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The article presents longitudal survey research conducted between 2009 and 2022 at one of Polish universities among 498 academic teachers. The aim of the analysis presented here is the investigation on how academic teaching development (academic teachers’ education) is conceived of by scholars who accompany students. The macrosocial context of both...
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Introduction Graduate students engage in college teaching with varied attitudes and approaches. Their teaching practices may be influenced by professional development experiences related to pedagogy, and their personality traits. Methods Through an online survey of graduate students teaching undergraduate courses ( N = 109, 69.7% women, M age = 30...
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Background As the coronavirus disease 2019 virus made its way throughout the world, there was a complete overhaul of our day-to-day personal and professional lives. All aspects of health care were affected including academics. During the pandemic, teaching opportunities for resident training were drastically reduced. Consequently, medical universit...
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La question de l’innovation suscite depuis quelques années un grand intérêt de la part des chercheurs dans différentes disciplines (économie, sociologie, management, anthropologie, etc.). Elle constitue de nos jours un enjeu incontournable pour les entreprises et les institutions universitaires. Stimuler l’innovation est indispensable pour engendr...
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Purpose To assess the impact of individual surgeon experience on overall survival (OS), extent of resection (EOR) and surgery-related morbidity in elderly patients with glioblastoma (GBM), we performed a retrospective case-by-case analysis. Methods GBM patients aged ≥ 65 years who underwent tumor resection at two academic centers were analyzed. Th...
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According to data from the Spanish Association of Advertising Agencies, 90% of management positions in communication companies are occupied by men. However, the percentage of women studying communication degrees in Spanish universities, and specifically bachelor’s and master’s degrees in advertising and public relations, is higher than that of male...
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Objective: To find out the prevalence of different types of arrhythmias in children with congenital heart defects (CHDs) presenting at a tertiary care hospital. Study Design: Cross-sectional study. Setting: Department of Pediatrics, Rai Medical College Teaching Hospital, Sargodha Pakistan. Period: July 2021 to June 2022. Material & Methods: A total...
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some people who advocate for good ideas in Education do not actually implement those ideas in their own teaching. For example, in their articles, books, webinars, and presentations, some noted academics sing the praises of student centered learning methods, such as cooperative learning, but in our observations, these academics’ teaching consists al...
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Context: Unified Modeling Language (UML) is a widely used modeling language for object-oriented systems development. However, software engineers either did not use the UML at all or used it only selectively and informally. One of the reasons for this is related to the difficulties software engineers face in learning UML. Objective: This study aims...
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The NEP 2020 is an eye opener during the industrial revolution 4.0. It is a great challenge for the teachers to teach NEP programme to the students who have experienced the effects of pandemic. The government of Karnataka has implemented the NEP 2020 which anticipates the radical changes in education system. The present paper focuses on the impact...
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This chapter aims to clarify the impact of digitalisation on German higher education (HE) teaching. It is assumed that digitalisation is not a quasi-automatic process overwhelming the HE system and institutions, but a process that is shaped by various actors. Two research questions are addressed: What does digitalisation mean for the transformation...
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End-of-relationship rituals are not respected within Protestant churches. Therefore, many church websites emphasize that there are no official divorce rituals to this day. This is despite the fact that there are numerous impulses for divorce rituals, some of which are also firmly established in church practice. Practitioners who devote themselves t...
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A teacher's contribution to teaching and learning is crucial in higher education. Teachers are acquiring different ICT-related teaching and learning skills. The systematic use of ICT tools and online learning resources promotes universal accessibility for all students. As a result, our exceptional teachers' skills, knowledge, methods, approaches, e...
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The decline of student participation in science streams is an issue of concern and it is often discussed in many studies internationally. This study aims to refine the selection factors of chemistry majors among undergraduates based on gender, race, and academic achievement. The design of the study is quantitative, and the selection of the sample i...
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Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic had an unprecedented global effect on teaching and education. This review discusses research, education and diagnostics from the perspectives of four academic clinicians and researchers across different facilities in Australia. Materials and methods: The study adopted a literature review and an Australian researc...
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This quasi-natural experimental study examined an online teaching intervention implemented in response to COVID-19 in China in 2020. It applied the difference-in-difference model to examine the impact and path of the intervention on students’ learning performance of a college foreign language (LPCFL). Based on data from records of withdrawing and c...
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According to the development of Metaverse, its outstanding features and the logical relationship of Metaverse empowerment education, this paper uses the interactive ritual chain theory to explore that the arrival of Metaverse will bring new changes to link in the ritual chain of new educational symbols, “presence” in teaching, boundaries and barrie...
