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I want to make a research on Effects of Partnership on Reading Remediation to raise level of Non Readers
What is the nature of private public partnerships in business, what is successful?
What are some of the normal pitfalls in private public partnerships, challenges, opportunities?
When is advantageous for private firms to enter into agreements with public entities, at what percentage cut?
Conversely, when is advantageous for for publicly traded companies to seek financial backing and assistance from private enterprise, instead of traditional borrowing or selling more stock?
The business angel gets involved in the financed company through: -Strategic involvement reflects any action aimed at providing strategic advice to the entrepreneur. - The managerial involvement concerns any action aimed at providing strategic advice to the entrepreneur. - Disciplinary involvement concerns any action aimed at protecting the Business Angels from possible mismanagement. - Relational involvement is any action aimed at establishing a successful partnership with the entrepreneur. we are therefore looking for a pre-existing operationalization of these four constructs?
Which friends will write and research local community development, partnership, sustainable development, justice, entrepreneurship, geopolitics, peace, etc.?
I am currently a doctoral student in rural planning and sustainable development. If any researcher wants to research the mentioned topics or related to these topics, I will also become a colleague and I want to write articles together.
My name is Abdelkbir Ouisaadane. I'm a doctor in computer science in usms.ma of Morocco. I write and publish research articles in noisy Speech Recognition, Signal processing, Artificial Intelligence, Feature Extraction .
I want to work in partnership with researchers in this field to exchange experiences and collaborate . If someone wants to work in collaboration with us please let us know.
On 09/09/2000, I wrote this text for a discussion group among veterinarians. What would we say about this subject today?
Of something around 1500 infectious diseases cataloged by the World Health Organization, 200 are Zoonoses (diseases communicable from animals to humans).
The epizootiological and epidemiological behavior of certain newly emerging diseases, such as those caused by the Ebola virus, the Australian equine Morbillivirus, the Hantaviruses and the “Prions”, has generated some alarm in World Public Health.
However, the inconstant level of seriousness of action of the Health Surveillance, in the different levels of contingency, national, state and municipal, is what generates the determining factor of the appearance of epidemics or epizootics.
In a world scenario where globalization of activities merely focused on the commercial aspects of a devouring and elitist capitalism is discussed, it is up to us to scrutinize the stertorous yearnings of a sick and anemic Public Health in the Third World.
National health and agricultural defense policies, luxurious and extravagant in essence, created in a laboratory, disconnected from basic structuring actions aimed at collective health, are nothing more than technocratic premises and philosophical guidelines, totally divergent from the real peripheral contexts of “Africa”, “India” and “Brazil” with its droughts and mangroves, postcards of world misery.
Partnerships are created (G-7, “Merco of this, Merco of that”) with surrealist objectives, with the sole beneficiaries of powerful merchants, holders of maximized structures in “Markets” of capitalist life.
In this enigmatic context, Health (animal health and human health) is lacking and Zoonosis (anthropozoonosis and zooanthroponosis) begins to exceed.
And where are the health professionals who promised to always obey, in the exercise of their noble profession, the postulates of science, honor and charity?
Certainly, lost in dreams and ideals of mercantile practices, devoid of the basic principle of love for others, which should be embedded in their professional duties.
Many within the area of Public Health, create slogans and raise theoretical socialist flags. Being a Socialist is not preaching Marxism, communism and other “ideological aphorisms”, but following the simplicity of what is written in the biblical reference of John 13.34-35.
We need to pay more attention to World Public Health and to study and evaluate daily the progress of these Zoonoses, which seem to threaten the evolution of medical science human resources with greater speed and better strategy.
My question is:
In your opinion, why are zoonoses gaining greater repercussion in current public health? Has medical science awakened to the real problem? Was it driven by conflicts of interest? Or did it just reduce some bias in your and hypotheses?
I have a question regarding the conceptual/theoretical framework for qualitative research.
I know that you have to use the existing literature or theory to make a framework, but I was wondering if you can use only 3 concepts out of four concepts from one research.
For example, a key concept is why organizations form partnerships. Regarding this, one research discussed about four motives of why organizations form partnerships. In this case, can I use only three motives for my framework?
