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Jamshidi Ensiyeh E Community Based Participatory Research Center, Iranian Institute for Reduction of High-Risk Behaviors, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, Iran ; Department of Health Education and Promotion, School of Public Health, Tehran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran, - - 2014
The nature of community-based participatory research (CBPR) poses distinctive ethical challenges. In the absence of organized guidelines, a remarkable amount of researchers' time and energy will be spent tackling these ethical challenges. The study aimed to explore ethical issues and principles potentially arising when conducting CBPR. This qualitative study conducted ...
Coghill Yvonne Y NHS Leadership - - 2014
NHS England's equality and diversity council last month took the courageous decision to consult on a national workforce race equality standard for the NHS.
Hans Jason D JD Department of Family Sciences, University of Kentucky, United States. Electronic address: - - 2014
The effects of relationship status, rationale for considering abortion (life circumstance versus health issue), and the male partner's wishes on abortion attitudes were examined using a multiple-segment factorial vignette with a probability sample of 532 Kentucky households. Respondents expressed strong opinions in the absence of contextual details, yet many shifted ...
Tyson Sf S Stroke Research Centre, School of Nursing, Midwifery and Social Work, University of Manchester, UK - - 2014
To explore how multi-disciplinary team meetings operate in stroke rehabilitation. Non-participant observation of multi-disciplinary team meetings and semi-structured interviews with attending staff. Twelve meetings were observed (at least one at each site) and 18 staff (one psychologist, one social worker; four nurses; four physiotherapists four occupational therapists, two speech and ...
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THE ANNUAL Top 100 list of gay-friendly employers, published by charity Stonewall, includes 50% more NHS organisations than last year.
Hernán Miguel A - - 2013
This commentary reviews the recent history of explanations to crossover paradoxes such as the birth weight and gestational age paradoxes, with a special emphasis on the current proposal by Kramer et al. in this issue of the Journal (Am J Epidemiol. 2013;000(0):000-000). We contend that the causal structure of these ...
Berkiten Ergin Ayla A Department of Midwifery, Kocaeli High Health School, University of Kocaeli, Kocaeli, - - 2013
The independent roles of midwives have not been properly defined, and midwifery ethical values and moral codes proper to Turkish culture have not been developed. The absence of legal regulations concerning midwifery has negatively affected midwifery in the process of professionalization. The purpose of this study was to identify the ...
Jones Irene Heywood - - 2013
The new royal boy was born weighing 8lb 6oz - seemingly the biggest ever heir to the British throne. Few seem keen to offer the metric alternative.
Greasley Kate - - 2013
The paper comments briefly on the recent controversy surrounding the criminal prosecution and conviction of rogue abortion doctor Kermit Gosnell in the USA, for, among other things, the murder of infants born alive. Without contesting the disturbing nature of the crimes committed by Gosnell and his colleagues, it critiques a ...
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An NHS trust in London has made changes to its recruitment process after receiving 'too many' complaints about staff attitude, a committee of MPs heard.
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ABSTRACT The National Association of EMS Physicians (NAEMSP) and the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma (ACS-COT) believe that it is appropriate to withhold resuscitation for certain trauma patients for whom death is the predictable outcome. This paper is the official statement on the withholding of resuscitation that has ...
Li Peter - - 2012
ABSTRACT: A report on the Galaxy Community Conference at the University of Illinois, Chicago, July 25-27, 2012.
Garg Amit - - 2012
There are a number of ethical considerations relevant to dermatology training that are worthy of dialogue. In this contribution, social networking, relationships with mentors, relationships with patients, and moonlighting are discussed with the goal of encouraging ongoing discourse and reflection on these and other ethical considerations relevant to dermatology training.
Ford Cecilia E CE University of Wisconsin-Madison, - - 2012
As multiparty interactions with single courses of coordinated action, workplace meetings place particular interactional demands on participants who are not primary speakers (e.g. not chairs) as they work to initiate turns and to interactively coordinate with displays of recipiency from co-participants. Drawing from a corpus of 26 hours of videotaped ...
Schüklenk Udo - - 2011
This report on end-of-life decision-making in Canada was produced by an international expert panel and commissioned by the Royal Society of Canada. It consists of five chapters. Chapter 1 reviews what is known about end-of-life care and opinions about assisted dying in Canada. Chapter 2 reviews the legal status quo ...
Horn Ruth - - 2011
The objective of this paper is to understand from a sociological perspective how the moral question of euthanasia, framed as the "right to die", emerges and is dealt with in society. It takes France and Germany as case studies, two countries in which euthanasia is prohibited and which have similar ...
Leon Grigorios - - 2011
The aim of this research was to ascertain how the opportunities now open by the Greek legislation regarding assisted reproduction fits with Greek society and how it compares with the wider EU legal framework. A revision of the Greek legislation took place a few years ago, with two new Acts. ...