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Background Febrile neutropenia (FN) is a medical emergency with significant morbidity and mortality for oncology patients, requiring comprehensive workup and timely antibiotic administration. We evaluated concordance with locally developed FN guidelines and outcomes of cancer patients admitted to general internal medicine at an academic teaching ho...
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Colleges and universities have been experiencing high rates of faculty turnover across countries, and hiring and retaining influential faculty members is a constant challenge that higher education institutions have encountered. Job stress and job satisfaction are stable predictors that psychologically determine teachers’ persistence in their instit...
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Background: The family member is an important support system in the care of patient with chronic mental illness. The caregivers experience from a number of significant stresses and burden and need concern from the mental health professionals. The objective of the study was to assess the extent of burden and coping strategies among caregivers of men...
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Introduction: Emergency contraception is a contraceptive method used to prevent unwanted pregnancy in the first few days after unprotected sexual intercourse or contraceptive failure/accident. Many women are unaware of the existence of emergency contraception, misunderstand its use and safety, or do not use it when needed. Especially, residents of...
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Background: Corona Virus Disease 2019came into existence in December 2019, as a sudden outbreak inthe city of Wuhan, China. Early identification of the patient is vitalto control disease transmission.This study is aimed at estimatingthe sensitivity, specificity, and practicability of Highresolution computed tomography chest in detecting Corona Viru...
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Introduction: Foodborne illnesses are caused by consumption of contaminated foods. The risk of food getting contaminated depends largely on the health status of the food handlers, their personal hygiene, knowledge and practice of food hygiene. Hence, this study aimed to assess the proportion of Salmonella among food handlers working in the cafeteri...
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Background: Depression is one of the most common psychiatric disorders with substantial morbidity and mortality. It is known to be associated with changes in the hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid axis, thus may be accompanied by subtle thyroid dysfunction. Thus, our study aims to determine the prevalence and characteristics of thyroid dysfunction in n...
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Introduction: Refractive errors remain the most important cause of visual impairment in childhood worldwide which contributes to about 19% of total blindness in the world. This can be further complicated by other ocular conditions like vernal keratoconjunctivitis, which is a chronic, recurrent bilateral inflammation of conjunctiva and cornea. Aims:...
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Background: Self-esteem is the own judgment of a person about himself or herself and appreciation of his/her value. An individual with high self-esteem has many positive effects and benefits. It is suggested that self-esteem is one of the most influential factors in the occupational behaviors of nursing students. So, the aim of the study was to ass...
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Background: A tracheostomy is a surgical procedure in which trachea is opened below the larynx from which a tube is placed in trachea to facilitate mechanical ventilation, removal of tracheo-bronchial secretions and to protect upper airway. The aim of this study is to find out the current status of decannulation following institutional guideline. M...
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Introduction: Instrumental vaginal delivery is performed in second stage of labor to expedite delivery with aim to decrease cesarean section rate. Worldwide 10-20% of laboring women need obstetrics intervention for delivery. Aims: To evaluate the indication and fetomaternal outcome of instrumental vaginal delivery. Methods: This is a hospital based...
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Introduction: Isolated ulnar shaft are uncommon injuries with most of the fractures occurring following direct trauma. Open reduction and internal fixation with plating is the gold standard treatment but is associated with complications. Treatment with square nail provides rotational stability, is cheaper, safer with minimum complications of platin...
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Background: Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy is considered as a gold standard treatment for symptomatic cholelithiasis. The timing of surgery for acute Cholecystitis is still controversial, weather to go early surgery or wait for six to eight weeks after conservative management. Therefore, the aim of this study is to compare the clinical outcomes of ea...
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In 1919, the authorities of the newly established University of Poznan took over the buildings and movable property of the German Royal Academy, which had functioned in Poznan between 1903 and 1918. The Seminar of Art History, which was organised at the time, acquired, among other things, a collection of 4,000 slides and 4,000 reproductions which h...
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Chaque année, le gouvernement de la Communauté française débourse 83 millions d’euros pour des dispositifs d’aide à la réussite dans l’enseignement supérieur. Non obligatoires, elles touchent généralement des étudiants acquis à la cause.
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Background/purpose-The aim of this research is to examine the meanings through metaphors that academics derive from their experiences regarding the measurement and evaluation practices when emergency remote teaching was conducted due to the COVID-19 pandemic, to identify the problems they experienced with the measurement and evaluation practices, a...