Also, another study suggested two other motivations. can I combine them with the one above?
Thank you in advance, and I will wait for your insights!
It seems that the issue is not only to develop a vaccine or an effective medical treatment, but is more related to the consequences of an unsanitary environement.
In almost 90 countries and territories, nearly half of the world population lives in areas at risk of malaria transmission.
According to WHO in 2020, 627,000 deaths and 241million clinical cases were caused by malaria. 95% of deaths cases were recorded in Africa.
The Roll Back Malaria partnership launched by WHO, UNICEF, UNDP and the World Bank in October 1998 could not succeed in controlling the spread of the disease.
In close partnership with Sequentia Biotech (Barcelona, Spain) we are searching out for highly-competitive research companies or University research groups involved in bacterial engineering for the development of new therapeutic probiotics to collaborate with us for an international UE-based project platform. For details, interested researchers/groups can contact me and/or Dr. Walter Sanseverino for details.
“The global community has made tremendous progress toward health equity over the past 25 years, but these advances have not reached the world’s most remote communities. Deep in the rain forest, where people are cut off from transportation and cellular networks, mortality is the highest, access to health care is the most limited and quality of care is the worst. The World Health Organization estimates that one billion people go their entire lives without seeing a health worker because of distance. Health workers recruited directly from the communities they serve can bridge the gap. They can even fight epidemics such as Ebola and maintain access to primary care when health facilities are forced to shut their doors. My organization, Last Mile Health, now deploys more than 300 health workers in 300 communities across nine districts in partnership with the government of Liberia. But we can’t do this work alone. If the global community is serious about ensuring access to health care for all, it must invest in health workers who can reach the most remote communities.” —Raj Panjabi, co-founder and chief executive at Last Mile Health and instructor at Harvard Medical School
What are the best policies to encourage partnership between the public and private sectors in the field of investment, and how can these policies be profitable for all parties?
On Monday, 09 November, the African Union (AU) and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) announced a new partnership. At the United Nations Conference of the Parties (COP 26) in Glasgow, the administrator of the USAID, Samantha Power, announced that the U.S. and the AU commission are launching a new partnership “to reach Paris agreement goals in reducing carbon emissions and building long-term adaptation plans in Africa”.
Given the following circumstances:
1) With Ethiopia, a strategic country as AU host, and a major power and a stabilizing force in the Horn of Africa crumbling,
2) With the AU being a dysfunctional organization, and
3) With the US being the most uncommitted country in the “fight” against climate-change on one hand and being a country that uses every opportunity to push its liberal economy agenda in Africa on the other,
I would like you to reflect on what this partnership means to the actual and potential victims of climate change-induced impacts.
Thank you in advance.
Following topics: climate change, AI in Agriculture, farming systems, soil science, agro ecosystems, etc. so we can work on a paper together and get it published
We, who are members of the business simulation laboratory form Universitas Ciputra Surabaya Indonesia, are currently completing 1 research with the output of 2 articles on "THE ROLE OF SUPPLY CHAIN DRIVERS ON PARTNERSHIP IN PURCHASING AND LOGISTICS PERFORMANCE (EMPIRICAL STUDY IN FOOD MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY IN INDONESIA)". maybe there are researchers or professors who are interested in collaborating with us from Indonesia.
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So I have been working on a project discussing the various partnerships and collaboration strategies engaged by arts organizations with different stakeholders. Although we've been using partnerships and collaboration almost interchangeably in academic writing, I have some feelings that the two terms are different in practices, or they are related somehow but involving different degrees and types of inter-organizational relationships. I am wondering if anyone can point me to some sources discussing their similarities and differences. They can be cases from the arts and cultural sector or in general. Thanks!
In terms of Public-Private Partnership arrangements the incentive for private sector participation typically has to do with an appropriately weighted risk for return model.
However not all social services and Infrastructure that are termed critical present ample return as a basis for partnership e.g affordable housing, roads, power, and water within low-income countries and populations.
