SFAP 2011 – Organisation de l’offre de soins en soins palliatifs
Titre : SFAP 2011 – Grands principes et valeurs qui ont sous tendus l’organisation de l’offre de soins en soins palliatifs
Auteur(s) : David OLIVIERE (Directeur d’enseignement et de formation, Londres – Grande-Bretagne).
Résumé : Grands principes et valeurs qui ont sous tendus l’organisation de l’offre de soins en soins palliatifs.
L’auteur n’a pas transmis de conflit d’intérêt concernant les données diffusées dans cette vidéo ou publiées dans
Ancient Mesopotamian Arts and Architecture
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When Alzheimer's hits
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Repudiation Is an Option
After much thought on this topic, I have decided that the best way to deal with the more than $14.3 trillion national debt is through partial repudiation. Why? It is not an easy story to tell without some context, but I will try my best to be clear.
Each year after my daughter's birthday in May, the family heads to the beach for a week of sun and sand. Of course one of t
Photo Slideshow: UA Displays Minerals in All Their Splendor
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"Special Topics at Edgerton Center: D-Lab Health: Medical Technologies for the Developing World, Spr
" D-Lab Health provides multi-disciplinary approach to global health technology design via guest lectures and a major project based on fieldwork. We will explore the current state of global health challenges and learn how design medical technologies that address those problems. Students may travel to Nicaragua during spring break and work with health professionals, using medical technology design kits to gain field experience for their device challenge. As a final class deliverable, you will cre
CAV 2011 – Robot et endométriose pelvienne profonde.
Titre : CAV 2011 – Robot et endométriose pelvienne profonde.
Intervenants : Pierre COLLINET (Lille)
Résumé : Nouveautés sur l’utilisation de la robotique pour l’endométriose pelvienne profonde, bilan.
L’auteur n’a pas transmis de conflit d’intérêt concernant les données diffusées dans cette vidéo ou publiées dans la référence citée.
Conférence enregistrée lors de la réunion thématique du Centre Régional Anticancéreux Alexis Vautrin
Students are introduced to the concept of air quality by investigating the composition, properties, atmospheric layers and everyday importance of air. They explore the sources and effects of visible and invisible air pollution. By learning some fundamental meteorology concepts (air pressure, barometers, prediction, convection currents, temperature inversions), students learn the impact of weather on air pollution control and prevention. Looking at models and maps, they explore the consequences o
Professor the Hon Gareth Evans addressing the AMUNC 2011 Plenary Session
Professor the Hon Gareth Evans addresses the Asia Pacific Model United Nations Conference (AMUNC) 2011 Plenary Session. This video was recorded at The Australian National University in July 2011.
Professor the Hon Gareth Evans AO QC has been Chancellor of The Australian National University since January 2010, and is President Emeritus of the Brussels-based International Crisis Group, the independent global conflict prevention and resolution organisation which he led from 2000 to 2009.
Learn About Carter Godwin Woodson
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Protracted Sahrawi Displacement: Challenges and opportunities beyond displacement
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Positive surprise at Morgan Stanley
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Critical systems thinking
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The Cite is Right: The Quiz Show (Part 3 of 3)
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Sickness Unto Death II - Existentialism in Literature and Film
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Could You Be An Architect? Part 3 of 5
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Light Ice Heavy Water Experiment
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