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The unexpected COVID-19 crisis has disrupted medical education and patient care in unprecedented ways. As the pandemic occurred unexpectedly, University and its affiliated colleges, their faculty members had to hurriedly switch to online courses without reflecting on how to transform the curriculum to align well with the online learning platform. A...
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Background: Canine distemper (CD) is a highly fatal disease in dogs. Hence, it is important to document the factors which are significantly correlated with the poor prognosis amongst CD infected dogs to develop a prognostic index. Methods: Forty dogs positive for CD virus by nested reverse transcriptase polymerase chain reaction (nRT-PCR) were incl...
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L’enseignement par compétences devient un impératif au Vietnam, notamment au niveau de licence afin de répondre aux besoins du marché du travail et de faciliter l’employabilité des diplômés. La mise en œuvre de cette politique éducative nécessite une série d’activités dont la première concerne l’élaboration d’un référentiel de métier-compétences. U...
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Publié dans la collection « Enseignement supérieur » des Presses de l’Université du Québec, l’ouvrage collectif Récits de professeurs d’université à mi-carrière. Si c’était à refaire... (Allaire et Deschenaux, 2022) s’adresse principalement aux doctorants qui visent une carrière universitaire et aux professeurs en début de carrière. Ceci dit, il po...
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Background A longer emergency department length of stay (EDLOS) is associated with poor outcomes. Shortening EDLOS is difficult, due to its multifactorial nature. A potential way to improve EDLOS is through shorter turnaround times for diagnostic testing. This study aimed to investigate whether a shorter laboratory turnaround time (TAT) and time to...
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With the introduction of COVID-19, the necessity for social segregation measures developed, necessitating the implementation of extensive lockdowns in several nations. Education has been particularly heavily struck by this unique scenario, which has caused turmoil in many facets of daily life. Many changes were brought about by the closing of educa...
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This chapter will explain the transformation of universities as organizations using the tradition of motivation theory, which postulates a connection between perceptions of organizational structures and regulation of action. The self-determination theory is used as a theoretical underpinning to bridge the micro-macro link between organizational str...
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Background “Speaking up” is considered an important patient safety behaviour. The main idea is to voice patient safety concerns; however, several studies revealed that the organisational culture can be obstructive. In previous studies, we already identified barriers for doctors, nurses and medical students. In the current study, we explore how nurs...
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Geoarchaeological research captures dimensions of the past at an unprecedented level of detail and multiple spatial and temporal scales. The record of the past held by soils and sediments is an archive for past environments, climate change, resource use, settlement lifeways, and societal development and resilience over time. When the McDonald Insti...
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Geoarchaeological research captures dimensions of the past at an unprecedented level of detail and multiple spatial and temporal scales. The record of the past held by soils and sediments is an archive for past environments, climate change, resource use, settlement lifeways, and societal development and resilience over time. When the McDonald Insti...
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Geoarchaeological research captures dimensions of the past at an unprecedented level of detail and multiple spatial and temporal scales. The record of the past held by soils and sediments is an archive for past environments, climate change, resource use, settlement lifeways, and societal development and resilience over time. When the McDonald Insti...
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Background Infectious diseases are the second leading contributor to racial disparities in healthcare. Clostridioides difficile infection (CDI) is a common community/hospital acquired infection that can cause life-threatening colitis. Despite the influence that socioeconomic factors, insurance status, and access to care can have on CDI outcomes, th...
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This paper examines the experiences of two non-Indigenous academics in a regional Australian university who taught/coordinated a first-year course, Introduction to Indigenous Australia (SCS130). Drawing on our own experiences, we explore the implications and contentious nature of non-Indigenous academics teaching Indigenous Studies and align this d...
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Introduction: People experiencing homelessness suffer from poor outcomes after hospitalisation due to systemic barriers to care, suboptimal transitions of care, and intersecting health and social burdens. Case management programmes have been shown to improve housing stability, but their effects on broad posthospital outcomes in this population have...
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Cyber security has become an issue of national concern in the UK, USA and many other countries worldwide. Universities have reacted to this by launching numerous cyber security degree programmes. In this paper we explore the structure of these degrees and in particular highlight the challenges faced by academics teaching on them. We explore the iss...
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Cyber security has become an issue of national concern in the UK, USA and many other countries worldwide. Universities have reacted to this by launching numerous cyber security degree programmes. In this paper we explore the structure of these degrees and in particular highlight the challenges faced by academics teaching on them. We explore the iss...
