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Al-Hakim Mohamad M Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, USA - - 2014
Several jurisdictions in the United States (e.g., Florida and Washington) have recently incorporated the status of "homeless" under the protection of hate crime legislation. This was largely promoted by new data and reports by the National Coalition for the Homeless urging added protection for the homeless. The issue of whether ...
- - 2012
Cover: Trichrome stained left ventricle cross sections. See article by Durand et al., pages 3276-3287 this issue.
- - 2011
Cover illustration: The Asian Federation of Biotechnology (AFOB, http://www.afob.org) was established to promote cooperation between all those interested in biotechnology in Asia and stimulate innovation and technology transfer with the goal of advancing biotechnology in Asia and the rest of the world. BTJ continues its cooperation with AFOB and Asian ...
Arkin Eli - - 2011
The International Federation of Gynaecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) recently released new ethics guidelines in response to the continuing forced sterilization of women, including those living with HIV, in parts of the developing world.
Umansky Felix - - 2011
This Statement of Ethics in Neurosurgery was developed by the Committee for Ethics and Medico-Legal Affairs of the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies to help neurosurgeons resolve problems in the treatment of individual patients and meet obligations to the larger society. This document is intended as a framework rather than ...
Kesselring Jürg - - 2011
The famous Russian neurologist Vladimir Mikhailovic Bekhterev (1857-1927) was ordered to examine Josef Stalin in December 1927 during the First All-Russian Neurological Congress in Moscow. Returning to the Congress after his consultation he told some colleagues that he had 'examined a paranoiac with a dry, small hand'. The next day, ...
Bruschi F - - 2011
The European Biotechnology Congress 2011 held under the auspices of the European Biotechnology Thematic Network Association (EBTNA) in conjunction with the Turkish Medical Genetics Association brings together a broad spectrum of biotechnologists from around the world. The subsequent abstracts indicate the manner in which biotechnology has permeated all aspects of ...
PÅ™evorovský Martin - - 2011
ABSTRACT: A report on the British Yeast Group Meeting, Brighton, UK, 23-25 March 2011.
Hendee William R - - 2011
Beginning in the 1990s, and emphasized in 2000 with the release of an Institute of Medicine report, healthcare providers and institutions have dedicated time and resources to reducing errors that impact the safety and well-being of patients. But in January 2010 the first of a series of articles appeared in ...
Kase Kenneth R - - 2011
Global concerns over energy supply and climate change have given rise to an increase in uranium prospecting, mining and extraction. The changing world economy is spreading the use of advanced nuclear and radiation-related technologies to many parts of the world, giving rise to global initiatives on nuclear energy and operation ...
Ambrosi Peter - - 2010
International standards for radiation protection are issued by many bodies. These bodies differ to a large extent in their organisation, in the way the members are designated and in the way the international standards are authorised by the issuing body. Large differences also exist in the relevance of the international ...
Keune Jason D - - 2011
The accurate disclosure of financial conflicts of interest has come to light as a sound component of managing relationships between surgeons and industry. In this study, we summarize and categorize 4 years of disclosures (2006-2009) given by presenters at the Annual Clinical Congress of the American College of Surgeons. We ...
Taylor Allen J - - 2010
The American College of Cardiology Foundation, along with key specialty and subspecialty societies, conducted an appropriate use review of common clinical scenarios where cardiac computed tomography (CCT) is frequently considered. The present document is an update to the original CCT/cardiac magnetic resonance appropriateness criteria published in 2006, written to reflect ...
Bujold Emmanuel - - 2010
The objective was to compare national guidelines regarding vaginal birth after cesarean. Along with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists practice bulletin, guidelines from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists and the Society of Obstetricians and Gynecologists of Canada were reviewed and compared. Although the 3 organizations agree ...
Jacobshagen C - - 2010
This article gives an overview on a number of novel clinical trials in the field of cardiovascular medicine, which were presented during the Late Breaking Clinical Trial Sessions at the 59th annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology in Atlanta, USA, from 14th March to 16th March 2010. The ...
Shelton Ryan L RL Department of Biomedical Engineering, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX 77843, USA. - - 2010
Photoacoustic microscopy (PAM) is a high-contrast, high-resolution imaging modality, used primarily for imaging hemoglobin and melanin. Important applications include mapping of the microvasculature and melanoma tumor margins. We demonstrate a novel PAM design that markedly simplifies the implementation by separating the optical illumination from the acoustic detection path. This modification ...
