Text Available Med12 Embryo,Embryonic fibroblast,Pluripotent stem cell + mm9 http://dbarchive.bioscienced...bc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/target/Med12.1.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/target/Med12.5.t...sv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/target/Med12.10.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/colo/Med...12.Embryo.tsv,http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/colo/Med...12.Embryonic_fibroblast.tsv,http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/colo/Med12.Pluripotent_stem_

  8. Hvad skal vi med Trump-satire?

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    Møller, Mette

    2017-01-01

    Trump-satire er et stort hit, og særligt en lang række satiriske videohilsner til Trump fra lande verden over får folk til at trække på smilebåndet. Men hvorfor er det så sjovt at gøre grin med Trump, og hvad kan vi bruge den politiske humor til?......Trump-satire er et stort hit, og særligt en lang række satiriske videohilsner til Trump fra lande verden over får folk til at trække på smilebåndet. Men hvorfor er det så sjovt at gøre grin med Trump, og hvad kan vi bruge den politiske humor til?...

  9. Erfaringer med dyrkning og kvalitet af lupin

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    Jørnsgård, B.

    2001-01-01

    Lupin har mange egenskaber, der gør den til en attraktiv plante for økologisk jordbrug: · En veludviklet afgrøde kan fiksere over 200 kg kvælstof · Et udbytte på 3 til 4.5 tons med et proteinindhold på 35% · I gode sorter er foderværdien sammenlignelig med soja · En effektiv fosforoptagelse på grund af syre udskillelse ved rødderne · En forfrugtsværdi for korn bedre end ærter på sandjord og som ærter på lerjord Spørgsmålet, der står tilbage, er, om udbyttet af lupin i prakti...

  10. Den fortsatte reformation: Hvad med luthersk politik?

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    Andersen, Svend

    2017-01-01

    Luthers grundlæggende tanke om, at den politiske orden - i dag staten - er til for at gavne mennesker forsøges omformuleret til vore dages realiteter. Et luthersk udgangspunkt lægger ikke en bestemt politisk opfattelse fast. Men for en luthersk kristen er næstekærligheden en motivation for politi...... virke. Den kristne behøver imidlertid ikke offentligt at argumentere politisk med sin kristne tro....

  11. Inklusion i folkeskolen med musik og musikterapi

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    Lindvang, Charlotte

    2014-01-01

    I denne artikel sættes der fokus på nogle af de problemer og udfordringer som knytter sig til kravet om inklusion af børn med særlige behov i den almindelige folkeskole, og der argumenteres for at styrke anvendelsen af musik i forhold til at skabe fællesskab og optimere børnenes opmærksomhed og...

  12. Danske børn med sprogforstyrrelser

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    Sundahl Olsen, Lone

    2013-01-01

    Denne afhandling sætter fokus på en gruppe af danske børn med specifikke sproglige vanskeligheder (SLI). Fælles for disse børn er, at de har en normal IQ og ingen påviste neurologiske, følelsesmæssige, sociale eller fysiske vanskeligheder; men dette til trods tilegner disse børn sig ikke sproget ...

  13. Sydkorea: Teknologiske tigerspring med globale udfordringer

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    Brynskov, Martin

    2010-01-01

    Sydkorea har gennemgået en utrolig udvikling fra u-land til førende i-land i løbet af få årtier. Helt centralt står den teknologiske eksport af elektronik, biler og skibsbyggeri i verdenseliten. Men på trods af de mange succeser er der også udfordringer. Denne analyse viser – med aktuelle eksempl...

  14. Hvordan slipper man af med fantomsmerter?

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    Gad, Ulrik Pram

    2008-01-01

    Finn Lynge ligner i Den vanskelige tango dén post-koloniale tilstand, som Grønland befinder sig i, med de smerter, som Peter Freuchen havde i sit træben. Artiklen undersøger, om nye metaforer og en ny sprogpolitik kan bruges som kur mod Grønlands fantomsmerter. Konklusionen er for det første, at en...

  15. Bøger med QR-lyd

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    Hellensberg, Christina

    2015-01-01

    Anmeldelse af DigiRead engelsk supplerende læsning med QR-lyd. Lyd på QR-koder til bøger kræver smartphone eller tablet; devices, kun nogle elever i indskolingen har adgang til, men som er lige ved hånden for en stor del af mellemtrinnets elever. Men kvaliteten af lyden er god; rigtig god...

  16. Author Name Disambiguation for PubMed.

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    Liu, Wanli; Islamaj Doğan, Rezarta; Kim, Sun; Comeau, Donald C; Kim, Won; Yeganova, Lana; Lu, Zhiyong; Wilbur, W John

    2014-04-01

    Log analysis shows that PubMed users frequently use author names in queries for retrieving scientific literature. However, author name ambiguity may lead to irrelevant retrieval results. To improve the PubMed user experience with author name queries, we designed an author name disambiguation system consisting of similarity estimation and agglomerative clustering. A machine-learning method was employed to score the features for disambiguating a pair of papers with ambiguous names. These features enable the computation of pairwise similarity scores to estimate the probability of a pair of papers belonging to the same author, which drives an agglomerative clustering algorithm regulated by 2 factors: name compatibility and probability level. With transitivity violation correction, high precision author clustering is achieved by focusing on minimizing false-positive pairing. Disambiguation performance is evaluated with manual verification of random samples of pairs from clustering results. When compared with a state-of-the-art system, our evaluation shows that among all the pairs the lumping error rate drops from 10.1% to 2.2% for our system, while the splitting error rises from 1.8% to 7.7%. This results in an overall error rate of 9.9%, compared with 11.9% for the state-of-the-art method. Other evaluations based on gold standard data also show the increase in accuracy of our clustering. We attribute the performance improvement to the machine-learning method driven by a large-scale training set and the clustering algorithm regulated by a name compatibility scheme preferring precision. With integration of the author name disambiguation system into the PubMed search engine, the overall click-through-rate of PubMed users on author name query results improved from 34.9% to 36.9%.

  17. Digital kommunikation med den offentlige sektor

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    Berger, Jesper Bull; Andersen, Kim Normann

    for anvendelsen af digital post. I forsommeren 2013 gav vi os til at undersøge myndighedernes digitale kommunikation med borgerne. Vi sendte en besked fra digital post på borger.dk ud til myndighederne og stillede to konkrete spørgsmål, om adresse og åbningstid. Vi ville undersøge svartiden og om myndighederne...... til at myndighederne ikke besvarer digital post. Vi har sendt spørgeskema ud til alle de myndigheder, der indgik i vores oprindelige undersøgelse om digital kommunikation og bedt om kommentarer til den digitale kommunikation, vi havde haft med myndigheden. Vi har været i kontakt med 125 myndigheder......, som enten via spørgeskema, e-mail eller telefon har givet os et enestående indblik i deres håndtering af den digitale kommunikation. Publikationen er et såkaldt workingpaper, hvor vi mere end gerne modtager forslag og kommentarer til forbedringer. Der er i publikationen en række aktive links til...

  18. Digital kommunikation med den offentlige sektor

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    Berger, Jesper; Andersen, Kim Normann

    2013-01-01

    til. I denne undersøgelse sættes der fokus på myndighedernes besvarelse af den digitale post. Digital post blev bl.a. etableret som et alternativ til almindelig e-mail for at det offentlige kan kommunikere med borgere og virksomheder på en sikker måde, dvs. uden at uvedkommende kan få adgang til...... følsomme oplysninger. Fokus for undersøgelsen er hvordan håndterer myndighederne besvarelserne i den digitale postkasse: svarer de på digital post og e-mail, hvor hurtigt svarer de og er svarene brugbare? Undersøgelsen medtager myndighedernes besvarelse af digital post og e-mail, dels for at kunne...... sammenligne de to digitale kanaler og for at kunne sammenligne med en tidligere undersøgelse af digital kommunikation med det offentlige. Herudover er der tidligere gennemført en undersøgelse af e-mail svar og svartider i New Zealand og Australien. De danske resultater fra e-mail undersøgelsen, men ikke...

  19. Digital kommunikation med den offentlige sektor

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    Berger, Jesper Bull; Andersen, Kim Normann

    digital postkasse, som borgerne kunne skrive til. I denne undersøgelse sættes der fokus på myndighedernes besvarelse af den digitale post. Digital post blev bl.a. etableret som et alternativ til almindelig e-mail for at det offentlige kan kommunikere med borgere og virksomheder på en sikker måde, dvs....... uden at uvedkommende kan få adgang til følsomme oplysninger. Fokus for undersøgelsen er hvordan håndterer myndighederne besvarelserne i den digitale postkasse: svarer de på digital post og e-mail, hvor hurtigt svarer de og er svarene brugbare? Vi har også undersøgt besvarelse af e-mail, dels...... for at kunne sammenligne de to digitale kanaler og for at kunne sammenligne med en tidligere undersøgelse af digital kommunikation med det offentlige. Herudover er der tidligere gennemført en undersøgelse af e-mail svar og svartider i New Zealand og Australien. De danske resultater fra e-mail undersøgelsen...

  20. Digital kommunikation med den offentlige sektor

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    Berger, Jesper Bull; Andersen, Kim Normann

    til. I denne undersøgelse sættes der fokus på myndighedernes besvarelse af den digitale post. Digital post blev bl.a. etableret som et alternativ til almindelig e-mail for at det offentlige kan kommunikere med borgere og virksomheder på en sikker måde, dvs. uden at uvedkommende kan få adgang til...... følsomme oplysninger. Fokus for undersøgelsen er hvordan håndterer myndighederne besvarelserne i den digitale postkasse: svarer de på digital post og e-mail, hvor hurtigt svarer de og er svarene brugbare? Undersøgelsen medtager myndighedernes besvarelse af digital post og e-mail, dels for at kunne...... sammenligne de to digitale kanaler og for at kunne sammenligne med en tidligere undersøgelse af digital kommunikation med det offentlige. Herudover er der tidligere gennemført en undersøgelse af e-mail svar og svartider i New Zealand og Australien. De danske resultater fra e-mail undersøgelsen, men ikke...

  1. Technical development of PubMed Interact: an improved interface for MEDLINE/PubMed searches

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    Fontelo Paul

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background The project aims to create an alternative search interface for MEDLINE/PubMed that may provide assistance to the novice user and added convenience to the advanced user. An earlier version of the project was the 'Slider Interface for MEDLINE/PubMed searches' (SLIM which provided JavaScript slider bars to control search parameters. In this new version, recent developments in Web-based technologies were implemented. These changes may prove to be even more valuable in enhancing user interactivity through client-side manipulation and management of results. Results PubMed Interact is a Web-based MEDLINE/PubMed search application built with HTML, JavaScript and PHP. It is implemented on a Windows Server 2003 with Apache 2.0.52, PHP 4.4.1 and MySQL 4.1.18. PHP scripts provide the backend engine that connects with E-Utilities and parses XML files. JavaScript manages client-side functionalities and converts Web pages into interactive platforms using dynamic HTML (DHTML, Document Object Model (DOM tree manipulation and Ajax methods. With PubMed Interact, users can limit searches with JavaScript slider bars, preview result counts, delete citations from the list, display and add related articles and create relevance lists. Many interactive features occur at client-side, which allow instant feedback without reloading or refreshing the page resulting in a more efficient user experience. Conclusion PubMed Interact is a highly interactive Web-based search application for MEDLINE/PubMed that explores recent trends in Web technologies like DOM tree manipulation and Ajax. It may become a valuable technical development for online medical search applications.

  2. Technical development of PubMed interact: an improved interface for MEDLINE/PubMed searches.

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    Muin, Michael; Fontelo, Paul

    2006-11-03

    The project aims to create an alternative search interface for MEDLINE/PubMed that may provide assistance to the novice user and added convenience to the advanced user. An earlier version of the project was the 'Slider Interface for MEDLINE/PubMed searches' (SLIM) which provided JavaScript slider bars to control search parameters. In this new version, recent developments in Web-based technologies were implemented. These changes may prove to be even more valuable in enhancing user interactivity through client-side manipulation and management of results. PubMed Interact is a Web-based MEDLINE/PubMed search application built with HTML, JavaScript and PHP. It is implemented on a Windows Server 2003 with Apache 2.0.52, PHP 4.4.1 and MySQL 4.1.18. PHP scripts provide the backend engine that connects with E-Utilities and parses XML files. JavaScript manages client-side functionalities and converts Web pages into interactive platforms using dynamic HTML (DHTML), Document Object Model (DOM) tree manipulation and Ajax methods. With PubMed Interact, users can limit searches with JavaScript slider bars, preview result counts, delete citations from the list, display and add related articles and create relevance lists. Many interactive features occur at client-side, which allow instant feedback without reloading or refreshing the page resulting in a more efficient user experience. PubMed Interact is a highly interactive Web-based search application for MEDLINE/PubMed that explores recent trends in Web technologies like DOM tree manipulation and Ajax. It may become a valuable technical development for online medical search applications.

  3. Usikker diagnostik med ultralydskanning ved fejlplaceret spiral

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    Egekvist, Anne Gisselmann; Høj, Lars; Riiskjaer, Mads

    2014-01-01

    Ultrasound scan did not locate misplaced intrauterine devices One of the rare but serious complications of intrauterine contraception is perforation of the uterine wall at insertion. We present two cases where intrauterine devices went missing. In both cases abdominal and vaginal ultrasound scan...

  4. Opbygning af alliance. Musikterapi med en teenagepige fra børnepsykiatrien med diagnosen infantil autisme

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    Inge Nygaard Pedersen

    2003-03-01

    Full Text Available Denne artikel er et forsøg på at bringe læseren med ind i atmosfæren, i oplevelsen og overvejelserne i forbindelse med opstart på et musikterapiforløb med en patient, som er meget svær at få kontakt med. Den er skrevet i et detaljerigt praksisnært sprog og har på én gang til for mål at starte på dokumentation af musikterapeutisk arbejde i børnepsykiatrien på musikterapiklinikken,APS og at formidle de mange facetter i et allianceopbyggende arbejde med en meget kontaktsvag patient. Artiklen beskriver prøveforløb og første del af et behandlingsforløb og er bygget op, således at praksisbeskrivelser fra enkelte sessioner efterfølges af teoretiske overvejelser over klinisk praksis. Beskrivelsen af prøveforløbet danner samtidig udgangspunkt for en artikel af min kollega Ulla Holck, hvori hun diskuterer musikterapiens appel og virkefelt ud fra et interaktionsteoretisk perspektiv.

  5. Lineær programmering med Excel

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    Lynggaard, Peter

    Publikationen giver en introduktion til faget "Lineær programmering". Formulering og løsning bygger på, at modellerne opstilles og løses i et Excel-regneark. Fremgangsmåden er forklaret trin for trin, således at hæftet kan bruges som selvstudiemateriale. Indholdsfortegnelse Generelt om styring og...... planlægning Lineær programmering Excel solveren Fortolkning af udskrifter Degeneration Excel tips Opgaver med løsninger...

  6. Højisoleret kontorbyggeri med glasfacader

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    Aggerholm, Søren O.; Schultz, Jørgen Munthe; Bergsøe, Niels C.

    Bygninger tegner sig for over 40% af EU’s energiforbrug og CO2 udledning fra energiforbrug. Størsteparten af energiforbruget i bygninger går til opvarmning og afkøling. Ved planlægning af Rockwool International's nye forskningscenter i Hedehusene var det målet at opføre byggeriet som et lavenergi....... Yderligere detaljer findes i detailrapporterne, som der er referencer til bagerst i rapporten. Målingerne og analyserne er gennemført af BYG·DTU og Statens Byggeforskningsinstitut i samarbejde med Rockwool International A/S....

  7. Fagdidaktik med interaktive whiteboards

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    Bundsgaard, Jeppe

    2010-01-01

    Jeppe Bundsgaard, lektor, ph.d., Danmarks Pædagogiske Universitetsskole, Aarhus Universitet, gør i denne artikel rede for, at der er masser af potentiale med interaktive whiteboards (IWB), men at fokus skal flyttes tilbage til (fag-)didaktikken. IWB er et læremiddel, dvs. netop et middel til...... at opnå de mål, som vi sætter for undervisningen. Det er altså ikke nødvendigvis de mest nærliggende ting, vi skal anvende IWB til – det er ikke IWB, der skal bestemme undervisningsformen, men undervisningsformen der skal bestemme IWB's plads. Udgivelsesdato: 15. oktober 2010...

  8. Fagdidaktik med interaktive whiteboards

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    Bundsgaard, Jeppe

    2010-01-01

    Jeppe Bundsgaard, lektor, ph.d., Danmarks Pædagogiske Universitetsskole, Aarhus Universitet, gør i denne artikel rede for, at der er masser af potentiale med interaktive whiteboards (IWB), men at fokus skal flyttes tilbage til (fag-)didaktikken. IWB er et læremiddel, dvs. netop et middel til at opnå de mål, som vi sætter for undervisningen. Det er altså ikke nødvendigvis de mest nærliggende ting, vi skal anvende IWB til – det er ikke IWB, der skal bestemme undervisningsformen, men undervisnin...

  9. Neither maternal nor zygotic med-1/med-2 genes play a major role in specifying the Caenorhabditis elegans endoderm.

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    Captan, Vasile V; Goszczynski, Barbara; McGhee, James D

    2007-02-01

    The med-1 and med-2 genes encode small, highly similar proteins related to GATA-type transcription factors and have been proposed as necessary for specification of both the mesoderm and the endoderm of Caenorhabditis elegans. However, we have previously presented evidence that neither maternal nor zygotic expression of the med-1/2 genes is necessary to specify the C. elegans endoderm. Contradicting our conclusions, a recent report presented evidence, based on presumed transgene-induced cosuppression, that the med-1/2 genes do indeed show an endoderm-specifying maternal effect. In this article, we reinvestigate med-2(-); med-1(-) embryos using a med-2- specific null allele instead of the chromosomal deficiences used previously and confirm our previous results: the large majority (approximately 84%) of med-2(-); med-1(-) embryos express gut granules. We also reinvestigate the possibility of a maternal med-1/2 effect by direct injection of med dsRNA into sensitized (med-deficient) hermaphrodites using the standard protocol known to be effective in ablating maternal transcripts, but again find no evidence for any significant maternal med-1/2 effect. We do, however, show that expression of gut granules in med-1/2-deficient embryos is exquisitely sensitive to RNAi against the vacuolar ATPase-encoding unc-32 gene [present on the same multicopy med-1(+)-containing transgenic balancer used in support of the maternal med-1/2 effect]. We thus suggest that the experimental evidence for a maternal med-1/2 effect should be reexamined and may instead reflect cosuppression caused by multiple transgenic unc-32 sequences, not med sequences.

  10. PubMed-EX: a web browser extension to enhance PubMed search with text mining features.

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    Tsai, Richard Tzong-Han; Dai, Hong-Jie; Lai, Po-Ting; Huang, Chi-Hsin

    2009-11-15

    PubMed-EX is a browser extension that marks up PubMed search results with additional text-mining information. PubMed-EX's page mark-up, which includes section categorization and gene/disease and relation mark-up, can help researchers to quickly focus on key terms and provide additional information on them. All text processing is performed server-side, freeing up user resources. PubMed-EX is freely available at http://bws.iis.sinica.edu.tw/PubMed-EX and http://iisr.cse.yzu.edu.tw:8000/PubMed-EX/.

  11. PubMedMiner: Mining and Visualizing MeSH-based Associations in PubMed.

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    Zhang, Yucan; Sarkar, Indra Neil; Chen, Elizabeth S

    2014-01-01

    The exponential growth of biomedical literature provides the opportunity to develop approaches for facilitating the identification of possible relationships between biomedical concepts. Indexing by Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) represent high-quality summaries of much of this literature that can be used to support hypothesis generation and knowledge discovery tasks using techniques such as association rule mining. Based on a survey of literature mining tools, a tool implemented using Ruby and R - PubMedMiner - was developed in this study for mining and visualizing MeSH-based associations for a set of MEDLINE articles. To demonstrate PubMedMiner's functionality, a case study was conducted that focused on identifying and comparing comorbidities for asthma in children and adults. Relative to the tools surveyed, the initial results suggest that PubMedMiner provides complementary functionality for summarizing and comparing topics as well as identifying potentially new knowledge.

  12. Ødelæg alt muligt med et bogstav

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    Konzack, Lars

    2017-01-01

    En gang imellem griber en raptus SoMe-Danmark, og så fyldes alles feed med samme slags indhold. Senest overspringshandlede vi med hashtagget #oedelaeg1filmed1bogstav - og alle mulige afledninger af det....

  13. Nanomaterial Containing Wall Paints Can Increase Radon Concentration in Houses Located in Radon Prone Areas Haghani M.2 , Mortazavi S. M. J.1, 2*, Faghihi R.3, Mehdizadeh S.3, Moradgholi J.4, Darvish L.5, Fathi-Pour E.5, Ansari L.5, Ghanbar-pour M. R.3 1The Center for Radiological Research, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Shiraz, Iran 2Department of Med

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    Haghani M.

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Background: Nowadays, extensive technological advancements have made it possible to use nanopaints which show exciting properties. In IR Iran excessive radon levels (up to 3700 Bq m–3 have been reported in homes located in radon prone areas. Over the past decades, concerns have been raised about the risk posed by residential radon exposure. Objective: This study aims at investigating the effect of using nanomaterial containing wall paints on radon concentration in homes. Methods: Two wooden model houses were used in this study. Soil samples from Ramsar high background radiation areas were used for simulating the situation of a typical house in radon-prone areas. Conventional water-soluble wall paint was used for painting the walls of the 1st house model; while the 2nd house model was painted with the same wall paint with montmorillonite nanoclay. Results: Three days after sealing the house models, radon level was measured by using a portable radon survey meter. The mean radon level inside the 1st house model (conventional paint was 515.3 ± 17.8 Bq/m3 while the mean radon concentration in the 2nd house model (nano-painted house model was 570.8 ± 18.5 Bq/m3. The difference between these means was statistically signifcant (P<0.001. Conclusion: To the best of our knowledge, this study is the frst investigation on the effect of nano-material containing wall paints on indoor radon concentrations. It can be concluded that nano-material-containing wall paints should not be used in houses with wooden walls located in radon prone areas. Although the mechanism of this effect is not clearly known, decreased porosity in nano-paints might be a key factor in increasing the radon concentration in homes.

  14. Små dimser med store potentialer

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    Mikkelsen, Bent Egberg; Dobroczynski, Michal; Gade, Rikke

    2015-01-01

    Fødevare- og medialogiforskere på Aalborg Universitet har de seneste år udviklet og testet en række intelligente enheder. Fælles for dem er, at de er små og kan håndtere store mængder af data om forbrugernes adfærd. Et eksempel er FoodScape Tracker, som i realtid samarbejder med forbrugeren om, h......, hvad denne spiser. En anden ny enhed er Virtual Food Choice Simulator, som virtuelt kan simulere fødevareomgivelser i form af buffeter og supermarkeder uden udgifter til ombygning og fødevarer, og derved vise, hvad forbrugerne ser og ikke ser.......Fødevare- og medialogiforskere på Aalborg Universitet har de seneste år udviklet og testet en række intelligente enheder. Fælles for dem er, at de er små og kan håndtere store mængder af data om forbrugernes adfærd. Et eksempel er FoodScape Tracker, som i realtid samarbejder med forbrugeren om...

  15. Om erfaringer med podcasts i universiteternes undervisning

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    Heilesen, Simon

    2009-01-01

    I disse år investerer de videregående uddannelser ganske mange ressourcer i at understøtte undervisningen med audio- og videooptagelser. Især podcasting er i vælten, og det er en almindelig antagelse både på læreanstalterne og i den offentlige debat, at podcasting er til gavn for de studerende. Men...... hvor meget er forventninger, og hvor meget er hårde kendsgerninger? Det søger denne artikel at give et indtryk af på baggrund af et bredt udvalg af den videnskabelige litteratur, som beskæftiger sig med målinger af virkningen af at inddrage podcasting i undervisningen. Artiklen ser på de studerendes...... generelle oplevelse af at have at have lyd- og videooptagelser til rådighed; på målinger af de studerendes resultater ved prøver; samt på nogle af de konsekvenser, som podcasting kan have for tilrettelæggelsen af undervisningen....

  16. MedAustron board visits CERN

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    On 14 October, the board of EBG MedAustron, which is overseeing the construction of Austria’s hadron therapy centre, visited CERN. The visit recognized the relationship of shared knowledge, technology and training between CERN and MedAustron.   Normal.dotm 0 0 1 17 98 cern 1 1 120 12.0 0 false 18 pt 18 pt 0 0 false false false /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0cm 5.4pt 0cm 5.4pt; mso-para-margin-top:0cm; mso-para-margin-right:0cm; mso-para-margin-bottom:10.0pt; mso-para-margin-left:0cm; line-height:115%; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:12.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-ascii-font-family:Calibri; mso-ascii-theme-font:minor-latin; mso-fareast-font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-fareast-theme-font:minor-fareast; mso-hansi-font-family:Calibri; mso-hansi-theme-font:minor-latin;} ...

  17. Ion Sources for MedAustron

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    Lettry, J; Wallner, J; Sargsyan, E; CERN. Geneva. BE Department

    2010-01-01

    The MedAustron Ion therapy center will be constructed in Wiener Neustadt (Austria) in the vicinity of Vienna. Its accelerator complex consists of four ion sources, a linear accelerator, a synchrotron and a beam delivery system to the three medical treatment rooms and to the research irradiation room. The ion sources shall deliver beams of H31+, C4+ and light ions with utmost reliability and stability. This paper describes the features of the ion sources presently planned for the MedAustron facility; such as ion source main parameters, gas injection, temperature control and cooling systems. A dedicated beam diagnostics technique is proposed in order to characterize ECR ions beams; in the first drift region after the ion source, a fraction of the mixed beam is selected via moveable aperture. With standard beam diagnostics, we then aim to produce position-dependant observables such as ion-current density, beam energy distribution and emittance for each charge states to be compared to simulations of ECR e-heating...

  18. COSMO-SkyMed and GIS applications

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    Milillo, Pietro; Sole, Aurelia; Serio, Carmine

    2013-04-01

    Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Remote Sensing have become key technology tools for the collection, storage and analysis of spatially referenced data. Industries that utilise these spatial technologies include agriculture, forestry, mining, market research as well as the environmental analysis . Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is a coherent active sensor operating in the microwave band which exploits relative motion between antenna and target in order to obtain a finer spatial resolution in the flight direction exploiting the Doppler effect. SAR have wide applications in Remote Sensing such as cartography, surface deformation detection, forest cover mapping, urban planning, disasters monitoring , surveillance etc… The utilization of satellite remote sensing and GIS technology for this applications has proven to be a powerful and effective tool for environmental monitoring. Remote sensing techniques are often less costly and time-consuming for large geographic areas compared to conventional methods, moreover GIS technology provides a flexible environment for, analyzing and displaying digital data from various sources necessary for classification, change detection and database development. The aim of this work si to illustrate the potential of COSMO-SkyMed data and SAR applications in a GIS environment, in particular a demostration of the operational use of COSMO-SkyMed SAR data and GIS in real cases will be provided for what concern DEM validation, river basin estimation, flood mapping and landslide monitoring.

  19. Metodeudvikling af hjælp til familier med børn med handicap

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    Henriksen, Kirsten; Nørregård, Birgitte

    2000-01-01

    Et undersøgelses- og metodeudviklingsprojekt i relation til forældre til børn med handicap, der passer deres barn i hjemmet. Projektet var finansieret af satspuljemidler. projektet bestod af en række delprojekter, hvis resultater samt anbefalinger til Socialministeriet er samlet i denne evaluerin......Et undersøgelses- og metodeudviklingsprojekt i relation til forældre til børn med handicap, der passer deres barn i hjemmet. Projektet var finansieret af satspuljemidler. projektet bestod af en række delprojekter, hvis resultater samt anbefalinger til Socialministeriet er samlet i denne...

  20. "Endnu mere borte med blæsten"

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    Bjerre, Thomas Ærvold

    2008-01-01

    Artikel der diskuterer, hvorfor Borte med blæsten stadig bliver ved med at fascinere, og hvilke værdier den har at byde på i dag. Udgivelsesdato: 31. maj......Artikel der diskuterer, hvorfor Borte med blæsten stadig bliver ved med at fascinere, og hvilke værdier den har at byde på i dag. Udgivelsesdato: 31. maj...

  1. RSW Node Centered Coarse Grid w/ Split Walls Coarse/Med/Fine

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    National Aeronautics and Space Administration — This contains the remaining 5 tarballs (5 grids and associated files) for the RSW node centered grids. Each tarball contains a stream-AFLR3 grid, CGNS grid, surface...

  2. PubMed Medical Publications From Libya | Bakoush | Libyan ...

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    Medical research and publications are the back-bone for advancing the medical field. We identified the PubMed medical publications that are affiliated with Libya to shed some light on the contribution of this country's medical community to the PubMed database. All publications affiliated with Libya in the PubMed were ...

  3. The MEDIATOR genes MED12 and MED13 control Arabidopsis root system configuration influencing sugar and auxin responses.

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    Raya-González, Javier; López-Bucio, Jesús Salvador; Prado-Rodríguez, José Carlos; Ruiz-Herrera, León Francisco; Guevara-García, Ángel Arturo; López-Bucio, José

    2017-09-01

    Arabidopsis med12 and med13 mutants exhibit shoot and root phenotypes related to an altered auxin homeostasis. Sucrose supplementation reactivates both cell division and elongation in primary roots as well as auxin-responsive and stem cell niche gene expression in these mutants. An analysis of primary root growth of WT, med12, aux1-7 and med12 aux1 single and double mutants in response to sucrose and/or N-1-naphthylphthalamic acid (NPA) placed MED12 upstream of auxin transport for the sugar modulation of root growth. The MEDIATOR (MED) complex plays diverse functions in plant development, hormone signaling and biotic and abiotic stress tolerance through coordination of transcription. Here, we performed genetic, developmental, molecular and pharmacological analyses to characterize the role of MED12 and MED13 on the configuration of root architecture and its relationship with auxin and sugar responses. Arabidopsis med12 and med13 single mutants exhibit shoot and root phenotypes consistent with altered auxin homeostasis including altered primary root growth, lateral root development, and root hair elongation. MED12 and MED13 were required for activation of cell division and elongation in primary roots, as well as auxin-responsive and stem cell niche gene expression. Remarkably, most of these mutant phenotypes were rescued by supplying sucrose to the growth medium. The growth response of primary roots of WT, med12, aux1-7 and med12 aux1 single and double mutants to sucrose and application of auxin transport inhibitor N-1-naphthylphthalamic acid (NPA) revealed the correlation of med12 phenotype with the activity of the auxin intake permease and suggests that MED12 acts upstream of AUX1 in the root growth response to sugar. These data provide compelling evidence that MEDIATOR links sugar sensing to auxin transport and distribution during root morphogenesis.

  4. The MedAustron Accelerator Control System

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    Gutleber, J; Marchhart, M; Torcato de Matos, C; Dedic, J; Moser, R

    2011-01-01

    This paper presents the architecture and design of the MedAustron accelerator control system. This ion therapy and research facility is currently under construction in Wr. Neustadt, Austria. The accelerator and its control system are designed at CERN. This class of machine is characterized by rich sets of configuration data, real-time reconfiguration needs and high stability requirements. The machine is operated according to a pulse-to-pulse modulation scheme. Each beam cycle is described in terms of ion type, energy, beam dimensions, intensity and spill length. The control system is based on a multi-tier architecture with the aim to achieve a clear separation between front-end devices and their controllers. In-house developments cover a main timing system, a light-weight layer to standardize operation and communication of front-end controllers, fast and slow control of power converters and a procedure programming framework for automating high-level control and data analysis tasks.

  5. Att leva med lungcancer : Ur ett patientperspektiv

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    Karlsson, Victoria; Liedholm, Jenny

    2011-01-01

    Bakgrund: Ivärlden dör ca 1,4 miljoner människor av lungcancer varje år. Prognosen förlungcancer är sämre än vid insjuknande i andra cancerformer. Mer än fem årsöverlevnad är ovanlig bland både kvinnor och män. Kunskapom erfarenheter av lungcancer är viktiga eftersom det kan leda till bättrevårdupplevelse för patienten. Syfte: Attbeskriva personers erfarenheter av att leva med lungcancer. Metod:Studien genomfördes som en litteraturstudie där vetenskapliga studier söktesgenom databassökning sa...

  6. Skilsmissebørn med etnisk minoritetsbaggrund

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    Ottosen, Mai Heide; Liversage, Anika; Olsen, Rikke Fuglsang

    Antallet af skilsmisser i etniske minoritetsfamilier er steget i de senere år. Børn med etnisk minoritetsbaggrund oplever i næsten lige så høj grad som danske, at deres forældre går fra hinanden. Men disse børn har nogle særlige udfordringer, viser denne undersøgelse, som har fokus på familier fra...... (OECD’s fattigdomsgrænse). Og langt flere end danske børn har mødre, der står uden for arbejdsmarkedet, som modtager kontanthjælp eller førtidspension. Undersøgelsen peger på, at der mangler en form for skilsmissekultur i de etniske miljøer, da forældrene har rødder i samfund, hvor der ikke er tradition...

  7. Analysis list: med-1 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available med-1 Embryo + ce10 http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/ce10/target/med-1.1....tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/ce10/target/med-1.5.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/ce10/target/med...-1.10.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/ce10/colo/med-1.Embryo.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/ce10/colo/Embryo.gml ...

  8. Charged Domain Walls

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    Campanelli, L.; Cea, P.; Fogli, G. L.; Tedesco, L.

    2003-01-01

    In this paper we investigate Charged Domain Walls (CDW's), topological defects that acquire surface charge density $Q$ induced by fermion states localized on the walls. The presence of an electric and magnetic field on the walls is also discussed. We find a relation in which the value of the surface charge density $Q$ is connected with the existence of such topological defects.

  9. Analysis list: Med1 [Chip-atlas[Archive

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    Full Text Available Med1 Adipocyte,Blood,Breast,Embryonic fibroblast,Epidermis,Pluripotent stem cell + ...mm9 http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/target/Med1.1.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/target/Med...1.5.tsv http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/target/Med1.10.tsv http://dbarchive.bioscienced...bc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/colo/Med1.Adipocyte.tsv,http://dbarchive.bioscienced...bc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/colo/Med1.Blood.tsv,http://dbarchive.biosciencedbc.jp/kyushu-u/mm9/colo/Med1.Breast.tsv

  10. Analysis of PubMed User Sessions Using a Full-Day PubMed Query Log: A Comparison of Experienced and Nonexperienced PubMed Users.

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    Yoo, Illhoi; Mosa, Abu Saleh Mohammad

    2015-07-02

    PubMed is the largest biomedical bibliographic information source on the Internet. PubMed has been considered one of the most important and reliable sources of up-to-date health care evidence. Previous studies examined the effects of domain expertise/knowledge on search performance using PubMed. However, very little is known about PubMed users' knowledge of information retrieval (IR) functions and their usage in query formulation. The purpose of this study was to shed light on how experienced/nonexperienced PubMed users perform their search queries by analyzing a full-day query log. Our hypotheses were that (1) experienced PubMed users who use system functions quickly retrieve relevant documents and (2) nonexperienced PubMed users who do not use them have longer search sessions than experienced users. To test these hypotheses, we analyzed PubMed query log data containing nearly 3 million queries. User sessions were divided into two categories: experienced and nonexperienced. We compared experienced and nonexperienced users per number of sessions, and experienced and nonexperienced user sessions per session length, with a focus on how fast they completed their sessions. To test our hypotheses, we measured how successful information retrieval was (at retrieving relevant documents), represented as the decrease rates of experienced and nonexperienced users from a session length of 1 to 2, 3, 4, and 5. The decrease rate (from a session length of 1 to 2) of the experienced users was significantly larger than that of the nonexperienced groups. Experienced PubMed users retrieve relevant documents more quickly than nonexperienced PubMed users in terms of session length.

  11. Searching PubMed during a pandemic.

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    Ole Norgaard

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: The 2009 influenza A(H1N1 pandemic has generated thousands of articles and news items. However, finding relevant scientific articles in such rapidly developing health crises is a major challenge which, in turn, can affect decision-makers' ability to utilise up-to-date findings and ultimately shape public health interventions. This study set out to show the impact that the inconsistent naming of the pandemic can have on retrieving relevant scientific articles in PubMed/MEDLINE. METHODOLOGY: We first formulated a PubMed search algorithm covering different names of the influenza pandemic and simulated the results that it would have retrieved from weekly searches for relevant new records during the first 10 weeks of the pandemic. To assess the impact of failing to include every term in this search, we then conducted the same searches but omitted in turn "h1n1," "swine," "influenza" and "flu" from the search string, and compared the results to those for the full string. PRINCIPAL FINDINGS: On average, our core search string identified 44.3 potentially relevant new records at the end of each week. Of these, we determined that an average of 27.8 records were relevant. When we excluded one term from the string, the percentage of records missed out of the total number of relevant records averaged 18.7% for omitting "h1n1," 13.6% for "swine," 17.5% for "influenza," and 20.6% for "flu." CONCLUSIONS: Due to inconsistent naming, while searching for scientific material about rapidly evolving situations such as the influenza A(H1N1 pandemic, there is a risk that one will miss relevant articles. To address this problem, the international scientific community should agree on nomenclature and the specific name to be used earlier, and the National Library of Medicine in the US could index potentially relevant materials faster and allow publishers to add alert tags to such materials.