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Vanwege de oproep aan het hoger economisch onderwijs om zich te verhouden tot maatschappelijke opgaven wordt er binnen het economisch hoger onderwijs gezocht naar alternatieve economische paradigma’s, welke waarde-geladen zijn. Ik betoog in dit stuk met behulp van speech act theory dat economisch onderwijs niet waardevrij gegeven kan worden. Wel er...
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In the present pedagogical context of higher education in Nepal, Information and Communication Technology (ICT) integration in classroom pedagogy has become an evolving phenomenon. The community college teachers of Chitwan district are gradually shifting to technology-enhanced classroom pedagogy from the conventional mode of instruction for better...
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With the continuous promotion of quality education, the importance of physical education in college teaching is increasingly prominent. In order to meet the sports needs of different students, badminton courses are introduced in colleges and universities. Badminton not only has a strong entertainment, but also a good physical exercise, loved by stu...
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The Forensic Medicine fraternity in India is in a conundrum. In many states of India, conducting medicolegal autopsies is limited to Government centres. The exponential increase in the number of autopsies conducted, clubbed with restrictions on the number of centres permitted to do the autopsies, has placed an unbearable burden on these Government...
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Background Numerous observational studies have revealed an increased risk of death and complications with transfusion, but this observation has not been confirmed in randomized controlled trials (RCTs). The “transfusion kills patients” paradox persists in real-world observational studies despite application of analytic methods such as propensity-sc...
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Duplex ultrasonography (DUS) is a safe, non-invasive, and affordable primary screening tool to identify the vascular risk factors of stroke. The overall process of DUS examination involves a series of complex processes, such as identifying blood vessels, capturing the images of blood vessels, measuring the velocity of blood flow, and then physician...
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Pedagogical strategies with technology have an impact on university academic teaching. Hence, there is a need to develop competencies that allow the efficient use of various digital resources. The present study validated through a confirmatory factor analysis the constructs proposed in the CUTIC-28 in a sample of 318 Peruvian university students. I...
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In recent years, influenced by the deepening reform of colleges teaching English in China, teaching English for college students has gradually been favoured and promoted. At present, many universities still use traditional English teaching methods. The traditional English teaching method only allows college students to learn basic grammar and vocab...
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p> Examining students’ contentment with simulation is crucial for giving local and foreign academic teaching personnel feedback. The purpose of this study was to compare students studying emergency medical services’ simulation satisfaction. There were 193 students involved in a comparison cross-sectional design during the second semester of the aca...
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Introduction Radiation protection is the core of radiography to provide optimal patient safety and to control radiation hazard. In this study, we aim to determine the knowledge of radiation protection among dental students in a medical college, Nepal Methods Bachelor's degree dental final year students studying at Gandaki Medical College Teaching...
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Objective: To analyze children of congenital heart defect hospitalized with lower respiratory tract infections (LRTIs). Study Design: Cohort study. Setting: Department of Pediatrics, Rai Medical College Teaching Hospital, Sargodha Pakistan. Period: July 2021 to June 2022. Material & Methods: Echocardiography confirmed known CHD cases of both gender...
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Background Despite numerous low back pain (LBP) clinical practice guidelines, published studies suggest guideline nonconcordant care is still offered. However, there is limited literature evaluating the degree to which chiropractors, particularly students, follow clinical practice guidelines when managing LBP. The aim of this study was to evaluate...
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This article discusses the experience of doing research on higher education and the public good in South Africa within a bigger project titled 'Higher Education, Inequalities and the Public Good: Perspectives from Four African Countries'. Qualitative data was collected through key informant interviews by a team of eight researchers who concentrated...
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In this Coronavirus Infectious Disease-19 (COVID-19) pandemic phase, all teaching and learning process is done by online learning. The COVID-19 pandemic has created the largest disruption of education systems in human history, affecting nearly 1.6 billion learners in more than 200 countries. Closures of schools, institutions, and other learning s...
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The article considers the scientific category of “educational neuroscience” as a promising interdisciplinary field of research that studies relationship between education and the sciences of higher nervous activity. The role of theoretical research in the field of neuroscience for creation of modern distance educational technologies is determined....
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La sistematización de la presente experiencia pedagógica explica la implementación de un programa piloto de Aprendizaje Basado en Investigación (ABI) en el proceso de Formación Inicial Docente (FID) del Profesorado de Educación Física (PEF) perteneciente a una universidad chilena. La experiencia se desarrolló con clases en modalidad virtual durante...
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The COVID-19 pandemic forced a transition to digital teaching in higher education institutions (HEIs) as itwas the only safe method for higher education (HE) teaching during the pandemic. However, this crisis emphasized the barriers students face worldwide. For digital HE teaching to survive in the future, these barriers should be overcome. The pre...
