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FORMATIC Paris 2011 - Innovation en TIC Santé : domomédecine.

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- Développement de nouveaux concepts et application au domaine médical pour le maintien à domicile de personnes fragiles.

- Analyse de la démarche logique du processus d'insertion sociale et respect de la discipline de vie.

- Définition d'un service et choix d'un service appliqué à la personne.

Intervenant : NOAT Henri.

SCD Médecine.


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Education in a free society must prepare citizens to make informed choices in all areas of their lives. They must be able to grasp the information being presented, analyze it, and make reasoned decisions. To accomplish these goals, students learn to collect, organize, and display relevant data to answer questions that can be addressed with data; use appropriate statistical methods and predictions that are based on data; develop and evaluate inferences and predictions that are based on data; and
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Scientific knowledge has been frequently portrayed as universally true. If this were the case then there would be no fundamental disagreements, for what counts as true would never change. However, what has been considered scientific in the past is now often seen as archaic or simply odd. The opposite approach would be to say that truth is relative – no one view is superior to any other. Both of these positions are simplistic. Contemporary defenders of science would argue that science is imp
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  • How do we study social phenomena?

  • How does theory help us to deal with complex evidence?

  • Which theory is the most appropriate?

  • Which concepts are most useful for the task?

  • How do
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"Fired Up for Fire Safety" was created by NFPA specifically for the Fire Prevention Week campaign. It includes three two-minute animated videos starring cartoon character Dan Doofus. Dan has to learn the hard way how to prevent home fires the correct way. Topics of the videos include home fire safety checklist, home fire escape planning, and proper use of smoke alarms and residential fire sprinklers. (2:10)
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