  12. PubMed Interact: an Interactive Search Application for MEDLINE/PubMed

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    Muin, Michael; Fontelo, Paul; Ackerman, Michael

    2006-01-01

    Online search and retrieval systems are important resources for medical literature research. Progressive Web 2.0 technologies provide opportunities to improve search strategies and user experience. Using PHP, Document Object Model (DOM) manipulation and Asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax), PubMed Interact allows greater functionality so users can refine search parameters with ease and interact with the search results to retrieve and display relevant information and related articles. PMID:17238658

  13. Recovery after abdominal wall reconstruction.

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    Jensen, Kristian Kiim

    2017-03-01

    Incisional hernia is a common long-term complication to abdominal surgery, occurring in more than 20% of all patients. Some of these hernias become giant and affect patients in several ways. This patient group often experiences pain, decreased perceived body image, and loss of physical function, which results in a need for surgical repair of the giant hernia, known as abdominal wall reconstruction. In the current thesis, patients with a giant hernia were examined to achieve a better understanding of their physical and psychological function before and after abdominal wall reconstruction. Study I was a systematic review of the existing standardized methods for assessing quality of life after incisional hernia repair. After a systematic search in the electronic databases Embase and PubMed, a total of 26 studies using standardized measures for assessment of quality of life after incisional hernia repair were found. The most commonly used questionnaire was the generic Short-Form 36, which assesses overall health-related quality of life, addressing both physical and mental health. The second-most common questionnaire was the Carolinas Comfort Scale, which is a disease specific questionnaire addressing pain, movement limitation and mesh sensation in relation to a current or previous hernia. In total, eight different questionnaires were used at varying time points in the 26 studies. In conclusion, standardization of timing and method of quality of life assessment after incisional hernia repair was lacking. Study II was a case-control study of the effects of an enhanced recovery after surgery pathway for patients undergoing abdominal wall reconstruction for a giant hernia. Sixteen consecutive patients were included prospectively after the implementation of a new enhanced recovery after surgery pathway at the Digestive Disease Center, Bispebjerg Hospital, and compared to a control group of 16 patients included retrospectively in the period immediately prior to the

  14. Abdominal wall fat pad biopsy

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    Amyloidosis - abdominal wall fat pad biopsy; Abdominal wall biopsy; Biopsy - abdominal wall fat pad ... method of taking an abdominal wall fat pad biopsy . The health care provider cleans the skin on ...

  15. MED12 mutations in leiomyosarcoma and extrauterine leiomyoma.

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    Ravegnini, Gloria; Mariño-Enriquez, Adrian; Slater, Jaime; Eilers, Grant; Wang, Yuexiang; Zhu, Meijun; Nucci, Marisa R; George, Suzanne; Angelini, Sabrina; Raut, Chandrajit P; Fletcher, Jonathan A

    2013-05-01

    Leiomyoma and leiomyosarcoma share morphological features and smooth muscle differentiation, and both arise most frequently within the uterine corpus of middle-aged women. However, they are considered biologically unrelated tumors due to their disparate clinical, cytogenetic, and molecular features. MED12, the mediator complex subunit 12 gene, has been recently implicated as an oncogene in as many as 70% of sporadic uterine leiomyoma. In the present study, we show MED12 hotspot exon 2 mutations in extrauterine leiomyoma (3 of 19 cases) and in leiomyosarcoma (3 of 13 uterine cases). We also show that MED12 mutations are found in both primary and metastatic leiomyosarcoma. Immunoblotting studies demonstrated MED12 protein expression in 100% of leiomyomas (13) and leiomyosarcomas (20), irrespective of MED12 exon 2 mutation status or histological grade. These findings indicate that MED12 has oncogenic roles in a broad range of smooth muscle neoplasia, including tumors arising in extrauterine locations.

  16. Improvement of PubMed Literature Searching using Biomedical Ontology

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    Zuoshuang Xiang; Yongqun He

    2009-01-01

    PubMed articles are annotated using the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) to increase search efficiency. However, MeSH contains limited information on many biomedical domains (e.g., vaccine). Biomedical ontologies may be used to improve PubMed searching capability. This study demonstrates that Vaccine Ontology (VO) can be used to significantly improve PubMed searching efficacy in the vaccine domain. The recall and precision of the ontology-based literature mining approach are analyzed and discu...

  17. Sygemeldte og førtidspensionister med handicap

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    Tørslev, Mette Kirstine; Weibel, Kristina; Høgelund, Jan

    2010-01-01

    Dette arbejdspapir belyser udvalgte jobcentermedarbejderes erfaringer med og perspektiver på beskæftigelsesindsatsen for sygedagpengemodtagere og førtidspensionister med handicap. Undersøgelsen er gennemført i tre jobcentre, hvor der er foretaget interview med sagsbehandlere, virksomhedskonsulenter...... sygedagpengemodtagere og førtidspensionister med handicap igangsat af Vidensnetværket, som er forankret i Danske Handicaporganisationer. Arbejdspapiret er udarbejdet af forskningsassistent, cand.mag. (antropologi) Mette Kristine Tørslev, forskningsassistent, cand.scient.soc. Kristina Weibel og seniorforsker, cand...

  18. Mindfulness som smertehåndteringsredskab for kvinder med endometriose

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    Jensen, Mette Kold; Vedsted-Hansen, Hanne; Hansen, Tia G. B.

    2011-01-01

    Endometriose er en kronisk underlivssygdom med smerter og en række afledte problemer, som ikke nødvendigvis kan behandles med lægelige tiltag. Artiklen argumenterer for, at en mindfulness-baseret tilgang med fokus på smertehåndtering kan anvendes til denne klientgruppe. I vestlig terapeutisk...... sammenhæng kan mindfulness karakteriseres som nærvær, observation og beskrivelse af sansninger uden vurdering eller reaktion. Mindfulness-træning har effekt mod andre typer stress og kroniske smerter, og artiklen opridser et koncept til anvendelse ved endometriose. Konceptet belyses med en case, hvor...

  19. Green walls in Vancouver

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    Sharp, R. [Sharp and Diamond Landscape Architecture Inc., Vancouver, BC (Canada)

    2007-07-01

    With the renewed interest in design for microclimate control and energy conservation, many cities are implementing clean air initiatives and sustainable planning policies to mitigate the effects of urban climate and the urban heat island effect. Green roofs, sky courts and green walls must be thoughtfully designed to withstand severe conditions such as moisture stress, extremes in temperature, tropical storms and strong desiccating winds. This paper focused on the installation of green wall systems. There are 2 general types of green walls systems, namely facade greening and living walls. Green facades are trellis systems where climbing plants can grow vertically without attaching to the surface of the building. Living walls are part of a building envelope system where plants are actually planted and grown in a wall system. A modular G-SKY Green Wall Panel was installed at the Aquaquest Learning Centre at the Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park in September 2006. This green wall panel, which was originally developed in Japan, incorporates many innovative features in the building envelope. It provides an exterior wall covered with 8 species of plants native to the Coastal Temperate Rain Forest. The living wall is irrigated by rainwater collected from the roof, stored in an underground cistern and fed through a drip irrigation system. From a habitat perspective, the building imitates an escarpment. Installation, support systems, irrigation, replacement of modules and maintenance are included in the complete wall system. Living walls reduce the surface temperature of buildings by as much as 10 degrees C when covered with vegetation and a growing medium. The project team is anticipating LEED gold certification under the United States-Canada Green Building Council. It was concluded that this technology of vegetated building envelopes is applicable for acoustical control at airports, biofiltration of indoor air, greywater treatment, and urban agriculture and vertical

  20. Patient med gigant umbilikalhernie præoperativt behandlet med botulintoksin A

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    Jensen, Kristian Kiim; Hensler, Margaret; Arnesen, Regnar Bøge

    2017-01-01

    Surgical closure of giant abdominal wall hernia defects remains challenging. We report our initial experience with administration of botulinum toxin type A (BTA) for this approach in a 51-year-old female with a giant primary umbilical hernia and abdominal loss of domain. Four weeks prior to surge...

  1. PubMed QUEST: The PubMed Query Search Tool. An informatics tool to aid cancer centers and cancer investigators in searching the PubMed databases

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    David A. Hanauer

    2006-01-01

    Full Text Available Searching PubMed for citations related to a specific cancer center or group of authors can be labor-intensive. We have created a tool, PubMed QUEST, to aid in the rapid searching of PubMed for publications of interest. It was designed by taking into account the needs of entire cancer centers as well as individual investigators. The experience of using the tool by our institution’s cancer center administration and investigators has been favorable and we believe it could easily be adapted to other institutions. Use of the tool has identified limitations of automated searches for publications based on an author’s name, especially for common names. These limitations could likely be solved if the PubMed database assigned a unique identifier to each author

  2. Mars 2020 Entry, Descent and Landing Instrumentation (MEDLI2)

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    Bose, Deepak; Wright, Henry; White, Todd; Schoenenberger, Mark; Santos, Jose; Karlgaard, Chris; Kuhl, Chris; Oishi, TOmo; Trombetta, Dominic

    2016-01-01

    This paper will introduce Mars Entry Descent and Landing Instrumentation (MEDLI2) on NASA's Mars2020 mission. Mars2020 is a flagship NASA mission with science and technology objectives to help answer questions about possibility of life on Mars as well as to demonstrate technologies for future human expedition. Mars2020 is scheduled for launch in 2020. MEDLI2 is a suite of instruments embedded in the heatshield and backshell thermal protection systems of Mars2020 entry vehicle. The objectives of MEDLI2 are to gather critical aerodynamics, aerothermodynamics and TPS performance data during EDL phase of the mission. MEDLI2 builds up the success of MEDLI flight instrumentation on Mars Science Laboratory mission in 2012. MEDLI instrumentation suite measured surface pressure and TPS temperature on the heatshield during MSL entry into Mars. MEDLI data has since been used for unprecedented reconstruction of aerodynamic drag, vehicle attitude, in-situ atmospheric density, aerothermal heating, transition to turbulence, in-depth TPS performance and TPS ablation. [1,2] In addition to validating predictive models, MEDLI data has highlighted extra margin available in the MSL forebody TPS, which can potentially be used to reduce vehicle parasitic mass. MEDLI2 expands the scope of instrumentation by focusing on quantities of interest not addressed in MEDLI suite. The type the sensors are expanded and their layout on the TPS modified to meet these new objectives. The paper will provide key motivation and governing requirements that drive the choice and the implementation of the new sensor suite. The implementation considerations of sensor selection, qualification, and demonstration of minimal risk to the host mission will be described. The additional challenges associated with mechanical accommodation, electrical impact, data storage and retrieval for MEDLI2 system, which extends sensors to backshell will also be described.

  3. Erfaringer med mobning fra barndommen og det levede liv

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    Mathiassen, Charlotte; Viala, Eva Silberschmidt

    2009-01-01

    Gennem analyser af konkret levet liv med mobning i 1950érnes og 1960érnes skoleliv sættes der fokuspå menneskers erfaringer med mobning og deres position i en given historisk og sociokulturel kontekst. På den baggrund argumenteres det, at hvis man som forsker eller praktiker ikke anstrenger sig f...

  4. Musikterapi med kontakt- og kommunikationssvage børn

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    Frederiksen, Britta Vinkler

    2009-01-01

    I artiklen beskrives, hvordan musikterapi er med til at støtte en målrettet udviklingsproces hos børn, med diagnoser som Asperger syndrom, autisme, opmærksomhedsforstyrrelser, ADHD o.lign. Musikkens kvaliteter beskrives og illustreres gennem vignetter fra terapiforløb, der alle er foregået i Klinik...

  5. Further confirmation of the MED13L haploinsufficiency syndrome

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    van Haelst, M.M.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/33889392X; Monroe, G.R.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/413967476; Duran, K.J.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/304814385; van Binsbergen, E.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/337990336; Breur, J.M.P.J.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/26368850X; Giltay, J.C.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/074049089; van Haaften, G.W.|info:eu-repo/dai/nl/304075515

    MED13L haploinsufficiency syndrome has been described in two patients and is characterized by moderate intellectual disability (ID), conotruncal heart defects, facial abnormalities and hypotonia. Missense mutations in MED13L are linked to transposition of the great arteries and non-syndromal

  6. Hvornår lykkes man med sin undervisning?

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    Ejersbo, Lisser Rye

    2014-01-01

    Denne blog er et lille indblik i en løbende kommunikation, som jeg har med Peter Müller, matematiklærer på Ellekærskolen i Aarhus, med hvem jeg samarbejder i mit forskningsprojekt om at omsætte neurovidenskab til aktiv matematikundervisning. I denne samtale kommer vi ind på, hvordan man forberede...

  7. MED1 independent activation of endogenous target genes by PPARα

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    Grøntved, Lars; Bugge, Anne K.; Roeder, Robert G.

    derived from TRAP220 KO mice. Interestingly, rescue experiments in confluent TRAP220 KO MEFs with different versions of MED1 indicate that the LXXLL motif is not necessary for PPARgamma mediated gene activation (Ge et al, MCB published online ahead of print 2007). By analogy, we show here that MED1...

  8. SBI-lavenergihus model 79 - med 410 mm hulmur

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    Blach, K.; Kjær, B.

    Rapporten omfatter over et halvt hundrede detailtegninger til lavt byggeri med højisolerede ydervægge udført som 410 mm hulmur. Som eksempel vises et modulprojekteret enfamiliehus med 1/2 etage. Statiske forhold og alternative løsninger beskrives kortfattet. Rapporten redegør yderligere for et års...

  9. Skoleudvikling med fokus på sprog i al undervisning

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    Schindler Rangvid, Beatrice

    I sommeren 2012 iværksatte Ministeriet for Børn, Undervisning og Ligestilling i samarbejde med 14 skoler et udviklingsprogram til styrkelse af tosprogede elevers faglighed. Kernen i udviklingsprogrammet er et vedvarende fokus på sprog i al undervisning med det mål at løfte de tosprogede elevers f...

  10. Selvregulering og dyadisk regulering i musikterapi med demensramte

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    Ridder, Hanne Mette Ochsner

    2017-01-01

    Selvregulering er tæt koblet til socialt samvær og følelsesregulering og styres af neuroaffektive processer, der har med empati og stress at gøre. Hvordan vi ældes, og om vi bevarer engagement og motivation, kan have betydning for udvikling af demens. Mennesker med demens vil opleve gradvist at få...

  11. Supersymmetric domain walls

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    Bergshoeff, Eric A.; Kleinschmidt, Axel; Riccioni, Fabio

    2012-01-01

    We classify the half-supersymmetric "domain walls," i.e., branes of codimension one, in toroidally compactified IIA/IIB string theory and show to which gauged supergravity theory each of these domain walls belong. We use as input the requirement of supersymmetric Wess-Zumino terms, the properties of

  12. Thin Wall Iron Castings

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    J.F. Cuttino; D.M. Stefanescu; T.S. Piwonka

    2001-10-31

    Results of an investigation made to develop methods of making iron castings having wall thicknesses as small as 2.5 mm in green sand molds are presented. It was found that thin wall ductile and compacted graphite iron castings can be made and have properties consistent with heavier castings. Green sand molding variables that affect casting dimensions were also identified.

  13. Timber frame walls

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    Hansen, Ernst Jan de Place; Brandt, Erik

    2010-01-01

    A ventilated cavity is usually considered good practice for removing moisture behind the cladding of timber framed walls. Timber frame walls with no cavity are a logical alternative as they are slimmer and less expensive to produce and besides the risk of a two-sided fire behind the cladding...

  14. International Divider Walls

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    Kruis, A.; Sneller, A.C.W.(L.)

    2013-01-01

    The subject of this teaching case is the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system implementation at International Divider Walls, the world market leader in design, production, and sales of divider walls. The implementation in one of the divisions of this multinational company had been successful,

  15. GIM-behandling af en traumatiseret flygtning med PTSD – med fokus på traumebearbejdning

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    Torben Moe

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Artiklen omhandler en case med fokus på direkte traumebehandling i traumefokuseret Guided Imagery and Music (GIM. Patienten deltog i et mixed methods feasibility-pilotprojekt vedrørende behandling af traumatiserede flygtninge, som er beskrevet i artiklen Feasibility of trauma-focused Guided Imagery and Music with adult refugees diagnosed with PTSD – a pilot study. Patienten modtog 16 sessioner over en periode på ca. 6 måneder. I artiklen gives eksempler på traumefokuserede interventioner og eksempler på patientens kommentarer, oplevelser, refleksioner og udbytte af behandlingen. Behandlingstilgangen i konteksten med traumatiserede flygtninge er en ny variation inden for spektret af GIM-terapi, og beskrivelsen af behandlingsforløbet understøttes af teoretisk forståelse af processen. Resultater for pilotstudiet viser, at patienten fik signifikant udbytte af terapien. Dette bliver understøttet af patientens egne udtalelser i evalueringen af forløbet samt ud fra data fra de spørgeskemaer, der blev anvendt i undersøgelsen. Patienten har efter GIM-forløbet en score på Harwards Trauma Questionaire (HTQ, som ligger under cut-off for diagnosen PTSD og scorer markant højere på WHO-5 livsstil-skemaet.

  16. Human mediator subunit MED15 promotes transcriptional activation.

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    Nakatsubo, Takuya; Nishitani, Saori; Kikuchi, Yuko; Iida, Satoshi; Yamada, Kana; Tanaka, Aki; Ohkuma, Yoshiaki

    2014-10-01

    In eukaryotes, the Mediator complex is an essential transcriptional cofactor of RNA polymerase II (Pol II). In humans, it contains up to 30 subunits and consists of four modules: head, middle, tail, and CDK/Cyclin. One of the subunits, MED15, is located in the tail module, and was initially identified as Gal11 in budding yeast, where it plays an essential role in the transcriptional regulation of galactose metabolism with the potent transcriptional activator Gal4. For this reason, we investigated the function of the human MED15 subunit (hMED15) in transcriptional activation. First, we measured the effect of hMED15 knockdown on cell growth in HeLa cells. The growth rate was greatly reduced. By immunostaining, we observed the colocalization of hMED15 with the general transcription factors TFIIE and TFIIH in the nucleus. We measured the effects of siRNA-mediated knockdown of hMED15 on transcriptional activation using two different transcriptional activators, VP16 and SREBP1a. Treatment with siRNAs reduced transcriptional activation, and this reduction could be rescued by overexpression of HA/Flag-tagged, wild-type hMED15. To investigate hMED15 localization, we treated human MCF-7 cells with the MDM2 inhibitor Nutlin-3, thus inducing p21 transcription. We found that hMED15 localized to both the p53 binding site and the p21 promoter region, along with TFIIE and TFIIH. These results indicate that hMED15 promotes transcriptional activation.

  17. Solar Walls in tsbi3

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    Wittchen, Kim Bjarne

    tsbi3 is a user-friendly and flexible computer program, which provides support to the design team in the analysis of the indoor climate and the energy performance of buildings. The solar wall module gives tsbi3 the capability of simulating solar walls and their interaction with the building....... This version, C, of tsbi3 is capable of simulating five types of solar walls say: mass-walls, Trombe-walls, double Trombe-walls, internally ventilated walls and solar walls for preheating ventilation air. The user's guide gives a description of the capabilities and how to simulate solar walls in tsbi3....

  18. Timber frame walls

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    Hansen, Ernst Jan de Place; Brandt, Erik

    2010-01-01

    A ventilated cavity is usually considered good practice for removing moisture behind the cladding of timber framed walls. Timber frame walls with no cavity are a logical alternative as they are slimmer and less expensive to produce and besides the risk of a two-sided fire behind the cladding...... is reduced. To investigate the possibilities, full-size wall elements with wooden cladding and different cavity design, type of cladding and type of wind barrier were exposed to natural climate on the outside and to a humid indoor climate on the inside. During the exposure period parts of the vapour barrier...

  19. Selektive utfordringer ved assistert befruktning for personer med Klinefelter syndrom

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    Bjørn Hofmann

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    Ny bioteknologi gir nye muligheter som har vist seg å være moralsk utfordrende. Det gjelder særlig innenfor menneskelig reproduksjon, der denne teknologien er spesielt potent. Med virkeliggjøringen av antikkens drøm om å kunne påvirke fremtidige barns egenskaper følger en rekke vanskelige valg. I analysen av og debatten om slike valg har man forsøkt å skille mellom tilvalg og fravalg med hensyn på bestemte egenskaper. Ett konkret eksempel er hvorvidt personer med Klinefelter syndrom skal tilb...

  20. Distribusjon av Polonium i fisk, med og uten avleiringshemmer

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    Veddeng, Hanne

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    I forbindelse med utvinning av petroleumsressurser blir det sluppet ut store mengder produsert vann. Produsert vann er formasjonsvann fra reservoaret som følger med ved produksjonen av olje og gass. Når formasjonsvannet kommer i kontakt med sjøvann felles det ut uorganiske salter, som BaSO4. Dette er såkalte scaleavleiringer som utgjør et problem for oljeindustrien da det blant annet tetter igjen produksjonsrørene og gir en mindre effektiv produksjon. Som løsning på problemet tilsetter oljein...

  1. Ledelsesudvikling i ejerledede virksomheder med vækstambitioner

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    Korsgaard, Steffen T.

    2006-01-01

    Dette bidrag beskriver konsulentvirksomheden Jonathan A/S' ledelsesudviklingsforløb 'Virksomheder i Vækst'. Forløbet henvender sig til ejerledere med vilje til og potentiale for vækst. Bidraget gør rede for Jonathan A/S' metoder og forudsætningerne for deres arbejde. Disse sættes løbende i relation...... til Action Learning-tilgangen med henblik på at perspektivere ideerne bag Jonathans metoder yderligere. Til slut opridses enkelte 'best practice'-forslag uddraget fra Jonathan A/S' arbejde med ejerledere....

  2. Anterior vaginal wall repair

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    ... may have you: Learn pelvic floor muscle exercises ( Kegel exercises ) Use estrogen cream in your vagina Try ... repair; Urinary incontinence - vaginal wall repair Patient Instructions Kegel exercises - self-care Self catheterization - female Suprapubic catheter ...

  3. Advanced walling systems

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    De Villiers, A

    2010-01-01

    Full Text Available The question addressed by this chapter is: How should advanced walling systems be planned, designed, built, refurbished, and end their useful lives, to classify as smart, sustainable, green or eco-building environments?...

  4. Endring i adaptiv atferd hos eldre personer med utviklingshemning - en sammenligning mellom personer med Down syndrom og personer med annen utviklingshemning

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    Anne Marit Bygdnes

    2012-01-01

    Materiale og metode: Undersøkelsen omfatter 87 personer med utviklingshemning som tidligere har bodd på en sentralinstitusjon. Datainnsamling skjedde ved at omsorgspersoner fylte ut ABDQ.  Resultater: Det var 24 % i utvalget som hadde nedgang i adaptiv atferd. Fortolkning: ABDQ er et hjelpemiddel til å avdekke nedgang i adaptiv atferd. Det er viktig at svikt avdekkes tidligst mulig og videreformidles til helsepersonell for utredning, diagnostisering, relevant behandling og tilrettelagte helse- og omsorgstjenester. Mange personer med utviklingshemning mestrer ikke å informere om egen helsetilstand og er avhengig av at omsorgspersonalet kan avdekke sykdom og lidelser så tidlig som mulig i sykdomsforløpet.

  5. Hvad skal vi med Etisk Råd?

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    Ploug, Thomas; Gjerris, Mickey

    2012-01-01

    Det Etiske Råd har for os at se en væsentlig rolle at spille i et åbent og demokratisk samfund som det danske. Vi skal være med til at skabe grobund for de værdidiskussioner, som skal forme fremtidens samfund. Etik er at være i dialog – ikke at kaste med mudder.......Det Etiske Råd har for os at se en væsentlig rolle at spille i et åbent og demokratisk samfund som det danske. Vi skal være med til at skabe grobund for de værdidiskussioner, som skal forme fremtidens samfund. Etik er at være i dialog – ikke at kaste med mudder....

  6. Erfaringer med Journal Club på modul 12

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    Koustrup, Pia; Røge Aagaard, Lene

    2013-01-01

    I Ortopædkirurgisk afdeling, Aarhus Universitets Hospital, har vi i samarbejde med undervisere fra VIA University College udviklet og implementeret studieaktiviteten Journal Club. Studieaktiviteten afvikles indenfor rammerne af den kliniske studiemetode ”Seminar” og den planlagte studieaktivitet ...

  7. MedWatch Safety Alerts for Human Medical Products

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    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services — MedWatch alerts provide timely new safety information on human drugs, medical devices, vaccines and other biologics, dietary supplements, and cosmetics. The alerts...

  8. Geograf med GIS som ledetråd

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    Nielsen, Søren Zebitz

    2013-01-01

    Fra speciale om kortlægning af luft forurening med NO2 i troposfæren målt fra satellit til PhD studerende med fokus på forståelsen af menneskers bevægelsesmønstre i byer. GIS og geodata er den røde tråd der binder de brede interesser indenfor geografi en sammen for denne forskerlærling.......Fra speciale om kortlægning af luft forurening med NO2 i troposfæren målt fra satellit til PhD studerende med fokus på forståelsen af menneskers bevægelsesmønstre i byer. GIS og geodata er den røde tråd der binder de brede interesser indenfor geografi en sammen for denne forskerlærling....

  9. Electric Brain Stimulation No Better Than Meds for Depression: Study

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    ... page: https://medlineplus.gov/news/fullstory_166920.html Electric Brain Stimulation No Better Than Meds For Depression: ... can't find relief, stimulating the brain with electric impulses may help. But a new study by ...

  10. Popular Heartburn Meds Don't Raise Alzheimer's Risk

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    ... 166931.html Popular Heartburn Meds Don't Raise Alzheimer's Risk: Study New research debunks other studies suggesting ... drugs may increase the risk of dementia and Alzheimer's disease in people aged 75 and older. PPIs ...

  11. LactMed: New NLM Database on Drugs and Lactation

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    ... NIH LactMed: New NLM Database on Drugs and Lactation Past Issues / Summer 2006 Table of Contents For ... free online database with information on drugs and lactation, is one of the newest additions to the ...

  12. AliBaba: PubMed as a graph

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    Plake, Conrad; Schiemann, Torsten; Pankalla, Marcus; Hakenberg, Jörg; Leser, Ulf

    2006-01-01

    .... AliBaba is an interactive tool for graphical summarization of search results. It parses the set of abstracts that fit a PubMed query and presents extracted information on biomedical objects and their relationships as a graphical network...

  13. Med Switch Not Always Best Choice with Tough Depression

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    ... Med Switch Not Always Best Choice With Tough Depression Adding an antipsychotic or a second antidepressant may ... may not be the best way to help depression patients who don't respond to the first ...

  14. The YLI-MED Corpus: Characteristics, Procedures, and Plans

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    Bernd, Julia; Borth, Damian; Elizalde, Benjamin; Friedland, Gerald; Gallagher, Heather; Gottlieb, Luke; Janin, Adam; Karabashlieva, Sara; Takahashi, Jocelyn; Won, Jennifer

    2015-01-01

    The YLI Multimedia Event Detection corpus is a public-domain index of videos with annotations and computed features, specialized for research in multimedia event detection (MED), i.e., automatically identifying what's happening in a video by analyzing the audio and visual content. The videos indexed in the YLI-MED corpus are a subset of the larger YLI feature corpus, which is being developed by the International Computer Science Institute and Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory based on th...

  15. Børnehave med miljørigtig isolering

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    Hansen, Ernst Jan de Place

    2001-01-01

    Resume af rapport om praktiske erfaringer med brugen af alternative isoleringsmaterialer ved opførelsen af en børnehave, udarbejdet af Poul Lodbergs Tegnestue under Energistyrelsens udviklingsprogram "Miljø- og arbejdsmiljøvenlig isolering"......Resume af rapport om praktiske erfaringer med brugen af alternative isoleringsmaterialer ved opførelsen af en børnehave, udarbejdet af Poul Lodbergs Tegnestue under Energistyrelsens udviklingsprogram "Miljø- og arbejdsmiljøvenlig isolering"...

  16. Robotundervisning med udgangspunkt i små og store robotmanipulatorer

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    Grøn, Helge Glinvad

    2016-01-01

    komme med en række eksempler på hvordan man kan inddrage robotteknologi I undervisningen. Oplægget tager udgangspunkt I en made at lave et “Hands-On” kursus i robotteknologi med bade store og små robotter. På UCN har vi på kursuset anvendt Universal Robot UR5 og Trossen Robotic Pincher-platform samt Pi...

  17. Sprog hos børn med autisme

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    Brynskov, Cecilia

    2010-01-01

    Spredningen i sproglige færdigheder hos børn med autisme er enorm. Dette forhold vanskeliggør forskning inden for området, og omvendt bevirker forskningen og de valg – og ikke mindst fravalg – som autismeforskere er nødt til at foretage, at gruppen af børn med autisme kommer til at fremstå mere...

  18. Forsøg med Hi-Con altanelement

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    Hansen, Lars Pilegaard

    Denne rapport beskriver forsøg udført på Laboratoriet for Bærende Konstruktioner, Aalborg Universitet med et altanelement leveret af Hi-Con Aps, Hjallerup. Forsøgene er udført i september 2002. Forsøgene omfatter en statisk prøvning, hvor altanelementet blev belastet med sandsække og nedbøjningerne...

  19. Spilleregler i musikterapi med børn

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    Holck, Ulla

    2005-01-01

    Artiklen gennemgår udvalgte eksempler på anvendelse af spilleregler i musikterapi med børneklientgrupper. Efter en kort introduktion af Priestleys syn på analytisk musikterapi med børn, præsenteres læseren således for en række caseeksempler fra faglitteraturen, der giver indblik i udformning og a...

  20. Robotundervisning med udgangspunkt i små og store robotmanipulatorer

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    Grøn, Helge Glinvad

    komme med en række eksempler på hvordan man kan inddrage robotteknologi I undervisningen. Oplægget tager udgangspunkt I en made at lave et “Hands-On” kursus i robotteknologi med bade store og små robotter. På UCN har vi på kursuset anvendt Universal Robot UR5 og Trossen Robotic Pincher-platform samt Pi...

  1. KETERASINGAN DALAM FILM WALL-E

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    Rahmadya Putra Nugraha

    2017-05-01

    Full Text Available Modern society nowadays technological advances at first create efficiency in human life. Further development of the technology thus drown human in a routine and automation of work created. The State is to be one of the causes of man separated from fellow or the outside world and eventually experiencing alienation. The movie as a mass media function to obtain the movie and entertainment can be informative or educative function is contained, even persuasive. The purpose of this research was conducted to find out the alienation in the movie Wall E. The concepts used to analyze the movie Wall E this is communication, movie, and alienation. The concept of alienation of human alienation from covering its own products of human alienation from its activities, the human alienation from nature of his humanity and human alienation from each other. Paradigm used is a critical paradigm with type a descriptive research with qualitative approach. The method used is the analysis of semiotics Roland Barthes to interpretation the scope of social alienation and fellow humans in the movie.This writing research results found that alienation of humans with other humans influenced the development of the technology and how the human it self represented of technology, not from our fellow human beings. Masyarakat modern saat ini kemajuan teknologi pada awalnya membuat efisiensi dalam kehidupan manusia. Perkembangan selanjutnya teknologi justru menenggelamkan manusia dalam suatu rutinitas dan otomatisasi kerja yang diciptakan. Keadaan itulah yang menjadi salah satu penyebab manusia terpisah dari sesama atau dunia luar dan akhirnya mengalami keterasingan. Film sebagai media massa berfungsi untuk memperoleh hiburan dan dalam film dapat terkandung fungsi informatif maupun edukatif, bahkan persuasif. Tujuan Penelitian ini dilakukan untuk mengetahui Keterasingan dalam film Wall E. Konsep-konsep yang digunakan untuk menganalisis film Wall E ini adalah komunikasi, film, dan

  2. Tværfagligt samarbejde i Retspsykiatrisk regi med udgangspunkt i et musikterapiforløb med en patient med anden etnisk baggrund

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    Tina Grøn Meisner

    2005-02-01

    Full Text Available Artiklen beskriver arbejdsgangen på en retspsykiatrisk afdeling og sætter fokus på anvendeligheden af musikterapi med retspsykiatriske patienter. I implementeringen af musikterapien har det tværfaglige samarbejde været af stor betydning. I lyset af dette sætter artiklen fokus på opstarten af et tværfagligt samarbejde hvor musikterapien er beskrevet som patientens primære behandlingstilbud, og det eneste af psykoterapeutisk karakter. På sigt skal dette samarbejde være med til at øge kvaliteten af de behandlingstilbud som gives til specielt patienter med anden etnisk baggrund. Baggrunden for det tværfaglige samarbejde har været etønske om at bryde denne patientgruppes tendens til isolation, sætte fokus på kulturelle forskelle samt at indsamle erfaring i behandlingstilgangen. Den tværfaglige gruppes erfaringer viserforeløbigt at det tværfaglige samarbejde kan være med til at sikre en løbende dialog omkring patienten, en høj faglighed, samt en planlægning af behandlingen der inddrager så mange facetter som muligt omkring patienten og herved sikrer en helhedsorienteret behandling.

  3. The use of PubMed/Medline in psychiatry. 1: Presentation of NLM and PubMed.

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    Theander, Sten S

    2006-01-01

    A comprehensive view of the available literature on a psychiatric problem can be found in the large electronic databases. Medline at the National Library of Medicine (NLM) in USA is the largest medical database. PubMed is the searchable database at the NLM, having Medline as its major content. PubMed is free of charge, barrier-free and always accessible via the Internet. This paper describes the NLM, Medline and PubMed. The indexing of scientific papers in Medline is based on Medical Subject Headings, the MeSH terms. The hierarchic tree structure of MeSH is the basis of the search and retrieval system. The present paper is the first in a series of three, intended as a tutorial on the use of PubMed for inexperienced users. Information and examples on the MeSH system, together with exercises in its use, are presented in an appendix.

  4. Electroweak bubble wall speed limit

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    Bödeker, Dietrich; Moore, Guy D.

    2017-05-01

    In extensions of the Standard Model with extra scalars, the electroweak phase transition can be very strong, and the bubble walls can be highly relativistic. We revisit our previous argument that electroweak bubble walls can "run away," that is, achieve extreme ultrarelativistic velocities γ ~ 1014. We show that, when particles cross the bubble wall, they can emit transition radiation. Wall-frame soft processes, though suppressed by a power of the coupling α, have a significance enhanced by the γ-factor of the wall, limiting wall velocities to γ ~ 1/α. Though the bubble walls can move at almost the speed of light, they carry an infinitesimal share of the plasma's energy.

  5. Inkludering av ungdom med minoritetsbakgrunn i NIF-organisert idrett

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    Mari Kristin Sisjord

    2014-10-01

    Full Text Available Norges Idrettsforbund og Olympiske og Paralympiske Komité (NIF har en uttalt målsetting om en åpen og inkluderende idrett. Hvordan kommer dette til uttrykk i den praktiske virksomheten? Denne artikkelen, som bygger på data fra en undersøkelse om likestilling og mangfold i den organiserte idretten (NIF, retter søkelyset mot arbeid med inklusjon av ungdom med minoritetsbakgrunn på ulike organisasjonsnivå i NIF: særforbund, idrettskretser og idrettslag. Datamaterialet er kvalitative intervju med representanter fra ulike organisasjonsnivå. Resultatene viser at NIFs overordnede politikk i varierende grad nedfelles i særforbundenes virksomhet, i idrettskretsene og i idrettslagene. Av særforbundene skiller Fotballforbundet og Klatreforbundet seg ut som aktive pådrivere i arbeidet med inkludering. Mange idrettslag oppfattet slike spørsmål som lite aktuelle i sitt rekrutteringsområde. Representanter for lag som hadde erfaring med inkludering og rekruttering av minoritetsungdom, tilkjennega varierte erfaringer og synspunkter.

  6. Somatic MED12 mutations in uterine leiomyosarcoma and colorectal cancer

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    Kämpjärvi, K; Mäkinen, N; Kilpivaara, O; Arola, J; Heinonen, H-R; Böhm, J; Abdel-Wahab, O; Lehtonen, H J; Pelttari, L M; Mehine, M; Schrewe, H; Nevanlinna, H; Levine, R L; Hokland, P; Böhling, T; Mecklin, J-P; Bützow, R; Aaltonen, L A; Vahteristo, P

    2012-01-01

    Background: Mediator complex participates in transcriptional regulation by connecting regulatory DNA sequences to the RNA polymerase II initiation complex. Recently, we discovered through exome sequencing that as many as 70% of uterine leiomyomas harbour specific mutations in exon 2 of mediator complex subunit 12 (MED12). In this work, we examined the role of MED12 exon 2 mutations in other tumour types. Methods: The frequency of MED12 exon 2 mutations was analysed in altogether 1158 tumours by direct sequencing. The tumour spectrum included mesenchymal tumours (extrauterine leiomyomas, endometrial polyps, lipomas, uterine leiomyosarcomas, other sarcomas, gastro-intestinal stromal tumours), hormone-dependent tumours (breast and ovarian cancers), haematological malignancies (acute myeloid leukaemias, acute lymphoid leukaemias, myeloproliferative neoplasms), and tumours associated with abnormal Wnt-signalling (colorectal cancers (CRC)). Results: Five somatic alterations were observed: three in uterine leiomyosarcomas (3/41, 7% Gly44Ser, Ala38_Leu39ins7, Glu35_Leu36delinsVal), and two in CRC (2/392, 0.5% Gly44Cys, Ala67Val). Conclusion: Somatic MED12 exon 2 mutations were observed in uterine leiomyosarcomas, suggesting that a subgroup of these malignant tumours may develop from a leiomyoma precursor. Mutations in CRC samples indicate that MED12 may, albeit rarely, contribute to CRC tumorigenesis. PMID:23132392

  7. TwiMed: Twitter and PubMed Comparable Corpus of Drugs, Diseases, Symptoms, and Their Relations.

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    Alvaro, Nestor; Miyao, Yusuke; Collier, Nigel

    2017-05-03

    Work on pharmacovigilance systems using texts from PubMed and Twitter typically target at different elements and use different annotation guidelines resulting in a scenario where there is no comparable set of documents from both Twitter and PubMed annotated in the same manner. This study aimed to provide a comparable corpus of texts from PubMed and Twitter that can be used to study drug reports from these two sources of information, allowing researchers in the area of pharmacovigilance using natural language processing (NLP) to perform experiments to better understand the similarities and differences between drug reports in Twitter and PubMed. We produced a corpus comprising 1000 tweets and 1000 PubMed sentences selected using the same strategy and annotated at entity level by the same experts (pharmacists) using the same set of guidelines. The resulting corpus, annotated by two pharmacists, comprises semantically correct annotations for a set of drugs, diseases, and symptoms. This corpus contains the annotations for 3144 entities, 2749 relations, and 5003 attributes. We present a corpus that is unique in its characteristics as this is the first corpus for pharmacovigilance curated from Twitter messages and PubMed sentences using the same data selection and annotation strategies. We believe this corpus will be of particular interest for researchers willing to compare results from pharmacovigilance systems (eg, classifiers and named entity recognition systems) when using data from Twitter and from PubMed. We hope that given the comprehensive set of drug names and the annotated entities and relations, this corpus becomes a standard resource to compare results from different pharmacovigilance studies in the area of NLP.

