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Biggs M A MA Bixby Center for Global Reproductive Health, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA; Philip R. Lee Institute for Health Policy Studies, University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. Electronic address: - - 2014
Between 2006 and 2008, Iowa increased access to family planning services through a Medicaid expansion and a privately funded initiative. During this same time, Iowa expanded access to abortion through telemedicine provision of medical abortion. Despite increased access to abortion services, abortions in Iowa have declined. This study assessed whether ...
Hoenerhoff Mark J MJ In Vivo Animal Core, Unit for Laboratory Animal Medicine, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - - 2014
The 33rd Society of Toxicologic Pathology's Annual Symposium focused on translational science and the relevance of toxicologic pathology to human health. Toxicologic pathologists work in diverse settings studying changes elicited by pharmacological, chemical, and environmental agents and factors that modify these responses. Regardless of the work setting, society members are ...
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Last year, amendments made to Agenda for Change required that progression through all pay points is conditional on meeting required local levels of performance.
Wettstein Robert M RM Dr. Wettstein is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, PA. - - 2014
From its inception, the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law (AAPL) has decided not to investigate and adjudicate complaints of unethical conduct of its members or others, but rather refers the complainant to other organizations, such as the "local district branch of the American Psychiatric Association (APA), the state ...
Mitchell Jacque L - - 2014
As you read this, we will be approaching our annual conference. I am so excited! We have been changing our annual conference over the last 3 to 4 years in order to provide our members with a better product/experience. Everyone who looked at our conference was surprised at how successful ...
Zhou Feng C - - 2012
The annual meeting of the Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders Study Group (FASDSG) was held on June 20, 2009 in San Diego, CA, as a satellite of the Research Society on Alcoholism Meeting. The FASDSG membership includes clinical, basic, and social scientists who meet to discuss recent advances and issues in Fetal ...
Broaddus Brian M - - 2011
Patient consent for obstetric analgesia and anesthesia involves several confounding issues in addition to the basic elements of consent. These include capacity during active labor, maternal-fetal conflict, and the care of pregnant minors. In this review, we focus on these unique consent issues. Despite pain and anxiety, women maintain the ...
Dos Santos Maria de Fátima Oliveira Mde F Universidade do Porto, Portugal. - - 2011
There is a great lack of theoretical subsidies to guide ethical principles, specifically in the case of Anesthesiology. The objective of the present study was to analyze the bibliographic production regarding Bioethics in studies published by the Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology between 1999 and 2009. Three studies published between 1999 ...
Wilson Nick - - 2011
The New Zealand Government is currently considering ways to reduce alcohol-related harm, following on from a detailed report by the Law Commission. To inform discussions we briefly summarise the benefits and harms of alcohol use in this country. The most substantive benefits to society are probably pleasure to users and ...
Williams Dean T - - 2010
The 55th meeting of the Welsh Surgical Society was held at the Education Centre, Nevill Hall Hospital, Abergavenny. The prize medals were announced and presented to Simon Weaver (Registrar prize and his second Welsh Surgical Society prize) and Rachel Pollock (Junior prize) by Mr P Braithwaite, former President of the ...
Codd R - - 2010
The following abstracts were presented at a meeting of the Welsh Surgical Society on 26-27 November 2009.
Barsley Robert E - - 2010
This chapter discusses the North American situation, primarily that of the United States judicial system. The United States was established as neither a monarchy nor a theocracy. An unofficial motto of the country has always been - the rule of laws, not of men (or deities). The primary source of ...
Hoodfar Homa - - 2010
The unification of a strong and authoritarian state with religious laws and institutions after the 1979 revolution in Iran has resulted in the creation of a dualistic state structure in which non-elected and non-accountable state authorities and institutions-the majority of whom have not accepted either the primacy of democracy nor ...
Baudry Francis - - 2009
As a prelude to describing the form and content of Winnicott's 1968(a) presentation to the New York Psychoanalytic Society and Institute, the author first outlines some crucial contextual background of that group and of the three psychoanalysts who discussed Winnicott's paper at that event. Summaries are presented of the paper ...