Looking for research and thoughts in relation to using either co-design and/or co-production that results in recommendations as opposed to creating either a product/resources/prototype in partnership with experts. I am thinking of using either co-design and/or co-production to produce recommendations for policy consideration, can this be done thanks.
The Moroccan research center in partnership with the Italian center is launching a call for research projects.
I am looking for litaly partners who work on
1 water treatment
Or 3 pyrolysis and preparation of combustible briquettes
I have the project already prepared. Italian researchers interested in this offer send me to the address,
During the pandemic, many students can not get recruited as planned, many investigators can get enough grants for maintaining the lab, many lost their jobs, and funding agencies are running out the resources. The situation has happened in both academia and industry.
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I have used all of the tips, including fresh thinking, high tolerance, and pandemic partnership as mentioned in the article. One important tip is how to mobilize the available resources to run collaborative projects, publish our works.
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How can more meaningful cross-sector collaborations/partnerships for the Goals (SDGs) be forged? That lead to the co-creation of sustainable value to participating stakeholders.
My particular interest here concerns the use of systems approaches:
Weaver M., Tan H., Crossan K. (2020) Systems and Systemic Approaches for Attaining the SDGs Across Partnerships. In: Leal Filho W., Azul A.M., Brandli L., Lange Salvia A., Wall T. (eds) Partnerships for the Goals. Encyclopedia of the UN Sustainable Development Goals. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-71067-9_92-1
I am from Business Management area and writing a research paper on Networking, Partnership, and Collaborations. Kindly give me suggestions. Also looking for co-author.
Dear colleagues, I am developing a partnership for the Physiotherapy research lab from UNILAVRAS. The main goal is to research, share ideas, publish, and raise good and long partnerships overseas.
If anyone is interested, please contact me through a private message.
I would like to ask you a question concerning meanwhile / temporary uses for vacant buildings (or areas) reactivation and their application in respect to the regulatory framework.
What is important to me, as an architect, is to analyze if and how the project of architecture (with all its implications such as process activation, governance, authorizations, involved subjects etc.) could help to extract a system of rules (such as guidelines) that structurally derives from experimentation and to which conform the regulatory framework.
Moreover, it would be interesting to analyze how these temporary experiences are related to the long-term revitalization projects they are activating.
Bottom-up initiatives / private-public partnerships / institutional or self-managed project are all good example to me. Thank you!
education partnership with an external sector called privatization? Or is the concept of privatization different from partnership?
Note I mean partnership only on the financial side.
We are now crowdsourcing ideas for useful community engagement and partnership tools for both researchers and communtiy stakeholders in health field.
Although there are various tools, toolkits and resources online, we wonder if there are any tools that you find particularly useful in practice? Any recommendations based on your experiences? Tools for all phases of engagement: planning, execution, analysis to dissemination are welcome!
Thank you for your generous sharing of ideas in advance!
UTILIZATION OF PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF HEALTHCARE SERVICES:
The aim of this study is to explore opportunities for the improvement of the quality of healthcare services in Free State Department of Health by means of utilization of public–private partnerships.
Can i request to be assistance of the Objectives ?
I have the elements of a study design but I am not a biostatician. I need help with the study design.
I am interested in partnering with your team to assess impacts on birds of decreased urban noise as a result of COVID-related travel changes. We plan to use bird survey data (e.g. eBird) to assess potential impacts. We would be interested in partner with you for some future research, to relate your assessments of decreased noise to our assessments of changes in bird communities. We would have to discuss this further to evaluate whether our sites and field methods would correspond and allow this partnership. To discuss please email: nicola.koper "at" umanitoba.ca.
An inventor is a person who has made an active and decisive contribution to an essential, innovative and non-obvious element of the invention that led to its development.
If the technology you’ve developed is not tied to any industrial partner and it has commercial potential, it is recommended to establish a partnership.
The commercialization process is a sequence of activities, the goal of which is to transfer the technology to a company. It aims to increase the value of the research results from a social and economic perspective.
Under this process, researchers, whether faculty members, professionals or students, work closely with the research advisor and the commercialization advisor to find a vehicle for the new technology, either by launching a new business or licensing it to an existing one.