  8. Multiple Epiphyseal Dysplasia (MED: A Rare Type of Skeletal Dysplasia

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    Mohammad Imnul Islam

    2012-06-01

    Full Text Available Multiple epiphyseal dysplasia (MED is a congenital disorder of skeletal development that primarily affects the ends of long bones, causing progressive joint and bone inflammation and short stature. Mutations in several genes are responsible for pathogenesis of this disease. We are reporting a case of MED who presented with the complaints of multiple swelling of the joints which was associated with pain during movement for last seven years. The patient had flexion deformity of all the affected joints along with restriction of movement. These were associated with kyphosis, pectus carnitum, knock-knee and short stature. Radiological findings were suggestive of MED. Counseling was done with the parents regarding the etiology, progression and outcome of the disease.DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3329/bsmmuj.v5i1.11025 BSMMU J 2012; 5(1:57-60 

  9. Gaps in affiliation indexing in Scopus and PubMed.

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    Schmidt, Cynthia M; Cox, Roxanne; Fial, Alissa V; Hartman, Teresa L; Magee, Martha L

    2016-04-01

    The authors sought to determine whether unexpected gaps existed in Scopus's author affiliation indexing of publications written by the University of Nebraska Medical Center or Nebraska Medicine (UNMC/NM) authors during 2014. First, we compared Scopus affiliation identifier search results to PubMed affiliation keyword search results. Then, we searched Scopus using affiliation keywords (UNMC, etc.) and compared the results to PubMed affiliation keyword and Scopus affiliation identifier searches. We found that Scopus's records for approximately 7% of UNMC/NM authors' publications lacked appropriate UNMC/NM author affiliation identifiers, and many journals' publishers were supplying incomplete author affiliation information to PubMed. Institutions relying on Scopus to track their impact should determine whether Scopus's affiliation identifiers will, in fact, identify all articles published by their authors and investigators.

  10. Gaps in affiliation indexing in Scopus and PubMed

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    Cynthia M. Schmidt, MD, MLS

    2016-11-01

    Full Text Available Objective: The authors sought to determine whether unexpected gaps existed in Scopus’s author affiliation indexing of publications written by the University of Nebraska Medical Center or Nebraska Medicine (UNMC/NM authors during 2014. Methods: First, we compared Scopus affiliation identifier search results to PubMed affiliation keyword search results. Then, we searched Scopus using affiliation keywords (UNMC, etc. and compared the results to PubMed affiliation keyword and Scopus affiliation identifier searches. Results: We found that Scopus’s records for approximately 7% of UNMC/NM authors’ publications lacked appropriate UNMC/NM author affiliation identifiers, and many journals’ publishers were supplying incomplete author affiliation information to PubMed. Conclusions: Institutions relying on Scopus to track their impact should determine whether Scopus’s affiliation identifiers will, in fact, identify all articles published by their authors and investigators.

  11. Death, dying and informatics: misrepresenting religion on MedLine.

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    Rodríguez Del Pozo, Pablo; Fins, Joseph J

    2005-07-01

    The globalization of medical science carries for doctors worldwide a correlative duty to deepen their understanding of patients' cultural contexts and religious backgrounds, in order to satisfy each as a unique individual. To become better informed, practitioners may turn to MedLine, but it is unclear whether the information found there is an accurate representation of culture and religion. To test MedLine's representation of this field, we chose the topic of death and dying in the three major monotheistic religions. We searched MedLine using PubMed in order to retrieve and thematically analyze full-length scholarly journal papers or case reports dealing with religious traditions and end-of-life care. Our search consisted of a string of words that included the most common denominations of the three religions, the standard heading terms used by the National Reference Center for Bioethics Literature (NRCBL), and the Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) used by the National Library of Medicine. Eligible articles were limited to English-language papers with an abstract. We found that while a bibliographic search in MedLine on this topic produced instant results and some valuable literature, the aggregate reflected a selection bias. American writers were over-represented given the global prevalence of these religious traditions. Denominationally affiliated authors predominated in representing the Christian traditions. The Islamic tradition was under-represented. MedLine's capability to identify the most current, reliable and accurate information about purely scientific topics should not be assumed to be the same case when considering the interface of religion, culture and end-of-life care.

  12. Comparison of PubMed and Google Scholar literature searches.

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    Anders, Michael E; Evans, Dennis P

    2010-05-01

    Literature searches are essential to evidence-based respiratory care. To conduct literature searches, respiratory therapists rely on search engines to retrieve information, but there is a dearth of literature on the comparative efficiencies of search engines for researching clinical questions in respiratory care. To compare PubMed and Google Scholar search results for clinical topics in respiratory care to that of a benchmark. We performed literature searches with PubMed and Google Scholar, on 3 clinical topics. In PubMed we used the Clinical Queries search filter. In Google Scholar we used the search filters in the Advanced Scholar Search option. We used the reference list of a related Cochrane Collaboration evidence-based systematic review as the benchmark for each of the search results. We calculated recall (sensitivity) and precision (positive predictive value) with 2 x 2 contingency tables. We compared the results with the chi-square test of independence and Fisher's exact test. PubMed and Google Scholar had similar recall for both overall search results (71% vs 69%) and full-text results (43% vs 51%). PubMed had better precision than Google Scholar for both overall search results (13% vs 0.07%, P searches with the Clinical Queries filter are more precise than with the Advanced Scholar Search in Google Scholar for respiratory care topics. PubMed appears to be more practical to conduct efficient, valid searches for informing evidence-based patient-care protocols, for guiding the care of individual patients, and for educational purposes.

  13. Yrkesforberedelse eller fagopplæring med fagbrev? Med design og håndverk som kontekst

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    Bjørn Magne Aakre

    2013-09-01

    Full Text Available Artikkelen drøfter forholdet mellom yrkesforberedelse og fagopplæring med utgangspunkt i den kombinerte studieretningen formgivingsfag som ble innført i Norge i 1994. I 2006 ble den delt i et programfag under studiespesialiserende fag, og et nytt yrkesfaglig program med betegnelse design og håndverk. Hvilke interesser lå til grunn for endringene, hvor dyptgripende ble de og hvilke overveieleser kan en gjøre i ettertid om forholdet mellom yrkesforberedelse og fagopplæring? Artikkelen søker å svare på spørsmålene ut fra relevante dokumenter og to kvantitative undersøkelser med elever og lærere som informanter. Artikkelen konkluderer med at innholdet forble nokså likt, antall elever ble halvert og at frafallet økte. Det konkluderes videre med at mange forhold bidrar til å legitimere et fag og dets innhold som henholdsvis skolefag, vitenskapsfag eller yrkesfag. Legitimeringen preges ofte av motstridende motiver og interesser, og sjelden bare faglige begrunnelser.

  14. Musikterapi til reduktion af agitation hos personer med demens

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    Ridder, Hanne Mette Ochsner; Stige, Brynjulf

    2015-01-01

    Urolig adfærd hos demensramte på plejehjem kan defineres og måles med fagbegrebet agitation. Agitation har alvorlige konsekvenser for de berørte og kan føre til fald i livskvalitet og øget medicinering hos personer med svær demens, og kan ligeledes føre til udbrændthed hos omsorgsgivere. Agitation....... The concept agitation is used professionally to define and measure disturbing behaviours in people with severe dementia. The causes are multiple and include factors in the psychosocial environment, which suggests that treatment should be holistic and interdisciplinary and not limited to symptom management...

  15. Fytoremediering af forurening med olie- og tjæreprodukter

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    Karlson, Ulrich; Nielsen, Mette; Trapp, Stefan

    , BTEX, alkaner og desuden et mindre afsnit om MTBE, da dette stof også er en problematisk bestanddel i benzin. Denne fokusering i projektet betyder ikke, at man kun bruger fytoremediering til oprensning af organisk forurening, da teknologien ligeledes er forsøgt anvendt til at oprense uorganiske...... nuværende viden. Arbejdet med dette projekt er et samarbejde mellem Afdeling for Mikrobiel Økologi og Bioteknologi på Danmarks Miljøundersøgelser og Institut for Miljøteknologi på Danmarks Tekniske Universitet. Tak til Steward Strand, University of Washington, for hjælp med afsnit om MTBE....

  16. Selvforsyning med øko-mineraler og -vitaminer

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    Sehested, Jakob; Jensen, Søren Krogh; Søegaard, Karen

    2010-01-01

    Forskere ved DJF har vist, at det er muligt at opnå et tilstrækkeligt indhold af vitaminer og mineraler i foderrationen til økologiske malkekøer ved at anvende hjemmedyrkede grovfodermidler med en høj andel af mineral- og vitaminrige, grønne fodermidler. Udgivelsesdato: oktober......Forskere ved DJF har vist, at det er muligt at opnå et tilstrækkeligt indhold af vitaminer og mineraler i foderrationen til økologiske malkekøer ved at anvende hjemmedyrkede grovfodermidler med en høj andel af mineral- og vitaminrige, grønne fodermidler. Udgivelsesdato: oktober...

  17. Musikkarbeid med palestinske flyktningebarn i Libanon. Et community music perspektiv

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    Brøske-Danielsen, Brit Ågot; Storsve, Vegar Richter

    2016-01-01

    Med utgangspunkt i et musikkprosjekt for palestinske flyktningbarn i flyktningleiren Rashedieh i Sør-Libanon ønsker vi i denne teksten å rette fokus mot det musikalske fellesskapet som er utviklet i Rashedieh, med særlig vekt på et musikalsk materiale og metodisk konsept vi har utviklet, som vi kaller for flerbruksarrangement. Teksten tar utgangspunkt i følgende problemstilling: På hvilke måter kan konseptet flerbruksarrangement bidra til å inkludere flyktningbarn i et musikalsk fellesskap? E...

  18. USPEŠNOST KOMUNIKACIJSKIH PROCESOV MED ODDELKI V ORGANIZACIJI X

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    Gavrić, Manojla

    2011-01-01

    Diplomska naloga prikazuje uspešnost komunikacijskih procesov med oddelki v podjetju X. V želji za doseganje čim boljših poslovnih rezultatov je izrednega pomena dobra medsebojna komunikacija. Za lažje sporazumevanje med oddelki v podjetju X mora komunikacija potekati nemoteno in sproščeno. Komunikacija mora biti obojestranska in učinkovita, kar pomeni, da moramo dobro poznati in obvladati metode in tehnike ter oblike komuniciranja. Spremljati moramo tudi povratne informacije in se na...

  19. #IrishMed; let's talk, and break down the barriers

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    Farrell, Liam

    2017-01-01

    A tweetchat is a live Twitter event, moderated and focused around a  specific topic. To filter all the chatter on Twitter into a single conversation, a hashtag e.g #IrishMed, is used. A moderator or host sets the agenda and leads the discussion.#IrishMed https://irishmed.wordpress.com/ is a live twitter-driven event which takes place every Wednesday at 10 pm Irish time, 5 pm ET, lasting for one hour, on all things relating to medicine. Tweets are welcome from everyone, healthcare professional...

  20. LactMed-new NLM database on drugs and lactation.

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    Tomasulo, Patricia

    2007-01-01

    LactMed, released in the spring of 2006, is a new peer-reviewed database from the Specialized Information Services division of the National Library of Medicine that is accessible free of charge through the TOXNET suite of databases. As its name indicates, Lact- Med provides information on medicines used during lactation along with data on the levels of these drugs in breast milk and infant blood, the potential effects on the breastfed infants, and possible alternatives to these drugs. doi:10.1300/J115v26n01_05.

  1. Hvordan lykkes med reklame på Facebook?

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    Selnes, Fred; Staude, Cecilie

    2017-01-01

    Versjon i BI Brage er som publisert i tidsskriftets papirutgave. Forlagets e-utgave er tilgjengelig fra www.magma.no I denne artikkelen redegjør vi for hvordan bedrifter bør jobbe for å lykkes med reklame på Facebook. En undersøkelse blant brukere av Facebook viser at de fleste er negative til reklame på Facebook og er bekymret for at Facebook skal misbruke personlig informasjon. Likevel finnes det en relativt stor gruppe med brukere av Facebook som opplever reklamen her som mer relevant o...

  2. Hvad skete der med arbejdstiden i Folkeskolen efter Ok13?

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    Hansen, Nana Wesley

    2017-01-01

    Lovindgrebet i lærerkonflikten i 2013 ændrede fundamentalt på arbejdstiden på landets Folkeskoler. Flere kommuner har dog siden indgået lokale arbejdstidsaftaler med lærerne. En ny undersøgelse fra FAOS tegner et billede af udviklingen.......Lovindgrebet i lærerkonflikten i 2013 ændrede fundamentalt på arbejdstiden på landets Folkeskoler. Flere kommuner har dog siden indgået lokale arbejdstidsaftaler med lærerne. En ny undersøgelse fra FAOS tegner et billede af udviklingen....

  3. Moisture Research - Optimizing Wall Assemblies

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    Arena, Lois [Consortium for Advanced Residential Buildings (CARB), Norwalk, CT (United States); Mantha, Pallavi [Consortium for Advanced Residential Buildings (CARB), Norwalk, CT (United States)

    2013-05-01

    In this project, the Consortium for Advanced Residential Buildings (CARB) team evaluated several different configurations of wall assemblies to determine the accuracy of moisture modeling and make recommendations to ensure durable, efficient assemblies. WUFI and THERM were used to model the hygrothermal and heat transfer characteristics of these walls. Wall assemblies evaluated included code minimum walls using spray foam insulation and fiberglass batts, high R-value walls at least 12 in. thick (R-40 and R-60 assemblies), and brick walls with interior insulation.

  4. Yrkesforberedelse eller fagopplæring med fagbrev? Med design og håndverk som kontekst

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    Bjørn Magne Aakre

    2013-01-01

    Artikkelen drøfter forholdet mellom yrkesforberedelse og fagopplæring med utgangspunkt i den kombinerte studieretningen formgivingsfag som ble innført i Norge i 1994. I 2006 ble den delt i et programfag under studiespesialiserende fag, og et nytt yrkesfaglig program med betegnelse design og håndverk. Hvilke interesser lå til grunn for endringene, hvor dyptgripende ble de og hvilke overveieleser kan en gjøre i ettertid om forholdet mellom yrkesforberedelse og fagopplæring? Artikkelen søker å s...

  5. Concern noted: A descriptive study of editorial expressions of concern in PubMed and PubMed Central.

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    Vaught, Melissa; Jordan, Diana C; Bastian, Hilda

    2017-01-01

    An editorial expression of concern (EEoC) is issued by editors or publishers to draw attention to potential problems in a publication, without itself constituting a retraction or correction. We searched PubMed, PubMed Central (PMC), and Google Scholar to identify EEoCs issued for publications in PubMed and PMC up to 22 August 2016. We also searched the archives of the Retraction Watch blog, some journal and publisher websites, and studies of EEoCs. In addition, we searched for retractions of EEoCs and affected articles in PubMed up to 8 December 2016. We analyzed overall historical trends, as well as reported reasons and subsequent editorial actions related to EEoCs issued between August 2014 and August 2016. After screening 5,076 records, we identified 230 EEoCs that affect 300 publications indexed in PubMed, the earliest issued in 1985. Half of the primary EEoCs were issued between 2014 and 2016 (52%). We found evidence of some EEoCs that had been removed by the publisher without leaving a record and some were not submitted for PubMed or PMC indexing. A minority of publications affected by EEoCs had been retracted by early December 2016 (25%). For the subset of 92 EEoCs issued between August 2014 and August 2016, affecting 99 publications, the rate of retraction was similar (29%). The majority of EEoCs were issued because of concerns with validity of data, methods, or interpretation of the publication (68%), and 31% of cases remained open. Issues with images were raised in 40% of affected publications. Ongoing monitoring after the study identified another 17 EEoCs to year's end in 2016, increasing the number of EEoCs to 247 and publications in PubMed known to be affected by EEoCs to 320 at the end of 2016. EEoCs have been rare publishing events in the biomedical literature, but their use has been increasing. Most have not led to retractions, and many remain unresolved. Lack of prominence and inconsistencies in management of EEoCs reduce the ability of these

  6. High-R Walls for Remodeling: Wall Cavity Moisture Monitoring

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    Wiehagen, J.; Kochkin, V.

    2012-12-01

    The focus of the study is on the performance of wall systems, and in particular, the moisture characteristics inside the wall cavity and in the wood sheathing. Furthermore, while this research will initially address new home construction, the goal is to address potential moisture issues in wall cavities of existing homes when insulation and air sealing improvements are made.

  7. High-R Walls for Remodeling. Wall Cavity Moisture Monitoring

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    Wiehagen, J. [NAHB Research Center Industry Partnership, Upper Marlboro, MD (United States); Kochkin, V. [NAHB Research Center Industry Partnership, Upper Marlboro, MD (United States)

    2012-12-01

    The focus of the study is on the performance of wall systems, and in particular, the moisture characteristics inside the wall cavity and in the wood sheathing. Furthermore, while this research will initially address new home construction, the goal is to address potential moisture issues in wall cavities of existing homes when insulation and air sealing improvements are made.

  8. Specialiserede tilbud til borgere med handicap - efter reformen

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    Bonfils, Inge Storgaard; Permin Berger, Nichlas

    Som en del af kommunalreformen fik kommunerne i 2007 det fulde ansvar for handicapområdet. AKF har i 2006-2010 undersøgt, hvilke forandringer brugere, medarbejdere og ledere på specialtilbuddene oplevede i forbindelse med reformen. Undersøgelsen viser, at brugerne kun har oplevet få eller ingen æ...

  9. Javnost v parkih – med opazovanjem in delovanjem. Primer Pariza

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    Michèle Jolé

    2008-01-01

    Full Text Available Kako naj v načrtovanje ter izgradnjo javnih parkov in vrtov vključimo tudi družbeno dimenzijo? Oziroma natančneje, kako naj uporabnikom in urbanitom določimo vlogo v projektih javnih parkov? Naša hipoteza je, da imajo družbene vede v povezavi s krajani dve vlogi – spoznavno vlogo, ki v civilni družbi opisuje rabo in družbeno dinamiko na delovnem mestu, ter vlogo posrednika (mediatorja med prebivalci in projektanti, predstavniki gradbene industrije ter vzdrževalci parkov. Obe vlogi sta med seboj tesno povezani, in sicer zaradi velike pozornosti, posvečene lokacijam. To pa zahteva empirično obravnavo. Ta je v tem članku etnografska. Metodologijo, ki jo v Parizu uporabljajo že več let, preverjamo z različnimi ameriškimi tehnikami. V članku bomo obravnavali dva primera, in sicer parka Parc Floral de Paris in Les Jardins d’Eole. Sociologijo so vsakič uporabili drugače. Modeli, ki so jih družboslovci uporabili pri obravnavanju parkov, kažejo, da bi morali razmisliti o novi »razdelitvi nalog« med različnimi udeleženci projekta, tudi med prebivalci, ki so hkrati uporabniki in državljani.

  10. Socialpædagogik - et arbejdsfelt med paradokser

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    2013-01-01

    Artiklen er en oversat og let bearbejdet udgave af professor Hans Thiersch med titlen: Sozialpädagogik - Handeln in Widersprüchen? Artiklens elementer: 1. Socialstaten som princip og socialt arbejde 2. Koncepter for det socialpædagogiske arbejde 3. Struktur og åbenhed i det socialpædagogiske...

  11. Aktivistisk med forbehold? Danmark, EU og den amerikanske verdensorden

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    Wivel, Anders

    2017-01-01

    I hvilken grad og hvordan kan dansk europapolitik tolkes som aktivistisk? Dansk europapolitik er karakteriseret ved stor kontinuitet med en kombination af pragmatisk interessevaretagelse og forsøg på dagsordensættende indflydelsesmaksimering på udvalgte værdipolitiske områder. Samtidig er europap...

  12. Symboltanker og symbolhandlinger i forbindelse med alvorlig sygdom

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    Lorentzen, Vibeke

    2007-01-01

    Denne artikel er blevet til på baggrund af et indlæg, jeg holdt på konferencen Interpersonal Relationships in Nursing i 2006 i Århus. Artiklen er et komprimeret resumé af min ph.d.-afhandling Symboltanker og symbolhandlinger som fænomen i forbindelse med alvorlig sygdom (1), der skal ses som en...

  13. Hvad skal vi med skønlitteraturen?

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    Bundsgaard, Jeppe; Oksbjerg, Marianne

    2012-01-01

    didaktiske læremidler, der produceres i disse år, lægges der ikke op til en udnyttelse af skønlitteraturens potentiale for at danne eleverne til demokratiske borgere. I denne artikel beskriver vi, hvad der er galt med læremidlerne. Desuden skitserer vi kriterier for formulering af elevopgaver, der lægger op...

  14. Opfølgende hjemmebesøg med video

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    Wentzer, Helle

    Denne publikation beskriver erfaringerne fra et udviklingsprojekt, hvor opfølgende hjemmebesøg kombineres med videokonference-teknologi. Projektet har bestået i at gennemføre et eksperiment, hvor video benyttes til at mediere samtalen mellem læge, hjemmesygeplejerske og den ældre medicinske patient...

  15. Dilemmaer i musikterapeutisk behandling af en traumatiseret flygtning med musikerbaggrund

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    Beck, Bolette Daniels

    2016-01-01

    Denne artikel præsenterer et single case-studie af et receptivt musikterapiforløb med en 55-årig syrisk flygtning, som har været udsat for fængsling og tortur på grund af sine aktiviteter som protestsanger og musiker. Der beskrives problemstillinger og dilemmaer relateret til at anvende musik, der...

  16. Selektive utfordringer ved assistert befruktning for personer med Klinefelter syndrom

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    Bjørn Hofmann

    2008-05-01

    Full Text Available Ny bioteknologi gir nye muligheter som har vist seg å være moralsk utfordrende. Det gjelder særlig innenfor menneskelig reproduksjon, der denne teknologien er spesielt potent. Med virkeliggjøringen av antikkens drøm om å kunne påvirke fremtidige barns egenskaper følger en rekke vanskelige valg. I analysen av og debatten om slike valg har man forsøkt å skille mellom tilvalg og fravalg med hensyn på bestemte egenskaper. Ett konkret eksempel er hvorvidt personer med Klinefelter syndrom skal tilbys assistert befruktning, og det illustrerer at slike skiller kanskje ikke er så dekkende eller viktige for den etiske debatten som man kan få inntrykk av. Andre grunnleggende problemstillinger synes vel så påtrengende. Det betyr ikke at vi må forkaste seleksjonsmodellen. Eksemplet med Klinefelter syndrom stimulerer derimot til å revidere og utvikle den, og det gir føringer for hvordan modellen kan nyanseres og anvendes ut over skillet mellom tilvalg og fravalg. Denne revisjonen kan redusere seleksjonsproblematikkens polemiske kraft, men kanskje også øke dens anvendelse for etikk i praksis.http://dx.doi.org/10.5324/eip.v2i1.1690

  17. Infektion med TBE-virus i Danmark 2013-2016

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    Ocias, L. F.; Petersen, A.; Krogfelt, K.A.

    2017-01-01

    symptomer (”sommerinfluenza”), som efter en til to uger forsvinder igen. Hos ca. en tredjedel progredierer sygdommen med symptomer fra nervesystemet i form af encephalitis, meningitis eller meningoencephalitis. TBE kan hos børn resultere i sequelae i form af lammelser, neuropsykiatriske symptomer og...

  18. Miljødata for bygningsdele med alternative isoleringsmaterialer

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    Holleris Petersen, E.; Dinesen, J.

    Rapporten dokumenterer metode- og datagrundlaget for beregning af miljødata for 20 bygningsdele med alternative isoleringsmaterialer, som er indlagt i databasen i miljøvurderingsværktøjet BEAT 2001. Desuden præsenteres fire af bygningsdelene i miljøskemaer i rapporten. Miljøskemaerne giver en...

  19. 9 ikke-narkotikapolitiske faktorer med beskyttende indflydelse

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    Jourdan, Michael

    2007-01-01

    Sverige er verdensmester i lav prævalens. Det kan skyldes den førte narkotikapolitik. Men det kan i følge Tim Boekhut van Solinge også skyldes ikke narkotikapolitiske faktorer med beskyttende indflydelse. 9 sådanne præsenteres byggende på bogen: 'The Swedish System - an in-depth review and analysis...

  20. Tilgængelighed i forbindelse med ombygning

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    Grangaard, Sidse; Pedersen, Lars Schmidt

    Rapporten undersøger, hvordan tilgængelighed løses ved ombygningen af et eksisterende byggeri. Når der skal etableres tilgængelighed for personer med handicap ved ombygninger af eksisterende byggeri, kan det give arkitektoniske og byggetekniske udfordringer. Det undersøger denne rapport gennem et...

  1. Udvikling af antistoffer efter vaccination mod og podning med PRRSV

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    Sonne Kristensen, Charlotte; Qvist Pawlowski, Mia; Thoning, Henrik

    SEGES Videncenter for Svineproduktion har undersøgt, om det er muligt at opnå den samme udvikling i antistoffer i grise, der var dobbelt-vaccineret med MLV-vaccine mod både PRRSV Type 1 og Type 2 samtidig, sammenlignet med grise, der kun havde fået den ene af vaccinerne. Ud fra forsøget kan vi...... konkludere, at det er muligt at vaccinere med begge PRRS vacciner på samme tid og opnå antistofsvar for begge typer PRRSV. Husk dog altid at give forskellige vacciner i hver sin side af nakken. Blodprøver fra grisene viste, at de havde dannet antistoffer og blev positive i ELISA-testen for PRRSV Type 1 21......-35 dage og PRRSV Type 2 6-14 dage efter vaccination. I IPT-testen testede grisene positive 6-14 dage efter vaccination. Den østeuropæiske PRRSV Type 1 subtype 2 (PRRSV Type Øst), som 1/3 af grisene blev podet med, gav ligeledes anledning til antistofudvikling, der kunne måles i både ELISA-EU og ELISA...

  2. Model for de sundhedsfaglige uddannelser med udgangspunkt i radiografuddannelsen

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    Hansen, Susanne Hjorth; Debess, Jeanne Elisabeth; Egekvist, Christina

    2012-01-01

    FlexVid i radiografuddannelsen har afsæt i radiografundervisernes erfaringer med at tilrettelægge og gennemføre undervisning i en kombination af fysisk og virtuel, synkron og asynkron tilstedeværelse. Radiografundervisernes fokus på varieret tilrettelæggelse af undervisning blev tydeliggjort gennem...

  3. One Health – Transdisziplinarität bei ZB MED

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    Seidlmayer, Eva

    2017-12-01

    Full Text Available By supporting disciplinary and interdisciplinary research in the fields of medicine, health care, nutritional, environmental and agricultural sciences ZB MED enables an integrated view on human health. The poster focuses on approach as well as as the underlying concepts. Additionally, the poster presents services for transdisciplinary research in the life sciences.

  4. PubMed Central Canada: Beyond an Open Access Repository?

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    Nariani, Rajiv

    2013-01-01

    PubMed Central Canada (PMC Canada) represents a partnership between the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the National Research Council's Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information (NRC-CISTI), and the National Library of Medicine of the US. The present study was done to gauge faculty awareness about the CIHR Policy on…

  5. SBI-lavenergihus model 79 - med 410 mm hulmur

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    Blach, K.; Kjær, B.

    I notatet beskrives et eenfamiliehus i 1½ etage med meget kraftig isolering. Isoleringsniveauet ligger ca. 30% over, hvad der kræves, selv i henhold til de skærpede krav i Bygningsreglement 1977. Huset er projekteret og bygget i 1977-1978 og indflyttet i sommeren 1978. Der er i notatet især lagt...

  6. Et søjle-plade betonelementsystem med compresit samlinger

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    Jensen, Bodil Kristine; Aarup, B.; Hansen, Lars Pilegaard

    2000-01-01

    søljer, hvis hovedarmering ligeledes indstøbes i samlingen med pladeelementerne. Herved kan søjlerne indspændes og ved moderate vandrette påvirkninger (=moderat bygningshøjde) vil afstivende vægge kunne undværes. Byggesystemet er anvendt ved byggeri (Aalborg Universitet) i to etager, hvor...

  7. Bilingvale ordbøger med dansk og ungarsk

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    Pálfi, Loránd-Levente; Stokholm, Erzsébet; Tarp, Sven

    2010-01-01

    Bilingval leksikografi med dansk og ungarsk er et meget sjældent behandlet emne i Norden. Så vidt vi ved, er der endnu ikke blevet udgivet noget videnskabelig litteratur (heller ikke anden slags litteratur) om emnet nogensinde på dansk. Motivationen til nærværende artikel, som er et pionérarbejde...

  8. Senior medical students' appraisal of CanMEDS competencies.

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    Rademakers, J.; Rooy, N. de; Cate, O.T.J. ten

    2007-01-01

    CONTEXT: In 2003 the Dutch Central College of Medical Specialties presented guidelines for the modernisation of all medical specialty training programmes in the Netherlands. These guidelines are based to a large extent on the CanMEDS (Canadian Medical Education Directives for Specialists) 2000

  9. Aktiv online læring med E-tiviteter

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    Schneider, Maria Viftrup

    2016-01-01

    Designe e-tiviteter i vidensøgning og dertilhørende læringsobjekter. Udvikling af didaktikken ift blended learning., med anvendelse af Gilly Salmons E-tivities model som ramme for design af studieaktiviteter. Læringsprodukter hører under læringskoncepterne Undervisningsloop, Peer assessment og...... Flipped classroom....

  10. Aktiv online læring med E-tiviteter

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    Schneider, Maria Viftrup

    Designe e-tiviteter i vidensøgning og dertilhørende læringsobjekter. Udvikling af didaktikken ift blended learning., med anvendelse af Gilly Salmons E-tivities model som ramme for design af studieaktiviteter. Læringsprodukter hører under læringskoncepterne Undervisningsloop, Peer assessment og...

  11. Frakturerede fortænder – behandling med direkte plast

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    Pallesen, Ulla; van Dijken, Jan WV

    2018-01-01

    Kompositte plastmaterialer og adhæsivteknik har gjort det muligt at restaurere frakturerede fortænder med minimal risiko for pulpale og parodontale komplikationer hos både børn og voksne. Behandlingen kan udføres umiddelbart efter traumet, hvis skaden ikke involverer parodontium eller knogle. Kla...

  12. Folkeretlige problemstillinger i forbindelse med konflikten mellem Ukraine og Rusland

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    Buhl, Kenneth Øhlenschlæger

    Konflikten mellem Ukraine og Rusland udgør en trussel mod den internationale retsorden og dermed også hele den europæiske orden. Med henblik på at give et grundlag for at forstå omfanget af dette aspekt af konflikten behandles her lovligheden af nogle af de handlinger, som har været konfliktens...

  13. Ledelse med social kapital giver høj produktivitet

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    Edwards, Kasper; Møller, Niels; Kristensen, Tage Søndergård

    Nykredit har i perioden 2008 til 2012 deltaget i et forskningsprojekt i samarbejde med DTU, CBS og NFA. Projektets formål har været at undersøge sammenhænge mellem produktivitet og psykisk arbejdsmiljø i Nykredits privatkundecentre (i daglig tale SaPPA-projektet). Projektet har benyttet et...

  14. Med hjerne og hjerte - et aktionsforskningsprojekt om demensomsorg

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    Hansen, Helle Krogh; Rasmussen, Else Marie

    om værdier; individuelle interviews (8 pårørende og 3 frivillige); to kernekvalitetsundersøgelser (4 medarbejdere undersøgte kvaliteter og værdier ud fra D. Ofmans teori om kernekvaliteter); en kernekvalitetsundersøgelse i samarbejde med lederen; SWOT-analyser, udarbejdelse og analyse af...

  15. Student employment opportunities within ORD, with an emphasis on MED

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    This is a talk to undergraduate Juniors and Seniors in the UW-Madison School of Pharmacy's Pharm/Tox program about student employment opportunities w/in ORD such as SSC, ORISE, etc. wtih an emphasis on MED. I would classify as this as Outreach: how to navigate EPA websites to f...

  16. IVAN POTRČ V LJUBLJANSKI DRAMI: MED ROKOPISOM, NATISOM IN UPRIZORITVIJO

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    Bizjak, Anita

    2011-01-01

    Povzetek V diplomski nalogi sem obravnavala štiri Potrčeve drame (Lacko in Krefli, Krefli, Kreflova kmetija, Na hudi dan si zmerom sam), in sicer so me zanimale spremembe na relaciji med tipkopisom (rokopisom) za uprizoritev in knjižno izdajo

  17. DIELECTRIC WALL ACCELERATOR TECHNOLOGY

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    Sampayan, S; Caporaso, G; Chen, Y; Harris, J; Hawkins, S; Holmes, C; Nelson, S; Poole, B; Rhodes, M; Sanders, D; Sullivan, J; Wang, L; Watson, J

    2007-10-18

    The dielectric wall accelerator (DWA) is a compact pulsed power device where the pulse forming lines, switching, and vacuum wall are integrated into a single compact geometry. For this effort, we initiated a extensive compact pulsed power development program and have pursued the study of switching (gas, oil, laser induced surface flashover and photoconductive), dielectrics (ceramics and nanoparticle composites), pulse forming line topologies (asymmetric and symmetric Blumleins and zero integral pulse forming lines), and multilayered vacuum insulator (HGI) technology. Finally, we fabricated an accelerator cell for test on ETAII (a 5.5 MeV, 2 kA, 70 ns pulsewidth electron beam accelerator). We review our past results and report on the progress of accelerator cell testing.

  18. Partial domain wall partition functions

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    Foda, O; Wheeler, M

    2012-01-01

    We consider six-vertex model configurations on an (n × N) lattice, n ≤ N, that satisfy a variation on domain wall boundary conditions that we define and call partial domain wall boundary conditions...

  19. Scalable Resolution Display Walls

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    Leigh, Jason

    2013-01-01

    This article will describe the progress since 2000 on research and development in 2-D and 3-D scalable resolution display walls that are built from tiling individual lower resolution flat panel displays. The article will describe approaches and trends in display hardware construction, middleware architecture, and user-interaction design. The article will also highlight examples of use cases and the benefits the technology has brought to their respective disciplines. © 1963-2012 IEEE.

  20. Light shining through walls

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    Redondo, Javier [Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg (Germany); Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik, Muenchen (Germany); Ringwald, Andreas [Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron (DESY), Hamburg (Germany)

    2010-11-15

    Shining light through walls? At first glance this sounds crazy. However, very feeble gravitational and electroweak effects allow for this exotic possibility. Unfortunately, with present and near future technologies the opportunity to observe light shining through walls via these effects is completely out of question. Nevertheless there are quite a number of experimental collaborations around the globe involved in this quest. Why are they doing it? Are there additional ways of sending photons through opaque matter? Indeed, various extensions of the standard model of particle physics predict the existence of new particles called WISPs - extremely weakly interacting slim particles. Photons can convert into these hypothetical particles, which have no problems to penetrate very dense materials, and these can reconvert into photons after their passage - as if light was effectively traversing walls. We review this exciting field of research, describing the most important WISPs, the present and future experiments, the indirect hints from astrophysics and cosmology pointing to the existence of WISPs, and finally outlining the consequences that the discovery of WISPs would have. (orig.)

  1. Microfluidics with fluid walls.

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    Walsh, Edmond J; Feuerborn, Alexander; Wheeler, James H R; Tan, Ann Na; Durham, William M; Foster, Kevin R; Cook, Peter R

    2017-10-10

    Microfluidics has great potential, but the complexity of fabricating and operating devices has limited its use. Here we describe a method - Freestyle Fluidics - that overcomes many key limitations. In this method, liquids are confined by fluid (not solid) walls. Aqueous circuits with any 2D shape are printed in seconds on plastic or glass Petri dishes; then, interfacial forces pin liquids to substrates, and overlaying an immiscible liquid prevents evaporation. Confining fluid walls are pliant and resilient; they self-heal when liquids are pipetted through them. We drive flow through a wide range of circuits passively by manipulating surface tension and hydrostatic pressure, and actively using external pumps. Finally, we validate the technology with two challenging applications - triggering an inflammatory response in human cells and chemotaxis in bacterial biofilms. This approach provides a powerful and versatile alternative to traditional microfluidics.The complexity of fabricating and operating microfluidic devices limits their use. Walsh et al. describe a method in which circuits are printed as quickly and simply as writing with a pen, and liquids in them are confined by fluid instead of solid walls.