Eckhoff, Mike David
Presented at the “Can Forests Meet Our Energy Needs? The Future of Forest Biomass in Colorado” Conference, February 21, 2008, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado. Mike Eckhoff is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Forest, Rangeland, and Watershed Stewardship, Warner College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University
Henson John W - - 2007
The annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) is a major venue for presentation of the latest disease-related clinical and basic neurologic research and is attended by a large number of neurologists from countries outside the United States and Canada. One-third of annual meeting attendees and abstract submissions ...
Kashi Ajay - - 2007
The Fourth International Conference on Ethical Issues in Biomedical Engineering was held at Polytechnic University in Brooklyn, New York, from April 20-22, 2007. The conference was attended by speakers from seven countries that included biomedical engineers, clinicians, philosophers, ethicists, lawyers, patient advocates, biomedical company representatives, and graduate and undergraduate students ...
Saha Subrata - - 2007
The Third International Conference on Ethical Issues in Biomedical Engineering was held in Rochester, New York, June 4-6, 2005, at the Crowne Plaza hotel. Following a welcome by the conference chair, Dr. Subrata Saha, the participants were also formally welcomed by Dr. Alastair Cormack, dean of the School of Engineering, ...
Atomi Yutaka - - 2005
The Asian-Oceanic Pancreatic Association (AOPA) was organized on July 22, 2005 with the purpose of promoting communication, scholarship, and scientific collaboration, as well as the exchange of knowledge in both basic and clinical research and education in Asian and Oceanic countries. The society will host biennial scientific meetings during the ...
Cornish L A - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Kwon U - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Coetzee S H - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Davidson Elizabeth W - - 2005
Scientists studying diseases of invertebrates in the USA, Europe, and Asia began to meet at international congresses in the 1950s and early 1960s, and soon recognized that they needed both a society and a journal where their common interests could be discussed and their findings presented. Edward A. Steinhaus played ...
Turam Berna - - 2004
The paper reveals contemporary transformations of the interaction between Islam and secular states from opposition to engagement. In-depth ethnographic evidence challenges the predominant juxtaposition of Islam against the secular state. Following micro-sites of interaction between the Gülen movement and the state from Turkey to Kazakhstan, my fieldwork revealed a continuum ...
Schlossman Abraham - - 2003
Mark Joseph Schoenberg is known for his leadership and several important contributions to ophthalmology: 1) He performed the first retinal detachment operation in the United States; 2) he established the first glaucoma clinic in the United States; 3) he was the chief founder of the New York Society for Clinical ...
Arnold G - - 2002
The "Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kardiologie--Herzund Kreislaufforschung" (German Cardiac Society) was founded as "Deutsche Gesellschaft für Kreislaufforschung" on June 6, 1927, in Bad Nauheim by B. Kisch, Cologne, and A. Weber, Bad Nauheim. They were actively supported by F.M. Groedel, Bad Nauheim, who later in 1950--together with B. Kisch, now both ...
Contreras, Antonio P.
From Page 2: "This paper presents the potentials of civil-society based processes and structures in fostering regional and global cooperation. This is located in the context of the environmental domain, particularly in the security implications of governing the forests in Southeast Asia, as a common property resource. It explores the ...
Leaming D V - - 2001
A survey of the practice styles and preferences of members of the American Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery with a United States ZIP code was performed in August 2000. Approximately 26% (1400) of 5342 questionnaires mailed were returned prior to the november cutoff date. Three profile questions were used ...
Edited Brita Pajari,Layout Minna ...
This paper is based the survey carried out by Pajari (1998) in preparation of the expert panel meeting and conference on "The Development of the Forestry Statistics in the Baltic and Nordic States' that was held at the European Forest Institute in January 1997. The purpose of the survey was ...
Lober C W - - 2000
Each year state legislatures, boards of medicine, departments of insurance, and other authorities promulgate laws and rules that affect the daily practice of dermatology. It is critical that dermatologists in each state form and maintain a strong state dermatologic society. Specific suggestions for forming and strengthening such societies are described ...
Liebermann-Meffert D - - 2000
With the aim of promoting progress in surgery through the friendly exchange of views and experience, the International Society of Surgery was founded in Brussels in 1902, thereby helping to overcome the narrow boundaries of that time's nationalism. At its first congress, the International Society of Surgery (ISS), otherwise known ...
