Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment publishes research papers, reviews and technical notes on stochastic and probabilistic approaches to environmental sciences and engineering, including interactions of earth and atmospheric environments with people and ecosystems.
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Geriatric dentistry: caring for our aging population / edited by Paula K. Friedman.
D 617.6561 G3 F
Geriatric Dentistry: Caring for Our Aging Population provides general practitioners, dental students, and auxiliary members of the dental team with a comprehensive, practical guide to oral healthcare for the aging population. Beginning with fundamental chapters on the psychological, environmental, and social aspects of aging, the book approaches patient care from a holistic point of view. Subsequent chapters show the importance of this information in a practical context by discussing how it affects office environment, decision -making and treatment planning, and the management and treatment of common geriatric oral conditions. Case studies and study questions are used to illustrate application of educational presentations to practice settings. Contributed by leaders in the field, Geriatric Dentistry will strengthen readers’ understanding and clinical acumen in addressing this special population.
Clinical and laboratory manual of dental implant abutments / edited by Hamid R. Shafie.
D 617.674 C64 S
Dr. Shafie follows the same easy-to-read, easy-to-understand format as his best-selling textbook Clinical and Laboratory Manual of Implant Overdentures. Starting with the material science behind implant abutments, the text then describes all of the relevant abutment solutions, providing a step-by-step guide to design and manufacturing of the CAD/CAM abutments and explaining how to adjust prefabricated abutments and one-piece titanium and zirconia implants. In addition to offering the ultimate procedural guide for clinical and laboratory preparation of dental implant abutments, this textbook is filled with useful tips on clinical practice management such as sterilization, instrumentation and trouble-shooting related to implant abutments.
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International Journal of Disaster Risk Science (IJDRS) is an interdisciplinary English language journal that publishes research articles addressing theoretical and methodological issues in disaster science, emergency response technology, disaster risk management, and large-scale disaster risk governance.
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As per the new arrangement between the publishers of South China Morning Post and WiseNews, SCMP will be withdrawn from WiseNews effective from 1st January 2015. Users can access the historic archive (from 1903 onward up to 10 years ago ) via ProQuest’s historical newspapers, and the current 10 years up to today via SCMP.com.
Gender Equality Data and Statistics
This data portal is a virtual goldmine of worldwide statistics on gender, based on data sets gathered by the United Nations and the World Bank. Built as a tool for the assessment of World Bank funding of “gender-informed activities,” the information gathered here is useful for researchers of all kinds, as well as anyone curious about how global resources are being allocated by gender. To start, click the Visualize Gender Equality map on the homepage, which visually displays the shifting landscape of labor force participation between 1990 and 2012. The Data Visualization App is home to other related visual aids. Readers can peruse statistics and articles by region (e.g. East Asia & Pacific, Europe & Central Asia, etc.) and by country. Other resources include Thematic Data, Microdata for Researchers, and World Bank Lending Data.
Comparative Mammalian Brain Collections
The University of Wisconsin, the University of Michigan, and the National Museum of Health and Medicine have come together to assemble one of the world’s largest collections of well-preserved mammalian brains. Now readers can access photographs of the brains of over 100 different species and view stained sections of a variety of brains, including those of humans, sea lions, and otters. Readers can scout the site by the List of Specimens, which is organized both by common name and scientific name or read selections about Brain Sections, Brain Evolution, and Brain Development, among other topics. This site will be of interest to biology teachers or anyone with an interest in the fascinating world of mammalian brains.
[Source: Scout Report, Volume 20, Number 46, November 28, 2014]
16 – 30 November 2014
1. 舌頭藏菌易口臭 [新報] 2014-11-30 Q21 唔醫唔知 See Health
2. 孩童護齒解難 勿助長牙患 [星島日報] 2014-11-25 E08 健康港 Kk
3. 9種方法徹底除口臭 [成報] 2014-11-24 C11 生活解碼 保健養生
4. 鎮靜劑 [信報財經新聞] 2014-11-20 C04 健康生活 有齒人生 羅若望
5. 日媒介紹牙齒美白小妙招 [成報] 2014-11-18 C11 生活解碼 保健養生
6. 寶寶不愛刷牙怎麼辦 [成報] 2014-11-16 D07 生活解碼 育兒頻道
Free Access to Highly Cited Sexuality and Sexual Health Research
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Health Care for Women International Presents Triple Issue on “Women & Health in Africa”
With the assistance of Chimaraoke O. Izugbara from the African Population and Health Research Center in Nairobi, Kenya, HCWI Editor, Eleanor Krassn Covan has published a Special Triple.
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The objective of the Journal of Extreme Events is to provide a forum for analysis of the occurrence, impact, and significance of extreme events on natural and human systems. The Journal provides a range of opportunities for manuscripts including original research papers, review assessments, and science-policy statements. Journal content focuses on extreme weather and climate events and their connections with natural and human system processes.
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Free Access to Social Work Articles for Practitioners
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Highly Cited Social Work Research
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Routledge Highlights Award Winning Social Work Journal Articles
Free Access is available to “Best Articles” from top social work journals including: Journal of Social Work Education; Social Work Education: The International Journal; Journal of Teaching in Social Work; Journal of Community Practice; China Journal of Social Work; Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work – and more.
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Listen to Audio Clips from a Special Issue on Strengths-based Practice in Child Welfare
The authors of a selection of the articles from a special issue of Child Care in Practice on Strengths-based Practice in Child Welfare have recorded audio clips introducing their research.
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