  2. Wall Street som kreationistisk forkynder

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    Ekman, Susanne

    2016-01-01

    Artiklen gennemgår Karen Hos etnografi om Wall Street: "Liquidated: An ethnography of Wall Street" set i lyset af den offentlige debat vedrørende Goldman Sachs opkøb af Dong......Artiklen gennemgår Karen Hos etnografi om Wall Street: "Liquidated: An ethnography of Wall Street" set i lyset af den offentlige debat vedrørende Goldman Sachs opkøb af Dong...

  3. Domain walls on the brane

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    Bergshoeff, E; van der Schaar, JP; Papadopoulos, G

    1998-01-01

    We show that all branes admit worldvolume domain wall solutions. We find one class of solutions for which the tension of the brane changes discontinuously along the domain wall. These solutions are not supersymmetric. We argue that there is another class of domain wall solutions which is

  4. Build an Interactive Word Wall

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    Jackson, Julie

    2018-01-01

    Word walls visually display important vocabulary covered during class. Although teachers have often been encouraged to post word walls in their classrooms, little information is available to guide them. This article describes steps science teachers can follow to transform traditional word walls into interactive teaching tools. It also describes a…

  5. Molded Concrete Center Mine Wall

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    Lewis, E. V.

    1987-01-01

    Proposed semiautomatic system forms concrete-foam wall along middle of coal-mine passage. Wall helps support roof and divides passage into two conduits needed for ventilation of coal face. Mobile mold and concrete-foam generator form sections of wall in place.

  6. Indoor climbing walls in Prague

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    Schwarzová, Veronika

    2012-01-01

    This work presents the indoor climbing walls in climbing centers for the public in Prague. It creates an overview of qualitative and quantitative characteristics of indoor climbing walls in Prague. Thesis allowing ordinary users and the general public interested in climbing easier selection of the appropriate climbing wall according on their level, the safety requirements, background, but also the place of residence.

  7. Cell wall biology: perspectives from cell wall imaging.

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    Lee, Kieran J D; Marcus, Susan E; Knox, J Paul

    2011-03-01

    Polysaccharide-rich plant cell walls are important biomaterials that underpin plant growth, are major repositories for photosynthetically accumulated carbon, and, in addition, impact greatly on the human use of plants. Land plant cell walls contain in the region of a dozen major polysaccharide structures that are mostly encompassed by cellulose, hemicelluloses, and pectic polysaccharides. During the evolution of land plants, polysaccharide diversification appears to have largely involved structural elaboration and diversification within these polysaccharide groups. Cell wall chemistry is well advanced and a current phase of cell wall science is aimed at placing the complex polysaccharide chemistry in cellular contexts and developing a detailed understanding of cell wall biology. Imaging cell wall glycomes is a challenging area but recent developments in the establishment of cell wall molecular probe panels and their use in high throughput procedures are leading to rapid advances in the molecular understanding of the spatial heterogeneity of individual cell walls and also cell wall differences at taxonomic levels. The challenge now is to integrate this knowledge of cell wall heterogeneity with an understanding of the molecular and physiological mechanisms that underpin cell wall properties and functions.

  8. Left ventricular wall stress compendium.

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    Zhong, L; Ghista, D N; Tan, R S

    2012-01-01

    Left ventricular (LV) wall stress has intrigued scientists and cardiologists since the time of Lame and Laplace in 1800s. The left ventricle is an intriguing organ structure, whose intrinsic design enables it to fill and contract. The development of wall stress is intriguing to cardiologists and biomedical engineers. The role of left ventricle wall stress in cardiac perfusion and pumping as well as in cardiac pathophysiology is a relatively unexplored phenomenon. But even for us to assess this role, we first need accurate determination of in vivo wall stress. However, at this point, 150 years after Lame estimated left ventricle wall stress using the elasticity theory, we are still in the exploratory stage of (i) developing left ventricle models that properly represent left ventricle anatomy and physiology and (ii) obtaining data on left ventricle dynamics. In this paper, we are responding to the need for a comprehensive survey of left ventricle wall stress models, their mechanics, stress computation and results. We have provided herein a compendium of major type of wall stress models: thin-wall models based on the Laplace law, thick-wall shell models, elasticity theory model, thick-wall large deformation models and finite element models. We have compared the mean stress values of these models as well as the variation of stress across the wall. All of the thin-wall and thick-wall shell models are based on idealised ellipsoidal and spherical geometries. However, the elasticity model's shape can vary through the cycle, to simulate the more ellipsoidal shape of the left ventricle in the systolic phase. The finite element models have more representative geometries, but are generally based on animal data, which limits their medical relevance. This paper can enable readers to obtain a comprehensive perspective of left ventricle wall stress models, of how to employ them to determine wall stresses, and be cognizant of the assumptions involved in the use of specific models.

  9. Udfordringer og løsninger med succesfuld offentlig innovation

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    Aagaard, Annabeth

    2012-01-01

    Den tidligere regerings globaliseringsstrategi fra 2005 var med til at satte innovation på dagsordenen for offentlige virksomheder, som en helt central løsning på landets problemer og til sikring af velfærdssamfundets fremtid. For hvis Danmark skal bidrage til Lissabon-strategien for EU fra 2000 ...... at forny produkter, services og processer. Det helt centrale er dog, man de kommunale organisationer ikke bare skal lave innovation for innovationens skyld, men for at skabe merværdi for borgerne indenfor de økonomiske rammer, der skal overholdes....... at ‘blive den mest konkurrencedygtige og dynamiske videnbaserede økonomi i verden’, er der seriøst behov for et mere innovativt politisk lederskab i Danmark. Den offentlige sektors aktuelle problemstillinger består i, at borgerne kontinuerligt forventer mere og bedre service, samtidig med at disse...

  10. Designing, Integrating, and Coordinating the Installation of MedAustron

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    Nicquevert, B; Benedikt, M

    2011-01-01

    "Give me a layout good enough and a building to place it, and I will install your accelerator". To paraphrase Archimedes, this is the role attributed to the Integration team in the MedAustron project. Starting with the optics layout and a building sketch, the integration work consists of a series of activities, interlinked in a complex manner. First the design and the integration of accelerator: list all items, define geometrical envelopes with interfaces, put them in position in CAD, identify conflicts and define input for design of items and of infrastructure. Then the various equipment is procured: verify and validate design data, follow-up manufacturing, fiducialize equipment and build supports. Lastly the global installation: check building and infrastructure, define survey framework, install and pre-align equipment on supports, move assemblies to their final location, survey actual position and adjust to theoretical position. The whole chain of operations from the layout to a real beam in MedAustron, i...

  11. AliBaba: PubMed as a graph.

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    Plake, Conrad; Schiemann, Torsten; Pankalla, Marcus; Hakenberg, Jörg; Leser, Ulf

    2006-10-01

    The biomedical literature contains a wealth of information on associations between many different types of objects, such as protein-protein interactions, gene-disease associations and subcellular locations of proteins. When searching such information using conventional search engines, e.g. PubMed, users see the data only one-abstract at a time and 'hidden' in natural language text. AliBaba is an interactive tool for graphical summarization of search results. It parses the set of abstracts that fit a PubMed query and presents extracted information on biomedical objects and their relationships as a graphical network. AliBaba extracts associations between cells, diseases, drugs, proteins, species and tissues. Several filter options allow for a more focused search. Thus, researchers can grasp complex networks described in various articles at a glance. http://alibaba.informatik.hu-berlin.de/

  12. Overlevelsestrategi for vejledere: Tag retorikken med i vejledningen

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    Helle Hvass

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available Der er ikke så meget tid til opgavevejledning længere, og samtidig efterspørger en gruppe studerende retningslinjer, feedback og gode råd som aldrig før. Erfaringer med at undervise og vejlede studerende i helt elementær retorik viser, at studerende bliver mere selvhjulpne skrivere, når de forstår 1 hvad det vil sige at være i en skriveproces 2 hvad kommunikationssituationen for en akademisk opgave er 3 at en akademisk opgave er en argumenterende tekst. Hensigten med artiklen er at give faglige vejledere et bud på, hvordan de, ved at tage retorikken med i vejledningen, kan få det lettere som vejledere.  Artiklen indeholder tre studerendes tekster efterfulgt af konkrete eksempler på, hvordan man med elementær retorik kan vejlede hhv. Susanne som får skrevet alt for lidt, Karsten som skriver svært tilgængeligt og Anders som ikke kan finde den akademiske tone. There is not much time for supervising students’ writing, and at the same time some students ask for guidelines, feedback and good advice like never before. Experience with teaching and guiding students in elementary rhetoric shows that students become more independent writers when they understand 1 what it means to be in a writing process, 2 what the communication situation of an academic paper is 3 that an academic paper is an argumentative text. The objective of this article is to provide supervisors with an idea of how supervision can become easier with elementary rhetoric. The article includes three students’ texts followed by concrete example of how the elementary rhetoric can guide respectively Susanne who doesn’t get to write much, Karsten whose writing is difficult to access and Anders who needs to find the academic tone.

  13. Interview med 11-årige børn

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    Højlund, Ole; Andersen, Dines

    grænser for, hvad de kan spørges om. Og manglende læsefærdigheder kan betyde, at de fagligt svage børn glider ud af undersøgelserne. Pilotprojektet viser, at web-baserede spørgeskemaer med lyd giver mulighed for mere repræsentative undersøgelser. Undersøgelsen viser desuden, at børn godt kan svare på...

  14. Hvad skal danske hospitaler med ungecaféer?

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    Kvisgaard Knudsen, Kristina; Bregnballe, Vibeke

    at forbedre unges oplevelse af at være indlagt, er der i Danmark etableret ungecaféer. Formål: At undersøge ungecaféers betydning for indlagte unge. Metode: Fire semistrukturerede interviews er foretaget med kronisk eller alvorligt syge unge i alderen 11-19 år. De unge har besøgt Café Nexus på Aarhus...

  15. Tunnelerede centrale venekatetre til børn med cancer

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    Schrøder, Henrik; Malchau, Emma; Larsen, Line Nordahl

    2008-01-01

    foretaget en retrospektiv og prospektiv journalgennemgang med henblik på CVK-type, dato for anlæggelse, barnets alder ved CVK-anlæggelse, diagnose, dato for fjernelse af CVK og årsag til fjernelse. Resultater: Der blev anlagt i alt 155 2-Hick og 86 2-PaC. Det samlede antal CVK-dage var 27.192 for 2-Hick og...

  16. Beskrivelse af næringsstofomsætning med metabolomics

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    Hedemann, Mette Skou

    2010-01-01

    metabolomics. Det er en teknik, hvor man undersøger hele mængden af små molekyler (metabolitter), der findes i en prøve. Det særlige ved denne analysemetode er, at den kan bruges til at undersøge en prøve, uden man på forhånd ved, hvad man leder efter. Der kunne ikke umiddelbart ses forskel på mink med lav og...

  17. Clinical Investigation Program RCS MED-300 (R1).

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    1985-09-30

    Concentrations During Danazol Administration .................................. 158 12 Work Unit No. 82/32 (FY82,C) Effects of Verapamil on Gestational Length in...Fredericks P: Bone scintigraphy in latent congenital syphilis . Clin Nucl Med, in press Moreno AJ, Yedinak MA, Spicer MJ, Turnbull GL Byrd BF, Brown TJ...adolescent females. Submitted* O’Brien AW, Penney LL. The effects of verapamil on gestational length in rabbits. Submitted* Patterson GR, Hill PS, Miles PA

  18. Generating PubMed Chemical Queries for Consumer Health Literature

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    Loo, Jeffery; Chang, Hua Florence; Hochstein, Colette; Sun, Ying

    2005-01-01

    Two popular NLM resources that provide information for consumers about chemicals and their safety are the Household Products Database and Haz-Map. Search queries to PubMed via web links were generated from these databases. The query retrieves consumer health-oriented literature about adverse effects of chemicals. The retrieval was limited to a manageable set of 20 to 60 citations, achieved by successively applying increasing limits to the search until the desired number of r...

  19. Værkanalyse med digitale 3D modeller

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    Villaume, René Domine; Ørstrup, Finn Rude

    2006-01-01

    Projektet afprøve muligheder for Værkanalyse af danske arkitekturværker med anvendelse af digitale 3D modeller. Arkitektstuderende har i en workshop udarbejdet en 3D model af Arkitekt Vilhelm Lauritzens bygning til  Københavns Lufthavn fra 1939. Modellen er herefter videreudviklet og yderligere...... detaljeret. Projektet er et led i en strategi for at opbygge en digital modelsamling ved at inddrage studerendes arbejder fra analyseopgaver i studiet....

  20. Digital kommunikation med den offentlige sektor: Styrelser og statslige institutioner

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    Berger, Jesper Bull; Andersen, Kim Normann

    digital postkasse, som borgerne kunne skrive til. I denne undersøgelse sættes der fokus på myndighedernes besvarelse af den digitale post. Digital post blev bl.a. etableret som et alternativ til almindelig e-mail for at det offentlige kan kommunikere med borgere og virksomheder på en sikker måde, dvs....... uden at uvedkommende kan få adgang til følsomme oplysninger. Fokus for undersøgelsen er hvordan håndterer myndighederne besvarelserne i den digitale postkasse: svarer de på digital post og e-mail, hvor hurtigt svarer de og er svarene brugbare? Vi har også undersøgt besvarelse af e-mail, dels...... for at kunne sammenligne de to digitale kanaler og for at kunne sammenligne med en tidligere undersøgelse af digital kommunikation med det offentlige. Herudover er der tidligere gennemført en undersøgelse af e-mail svar og svartider i New Zealand og Australien. De danske resultater fra e-mail undersøgelsen...

  1. Moms på ydelser leveret i forbindelse med voldgiftssager

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    Thygesen, Jette

    2016-01-01

    I denne artikel vil den momsmæssige kvalifikation af ydelser leveret i forbindelse med voldgiftssager blive belyst. Når der foretages en søgning på voldgiftsinstitutternes CVR-numre, fremgår det, at de ikke er momsregistrerede, hvilket må betyde, at der ikke afregnes moms af de ydelser, voldgifts......I denne artikel vil den momsmæssige kvalifikation af ydelser leveret i forbindelse med voldgiftssager blive belyst. Når der foretages en søgning på voldgiftsinstitutternes CVR-numre, fremgår det, at de ikke er momsregistrerede, hvilket må betyde, at der ikke afregnes moms af de ydelser......, voldgiftsinstitutterne leverer. Efter forespørgsel hos forskellige voldgiftsdommere er det konstateret, at de heller ikke opkræver og indbetaler moms på det honorar, de modtager i forbindelse med voldgiftssager. At dette er en almindelig kendt praksis underbygges desuden af, at det fremgår af en momsvejledning...

  2. MedRapid--medical community & business intelligence system.

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    Finkeissen, E; Fuchs, H; Jakob, T; Wetter, T

    2002-01-01

    currently, it takes at least 6 months for researchers to communicate their results. This delay is caused (a) by partial lacks of machine support for both representation as well as communication and (b) by media breaks during the communication process. To make an integrated communication between researchers and practitioners possible, a general structure for medical content representation has been set up. The procedure for data entry and quality management has been generalized and implemented in a web-based authoring system. The MedRapid-system supports the medical experts in entering their knowledge into a database. Here, the level of detail is still below that of current medical guidelines representation. However, the symmetric structure for an area-wide medical knowledge representation is highly retrievable and thus can quickly be communicated into daily routine for the improvement of the treatment quality. In addition, other sources like journal articles and medical guidelines can be references within the MedRapid-system and thus be communicated into daily routine. The fundamental system for the representation of medical reference knowledge (from reference works/books) itself is not sufficient for the friction-less communication amongst medical staff. Rather, the process of (a) representing medical knowledge, (b) refereeing the represented knowledge, (c) communicating the represented knowledge, and (d) retrieving the represented knowledge has to be unified. MedRapid will soon support the whole process on one server system.

  3. Efficient bibliographic searches on allergology using PubMed.

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    Sáez Gómez, J M; Aguinaga Ontoso, E; Negro Alvarez, J M; Guillén-Grima, F; Ivancevich, J C; Bozzola, C M

    2007-01-01

    PubMed is the most important of the non-specialized databases on biomedical literature. International and quickly updated is elaborated by the American Government and contains only information about papers published in scientific journal/s. Although it can be used as an unique Data Base, as a matter of fact is the addition of several subgroups (among them MEDLINE) that can be searched simultaneously. To present the main characteristics of PubMed, as well as the most important procedures of search, for obtaining efficient results in searches on allergology. PubMed is elaborated by the American Administration, that condition the character of the registered papers, 90 % of them are written in English in American (50 %) or British (20 %) Journals. Because of this, the information for certain specialties or countries must be obtained from other sources. This paper shows how PubMed allows to search in natural language due to the Automatic Term Mapping that links terms from the natural language with the descriptors producing searches with a higher sensitivity although with a low specificity. Nevertheless the MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) thesaurus allows to translate those terms from the natural language to the equivalent descriptor, as well as to make queries in the PubMed's documental language with a high specificity but with lower sensitivity than the natural language. The use of union (OR), intersection (AND) and exclusion (NOT) operators, as well as tags, such as delimiters of the search fields, allows to increase the specificity of the results. Similar results may be obtained with the use of Limits. Searches done using Clinical Queries are very interesting due to their direct clinical application and because allow to find systematic reviews, metaanalysis or clinically oriented papers (treatment, diagnostic, etiology, prognosis or clinical prediction guides) on the area of interest. Other procedures such as the Index, History of searches, and the widening of the

  4. Detailhandel på museum. Om arbejdet med Den Gamle Bys butikker og gademiljø.

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    Berit Guldmann Andersen

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available I 2002 besluttede Den Gamle By at fortælle 1900-tallets Danmarkshistorie ved at udvide museet med to nye bykvarterer – et 1927-kvarter og et 1974-kvarter. Indtil da havde museet i al væsentlighed arbejdet med 16-, 17- og 1800-tallets historie, og der forestod (og forestår derfor et stort arbejde med vidensopsamling og -generering i form af forskning og undersøgelser om den moderne bys udseende. Da detailhandelen er en meget synlig nyskabelse i den moderne by i forhold til de perioder, museet allerede præsenterer, var behovet for viden på ikke mindst dette område af stor betydning. I artiklen giver vi et overblik over 1900-tallets butiksudvikling i Danmark, og vi gør rede for de undersøgelser, der er gået forud for etableringen af butikkerne i Den Gamle Bys nye bykvarterer.AbstractIn connection with the development of two new town districts – for 1927 and 1974 respectively – at the open-air museum, Den Gamle By (”The Old Town”  in Århus, its staff undertook a number of studies, one of which concerned the history of  retail trade in Denmark.Retail trade is an important factor in the formation of the modern urban streetscape. Urbanisation and industrialisation prompted an increase in shops from the mid-19th century onwards. By the end of World War 1, retailing had developed from merchant’s houses offering a wide assortment of goods, to strictly specialised shops.In tandem with this development, the visual appearance of the shops in the streetscape changed: from being next to invisible, marked only by a discrete sign on the wall around 1850, to the almost obtrusively large window sections, glossy advertisements and rich illumination of the interwar shop fronts.The retail trade continued to develop significantly in the 20th century: from relatively small establishments of independent grocers, greengrocers, butchers and bakers to large supermarkets offering all such goods under one roof. Consequently, food shops were largely

  5. Detailhandel på museum. Om arbejdet med Den Gamle Bys butikker og gademiljø.

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    Berit Guldmann Andersen

    2013-11-01

    Full Text Available I 2002 besluttede Den Gamle By at fortælle 1900-tallets Danmarkshistorie ved at udvide museet med to nye bykvarterer – et 1927-kvarter og et 1974-kvarter. Indtil da havde museet i al væsentlighed arbejdet med 16-, 17- og 1800-tallets historie, og der forestod (og forestår derfor et stort arbejde med vidensopsamling og -generering i form af forskning og undersøgelser om den moderne bys udseende. Da detailhandelen er en meget synlig nyskabelse i den moderne by i forhold til de perioder, museet allerede præsenterer, var behovet for viden på ikke mindst dette område af stor betydning. I artiklen giver vi et overblik over 1900-tallets butiksudvikling i Danmark, og vi gør rede for de undersøgelser, der er gået forud for etableringen af butikkerne i Den Gamle Bys nye bykvarterer. Abstract In connection with the development of two new town districts – for 1927 and 1974 respectively – at the open-air museum, Den Gamle By (”The Old Town”  in Århus, its staff undertook a number of studies, one of which concerned the history of  retail trade in Denmark. Retail trade is an important factor in the formation of the modern urban streetscape. Urbanisation and industrialisation prompted an increase in shops from the mid-19th century onwards. By the end of World War 1, retailing had developed from merchant’s houses offering a wide assortment of goods, to strictly specialised shops. In tandem with this development, the visual appearance of the shops in the streetscape changed: from being next to invisible, marked only by a discrete sign on the wall around 1850, to the almost obtrusively large window sections, glossy advertisements and rich illumination of the interwar shop fronts. The retail trade continued to develop significantly in the 20th century: from relatively small establishments of independent grocers, greengrocers, butchers and bakers to large supermarkets offering all such goods under one roof. Consequently, food shops were

  6. Strengthening of Shear Walls

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    Hansen, Christian Skodborg

    The theory for concrete structures strengthened with fiber reinforced polymer materials has been developing for approximately two decades, and there are at the present time numerous guidelines covering strengthening of many commonly encountered structural building elements. Strengthening of in......-plane loaded walls and disks is however not included in any guidelines, and only a small fraction of scientists have initiated research within this topic. Furthermore, studies of the principal behavior and response of a strengthened disk has not yet been investigated satisfactorily, and this is the principal...... that describes a unit width strip of a strengthened disk. The unit width strip is named a strengthened concrete tension member and contains a single tensile crack and four debonding cracks. Analysis of the member results in closed form expressions for the load-crack opening relationship. Further analysis...

  7. Great Wall of China

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    2001-01-01

    This ASTER sub-image covers a 12 x 12 km area in northern Shanxi Province, China, and was acquired January 9, 2001. The low sun angle, and light snow cover highlight a section of the Great Wall, visible as a black line running diagonally through the image from lower left to upper right. The Great Wall is over 2000 years old and was built over a period of 1000 years. Stretching 4500 miles from Korea to the Gobi Desert it was first built to protect China from marauders from the north.This image is located at 40.2 degrees north latitude and 112.8 degrees east longitude.Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer (ASTER) is one of five Earth-observing instruments launched December 18, 1999, on NASA's Terra satellite. The instrument was built by Japan's Ministry of International Trade and Industry. A joint U.S./Japan science team is responsible for validation and calibration of the instrument and the data products. Dr. Anne Kahle at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., is the U.S. Science team leader; Moshe Pniel of JPL is the project manager. ASTER is the only high resolution imaging sensor on Terra. The primary goal of the ASTER mission is to obtain high-resolution image data in 14 channels over the entire land surface, as well as black and white stereo images. With revisit time of between 4 and 16 days, ASTER will provide the capability for repeat coverage of changing areas on Earth's surface.The broad spectral coverage and high spectral resolution of ASTER will provide scientists in numerous disciplines with critical information for surface mapping, and monitoring dynamic conditions and temporal change. Example applications are: monitoring glacial advances and retreats, monitoring potentially active volcanoes, identifying crop stress, determining cloud morphology and physical properties, wetlands Evaluation, thermal pollution monitoring, coral reef degradation, surface temperature mapping of soils and geology, and measuring surface

  8. Cell wall evolution and diversity

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    Jonatan Ulrik Fangel

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Plant cell walls display a considerable degree of diversity in their compositions and molecular architectures. In some cases the functional significance of a particular cell wall type appears to be easy to discern: secondary cells walls are often heavy reinforced with lignin that provides the required durability; the thin cell walls of pollen tubes have particular compositions that enable their tip growth; lupin seed cell walls are characteristically thickened with galactan used as a storage polysaccharide. However, more frequently the evolutionary mechanisms and selection pressures that underpin cell wall diversity and evolution are unclear. The rapidly increasing availability of transcriptome and genome data sets, development of high-throughput methods for cell wall analyses, and expansion of molecular probe sets, are providing new insights into the diversity and occurrence of cell wall polysaccharides and associated biosynthetic genes. Such research is important for refining our understanding of some of the fundamental processes that enabled plants to colonise land and subsequently radiate so comprehensively. The study of cell wall structural diversity is also an important aspect of the industrial utilization of global polysaccharide bio-resources.

  9. Figure summarizer browser extensions for PubMed Central.

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    Agarwal, Shashank; Yu, Hong

    2011-06-15

    Figures in biomedical articles present visual evidence for research facts and help readers understand the article better. However, when figures are taken out of context, it is difficult to understand their content. We developed a summarization algorithm to summarize the content of figures and used it in our figure search engine (http://figuresearch.askhermes.org/). In this article, we report on the development of web browser extensions for Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Apple Safari to display summaries for figures in PubMed Central and NCBI Images. The extensions can be downloaded from http://figuresearch.askhermes.org/articlesearch/extensions.php.

  10. Delivery of Special Magnets for the MedAustron Project

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    Kramer, T; Barlow, R A; Barnes, MJ; Borburgh, J; Ducimetière, L; Fowler, T; Hourican, M; Mertens, V; Prost, A

    2014-01-01

    Ten different types of kickers, bumpers, and electrostatic and magnetic septa, along with certain power supplies and associated control system components, have been designed in a collaboration between CERN and MedAustron for an ion therapy centre in Wr. Neustadt (Austria). This paper focuses on the status of the special magnets work package and the improvements applied during the production. The design parameters are compared with data from measurements, hardware test and initial commissioning. The major factors contributing to the successful completion of the work package are highlighted.

  11. Konstruksjon av GaAs MMIC effektforsterker med integrert linearisering

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    Kippernes, Frank Åge

    2009-01-01

    Denne oppgaven tar for seg linearisering av GaAs MMIC effektforsterkere. Det er brukt en pHEMT-prosess og senterfrekvensen ligger på 2,45 GHz. Effektforsterkerne som er konstruert kan levere utgangseffekter i størrelsesorden 1 W. Agilent Advanced Design System (ADS) ble brukt til konstruksjon og simulering. Moderne modulasjonsteknikker med varierende envelope krever lineære forsterkere for å fungere. Ulinearitetene i forsterkeren vil forvrenge signalet og skape støy både i og utenfor båndet...

  12. Etiske utfordringer med non-invasive prenatale tester (NIPT)

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    Bjørn Hofmann

    2014-01-01

    Analyser av cellefritt DNA fra foster i gravide kvinners blod gir nye muligheter innen fosterdiagnostikk: Testene er bedre enn eksisterende tester, de reduserer risikoen og er billigere. Flere land har tatt i bruk disse testene, og Helsedirektoratet i Norge har mottatt søknad om å ta i bruk en test som erstatter tidlig ultralyd og blodprøver. Likevel nøler norske myndigheter. Hvorfor gjør de det? Ett av svarene er at non-invasive prenatale tester fører med seg en rekke faglige og moralske spø...

  13. Dilemmaer i musikterapeutisk behandling af en traumatiseret flygtning med musikerbaggrund

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    Bolette Daniels Beck

    2016-12-01

    Full Text Available Denne artikel præsenterer et single case-studie af et receptivt musikterapiforløb med en 55-årig syrisk flygtning, som har været udsat for fængsling og tortur på grund af sine aktiviteter som protestsanger og musiker. Der beskrives problemstillinger og dilemmaer relateret til at anvende musik, der både kan trigge traumer, men også vække indre ressourcer. Kortlægning af patientens forskellige personlighedsdele og musikkens evne til integration af dem vil blive belyst gennem teorien om strukturel dissociation.

  14. Review on ultrasound measurement of bladder or detrusor wall thickness in women: techniques, diagnostic utility, and use in clinical trials

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    Oelke, Matthias; Khullar, Vik; Wijkstra, Hessel

    2013-01-01

    To provide a narrative review of literature evaluating ultrasound techniques for the measurement of bladder wall hypertrophy in women as an alternative to invasive urodynamic assessment for the diagnosis of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS). A literature review was performed using PubMed and all

  15. OvidSP Medline-to-PubMed search filter translation: a methodology for extending search filter range to include PubMed's unique content

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    Damarell, Raechel A; Tieman, Jennifer J; Sladek, Ruth M

    2013-01-01

    Background PubMed translations of OvidSP Medline search filters offer searchers improved ease of access. They may also facilitate access to PubMed?s unique content, including citations for the most recently published biomedical evidence. Retrieving this content requires a search strategy comprising natural language terms (?textwords?), rather than Medical Subject Headings (MeSH). We describe a reproducible methodology that uses a validated PubMed search filter translation to create a textword...

  16. Occupy Wall Street

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    Benítez,Francisca

    2011-01-01

    В статье рассматривается организованная антипотребительскими сообществами и направленная против негативных форм глобализации акция «Occupy Wall Street». Движение возникло осенью 2011 г. в США и стремительно распространилось по всему миру. Акции в поддержку движения были проведены еще в 82 странах. Автор, исследуя причины возникновения движения и источники его финансирования, приходит к выводу, что проект «Occupy Wall Street» может быть очередной уловкой глобалистов, цель которой «обезвредить»...

  17. Could a Monetary Perk Help Keep HIV Patients on Their Meds?

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    ... Monetary Perk Help Keep HIV Patients on Their Meds? Study involving $70 gift cards suggests the approach ... infected patients will enter care, and take their meds as directed. The study, conducted at HIV clinics ...

  18. Tværprofessionel praksis undersøgt med snap-logs

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    Sauzet, Sofie Ørsted Dupuis

    2014-01-01

    En undersøgelse af tværprofessionelle praksisser som situeret viden, produceret med snap-logs.......En undersøgelse af tværprofessionelle praksisser som situeret viden, produceret med snap-logs....

  19. MedlinePlus FAQ: MedlinePlus and MEDLINE/PubMed

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    ... What is the difference between MedlinePlus and MEDLINE/PubMed? To use the sharing features on this page, ... latest health professional articles on your topic. MEDLINE/PubMed: Is a database of professional biomedical literature Is ...

  20. Cohort profile: Greifswald approach to individualized medicine (GANI_MED).

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    Grabe, Hans J; Assel, Heinrich; Bahls, Thomas; Dörr, Marcus; Endlich, Karlhans; Endlich, Nicole; Erdmann, Pia; Ewert, Ralf; Felix, Stephan B; Fiene, Beate; Fischer, Tobias; Flessa, Steffen; Friedrich, Nele; Gadebusch-Bondio, Mariacarla; Salazar, Manuela Gesell; Hammer, Elke; Haring, Robin; Havemann, Christoph; Hecker, Michael; Hoffmann, Wolfgang; Holtfreter, Birte; Kacprowski, Tim; Klein, Kathleen; Kocher, Thomas; Kock, Holger; Krafczyk, Janina; Kuhn, Jana; Langanke, Martin; Lendeckel, Uwe; Lerch, Markus M; Lieb, Wolfgang; Lorbeer, Roberto; Mayerle, Julia; Meissner, Konrad; zu Schwabedissen, Henriette Meyer; Nauck, Matthias; Ott, Konrad; Rathmann, Wolfgang; Rettig, Rainer; Richardt, Claudia; Saljé, Karen; Schminke, Ulf; Schulz, Andrea; Schwab, Matthias; Siegmund, Werner; Stracke, Sylvia; Suhre, Karsten; Ueffing, Marius; Ungerer, Saskia; Völker, Uwe; Völzke, Henry; Wallaschofski, Henri; Werner, Vivian; Zygmunt, Marek T; Kroemer, Heyo K

    2014-05-23

    Individualized Medicine aims at providing optimal treatment for an individual patient at a given time based on his specific genetic and molecular characteristics. This requires excellent clinical stratification of patients as well as the availability of genomic data and biomarkers as prerequisites for the development of novel diagnostic tools and therapeutic strategies. The University Medicine Greifswald, Germany, has launched the "Greifswald Approach to Individualized Medicine" (GANI_MED) project to address major challenges of Individualized Medicine. Herein, we describe the implementation of the scientific and clinical infrastructure that allows future translation of findings relevant to Individualized Medicine into clinical practice. Clinical patient cohorts (N > 5,000) with an emphasis on metabolic and cardiovascular diseases are being established following a standardized protocol for the assessment of medical history, laboratory biomarkers, and the collection of various biosamples for bio-banking purposes. A multi-omics based biomarker assessment including genome-wide genotyping, transcriptome, metabolome, and proteome analyses complements the multi-level approach of GANI_MED. Comparisons with the general background population as characterized by our Study of Health in Pomerania (SHIP) are performed. A central data management structure has been implemented to capture and integrate all relevant clinical data for research purposes. Ethical research projects on informed consent procedures, reporting of incidental findings, and economic evaluations were launched in parallel.

  1. Fast ion extraction from the MedEBIS

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    Holtermann, H; Kleinod, M; Müller, I; 10.1088/1742-6596/2/1/012

    2004-01-01

    Cancer therapy synchrotrons profit from single turn injection in terms of size, costs and easy operation. The MEdically Dedicated EBIS (MedEBIS), built in Frankfurt, will deliver short (~1.5 mu s) and intense (~1.3 mA) pulses of highly charged light ions (C, N, O) to meet the requirements for therapy facilities. The MedEBIS operates with an electron beam of 400 mA at 5 keV and a ratio of beam to drift tube of 1/20. Drift tube potentials up to 1.6 kV are switched in some 100 ns to deliver a 1.5 mu s ion pulse at an axial field gradient of 6.5kV/m. On extraction, all potentials applied to the drift tubes are set to a given primary potential to define the extraction gradient. During extraction the drift tubes are not held at constant voltage to avoid spreading out of the pulse due to the restoration of the full space charge depression at locations where ions have already been extracted. To locally distribute the action of the applied potentials the drift tubes are fully interpenetrating each other with tapered f...

  2. Læringslandskaber for elever med indlæringsvanskeligheder

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    Szulevicz, Thomas

    Baggrund Denne afhandling består af en empirisk undersøgelse af den pædagogiske praksis på Havredal Praktiske Landbrugsskole (HPL). HPL er en mesterlæreinspireret landbrugsuddannelse for unge elever mellem 16-25 år med indlæringsvanskeligheder. HPL fungerer som et moderne landbrug, der drives af...... elever og lærere i fællesskab. Der er 38 indskrevne elever på skolen, der dyrker 140 ha jord og har en besætning på 50 sortbrogede malkekøer i løsdriftsstald, 250 søer samt 10 heste. Elevernes uddannelse og læring er struktureret omkring deres deltagelse i landbrugsaktiviteterne på skolen. HPL er...... observationerne fandt sted i forskningsprojektets første 14 måneder. Herudover er der blevet foretaget kvalitative interviews med 12 elever fra HPL. Heraf blev de 7 af eleverne interviewet à 3 omgange. 7 lærere på HPL er blevet interviewet. Endelig er der blevet foretaget to videoobservationer af en elevs...

  3. Spilleregler i musikterapi med voksne - oversigter fra faglitteraturen

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    Ulla Holck

    2005-02-01

    Full Text Available Artiklen gennemgår udvalgt faglitteratur, der på et overordnet plan beskriver typer af spilleregler i musikterapi med (fortrinsvis voksne klientgrupper. Udgangspunktet er Priestleys anvendelse af begrebet, og hendes inddeling af spilleregler i forhold til forskellige teknikker gennemgås, efterfulgt af en præsentation af opdelinger lavet af henholdsvis Pedersen & Scheiby, Bruscia og Wigram. En af forskellene på opfattelsen af spillereglernes karakter og anvendelse handler om, hvorvidt spillereglerne udelukkende bør have et referentielt indhold med udgangspunkt i klientens psykiske materiale, eller om også rent musikalske (eller nonreferentiellespilleregler kan siges at have en terapeutisk effekt. Artiklens forfatter ser i stedet spørgsmålet i lyset af mange klienters behov for en gradvis introduktion til klinisk improvisation og inddrager i den sammenhæng litteratur om introduktion og assessment af bl.a. Wigram, Hannibal og Jensen. Artiklen er den første i en serie, hvis overordnede mål er at indsamle viden og erfaring om anvendelse af spilleregler i forhold til forskellige klientgrupper. Anden del omhandler udvikling af spilleregler i forhold til børneklientgrupper og findes i næste kapitel i dette årsskrift.

  4. Control of Wall Mounting Robot

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    Sloth, Christoffer; Pedersen, Rasmus

    2017-01-01

    This paper presents a method for designing controllers for trajectory tracking with actuator constraints. In particular, we consider a joystick-controlled wall mounting robot called WallMo. In contrast to previous works, a model-free approach is taken to the control problem, where the path...

  5. Moisture Research - Optimizing Wall Assemblies

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    Arena, L.; Mantha, P.

    2013-05-01

    The Consortium for Advanced Residential Buildings (CARB) evaluated several different configurations of wall assemblies to determine the accuracy of moisture modeling and make recommendations to ensure durable, efficient assemblies. WUFI and THERM were used to model the hygrothermal and heat transfer characteristics of these walls.

