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Hongo Shun S Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University, Kitashirakawa-Oiwakecho, Sakyo-ku Kyoto-shi, Kyoto, 606-8502, Japan, - - 2014
African papionins are well known for the diversity of their social systems, ranging from multilevel societies based on one-male-multifemale units (OMUs) to non-nested societies. However, the characteristics of Mandrillus societies are still unclear due to difficult observational conditions in the dense forests of central Africa. To elucidate the characteristics of ...
Adamksa-Venkatesh Agnieszka - - 2014
Please find the abstract attached as a separate word file "abstract".
Taljaard Monica - - 2014
Cluster randomized trials (CRTs) present unique ethical challenges. In the absence of a uniform standard for their ethical design and conduct, problems such as variability in procedures and requirements by different research ethics committees will persist. We aimed to assess the need for ethics guidelines for CRTs among research ethics ...
Rimando Agnes M - - 2013
Under the joint auspices of the Agrochemical and the Agricultural and Food Chemistry Divisions of the American Chemical Society, we organized a short symposium on "Human Health and Transgenic Crops" at the 244th ACS national meeting, held August 19-23, 2012 in Philadelphia, PA, to examine an array of issues dealing ...
McAloney Kareena - - 2013
UK guidelines for youth recommend daily physical activity and five portions of fruit and vegetables per day. This study examined the prevalence and clustering of meeting recommendations among 10- to 15-year old. Data for 3,914 youth, from the first wave of Understanding Society: the UK Household Longitudinal Study, were analysed. ...
Chaudhry Shazia H SH Department of Epidemiology and Community Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON, - - 2013
Cluster randomized trials (CRTs) complicate the interpretation of standard research ethics guidelines for several reasons. For one, the units of allocation, intervention, and observation often may differ within a single trial. In the absence of tailored and internationally accepted ethics guidelines for CRTs, researchers and research ethics committees have no ...
Matthes Jessica J Department of Clinical Neuropsychology, Barrow Neurological Institute, St Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ, USA. - - 2013
To explore ethical issues in using deception to improve participation in a patient with severe traumatic brain injury who had not responded to traditional behavioral and pharmacologic approaches. Case study. A male in inpatient neurorehabilitation with history of severe traumatic brain injury and significant behavioral disruption that limited his therapy ...
McRae Andrew D - - 2013
ABSTRACT: BACKGROUND: Cluster randomized trials (CRTs) pose ethical challenges for investigators and ethics committees. This study describes the views and experiences of CRT researchers with respect to: (1) ethical challenges in CRTs; (2) the ethics review process for CRTs; and (3) the need for comprehensive ethics guidelines for CRTs. METHODS: ...
Frilund Marianne - - 2013
The aim of this study is to establish structured clusters and well-defined ontological entities (nodes) describing ethical values as both ideal and opportunity for ethical manner as perceived by thecaregiver.In this study, we use Bayesian Belief Networks (BBNs) to analyse ethical values (ethos) and ethical manners in daily work with ...
Diazordaz Karla K Department of Health Services Research and Policy, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, - - 2013
To assess the quality of reported consent processes of cluster-randomised trials conducted in residential facilities for older people and to explore whether the focus on improving the general conduct and reporting of cluster-randomised trials influenced the quality of conduct and reporting of ethical processes in these trials. Systematic review of ...
Torri Luisa - - 2012
BACKGROUND: To increase the market share of Californian wines in other countries, wine preferences need to be explored in potential markets. This work studied the preferences of American and Italian consumers for red wines produced in California and Italy, focusing on wines made from the same varieties in each location. ...
Wilk Nancy - - 2011
Nursing faculty members have become increasingly concerned with student incidences of cheating and the associated lack of commitment to ethical conduct. Our faculty believed that actively engaging students in the development of specific behavioral guidelines would result in improved ethical conduct and provide a bridge to future professional ethical practice. ...
Chambers David W - - 2011
Ethics is about studying the right and the good; morality is about acting as one should. Although there are differences among what is legal, charitable, professional, ethical, and moral, these desirable characteristics tend to cluster and are treasured in dentistry. The traditional approach to professionalism in dentistry is based on ...
Ravin James G - - 2011
Volumes of the Archives of Ophthalmology from the early years of the 20th century include original articles as well as reports of proceedings of important ophthalmologic conferences held in the United States, Great Britain, and on the European continent. Original articles often provided new information, but speakers at conferences frequently ...
Jones B - - 2009
The United Kingdom Radiation Oncology (UKRO) conference was formed as a result of discussions held in the early 1990s and the first meeting was held in York in 2001. Cardiff, Wales, was the setting of the fifth UKRO conference during April 2009. These meetings have allowed all the sub-disciplines of ...
Elborn J Stuart - - 2009
The 26th annual British Thoracic Society Winter Meeting was held in London from 2 to 5 December 2008. It was attended by over 2000 participants from around the world. The program presented to attendees topics of interest across respiratory clinical and scientific fields.
Holmes Michael V - - 2009
A report on the British Atherosclerosis Society autumn meeting 'Genetics of Complex Diseases', Cambridge, UK, 17-18 September 2009.
Green A Richard - - 2006
The British Pharmacological Society (BPS) is currently celebrating its 75th anniversary. It is therefore a young society compared with some other biomedical societies and particularly when compared with the origins of the oldest learned societies. In this article, I briefly review the origins of learned societies and examine the rise ...
Wilson N C - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Zhang Y - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Nagy Judit M. - - 2002
The Society for Medicines Research in collaboration with the Biological and Medicinal Chemistry sector of the Royal Society for Chemistry held a meeting on September 19, 2002, in London, United Kingdom to discuss proteomics in drug discovery. The meeting gave the most up-to-date overview of current progress in this new ...
Rodd Jennifer M. - - 2002
The Symposium entitled 'Conceptual Knowledge: Developmental, Biological, Functional and Computational Accounts' was held at the British Academy, London, UK on 24-26 June 2002. It was funded by the British Academy with support from the Novartis Foundation, and organized by Lorraine Tyler (University of Cambridge, UK) and Tim Shallice (University College ...
Dunn P M - - 2002
Born and educated in the Midlands, Sir Leonard Parsons made major contributions to the field of paediatrics in that area and played a leading role in the regional organisation of this specialty throughout the United Kingdom in the later years of his life. He was a founder member and later ...
Claridge, Michael F
Papers from the Systematics Association Symposium on "the Units of Biodiversity--Species in Practice" Held at the University of Wales, april 19-21,1995
Strike P - - 1994
The 1993 British Photobiology Society DNA Repair meeting was held at City University, London, on December 20th. The well supported meeting heard presentations covering diverse aspects of repair, mutation and recombination in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. The meeting particularly aims to provide a forum for presentations from postgraduate and postdoctoral ...
MacQueen, D.
Library has related monographic series isues, Small and Medium Forest Enterprises Series - International Inst. for Environment and Development (United Kingdom) no.s 3-10, AN: 408194, 408196, 408268, 408270, 408272, 408274
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