2.1 The sensible body
In the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the approach to medicine was vastly different from today. Health is now recognised, at least in most European countries, as a universal right, but what was it like in the past? How did social and political boundaries affect access to treatment, and what were the treatments of the day? This unit examines how Scottish healthcare institutions were influenced by these underlying social, economic, political and cultural contexts.
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This course is an introduction to the analytical tools that support design and decision-making in real estate and infrastructure development. There is a particular focus on identifying and valuing sources of flexibility using “real options”, Monte-Carlo simulation, and other techniques from the field of engineering systems. This course integrates economic and engineering perspectives, and is suitable for students with various backgrounds. It serves to provide useful preparation for t
Classic Baked Beans
Baked beans are an American classic. This updated version is perfectly balanced with sweetness from the molasses and brown sugar, smokiness from the bacon, and a bit of acid from the onion, mustard, and tomato paste. Using two different colors of beans creates more visual interest. Recipe at: http://www.ciaprochef.com/northarvest/recipe6.html
Multiplying Fractions A short video on multiplication of fractions
A short video on multiplication of fractions
Executive MBAs and Entrepreneurship at Darden
Carolina Marun, a former Kraft executive and now a company founder, talks about entrepreneurship in Darden's Executive MBA program.
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What Is the Current State of Economic Science? What is the current state of economic science? In two words, "not good." This is evident in the poor performance of the economics profession during the current financial crisis. Few economists saw it coming; once it started, its severity caught them by surprise; and now it is apparent that there is no agreement among them on how to end it. To make this case, I will present some lead
What is the current state of economic science? In two words, "not good."
This is evident in the poor performance of the economics profession during the current financial crisis. Few economists saw it coming; once it started, its severity caught them by surprise; and now it is apparent that there is no agreement among them on how to end it.
To make this case, I will present some lead
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Stappenplan (met foto's) van een knutselactiviteit die een soort van glasraam oplevert.
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In this keynote talk Chris Huhne will set out the economic need for low-carbon growth as an essential path out of recession. He will argue that the need to urgently renew and decarbonise our energy supply, and to upgrade our ageing and inefficient buildings, will not just provide an economic boost but also help to create a more balanced, resilient and sustainable British economy. Chris Huhne is Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change, and the Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament for Ea
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Black Middens Bastle House K031430 BLACK MIDDENS BASTLE HOUSE, Northumberland. View of the fortified farmhouse from the west.
BLACK MIDDENS BASTLE HOUSE, Northumberland. View of the fortified farmhouse from the west.
College of Charleston Awards Scholarships on Extreme Makeover: Home Edition
College of Charleston President P. George Benson awarded full tuition scholarships to five deserving Beaufort-area children who received a new home as part of the ABC television program Extreme Makeover: Home Edition. The children, who range in age from 1 to 16, will each receive a full tuition scholarship for four consecutive years while they earn an undergraduate degree at the College of Charleston. Bill Dickinson, India Dickinson, and their five children had been living in a ranch-style hous
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Amazing Video from RSA Animate - Sir Ken Robinson's Changing Education Paradigms Last year Sir Ken Robinson was honoured to be awarded the Benjamin Franklin Medal by the Royal Society of Arts in London. Accepting the Award he gave a talk on Changing Paradigms in Education. The RSA has produced a wonderful animated version of highlights of the talk. There is some really great stuff in here that gets you thinking about whether our current education model is a couple of centuries out of date. I'd love
Last year Sir Ken Robinson was honoured to be awarded the Benjamin Franklin Medal by the Royal Society of Arts in London. Accepting the Award he gave a talk on Changing Paradigms in Education. The RSA has produced a wonderful animated version of highlights of the talk.
There is some really great stuff in here that gets you thinking about whether our current education model is a couple of centuries out of date. I'd love
The Independent Kosovo: Partner for Peace and Stability in the Region
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Record and report on sedimentation and clarification processes
This learning object contains resources and activities that focus on recording and reporting requirements for the sedimentation and clarification processes in a water treatment plant. The key areas are: record relevant information and report back. The task is to record and report on work completed in the sedimentation and clarification processes.
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