  6. Bacterial cell-wall recycling

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    Johnson, Jarrod W.; Fisher, Jed F.; Mobashery, Shahriar

    2012-01-01

    Many Gram-negative and Gram-positive bacteria recycle a significant proportion of the peptidoglycan components of their cell walls during their growth and septation. In many—and quite possibly all—bacteria, the peptidoglycan fragments are recovered and recycled. While cell-wall recycling is beneficial for the recovery of resources, it also serves as a mechanism to detect cell-wall–targeting antibiotics and to regulate resistance mechanisms. In several Gram-negative pathogens, anhydro-MurNAc-peptide cell-wall fragments regulate AmpC β-lactamase induction. In some Gram-positive organisms, short peptides derived from the cell wall regulate the induction of both β-lactamase and β-lactam-resistant penicillin-binding proteins. The involvement of peptidoglycan recycling with resistance regulation suggests that inhibitors of the enzymes involved in the recycling might synergize with cell-wall-targeted antibiotics. Indeed, such inhibitors improve the potency of β-lactams in vitro against inducible AmpC β-lactamase-producing bacteria. We describe the key steps of cell-wall remodeling and recycling, the regulation of resistance mechanisms by cell-wall recycling, and recent advances toward the discovery of cell-wall recycling inhibitors. PMID:23163477

  7. Ultrasonography of chest wall lesion

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    Park, Cheol Min; Kim, C. H.; Cha, I. H.; Chung, K. B.; Ser, W. H.; Choi, Y. H. [Seoul National University College of Medicine, Seoul (Korea, Republic of)

    1989-12-15

    Thirty-one patients with chest wall diseases were studied with ultrasound to evaluate its role in chest wall lesions. There were eight infectious conditions, 9 benign tumors, 11 malignant lesions and 3 miscellaneous cases. Diffuse chest wall thickening with heterogeneous echogenicity and obliteration of subcutaneous fat layer are findings of acute infection. In cases of tuberculous smpyema necessitates, pleural abnormality extended to the chest wall through intercostal space. Benign tumors were well demarcated, except in 4 cases of lipoma/lipomatosis. Malignant lesions showed irregular soft tissue masses, bone destruction, pleural effusion and subcutaneous invasion. Multiple enlarged lymph nodes were also shown. Ultrasound can demonstrate te internal structure, extent, depth and associated findings such as pleural effusion, bone destruction and peripheral lung involvement. Ultrasound is not only safe, non-invasive and an effective diagnostic imaging modality for chest wall disease, but can also guide aspiration or biopsy for pathologic diagnosis

  8. Hvad koster reduktion af N-tabet med yderligere 10.000 tons?

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    Jacobsen, Brian H.

    2013-01-01

    En målretning af indsatsen mod arealer med lav kvælstoftilbageholdelse (retention) reducerer omkostningerne med ca. 15 % på nationalt niveau, men i nogle oplande er gevinsten helt op til 40 %.......En målretning af indsatsen mod arealer med lav kvælstoftilbageholdelse (retention) reducerer omkostningerne med ca. 15 % på nationalt niveau, men i nogle oplande er gevinsten helt op til 40 %....

  9. Vejledning af og støtte til studerende med psykisk sårbarhed

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    Grønkjær, Lene Gertsen

    2015-01-01

    Vejledning af og støtte til studerende med psykisk sår-barhed: Fremlæggelse af delresultater fra "Projekt vejledning af og støtte til studerende med psykisk sår-barhed". Delresultaterne har 2 foki: 1 med fokus på hvordan studerende med ADHD og depression beskriver deres læringsforudsætninger i kl...

  10. Dry wall Kras 2011

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    Domen Zupančič

    2012-01-01

    Full Text Available Despite the modesty of hiska, they show a simple understanding of corbelling technique. One could say they are all examples of human landscape cultivation. Although there is no evident common line when comparing all types of hiska, the cunning eye may observe one shared feature: the positioning of the entrance. More or less all the documented shelters have south or south-western facing entrances. The burja is a cold northerly wind; from the south (Adriatic Sea the winds are warmer. When resting, the setting sun is taken as a sign of the ending of the working day and a reward for the whole day’s efforts. Entrances are the only openings to these structures, and they should serve as well as possible - to watch over the crops, to wait when hunting, to enjoy the calm of evening light, to breathe the sea wind.The syntax of the architectural language of layering stone and shaping the pattern of the landscape remain an inventive realisation of spatial ideas from the past until today. Not only ideas of shaping space - these ideas are basic interventions in the natural habitat which contribute to survival. Culture and an awareness of its values are the origins of local development and reasonable heritage preservation. The next step are tutorial days with workshops on how to build dry stone structures, walls and other stone architecture, as the DSWA organisation in the UK is doing.

  11. Channel Wall Landslides

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    2005-01-01

    [figure removed for brevity, see original site] The multiple landslides in this VIS image occur along a steep channel wall. Note the large impact crater in the context image. The formation of the crater may have initially weakened that area of the surface prior to channel formation. Image information: VIS instrument. Latitude -2.7, Longitude 324.8 East (35.2 West). 19 meter/pixel resolution. Note: this THEMIS visual image has not been radiometrically nor geometrically calibrated for this preliminary release. An empirical correction has been performed to remove instrumental effects. A linear shift has been applied in the cross-track and down-track direction to approximate spacecraft and planetary motion. Fully calibrated and geometrically projected images will be released through the Planetary Data System in accordance with Project policies at a later time. NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory manages the 2001 Mars Odyssey mission for NASA's Office of Space Science, Washington, D.C. The Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS) was developed by Arizona State University, Tempe, in collaboration with Raytheon Santa Barbara Remote Sensing. The THEMIS investigation is led by Dr. Philip Christensen at Arizona State University. Lockheed Martin Astronautics, Denver, is the prime contractor for the Odyssey project, and developed and built the orbiter. Mission operations are conducted jointly from Lockheed Martin and from JPL, a division of the California Institute of Technology in Pasadena.

  12. 75 FR 22630 - Nautilus, Inc., Currently Known as Med-Fit Systems Incorporated, Commercial Division, Including...

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    2010-04-29

    ... Employment and Training Administration Nautilus, Inc., Currently Known as Med-Fit Systems Incorporated.... was sold in September 2009 and is currently known as Med-Fit Systems, Incorporated. Some workers... insurance (UI) tax account under the name Med-Fit Systems, Incorporated. Accordingly, the Department is...

  13. Forskning i musikterapi - børn med en Autisme Spektrum Forstyrrelse

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    Holck, Ulla

    2011-01-01

    Der er forskningsmæssig evidens for, at musikterapi med børn med en autisme spektrum forstyrrelse (ASF) har en signifikant effekt. Cochrane reviews påviser, at musikterapi fremmer verbal og navnlig nonverbal kommunikation hos børn med ASF. En RCT-undersøgelse viser endvidere en signifikant effekt...

  14. Solar walls in tsbi3 user's guide

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    Wittchen, K.B.

    tsbi3 is a user-friendly and flexible computer program, which provides support to the design team in the analysis of the indoor climate and the energy performance of buildings. The solar wall module gives tsbi3 the capability of simulating solar walls and their interaction with the building....... This version, C, of tsbi3 is capable of simulating five types of solar walls say: mass-walls, Trombe-walls, double Trombe-walls, internally ventilated walls and solar walls for preheating ventilation air. The user's guide gives a description of the capabilities and how to simulate solar walls in tsbi3....

  15. Med5(Nut1 and Med17(Srb4 are direct targets of mediator histone H4 tail interactions.

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    Zhongle Liu

    Full Text Available The Mediator complex transmits activation signals from DNA bound transcription factors to the core transcription machinery. In addition to its canonical role in transcriptional activation, recent studies have demonstrated that S. cerevisiae Mediator can interact directly with nucleosomes, and their histone tails. Mutations in Mediator subunits have shown that Mediator and certain chromatin structures mutually impact each other structurally and functionally in vivo. We have taken a UV photo cross-linking approach to further delineate the molecular basis of Mediator chromatin interactions and help determine whether the impact of certain Mediator mutants on chromatin is direct. Specifically, by using histone tail peptides substituted with an amino acid analog that is a UV activatible crosslinker, we have identified specific subunits within Mediator that participate in histone tail interactions. Using Mediator purified from mutant yeast strains we have evaluated the impact of these subunits on histone tail binding. This analysis has identified the Med5 subunit of Mediator as a target for histone tail interactions and suggests that the previously observed effect of med5 mutations on telomeric heterochromatin and silencing is direct.

  16. Cell wall proteomics of crops

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    Setsuko eKomatsu

    2013-02-01

    Full Text Available Cell wall proteins play key roles in cell structure and metabolism, cell enlargement, signal transduction, responses to environmental stress, and many other physiological events. Agricultural crops are often used for investigating stress tolerance because cultivars with differing degrees of tolerance are available. Abiotic and biotic stress factors markedly influence the geographical distribution and yields of many crop species. Crop cell wall proteomics is of particular importance for improving crop productivity, particularly under unfavorable environmental conditions. To better understand the mechanisms underlying stress response in crops, cell wall proteomic analyses are being increasingly utilized. In this review, the methods of purification and purity assays of cell wall protein fractions from crops are described, and the results of protein identification using gel-based and gel-free proteomic techniques are presented. Furthermore, protein composition of the cell walls of rice, wheat, maize and soybean are compared, and the role of cell wall proteins in crops under flooding and drought stress is discussed. This review will be useful for clarifying the role of the cell wall of crops in response to environmental stresses.

  17. Overview of the MedAustron design and technology choices

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    Benedikt, M; Palm, M; Pirkl, W; Dorda, U; Fabich, A

    2010-01-01

    MedAustron is a synchrotron based accelerator facility for cancer treatment in Austria currently in the development phase. The design is based on the PIMMS study [1] and CNAO [2] synchrotron. In addition to the clinical application, the accelerator will also provide beams for nonclinical research in the fields of medical radiation physics, radiation biology and experimental physics with an extended proton energy range beyond medical requirements to 800 MeV. The differences to others medical acceleratorbased facilities will be elaborated, specifically the used source technologies and configuration (starting up with protons (p) and carbon ions (C6+) allowing a later upgrade to ion species up to neon) and the online verification of all relevant beam parameters. The current project status is presented.

  18. Med troen som fællesnævner

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    Christensen, Tina Wilchen

    2010-01-01

    Artiklen vil belyse de mekanismer, der ligger til grund for et velfungerende fællesskab i en af Indre Missions ungdomsforeninger i Århus. Troen har på forskellige måder en central position i fællesskabet, og denne artikel vil argumentere for de unges tro som en social identitet, idet deres habitus...... synes at have en afgørende betydning for den og deres oplevelse af det religiøst funderede fællesskab. Artiklen vil også belyse, hvordan Biblen og dens fortællinger udgør den fortolkningsramme, som de unge er opvokset med og forstår livet igennem. Artiklen viser desuden den rolle, det kollektive samvær...

  19. Kvalitetsvurdering med Early Childhood Envirionment Rating Scale (ECERS-3)

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    Næsby, Torben; Pedersen, Birgitte Skov; Skytte, Karsten Brinkmann

    2017-01-01

    Denne rapport omhandler en undersøgelse af kvalitet i dagtilbud i Frederikshavn Kommune. I undersøgelsen anvendes den internationale evalueringssmetode ECERS-3 (Early Childhood Environment Rating Scale, version 3 ), der er et instrument til måling af kvalitet og et værktøj til evaluering og...... gode, men for de kognitive kompetencers vedkommende udnyttes læringspotentialet ikke (standardafvigelse er 0,7). Gennemsnittet for sprog og literacy er noget lavt (2,57), hvilket vil kunne medføre, i tråd med andre undersøgelser (MBUL,2016a; Sylva et al, 2004), at der vil være børn, der ved skolestart...

  20. Udkantsdanmark: Avisernes (med)produktion af Nordjyllands territorielle stigma

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    Pristed Nielsen, Helene; Christensen, Sascha

    2013-01-01

    Artiklen undersøger hvordan Region Nordjylland (NJ) beskrives i medierne og hvordan diskursen om Udkanten dominerer avisernes fremstilling af regionen . Baggrunden herfor er en interesse for social ulighed, og i denne sammenhæng Wacquants begreb om territorielt stigma (1996, 2007). Wacquant føjer...... stigma. I Gunnar Lind Haase Svendsens studie af italesættelsen af ’udkanten’ fra 1996-2011 ses fx en gennem de seneste år stigende anvendelse af termer som ’den rådne banan’ og ’Udkantsdanmark’ i medierne (Svendsen 2013: 12). Dette stigma forbindes med flere dele af Danmark (se bl.a. Arbejderbevægelsens...

  1. Erfaringer med substitution af PVC ved renere teknologi og brancheaftaler

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    Jørgensen, Ulrik

    Rapporten gennemgår den danske debat om PVC og de miljøpolitiske tiltag, der har været gennemført. Et survey i danske plastvirksomheder gennemført i projektet viser, at industrien er forberedt på at gennemføre en omfattende substitution af PVC, hvis der stilles politisk krav om det eller markedet...... efterspørger det. Til gengæld viser brancheaftalerne sig at være et svagt instrument og der peges på et behov for en opfølgning af de gode resultater, der er opnået med substitution af PVC i en række renere teknologi projekter, som har fået statslig støtte....

  2. Acta stomatologica Croatica and PubMed Central.

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    Brkić, Hrvoje

    2016-06-01

    April 15 2016 marked the 50th anniversary of continuous publishing of the journal Acta stomatologica Croatica (ASCRO). The celebration was held in the great hall of the Croatian Medical Association, with numerous guests from the biomedical field. The history of the journal was presented by Goran Knežević (editor-in-chief 1996-2006) and Hrvoje Brkić (current editor-in-chief), who presented all the current information on the electronical editing and its current indexation. Only a few days later, the Editorial Office received the information that ASCRO has been included in PubMed Central since volume 48, an impulse for the members of the Editorial Board and the Editor-in-Chief to make ASCRO better and more cited.

  3. Lederudvikling med mål og retning

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    Brix, Jacob

    2010-01-01

    Altid et behov for udvikling Vi stopper aldrig med at udvikle os; og hvis vi gør, så fortsætter samfundet sin udvikling. At være leder i år 2010 er ikke det samme som at være leder i 1954, og ledelse i år 2025 er helt sikkert ikke det samme som ledelse i dag. Henry Mintzberg, en meget anerkendt...... canadisk organisations og ledelsesforsker, er kendt for at sige: "you can't create a leader in a classroom!" - som frit tolket betyder: man bliver ikke leder på skolebænken. Mintzberg mener at en rigtig leder først skabes, når vedkommende har praksiserfaring og derefter søger videreuddannelse. For én ting...

  4. Numerisk simulering og eksperimentelle forsøg med koldflydepresning

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    Sibbernsen, Niels Jørgen; Albrectsen, Lasse; Arentoft, Mogens

    forsøget var blevet tilsendt af virksomheden Piper Impact, der fremstille disse komponenter. Testemnerne blev derefter opmålt i metrolab. Disse data samt temperaturdataene blev analyseret og sammenlignet med dataene fra de numeriske simuleringer. For plug end’en var det spændingerne i emnematerialet og...... temperaturerne i næsen af dornen, der var skyld i toleranceproblemerne. For bottom house var det primært udbøjninger, der var årsagen til toleranceafvigelserne. Det resulterede i, at dornen for plug end’en skulle have parallelle sider i næsen, se fig. 1 for de forsøg, der blev udført i værkstedet. For Piper...

  5. Peer til peer i arbejdet med udsatte mennesker

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    Ahlmark, Nanna; Norrhäll, Oskar; Jensen, Pernille Hartvig

    Statens Institut for Folkesundhed, Syddansk Universitet har fået til opdrag at lave en formativ procesevaluering af Københavns Kommunes projekt Mænd i København. Projektet omhandler udvikling og implementering af en peer til peer indsats med henblik på at forbedre sundhed og trivsel blandt udsatte...... mænd i risiko for at udvikle type 2 diabetes. En del af evalueringsopdraget har været at tilvejebringe viden om relevant litteratur om peer-metoder. I denne forbindelse er dette notat udarbejdet til Københavns Kommunes Forebyggelsescenter Nørrebro af evaluerings-teamet, som består af forsker, Nanna...... Ahlmark, adjunkt ved Aalborg Universitet Camilla Dindler, praktikant og specialestuderende Oskar Norrhäll og specialestuderende Pernille Hartvig Jensen. Notatet er en sammenfatning af udvalgt forskningslitteratur og rapporter om peer til peer-relaterede projekter målrettet udsatte grupper i forbindelse...

  6. A Shielding Concept for the MedAustron Facility

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    Jägerhofer, L.; Feldbaumer, E.; Roesler, S.; Theis, C.; Vincke, H.

    2017-09-01

    MedAustron is a synchrotron based accelerator facility for cancer therapy and research in Wiener Neustadt, 50 km south of Vienna. The facility will provide protons up to kinetic energies of 250 MeV and carbon ions up to 400 MeV/n for ion beam therapy. Additionally, protons up to 800 MeV kinetic energy will be used in a dedicated room for non-clinical research. In order to obtain a shielding concept for this facility a detailed geometry of the accelerator facility was implemented into the Monte-Carlo code FLUKA and shielding simulations were performed. In the course of these simulations the contributions of different particle types to the mixed fields around the accelerator and behind shielding were analysed. In an iterative process with the architect the final design of the shielding concept was developed until it was capable of reducing the effect of secondary radiation on humans and the environment below Austrian legal limits.

  7. Kultur, etnicitet og socialt arbejde med børn og familier

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    Bülow, Maria; Austeen Leth, Louise

    2015-01-01

    Denne grundbog giver et samlet overblik over området. Et gennemgående fokus er socialrådgiverens dobbelte rolle som på den ene side støtteperson og vejleder og på den anden repræsentant for myndighederne. Dette kapitel beskæftiger sig med kultur og etnicitet og hvordan der i praksis arbejdes med ...... familier med forskellige kulturelle baggrunde. Vi diskuterer kulturforståelser og bruger praksis fortællinger til at illustrerer muligheder og begrænsninger med de forskellige kulturforståelser og for det sociale arbejde med familier....

  8. Domain walls riding the wave.

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    Karapetrov, G.; Novosad, V.; Materials Science Division

    2010-11-01

    Recent years have witnessed a rapid proliferation of electronic gadgets around the world. These devices are used for both communication and entertainment, and it is a fact that they account for a growing portion of household energy consumption and overall world consumption of electricity. Increasing the energy efficiency of these devices could have a far greater and immediate impact than a gradual switch to renewable energy sources. The advances in the area of spintronics are therefore very important, as gadgets are mostly comprised of memory and logic elements. Recent developments in controlled manipulation of magnetic domains in ferromagnet nanostructures have opened opportunities for novel device architectures. This new class of memories and logic gates could soon power millions of consumer electronic devices. The attractiveness of using domain-wall motion in electronics is due to its inherent reliability (no mechanical moving parts), scalability (3D scalable architectures such as in racetrack memory), and nonvolatility (retains information in the absence of power). The remaining obstacles in widespread use of 'racetrack-type' elements are the speed and the energy dissipation during the manipulation of domain walls. In their recent contribution to Physical Review Letters, Oleg Tretiakov, Yang Liu, and Artem Abanov from Texas A&M University in College Station, provide a theoretical description of domain-wall motion in nanoscale ferromagnets due to the spin-polarized currents. They find exact conditions for time-dependent resonant domain-wall movement, which could speed up the motion of domain walls while minimizing Ohmic losses. Movement of domain walls in ferromagnetic nanowires can be achieved by application of external magnetic fields or by passing a spin-polarized current through the nanowire itself. On the other hand, the readout of the domain state is done by measuring the resistance of the wire. Therefore, passing current through the

  9. OvidSP Medline-to-PubMed search filter translation: a methodology for extending search filter range to include PubMed's unique content.

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    Damarell, Raechel A; Tieman, Jennifer J; Sladek, Ruth M

    2013-07-02

    PubMed translations of OvidSP Medline search filters offer searchers improved ease of access. They may also facilitate access to PubMed's unique content, including citations for the most recently published biomedical evidence. Retrieving this content requires a search strategy comprising natural language terms ('textwords'), rather than Medical Subject Headings (MeSH). We describe a reproducible methodology that uses a validated PubMed search filter translation to create a textword-only strategy to extend retrieval to PubMed's unique heart failure literature. We translated an OvidSP Medline heart failure search filter for PubMed and established version equivalence in terms of indexed literature retrieval. The PubMed version was then run within PubMed to identify citations retrieved by the filter's MeSH terms (Heart failure, Left ventricular dysfunction, and Cardiomyopathy). It was then rerun with the same MeSH terms restricted to searching on title and abstract fields (i.e. as 'textwords'). Citations retrieved by the MeSH search but not the textword search were isolated. Frequency analysis of their titles/abstracts identified natural language alternatives for those MeSH terms that performed less effectively as textwords. These terms were tested in combination to determine the best performing search string for reclaiming this 'lost set'. This string, restricted to searching on PubMed's unique content, was then combined with the validated PubMed translation to extend the filter's performance in this database. The PubMed heart failure filter retrieved 6829 citations. Of these, 834 (12%) failed to be retrieved when MeSH terms were converted to textwords. Frequency analysis of the 834 citations identified five high frequency natural language alternatives that could improve retrieval of this set (cardiac failure, cardiac resynchronization, left ventricular systolic dysfunction, left ventricular diastolic dysfunction, and LV dysfunction). Together these terms reclaimed

  10. Wall Insulation; BTS Technology Fact Sheet

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    Southface Energy Institute; Tromly, K.

    2000-11-07

    Properly sealed, moisture-protected, and insulated walls help increase comfort, reduce noise, and save on energy costs. This fact sheet addresses these topics plus advanced framing techniques, insulation types, wall sheathings, and steps for effective wall construction and insulation.

  11. PubMed Medline 1: Accés. Gener 2011

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    Universitat de Barcelona. CRAI

    2011-01-01

    També podeu consultar altres tutorials sobre el PubMed: 2. PubMed Medline: Cerca bàsica, http://hdl.handle.net/2445/15123; 3. PubMed Medline: Elements de cerca i límits, http://hdl.handle.net/2445/15124; 4. PubMed Medline: Matèries MeSH, http://hdl.handle.net/2445/15125; 5. PubMed Medline: Cerca avançada, http://hdl.handle.net/2445/15126; 6. PubMed Medline: Exemple de cerca avançada, http://hdl.handle.net/2445/15127; 7. PubMed Medline: Gestionar els resultats, http://hdl.handle.net/2445/1512...

  12. Super Wall Graphics for Learning.

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    Taylor, Anne; Vlastos, George

    1985-01-01

    Steps for organizing and implementing a program that involves elementary students in beautifying their school with large-scale wall graphics are outlined. Sources of design, drawing hints, painting methods, application techniques, and follow-up activities are discussed. (RM)

  13. Restrained shrinkage of masonry walls

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    Zijl, G.P.A.G. van; Rots, J.G.

    1998-01-01

    State of the art computational rnechanics, in combination with experimental programmes have a lot to offer in providing insight, characterization of total behaviour and predictive ability of structural masonry. Here numerical research towards rationalizing masonry wall movement joint positioning and

  14. Acute traumatic abdominal wall hernia

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    Hartog, Dennis; Tuinebreijer, Wim; Oprel, Pim; Patka, Peter

    2011-01-01

    textabstractAlthough blunt abdominal trauma is frequent, traumatic abdominal wall hernias (TAWH) are rare. We describe a large TAWH with associated intra-abdominal lesions that were caused by high-energy trauma. The diagnosis was missed by clinical examination but was subsequently revealed by a computed tomography (CT) scan. Repair consisted of an open anatomical reconstruction of the abdominal wall layers with reinforcement by an intraperitoneal composite mesh. The patient recovered well and...

  15. Klinisk retningslinje for opsporing af angst og/eller depression hos indlagte og ambulante patienter med kronisk obstruktiv lungesygdom

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    Strømstad, Grisja Vorre; Stassen, Ingelise Trosborg; Lassen Nielsen, Stine

    2015-01-01

    Formålet med den kliniske retningslinje er, at identificere screeningsredskaber der kan opspore angst og depression hos patienter med KOL, så patienter med angst og/eller depression bliver tilbudt relevant behandling.......Formålet med den kliniske retningslinje er, at identificere screeningsredskaber der kan opspore angst og depression hos patienter med KOL, så patienter med angst og/eller depression bliver tilbudt relevant behandling....

  16. The Mediterranean Supersite Volcanoes (MED-SUV) Project: an overview

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    Puglisi, Giuseppe

    2013-04-01

    In response to the EC call ENV.2012.6.4-2 (Long-term monitoring experiments in geologically active regions of Europe prone to natural hazards: the Supersite concept - FP7-ENV-2012-two-stage) a wide community of volcanological institutions proposed the project Mediterranean Supersite Volcanoes (MED-SUV), which is in the negotiation phase at the time of writing. The Consortium is composed by 18 European University and research institutes, four Small or Medium Enterprises (SME) and two non-European University and research institutes. MED-SUV will improve the consortium capacity of assessment of volcanic hazards in Supersites of Southern Italy by optimising and integrating existing and new observation/monitoring systems, by a breakthrough in understanding of volcanic processes and by increasing the effectiveness of the coordination between the scientific and end-user communities. More than 3 million of people are exposed to potential volcanic hazards in a large region in the Mediterranean Sea, where two among the largest European volcanic areas are located: Mt. Etna and Campi Flegrei/Vesuvius. This project will fully exploit the unique detailed long-term in-situ monitoring data sets available for these volcanoes and integrate with Earth Observation (EO) data, setting the basic tools for a significant step ahead in the discrimination of pre-, syn- and post-eruptive phases. The wide range of styles and intensities of volcanic phenomena observed on these volcanoes, which can be assumed as archetypes of 'closed conduit ' and 'open conduit' volcano, together with the long-term multidisciplinary data sets give an exceptional opportunity to improve the understanding of a very wide spectrum of geo-hazards, as well as implementing and testing a large variety of innovative models of ground deformation and motion. Important impacts on the European industrial sector are expected, arising from a partnership integrating the scientific community and SMEs to implement together new

  17. TERENO-MED: Terrestrial Environmental Observatories in the Mediterranean Region

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    Krueger, Elisabeth; Friesen, Jan; Kallioras, Andreas; Bogena, Heye; Devaraju, Anusuriya; Vereecken, Harry; Teutsch, Georg

    2013-04-01

    Centres and jointly operated with local partners across the Mediterranean region. In a number of Mediterranean mesoscale hydrological catchments TERENO-MED will investigate the long-term effects of global change on the quality and the dynamics of water resources in human-influenced environments under water scarcity. The Helmholtz Centres UFZ (overall coordinator) and FZJ have therefore initiated the set-up of a network of global change observatories in 5-10 Mediterranean river catchments. The TERENO-MED observatories will: - investigate societally relevant water problems in the context of 'typical' Mediterranean environments, - provide long-term and quality-controlled data available to the scientific community, - be operated and maintained through local research institutes and universities, - establish common monitoring platforms and foster synergies between research organizations, - provide solutions to pressing local and regional water problems by building partnerships between scientific partners and regional authorities.

  18. Innovative Composite Wall System for Sheathing Masonry Walls

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    Wendt, Robert L. [Oak Ridge National Lab., TN (United States); Cavallo, James [Argonne National Lab., IL (United States)

    1997-09-25

    Existing Housing - Much of the older multifamily housing stock in the United States includes units in structures with uninsulated masonry walls. Included in this stock are two- and three-story walk-up apartments, larger apartment complexes, and public housing (both high- rise and townhouse). This older multifamily housing has seen years of heavy use that may have left the plaster wall marred or damaged. Long- term building settlement or movement may have cracked the plaster, sometimes severely. Moisture from invented kitchens and baths may have caused condensation on uninsulated exterior walls. At best this condensation has left stains on the paint or wallpaper. At worst it has supported mold and mildew growth, fouling the air and creating unhealthy living conditions. Deteriorating plaster and flaking paint also result from wet walls. The presence of flaking, lead-based paint in older (pre-1978) housing is a major public health concern. Children can suffer permanent mental handicaps and psychological disorders if they are subjected to elevated levels of lead, while adults can suffer hypertension and other maladies. Studies have found that, in some urban communities with older housing stocks, over 35% of children tested have elevated blood lead levels (Hastings, et al.: 1997). Nationally, nearly 22% of black, non-hispanic children living in pre-1946 housing were found to have elevated levels of lead in their blood (MWWR Article: February 21,1997). The deterioration of many of these walls is to the point that lead can freely enter the living space.

  19. Mediator Subunit Med28 Is Essential for Mouse Peri-Implantation Development and Pluripotency.

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    Lin Li

    Full Text Available The multi-subunit mammalian Mediator complex acts as an integrator of transcriptional regulation by RNA Polymerase II, and has emerged as a master coordinator of development and cell fate determination. We previously identified the Mediator subunit, MED28, as a cytosolic binding partner of merlin, the Neurofibromatosis 2 (NF2 tumor suppressor, and thus MED28 is distinct in having a cytosolic role as an NF2 interacting protein as well as a nuclear role as a Mediator complex subunit. Although limited in vitro studies have been performed on MED28, its in vivo function remains unknown. Employing a knockout mouse model, we describe for the first time the requirement for Med28 in the developing mouse embryo. Med28-deficiency causes peri-implantation lethality resulting from the loss of pluripotency of the inner cell mass accompanied by reduced expression of key pluripotency transcription factors Oct4 and Nanog. Further, overexpression of Med28 in mouse embryonic fibroblasts enhances the efficiency of their reprogramming to pluripotency. Cre-mediated inactivation of Med28 in induced pluripotent stem cells shows that Med28 is required for their survival. Intriguingly, heterozygous loss of Med28 results in differentiation of induced pluripotent stem cells into extraembryonic trophectoderm and primitive endoderm lineages. Our findings document the essential role of Med28 in the developing embryo as well as in acquisition and maintenance of pluripotency during reprogramming.

  20. Body image hos mastektomiopererede kvinder, med og uden rekonstruktion

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    Thorup, Charlotte Brun; Gregersen, Anette Møller; Damgaard, Helle

    2012-01-01

    Baggrund: I Danmark er incidensen for brystkræft ca. 5.000 årligt. Kvinder, der er mastektomiopereret, risikerer ubalance i body image. De kan føle sig amputeret, lemlæstede, mindre kvindelige og mindre seksuelt attraktive. De kan frygte at se sig selv i spejlet. De kan opleve, at kroppen ikke er...... hel. Mange undersøgelser er kvantitative og kun få har undersøgt kvindernes oplevelse af body image kvalitativt. Formål: At opnå indsigt i danske mastektomiopererede kvinders oplevelse af body image, med fokus på den akutte fase samt år efter operationen, hvor beslutningen om valg eller fravalg af...... rekonstruktion var taget. Metode: Undersøgelsen var fænomenologisk hermeneutisk, idet hensigten var at opnå indsigt i kvinders oplevelser af body image relateret til mastektomi. Fund: Undersøgelsen resulterede i tre temaer, der følger Bob Price begreber. Kropsrealiteten viste sig som ”en krop, der ikke var hel...

  1. Performance requirements of the MedAustron beam delivery system

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    The Austrian hadron therapy center MedAustron is currently under construction with patient treatment planned to commence in 2015. Tumors will be irradiated using proton and carbon ions, for which the steeply rising Bragg curve and finite range offer a better conformity of the dose to the geometrical shape of the tumor compared to conventional photon irradiation. The current trend is to move from passive scattering toward active scanning using a narrow pencil beam in order to reach an even better dose conformation and limit the need of patient specific hardware. The quality of the deposited dose will ultimately depend on the performance of the beam delivery chain: beam profile and extraction stability of the extracted beam, accuracy and ramp rate of the scanning magnet power supplies, and precision of the beam monitors used for verifying the delivered dose. With a sharp lateral penumbra, the transverse dose fall-off can be minimized. This is of particular importance in situations where the lesion is adjace...

  2. A PubMed-wide study of endometriosis.

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    Liu, Ji-Long; Zhao, Miao

    2016-10-01

    Endometriosis affects 5-10% of women in reproductive age, leading to dysmenorrhea, pelvic pain and infertility; however, our understanding on the pathogenesis of this disease remains incomplete. In the present study, we performed a systematic analysis of endometriosis-related genes using text mining. Taking text mining results as input, we subsequently generated a filtered gene set by computing the likelihood of finding more than expected occurrences for every gene across the disease-centered subset of the PubMed database. Characterization of this filtered gene set by gene ontology, pathway and network analysis provides clues to the multiple mechanisms hypothesized to be responsible for the establishment of ectopic endometrial tissues, including the migration, implantation, survival and proliferation of ectopic endometrial cells. Finally, using this gene set as "seed", we scanned human genome to predict novel candidate genes based on gene annotations from multiple databases. Our study provides in-depth insights into the pathogenesis of endometriosis. Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  3. Exploitation of a large COSMO-SkyMed interferometric dataset

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    Nutricato, Raffaele; Nitti, Davide O.; Bovenga, Fabio; Refice, Alberto; Chiaradia, Maria T.

    2014-10-01

    In this work we explored a dataset made by more than 100 images acquired by COSMO-SkyMed (CSK) constellation over the Port-au-Prince (Haiti) metropolitan and surrounding areas that were severely hit by the January 12th, 2010 earthquake. The images were acquired along ascending pass by all the four sensors of the constellation with a mean rate of 1 acquisition/week. This consistent CSK dataset was fully exploited by using the Persistent Scatterer Interferometry algorithm SPINUA with the aim of: i) providing a displacement map of the area; ii) assessing the use of CSK and PSI for ground elevation measurements; iii) exploring the CSK satellite orbital tube in terms of both precision and size. In particular, significant subsidence phenomena were detected affecting river deltas and coastal areas of the Port-au-Prince and Carrefour region, as well as very slow slope movements and local ground instabilities. Ground elevation was also measured on PS targets with resolution of 3m. The density of these measurable targets depends on the ground coverage, and reaches values higher than 4000 PS/km2 over urban areas, while it drops over vegetated areas or along slopes affected by layover and shadow. Heights values were compared with LIDAR data at 1m of resolution collected soon after the 2010 earthquake. Furthermore, by using geocoding procedures and the precise LIDAR data as reference, the orbital errors affecting CSK records were investigated. The results are in line with other recent studies.

  4. A Shielding Concept for the MedAustron Facility

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    Jägerhofer L.

    2017-01-01

    Full Text Available MedAustron is a synchrotron based accelerator facility for cancer therapy and research in Wiener Neustadt, 50 km south of Vienna. The facility will provide protons up to kinetic energies of 250 MeV and carbon ions up to 400 MeV/n for ion beam therapy. Additionally, protons up to 800 MeV kinetic energy will be used in a dedicated room for non-clinical research. In order to obtain a shielding concept for this facility a detailed geometry of the accelerator facility was implemented into the Monte-Carlo code FLUKA and shielding simulations were performed. In the course of these simulations the contributions of different particle types to the mixed fields around the accelerator and behind shielding were analysed. In an iterative process with the architect the final design of the shielding concept was developed until it was capable of reducing the effect of secondary radiation on humans and the environment below Austrian legal limits.

  5. MHD Electrode and wall constructions

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    Way, Stewart; Lempert, Joseph

    1984-01-01

    Electrode and wall constructions for the walls of a channel transmitting the hot plasma in a magnetohydrodynamic generator. The electrodes and walls are made of a plurality of similar modules which are spaced from one another along the channel. The electrodes can be metallic or ceramic, and each module includes one or more electrodes which are exposed to the plasma and a metallic cooling bar which is spaced from the plasma and which has passages through which a cooling fluid flows to remove heat transmitted from the electrode to the cooling bar. Each electrode module is spaced from and electrically insulated from each adjacent module while interconnected by the cooling fluid which serially flows among selected modules. A wall module includes an electrically insulating ceramic body exposed to the plasma and affixed, preferably by mechanical clips or by brazing, to a metallic cooling bar spaced from the plasma and having cooling fluid passages. Each wall module is, similar to the electrode modules, electrically insulated from the adjacent modules and serially interconnected to other modules by the cooling fluid.

  6. Functional domain walls in multiferroics.

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    Meier, Dennis

    2015-11-25

    During the last decade a wide variety of novel and fascinating correlation phenomena has been discovered at domain walls in multiferroic bulk systems, ranging from unusual electronic conductance to inseparably entangled spin and charge degrees of freedom. The domain walls represent quasi-2D functional objects that can be induced, positioned, and erased on demand, bearing considerable technological potential for future nanoelectronics. Most of the challenges that remain to be solved before turning related device paradigms into reality, however, still fall in the field of fundamental condensed matter physics and materials science. In this topical review seminal experimental findings gained on electric and magnetic domain walls in multiferroic bulk materials are addressed. A special focus is put on the physical properties that emerge at so-called charged domain walls and the added functionality that arises from coexisting magnetic order. The research presented in this review highlights that we are just entering a whole new world of intriguing nanoscale physics that is yet to be explored in all its details. The goal is to draw attention to the persistent challenges and identify future key directions for the research on functional domain walls in multiferroics.

