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Universal tetanus, diphtheria, acellular pertussis (Tdap) vaccination of adults: What Canadian health care providers know and need to know

D MacDougall, BA Halperin, D MacKinnon-Cameron, L Li, SA McNeil, JM Langley, SA Halperin
2015 Human Vaccines & Immunotherapeutics  
Focus group data supported the survey results and indicated that there are substantial gaps in knowledge of pertussis and Tdap among Canadian HCPs.  ...  Respondents who were aware of the recommendations were more likely to think that Tdap is safe and effective, that their patients are at significant risk of getting pertussis, and to feel that they have  ...  Funding This study was funded by unrestricted research grants from GlaxoSmithKline Biologicals and Sanofi Pasteur Ltd. The funders played no role in the collection or analysis of the data.  ... 
doi:10.1080/21645515.2015.1046662 pmid:26090861 pmcid:PMC4635841 fatcat:gjruzmo7jzgkbjyacxnaloytkq

Information Technology and Systems - I Systems Analysis and Design: Should We Be Researching What We Teach?

Akhilesh Bajaj, Dinesh Batra, Jeffrey Parsons, Keng Siau
2005 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
However, that valuable connection is lost when professors are not researching what they teach.  ...  We characterize the gap between teaching and research in SA&D, offer possible explanations for this gap, suggest avenues to better understand and enhance SA&D research via the design science paradigm,  ...  Systems Analysis and Design: Should We Be Researching What We Teach? by A. Bajaj, D. Batra, A. Hevner, J. Parsons, and K. Siau We include topics related to database design.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01527 fatcat:vitbq57onvacpevxvcdggofawy

Language teaching

2006 Language Teaching  
Journal of Second Language Writing 8 (1999), 1-10; The 'Grammar correction' debate in L2 writing: Where are we, and where do we go from here? (and what do we do in the meantime . . .?).  ...  And since we have both recently been developing online materials, a further question to ourselves has been, 'What are the applications of MI theory to online training and teaching?'  ...  After comparing the frequency and distribution of these forms in two databases, I illustrate how general extenders are used in both languages to mark assumptions of being similar, informative, accurate  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806213314 fatcat:c4kb7cauizfp7p6iankc7xuqbq

Supporting inconsistent rules in database systems

Yannis E. Ioannidis, Timos K. Sellis
1992 Journal of Intelligent Information Systems  
We discuss how conflict resolution criteria can be specified at the schema or the rule-module level.  ...  With several new criteria being introduced, the semantics of several applications are captured more accurately than in the past.  ...  We say that {r~} is inconsistent, if there exists a database D such that for some fact a, one can derive both a and not (a) from D and {rl}.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf00962920 fatcat:obvgpasvxbb7zbctln2muxgszi

Self-Organization of Associative Database and Its Applications

Hisashi Suzuki, Suguru Arimoto
1987 Neural Information Processing Systems  
In the latter half part, an applicability to handwritten letter recognition and that to an autonomous mobile robot system are demonstrated.  ...  An efficient method of self-organizing associative databases is proposed together with applications to robot eyesight systems. The proposed databases can associate any input with some output.  ...  The second subject in constructing associative databases is what addressing rule we should employ to economize the computation time.  ... 
dblp:conf/nips/SuzujiA87 fatcat:oa5trosdkfbfnb3blf4tn5wqii

A Pattern Mining Method for Teaching Practices

Bernhard Standl, Nadine Schlomske-Bodenstein
2021 Future Internet  
Since priorities for content, methods, and tools are different in each subject, we show an approach to develop a domain-independent graph database to collect digital teaching practices from a taxonomic  ...  Patterns capture proven teaching strategies and describe teaching scenarios in a unified structure that can be reused.  ...  As a consequence, in future research data should be implemented as well in order to gain more insights.  ... 
doi:10.3390/fi13050106 fatcat:xtdh7u6jenhavpfbzqqpiqs6eq

Language teaching

2006 Language Teaching  
These eight questions address whether grammar should be taught and if so what grammar, when and how.  ...  exploring through different avenues, such as by trying the opposite of what we normally do. There are a variety of ways to explore our teaching.  ...  Modal verbs are known to be a difficult area in both teaching and translation. In translation modals seem to pose certain problems due to their notoriety and ambiguity.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444806213703 fatcat:o3qufdndpzasjkiulhzulwuq5i

