Tuyển tập các báo cáo nghiên cứu về bệnh học thý y được đăng trên tạp chí Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica cung cấp cho các bạn kiến thức về bệnh thú yđề tài: Cardiovascular, endocrine and behavioural responses to suckling and permanent separation in goats...
This article constitutes a search for a people-oriented approach to encouraging environmentally responsible behavior. It attempts to provide a source of motivations, reduce the corrosive sense of helplessness, and generate solutions to environmental problems that do not undermine the quality of life of the people who are affected.
In this chapter, we take a look at the role of ethics and social responsibility in business decision making. After reading this chapter, you will be able to: Define business ethics and examine its importance; detect some of the ethical issues that may arise in business, specify how businesses can promote ethical behaviour; define social responsibility and explain its relevance to business; debate an organization's social responsibilities to owners, employees, consumers, the environment, and the community.
Morphological response to port construction on sendai coast. The
difference in topographic evolution observed in both cases caused by the layout of coastal structures interacted with wave action which should have more clear understanding before the construction of any sea defences. This study also attempted to analyse the shoreline behaviour around Nanakita River mouth by utilising the aerial photograph. The GIS tool also is used in processing aerial photograph which have taken regularly in that area.
Gingivitis and periodontitis are the two main periodontal diseases and may be present
concurrently. Gingivitis is a form of periodontal disease in which gingival tissues are
inflamed but their destruction is mild and reversible while periodontitis is a chronic
inflammatory response to the subgingival bacteria with irreversible changes (Armitage,
1999). Periodontium destruction is characterized by loss of connective tissue attachment and
bone around the teeth in conjunction with the formation of periodontal pockets due to
apical migration of the junctional epithelium (Champagne et al.
The tourism industry offers an enormous choice of jobs for those who are suitably qualified.
The World Travel and Tourism Council in their Blueprint for New Tourism (2003) described
travel and tourism as ‘one of the world’s largest industries, responsible for 200 million jobs
and over 10% of global GDP’. But what are your chances of getting a top job?
In the summer of 2003 one of the editors attended a meeting to discuss the possibilities
of a major training scheme for employees in the travel and trade industry.
Despite these factors, children’s mental health has so far been paid insufficient attention
in schools. Teachers are uniquely placed to influence the mental health of children and
young people. As well as being in a position to recognise the symptoms of mental health
difficulties at an early stage, they can enhance the social and emotional development of
children and foster their mental well-being through their daily responses to pupils.
Every year an estimated three million newborn babies die during the first week of life due to problems such as sepsis, tetanus, or asphyxia, or problems associated with trauma, low birth weight, or preterm birth. This guide is written for the doctors, nurses, senior midwives, and other health care workers at the first referral level in low resource settings who are responsible for the care of newborn babies with problems during the first week(s) of life.
Why the workforce is important
In this first decade of the 21st century, immense
advances in human well-being coexist with
extreme deprivation. In global health we are witnessing
the benefits of new medicines and technologies.
But there are unprecedented reversals.
Life expectancies have collapsed in some of the
poorest countries to half the level of the richest –
attributable to the ravages of HIV/AIDS in parts of sub-Saharan Africa and to
more than a dozen “failed states”.
This report evaluates the responses of the United
Nations to the questions of human cloning governance.
The difference between reproductive human cloning
and using of cloning technology for research is explained
followed by an ethical analysis of cloning.
Discussion of ethics at the UN level often brings to mind
the notion of deep, profound, commonly held principles
to guide human actions. While general ethical principles,
such as the principle of doing no harm in medical practice,
are widely respected, the question of what amounts to
harm is less easily deﬁ ned.
Coaching Emotional Intelligence in the Classroom is a practical resource to help Key Stage 2
and Key Stage 3 teachers explore and understand a range of concepts, principles and techniques
gathered under the term ‘emotional intelligence’, and the way that this powerfully
infl uences pupils’ behaviour and learning in the classroom. Creative activities are suggested
throughout, leading towards a more explicit focus on coaching methods to help
pupils become independent, creative and effective learners able to set goals, generate ideas,
solve problems and arrive at reasoned decisions....
Providing convincing evidence on the effects of financial education is no easy task. The
most straightforward but least reliable method is to ask people attending a seminar
whether it was useful and whether participation will change their behaviour.
three main problems. Attendance is self-selected. Those motivated to turn up may have
the greatest interest in financial matters and may already be contemplating making a
change in their finances.
We are grateful to W. Philip T. James (International Obesity Task Force, London, United Kingdom) and Kaare
R. Norum (University of Oslo, Norway) for reviews of and suggestions on early drafts of this book, Shubhada
Watson (Evidence on Health Needs, WHO Regional Office for Europe) for helping to assess the evidence base,
and to Garden Tabacchi (University of Palermo, Italy) for overall editorial assistance in completing the final
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The position’s major responsibility is to plan and implement programmes and strategies to assist DIT
in achieving its goals through fundraising and other outreach efforts designed to enhance the DIT’s
position as a leading third level academic and research institution.
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Recent studies have shown that differences in life history may lead to
consistent inter-individual variation in behavioural traits, so-called
behavioural syndromes, animal personalities or temperaments. Consis-
tencies of behaviours and behavioural syndromes have mainly been
studied in non-cooperative species. Insights on the evolution of coopera-
tion could be gained from studying individual differences in life histories
and behavioural traits.
More specifically, we must further examine
health beliefs, and food beliefs and
practices that have symbolic or traditional
importance to determine how knowledge,
beliefs and attitudes translate into eating
behaviour in older adults, especially at
advanced ages. More research is needed to
clarify the relative contribution of income,
ethnic background and other personal predictors
of healthy eating – self-control,
emotions, resistance to change, time constraints,
lack of knowledge – and environmental
factors governing food availability
Some say that ‘the cockroach’ will be the last species on Earth to survive.
Then it has been calculated that one gravid aphid, left to reproduce with zero
mortality, will, after one year, cover the globe with an aphid layer over 140 km
thick. Not forgetting too, that flies and fleas vector disease. So, why should we
even consider conserving insects? Quite simply, without insects, the likelihood
is that the world as we know it would be radically changed in a matter of days.
Besides, it is only a tiny minority of insects that harm our lives.
Several overarching themes emerged from interviews with stakeholders in the six case-study
states regarding issues both internal and external to incentive programs that encourage and
discourage the adoption of small-scale renewable energy technologies in their respective
states. First, external factors will be discussed; illuminating the backdrop against which these
incentive programs operate is important in understanding and assessing program