  7. Indsatsen over for børn med handicap og træningsbehov

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    Wüst, Miriam; Thorsager, Linda; Bengtsson, Steen

    Formålet med denne rapport er at kortlægge den offentlige trænings- og behandlingsindsats over for børn med handicap i førskolealderen, herunder at undersøge forældrenes tilfredshed med indsatsen. Undersøgelsen bygger på en spørgeskemaundersøgelse foretaget i 2007 blandt forældre, fagpersoner i...... daginstitutioner og kommunale sagsbehandlere til i alt 317 børn med handicap. Børnene er alle født i 2001/2002 og har modtaget eller modtager en offentlig hjælpeindsats i forbindelse med deres handicap. Rapporten inddrager endvidere fokusgruppeinterview fra 2008 med bl.a. pædagoger, terapeuter/behandlere, ledelse...

  8. Integration af behandling og social indsats over for personer med sindslidelse

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    Bengtsson, Steen; Knudsen, Sine Grønborg

    Rapporten evaluerer projektet ”Integrerede forløb for sindslidende”, hvor seks forsøgsprojekter fra 2011 til 2013 har arbejdet med integration af behandling af og social indsats over for mennesker med sindslidelse. Projektet er igangsat af Socialstyrelsen med satspuljemidler. De seks forsøgsproje......Rapporten evaluerer projektet ”Integrerede forløb for sindslidende”, hvor seks forsøgsprojekter fra 2011 til 2013 har arbejdet med integration af behandling af og social indsats over for mennesker med sindslidelse. Projektet er igangsat af Socialstyrelsen med satspuljemidler. De seks...... definition af begrebet integration og de konkrete værktøjer, der er indført. Fælles for projekterne er dog, at både borgere og fagpersonale har oplevet forløbene som positive. Borgerne oplever en positiv udvikling i deres situation, og fagpersonalet tilkendegiver, at de har fået bedre mulighed...

  9. Kvinder indlagt med svær præeklampsi efterlyser sammenhæng

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    Stenshøj, Jette; Aagaard, Hanne

    2014-01-01

    Præeklampsi rammer 2-5 % af alle gravide i Danmark. Sygdommen kan udvikle sig alvorligt og eneste behandling er forløsning af det ofte præmature barn. Kvinder med svær præeklampsi gennemlever psykologisk stress, og de er samtidig i risiko for en efterfødselsreaktion. Formålet med studiet er......, at undersøge kvinders oplevelse og vurdering af den stress, der kan være forbundet med indlæggelse med svær præeklampsi. Studiet er baseret på interview med tre kvinder efter indlæggelse med svær præeklampsi. Benner og Wrubels forståelse af stress er anvendt som teoretisk ramme for udarbejdelse af...

  10. The feasibility of removable prefab diaphragm walls

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    Amaarouk, R.; De Gijt, J.G.; Braam, C.R.

    2013-01-01

    A diaphragm wall is a cast in-situ reinforced concrete retaining wall applied in, among others, quay walls. The main advantages of this type of retaining wall are that it can be made in almost every preferred length and that it can resist high structural loads. However, there are several

  11. Turbine airfoil with outer wall thickness indicators

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    Marra, John J; James, Allister W; Merrill, Gary B

    2013-08-06

    A turbine airfoil usable in a turbine engine and including a depth indicator for determining outer wall blade thickness. The airfoil may include an outer wall having a plurality of grooves in the outer surface of the outer wall. The grooves may have a depth that represents a desired outer surface and wall thickness of the outer wall. The material forming an outer surface of the outer wall may be removed to be flush with an innermost point in each groove, thereby reducing the wall thickness and increasing efficiency. The plurality of grooves may be positioned in a radially outer region of the airfoil proximate to the tip.

  12. Møde med russiske soldatermødre på Københavns Universitet

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    Fledelius, Karsten

    2009-01-01

    Artiklen beretter om NGO-arbejdet med russiske værnepligtige i Nordvest-Rusland, som led i en langsom, men støt udvikling af civilsamfundet i Rusland i samarbejde med NGO-er i EU-landene omkring Østersøen Udgivelsesdato: Juni......Artiklen beretter om NGO-arbejdet med russiske værnepligtige i Nordvest-Rusland, som led i en langsom, men støt udvikling af civilsamfundet i Rusland i samarbejde med NGO-er i EU-landene omkring Østersøen Udgivelsesdato: Juni...

  13. Medication identification in pediatric asthma (MED ID): The reliability and validity of a novel screening tool.

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    Frey, Sean M; Fernandez, I Diana; Ossip, Deborah J; Halterman, Jill S

    2016-11-18

    To evaluate the reliability and validity of medication identification (MED ID), a novel survey assessing caregiver-perceived ability to identify inhaled asthma medications. We analyzed baseline data from the School-Based Asthma Care for Teens trial in Rochester, NY. Caregivers of adolescents with persistent asthma named the inhaled medications used by their child and identified medications on a pictorial chart. Accurate identification was defined as completed matches between listed names and selected images. Caregivers answered the MED ID survey of four scaled questions on perceived ability to identify inhaled medications. We determined internal consistency reliability using Cronbach's alpha; examined concurrent validity by comparing MED ID sum scores with accurate identification using bivariate and multivariate analyses; and assessed the diagnostic utility of MED ID through receiver operating characteristic analysis. 126 caregivers (76% of enrolled) reported >1 inhaled medication; 52% of caregivers accurately identified medications. Two MED ID questions were removed during analysis. The two remaining questions had a score range of 2-10 points; higher scores indicate greater caregiver-perceived ability to identify medications. The Cronbach's alpha was 0.603. Accurate identification of medications was associated with a higher mean MED ID score (8.6 vs 7.6, p = 0.01). Accuracy was most strongly associated with MED ID scores ≥8 points (88% vs 60%, p MED ID scores ≥8 points (0.638). The two-item MED ID survey is a reliable and valid way to assess caregiver's ability to identify inhaled asthma medications.

  14. k-MED - from a local project to a service provider for eLearning

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    Wagner, Richard

    2006-11-01

    Full Text Available k-MED evolved from a single medical subject project in 1999 to a provider of comprehensive technology, infrastructure and content for authors and learners. It currently offers about 170 courses covering 16 medical subjects. The k-MED community consists of medical authors and experts for technology, graphical and instructional design. It has its proprietary authoring tools and an internet based learning management system, both being continually improved corresponding to service experiences. k-MED aims at ongoing development as a service provider for educational institutions for undergraduate or continuing medical education. For further information see http://www.k-med.org.

  15. Ny ph.d.-afhandling: En samlet indsats letter livet med KOL

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    Smidth, Margrethe

    2014-01-01

    Ph.d.-afhandlingen viser, at de fleste patienter med KOL lever bedst med den kroniske sygdom, når deres egen læge er tovholder i samarbejdet mellem almen praksis, kommune og hospital. Det primære formål med studiet var at få Region Midtjyllands forløbsprogram for KOL til at fungere i hverdagen ho...... KOL i at håndtere hverdagen med invaliderende åndenød, slim og hosteanfald, der kan føre til indlæggelse....

  16. Erfarenheter av att leva med stomi efter kolo-/rektalcancer : En litteraturstudie

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    Rydelius, Linn; Proena, Antonia

    2015-01-01

    Erfarenheter av att leva med stomi efter kolo-/rektalcancer Bakgrund: Vanligaste orsaken till att en stomi anläggs är kolorektalcancer. En stomioperation kan orsaka förändringar i personens liv. Det kirurgiska ingreppet har stor inverkan på personens kropp. Personen kan uppleva oro, nedsatt självbild och försämrad livskvalitet. Personen med stomi kan även uppleva förändringar i det sociala livet och sexualiteten. Syfte: Syftet med studien var att belysa personers erfarenheter av att leva med...

  17. Elevated MED28 expression predicts poor outcome in women with breast cancer

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    Horvath Steve

    2010-06-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background MED28 (also known as EG-1 and magicin has been implicated in transcriptional control, signal regulation, and cell proliferation. MED28 has also been associated with tumor progression in in vitro and in vivo models. Here we examined the association of MED28 expression with human breast cancer progression. Methods Expression of MED28 protein was determined on a population basis using a high-density tissue microarray consisting of 210 breast cancer patients. The association and validation of MED28 expression with histopathological subtypes, clinicopathological variables, and disease outcome was assessed. Results MED28 protein expression levels were increased in ductal carcinoma in situ and invasive ductal carcinoma of the breast compared to non-malignant glandular and ductal epithelium. Moreover, MED28 was a predictor of disease outcome in both univariate and multivariate analyses with higher expression predicting a greater risk of disease-related death. Conclusions We have demonstrated that MED28 expression is increased in breast cancer. In addition, although the patient size was limited (88 individuals with survival information MED28 is a novel and strong independent prognostic indicator of survival for breast cancer.

  18. The MedAustron Project at CERN, Status Report, May 2013

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    Benedikt, M; Gutleber, J

    2013-01-01

    MedAustron is a light ion-therapy and research centre based on a synchrotron accelerator complex under construction in Austria. It is the first large-scale accelerator facility in Austria. For the implementation of the required accelerator technologies, the county of Lower Austria and the company EBG MedAustron have set up dedicated agreements with CERN. These cover the assistance of CERN for the design and manufacturing follow-up of accelerator components and training of MedAustron personnel. CERN contributed to the MedAustron construction in particular by providing domain expertise, infrastructure, and manpower in relation with the design, the tendering and procurement processes.\

  19. Betydningsfulde øjeblikke - med modtageren i centrum

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    John Fiske

    1992-08-01

    Full Text Available TV2 har fra starten positioneret sig som en modtagerorienteret kanal. I modsætning til DR-TV, hvor afsenderens hensigter (opdragelse, oplysning, demokratisk debat har været styrende for programpolitik- ken. Når afsenderhensigten bliver det overordnede i kommunikations- processen, kaldes det af mange bedreviden, formynderi eller skole- lærer TV. Den historiske forankring for sådanne programopfattelser har været diskuteret af Ib Bondebjerg i MedieKultur nr.14 og af Henrik Dahl i nr. 15. I konkurrencen med TV2 er DR-TV på vej væk fra sine rødder i bor- gerlige dannelsesidealer, forestillingen som enhedskulturen og oplys- ningstraditionen. For at give et lidt bredere perspektiv på konsekven- serne af den modtagerorientering, som også har præget diskussionen om receptionsforskningen i Danmark (se MedieKultur nr.7, bringer vi her en oversættelse af John Fiskes artikel fra "Critical Studies in Mass Communication", vol. 5: 246-251, 1988. For Fiske er modtageren det afgørende element, når en tekst skal tillægges betydning. Hermed sæt- ter han en ny ramme for diskussionen af hvad det er, der gør en tekst betydningsfuld, dvs. hvad der giver den kvalitet. John Fiske er en kontroversiel person i international medieforskning. Efter klassikeren "Reading Television" (1978, har han placeret sig, eller er blevet placeret som medieforskningens "enfant terrible", den totale populismes bannerfører, der ser sund folkelig modstand, hvor andre ser ideologisk hjernevask. Hans seneste udgivelser om popu- lærkultur, "Reading the Popular" og "Understanding Popular Culture" er blevet kaldt den største trussel i nyere tid mod et politisk forpligtet "cultural studies" (Martin Barkers anmeldelse i "Magazine of Culture Studies" nr.1, 1990. Artiklen er oversat af Mette Davidsen Nielsen.

  20. Connecting the dots between PubMed abstracts.

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    M Shahriar Hossain

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: There are now a multitude of articles published in a diversity of journals providing information about genes, proteins, pathways, and diseases. Each article investigates subsets of a biological process, but to gain insight into the functioning of a system as a whole, we must integrate information from multiple publications. Particularly, unraveling relationships between extra-cellular inputs and downstream molecular response mechanisms requires integrating conclusions from diverse publications. METHODOLOGY: We present an automated approach to biological knowledge discovery from PubMed abstracts, suitable for "connecting the dots" across the literature. We describe a storytelling algorithm that, given a start and end publication, typically with little or no overlap in content, identifies a chain of intermediate publications from one to the other, such that neighboring publications have significant content similarity. The quality of discovered stories is measured using local criteria such as the size of supporting neighborhoods for each link and the strength of individual links connecting publications, as well as global metrics of dispersion. To ensure that the story stays coherent as it meanders from one publication to another, we demonstrate the design of novel coherence and overlap filters for use as post-processing steps. CONCLUSIONS: WE DEMONSTRATE THE APPLICATION OF OUR STORYTELLING ALGORITHM TO THREE CASE STUDIES: i a many-one study exploring relationships between multiple cellular inputs and a molecule responsible for cell-fate decisions, ii a many-many study exploring the relationships between multiple cytokines and multiple downstream transcription factors, and iii a one-to-one study to showcase the ability to recover a cancer related association, viz. the Warburg effect, from past literature. The storytelling pipeline helps narrow down a scientist's focus from several hundreds of thousands of relevant documents to only

  1. Samtalegrupper for personer med Aspergers syndrom. En kvalitativ studie av hva fagpersoner forteller om planlegging, gjennomføring og effekt av samtalegrupper for personer med Aspergers syndrom

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    Jensen, Øyvind

    2014-01-01

    Denne oppgaven er skrevet ut fra problemstillingen: Hvordan beskriver fagpersoner planlegging, gjennomføring og effekt av samtalegrupper for personer med Aspergers syndrom? Den belyser teori om Aspergers syndrom, effekt av samtalegrupper samt andre viktige forhold i tilknytning til samtalegruppe, som kommunikasjon, veiledning og psykoedukasjon. Fire informanter fra nettverket «Nasjonalt fagutviklingsnettverk om psykoedukative grupper for personer med Aspergers syndrom» ble intervjuet, ...

  2. Acalculous Diffuse Gallbladder Wall Thickening in Children

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    Lee, Ji Haeng; No, Young Eun; Lee, Yeoun Joo; Hwang, Jae Yeon; Lee, Joon Woo; Park, Jae Hong

    2014-01-01

    Purpose Gallbladder (GB) wall thickening can be found in various conditions unrelated to intrinsic GB disease. We investigated the predisposing etiologies and the outcome of acalculous GB wall thickening in children. Methods We retrospectively analyzed 67 children with acalculous GB wall thickening who had visited our institute from June 2010 to June 2013. GB wall thickening was defined as a GB wall diameter >3.5 mm on abdominal ultrasound examination or computed tomography. Underlying diseas...

  3. Solar Walls for concrete renovation

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    Gramkow, Lotte; Vejen, Niels Kristian; Olsen, Lars

    1996-01-01

    This repport gives a short presentation of three full-scale testing solar walls, the construction including the architectural design, materials and components, transportation and storage of solar enegy, the effect on the construction behind, statics and practical experience.The results of the mea......This repport gives a short presentation of three full-scale testing solar walls, the construction including the architectural design, materials and components, transportation and storage of solar enegy, the effect on the construction behind, statics and practical experience.The results...

  4. Wave Forces on Crown Walls

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    Pedersen, Jan; Burcharth, H. F.

    1993-01-01

    This paper presents some of the results from a large parametric laboratory study including more than 200 long-duration model tests. The study addresses both the wave forces imposed on the breakwater crown wall as well as the performance of the structure in reducing the wave overtopping. The testing...... programme includes variations of the sea state parameters and of the geometrical configuration of the breakwater and crown wall. Basic relations between forces/overtopping and the varied parameters are examined and preliminary design guidelines for structures within the tested range of variations...

  5. [Expression detection of med-ORF12 encoding a stereochemical ketoreductase possibly involved in medermycin biosynthesis].

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    Sun, Rui; Liu, Ming; Gong, Caixia; Wang, Wei; Zeng, Aibing; Li, Aiying

    2012-01-01

    Medermycin, an aromatic polyketide antibiotic produced by streptomyces, possesses a stereochemical-pyran-ring lactone critical for its strong anticancer activity. The med-ORF12 located in the biosynthetic gene cluster of medermycin encodes a stereochemical ketoreductase. Based on many indirect data, we proposed it to be involved in the enantioselective reduction at C-3 in the formation of the pyran ring of medermycin. The direct genetic evidence about the function of med-ORF12 in the medermycin-producing strain has yet to be obtained. Enzymatic features, expression and regulation pattern of Med-ORF12 in the medermycin-producer still remain obscure. The present study aimed to investigate the expression profiles of med-ORF12 and relationship between Med-ORF12 and medermycin accumulation in medermycin-producers using prokaryotic expression, protein purification, polyclonal antiserum preparation, western blot. First, we established a prokaryotic expression system of med-ORF12 using a pET vector and optimized the induction conditions to accumulate the soluble Med-ORF12. Subsequently, we acquired the polyclonal antiserum against Med-ORF12 by immunizing the New Zealand rabbit with the purified protein. Finally, we detected the expression pattern of med-ORF12 in the medermycin producers with the obtained polyclonal antiserum, and found that med-ORF12 could express with a fairly high amount during the late stationary phase of the medermycin-producers, consistent with the accumulation of medermycin as a secondary metabolite. These data indicated that Med-ORF12 expressing efficiently in the secondary metabolism could be involved in the biosynthesis of medermycin in the medermycin-producers.

  6. Overlap/Domain-wall reweighting

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    Fukaya, H.; Aoki, S.; Cossu, G.; Hashimoto, S.; Kaneko, T.; Noaki, J.

    We investigate the eigenvalues of nearly chiral lattice Dirac operators constructed with five-dimensional implementations. Allowing small violation of the Ginsparg-Wilson relation, the HMC simulation is made much faster while the eigenvalues are not significantly affected. We discuss the possibility of reweighting the gauge configurations generated with domain-wall fermions to those of exactly chiral lattice fermions.

  7. The Influence of Wall Binders

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    Rose, Jørgen

    1997-01-01

    This report is an analysis of the thermal bridge effects that occur in wall binders in masonry buildings. The effects are analyzed using a numerical calculation programme.The results are compared to the values given in the danish standard, DS418....

  8. Retrofitting Systems for External Walls

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    Rose, Jørgen

    1997-01-01

    In this report, 9 different external and internal retrofitting systems are analyzed using numerical calculations. The analysis focuses on the thermal bridge effects in the different systems, and on this basis it is discussed whether internal or external retrofitting has the most advantages....... The different systems are evaluated using 5 different types of existing walls....

  9. Acute traumatic abdominal wall hernia

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    D. den Hartog (Dennis); W.E. Tuinebreijer (Wim); P.P. Oprel (Pim); P. Patka (Peter)

    2011-01-01

    textabstractAlthough blunt abdominal trauma is frequent, traumatic abdominal wall hernias (TAWH) are rare. We describe a large TAWH with associated intra-abdominal lesions that were caused by high-energy trauma. The diagnosis was missed by clinical examination but was subsequently revealed by a

  10. Fandom and the fourth wall

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    Jenna Kathryn Ballinger

    2014-09-01

    Full Text Available I use the Teen Wolf fandom as an example to examine the ways social media has created a more complicated, nuanced relationship with fans. The collapse of the fourth wall between fans and The Powers That Be can have both positive and negative impacts, depending on the willingness of participants to maintain mutual respect and engage in meaningful dialogue.

  11. Abdominal wall blocks in adults

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    Neimann, Jens Dupont Børglum; Gögenür, Ismail; Bendtsen, Thomas F.

    2016-01-01

    Purpose of review Abdominal wall blocks in adults have evolved much during the last decade; that is, particularly with the introduction of ultrasound-guided (USG) blocks. This review highlights recent advances of block techniques within this field and proposes directions for future research...

  12. Chapter 3 Cell Wall Chemistry

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    Roger M. Rowell; Roger Pettersen; Mandla A. Tshabalala

    2012-01-01

    Wood is best defined as a three-dimensional biopolymer composite composed of an interconnected network of cellulose, hemicelluloses and lignin with minor amounts of extractives, and inorganics. The major chemical component of a living tree is water, but on a dry weight basis, all wood cell walls consist mainly of sugar-based polymers (carbohydrates, 65-75%) that are...

  13. Designing a Sound Reducing Wall

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    Erk, Kendra; Lumkes, John; Shambach, Jill; Braile, Larry; Brickler, Anne; Matthys, Anna

    2015-01-01

    Acoustical engineers use their knowledge of sound to design quiet environments (e.g., classrooms and libraries) as well as to design environments that are supposed to be loud (e.g., concert halls and football stadiums). They also design sound barriers, such as the walls along busy roadways that decrease the traffic noise heard by people in…

  14. Shear wall ultimate drift limits

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    Duffey, T.A. [Duffy, (T.A.) Tijeras, NM (United States); Goldman, A. [Goldman, (A.), Sandia, Los Alamos, NM (United States); Farrar, C.R. [Los Alamos National Lab., NM (United States)

    1994-04-01

    Drift limits for reinforced-concrete shear walls are investigated by reviewing the open literature for appropriate experimental data. Drift values at ultimate are determined for walls with aspect ratios ranging up to a maximum of 3.53 and undergoing different types of lateral loading (cyclic static, monotonic static, and dynamic). Based on the geometry of actual nuclear power plant structures exclusive of containments and concerns regarding their response during seismic (i.e.,cyclic) loading, data are obtained from pertinent references for which the wall aspect ratio is less than or equal to approximately 1, and for which testing is cyclic in nature (typically displacement controlled). In particular, lateral deflections at ultimate load, and at points in the softening region beyond ultimate for which the load has dropped to 90, 80, 70, 60, and 50 percent of its ultimate value, are obtained and converted to drift information. The statistical nature of the data is also investigated. These data are shown to be lognormally distributed, and an analysis of variance is performed. The use of statistics to estimate Probability of Failure for a shear wall structure is illustrated.

  15. Perspektiver på TTT’s arbejde med unge gennem 20 år

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    Singla, Rashmi; Hansen, Kirstine Fjeldgaard

    I forbindelse med TTT's(Transkulturelt Terapeutisk Team for etniske minoritetsunge og deres familier) 20 års jubilæum blev afholdt en konference, der skulle formidle perspektiver på TTT’s arbejde igennem 2 årtier. Konferencen blev afholdt d. 25.8.2011 på Københavns Universitet med deltagelse af 38...

  16. Vold og seksuelle overgreb mod børn og unge med handicap

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    Holt, Helle; Christoffersen, Mogens; Poulsen, Maria Hedemark

    Formålet med denne rapport er at styrke vidensgrundlaget om vold og seksuelle overgreb mod børn og unge med handicap. Til det formål belyses omfanget af overgreb, ofrenes karakteristik, risiko- og beskyttelsesfaktorer samt fagfolks arbejde med mistanke, opsporing og handling. Undersøgelsens analyse...... består af tre dele: Første del belyser omfanget af vold og seksuelle overgreb mod børn og unge med handicap, baseret på oplysninger om politianmeldte sager og registeroplysninger. Anden del belyser børn og unges egne oplevelser med overgreb, baseret på eksisterende spørgeskemadata fra henholdsvis...... Børneforløbsundersøgelsen og Forløbsundersøgelsen af anbragte børn. Tredje del belyser fagpersoners daglige arbejde på området om opsporing og forebyggelse af ovegreb med børn og unge med handicap, baseret på en mindre spørgeskemaundersøgelse til fagpersoner på specialområdet samt enkelte interview med videnspersoner...

  17. Mediologi - eller ideernes materielle kraft. Samtale med Régis Debray

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    Frandsen, Finn

    1997-01-01

    En samtale med den franske filosof Régiz Debray om mediologien, dvs. den videnskab om den 'symbolske effektivitets veje og midler', som han har arbejdet med siden begyndelsen af 90'erne. Der redeføres for mediologiens teoretiske forudsætninger hos bla. André Leroi-Gourhan og Marshall McLuhan...

  18. Are some of the challenging aspects of the CanMEDS roles valid outside Canada?

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    Ringsted, Charlotte; Hansen, Torben Lindskov; Davis, Deborah

    2006-01-01

    CONTEXT: Many countries have adopted the CanMEDS roles. However, there is limited information on how these apply in an international context and in different specialties. OBJECTIVES: To survey trainee and specialist ratings of the importance of the CanMEDS roles and perceived ability to perform...

  19. Mediation and the "Chilling" Effect of Med-Arb in a Simulated Labor-Management Dispute.

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    Carnevale, Peter J. D.; Leatherwood, Marya L.

    Mediation and mediation-arbitration (med-arb) are two forms of third-party conflict intervention that can affect integrative agreements in labor-management negotiation. In an attempt to evaluate the relative value of each of these two methods, 160 volunteers, almost all business students, were randomly placed into a mediation triad, a med-arb…

  20. Performing Environmental Change: MED Theatre and the Changing Face of Community-Based Performance Research

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    Schaefer, Kerrie

    2012-01-01

    This article examines a programme of work produced by community-based theatre company, Manaton and East Dartmoor (MED) Theatre, addressing issues of climate change as they impact on life in rural Devon, UK. After some discussion of MED Theatre's constitution as a community-based company and the group's long-term engagement with the place, history,…

  1. Obamas opgør med Bush låser ham i dronekrig

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    Ulrich, Philip Christian

    2013-01-01

    En helt central del af Obamas valgkamp i 2008 var et opgør med dele af Bush administrationens krig mod terror. Obama er dog blevet fanget i en kontroversiel dronepolitik på grund af hans manglende succes med de indenrigspolitiske aspekter af opgøret...

  2. MED18 interaction with distinct transcription factors regulates multiple plant functions.

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    Lai, Zhibing; Schluttenhofer, Craig M; Bhide, Ketaki; Shreve, Jacob; Thimmapuram, Jyothi; Lee, Sang Yeol; Yun, Dae-Jin; Mengiste, Tesfaye

    2014-01-01

    Mediator is an evolutionarily conserved transcriptional regulatory complex. Mechanisms of Mediator function are poorly understood. Here we show that Arabidopsis MED18 is a multifunctional protein regulating plant immunity, flowering time and responses to hormones through interactions with distinct transcription factors. MED18 interacts with YIN YANG1 to suppress disease susceptibility genes glutaredoxins GRX480, GRXS13 and thioredoxin TRX-h5. Consequently, yy1 and med18 mutants exhibit deregulated expression of these genes and enhanced susceptibility to fungal infection. In addition, MED18 interacts with ABA INSENSITIVE 4 and SUPPRESSOR OF FRIGIDA4 to regulate abscisic acid responses and flowering time, respectively. MED18 associates with the promoter, coding and terminator regions of target genes suggesting its function in transcription initiation, elongation and termination. Notably, RNA polymerase II occupancy and histone H3 lysine tri-methylation of target genes are affected in the med18 mutant, reinforcing MED18 function in different mechanisms of transcriptional control. Overall, MED18 conveys distinct cues to engender transcription underpinning plant responses.

  3. Pragmatisk tilgang til analyse af multiple studier med kontinuert ikke-lineær eksponeringsvariabel

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    Due, Karen Margrete; Jakobsen, Marianne Uhre; Overvad, Kim

    indgå med en fælles regressions parameter eller med en parameter per studie. På baggrund af dette anbefaler vi blandede modeller til analyse af flere studier simultant. Både restringerede kubiske splines og fraktionelle polynomier giver glatte ikke-lineære kurver. Restringerede kubiske splines ligger...

  4. Erfaringer fra England, Norge og Tyskland med mere privatiserede former for sociale boliger

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    Andersen, Hans Skifter; Vestergaard, Hedvig; Hansen, Knud Erik

    Formålet med denne rapport er at indsamle og formidle lettere tilgængelig viden om, hvordan den boligsociale opgave er løst i tre lande, England, Norge og Tyskland, der har mere privatiserede former for sociale boliger end i Danmark. Rapporten indledes med en diskussion af, hvad der skal forsås ved...

  5. Health informatics research in Australia: retrospective analysis using PubMed

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    Kumara Mendis

    2007-01-01

    Discussion Australian HI publications in PubMed increased consistently throughout the period 1970-2005, which is on a par with world trends in HI publications. In Australia, most HI publications are in general medical journals. Lack of consistency in author names and failure to include the country name and even the state are the main obstacles to PubMed bibliometric analysis.

  6. Mental Health and Academic Achievement among M.Ed. Students in Kerala

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    Moradi Sheykhjan, Tohid; K., Rajeswari; Jabari, Kamran

    2017-01-01

    The present research endeavor was aimed to assess relationship between Mental Health and Academic Achievement among M.Ed. students in Kerala. The sample of the study consisted of 314 M.Ed. students in Kerala. The method used for the present study was survey method. Mental Health Status Scale (M.H.S. Scale) was used and the study used the total…

  7. How to improve your PubMed/MEDLINE searches: 1. background and basic searching.

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    Fatehi, Farhad; Gray, Leonard C; Wootton, Richard

    2013-12-01

    PubMed provides free access via the Internet to more than 23 million records, of which over 19 million are from the MEDLINE database of journal articles. PubMed also provides access to other databases, such as the NCBI Bookshelf. To perform a basic search, you can simply enter the search terms or the concept that you are looking for in the search box. However, taking care to clarify your key concepts may save much time later on, because a non-specific search is likely to produce an overwhelming number of result hits. One way to make your search more specific is to specify which field you want to search using field tags. By default, the results of a search are sorted by the date added to PubMed and displayed in summary format with 20 result hits (records) on each page. In summary format, the title of the article, list of authors, source of information (e.g., journal name followed by date of publication, volume, issue, pages) and the unique PubMed record number called the PubMed identifier (PMID) are shown. Although information is stored about the articles, PubMed/MEDLINE does not store the full text of the papers themselves. However, PubMedCentral (PMC) stores more than 2.8 million articles (roughly 10% of the articles in PubMed) and provides access to them for free to the users.

  8. Samspil mellem universiteter og virksomheder om uddannelse - nordjyske virksomheders samarbejde med HA-uddannelsen

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    Christensen, Jesper Lindgaard

    sædvanligvis ikke. Med udgangspunkt i evalueringer foretaget blandt virksomhederne gennem de seneste næsten 10 år præsenteres resultater vdr. erfaringerne med den erhvervsøkonomiske uddannelses ordning på 5.semester, hvor de studerende er tilknyttet en virksomhed i den nordjyske region og skriver deres projekt...

  9. Behandlerblikket. Risiko og refleksion i socialt arbejde med familier og børn

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    Nissen, Maria Appel

    2006-01-01

    Artiklen er et omskrevet forsvar for ph.d.-afhandlingen "Behandlerblikket" (Nissen 2005). Artiklen viser, at socialt arbejde med familier og børn konstituerer forskellige Behandlerblikke, som er sammenlignelige, når det drejer sig om forudsætninger for at løse sociale problemer. Med udgangspunkt i...

  10. Fysisk rehabilitering i forbindelse med behandling af hæmatologiske sygdomme

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    Høgdal, Nina; Bartels, Frederik Reith; Smith, Nicholas Simon

    2015-01-01

    I denne statusartikel vurderes det, hvorvidt det eksisterende fysioterapeutiske træningstilbud under behandling af maligne sygdomme med højdosis kemoterapi og perifer stamcellestøtte (HD-ASCT) lever op til anbefalingerne i Kræftplan III. Alle seks hospitaler i Danmark, som behandler patienter med...

  11. Hjemmebaseret fysisk træning for voksne patienter med kronisk hjertesvigt

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    Svensson, Malene; Klenske, Frederikke; Støier, Louise

    Formålet med denne kliniske retningslinje er at undersøge, hvorvidt der er evidens for at hjemmebaseret træning har en gavnlig effekt på det fysiske funktionsniveau og/eller livskvaliteten hos voksne patienter med kronisk hjertesvigt NYHA klasse II-III og dermed kan anbefales til denne...

  12. Intervention rettet mod sproget hos børn med autisme

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    Brynskov, Cecilia

    2014-01-01

    Sprogniveauet hos børn med autisme er afgørende for deres muligheder for udfoldelse og udvikling, og sproget er et udviklingsområde, der er meget modtageligt for intensiv intervention. Imidlertid modtager danske børn med autisme kun sjældent intensiv intervention rettet mod sproget. De intensive...

  13. Validation of search filters for identifying pediatric studies in PubMed

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    Leclercq, Edith; Leeflang, Mariska M. G.; van Dalen, Elvira C.; Kremer, Leontien C. M.

    2013-01-01

    To identify and validate PubMed search filters for retrieving studies including children and to develop a new pediatric search filter for PubMed. We developed 2 different datasets of studies to evaluate the performance of the identified pediatric search filters, expressed in terms of sensitivity,

  14. Bøger til de små med stor betydning

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    Winther, Frederikke

    2010-01-01

    Kort beskrivelse af småbørnslitteraturen indeholdt i de bogpakker, som uddeles i forbindelse med litteraturformidlingsprogrammet Bogstart.......Kort beskrivelse af småbørnslitteraturen indeholdt i de bogpakker, som uddeles i forbindelse med litteraturformidlingsprogrammet Bogstart....

  15. Through-the-wall radar imaging

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    Amin, Moeness G

    2011-01-01

    Wall Attenuation and Dispersion, A. Hussein Muqaibel, M.A. Alsunaidi, Nuruddeen M. Iya, and A. Safaai-JaziAntenna Elements, Arrays, and Systems for Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging, A. Hoorfar and A. FathyBeamforming for Through-the-Wall Radar Imaging, G. Alli and D. DiFilippoImage and Localization of Behind-the-Wall Targets Using Collocated and Distributed Apertures, Y.D. Zhang and A. HuntConventional and Emerging Waveforms for Detection and Imaging of Targets behind Walls, F. Ahmad and R.M. NarayananInverse Scattering Approaches in Through-the-Wall Imaging, K. Sarabandi, M. Thiel, M. Dehmollai

  16. Tøsne og forsytia – noget om livet med alzheimers

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    Ridder, Hanne Mette Ochsner

    2017-01-01

    Bogen er skrevet i de rolige stunder hvor Lene, som har Alzheimers sygdom, sover. Den er skrevet af en pårørende som sidder der midt i sin hverdag med demenssygdommen helt inde på livet. Han er samtidig en pårørende som kan noget med ord og som formår at indfange nuet og oplevelserne. Som læser får...... vi åbnet døren ind til stuen med ham og Lene, ind til mødet med lægen, i dagtilbuddet, på weekend, i trafikken, og ind til de mange andre nu’er, han oplever i livet med Alzheimer. Han beskriver sin kone Lenes tryghedsbehov, der er gigantisk som et lille barns, men uden at man skal opdrage – måske...

  17. Introducing treatment strategy for cerebellar ataxia in mutant med mice: combination of acetazolamide and 4-aminopyridine.

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    Abbasi, Samira; Abbasi, Ataollah; Sarbaz, Yashar

    2014-02-01

    Purkinje neurons are the sole output neuron of the cerebellar cortex, and they generate high-frequency action potentials. Electrophysiological dysfunction of Purkinje neurons causes cerebellar ataxia. Mutant med mice have the lack of expression of the Scn8a gene. This gene encodes the NaV1.6 protein. In med Purkinje neurons, regular high-frequency firing is slowed, and med mice are ataxic. The aim of this study was to propose the neuroprotective drugs which could be useful for ataxia treatment in med mice, and to investigate the neuroprotective effects of these drugs by simulation. Simulation results showed that Kv4 channel inhibitors and BK channel activators restored the normal electrophysiological properties of the med Purkinje neurons. 4-Aminopyridine (4-AP) and acetazolamide (ACTZ) were proposed as neuroprotective drugs for Kv4 channel inhibitor and BK channel activator, respectively. Copyright © 2013 Elsevier Ireland Ltd. All rights reserved.

  18. Towards a multidisciplinary e-infrastructure for the Mediterranean Supersite Volcanoes (MED-SUV) project

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    Nativi, Stefano; Mathieu, Pierre Philippe; Cossu, Roberto; Santoto, Mattia; Martini, Marcello; Puglisi, Giuseppe

    2014-05-01

    The MED-SUV European project (http://med-suv.eu/) aims to design and implement a multidisciplinary infrastructure for the volcanic risk management life-cycle in southern Italy. The MED-SUV infrastructure will rely upon the improvements of the understanding of geophysical processes underlying the volcanic systems of Vesuvius / Campi Flegrei and Mt. Etna. It will also achieve the integration of existing components, such as monitoring systems and data bases, novel sensors for the measurements of volcanic parameters, and tools for data analysis and process modelling. This effort will contribute to GEOSS (Global Earth Observation System of Systems - http://www.earthobservations.org/geoss.shtml) as one the volcano Supersite recognized by GEO (Group on Earth Observation) -see http://supersites.earthobservations.org/. To achieve its goals, MED-SUV needs an advanced e-infrastructure allowing: (a) heterogeneous data and processing systems to provide and share their resources, and (b) supersite Users to run their workflows and generate significant products. This presentation discusses the general interoperability approach and architecture characterizing the MED-SUV e-infrastructure. The MED-SUV e-infrastructure considered the concepts and solutions adopted by the GEOSS Common Infrastructure (GCI). The architecture requirements and system technologies builds on the experience done by relevant European projects in the framework of GEOSS and ESFRI (e.g. EuroGEOSS, GENESI, GEOWOW). MED-SUV e-infrastructure adopts three-tiers approach distinguishing among: (a) local and distributed Data/Information Providers; (b) the MED-SUV Brokering framework for harmonization and interoperability; (c) the MED-SUV e-collaboration environment for the generation and publication of advanced products. MED-SUV e-infrastructure development considers interoperability with the other two FP7 supersite projects: MARSITE and FUTUREVOLC, as well as EPOS.

