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Future human health research directions for the Canadian Northern Contaminants Program

Shawn G. Donaldson, Meredith S. Curren, Bryan Adlard, Jonathan Provost, Tara Leech, Constantine Tikhonov, Mark Feeley, Scott Tomlinson, Russel Shearer
2013 International Journal of Circumpolar Health  
. # 2013 Shawn G. Donaldson et al.  ... 
doi:10.3402/ijch.v72i0.23049 pmid:24282784 pmcid:PMC3838971 fatcat:7hvprgeakreo3lh27gifo5ahu4

In Pursuit of Enhanced Customer Retention Management: Review, Key Issues, and Future Directions

Eva Ascarza, Scott A. Neslin, Oded Netzer, Zachery Anderson, Peter S. Fader, Sunil Gupta, Bruce G. S. Hardie, Aurélie Lemmens, Barak Libai, David Neal, Foster Provost, Rom Schrift
2017 Customer Needs and Solutions  
However, it has been shown to improve prediction of customer acquisition (Provost et al. 2009; Perlich et al. 2014 ) and cross-selling (Martens et al. 2016 ).  ...  Instead, we propose that the best targets are customers who are at the risk of leaving and are likely to change their minds and stay if targeted (Provost and Fawcett 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40547-017-0080-0 fatcat:4sqa6ya45rbizkwxnww45iu6jy

Cohort Profile: The Heinz C. Prechter Longitudinal Study of Bipolar Disorder

Melvin G McInnis, Shervin Assari, Masoud Kamali, Kelly Ryan, Scott A Langenecker, Erika FH Saunders, Kritika Versha, Simon Evans, K Sue O'Shea, Emily Mower Provost, David Marshall, Daniel Forger (+2 others)
2017 International Journal of Epidemiology  
Why was the cohort set up? The Heinz C. Prechter Longitudinal Study of Bipolar Disorder (PrBP), launched in 2005, is an open cohort study at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, USA. The study is specifically designed to identify and characterize the mechanisms underlying bipolar disorder (BP) and to develop methods to predict clinical outcomes of the disorder. The aims of the study are listed in Box 1. Bipolar disorders are a chronic, heterogeneous and complex spectrum of conditions that
more » ... cally are first identified in late adolescence and consist of pathological mood swings that include varying intensities of mania and depression. 1 A comprehensive description of the phenotype should include characterization of the longitudinal course of the disease, such as onset, symptom severity patterns, cognitive functioning and comorbidities. Outcomes include impaired social, vocational and personal functioning that often results in disability. Suicide and suicidal behaviours are common in BP and 4% of individuals with BP attempt suicide annually; 2 individuals with BP die by suicide at a 15-fold greater rate than that of the general population. 3 There is no established aetiology of BP. Ongoing and future studies in this cohort target mechanisms related to aetiology of this illness. High heritability has been observed for the past century, 4 and an overlapping risk is observed with other mood disorders. 5,6 The search for BP susceptibility genes has identified approximately 12 genetic loci, 7 each with an odds ratio (OR) for the risk allele in the range of 1.1-1.5, suggesting the contribution of many genes each with small effects. There is evidence at the epigenetic 8 and interpersonal 9 levels for the interactive influence of genes and environment in the manifestation of BP. The causal and modifying elements are numerous and therefore require a pluralistic approach to studying causality in BP (like many human diseases) (Figure 1 ). The origins of causal pluralism approaches in psychiatry began with Adolf Meyer 10 who viewed each person as an individual experiment of nature. Acknowledging Meyer's
doi:10.1093/ije/dyx229 pmid:29211851 pmcid:PMC5837550 fatcat:4pdtv663n5e6vjigu2z2ypk5bi

Page 833 of The American Journal of International Law Vol. 42, Issue 4 [page]

1948 The American Journal of International Law  
During the Mexican War a military commission, so called, was appointed by General Scott by G.  ...  On the day after the attack on Pearl Harbor G. O.  ... 

Page 7 of The Veterinary Journal Vol. 5, Issue [page]

1902 The Veterinary Journal  
Scott will do more harm yet unless the Lord Provost finds some means of muzzling him.  ...  We are glad to see that the genial and sagacious Lord Provost of Glasgow ruled Mr. Scott out of order, but the discussion was only deferred, and we fear Mr.  ... 