Rural development, Urban Development, Rural-urvan partnership, Sustainable development, Federal Nepal.
Hello - I'm looking for a researcher that might need help in STEM based research in the form of secondary school students to assist in research manpower. Interested in any aspect of STEM that we could involve students in active research as part of our wide enrichment program. Particular interest in plastics/environment. I have grant writing skills that might be useful for the right partnership. Does anyone know of a good place to look apart from here?
I a, working with a small organisation, wanting to grow its research department. The organisation has five staff members. I am new and want to grow its research department. Can anyone guide me on how to grow partnership (collaborations) and as well as identifying funding for research?
Your input is much appreciated.
I am posting this question in the backdrop of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), which India chose to opt out of. Are there any trade creation or diversion implications for India? How will it affect bilateral ties between India and the RCEP nations with which India is yet to sign and put in effect a trade deal- such as Australia.
The 17 SDGs within the 2030 UN Agenda are carefully debated at global, European and national level, but in my view the determining element that unites them is given by the 5P.
I am looking for a person who works in traffic, congestion, ITS, managing traffic... For partnership.
I am PhD student at ENSEM school, morocco.
Actully I'm struggling on making suitable model. And also I have a lack on data.
So if you are interesting to joint contact me.
Working at an Adult to Youth Mentoring Program is wonderful but the matching process takes upwards of 6 months to find a solid, long-term match. We receive referrals from the county Child Welfare office with high-risk youth in need of an immediate adult role model and generally for less than 6 months, as these families are often transient. These youth need a partnership with a positive adult role model but cannot wait for 6 months to get this without dire consequences for their lives. I am looking to information or research that can help us to develop an emergency, short term mentor-like program to meet the needs of these youth. No child left behind.
Since our masters and doctorate degrees, the academy has reinforced individual research production. The evaluation indicators are also individual. Many institutions encourage multiple signatures in scientific articles to multiply individual evaluations. But, it is not always possible to search together.
( If you think this question is relevant, please recommend it to broaden its scope)
IASE is a Global Human Empowerment Mission based on Cognitive Science and Art of the Universe, a new prospective society could be established developing new historical ties and human relations between all development partners considering that IASE mission worldwide is to develop creativity spirit among all the community Members for global peace and prosperity.
Internationalization of students is our prospective program
The research is about knowledge & education exchange (KIX). The Proposal is given by Global partnership for education, IDRC & CDRI. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
kindly contact me if you are interested
If you represent such an organisation and would be interested in collaborating with ta ransdisciplinary consortium, kindly contact asap.
Are there any means whereby our corporation can establish partnership with publishing companies in the creation and production of our journal?
Is it possible to achive no poverty from the earth?
Is it possible to look after life below water and life on land at a time?
Do you think, partnership is possible to achive the goal?
And many more inconsistencies can be found after very close observation. Expert's suggestions are cordially expected.
I'm wondering about attachment styles in relationship to inherited wealth. I have not found any literature or studies regarding but if any one knows of existing or developing research please let me know!
Much thanks, Michele
Colombia is going to take the coffee from the New York Stock Exchange. Its intention is the formation of coffee prices based on production costs plus profitability.
Hello collegues,I have an assignment related to development projects and concern partnership between NGO and local CSO, I need guidance on what it should include and the structure. I would appreciate if any of you who have a sample of these type of reports and could share it.
Key to realizing the circular economy is the ability and motiviation of actors along the value chain to collaborate for practical solutions. For example, actors from the waste industry need to deliver secondary raw materials to manufacturers in the necessary quality and quantity. Packaging R&D needs to incorporate the end-of-life (biological cycle or recycling) into packaging design following a design-for-recycling approach. Probably, we need to study network and partnership approaches more intensively to understand successfull CE practices.
could you tell more about this project ? partnership, founding, launching and ending dates, crop(s) of interest,...
thank you in advance for your answer.
Most of the research work done in Nigeria are really isolated. How can we enhance partnership research in Africa, especially Nigeria? As I hope this would help to improve the research results and it's wide acceptability.
