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Matoka, Derek - - 2009
Tissue engineering encompasses a multidisciplinary approach geared toward the development of biological substitutes designed to restore and maintain normal function in diseased or injured tissues. This article reviews the basic technology that is used to generate implantable tissue-engineered grafts in vitro that will exhibit characteristics in vivo consistent with the ...
Mickelson, Jennie - - 2009
Classic medical education pedagogy typically involves the model of an active teacher and a passive student. There has been a shift in education theory to a more student-centred approach, and this is being reflected in resident education. Concepts, such as [quote]competencies,[quote] [quote]curricula[quote] and [quote]objectives,[quote] are becoming part of the fabric ...
Lantz, Andrea - - 2009
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Gagnon, Louis-Olivier - - 2009
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Gajewski, Jerzy - - 2009
Gajewski, Jerzy - - 2009
Nickel, J. - - 2009
Wiederspan, Jessica - - 2009
Woolley, Michael - - 2009
Murdach, Allison - - 2009
Yamatani, Hide - - 2009
This study was designed to establish a caseload standard for child welfare workers. Understanding reasonable workload expectations for child welfare workers is a cornerstone of quality service provision and the recruitment and retention of qualified workers. Because of the analytic complexity of this question, qualitative and quantitative methods were used. ...
Boland-Prom, Kim - - 2009
This article presents the results of a descriptive study, synthesizing the reports of 27 state regulatory boards about their actions against certified and licensed social workers (N = 874) during the period of 1999 to 2004. The purpose of this study was to examine the unprofessional behavior of certified and ...
Kernsmith, Poco - - 2009
Although domestic violence has historically been considered primarily a crime perpetrated by men, increasing numbers of women are being arrested and mandated into batterer intervention programs. This study examined existing state policies to explore the degree to which they address the unique needs of women in batterer intervention programs. Nearly ...
Savitsky, Laura - - 2009
This article discusses social work practice areas for civilian social workers who provide services to military service members, veterans, and their families. These practice areas include education, child welfare, domestic violence, mental health, health care, substance abuse, and criminal justice. The authors examine the impact of the contemporary military lifestyle ...
Marshall, Heather - - 2009
Social work has struggled with image problems and misperceptions of the profession and the types of services it provides. Photography is a medium that has been used effectively by other professions to change attitudes and perceptions. The present study examined the potential of photographs to change the image of available ...
Owen, Carol - - 2009
Health planning in the United States is rapidly approaching a fork in the policy road, with one direction leading the nation toward a universal plan with strong government involvement and the other direction strengthening existing market-based reforms and preserving a commercial health insurance industry. "Consumer-driven health care," a slogan that ...
Organista, Kurt - - 2009
The practice model described in this article represents a new synthesis of some of the best and most pragmatic models and concepts in the cultural competence literature. The article begins by infusing the ecosystems perspective with Latino-relevant theories and research for enhancing cultural sensitivity, both heightened awareness of the Latino ...
Baten, Md. - - 2009
Problem statement: Increasing growth of population and shortage of producing capacity in Bangladesh have caused serious unemployment crisis and has forced the authorities to look for ways to reduce unemployment rate. Due to difference of structure and technology used in economic sectors and activities, the effects of factors on employment ...
Yahaya, A. - - 2009
Problem statement: Every single company needs strategies in order to survive or to become a leader in the market nowadays, therefore a study towards findings the suitable strategies for Permodalan National Berhad had been carried out. Approach: The purpose of the study was to determine the types of ASNB's promotional ...
Siribunnam, Rungrawee - - 2009
Problem statement: The purposes of this research were to compare in analytical thinking, science learning achievement and attitudes toward chemistry learning of Matthayomsuksa 5 students who learned using the 7-E learning cycle, KWL learning method and conventional approach. Approach: The sample consisted of 154 Matthayomsuksa 5 students attending in the ...
Asemota, Godwin Norense - - 2009
Problem statement: Loan management is a very complex and yet, a vitally important aspect of any commercial bank operations. The balance sheet position shows the main sources of funds as deposits and shareholders contributions. Approach: In order to operate profitably, remain solvent and consequently grow, a commercial bank needs to ...
Komalasari, Kokom - - 2009
Problem statement: Globalization demands civic education to develop civic competence involving civic knowledge, civic skills and civic disposition, which are multidimensional. Civic education learning oriented to "contextualized multiple intelligences" concept opened the view of the needs to manage more creative, active participation, meaningful and pleasant learning. This research aimed to ...
Sithisak, Champadaeng - - 2009
Problem statement: The electricity in recent time, the raw materials for making "Khaen" (Lao reed mouthorgan) were decreased. The Reed Mouthorgan manufacturing was a high wisdom heritance. The objective of this research was to study the following issues: (1) the history of Reed Mouthorgan musical instrument, raw material and Reed ...
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