O'Brien S E - - 1999
The Janes Surgical Society was formed in 1953 by surgeons who had undertaken their surgical training during the tenure of Dr. Robert M. Janes, Professor of Surgery at the University of Toronto from 1947 to 1957. Over the next 35 years, this unique Canadian surgical society met annually at surgical ...
Yamamoto K - - 1999
How ethics and social order in a society without state power had originated and developed is one of enigmas which human beings have tried to solve for a long time. Several theories on the origin of social order have been proposed since the "Social Contract" theory of Thomas Hobbes. According ...
Wright T - - 1999
The Japanese Pharmacological Society 72nd Annual Meeting was held in the city of Sapporo on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido. The meeting attracted a host of pharmacologists, physiologists and molecular biologists from both industry and academia and provided a unique window on the current state of Japanese pharmacological R ...
Klar E - - 1999
The annual meeting of the German Society of Surgery is equivalent to the meeting of the American College of Surgeons. More than 4800 surgeons, internists, and basic scientists gathered in Berlin. All major issues of modern surgery were addressed in 785 oral presentations and more than 270 posters with special ...
Cox F - - 1998
edited by F.Y. Liew and K. Vickerman, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B, Vol. 352, No. 1359, 1997. pp 1293-1394, ISSN 0962-8436.
Stein E - - 1996
This article is an overview of peer review in Region 2, Chapter 1 (New York City, Nassau, Suffolk, and Westchester counties) of the New York chapter of the American College of Nurse-Midwives from 1987 to 1994. It includes a review of the legal and ethical issues, philosophy, process, standards, and ...
Klar E - - 1995
The Annual Meeting of the German Society of Surgery is the main clinical and research forum for the German surgical community. The venue, which was Munich for the past few decades, was changed to Berlin this year in commemoration of the foundation of the society in 1872 in the former ...
Ploumis E J - - 1995
Delinquent accounts are among the dentist's top frustrations. Knowledge of collection laws in New York State can help you reduce the number and severity of overdue accounts. Knowing your rights as a creditor can give you the confidence to pursue an overdue account vigorously without overstepping the bounds of legally ...
Richardson D A - - 1994
J. Marion Sims' efforts in surgically curing vesicovaginal fistula are retold. The controversy surrounding his surgical innovation on black slaves is discussed in the context of the ethical principles of autonomy, beneficence, and justice. The relevance of his story to modern surgical innovation in incontinence surgery is emphasized in a ...
Isbister W H - - 1988
The Surgical Research Society of Australasia organized a workshop in October 1984 to consider how to maximize the effectiveness of the Society and its meetings. Four working parties addressed the aims and directions of the Society, the planning of meeting, the selection and presentation of papers, and education in surgical ...
Barrios E - - 1987
Little data have been accumulated on the health care problems of underserved, urban Hispanic-Americans. The purpose of this study was to determine the prevalence of hypertension and the adequacy of treatment for Hispanic-Americans (predominately Puerto Ricans) and blacks living in the South Bronx section of New York City.Almost three fourths ...
McHenry L C LC - - 1985
The Philadelphia Neurological Society was founded 100 years ago by Charles K. Mills, together with Wharton Sinkler, J.T. Eskridge, and Francis X. Dercum. S. Weir Mitchell was the first president and served for 5 additional years. American neurology was born in Philadelphia at the Orthopedic Hospital and the Infirmary for ...
Graass, Frank N., 1885-
Papers of a Wisconsin Republican and conservationist who served in the State Assembly from 1916 until 1961, including correspondence, reports, legislative bills, budget proposals, speeches, biographical materials, and newspaper clippings. The correspondence, primarily from constituents, focuses on the issues of patronage, military deferments, the Great Lakes fisheries, and other conservation ...
- - 1959
The AAAS International Oceanographic Congress is to be held at the United Nations Building its New York from 31 August to 12 September, not from 1 August to 12 September as stated in the news article that appeared in the 27 March issue.
- - 1958
The American Rocket Society will meet in New York 17-21 Nov. 1958, and not 1-5 Dec. 1958.
- - 1949
It was erroneously stated in the August 26 issue of Science (p. 220) that the December 29 AAAS symposium on Botany in the Service of Mankind would be held at the Hotel Statler. The session will be held in the Winter Garden of the Hotel McAlpin.
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