Chaves Marianna - - 2011
In the field of homosexuality an issue still excessively polemical is the one concerning the possibility of paternity or maternity (biological or adoptive) as a right to be exercised by homosexuals. An even more controversial issue is that of homosexuals' access to assisted reproductive techniques. Carrying out an analysis of ...
Gürtin Zeynep B - - 2011
In March 2010, Turkey became the first country to legislate against the cross-border travel of its citizens seeking third-party reproductive assistance. Although the use of donor eggs, donor spermatozoa and surrogacy had been illegal in Turkey since the introduction of a regulatory framework for assisted reproductive treatment in 1987, men ...
Storrow Richard F - - 2011
The growing phenomenon of cross-border reproductive travel has four significant legal dimensions. First, laws that ban or inhibit access to assisted reproductive procedures in one country lead patients and physicians to travel to other countries to acquire, to contribute to or to provide assisted reproductive services. Such laws may include ...
Raus Kasper - - 2011
The relatively new practice of continuous sedation at the end of life (CS) is increasingly being debated in the clinical and ethical literature. This practice received much attention when a U.S. Supreme Court ruling noted that the availability of CS made legalization of physician-assisted suicide (PAS) unnecessary, as CS could ...
McGee Andrew - - 2011
This article is a response to Professor John Keown's criticism of my article "Finding a Way Through the Ethical and Legal Maze: Withdrawal of Medical Treatment and Euthanasia" (2005) 13(3) Medical Law Review 357. The article takes up and responds to a number of criticisms raised by Keown in an ...
Seay Gary - - 2011
J. L. A. Garcia holds that my defense of voluntary euthanasia in an earlier paper amounts to an "assault on traditional common sense" about what medical ethics permits physicians to do, particularly insofar as I hold that a physician's duty to abstain from intentionally killing is only a defeasible duty, ...
Ost Suzanne - - 2011
Two matters that have a significant presence in the contemporary Dutch assisted dying debate, are the nature of the suffering required for an assisted death to be lawful, and the issue of who can lawfully assist. This article explores whether the lawful medical assisted dying model is too restrictive in ...
Ahmad Nehaluddin - - 2011
Modern medicine, specifically assisted reproductive technology (ART), has overtaken the law in many jurisdictions around the world. New technologies and practices open a Pandora's Box of ethical, religious, social and legal questions, and may present a variety of significant legal problems to the courts and legislators. Surrogate motherhood and pregnancy ...
Tarver Tom - - 2010
The final federal rules make it easier to meet Stage 1 requirements, but are not expected to significantly change the outcomes expected by the conclusion of Stage 3 in 2015. Practices that have not already done so should begin a detailed planning process, as outlined above, so they can meet ...
Thomas Angela E - - 2010
The 50th Annual Scientific Meeting of the British Society for Haematology was notable, not only for its golden anniversary, but also because it coincided with the eruption of the Icelandic volcano, Eyjafjallajökull, and the ensuing travel chaos. In total, 28 speakers from overseas were unable to reach Edinburgh, including a ...
Roberts Matthew - - 2010
Date written: November 2008 Final submission: August 2009.
McDonagh Theresa - - 2010
The 12th Annual Meeting of the British Society of Heart Failure was held in London (UK). As heart failure has evolved into an accredited subspecialty in its own right, the conference has become increasingly well attended. This year there were over 400 delegates from around the world. As per clinical ...
Harris R - - 2010
Towards the end of my time at Trousseau, it was a huge honour to be asked if I would like to consider staying on as an observer until October, with a view to continuing on, after that, in a Chef de Clinique appointment. This was a golden opportunity that I ...
Milgrom Lionel R - - 2009
The British Chiropractic Association recently won a libel case against the science writer and CAM 'skeptic' Dr Simon Singh for publishing an article in a British newspaper in which he accused them of promoting 'bogus' treatments. This has ignited a campaign in the UK to 'keep the libel laws out ...
Wisneski Daniel C - - 2009
Theory and research point to different ways moral conviction and religiosity connect to trust in political authorities to decide controversial issues of the day. Specifically, we predicted that stronger moral convictions would be associated with greater distrust in authorities such as the U.S. Supreme Court making the "right" decisions regarding ...
Harris Jenny C - - 2009
International Journal of Paediatric Dentistry 2009This policy document was prepared by J.C. Harris, R.C. Balmer, and P.D. Sidebotham on behalf of the British Society of Paediatric Dentistry (BSPD). Policy documents produced by the BSPD represent a majority view, based on consideration of currently available evidence. They are produced to provide ...