  19. Etiske utfordringer med non-invasive prenatale tester (NIPT

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    Bjørn Hofmann

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Analyser av cellefritt DNA fra foster i gravide kvinners blod gir nye muligheter innen fosterdiagnostikk: Testene er bedre enn eksisterende tester, de reduserer risikoen og er billigere. Flere land har tatt i bruk disse testene, og Helsedirektoratet i Norge har mottatt søknad om å ta i bruk en test som erstatter tidlig ultralyd og blodprøver. Likevel nøler norske myndigheter. Hvorfor gjør de det? Ett av svarene er at non-invasive prenatale tester fører med seg en rekke faglige og moralske spørsmål og gir flere grunnleggende etiske utfordringer. Denne artikkelen gjennomgår et bredt knippe av de utfordringene som NIPT reiser. Hensikten er å synliggjøre hvorfor NIPT påkaller etisk refleksjon og å bidra til en åpen debatt og en transparent beslutningsprosess. Artikkelen identifiserer fem sentrale og konkrete spørsmål for vurderingen av NIPT.Nøkkelord: non-invasiv prenatal diagnostikk, testing, fravalg, foster, blodprøve, ekspressivisme, statsliberalt dilemma, dilemma, abort, retten til ikke å viteEnglish summary: Ethical challenges with non-invasive prenatal tests (NIPTNon-invasive prenatal testing (NIPT performed with the use of massively parallel sequencing of cell-free DNA (cfDNA testing in maternal plasma gives extended possibilities in prenatal screening. The tests are claimed to be better than existing alternative tests, they reduce the risk, and it is claimed they are cheaper. They have been used in several countries since 2012, and the University Hospital of North Norway has applied to the Directorate of Health to replace first trimester ultrasound and plasma screening with NIPT. The Directorate of Health is reluctant to reply. Why is this? One of the answers may be that NIPT raises a series of professional and moral questions, and poses profound ethical challenges. This article reviews a series of the challenges with NIPT. The aim is to highlight why NIPT calls for ethical reflection and to contribute to an open debate

  20. Mars2020 Entry, Descent, and Landing Instrumentation 2 (MEDLI2) Do No Harm Test Series

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    Swanson, Gregory; Santos, Jose; White, Todd; Bruce, Walt; Kuhl, Chris; Wright, Henry

    2017-01-01

    A total of seventeen instrumented thermal sensor plugs, eight pressure transducers, two heat flux sensors, and one radiometer are planned to be utilized on the Mars 2020 missions thermal protection system (TPS) as part of the Mars Entry, Descent, and Landing Instrumentation II (MEDLI2) project. Of the MEDLI2 instrumentation, eleven instrumented thermal plugs and seven pressure transducers will be installed on the heatshield of the Mars 2020 vehicle while the rest will be installed on the backshell. The goal of the MEDLI2 instrumentation is to directly inform the large performance uncertainties that contribute to the design and validation of a Mars entry system. A better understanding of the entry environment and TPS performance could lead to reduced design margins enabling a greater payload mass-fraction and smaller landing ellipses. To prove that the MEDLI2 system will not degrade the performance of the Mars 2020 TPS, an Aerothermal Do No Harm (DNH) test series was designed and conducted. Like Mars 2020s predecessor, Mars Science Laboratory (MSL), the heatshield material will be Phenolic Impregnated Carbon Ablator (PICA); the Mars 2020 entry conditions are enveloped by the MSL design environments, therefore the development and qualification testing performed during MEDLI is sufficient to show that the similar MEDLI2 heatshield instrumentation will not degrade PICA performance. However, given that MEDLI did not include any backshell instrumentation, the MEDLI2 team was required to design and execute a DNH test series utilizing the backshell TPS material (SLA-561V) with the intended flight sensor suite. To meet the requirements handed down from Mars 2020, the MEDLI2 DNH test series emphasized the interaction between the MEDLI2 sensors and sensing locations with the surrounding backshell TPS and substrucutre. These interactions were characterized by performing environmental testing of four 12 by 12 test panels, which mimicked the construction of the backshell TPS and

  1. Creating universes with thick walls

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    Ulvestad, Andrew

    2012-01-01

    We study the dynamics of a spherically symmetric false vacuum bubble embedded in a true vacuum region separated by a "thick wall", which is generated by a scalar field in a quartic potential. We study the "Farhi-Guth-Guven" (FGG) quantum tunneling process by constructing numerical solutions relevant to this process. The ADM mass of the spacetime is calculated, and we show that there is a lower bound that is a significant fraction of the scalar field mass. We argue that the zero mass solutions used to by some to argue against the physicality of the FGG process are artifacts of the thin wall approximation used in earlier work. We argue that the zero mass solutions should not be used to question the viability of the FGG process.

  2. Primary chest wall lymphoma: A rare entity

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    Binay Kumar Shah

    2015-01-01

    Full Text Available Primary chest wall lymphoma is a rare but curable condition. This paper reports a case of a 52-year-old female patient who presented with a primary chest wall diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.

  3. Breaching Walls in Urban Warfare

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    1975-06-06

    Jewish forces, each struggling for dominance "■" - ■ ■ wmmtti**, : A3 as the British relinquished control of Palestine. Jewish forces bottled ...rebel forces held much of the city and threatened to topple the government. The stated mission of the initial elements deployed, the U.S. Army’s...8217 When five round« were fired at angles to the target wall rather than at zero degrees obliquity, a larger hole was obtained, but

  4. Thermal insulation properties of walls

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    Zhukov Aleksey Dmitrievich

    2014-05-01

    Full Text Available Heat-protective qualities of building structures are determined by the qualities of the used materials, adequate design solutions and construction and installation work of high quality. This rule refers both to the structures made of materials similar in their structure and nature and mixed, combined by a construction system. The necessity to ecaluate thermal conductivity is important for a product and for a construction. Methods for evaluating the thermal protection of walls are based on the methods of calculation, on full-scale tests in a laboratory or on objects. At the same time there is a reason to believe that even deep and detailed calculation may cause deviation of the values from real data. Using finite difference method can improve accuracy of the results, but it doesn’t solve all problems. The article discusses new approaches to evaluating thermal insulation properties of walls. The authors propose technique of accurate measurement of thermal insulation properties in single blocks and fragments of walls and structures.

  5. Flooding Effect on Earth Walls

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    Meysam Banimahd

    2010-12-01

    Full Text Available Earth building is a sustainable, environmentally friendly and economical method of construction that has been used worldwide for many centuries. For the past three decades, earth has seen a revival as a building material for a modern construction method due to its benefits in terms of low carbon content, low cost and energy involved during construction, as well as the fact that it is a sustainable technology of building. Climate change is influencing precipitation levels and patterns around the world, and as a consequence, flood risk is increasing rapidly. When flooding occurs, earth buildings are exposed to water by submersion, causing an increase in the degree of saturation of the earth structures and therefore a decrease of the suction between particles. This study investigated the effect of cycles of flooding (consecutive events of flooding followed by dry periods on earth walls. A series of characterization tests were carried out to obtain the physical and mechanical properties of the studied earth material. In a second stage, Flooding Simulation Tests (FST were performed to explore the earth walls’ response to repeated flooding events. The results obtained for the tested earth wall/samples with reinforced material (straw reveal hydraulic hysteresis when wall/samples are subject to cycles of wetting and drying.

  6. Cells, walls, and endless forms.

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    Monniaux, Marie; Hay, Angela

    2016-12-01

    A key question in biology is how the endless diversity of forms found in nature evolved. Understanding the cellular basis of this diversity has been aided by advances in non-model experimental systems, quantitative image analysis tools, and modeling approaches. Recent work in plants highlights the importance of cell wall and cuticle modifications for the emergence of diverse forms and functions. For example, explosive seed dispersal in Cardamine hirsuta depends on the asymmetric localization of lignified cell wall thickenings in the fruit valve. Similarly, the iridescence of Hibiscus trionum petals relies on regular striations formed by cuticular folds. Moreover, NAC transcription factors regulate the differentiation of lignified xylem vessels but also the water-conducting cells of moss that lack a lignified secondary cell wall, pointing to the origin of vascular systems. Other novel forms are associated with modified cell growth patterns, including oriented cell expansion or division, found in the long petal spurs of Aquilegia flowers, and the Sarracenia purpurea pitcher leaf, respectively. Another good example is the regulation of dissected leaf shape in C. hirsuta via local growth repression, controlled by the REDUCED COMPLEXITY HD-ZIP class I transcription factor. These studies in non-model species often reveal as much about fundamental processes of development as they do about the evolution of form. Copyright © 2016 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  7. Thermal Load Calculations of Multilayered Walls

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    Bashir M. Suleiman

    2012-01-01

    Thermal load calculations have been performed for multi-layered walls that are composed of three different parts; a common (sand and cement) plaster, and two types of locally produced soft and hard bricks. The masonry construction of these layered walls was based on concrete-backed stone masonry made of limestone bricks joined by mortar. These multilayered walls are forming the outer walls of the building envelope of a typical Libyan house. Based on the periodic seasonal ...

  8. Thermal control wall prototype and test results

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    Nakao, M.; Ohshima, K.; Jitsukawa, H.

    1986-01-01

    This paper describes a heat exchanger prototype and test results. The heat exchanger, called a thermal control wall, functions as a skin wall and as a means to vary the exterior wall thermal resistance of a building. Test results confirm that the capacity of the TCW is influenced by solar radiation. Furthermore, this TCW capacity can be evaluated by an overall heat transmission coefficient defined using the same sol air temperature difference as for a conventional wall.

  9. Correlations of coronary plaque wall thickness with wall pressure and wall pressure gradient: a representative case study

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    Liu Biyue

    2012-07-01

    Full Text Available Abstract Background There are two major hemodynamic stresses imposed at the blood arterial wall interface by flowing blood: the wall shear stress (WSS acting tangentially to the wall, and the wall pressure (WP acting normally to the wall. The role of flow wall shear stress in atherosclerosis progression has been under intensive investigation, while the impact of blood pressure on plaque progression has been under-studied. Method The correlations of wall thickness (WT with wall pressure (WP, blood pressure on the lumen wall and spatial wall pressure gradient (WPG in a human atherosclerotic right coronary artery were studied. The pulsatile blood flow was simulated using a three dimensional mathematical model. The blood was treated as an incompressible viscous non-Newtonian fluid. The geometry of the artery was re-constructed using an in vivo intravascular ultrasound (IVUS 44-slice dataset obtained from a patient with consent obtained. The WT, the WP and the WPG were averaged on each slice, respectively, and Pearson correlation analysis was performed on slice averaged base. Each slice was then divided into 8 segments and averaged vessel WT, WP and WPG were collected from all 352 segments for correlation analysis. Each slice was also divided into 2 segments (inner semi-wall of bend and outer semi-wall of bend and the correlation analysis was performed on the 88 segments. Results Under mean pressure, the Pearson coefficient for correlation between WT and WP was r = − 0.52 (p  Conclusions Results from this representative case report indicated that plaque wall thickness correlated negatively with wall pressure (r = −0.81 by slice and positively with wall pressure gradient (r = 0.45. The slice averaged WT has a strong linear relationship with the slice averaged WP. Large-scale patient studies are needed to further confirm our findings.

  10. Handicap som risikofaktor? Et udviklingspsykopatologisk perspektiv på børn med handicap

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    Dammeyer, Jesper Herup; Bøttcher, Louise

    2010-01-01

    Børn med handicap er generelt i større risiko for at udvikle psykopatologi. Men risikoen for fejludvikling er ikke enkelt forbundet med graden af handicappet. F.eks. oplever børn med hørehandicap næsten fire gange så hyppigt psykosociale vanskeligheder sammenlignet med hørende børn, men det er ikke...... psykopatologi etableres. I artiklen vil vi præsentere en almen model til forståelse af mennesker med handicap og deres udviklingsmuligheder – en handicappsykologisk udviklingsmodel ud fra et dialektisk kultur-historisk perspektiv (Vygotsky, (1924-31) 1993). Ved hjælp af empiriske studier vil vi eksemplificere...... forskellige typiske udviklingsmæssige problemer, der ofte opstår blandt børn med forskellige typer af handicap. At studere børn med handicap og deres psykiske udvikling kan være et vigtigt forskningsmæssigt vindue til at forstå udviklingspsykopatologi generelt....

  11. Vaccination med Porcilis PCV i to danske svinebesætninger

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    Haugegaard, J.; Astrup, P.; Haugegaard, S.

    2010-01-01

    I to besætninger med forekomst af Porcint Circovirus type 2 (PCV2) og lette kliniske symptomer på Porcin Circovirus Disease (PCVD) blev vaccination med Porcilis PCV gennemført ved injektion af 2 ml 1 gang ved ca. 4 (3-5) ugers alderen. Resultaterne viste, at vaccination gav et ensartet serologisk...... respons. I den ene besætning, hvor vaccinerede grise blev opstaldet adskilt fra ikke-vaccinerede fra fravænning til slagtning, forhindrede vaccination viraemi. I den anden besætning blev PCV2-niveauet i serum reduceret med mindst 2 log(10) enheder, selvom grisene befandt sig i et smittet miljø med direkte...... kontakt med ikke-vaccinerede og viraemiske stifæller. I denne besætning blev en signifikant øget daglig tilvækst på 39 g registreret i perioden fra 8-16 uger efter fravænning hos vaccinerede grise sammenholdt med ikke-vaccinerede. Undersøgelsen konkluderer, at vaccination med Porcilis PCV reducerede...

  12. The MedAustron project: an example of large-scale technology transfer

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    Antonella Del Rosso & Michael Benedikt

    2013-01-01

    In January this year, CERN’s Director-General Rolf Heuer handed over the first ion source to the MedAustron therapy centre in the town of Wiener Neustadt in the presence of the Austrian authorities. This milestone marks the beginning of the transition from the development and design phase to the commissioning of the new facility.   Handover of the ion source to MedAustron on 11 January, 2013. From left to right: Michael Benedikt (Project Leader MedAustron at CERN), Karlheinz Töchterle (Austrian Federal Minister of Science and Research), Erwin Pröll (Governor of Lower Austria), Rolf Heuer (Director-General CERN), Klaus Schneeberger (Lower Austrian State Parliament, Head of EBG MedAustron Council). The goal of the MedAustron project is the construction of an ion-therapy and research centre, based on a synchrotron accelerator complex, in Austria (for more about the technical part of the MedAustron project, click here). “MedAustron will be the first large-sca...

  13. Läromedel på villovägar : Styrdokumentens korrelation med läromedel med utgångspunkt i begreppen funktionell och formell grammatikundervisning

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    Karlsson, Anna

    2016-01-01

    I denna studie undersöks om styrdokument och läromedel korrelerar i sättet att se på grammatik i kursen Svenska 2 på gymnasiet, med utgångspunkt i begreppen funktionell respektive formell grammatikundervisning. Svenskämnets syfte, kunskapskrav och kommentarsmaterial tillsammans med grammatikavsnitten i läromedlen Svenska rum 2 och Svenska impulser 2 undersöks genom en kvalitativ innehållsanalys. Den teoretiska utgångspunkten är en begreppsdefinition av funktionell och formell grammatik som in...

  14. Theory of topological edges and domain walls

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    Bais, F.A.; Slingerland, J.K.; Haaker, S.M.

    2009-01-01

    We investigate domain walls between topologically ordered phases in two spatial dimensions. We present a method which allows for the determination of the superselection sectors of excitations of such walls and which leads to a unified description of the kinematics of a wall and the two phases to

  15. To detect anomalies in diaphragm walls

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    Spruit, R.

    2015-01-01

    Diaphragm walls are potentially ideal retaining walls for deep excavations in densely built-up areas, as they cause no vibrations during their construction and provide structural elements with high strength and stiffness. In the recent past, however, several projects using diaphragm walls as soil

  16. Integrating Building Functions into Massive External Walls

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    Hafez, A.H.

    2016-01-01

    Well into the twentieth century, brick and stone were the materials used in external walls. Bricklaying and stonemasonry were the construction technologies employed for the exterior walls of virtually all major structures. However, with the rise in quality of life, the massive walls alone became

  17. Steel Sheet Pile Walls in Soft Soil

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    Kort, D.A.

    2002-01-01

    For almost a century, steel sheet pile walls are applied worldwide as earth retaining structures for excavations and quay walls. Within the framework of the development of European structural codes for Civil Engineering works, the Eurocodes, Eurocode 3 Part 5 for design of steel sheet pile walls was

  18. Static domain wall in braneworld gravity

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    Abdalla, M.C.B.; Carlesso, P.F. [UNESP, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Instituto de Fisica Teiorica, Rua Dr. Bento Teobaldo Ferraz 271, Bloco II, Barra-Funda, Caixa Postal 70532-2, Sao Paulo, SP (Brazil); Hoff da Silva, J.M. [UNESP, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Departamento de Fisica e Quimica, Guaratingueta, SP (Brazil)

    2014-01-15

    In this paper we consider a static domain wall inside a 3-brane. Different from the standard achievement obtained in General Relativity, the analysis performed here gives a consistency condition for the existence of static domain walls in a braneworld gravitational scenario. Also the behavior of the domain wall's gravitational field in the newtonian limit is shown. (orig.)

  19. A functional portrait of Med7 and the mediator complex in Candida albicans.

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    Faiza Tebbji

    2014-11-01

    Full Text Available Mediator is a multi-subunit protein complex that regulates gene expression in eukaryotes by integrating physiological and developmental signals and transmitting them to the general RNA polymerase II machinery. We examined, in the fungal pathogen Candida albicans, a set of conditional alleles of genes encoding Mediator subunits of the head, middle, and tail modules that were found to be essential in the related ascomycete Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Intriguingly, while the Med4, 8, 10, 11, 14, 17, 21 and 22 subunits were essential in both fungi, the structurally highly conserved Med7 subunit was apparently non-essential in C. albicans. While loss of CaMed7 did not lead to loss of viability under normal growth conditions, it dramatically influenced the pathogen's ability to grow in different carbon sources, to form hyphae and biofilms, and to colonize the gastrointestinal tracts of mice. We used epitope tagging and location profiling of the Med7 subunit to examine the distribution of the DNA sites bound by Mediator during growth in either the yeast or the hyphal form, two distinct morphologies characterized by different transcription profiles. We observed a core set of 200 genes bound by Med7 under both conditions; this core set is expanded moderately during yeast growth, but is expanded considerably during hyphal growth, supporting the idea that Mediator binding correlates with changes in transcriptional activity and that this binding is condition specific. Med7 bound not only in the promoter regions of active genes but also within coding regions and at the 3' ends of genes. By combining genome-wide location profiling, expression analyses and phenotyping, we have identified different Med7p-influenced regulons including genes related to glycolysis and the Filamentous Growth Regulator family. In the absence of Med7, the ribosomal regulon is de-repressed, suggesting Med7 is involved in central aspects of growth control.

  20. A synergetic hybridization of adsorption cycle with the multi-effect distillation (MED)

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    Thu, K.

    2014-01-01

    Multi-effect distillation (MED) systems are proven and energy efficient thermally-driven desalination systems for handling harsh seawater feed in the Gulf region. The high cycle efficiency is markedly achieved by latent energy re-use with minimal stage temperature-difference across the condensing steam and the evaporating saline seawater in each stage. The efficacies of MED system are (i) its low stage-temperature-difference between top brine temperature (TBT) and final condensing temperature, (ii) its robustness to varying salinity and ability to handle harmful algae Blooming (HABs) and (iii) its compact foot-print per unit water output. The practical TBT of MED systems, hitherto, is around 65 C for controllable scaling and fouling with the ambient-limited final condenser temperature, usually from 30 to 45 C. The adsorption (ADC) cycles utilize low-temperature heat sources (typically below 90 C) to produce useful cooling power and potable water. Hybridizing MED with AD cycles, they synergistically improve the water production rates at the same energy input whilst the AD cycle is driven by the recovered waste heat. We present a practical AD + MED combination that can be retrofitted to existing MEDs: The cooling energy of AD cycle through the water vapor uptake by the adsorbent is recycled internally, providing lower temperature condensing environment in the effects whilst the final condensing temperature of MED is as low as 5-10 C, which is below ambient. The increase in the temperature difference between TBT and final condensing temperature accommodates additional MED stages. A detailed numerical model is presented to capture the transient behaviors of heat and mass interactions in the combined AD + MED cycles and the results are presented in terms of key variables. It is observed that the water production rates of the combined cycle increase to give a GOR of 8.8 from an initial value of 5.9. © 2013 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

  1. Kardiotokografi (CTG) sammenlignet med CTG + ST-analyse hos risikofødende

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    Sellevold, Trine

    2014-01-01

    Fødende med økt risiko for negativt fosterutfall overvåkes kontinuerlig under fødselsforløpet. I dag benyttes kardiotokografi (CTG) alene eller sammen med ST-analyse for kontinuerlig fosterovervåkning. Fagmiljøet enes ikke om hvilken metode som er best egnet. Formålet med oppgaven er å lage en systematisk oversikt over de randomiserte kontrollerte forsøk og systematiske oversikter som foreligger, for å avdekke om CTG + ST-analyse gir bedre fødselsutfall enn CTG alene. Fem randomiserte klinisk...

  2. PET/MR sammenlignet med PET/CT: fordeler og ulemper

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    Haugsrud, Jane Marion; Mikalsen, Linn Bergh; Olsen, Celine Hestvik

    2014-01-01

    NORSK: Problemstilling: Hva er dokumentert av fordeler og ulemper ved PET/MR sammenlignet med PET/CT, og kan PET/MR benyttes ved kreftdiagnostikk av barn og unge? Hensikt: Er på sammenligne PET/MR med PET/CT, og om PET/MR kan brukes på barn ved kreftutredning. Metode: Kvalitativt litteraturstudie med analyse av artikler. Resultat: De tekniske utfordringene ved PET/MR er hovedsakelig attenuasjonskorreksjon og kompatibilitet mellom komponentene. En av hovedgrunnene til at PET/MR kan væ...

  3. Effekt af postoperativ træning af patienter med lumbal diskusprotese

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    Svendsen, Marijke de Koning

    2010-01-01

    Design: Et randomiseret kontrolleret forsøg. Formål: At undersøge om der er forskel mellem effekt af postoperativ vejledning og effekt af postoperativ vejledning + fysioterapeut-ledet træning af patienter med 1-2 lumbale diskusproteser, målt på smerte og funktion, 3 måneder postoperativt i forhold til præoperativt. Baggrund: Operation med indsættelse af diskusprotese til patienter med non-specifikke kroniske lænderygsmerter har været en anvendt behandlingsmodalitet i Europa s...

  4. Leaving the Lecture Behind: Putting PubMed Instruction into the Hands of the Students.

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    Turner, Rose L; M Ketchum, Andrea; Ratajeski, Melissa A; Wessel, Charles B

    2017-01-01

    This column describes the development of a one-shot PubMed instruction class for medical students at a health sciences library. Background information on the objective is presented and discussed in the context of educational practice literature. The new course design centers on a guided group method of instruction in order to integrate more active learning. Surveyed students reported that the method was an effective way to learn how to search PubMed and that they preferred it to a traditional lecture. Pros and cons of the method are offered for other health sciences libraries interested in presenting PubMed instruction in a similar manner.

  5. Hvordan begrunder undervisere deres praksis? Et interviewstudie med undervisere fra to fagmiljøer

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    Anna Bager-Elsborg

    2017-03-01

    Full Text Available Formålet med denne artikel er at belyse de rationaler og begrundelser, der farver universitetsunderviseres valg af undervisningsmetoder. Med afsæt i blandt andet social praksisteori undersøges begrundelser for undervisning i interview foretaget med 17 undervisere i to forskellige fagmiljøer på et dansk universitet. Forfatteren finder, at der på trods af ligheder i metoder er meget stor forskel på de begrundelser og værdier, der ligger til grund for undervisningen, og at disse begrundelser og værdier er hentet i fagdisciplinerne.

  6. Förekomst av karies och parodontit hos personer med Morbus Crohn

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    Johansson, Annika; Olsson, Sara

    2012-01-01

    Syftet med litteraturstudien var att undersöka förekomsten av karies och parodontit hos personer med Morbus Crohn. Metoden som användes var en allmän litteraturstudie. Materialet till litteraturstudien samlades in genom sökning i databaserna Cinahl, PubMed och ScienceDirect. De sökord som användes vid litteratursökningen i samtliga databaser var ”caries”, ”Crohn’s disease”, ”periodontal disease” och ”periodontitis”. Vetenskapliga artiklar som fick ingå i litteraturstudien begränsades till ”En...

  7. Die Bedeutung von ZB MED für die AGMB

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    Reimann, Iris

    2016-09-01

    Full Text Available The German MLA (AGMB cooperates with the German National Library of Medicine, ZB MED – Leibniz Information Centre for Life Sciences for a very long time. Its members benefit from the portfolio and the services of ZB MED. The recommendation of the senate of the Leibniz Association in March 2016 led to a survey organized by the executive board of the German MLA (AGMB. Here you can read the most important aspects of ZB MED for the members of German MLA (AGMB.

  8. RAZMERJA MED POSEBNIMI IN SPLOŠNO DIDAKTIKO: DILEME IN REŠITVE

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    Horvat, Simona

    2013-01-01

    Povezave med posebnimi in splošno didaktiko so morda na prvi pogled očitne, a skozi zgodovino razvoja splošne didaktike in pod njenim okriljem tudi različnih posebnih didaktik so te povezave doživljale veliko sprememb. Tudi danes je temu tako, saj velikokrat naletimo na različna dojemanja razmerij med splošno in posebnimi didaktikami. Pričujoče diplomsko delo obravnava prav ta razmerja in povezave med posebnimi in splošno didaktiko. Obravnava se začne z opredelitvijo ključnih pojmov, t....

  9. Automatic Export of PubMed Citations to EndNote.

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    London, Sue; Gurdal, Osman; Gall, Carole

    2010-04-01

    The export of MEDLINE references to EndNote can be accomplished in various ways. Unlike Ovid MEDLINE, PubMed does not have a direct export feature to EndNote. Until recently, PubMed references had to be saved as a text file to import into EndNote. Now, the automatic export of PubMed references can be done using Internet Explorer (IE) or Mozilla Firefox Web browsers. The development and teaching of seamless citation management is a value-added service to health professionals.

  10. SNOEZELEN - en kulturpizza? Betraktninger fra personer med utviklingshemming om Snoezelen som fritidsaktivitet

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    Solum, Gunn Eva

    2007-01-01

    I denne kvalitative undersøkelsen, ønsket jeg å se nærmere på den Andres deltakelse i fritidsaktiviteter og hjelperens personlige kompetanse med Snoezelen som innfallsvinkel. Det var to forhold som jeg ønsket å se nærmere på. Det ene var å få tak i hvordan personer med utviklingshemming beskriver hva som oppleves som det sentrale i aktiviteter generelt, og undersøke om hjelperes holdninger til kultur og egne opplevelser påvirker hvilke aktivitets og kulturtilbud som personer med utviklingshem...

  11. Emotion och kognition i samband med det lönesättande samtalet

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    Hallberg, Camilla

    2013-01-01

    Fokus i denna studie ligger på det lönesättande samtalet och vilka emotioner som uppstår inför, under och efter samtalet samt hur de hanteras kognitivt. I studien undersöks även hur respondenterna upplever den generella arbetssituationen för att jämföra deras upplevelser av det dagliga arbetet med deras upplevelser av det lönesättande samtalet. Detta är en induktiv undersökande studie med halvstrukturerade intervjuer som skett med sex kvinnliga respondenter som alla arbetar på en myndighet. S...

  12. Seismic displacement of gravity retaining walls

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    Kamal Mohamed Hafez Ismail Ibrahim

    2015-08-01

    Full Text Available Seismic displacement of gravity walls had been studied using conventional static methods for controlled displacement design. In this study plain strain numerical analysis is performed using Plaxis dynamic program where prescribed displacement is applied at the bottom boundary of the soil to simulate the applied seismic load. Constrained absorbent side boundaries are introduced to prevent any wave reflection. The studied soil is chosen dense granular sand and modeled as elasto-plastic material according to Mohr–Column criteria while the gravity wall is assumed elastic. By comparing the resulted seismic wall displacements calculated by numerical analysis for six historical ground motions with that calculated by the pseudo-static method, it is found that numerical seismic displacements are either equal to or greater than corresponding pseudo-static values. Permissible seismic wall displacement calculated by AASHTO can be used for empirical estimation of seismic displacement. It is also found that seismic wall displacement is directly proportional with the positive angle of inclination of the back surface of the wall, soil flexibility and with the earthquake maximum ground acceleration. Seismic wall sliding is dominant and rotation is negligible for rigid walls when the ratio between the wall height and the foundation width is less than 1.4, while for greater ratios the wall becomes more flexible and rotation (rocking increases till the ratio reaches 1.8 where overturning is susceptible to take place. Cumulative seismic wall rotation increases with dynamic time and tends to be constant at the end of earthquake.

  13. Near-wall serpentine cooled turbine airfoil

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    Lee, Ching-Pang

    2013-09-17

    A serpentine coolant flow path (54A-54G) formed by inner walls (50, 52) in a cavity (49) between pressure and suction side walls (22, 24) of a turbine airfoil (20A). A coolant flow (58) enters (56) an end of the airfoil, flows into a span-wise channel (54A), then flows forward (54B) over the inner surface of the pressure side wall, then turns behind the leading edge (26), and flows back along a forward part of the suction side wall, then follows a loop (54E) forward and back around an inner wall (52), then flows along an intermediate part of the suction side wall, then flows into an aft channel (54G) between the pressure and suction side walls, then exits the trailing edge (28). This provides cooling matched to the heating topography of the airfoil, minimizes differential thermal expansion, revives the coolant, and minimizes the flow volume needed.

  14. Increased electricity production from straw by co-firing with woody biomass; Oekad elproduktion med halm genom sameldning med traedbraenslen

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    Hedman, Henry; Nordgren, Daniel; Bostroem, Dan; Oehman, Marcus; Padban, Nader

    2011-01-15

    The use of straw in pulverised fuel-fired boiler is great technical challenge, especially when it comes to dealing with problems from slagging and fouling. Introduction of straw in the fuel mix of Swedish boilers will most likely be done by co-firing of woody biomass with straw, and this can provide a means to reduce the (well-documented) problems with fouling and slagging from straw. The project will focus on the faith of alkali metals (K and Na) as well as studies on the slagging and fouling propensity in pulverised fuel-fired boilers when straw is co-fired with woody biomass. A total of 5 different fuel mixtures has been fired in a 150 kW pilot-scale pulverised fuel-fired burner: (i) straw 100 %, (ii) straw/bark 50/50 %, (iii) straw/bark 75/25 % (iv) straw/wood 75/25 % (v) straw/wood 50/50 % (wt-%). The adding of woody biomass to straw has in all of the above-mentioned cases had some positive effect. In general, in all of the ash deposits, an increase in the concentration of Calcium (Ca) has been observed as well as a decrease in the concentrations of Potassium (K) and Silicon (Si). These general trends should be considered as a positive when combustion of straw is considered. Out of all ash deposits collected in the furnace, the characteristics of the bottom ash displayed the largest (positive) change and visual inspections and chemical analysis of the bottom ash showed that the ash had become more porous and contained more Calcium as more woody biomass was introduced in the fuel mix. The deposit build-up rate on the air cooled probes was reduced when more woody biomass was co-fired with straw. The reduction was highest in the trial where 50% woody biomass was used and the most apparent changes in composition could be seen in Calcium (increase) and Potassium (decrease). Danish experiences from introducing straw in pulverised fuel-fired boiler indicate that extra soot-blowers should be considered at the furnace walls and in connection to screen-tubes (if any

  15. Brug af alternativ isolering i forbindelse med renovering af ældre etageejendomme

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    Hansen, Ernst Jan de Place

    2003-01-01

    Resume af rapport om praktiske erfaringer med brug af alternative isoleringsmaterialer i en renoveringsopgave, udarbejdet af Byfornyelse København m.fl. under Energistyrelsens udviklingsprogram "Miljø- og arbejdsmiljøvenlig isolering"...

  16. Aktivitetsidentitet: Betydning for tilknytning til arbejdsmarkedet for voksne mennesker med misbrugsproblematikker

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    Skaarup, Line; Kristensen, Hanne Kaae

    2017-01-01

    betydningsfulde aktiviteter (alene eller sammen med andre) viste sig at have betydning for social anerkendelse, selvtillid og selvværd, identifikation af egne ressourcer, forventninger til egen udvikling og tro på egen formåen. Denne anerkendelse af egen værdi kunne opnås via engagement i arbejde eller andre......Formålet med denne undersøgelse var at udforske, hvilken betydning oplevelsen af aktivitetsidentitet kan have for tilknytning til arbejdsmarkedet for voksne mennesker med stof- eller alkoholmisbrug i en dansk kontekst. Undersøgelsens fund tager udgangspunkt i et aktivitetsvidenskabeligt perspektiv......, hvor identitetsdannelsen søges forstået gennem menneskets engagement i hverdagslivets aktiviteter. Det videnskabelige grundlag er humanistisk sundhedsforskning og der anvendes et kvalitativt, deskriptivt og interpreterende forskningsdesign med kvalitative forskningsinterviews som empirisk...

  17. Hovedpointer fra telefon survey med D&I kandidater og aftagere

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    Brodersen, Søsser; Lindegaard, Hanne

    2010-01-01

    Som en anden fase i D&I evalueringen gennemførtes en telefon survey med alle færdige D&I kandidater (i perioden september til november 2009). Formålet med denne telefon survey var at kortlægge kandidaternes karriereforløb: mønstrer, entre på arbejdsmarkedet og hvor søger de job, beskæftigelsesmøn......Som en anden fase i D&I evalueringen gennemførtes en telefon survey med alle færdige D&I kandidater (i perioden september til november 2009). Formålet med denne telefon survey var at kortlægge kandidaternes karriereforløb: mønstrer, entre på arbejdsmarkedet og hvor søger de job...

  18. MED resulting from recessively inherited mutations in the gene encoding calcium-activated nucleotidase CANT1.

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    Balasubramanian, Karthika; Li, Bing; Krakow, Deborah; Nevarez, Lisette; Ho, Patric J; Ainsworth, Julia A; Nickerson, Deborah A; Bamshad, Michael J; Immken, LaDonna; Lachman, Ralph S; Cohn, Daniel H

    2017-09-01

    Multiple Epiphyseal Dysplasia (MED) is a relatively mild skeletal dysplasia characterized by mild short stature, joint pain, and early-onset osteoarthropathy. Dominantly inherited mutations in COMP, MATN3, COL9A1, COL9A2, and COL9A3, and recessively inherited mutations in SLC26A2, account for the molecular basis of disease in about 80-85% of the cases. In two families with recurrent MED of an unknown molecular basis, we used exome sequencing and candidate gene analysis to identify homozygosity for recessively inherited missense mutations in CANT1, which encodes calcium-activated nucleotidase 1. The MED phenotype is thus allelic to the more severe Desbuquois dysplasia phenotype and the results identify CANT1 as a second locus for recessively inherited MED. © 2017 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

  19. Konflikt, kamera - käy! : En scen regisserad med konflikten som utgångspunkt

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    Sallinen, Artur

    2012-01-01

    Syftet med detta arbete är att undersöka hur jag fungerar som regissör då jag regisserar en scen. Vidare är syftet med detta arbete även att skapa en handbok som skulle kunna fungera som en slags guide som blivande registuderande samt blivande regissörer kan använda och utnyttja under förproduktionens lopp. Med hjälp av en fallstudie, en scen ur min egen examensproduktion, dokumenterar jag hur jag går till väga då jag som regissör tolkar ett manus och överför den till film. Med hjälp av skrif...

  20. Mass screenings at mass participation events: MedFest at Special Olympics.

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    Seidenberg, Peter H; Eggers, Jason L

    2015-01-01

    MedFest events offer preparticipation physical evaluations to Special Olympics athletes. This free service can occur as free-standing events or can take place during Special Olympics Games. The goals of MedFest are to screen for conditions that are potentially life threatening or disabling or may predispose the athlete to injury or illness. The medication, cardiac, and neurologic histories are essential components of the evaluation. The majority of athletes screened during a MedFest event will be cleared for sports participation, but many will require some type of referral for further care. It is important for the organizers of the MedFest to have prearranged protocols to ensure that the athletes efficiently receive the required evaluations.

  1. En integrativ terapeutisk anvendelse af sang med udgangspunkt i neuropsykologiske, psykofysiologiske og psykodynamiske teorier

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    Ridder, Hanne Mette Ochsner

    2007-01-01

    Hvordan kan terapeutiske forløb tilrettelægges så klienter med svære neurologiske forstyrrelser, fx mennesker med en demenssygdom, kan opnå en form for indsigt og terapeutisk forandring? Dette spørgsmål søges besvaret ved at beskrive anvendelsen af sang i den terapeutiske relation ud fra neuropsy......Hvordan kan terapeutiske forløb tilrettelægges så klienter med svære neurologiske forstyrrelser, fx mennesker med en demenssygdom, kan opnå en form for indsigt og terapeutisk forandring? Dette spørgsmål søges besvaret ved at beskrive anvendelsen af sang i den terapeutiske relation ud fra...

  2. Orientering og banelægning med Google Earth og Condes

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    Jørgensen, Henrik Taarsted; Piaster, Thomas Gabriel

    2011-01-01

    Et e-læringsmodul på Danmarks undervisningsportal, som handler om hvordan man kan arbejde med banelægning indenfor o-løb. Med udgangspunkt i de to gratisprogrammer Google Earth og Condes lærer man gennem modulet, hvordan man indtegner poster og hvordan eleverne kan gøre det samme.......Et e-læringsmodul på Danmarks undervisningsportal, som handler om hvordan man kan arbejde med banelægning indenfor o-løb. Med udgangspunkt i de to gratisprogrammer Google Earth og Condes lærer man gennem modulet, hvordan man indtegner poster og hvordan eleverne kan gøre det samme....

