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Yang Catherine S CS Department of Dermatology, Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, 593 Eddy Street, APC 1018, Providence, RI, 02903, USA, - - 2014
Junctional epidermolysis bullosa (JEB), generalized severe (previously called JEB, Herlitz-type) has an extremely poor prognosis, with a mean age of death at 5 months old and most dead before age 3 years. We describe a typical case of a neonate with JEB who developed failure to thrive before his death from fungal ...
Kawahara Keiji K International Association for Universal Design, Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences, Japan. Electronic address: - - 2014
Unique efforts of the Japanese industries in meeting the needs of the super-aged society are introduced through their association with International Association for Universal Design (IAUD). Considerations are made on how successes were brought about, what can be learned as well as what issues should be addressed in the future.
Gilroy Nicole N Infectious Diseases, New South Wales Bone Marrow Transplant Network & St Vincent's Hospital, Sydney, New South Wales, - - 2014
The Gram-Negative 'Superbugs' Conference of the Australasian Society for Infectious Diseases, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia, 2-3 August 2013 The Australian Society for Infectious Diseases hosted a national conference focused specifically on raising awareness of and contemplating solutions to the rise in antimicrobial resistance, especially in Gram-negative bacteria. Presentations were primarily ...
Pederson Thoru T Program in Cell and Developmental Dynamics, Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, University of Massachusetts Medical School, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA. Electronic address: - - 2014
This volume brings together a number of perspectives on how certain physical phenomena contribute to the functional design and operation of the nucleus. This collection could not be more timely, resonating with an increasing awareness of the opportunities that lie at the interface of cell biology and the physical sciences. ...
Lunenfeld Bruno - - 2013
Abstract Recommendations on the diagnosis, treatment and monitoring of late-onset hypogonadism (LOH) in men were first published by ISSAM in 2002 In 2005, and, in 2008, updated recommendations were published in the International Journal of Andrology, the Journal of Andrology, the Aging Male and European Urology. Towards discussions at the ...
Crum Lawrence A - - 2013
The Gold Medal is presented in the spring to a member of the Society, without age limitation, for contributions to acoustics. The first Gold Medal was presented in 1954 on the occasion of the Society's Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebration and biennially until 1981. It is now an annual award.
Liberman M Charles - - 2013
The von Bekesy Medal is presented to individuals, irrespective of nationality, age, or society affiliation, who have made outstanding contributions to the area of psychological or physiological acoustics as evidenced by publication of research results in professional journals or by other accomplishments in the fields.
Brown-Borg Holly M - - 2013
A summary of the Eleventh International Symposium on the Neurobiology and Neuroendocrinology of Aging that was held July 29-August 3 in Bregenz, Austria, is presented. Sixteen of the speakers that presented at the conference submitted review papers covering the topic of their presentation as well as an overview of their ...
Sever Mehmet Sukru - - 2012
"Recommendations for the management of crush victims in mass disasters" aims to assist medics, paramedics and rescue team members who provide care during disasters. Development of the recommendations followed an explicit process of literature review and, also internet and face-to-face discussions. The chapters cover medical and logistic measures, to be ...
Daniel Michelle - - 2012
During disasters, clinicians may be forced to play dual roles, as both a provider and an allocator of scarce resources. At present, a clear framework to govern resource stewardship at the bedside is lacking. Clinicians who find themselves practicing in this ethical gap between clinical and public health ethics can ...
Dennis Amanda A - - 2011
We investigated systematic barriers, identified by previous research, that prevent women from obtaining Medicaid coverage for an abortion even when it should legally be available: when the pregnancy resulted from rape or incest or threatens the mother's life. We also aimed to document strategies to improve access to federal Medicaid ...
Hnizdo Eva - - 2011
OBJECTIVE:: Effectiveness of periodic spirometry in medical monitoring depends on spirometry quality. We describe an intervention on spirometry quality and its impact on accuracy and precision of longitudinal measurements. METHODS:: The intervention was conducted from 2005 to 2010 in a monitoring program involving approximately 2500 firefighters. Intervention supported adherence to ...
Andersen Poul Erik PE Poul Erik Andersen, Department of Radiology, Cardiovascular Section, Odense University Hospital, Sdr. Boulevard, DK-5000 Odense C, - - 2011
Poul Erik Andersen is a Professor and Interventional Radiologist at the University of Southern Denmark, Odense and Odense University Hospital, Denmark. His innovative and expertise is primarily in vascular interventions where he has introduced and developed many procedures at Odense University Hospital. His significant experience and extensive scientific work has ...
Park Seung-Jung - - 2011
The Angioplasty Summit TCTAP is an international conference held annually at the end of April in Seoul, Korea that focuses on interventional cardiology. Over the past two decades, this meeting has played an integral part in the Asia-Pacific region on educating physicians and other healthcare professionals who are interested in ...