BERT Learns (and Teaches) Chemistry [article]

Josh Payne, Mario Srouji, Dian Ang Yap, Vineet Kosaraju
2020 arXiv   pre-print
We then apply the representations of functional groups and atoms learned by the model to tackle problems of toxicity, solubility, drug-likeness, and synthesis accessibility on smaller datasets using the  ...  Finally, we propose the use of attention visualization as a helpful tool for chemistry practitioners and students to quickly identify important substructures in various chemical properties.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank Vineet Kosaraju, Michele Catasta, Keiran Thompson, Lillian Zhu, Gaby Li, and Amelia Woodward for their deeply helpful consultation with the project.  ... 
arXiv:2007.16012v1 fatcat:tl3kh25xgffqzas6j72l3h37ua

Exploring the Need for Using Digital Repositories to Enhance Teaching and Learning in Omani Schools: Teachers' Perceptions

Walid Aboraya
2022 International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research  
Teachers believe that DRs are needed to support themselves and students' learning and to enhance the curriculum.  ...  The research methods addressed three aspects: (1) the need for using DRs to support teachers, (2) to support students' learning, and (3) to enhance curriculum.  ...  Acknowledgements The research leading to these results has received funding from the Research Council (TRC) of the Sultanate of Oman under the Block Funding Program.  ... 
doi:10.26803/ijlter.21.5.1 fatcat:g4yawmb6lzb33em4aljzf3cvjy

Language teaching

2000 Language Teaching  
routines and 'time-outs' should be included in the material.  ...  It is claimed that this helps teachers to decide both what aspects of a particular piece of language to teach and in what order to teach them.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s026144480001569x fatcat:xxy4lds2szfmtjyzmmwfp7pi3m

Designing Research on Teaching Styles

Neil L. Baumgart
1977 Educational studies (Dorchester-on-Thames)  
In that case it is difficult to teach why we do what we do, and for students even more difficult to understand why we do what we do.  ...  Qualitative aspects are about what the building should look or what it should represent.  ... 
doi:10.1080/0305569770030203 fatcat:qbzpchts6rfhlbgxjr6wnxp2wa

Remarks on 40+ Years of Mechanical Engineering Teaching

Paulo De Castro
2021 Journal on Teaching Engineering  
Nevertheless, attention dedicated to scientific and technical research grew steadily in the past decades; and 2020 started with the country displaying good prospects as regards financial stability and  ...  Research was certainly not a priority! In 1986 Portugal joined the European Communities, and in 1999 was one of the initial member countries adopting the Euro.  ...  What should be the student outcomes?  ... 
doi:10.24840/2795-4005_001.001_0002 fatcat:h6nut3trgvhqnnd3u2vbru22hm

Building a database for curriculum mapping and analytics

Yew-Beng Kang, Vishna Devi D. Nadarajah
2019 MedEdPublish  
be obtained from such a database and the lessons learnt.  ...  This results in the curricula information being transparent for all stakeholders, ensuring curriculum mapping and blueprinting of assessments are readily available.  ...  The authors would like to thank the Asia Pacific Medical Education Network for feedback during the 5th Niigita Meeting on this project and Ray Peterson for valueable discussions.  ... 
doi:10.15694/mep.2019.000038.1 fatcat:7wcullxiojes7lk5p7oluhomsq

Relational database design using an ER approach and Prolog [chapter]

Manuel Kolp, Esteban Zimányi
1995 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This work is part of the EROOS (Evaluation and Research on Object-Oriented Strategies) project, principally based at the Universities of Louvain and Brussels.  ...  In the context of CASE tool development for relational database design, this paper develops a methodology that maps an enhanced Entity-Relationship (ER) schema into a relational schema and normalizes the  ...  Since both INDs Teaches[Course#, Emp#] ⊆ Attends[Course#, Emp#] and Attends[Course#, Emp#] ⊆ Teaches[Course#, Emp#] hold, then relation Teaches is redundant and should be removed.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-60584-3_34 fatcat:nohlhxmoirealfpgcvkotqca3i

Language teaching

2005 Language Teaching  
The grammar correction debate in L2 writing: where are we, and where do we go from here? (and what do we do in the meantime . . . ?).  ...  Traditional teaching tools are still beneficial and hence, should not be uncritically replaced by digital media.  ...  interpretation should be followed first.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0261444805212399 fatcat:htszzrwiubez3eo55fgydscbcy
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