Boers Maarten - - 2010
The first definition of remission in rheumatoid arthritis was proposed by Pinals and colleagues in 1981. Although its development process was of high quality, the definition proved unfeasible and was not often applied. Subsequently many other definitions appeared, either as variations or as cutpoints of disease activity indices. The American ...
Gay Hannah - - 2010
Raphael Meldola FRS (1849-1915) was professor of chemistry at the City and Guilds Technical College in Finsbury. He was a colleague and close friend of Silvanus Phillips Thompson FRS (1851-1916), the college principal and professor of physics. This paper follows an earlier one on Thompson and the making of his ...
Snow Vincenza - - 2009
The American College of Physicians, Society of Hospital Medicine, and Society of General Internal Medicine convened a multi-stakeholder consensus conference in July 2007 to address the quality gaps in the transitions between inpatient and outpatient settings and to develop consensus standards for these transitions. Over 30 organizations sent representatives to ...
Hendel Robert C - - 2009
The American College of Cardiology Foundation (ACCF), along with key specialty and subspecialty societies, conducted an appropriate use review of common clinical scenarios where cardiac radionuclide imaging (RNI) is frequently considered. This document is a revision of the original Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography Myocardial Perfusion Imaging (SPECT MPI) Appropriateness Criteria, ...
Maier Lars S - - 2009
The article summarizes the results of clinical trials in the field of cardiovascular medicine, which were presented during the Hotline Sessions at the annual meeting of the American College of Cardiology in Orlando, USA, from 28th March to 31st March 2009. The data were presented by leading experts in the ...
Compston J J University of Cambridge School of Clinical Medicine, Department of Medicine, Cambridge, United Kingdom. - - 2009
In 1999 and 2000 the Royal College of Physicians published guidelines for the prevention and treatment of osteoporosis [Royal College of Physicians. Osteoporosis: clinical guidelines for the prevention and treatment. London: Royal College of Physicians; 1999; Royal College of Physicians and Bone and Tooth Society of Great Britain. Update on ...
Ashley-Miller Michael - - 2008
Dr William Allen Miller developed an early interest in science and astronomy at secondary school. Although qualifying in medicine, he pursued a career in Chemistry at King's College, London. A particular interest in spectrum analysis led to a collaboration with Dr Huggins in examining the spectra of stars. For this ...
Rosenson Robert S - - 2008
The 57th Annual Scientific Session of the American College of Cardiology was held in Chicago (IL, USA) between 29 March and 1 April 2008. It was attended by nearly 30,000 participants from around the world. The conference was highlighted by the presentation of 13 late-breaking clinical trials and 13 late-breaking ...
David Reuben B - - 2008
The peak-interest clinical trials at the American College of Cardiology (ACC) Scientific Sessions, which took place from March 29 to April 2, 2008, are generally ushered into the high-profile Late-Breaking Clinical Trials sessions. This year, the ENHANCE trial (Effect of Combination Ezetimibe and High-Dose Simvastatin vs. Simvastatin Alone on the ...
Abati Andrea - - 2005
In 1996, a National Cancer Institute conference was held in Bethesda,Maryland to define parameters for the practice of breast fine needle aspiration (BFNA). Representatives of the American Society of Cytopathology, Papanicolaou Society of Cytopathology, American College of Radiology, American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists, Society of Surgical Oncology, American Academy ...
Steven I M - - 2005
In 1930 Gilbert Brown was prominent in the South Australian Branch of the British Medical Association and instrumental in the establishment of a Section of Anaesthetics. He was elected the first President of this scientifically and academically orientated section. He became the first President of the Australian Society of Anaesthetists ...
Matheson Gordon O - - 2005
You've seen it all on the news: players assaulting fans, fans assaulting athletes, college footbrawl games, crass posturing, off-field criminal-or at least debasing-behavior, rampant drug use. In short, athletes whom we look to for inspiration are instead acting as though they live above the laws that govern civil society. What's ...
Kodner Ira J - - 2003
Surgeons practice an intense form of applied ethics. The growing complexity of medical and surgical interventions combined with reduced opportunity to serve as ethical role models for trainees necessitates formal ethics curricula in surgery and the development of continued ethics education for surgeons through all stages of their careers. The ...
Lyford Joanna - - 2001
The recent scientific session of the American College of Cardiology (ACC), held in Orlando, provided a forum for ongoing cardiovascular clinical trials from around the world. The high point was clearly the first ever release of results from the CURE study. The Late-Breaking Clinical Trials sessions also featured results and ...
Curtis J - - 2000
Curtis, J. and Lewis-Jones, H. (2000). Clinical Radiology55, 984-985. Copyright 2000 The Royal College of Radiologists.