Weisleder Pedro - - 2011
Medical ethics can be defined as the study of moral values and judgments as they apply to medicine. Healthcare providers, or for that matter all who make contributions to the field of medicine, are regularly confronted by ethical dilemmas. Like other predicaments, ethical dilemmas require thoughtful consideration. The overarching goal ...
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This meeting is being hosted by the Department of Neurosurgery, Frenchay Hospital, Bristol, UK, commencing on the 30(th) March 2011. The full abstracts of platform presentations are followed by the titles of those submissions accepted as posters. These abstracts are published in advance of the meeting - if any papers ...
Hall Ronald E - - 2011
Due to the historical preponderance of racial and/or intellectual homogeneity in the field of psychology, Eurocentrism set the "gold standard" for its method of intervention. As such, it might be argued that psychology remains a bastion of Eurocentric thought despite the globalization of knowledge and the influx of racially and ...
Helmchen Hanfried - - 2011
Ethical core issues in research with human subjects are related to informed consent and risk-benefit assessment. This is valid for all types of studies. However, there has been much greater focus of ethical considerations on controlled clinical trials than on naturalistic trials, probably because the former are interventional in nature ...
Rolnick Joshua - - 2010
The law, like neurology, grapples with the relationship between disease states and behavior. Sometimes, the two disciplines share the same terminology, such as automatism. In law, the "automatism defense" is a claim that action was involuntary or performed while unconscious. Someone charged with a serious crime can acknowledge committing the ...
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A European Federation of Neurological Societies/Peripheral Nerve Society consensus guideline on the definition, investigation, and treatment of multifocal motor neuropathy (MMN) was published in 2006. The aim is to revise this guideline. Disease experts considered references retrieved from MEDLINE and Cochrane Systematic Reviews published between August 2004 and July 2009 ...
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The Disclosure Dilemma — Large-Scale Adverse Events Health Law, Ethics, and Human Rights, N Engl J Med 2010;363:978-986. In Table 1 (page 980), in the Event and Location column, the location of the Fremont Cancer Center should have been “Fremont, NE,” rather than “Fremont, CA.” The article has been corrected ...
Mandelbaum Eric - - 2010
We propose Knobe's explanation of his cases encounters a dilemma: Either his explanation works and, counterintuitively, morality is not at the heart of these effects; or morality is at the heart of the effects and Knobe's explanation does not succeed. This dilemma is then used to temper the use of ...
Losa Iglesias Marta Elena - - 2010
OBJECTIVES: To describe the distress experienced by Spanish podiatrists related to ethical dilemmas, organisational matters, and lack of resources. DESIGN: A 2008 email survey of a representative sample of 485 Spanish podiatrists presenting statements about different ethical dilemmas, values and goals at the workplace. RESULTS: The response rate was 44.8%. ...
Werth James L JL - - 2010
Mental health professionals practicing in rural areas face ethical dilemmas different from those experienced by their urban counterparts and may find that the existing ethics literature and American Psychological Association (APA, 2002) ethics code not particularly helpful. We highlight parts of five standards from the APA ethics code to illustrate ...
Hope Tony - - 2009
Following a two-year inquiry, the Nuffield Council on Bioethics published a report in October 2009 on the ethical dilemmas raised by dementia. Community nurses play an important role in supporting carers of people with dementia, but face ethical dilemmas of their own, for example, balancing the needs of the person ...
Magnavita N - - 2009
One of the causes of the increasing request for radiological examinations occurring in all economically developed countries is the active role played by the patient-consumer. Consumerism places the radiologist in an ethical dilemma, between the principle of autonomy on the one hand and the ethical principles of beneficence, nonmaleficence and ...
Kenny Belinda J - - 2009
Speech pathologists are confronted by ethical issues when they need to make decisions about client care, address team conflict, and fulfil the range of duties and responsibilities required of health professionals. However, there has been little research into the specific nature of ethical dilemmas experienced by speech pathologists and whether ...
Kelly Emily - - 2009
PURPOSE: The increase in bioethics education in preclinical curricula enables medical students to recognize ethical issues and determine right action. The authors sought to explore the ethical dilemmas medical students experience during clinical clerkships. METHOD: Following an e-mail invitation, 100 of 104 graduating medical students allowed their final ethics assignment, ...
Monturo Cheryl - - 2009
Debate over withdrawal or withholding of artificial nutrition appeared a distant discussion until the furor over the Schiavo case and a Papal Allocation reignited this ethical dilemma. The purpose of this article is to provide a review of the bioethical opinion regarding artificial nutrition, as published in the Hastings Center ...
