Part three in a series on the role of the media in national development.
Profiles in Innovation feat. John A. Rogers
What if electronic circuits were compatible with human tissue? What if they could diagnose disease, deliver medicine, and simply dissolve when their work is done? Thanks to materials scientist John A. Rogers all of this is possible.
Northeastern University President Joseph E. Aoun will sit down with the MacArthur "genius grant" winner for a fascinating discussion about research at the intersection of living and electronic systems.
Video by Ursula August
Socioeconomic value of nursing and midwifery : a rapid systematic review of reviews
The socioeconomic value of nursing and midwifery: a rapid systematic review of reviews was published by the Evidence for Policy and Practice Information and Co-ordinating Centre (EPPI-Centre) in 2010. This report presents the updated findings of a rapid systematic review of reviews which provide evidence of the benefits and costs of nursing and midwifery, both within the healthcare system and wider society. The scope of the review was targeted to three areas: mental health nursing, long-term
Veggie Tales - Sheerluck Holmes and the Golden Ruler prt 3
This video shows the value of friendship and of being considerate of others. The main feature stars Larry the Cucumber as Sheerluck Holmes and his sidekick Bob the Tomato as Watson; together they are London's crack crime-solving team. But Sheerluck starts to take credit for all the duo's achievements, leaving Watson to stew in his own juices. When Watson sulks off, Sheerlock faces just what a pickle t
2.3.3 Evaluating your strategy and presenting outcomes
This stage is about evaluating your strategy – what you've achieved and judging how well you achieved it-and presenting your work. An evaluation requires you to assess your overall strategy and work in terms of its strengths and weaknesses. Evaluating your strategy, however, is not simply describing what you have done, listing your successes, or even blaming yourself or others for things that didn't go according to plan.
Evaluation is about considering how successful were the methods
This book enables midwives, nurses and doctors to care for pregnant women and their infants in communities where HIV infection is present. Special emphasis has been placed on the prevention of mother-to-infant transmission of HIV.
7.3.4 Identify and research relevant sources of information
Spend some time finding out about what you will need to help you complete your number work successfully and who you need to consult. You may need to arrange access to a library, to the Internet, databases on CD-ROM or online, or specialist training or publications. If you need to learn more about specific numerical or mathematical techniques (for example statistical calculations, using algebra, drawing graphs), then look first at your course material, and then at study guides or notes aimed a