A consortium of academics at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa are interested in partnering on the International Research Training Groups (IRTGs). The focus is on regular exchanges of academic staff and doctoral students for the purposes of joint research and training. We are currently looking for a possible partner. Should you know of one, Kindly inbox me.
Emmanuel Ojo, Ph.D.
my name is Antonio and I'm a graduate in health and physical activity (University of Rome Foro Italico).
I and my group are looking for:
- medical doctor (oncologist) as advised, or
- medical center as partner, or
- University as partner, or
- Research center as partner
... of a project called Ne.Mo. which consists in a mobile app (with an integrated AI system) aimed to improve cognitive functioning of breast cancer patients, and contrast the cancer-related cognitive impairment (also known as chemobrain), by using personalized physical exercise program.
Currently, all the main world organizations related to cancer reccomand physical exercise as part of the oncologic therapy. However, in several Countries, like Italy, exists a gap between science and practice. Indeed, at least in Italy, medical doctors know that exercise is a powerful tool to improve the therapeutic effects and the general condition of a cancer patient. But, on one hand, they don't have a exercise science background to prescribe it and, on the other hand, there are very few specialized center in which is possible to find some cancer exercise personal trainer expert.
Our team is composed by 13 master and PhD students in different fields, such as psychology, exercise science, computer engineer, law, economy, medicine, neuroscience, marketing, data analysis, and so on.
We are part of a program called "Dock3 Training" (http://www.dock3.it/dock3training/) which is a business training course organized by the University of Roma Tre. In less than 2 months we have to present our idea to ask some funds to lunch our social startup. However, we want to go beyond this training course because we believe that this app could really help people with cancer and lead them to do physical exercise to improve their quality of life. So, we can create an Italian version of this app and other versions based on your country.
If you are interested in receive more details of our idea, please, contact me by answering to this post, contacting me on RG, or sending me an email (email@example.com // firstname.lastname@example.org)
ps: if you want, you can also leave a comment to help us in developing this idea. We will really appreciate it!
Thank you so much for your attention.
Antonio De Fano,
Ne.Mo. - Neuroscience and Movement
Martin Webber, presents the research of Jonny Lovell, PhD student - International Centre for Mental Health Social Research at the University of York. ... From anecdote to evidence In 2013, anecdotal evidence indicated that sharing personal mental health lived experience by mental health practitioners with service users was controversial, though some practitioners and service users thought it might have many potential benefits. In response, the University of York undertook research in Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LYPFT) and NorthWestern Mental Health (Melbourne, Australia) to investigate whether practitioners and service users perceived sharing personal experience of mental illness as helpful or unhelpful. See the post here: http://martinwebber.net/archives/2014 View image on Twitter
Any ideas or tools on how (and what) to measure NGO-Business partnerships?
Dear RG Fellows,
I was asked about some more issues:
1) What makes an education innovative?
2) What are the key innovations (approaches) in education that should be introduced (towards local business and municipality)?
3) How can you support the process of innovative education?
4) Who are the key partners in the process and how to do this partnership?
Ideas are always welcome!
Currently, I am working on a thesis about Sweden-NATO partnership. My main question is what factors influence the perception of various political forces in the country towards NATO membership? Taking into consideration the fact that the country does not want to change its previous institutional decision, to my mind, Sweden should become a member if it can change its policy, because nowadays is under a threat. Furthermore, I am thinking of using path dependence theory as a reflector of the institutional traditions of this country. For this I need new materials, the speeches of government officials or the proof of changes in Sweden's foreign policy, as well as NATO perception.
I am completing my dissertation on foundation/funder and grantee relationships. I am specifically interested in this when higher ed is the grantee, and am conducting a case study at a community college. I want to explore the traditional grantee relationship vs a partnership, and when these different relationships are warranted. If there are recommendations as to good sources or articles I can look for on this topic that would be most helpful!
Dear all, i would like to known more about the program PRIMA because Algeria has joined this program recently, so any body could tel us more about it??
what is PRIMA program?? Theirs objectives??? Country partnership?? Fields of research?? How Ivan find a partner???
I have seen the website of this program but I didn't find where I can submit our project proposal!!!!!