Marsh-Blasting as a Wildlife Management Technique

Maurice W. Provost
1948 Journal of Wildlife Management  
G. Scott. lowa Agricultural Experiment Station. Journal Paper No. J1545. Fish and Wildlife Service (U. S.  ...  This has been called the interspersion factor (Low, Scott and Dever, 1941).  ... 
doi:10.2307/3795926 fatcat:7sptdunl2vdnrh2x6csjxc3oem

Page 700 of JAMA Internal Medicine Vol. 53, Issue 5 [page]

1934 JAMA Internal Medicine  
Krumweide, C.; Provost, D. J., and Cooper, G. M.: Studies on the Para- typhoid-Enteritides Group: Enteric Infection (“Food Poisoning”) Due to Tapioca Pudding Contaminated with B. Cholerae Suis (B.  ...  Scott, W. M.: The “Thompson” Type of Salmonella, J. Hyg. 25:398 (Nov. 26) 1926. 11. Stewart, H.  ... 

Page 1057 of JAMA Pediatrics Vol. 46, Issue 4 [page]

1933 JAMA Pediatrics  
Krumwiede, C.; Provost, D. J., and Cooper, G. M.: Studies on the Para- typhoid-Enteriditis Group: VII. Enteric Infection (“Food Poisoning”) Due to Tapioca Pudding Contaminated with B.  ...  “The more recent accounts by Mackenzie,'' Krumwiede, Provost and Cooper,’?  ... 

Page 350 of The Journal of Wildlife Management Vol. 12, Issue 4 [page]

1948 The Journal of Wildlife Management  
G. Scott. lowa Agricultural Experiment Station. Journal Paper No. J1545. Fish and Wildlife Service (U. S.  ...  This has been called the interspersion factor (Low, Scott and Dever, 1941).  ... 

Page 375 of United States Service Magazine Vol. 5, Issue 4 [page]

1866 United States Service Magazine  
G. Sawtelle, Chief Quartermaster. Captain A. J. McGonnigle, Assistant Quartermaster. Brevet Brigadier-General Amos Beckwith, Chief Commissary of Subsistence.  ...  Scott, Assistant Adjutant-General. Major David C. Wager, Acting Inspector-General. Colonel E. B. Babbitt, Supervising Quartermaster. Brevet-Colonel Robert Murray, Surgeon U.S. A. Medical Purveyor.  ... 

Page 110 of The Lancet Vol. 183, Issue 4637 [page]

1912 The Lancet  
Scott. The following are the new Academicians: Dr. G. A. Berry, Professor David Drummond, Professor Auguste Charles Francois d’Eternod (Geneva), Professor Knud Faber (Copenhagen), Dr.  ...  In the evening the guests were entertained to dinner in hall by the Provost and Senior Fellows, The Provost presided and the Lord Lieutenant was present. The toasts of ‘‘ The King”  ... 

Page 97 of Notes and Queries Vol. 185, Issue 4 [page]

1943 Notes and Queries  
The Provost of that day, Macintosh by name, was a very good-natured man, 2 ‘Scott Letter-Books,’ volume xxi, quoted by pee of the late Sir Hugh Walpole.  ...  G. Jervis, July 10, 1818. See ‘“‘ A Hampshire Ghost Story,” Gentleman’s Magazine, ccxxxiii (1872), 547-57, 666-78.  ... 

Page 458 of Notes and Queries Vol. 27, Issue 5 [page]

1980 Notes and Queries  
Yet Notes and Index is a major contribution to our knowledge of Sir Walter Scott, and it will become an indispensable work of re- ference.  ...  G. A. M. Woop JOHN GALT. SELECTED SHORT STORIES, edited by lan A. Gordon. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1978; pp. ix, 213; £4.50. THE reputation of John Galt has risen steadily in recent years.  ... 

Page 319 of Antiquary, a Magazine Devoted to the Study of the Past Vol. 36, Issue [page]

1900 Antiquary, a Magazine Devoted to the Study of the Past  
Johnson, “ Bozzy,” Sir Walter Scott, Robert Burns, and many others. The frontispiece is an excellent portrait of Lord  ...  Integrity of THE NEW CHAPEL, RUGBY SCHOOL, ings” (¢.g., swimming-bath, gymnasium, labora- tories, etc.) are omitted, and which gives strangely incorrect proportions to the different boarding- houses.  ... 

Page 507 of The Veterinary Record Vol. 34, Issue 28 [page]

1922 The Veterinary Record  
—Silver medal, G. B. medal, W. Scott Gray. Chemistry.—Silver medal, G. B. Brook ; bronze medal, W. Scott Gray. Senior Anatomy.—Principal’s medal, J. R. M. Innes ; silver medal, J. R. M.  ...  G. Beaton ; bronze medals, P. F. Montgomerie, J. L. Stewart. . Hygiene.—Silver medal, J. L. Stewart; bronze medals, R. F. Montgomerie, G. Wilson. Surgery.—Silver medal, D. Dunbar ; bronze medal, G.  ... 
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