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Dieser Artikel der Zeitschrift Gruppe. Interaktion. Organisation. möchte mittels einer systematischen Literaturrecherche das Thema der agilen Methoden aus einer mikro-organisatorischen Perspektive für den Hochschulbereich betrachten. Die Ergebnisse zeigen einerseits, dass agile Methoden bereits den Zugang in die (internationale) Hochschullehre erha...
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Open educational resources (OER) can be cost-effective alternatives to traditional textbooks for higher education faculty to decrease student spending on textbooks. To further advocate college instructors’ use of OER, understanding their value belief towards integrating OER in teaching is necessary but currently absent. This study thus analyzed 513...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has shaken not only the global economy but every development field, including all levels of the education sector and in every place in the world. The wide spread of this pandemic disaster has undoubtedly changed the education landscape worldwide. Online teaching and learning become the primary instruction method and the global...
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Introduction: Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease is a chronic condition in which stomach contents regurgitates up into oesophagus causing symptoms like acidic taste in mouth, heart burn, bad breath and chronic cough. There is high prevalence of GERD in patients with Type 2 diabetes mellitus in the western countries, but such related data in our coun...
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Introduction: Malnutrition is a major problem in cancer patients which results in high morbidity and mortality. There are lack of comprehensive centers providing nutritional support to cancer patients in eastern region of Nepal. Objective: The objective of this study was to analyze the malnutrition status of cancer patients at Birat Medical College...
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Introduction: Solid cancers are increasing in eastern region of Nepal. There are very few centers providing chemotherapy treatment to solid cancer patients in eastern region of Nepal. Objectives: The aim of this study is to stratify the types of solid cancers and study their socio-demographic and clinicopathological features of solid cancer. Method...
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The article is based on research aimed at exploring how teachers from the Faculty of Arts at Masaryk University integrated digital technologies into their teaching in connection with the transition to emergency remote teaching. The main research question was aimed at identifying the role played by peer learning among university teachers in integrat...
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Introduction: Renal Replacement Therapy is the treatment modality for the chronic kidney disease (CKD) which ranges from hemodialysis, peritoneal dialysis to the renal transplantation, the latter being the best form of treatment. But, renal transplantation is available at limited centers only so hemodialysis is the most commonly used treatment moda...
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Academic institutions that offer practical programs face several challenges, such as teaching heterogeneous classes, maintaining relevant and up-to-date syllabi, and competing with other institutions. These challenges are relevant to academic logistics programs as well. One way to tackle these challenges is through continuous improvement of teachin...
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The aim of this paper is to propose a scientific and practical evaluation method for college students’ learning evaluation. The students’ learning experience and harvest are the ultimate embodiment of colleges teaching quality. Considering the multilevel and fuzzy characteristics of learning evaluation, a novel college evaluation method is put forw...
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High rates of active student responding and opportunities to respond are considered best-practice instructional strategies for learning. Many educators in higher education have shifted from teaching primarily in-person to either a hybrid or an online format over the past decade. The global pandemic hastened further shifts from in-person to online l...
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Background: With the large majority of mental health professionals concentrated in urban settings, people living in rural and remote areas face significant barriers to accessing mental health care. Recognizing that early exposure is associated with future practice in rural and remote locations, we sought to obtain baseline data regarding interest...
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Recent research in the field of virtual reality (VR) education is dominated by the application, experience, and effectiveness of high-immersive environments. However, high-immersive VR may not be accessible to all learners, with online distance learning students in particular unable to fully engage without being supplied with appropriate accessorie...
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Canine Distemper becomes a major threat among canine population in India. The disease has already reached the endemic status in Tamil Nadu. But recently, changes in epidemiological factors for the occurrence of the disease were observed. To update the current epidemiological pattern of the disease, dogs which were brought to Infectious Disease Unit...
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Introduction: There is an increasing prevalence of primary hip fractures and peri-prosthetic hip and knee fractures. There is uncertainty about how best to manage peri-prosthetic fractures, and they do not attract the same financial incentives and management guidelines. Methods: A retrospective review of medical records was performed at a large aca...
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De corona-epidemie heeft effecten op de gezondheid, zowel lichamelijk, als geestelijk en sociaal. Dat kan direct komen door een besmetting met het coronavirus, maar ook indirect door de coronamaatregelen of de dreiging van de crisis. Om de impact van de coronacrisis in beeld te krijgen is het daarom belangrijk om verder te kijken dan alleen de gezo...