Carson Alexander M - - 2009
Psychiatric practice is often faced with complex situations that seem to pose serious moral dilemmas for practitioners. Methods for solving these dilemmas have included the development of more objective rules to guide the practitioner such as utilitarianism and deontology. A more modern variant on this objective model has been 'Principlism' ...
Kassberg Ann-Charlotte - - 2008
The aim of this study was to describe Swedish occupational therapists' experiences of encountering ethical dilemmas in rehabilitation and strategies they used to handle the situations. Twelve occupational therapists who work with adults with developmental disabilities were interviewed using a semi-structured interview design. Data were analysed using qualitative content analysis. ...
Førde R - - 2008
BACKGROUND: Medicine is full of value conflicts. Limited resources and legal regulations may place doctors in difficult ethical dilemmas and cause moral distress. Research on moral distress has so far been mainly studied in nurses. OBJECTIVE: To describe whether Norwegian doctors experience stress related to ethical dilemmas and lack of ...
Kenny Belinda - - 2007
Ten new graduate speech pathologists recounted their experiences in managing workplace ethical dilemmas in semi-structured interviews. Their stories were analysed for elements that described the nature and management of the ethical dilemmas. Ethical reasoning themes were generated to reflect the participants' approaches to managing these dilemmas. Finally, a conceptual model, ...
Robertson Michael - - 2007
The aim of this paper is to consider the application of principle-based medical ethics to psychiatry. Principles-based medical ethics is a useful tool for resolving ethical dilemmas in psychiatry in that clinical aspects of ethical dilemmas can be better articulated then in other methods . The ethical dilemmas unique to ...
Brassington I - - 2006
It is not unknown for participants in discussions of ethics to prefix their claims with a profession of their religious faith - to say, for instance, "Well, I'm a Christian/Muslim/whatever, so I think that ...". Other participants in the debate may well worry about how to respond without the risk ...
Brabender Virginia - - 2006
Group psychotherapists in their everyday practice confront a series of ethical problems, some of which rise to the level of ethical dilemmas. This two-part special series will address how the group psychotherapist can address these problems and dilemmas in a way that leads to an ethical course of conduct. This ...
Stovitz Steven D - - 2006
The physician working on the sidelines of a public sporting event may encounter a unique set of ethical dilemmas. Many of the ethical pitfalls result from the physician's responsibilities, not only to the patient, but also to teams and events. Standard rules of confidentiality and patient autonomy may not apply. ...
McRobbie Angela - - 2006
This article proposes that Butler's Precarious Life: The Powers of Mourning and Violence provides a valuable contribution to the sociology of cosmopolitanism on the basis of a perspective which forcefully addresses the new sovereign power of the USA which reneges on the possibilities of cosmopolitanization by means of resurgent nationalism, ...
Detloff Madelyn - - 2006
Why is it that many of the often-cited narratives about butch, FTM, and/or transgender masculinity happen to be fictions that highlight suffering as a de facto rite of passage for the butch, FTM, or transgendered protagonist? This essay attempts to answer that question, first by outlining the "coherentist assumptions" of ...
Simonson Larry - - 2005
This paper describes how the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology has chosen to integrate ethics into their curriculum. All university freshmen engineering students are introduced to ethics through the presentation of ethical dilemmas. During this exercise, students are forced to argue both ...
Cantor Julie - - 2005
Cosmetic dermatology provides new esthetic options for patients and expanded practice opportunities for physicians. Perhaps because of its recent inception, discussions of the ethical quandaries in the field are relatively new. Certainly, these dilemmas remain unresolved. This article aims to identify ethical obligations that practicing cosmetic dermatologists and the professional ...
Wang J-G - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Schumacher E F - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Joshi V N - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Sievernich Michael - - 2005
After a period during which the theological categories of sin and forgiveness were ignored or trivialized, presently these notions are being rediscovered. What could their impact be on bioethics, either in the narrow sense of medical ethics, or in the more encompassing sense of the ethics of the life sciences? ...
Susan D - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Zhang J-P - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Zhang J P - - 2005
Extended abstract of a paper presented at Microscopy and Microanalysis 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA, July 31--August 4, 2005.
Torjuul Kirsti - - 2005
The aim of this study was to describe the kinds of ethical dilemmas surgeons face during practice. Five male and five female surgeons at a University hospital in Norway were interviewed as part of a comprehensive investigation into the narratives of physicians and nurses about ethically difficult situations in surgical ...
Norko Michael A - - 2005
In 1982, Dr. Alan Stone raised a central dilemma in ethics for forensic psychiatry that has prompted significant and important discussion of the concerns about twisting justice, prostituting the profession, and operating without adequate ethics guidelines in the course of our work. In presidential addresses to the membership of the ...
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