  3. Hur unga vuxna med autism upplever vänskapsrelationer : En kvalitativ intervjustudie

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    Johansson, Victoria; Henningsson, Emmie

    2016-01-01

    Att ha autism innebär att individen drabbats av en funktionsnedsättning som påverkar utvecklingen och beteendet. Detta kan uttrycka sig på olika sätt och därmed variera med tanke på ålder och begåvning. Alla individer med autism har svårigheter med kommunikationen. Svårigheten ligger i att använda det språk som de har samt använda både verbal- och ickeverbal kommunikation. Den sociala fritidens mål är att vara med andra och finna stöd hos andra människor och strävan är att skapa relationer oc...

  4. Äldre personers upplevelser av att leva med cancer : En litteraturstudie

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    Ahlgren, Emilie; Bergenmalm, Pamela

    2012-01-01

    Bakgrund: Cancer drabbar alla ålderskategorier men ses ändå som en åldersrelaterad sjukdom då största delen av de diagnostiserade fallen är personer över 65 år. En äldre person som insjuknar och tvingas leva med cancer ter sig inte på samma sätt som hos en ung människa, då de äldre ofta har ett annorlunda synsätt på sjukdomen än vad yngre personer har. Syfte: Syftet med studien var att belysa äldre personers upplevelser av att leva med cancer. Metod: En litteraturstudie med kvalitativa artikl...

  5. 76 FR 81915 - Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; National Minority Enterprise Development (MED...

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    2011-12-29

    ... Minority Business Development Agency Proposed Information Collection; Comment Request; National Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week Awards Program Requirements AGENCY: Minority Business Development Agency... to comment on proposed and/or continuing information collections, as required by the Paperwork...

  6. Water Walls for Life Support

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    Flynn, Michael T. (Inventor); Gormly, Sherwin J. (Inventor); Hammoudeh, Mona (Inventor); Richardson, Tra-My Justine (Inventor)

    2017-01-01

    A method and associated system for processing waste gases, liquids and solids, produced by human activity, to separate (i) liquids suitable for processing to produce potable water, (ii) solids and liquids suitable for construction of walls suitable for enclosing a habitat volume and for radiation shielding, and (iii) other fluids and solids that are not suitable for processing. A forward osmosis process and a reverse osmosis process are sequentially combined to reduce fouling and to permit accumulation of different processable substances. The invention may be used for long term life support of human activity.

  7. First Wall and Operational Diagnostics

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    Lasnier, C; Allen, S; Boedo, J; Groth, M; Brooks, N; McLean, A; LaBombard, B; Sharpe, J; Skinner, C; Whyte, D; Rudakov, D; West, W; Wong, C

    2006-06-19

    In this chapter we review numerous diagnostics capable of measurements at or near the first wall, many of which contribute information useful for safe operation of a tokamak. There are sections discussing infrared cameras, visible and VUV cameras, pressure gauges and RGAs, Langmuir probes, thermocouples, and erosion and deposition measurements by insertable probes and quartz microbalance. Also discussed are dust measurements by electrostatic detectors, laser scattering, visible and IR cameras, and manual collection of samples after machine opening. In each case the diagnostic is discussed with a view toward application to a burning plasma machine such as ITER.

  8. The Web-based CanMEDS Resident Learning Portfolio Project (WEBCAM): how we got started.

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    Glen, Peter; Balaa, Fady; Momoli, Franco; Martin, Louise; Found, Dorothy; Arnaout, Angel

    2016-12-01

    The CanMEDS framework is ubiquitous in Canadian postgraduate medical education; however, training programs do not have a universal method of assessing competence. We set out to develop a novel portfolio that allowed trainees to generate a longitudinal record of their training and development within the framework. The portfolio provided an objective means for the residency program director to document and evaluate resident progress within the CanMEDS roles.

  9. High-resolution melting analysis of MED12 mutations in uterine leiomyomas in Chinese patients.

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    Wang, Hua; Ye, Jun; Qian, Hua; Zhou, Ruifang; Jiang, Jun; Ye, Lihua

    2015-03-01

    Somatic mutations in mediator complex subunit 12 (MED12) have emerged as a critical genetic change in the development of uterine leiomyomas. Studies, however, have focused largely on cohorts consisting of Caucasian patients. In this study, uterine leiomyomas from Chinese patients were examined for MED12 mutations. In addition, polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based high-resolution melting analysis (HRMA) was compared with direct sequencing as a potentially more sensitive method for the detection of MED12 mutations. Tissue samples with the pathologies of uterine leiomyoma (n=181) and other endometrial diseases (n=157) were collected from Chinese patients at the Taizhou People's Hospital and Taizhou Polytechnic College (Taizhou City, China). Genomic DNA was prepared from all samples. Both PCR-based HRMA and PCR-based direct sequencing were used to detect MED12 mutations. PCR-based HRMA and direct sequencing revealed MED12 mutations in 95/181 (52.5%) and 93/181 (51.4%) uterine leiomyomas, respectively. Nearly half of these mutations (46/93) were found in a single codon, codon 131. The coincidence rate between the two methods was 98.9% (179/181) so that no statistically significant difference was evident in the application of the methodologies (χ(2)=0.011, p=0.916). In addition, MED12 mutations were identified in 1/157 (4.17%) case of other endometrial pathologies by both methods. MED12 mutations were closely associated with the development of uterine leiomyomas, as opposed to other uterine pathologies in Chinese patients, and PCR-based HRMA was found to be a reliable method for the detection of MED12 mutations.

  10. Hverdagsliv og levevilkår for mennesker med funktionsnedsættelse

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    Damgaard, Malene; Steffensen, Tinne; Bengtsson, Steen

    af et omfattende datamateriale fra en spørgeskemaundersøgelse og registerdata på knap 19.000 personer i Danmark mellem 16 og 64 år. Resultaterne viser, at personer med funktionsnedsættelse generelt møder hindringer for at deltage på lige fod med andre i samfundslivet og specielt hvad angår...

  11. MedTalks: developing teaching abilities and experience in undergraduate medical students

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    Bandeali, Suhair; Chiang, Albert; Ramnanan, Christopher J.

    2016-01-01

    ABSTRACT Objectives: According to the CanMEDS? Scholar competency, physicians are expected to facilitate the learning of colleagues, patients and other health professionals. However, most medical students are not provided with formal opportunities to gain teaching experience with objective feedback. Methods: To address this, the University?s Medical Education Interest Group (MEIG) created a pilot teaching program in January 2015 entitled ?MedTalks?. Four 3-hour sessions were held at the Unive...

  12. Sammenhengen mellom ADHD-symptomer og eksekutive vansker hos førskolebarn med autismespekterforstyrrelser

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    Midtstigen, Endre Martin Blindheim

    2015-01-01

    Forfatter: Endre Blindheim Midtstigen Tittel: Sammenhengen mellom ADHD-symptomer og eksekutive vansker hos førskolebarn med autismespekterforstyrrelser Hovedveileder: Professor Stephen Von Tetzchner, Universitetet i Oslo Biveileder: Pål Surén, PhD, Nasjonalt folkehelseinstitutt Bakgrunn: Barn med autismespekterforstyrrelser (ASF) har ofte eksekutive vansker. Studier antyder at skolebarn som har samforekomst av ASF og ADHD-symptomer (ASF+) har større grad av eksekutive vansker relativt til de ...

  13. Forsøg med forstærkning til sirene

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    Hansen, Lars Pilegaard

    Denne rapport beskriver forsøg med forstærkning til sirene udført for SIGMA DELTA A/S, Hjørring af Laboratoriet for bærende Konstruktioner, Instituttet for Bygningsteknik, Aalborg Universitet. Forsøgene blev udfør i marts/april 2000. Prøveemnerne med tilhørende beslag blev leveret af SIGMA DELTA A/S....

  14. Pædagogiske intentioner med motion og bevægelse i udskolingen

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    Jørgensen, Henrik Taarsted

    understøtte motivation og læring i skolens fag. På denne baggrund har jeg ønsket at undersøge hvilke pædagogiske intentioner skolens aktører har med udskolingselevernes deltagelse i ’motion og bevægelse’, hvilke udfordringer eller barrierer, der knytter sig til arbejdet med motion og bevægelse i udskolingen...

  15. Monitoring Machines by Using a Hybrid Method Combining MED, EMD, and TKEO

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    Mourad Kedadouche; Marc Thomas; Antoine Tahan

    2014-01-01

    Amplitude demodulation is a key for diagnosing bearing faults. The quality of the demodulation determines the efficiency of the spectrum analysis in detecting the defect. A signal analysis technique based on minimum entropy deconvolution (MED), empirical mode decomposition (EMD), and Teager Kaiser energy operator (TKEO) is presented. The proposed method consists in enhancing the signal by using MED, decomposing the signal in intrinsic mode functions (IMFs) and selects only the IMF which prese...

  16. Projekt Frit Sind hjælper mennesker med social angst

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    Moutamid, Mina El

    2017-01-01

    Social angst er en almindelig, men overset lidelse, som ofte er forbundet med isolation. Mange fortæller ikke om den angst, de oplever, til andre og kommer til at leve et liv med begrænsninger, som de kunne være foruden, hvis de fik hjælp. Angsten betyder også, at det kan være svært at komme hjem...

  17. Use of scientific social networking to improve the research strategies of PubMed readers.

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    Evdokimov, Pavel; Kudryavtsev, Alexey; Ilgisonis, Ekaterina; Ponomarenko, Elena; Lisitsa, Andrey

    2016-02-18

    Keeping up with journal articles on a daily basis is an important activity of scientists engaged in biomedical research. Usually, journal articles and papers in the field of biomedicine are accessed through the Medline/PubMed electronic library. In the process of navigating PubMed, researchers unknowingly generate user-specific reading profiles that can be shared within a social networking environment. This paper examines the structure of the social networking environment generated by PubMed users. A web browser plugin was developed to map [in Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) terms] the reading patterns of individual PubMed users. We developed a scientific social network based on the personal research profiles of readers of biomedical articles. A browser plugin is used to record the digital object identifier or PubMed ID of web pages. Recorded items are posted on the activity feed and automatically mapped to PubMed abstract. Within the activity feed a user can trace back previously browsed articles and insert comments. By calculating the frequency with which specific MeSH occur, the research interests of PubMed users can be visually represented with a tag cloud. Finally, research profiles can be searched for matches between network users. A social networking environment was created using MeSH terms to map articles accessed through the Medline/PubMed online library system. In-network social communication is supported by the recommendation of articles and by matching users with similar scientific interests. The system is available at http://bioknol.org/en/.

  18. Susceptibility of MED-Q1 and MED-Q3 Biotypes of Bemisia tabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) Populations to Essential and Seed Oils.

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    Samuel Fogné, Drabo; Olivier, Gnankine; Bassolé, Imael H N; Nébié, Roger Charles; Laurence, Mouton

    2017-06-01

    Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius) (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) is a major pest of many agricultural and ornamental crops in tropical and subtropical regions causing damages that result in important economic losses. Insecticides are commonly used in greenhouses or fields to control B. tabaci populations leading to rapid evolution of resistance that render treatments inefficient. Therefore, and for environmental and human health concerns, other approaches must be developed for this pest management. In the present study, we compare, using the leaf dip method, the toxicity of three essential oils (Cymbopogon citratus, Ocimum americanum, and Hyptis spicigera) and three seed oils (Lannea microcarpa, Lannea acida, and Carapa procera) with three chemical insecticides (acetamiprid, deltamethrin, and chlorpyrifos-ethyl) on adults. Two B. tabaci biotypes (MED-Q1 and MED-Q3) belonging to the Mediterranean species and collected in Burkina Faso were used. Essential oils were analyzed by gas chromatography-mass spectrometry and gas chromatography-flame ionization detector. We showed that these two biotypes have different levels of resistance to the three insecticides, MED-Q3 being more sensitive than MED-Q1. Moreover, they differ in the frequency of resistance alleles to insecticides, especially for organophosphates, as these alleles are almost fixed in MED-Q1. On the other hand, the two biotypes prove to be more susceptible to the plant extracts than to insecticides except for chlorpyrifos-ethyl, with essential oils that showed the highest insecticidal activities. Monoterpenes content were the most abundant and showed the highest insecticidal activities. Our results indicated that essential oils, but also seed oils, have the potential to constitute an alternative strategy of pest management. © The Authors 2017. Published by Oxford University Press on behalf of Entomological Society of America. All rights reserved. For Permissions, please email: journals.permissions@oup.com.

  19. Sygemeldte og førtidspensionister med handicap: Jobcentermedarbejderes perspektiver på jobcentrenes indsats

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    Høgelund, Jan; Tørslev, Mette Kirstine; Weibel, Kristina

    personer. Gennem de interviewede jobcentermedarbejderes fortællinger opnås et indblik i hvilke udfordringer og hvilket potentiale der er forbundet med bestræbelserne på at fremme beskæftigelsen blandt sygedagpengemodtagere og førtidspensionister med handicap. Samtidig giver medarbejderne nogle bud på, hvad......Denne rapport belyser udvalgte jobcentermedarbejderes syn på beskæftigelsesindsatsen over for sygedagpengemodtagere og førtidspensionister med handicap. Rapporten bygger på kvalitative interviews med medarbejdere og ledelsesrepræsentanter i tre jobcentre. Der er gennemført interview med i alt 12...... for refusion fra staten. Ifølge de interviewede medarbejdere betyder det, at indsatsen over for bl.a. førtidspensionister med handicap nedprioriteres til fordel for indsatsen i sygedagpengesager. De peger også på, at det kan resultere i mindre fokus på kvalitet og faglighed. Undersøgelsen er finansieret af...

  20. MED GATA factors promote robust development of the C. elegans endoderm.

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    Maduro, Morris F; Broitman-Maduro, Gina; Choi, Hailey; Carranza, Francisco; Wu, Allison Chia-Yi; Rifkin, Scott A

    2015-08-01

    The MED-1,2 GATA factors contribute to specification of E, the progenitor of the Caenorhabditis elegans endoderm, through the genes end-1 and end-3, and in parallel with the maternal factors SKN-1, POP-1 and PAL-1. END-1,3 activate elt-2 and elt-7 to initiate a program of intestinal development, which is maintained by positive autoregulation. Here, we advance the understanding of MED-1,2 in E specification. We find that expression of end-1 and end-3 is greatly reduced in med-1,2(-) embryos. We generated strains in which MED sites have been mutated in end-1 and end-3. Without MED input, gut specification relies primarily on POP-1 and PAL-1. 25% of embryos fail to make intestine, while those that do display abnormal numbers of gut cells due to a delayed and stochastic acquisition of intestine fate. Surviving adults exhibit phenotypes consistent with a primary defect in the intestine. Our results establish that MED-1,2 provide robustness to endoderm specification through end-1 and end-3, and reveal that gut differentiation may be more directly linked to specification than previously appreciated. The results argue against an "all-or-none" description of cell specification, and suggest that activation of tissue-specific master regulators, even when expression of these is maintained by positive autoregulation, does not guarantee proper function of differentiated cells. Copyright © 2015 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

  1. MED GATA factors promote robust development of the C. elegans endoderm

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    Maduro, Morris F.; Broitman-Maduro, Gina; Choi, Hailey; Carranza, Francisco; Wu, Allison Chia-Yi; Rifkin, Scott A.

    2015-01-01

    The MED-1,2 GATA factors contribute to specification of E, the progenitor of the C. elegans endoderm, through the genes end-1 and end-3, and in parallel with the maternal factors SKN-1, POP-1 and PAL-1. END-1,3 activate elt-2 and elt-7 to initiate a program of intestinal development, which is maintained by positive autoregulation. Here, we advance the understanding of MED-1,2 in E specification. We find that expression of end-1 and end-3 is greatly reduced in med-1,2(−) embryos. We generated strains in which MED sites have been mutated in end-1 and end-3. Without MED input, gut specification relies primarily on POP-1 and PAL-1. 25% of embryos fail to make intestine, while those that do display abnormal numbers of gut cells due to a delayed and stochastic acquisition of intestine fate. Surviving adults exhibit phenotypes consistent with a primary defect in the intestine. Our results establish that MED-1,2 provide robustness to endoderm specification through end-1 and end-3, and reveal that gut differentiation may be more directly linked to specification than previously appreciated. The results argue against an “all-or-none” description of cell specification, and suggest that activation of tissue-specific master regulators, even when expression of these is maintained by positive autoregulation, does not guarantee proper function of differentiated cells. PMID:25959238

  2. Inklusion af elever med autisme og ADHD i skoleidrætten - er det muligt?

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    Bentholm, Anette Lisbeth

    2017-01-01

    Baggrund: Flere elever med diagnoser inden for autisme og ADHD er blevet inkluderet i folkeskolen i Danmark siden 2012. Folkeskolereformen fra 2014 har øget fokus på bevægelse og fysisk aktivitet, med henblik på at fremme elevernes sundhed og akademiske læring (EVA, 2014). Elever med autisme og...... betyder, at elever med autisme og ADHDs forudsætninger for at deltage og blive inkluderet i skolens bevægelsesaktiviteter og idrætstimer udfordres, hvilket kan påvirke deres sundhed negativt (Baerg, 2011; Pan, Schien-Yu, 2011). Derfor er forskningsspørgsmålet: Hvad muliggør og begrænser en inkluderende...... proces for børn med autisme og ADHD i skoleidrætten? Teoretisk ramme og metode: I undersøgelsen indgår 11 elever med autisme eller ADHD fra to forskellige skoler i Aalborg Kommune. Der anvendes en proces-sociologisk metodologi (Baur & Ernst, 2011). Til de makrosociologiske analyser inddrages dokumenter...

  3. Minimal erythema response (MED to solar simulated irradiation in normal Indian skin

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    Mehta Rai Vandana

    2004-09-01

    Full Text Available BACKGROUND: Phototesting is an essential tool in the investigation of photodermatoses. AIMS: The main aim was to study the cutaneous response to UVR in terms of minimal erythema dose (MED to both UVA and UVB in normal Indian subjects with a solar simulator and to study the relationship of skin type to MED. METHODS: One hundred healthy volunteers not on any medication and without any history of photodermatoses were phototested using a solar simulator with whole spectrum irradiation (UVA, UVB and visible light and only visible and UVA radiation. The tested areas were marked with gentian violet and readings were taken after 24 hrs. RESULTS: Of the 100 volunteers, 48% were males and 52% were females, with a mean age of 36.6 ± 11.6 yrs. The most common skin type among Indians was type 5 (46% followed by type 4 (41%. The mean MED for UVB was 61.5 ± 17.25J/cm2. The MED for UVA could not be determined as none of the patients showed any erythema after irradiation for 45 minutes. CONCLUSIONS: As the MED is found to be low in idiopathic acquired photodermatoses, the MED in the normal population could serve as a baseline data in the investigation.

  4. Inklusion af elever med autisme og ADHD i skoleidrætten - er det muligt?

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    Bentholm, Anette Lisbeth

    Baggrund: Flere elever med diagnoser inden for autisme og ADHD er blevet inkluderet i folkeskolen i Danmark siden 2012. Folkeskolereformen fra 2014 har øget fokus på bevægelse og fysisk aktivitet, med henblik på at fremme elevernes sundhed og akademiske læring (EVA, 2014). Elever med autisme og...... betyder, at elever med autisme og ADHDs forudsætninger for at deltage og blive inkluderet i skolens bevægelsesaktiviteter og idrætstimer udfordres, hvilket kan påvirke deres sundhed negativt (Baerg, 2011; Pan, Schien-Yu, 2011). Derfor er forskningsspørgsmålet: Hvad muliggør og begrænser en inkluderende...... proces for børn med autisme og ADHD i skoleidrætten? Teoretisk ramme og metode: I undersøgelsen indgår 11 elever med autisme eller ADHD fra to forskellige skoler i Aalborg Kommune. Der anvendes en proces-sociologisk metodologi (Baur & Ernst, 2011). Til de makrosociologiske analyser inddrages dokumenter...

  5. Spontaneous Behaviors and Wall-Curvature Lead to Apparent Wall Preference in Planarian.

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    Akiyama, Yoshitaro; Agata, Kiyokazu; Inoue, Takeshi

    2015-01-01

    The planarian Dugesia japonica tends to stay near the walls of its breeding containers and experimental dishes in the laboratory, a phenomenon called "wall preference". This behavior is thought to be important for environmental adaptation, such as hiding by planarians in nature. However, the mechanisms regulating wall-preference behavior are not well understood, since this behavior occurs in the absence of any particular stimulation. Here we show the mechanisms of wall-preference behavior. Surprisingly, planarian wall-preference behavior was also shown even by the head alone and by headless planarians. These results indicate that planarian "wall-preference" behavior only appears to be a "preference" behavior, and is actually an outcome of spontaneous behaviors, rather than of brain function. We found that in the absence of environmental cues planarians moved basically straight ahead until they reached a wall, and that after reaching a wall, they changed their direction of movement to one tangential to the wall, suggesting that this spontaneous behavior may play a critical role in the wall preference. When we tested another spontaneous behavior, the wigwag movement of the planarian head, using computer simulation with various wigwag angles and wigwag intervals, large wigwag angle and short wigwag interval reduced wall-preference behavior. This indicated that wigwag movement may determine the probability of staying near the wall or leaving the wall. Furthermore, in accord with this simulation, when we tested planarian wall-preference behavior using several assay fields with different curvature of the wall, we found that concavity and sharp curvature of walls negatively impacted wall preference by affecting the permissible angle of the wigwag movement. Together, these results indicate that planarian wall preference may be involuntarily caused by the combination of two spontaneous planarian behaviors: moving straight ahead until reaching a wall and then moving along it

  6. Spontaneous Behaviors and Wall-Curvature Lead to Apparent Wall Preference in Planarian.

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    Yoshitaro Akiyama

    Full Text Available The planarian Dugesia japonica tends to stay near the walls of its breeding containers and experimental dishes in the laboratory, a phenomenon called "wall preference". This behavior is thought to be important for environmental adaptation, such as hiding by planarians in nature. However, the mechanisms regulating wall-preference behavior are not well understood, since this behavior occurs in the absence of any particular stimulation. Here we show the mechanisms of wall-preference behavior. Surprisingly, planarian wall-preference behavior was also shown even by the head alone and by headless planarians. These results indicate that planarian "wall-preference" behavior only appears to be a "preference" behavior, and is actually an outcome of spontaneous behaviors, rather than of brain function. We found that in the absence of environmental cues planarians moved basically straight ahead until they reached a wall, and that after reaching a wall, they changed their direction of movement to one tangential to the wall, suggesting that this spontaneous behavior may play a critical role in the wall preference. When we tested another spontaneous behavior, the wigwag movement of the planarian head, using computer simulation with various wigwag angles and wigwag intervals, large wigwag angle and short wigwag interval reduced wall-preference behavior. This indicated that wigwag movement may determine the probability of staying near the wall or leaving the wall. Furthermore, in accord with this simulation, when we tested planarian wall-preference behavior using several assay fields with different curvature of the wall, we found that concavity and sharp curvature of walls negatively impacted wall preference by affecting the permissible angle of the wigwag movement. Together, these results indicate that planarian wall preference may be involuntarily caused by the combination of two spontaneous planarian behaviors: moving straight ahead until reaching a wall and

  7. Anterior chest wall examination reviewed

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    F. Trotta

    2011-09-01

    Full Text Available Anterior chest wall involvement is not infrequently observed within inflammatory arthropaties, particularly if one considers seronegative spondiloarthritides and SAPHO syndrome. Physical examination is unreliable and conventional X-rays analysis is an unsatisfactory tool during diagnostic work-up of this region. Scintigraphic techniques yield informations both on the activity and on the anatomical extent of the disease while computerized tomography visualize the elementary lesions, such as erosions, which characterize the process. Moreover, when available, magnetic resonance imaging couple the ability to finely visualize such lesions with the possibility to show early alterations and to characterize the “activity” of the disease, presenting itself as a powerful tool both for diagnosis and follow-up. This review briefly shows the applications of imaging techniques for the evaluation of the anterior chest wall focusing on what has been done in the SAPHO syndrome which can be considered prototypical for this regional involvement since it is the osteo-articular target mainly affected by the disease.

  8. Early Start Denver Model - intervention for de helt små børn med autisme

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    Brynskov, Cecilia

    2015-01-01

    Early Start Denver Model (ESDM) er en autismespecifik interventionsmetode, som er udviklet til helt små børn med autisme (0-4 år). Metoden fokuserer på at styrke den tidlige kontakt og barnets motivation, og den arbejder målrettet med de socio-kommunikative forløbere for sprog og med den tidlige...

  9. Desmoid Tumor of the Anterior Abdominal Wall in Female Patients: Comparison with Endometriosis

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    Krentel, H.; Tchartchian, G.; De Wilde, R. L.

    2012-01-01

    In female patients presenting a tumor of the lower abdominal wall especially after cesarian section, an endometriotic tumor as well as an aggressive desmoid tumor should be considered. Symptoms in correlation with the monthly period can facilitate the presurgical differentiation between endometriosis and fibromatosis. Ultrasound reveals the typical location of both tumors and its remarkable sonographic appearance. In the clinical practice, the desmoid fibromatosis of the lower abdominal wall is a very rare disease. We present a case of a 25-year-old pregnant and discuss diagnostic and therapeutic options by a PubMed literature review. With the knowledge of the prognosis of the desmoid fibromatosis and the respective treatment options including wait and see, complete surgical resection with macroscopically free margins and adjuvant approaches is essential to avoid further interventions and progression of the locally destructive tumor. PMID:22778752

  10. Immersion Refractometry of Isolated Bacterial Cell Walls

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    Marquis, Robert E.

    1973-01-01

    Immersion-refractometric and light-scattering measurements were adapted to determinations of average refractive indices and physical compactness of isolated bacterial cell walls. The structures were immersed in solutions containing various concentrations of polymer molecules that cannot penetrate into wall pores, and then an estimate was made of the polymer concentration or the refractive index of the polymer solution in which light scattering was reduced to zero. Because each wall preparation was heterogeneous, the refractive index of the medium for zero light scattering had to be estimated by extrapolation. Refractive indices for walls suspended in bovine serum albumin solutions ranged from 1.348 for walls of the rod form of Arthrobacter crystallopoietes to 1.382 for walls of the teichoic acid deficient, 52A5 strain of Staphylococcus aureus. These indices were used to calculate approximate values for solids content per milliliter, and the calculated values agreed closely with those estimated from a knowledge of dextran-impermeable volumes per gram, dry weight, of the walls. When large molecules such as dextrans or serum albumin were used for immersion refractometry, the refractive indices obtained were for entire walls, including both wall polymers and wall water. When smaller molecules that can penetrate wall pores to various extents were used with Micrococcus lysodeikticus walls, the average, apparent refractive index of the structures increased as the molecular size of probing molecules was decreased. It was possible to obtain an estimate of 1.45 to 1.46 for the refractive index of wall polymers, predominantly peptidoglycans in this case, by extrapolating the curve for refractive index versus molecular radius to a value of 0.2 nm, the approximate radius of a water molecule. This relatively low value for polymer refractive index was interpreted as evidence in favor of the amorphous, elastic model of peptidoglycan structure and against the crystalline, rigid

  11. The State of the GeoWall

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    Morin, P. J.; Leigh, J.; van Keken, P.; Johnson, A.

    2003-12-01

    The GeoWall stereo projection technology has been widely adopted within Earth Science. Over 20,000 undergraduate students per year use a GeoWall in classroom and lab settings at over 80 institutions around the world using over 200 GeoWalls. We believe that critical mass for this technology has been reached in the Earth Science. Many collaborations have been initiated. With Iris, GeoWall is exploring new ways to monitor seismic networks in real-time and to visualize extremely large, whole Earth seismic simulations. We are also working with a number of drilling organizations including JOI, DOSECC and LacCore to bring modern visualization technology to core interpretation and drill site selection. Also, over 15 museums now have or are building GeoWalls for informal education. Much of the science that is being performed on the GeoWall is finding its way directly into the classroom and science museum. One of the success stories has been the GeoWall Consortium's interaction with industry. The basic hardware for the GeoWall has been spun off to companies that now sell variations of the hardware. In addition, many software companies including ESRI and Dynamic Graphics have added support for the GeoWall in their products. The future of GeoWall is four fold. Curriculum development will bring more material to all GeoWall users. Assessment of the curriculum and educational psychology will give us GeoWall best practices. In technology development, the GeoWall 2 is a 20+ million pixel, tiled display which brings more resolution to the Earth Sciences than ever. To support research the consortium is developing a volume rendering application to visualize extremely large datasets.

  12. Improvement of wall condensation modeling with suction wall functions for containment application

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    Lehmkuhl, Jan, E-mail: j.lehmkuhl@fz-juelich.de [RWTH Aachen University, Aachen (Germany); Kelm, Stephan, E-mail: s.kelm@fz-juelich.de [Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Jülich (Germany); Bucci, Matteo [Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives, Paris (France); Allelein, Hans-Josef [RWTH Aachen University, Aachen (Germany); Forschungszentrum Jülich GmbH, Jülich (Germany)

    2016-04-01

    Highlights: • Assessment of wall functions for single phase condensation models for large scale application. • Identification of modeling errors related to standard log-law due to buoyancy and wall normal mass transfer (suction). • Modeling of wall normal mass transfer by literature formulation (Sucec, 1999) and in-house approach (FIBULA). • Validation against isothermal Favre experimental data. • Comparison against reference fine grid solution for condensing conditions. - Abstract: To simulate wall condensation on containment scale with CFD methods at reasonable computational cost, a single phase approach has to be applied and wall functions have to be used. However, standard wall functions were derived for flows without heat and mass transfer and their fundamental simplifications are not appropriate to deal with condensation. This paper discusses the limitations of standard wall functions and proposes two wall functions for the momentum equation dealing with mass transfer normal to the sheared wall (suction). The first proposed suction wall function is an algebraic modification based on the standard wall function concept. The second proposed wall function is an in-house developed suction wall function with the potential to cover also heat and mass transfer effects by storing the complex solutions of the RANS-Equations in a lookup table. The wall function approaches are compared to experimental results for boundary layer flows with suction and to the reference results obtained using a refined grid in order to resolve the condensing boundary layer.

  13. Inverse measurement of wall pressure field in flexible-wall wind tunnels using global wall deformation data

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    Brown, Kenneth; Brown, Julian; Patil, Mayuresh; Devenport, William

    2018-02-01

    The Kevlar-wall anechoic wind tunnel offers great value to the aeroacoustics research community, affording the capability to make simultaneous aeroacoustic and aerodynamic measurements. While the aeroacoustic potential of the Kevlar-wall test section is already being leveraged, the aerodynamic capability of these test sections is still to be fully realized. The flexibility of the Kevlar walls suggests the possibility that the internal test section flow may be characterized by precisely measuring small deflections of the flexible walls. Treating the Kevlar fabric walls as tensioned membranes with known pre-tension and material properties, an inverse stress problem arises where the pressure distribution over the wall is sought as a function of the measured wall deflection. Experimental wall deformations produced by the wind loading of an airfoil model are measured using digital image correlation and subsequently projected onto polynomial basis functions which have been formulated to mitigate the impact of measurement noise based on a finite-element study. Inserting analytic derivatives of the basis functions into the equilibrium relations for a membrane, full-field pressure distributions across the Kevlar walls are computed. These inversely calculated pressures, after being validated against an independent measurement technique, can then be integrated along the length of the test section to give the sectional lift of the airfoil. Notably, these first-time results are achieved with a non-contact technique and in an anechoic environment.

  14. Best, Useful and Objective Precisions for Information Retrieval of Three Search Methods in PubMed and iPubMed

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    Somayyeh Nadi Ravandi

    2016-10-01

    Full Text Available MEDLINE is one of the valuable sources of medical information on the Internet. Among the different open access sites of MEDLINE, PubMed is the best-known site. In 2010, iPubMed was established with an interaction-fuzzy search method for MEDLINE access. In the present work, we aimed to compare the precision of the retrieved sources (Best, Useful and Objective precision in the PubMed and iPubMed using two search methods (simple and MeSH search in PubMed and interaction-fuzzy method in iPubmed. During our semi-empirical study period, we held training workshops for 61 students of higher education to teach them Simple Search, MeSH Search, and Fuzzy-Interaction Search methods. Then, the precision of 305 searches for each method prepared by the students was calculated on the basis of Best precision, Useful precision, and Objective precision formulas. Analyses were done in SPSS version 11.5 using the Friedman and Wilcoxon Test, and three precisions obtained with the three precision formulas were studied for the three search methods. The mean precision of the interaction-fuzzy Search method was higher than that of the simple search and MeSH search for all three types of precision, i.e., Best precision, Useful precision, and Objective precision, and the Simple search method was in the next rank, and their mean precisions were significantly different (P < 0.001. The precision of the interaction-fuzzy search method in iPubmed was investigated for the first time. Also for the first time, three types of precision were evaluated in PubMed and iPubmed. The results showed that the Interaction-Fuzzy search method is more precise than using the natural language search (simple search and MeSH search, and users of this method found papers that were more related to their queries; even though search in Pubmed is useful, it is important that users apply new search methods to obtain the best results.

  15. Hydrodynamics of ultra-relativistic bubble walls

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    Leonardo Leitao

    2016-04-01

    Full Text Available In cosmological first-order phase transitions, gravitational waves are generated by the collisions of bubble walls and by the bulk motions caused in the fluid. A sizeable signal may result from fast-moving walls. In this work we study the hydrodynamics associated to the fastest propagation modes, namely, ultra-relativistic detonations and runaway solutions. We compute the energy injected by the phase transition into the fluid and the energy which accumulates in the bubble walls. We provide analytic approximations and fits as functions of the net force acting on the wall, which can be readily evaluated for specific models. We also study the back-reaction of hydrodynamics on the wall motion, and we discuss the extrapolation of the friction force away from the ultra-relativistic limit. We use these results to estimate the gravitational wave signal from detonations and runaway walls.

  16. Chest wall ectopic synovial bursa cyst.

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    Michail, P; Filis, C; Pikoulis, E; Varelas, P; Kyrochristos, D; Mihail, S; Bastounis, E

    1999-11-01

    We report an unusual case of chest wall tumor in a 27-year-old patient. A complete resection was accomplished, and the patient had an excellent postoperative course. Histologically, the mass was confirmed to be an ectopic synovial bursa cyst. Although rare, synovial cysts should be considered in any case of a fluctuating chest wall mass. We also discuss the etiology and diagnostic approach of cystic masses of the chest wall.

  17. Virtual gap dielectric wall accelerator

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    Caporaso, George James; Chen, Yu-Jiuan; Nelson, Scott; Sullivan, Jim; Hawkins, Steven A

    2013-11-05

    A virtual, moving accelerating gap is formed along an insulating tube in a dielectric wall accelerator (DWA) by locally controlling the conductivity of the tube. Localized voltage concentration is thus achieved by sequential activation of a variable resistive tube or stalk down the axis of an inductive voltage adder, producing a "virtual" traveling wave along the tube. The tube conductivity can be controlled at a desired location, which can be moved at a desired rate, by light illumination, or by photoconductive switches, or by other means. As a result, an impressed voltage along the tube appears predominantly over a local region, the virtual gap. By making the length of the tube large in comparison to the virtual gap length, the effective gain of the accelerator can be made very large.

  18. On Real Intrinsic Wall Crossings

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    Bellucci, Stefano

    2011-01-01

    We study moduli space stabilization of a class of BPS configurations from the perspective of the real intrinsic Riemannian geometry. Our analysis exhibits a set of implications towards the stability of the D-term potentials, defined for a set of abelian scalar fields. In particular, we show that the nature of marginal and threshold walls of stabilities may be investigated by real geometric methods. Interestingly, we find that the leading order contributions may easily be accomplished by translations of the Fayet parameter. Specifically, we notice that the various possible linear, planar, hyper-planar and the entire moduli space stabilities may easily be reduced to certain polynomials in the Fayet parameter. For a set of finitely many real scalar fields, it may be further inferred that the intrinsic scalar curvature defines the global nature and range of vacuum correlations. Whereas, the underlying moduli space configuration corresponds to a non-interacting basis at the zeros of the scalar curvature, where the...

  19. Wall-crossing made smooth

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    Pioline, Boris

    2015-01-01

    In $D=4,N=2$ theories on $R^{3,1}$, the index receives contributions not only from single-particle BPS states, counted by the BPS indices, but also from multi-particle states made of BPS constituents. In a recent work [arXiv:1406.2360], a general formula expressing the index in terms of the BPS indices was proposed, which is smooth across walls of marginal stability and reproduces the expected single-particle contributions. In this note, I analyze the two-particle contributions predicted by this formula, and show agreement with the spectral asymmetry of the continuum of scattering states in the supersymmetric quantum mechanics of two non-relativistic, mutually non-local dyons. This provides a physical justification for the error function profile used in the mathematics literature on indefinite theta series, and in the physics literature on black hole partition functions.

  20. Recovery after abdominal wall reconstruction

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    Jensen, Kristian Kiim

    2017-01-01

    Incisional hernia is a common long-term complication to abdominal surgery, occurring in more than 20% of all patients. Some of these hernias become giant and affect patients in several ways. This patient group often experiences pain, decreased perceived body image, and loss of physical function...... was lacking. Study II was a case-control study of the effects of an enhanced recovery after surgery pathway for patients undergoing abdominal wall reconstruction for a giant hernia. Sixteen consecutive patients were included prospectively after the implementation of a new enhanced recovery after surgery...... pathway at the Digestive Disease Center, Bispebjerg Hospital, and compared to a control group of 16 patients included retrospectively in the period immediately prior to the implementation of the pathway. The enhanced recovery after surgery pathway included preoperative high-dose steroid, daily assessment...