It has previously been argued that putting up a new state of the art veterinary hospital in a new veterinary school has no return on investment. Rathar new veterinary schools or faculties are entering into partnerships with established state and private veterinary hospitals so that the school or faculties send their students for practical clinical training and save on the cost of building new facilities and running them. What is you take on the 2 models?
It's the program of cross border cooperation between nearborder regions of Romania and Ukraine:
In Romania they are counties: Satu Mare, Maramures, Botosani, Suceava, Tulcea.
Our Faculty of Biology is interesting in cooperation with colleagues from Universities, National parks, other scientific institutions.
I have a project that needs to collect data about the electric conductivity, dissolved oxygen and CO2 levels in water. These sensors need to be electronics, to be connected to an Arduino board. As the tests are so simple and don't need to be so accurate, we are thinking of developing it by ourselves to our tests, once we think of using it for the next six months, and we want to avoid the high costs of these type of sensors. Thus, if there are someone developing this type of sensors, we can can make a partnership to make these tests.
I work as manager of M&E with a program run by an international NGO focusing on community-based watershed conservation and management in Colombia. A constant barrier is the lack of funding to undertake independent, long term impact monitoring. I am seeking to establish partnerships with several universities to overcome this barrier, but I would still need to find some level of funding to cover things like local travel and living costs, researcher stipends, maybe basic materials.
I am from Nosótricos Tik-Tank (www.nosotricos.com), an action tank located in Mexico. We'd love to collaborate with you.
I am an alumni from the MSc. Urban Development Planning, at DPU (UCL), which is coordinated by Caren Levy. Our team is compounded by anthropologist, psycologist, economist, among others.
Let me know if there is any chance to explore some partnerships.
Brussels, 26 October 2017
The European Union and Algeria signed today an international agreement on Algeria's participation in the 'Partnership for Research and Innovation in the Mediterranean Area'
the call for project proposal submission is soon
my profil is at your disposal
And what are the challenges developing countries face (why they cannot follow the models/partnerships seen in advanced countries?)
Is there anything to be learnt from existing literature, such as empirical studies, written case studies or the product of such partnerships?
I am writing a project on Partnership with parents and l am struggling to come up with questions to ask parents. l want to know why the level of parents participation in their children's learning and activities within my setting is dwindling. I also want to ask the practitioners perception of partnership with parents. How do l frame the questions without being subjective.
I am currently working on a similar project at the University of Pretoria, SA titled: Youth and Education in post-conflict societies. Participants are students at the University of Pretoria. I am in the final stage of establishing the Centre for Diversity in Education at the University of Pretoria and would love to draw international partnership of your outstanding calibre, expertise and wisdom to this Centre. Anxiously awaiting a response.
I am currently doing research on standards for research collaboration standards or benchmarks. Some recent initiatives such as the 'Research Fairness Initiative' point to the SDG #17 'Partnership for Development'. This goal seems to be the continuation of the MDG #8.
Can you recommend articles or short histories of how these two goals evolved during the drafting process of the MDG and SDG?
Thanks in advance!
Colleagues and I are exploring the possibility of establishing a developmental network to explore common learning content across trans-national contexts.The project would involve negotiated and partnership curriculum development and shared research outcomes around pedagogical practice. Any advice that colleagues could offer in this area would be very much appreciated.
Most intensive partnership you know about
Conditions for efficiency and prompt answers
Independence of academics versus the eye on efficiency of companies
Communication issues or constraints and intellectual property safeguarding
References of well succeeded projects
I often see publications and articles saying that South-South Cooperation (SSC) is a partnership among equals, or a least that is how it should be.
But I am interested to know if it really is? Does any one have something interesting that questions this or even disproves that SSC is not always a developmental paradigm between equals?
A joint call for research project proposals between Portugal and Algerian scientists / researchers is now available, and invite all local scientists / researchers wishing to participate, to submit their proposals.
The coordination of the program’s activities and its piloting is placed under the responsibility of two focal points: Thematic Agency of Research in Sciences and Technology for the Algerian part and Foundation for Science and Technology for the Portuguese part.
I'm interested to develop a mutual project in the domainof oncology.