Nolan DJ - - 2000
Nolan, D. J. (2000). Clinical Radiology55, 809. Copyright 2000 The Royal College of Radiologists.
Gluck O S - - 2000
The spring clinical meeting was independently planned by the American College of Rheumatology (ACR) CME Committee and the ACR Professional Meetings Committee. This meeting was intended to provide an update of knowledge in the broad field of rheumatology through appropriate reviews of established concepts from a clinical perspective. Mini-symposia on ...
Sowa J R - - 1999
Union College is a small liberal arts college in the northeast with a good reputation in science. It is also one of the oldest schools in the nation, having been founded in 1795. Langmuir and Steinmetz taught here as did Chandler, the founder of the American Chemical Society and Ellery, ...
Chazot P - - 1999
The conference comprised a series of symposia on the general theme of aging, together with the usual disparate mixture of oral and poster sessions, covering the breadth of modern pharmacology. The major sponsor was Servier and the host institution was King's College, London. This report will encompass the major new ...
- - 1999
These Abstracts of Original Communications are presented by the authors as camera ready artwork ready for printing, and are therefore only available in PDF format. The HTML "full text availability" lists the titles and authors of each paper, and the PDF file presents the text.
Bassett L - - 1997
A national task force consisting of members from the American College of Radiology, the American College of Surgeons, and the College of American Pathologists examined the issues surrounding stereotactic core-needle biopsy for occult breast lesions. Their report includes indications and contraindications, informed consent, specimen handling, and management of indeterminate, atypical, ...
Adams A K - - 1996
Dr Adams was previously consultant anaesthetist to Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, with a special interest in ophthalmic and neuroanaesthesia, and Associate Lecturer in Cambridge University. She was Dean of the Faculty of Anaesthetists of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1985, now the Royal College of Anaesthetists, of which ...
De Pree M O - - 1994
Max O. De Pree is Chair of the Board of Directors of Herman Miller, Inc., Zeeland, Michigan. The following Leon I. Gintzig Commemorative Lecture was delivered at the American College of Healthcare Executives Congress on Administration in March 1993. Portions of this address were previously delivered as the Distinguished Executive ...
Morton D - - 1992
Next month, the Council of the Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons will discuss the docking of dogs' tails, with a view to deciding whether docking for non-therapeutic purposes should be considered as prima-facie evidence of disgraceful professional conduct. Here, Professor David Morton considers the arguments for and against tail docking, ...
Shephard D A - - 1990
Since 1847 anaesthesia in Canada has evolved through six phases. In the first (1847-1898), it was a craft without an academic and professional base. The second (1899-1919) was marked by the first academic appointments and by Canadians' wartime experiences of anaesthesia. The third phase (1920-1929) evidenced the professional satisfaction of ...
Perry, David A.
"Proceedings of Symposium held at Oregon State University (OSU) in spring 1987 ... jointly sponsored by the USDA Forest Service, the UDSI Bureau of Land Managament and the OSU College of Forestry"
Pappenhagen J S - - 1988
Healthcare executives closely adhere to many of the policies of the American College of Healthcare Executives but have significant reservations about others. That's the message of a survey designed to measure how College affiliates respond to issues ranging from organ donation and ethics committees to smoking policies and voluntary credentialing.
- - 1985
In a group of 6105 women undergoing induced abortion, morbidity related to the operation occurred in 10 per cent of women, but in only two per cent was this considered to be major. The main factors which independently affected morbidity were the place of operation, gestation at termination, method of ...
American College of Psychiatrists
Papers presented at the 1978 annual meeting of the American College of Psychiatrists
Wilson G - - 1977
The Faculty of Anaesthetists, Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, was inaugurated in 1952. Events leading to its foundation are described, together with the steps of evolution. An evaluation of its present-day relations with the Australian Society of Anaesthetists and the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons is made, and the extension ...
- - 1975
The Royal College of General Practitioners is, of course, fully aware that the regulation of the conditions for abortion is inevitably difficult and complex and that opinions are often difficult to reconcile.Nevertheless, the College has been able to establish the grave concern of many of its members at the proposals ...
Menzel D H - - 1970
The expedition of the Harvard College Observatory, the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, and the National Geographic Society to Miahuatlán, Mexico, to observe the total solar eclipse of 7 March 1970, is described. Instrumentation included a coronal spectrograph, television cameras recording on videotape, telescopes for photography of coronal polarization, and cameras for ...
Currie, William, 1754-1828.
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