Meikle Murray C - - 2008
The British Orthodontic Society invites outstanding contributors from the field of Orthodontics to give the guest lecture in memory of George Northcroft. In 2007 the guest lecturer was Professor Murray C. Meikle. The article that follows was presented as the Northcroft Memorial Lecture 2007 at the British Orthodontic Conference, Harrogate, ...
Layfield Robert - - 2008
Now in its 6(th) year, the East Midlands Proteomics workshop held in November 2007 brought together over 200 scientists with a common interest in proteomic techniques and their application to complex biological and biomedical problems. For the first time, this meeting was jointly supported by the British Society for Proteome ...
Thompson Nellie L - - 2008
The British psychoanalyst D. W. Winnicott and the American psychoanalyst Phyllis Greenacre were both deeply absorbed by the vicissitudes of the infant's and young child's psychic development. Their clinical observations and theoretical ideas display striking convergences and reciprocal influences. Winnicott was deeply influenced by Greenacre's account of maturational processes, an ...
Forrester John - - 2008
Viewing the reception of psychoanalysis in Britain from Cambridge, the paper examines the intertwining histories of the post-War British Psychological Society and the founding of the British Psycho-Analytical Society, following the initiatives of the two principal psychological entrepreneurs of the era, Charles Myers and Ernest Jones, Reforms in Cambridge in ...
Brown David A - - 2006
This article traces the development of knowledge about the physiology and pharmacology of acetylcholine and its receptors between 1930 and 2005, with emphasis on contributions by members of the British Pharmacological Society, and by other British pharmacologists and physiologists.
Chubb James C - - 2004
Collections of 'Echinorhynchus salmonis' from Britain and Ireland deposited in The Natural History Museum, London (1921.7.19.3-12 and 1952.10.30.122-127) were re-identified as Acanthocephalus clavula and Acanthocephalus lucii respectively. The amphipod, Pontoporeia affinis, European intermediate host of E. salmonis, does not occur in the British Isles, so it is concluded that E. ...
Gwyn-Williams G - - 1999
This essay was awarded the Patient's Millennium Gowers prize of 1999 by the council of the British Branch of the International League Against Epilepsy.
Cochrane P - - 1999
Herbert Brookes was a wealthy businessman, a distinguished patron of high culture in Melbourne society, an anti-Labor eminence who moved comfortably in the highest of imperial circles. The richness of his papers in the National Library provides the opportunity to examine the life of a leading British-Australian, to analyse issues ...
- - 1995
The Random Samples item "The mosquito and the marigold" (12 May, p. 809) incorrectly suggested that a team of scientists in India first characterized phototoxins in marigolds that kill mosquito larvae. In fact, they were originally discovered in the early 1980s in Canada by investigators at the University of British ...
Jowett A J - - 1995
"While 'closed-door' immigration policies are adopted by most countries, 'exceptionalist' legislation is often made to permit entry of special immigrant groups. An example is the British Nationality (Hong Kong) Act 1990, which was passed in the run-up to the change in sovereignty of Hong Kong in 1997. Britain's increasingly restrictive ...
Weigle D C - - 1995
The British Sexological Society was a largely unknown society composed of influential people of the early twentieth century in Great Britain. The present research is an archival study of the Society and its work concerning homosexuality. Issues addressed by the British Sexological Society are relevant to the early development of ...
King P H - - 1983
This paper describes certain aspects of the life and work of Melanie Klein in the British Psycho-Analytical Society. It attempts to highlight the reciprocity of the relationship between Melanie Klein and other members of that Society by showing how the climate of psychoanalytical opinion that was prevalent among members of ...
Uilenberg G - - 1977
Serological and morphological comparisons between the theilerias found in Australian and British cattle and of these with African Theileria mutans (Theiler 1906) showed that the Australian and British parasites were similar to each other but different from T. mutans. Further investigations are required to determine taxonomic affinities between the Australian ...
Knox-Macaulay H H - - 1973
Different forms of thalassaemia or related disorders were found in 116 people of apparently pure British stock. Among them were one family with a child homozygous for beta-thalassaemia and eight heterozygous relatives, 16 families with 83 persons heterozygous for beta-thalassaemia, two families with three persons with Hb H disease and ...
Graham, Alastair
Published for the linnean society of London by Academic Press
The British Thoracic Society (BTS) was established in 1982 and membership includes medical practitioners, nurses, scientists and any professional with an interest in respiratory disease. Information is provided on the history and organisational structure of the BTS, clinical guidelines, policy briefings and press releases, details of research and educational activities, ...
The British Biophysical Society (BBS) is a scientific society which aims to promote teaching and research in biophysics, a molecular science concerned with the application of physical science techniques to investigate what molecules such as DNA and proteins look like, and how they interact to form biological systems. The Society's ...
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