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Waiting for the R train: Public transportation and employment

Justin Tyndall
2016 Urban Studies  
to test for the effect of public transportation on employment outcomes.  ...  Previous research has yielded mixed results regarding whether household location is an important factor in determining employment status.  ...  Locational choice is instead the result of a complex decision function of which one element is employment.  ... 
doi:10.1177/0042098015594079 fatcat:rrfe7drc5nhohhzuc7fjp4gplm

Exercise training in pulmonary hypertension: improving performance but waiting for outcome

Nazzareno Galie, Alessandra Manes, Massimiliano Palazzini
2015 European Heart Journal  
This editorial refers to 'Exercise training improves peak oxygen consumption and haemodynamics in patients with severe pulmonary arterial hypertension and inoperable chronic thrombo-embolic pulmonary hypertension  ...  The exercise training started with an in-hospital 3-week programme and was continued at home with at least 15 min/day for 5 days a week for the following 12 weeks.  ...  The additional or synergistic effects of training and pharmacotherapy may be related to their different influences on the complex mechanisms leading to exercise impairment ( Figure 1 ): approved drugs  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurheartj/ehv440 pmid:26319935 fatcat:mv4ci3gxtja6nhi6lxig6xk7zm

Waiting for radiotherapy

D Dodwell, A Crellin
2006 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Demand for radiotherapy has increased because of the rising incidence of cancer, more indications for treatment, greater access to treatment resulting from improved multidisciplinary care, and recognition  ...  Evidence of better clinical outcomes with heavy particle treatment for small but critical patient groups adds to the complexity of designing a national strategy.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.332.7533.107 pmid:16410589 pmcid:PMC1326942 fatcat:6vs446cvhbdh5nijqfxhb5qqke

Waiting for Data Journalism

Juliette De Maeyer, Manon Libert, David Domingo, François Heinderyckx, Florence Le Cam
2014 Digital Journalism  
on activities that do not directly result in quick, effective output, and a need for trained manpower to keep up with the pace of innovation.  ...  Data journalism remains, for some, a way to make news more "sexy" (J8, M6, MJ2), to prefer forms of visualization that impress, intrigue or entertain by their design, and so help explain complex stories  ... 
doi:10.1080/21670811.2014.976415 fatcat:7ispf5swnjf2zjhlkrbec345be

Wait for More Data

Morton J. Mendelson
1983 Contemporary Psychology  
Statistics for consumers Phillips's short book, Statistical Think- ing, is written to train consumers rather than practitioners of social science re- search.  ...  It would be suitable for the sta- tistical portion of a one-semester course designed to train students to comprehend and, it is hoped, to evaluate research re- ports.  ... 
doi:10.1037/022179 fatcat:7tq3blaglza4tduw4gwhin5ryy

Waiting for learning

Zeina Atrash Leong
2012 Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on Interaction Design and Children - IDC '12  
We describe the research and design of educational media for children in doctor's office waiting areas.  ...  We also describe the design of an augmented reality tablet application that we placed in the waiting area for user testing.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Simone Ispa-Landa, Thrasos Pappas, Edd Taylor and Wesley Leong for their feedback, advice, and support as we develop this research.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2307096.2307167 dblp:conf/acmidc/Leong12 fatcat:7i5bjyfapbdevofd3jrv6scpj4

Waiting for plastic surgery

P J Mahaffey
1993 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Long waiting lists for plastic surgery reflect the grossly inadequate number of trained plastic surgeons in Britain.  ...  Waiting for plasdc surgery EDrTOR,-I disagree with the unsubstantiated opinion of John Appleby that people waiting a long time for plastic surgery operations are "likely to be in less urgent need of admission  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.306.6883.1000-b pmid:8490449 pmcid:PMC1677430 fatcat:jimugcz33ngsvf4hhg63bpbwz4

Waiting for plastic surgery

D S Murray
1993 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Long waiting lists for plastic surgery reflect the grossly inadequate number of trained plastic surgeons in Britain.  ...  Waiting for plasdc surgery EDrTOR,-I disagree with the unsubstantiated opinion of John Appleby that people waiting a long time for plastic surgery operations are "likely to be in less urgent need of admission  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.306.6883.1000-c pmid:8490450 pmcid:PMC1677471 fatcat:gyrvmfcdgzg63bby3eyxyjaeem

Waiting for the Flowers

George Argent
2018 Sibbaldia  
For over 300 years living plants have been brought to the Garden, grown to maturity and described.  ...  Even before the publication of Linnaeus's Species Plantarum it was important to establish the correct identity of medicinal plants for use by the doctors of the day.  ...  This resulted in new species being described and in some of the Malaysian staff coming to Edinburgh for training in the growing and managing of ex situ collections.  ... 
doi:10.24823/sibbaldia.2018.253 fatcat:xgp7m6ftfvdorb34vvtnjuzkuq

Learning to wait and be altruistic: Testing a conversational training in economic education for primary school children

Elisabetta Lombardi, Annalisa Valle, Teresa Rinaldi, Davide Massaro, Antonella Marchetti
2021 Europe's Journal of Psychology  
Results revealed that children in the training group showed significant improvement at the post-test in altruistic and investment behaviour, showing the training efficacy, suggesting that similar programs  ...  However, while there are financial-education programs for children and young people focusing on financial products, few studies have examined training for the psychological abilities underlying economic  ...  Acknowledgments: We are grateful to Panini and Pizzardi Editore for gifting us some trading cards. A special thanks to children, parents and teachers for their collaboration.  ... 
doi:10.5964/ejop.2453 pmid:35136449 pmcid:PMC8768466 fatcat:l3yidfntjngang4tqa3sdldyvy

Why Wait for Posterity?

Iris Barry
1946 Hollywood Quarterly  
To make it possible for outstanding films of the past to be seen and studied they have permitted, under necessarily severe restrictions and for strictly noncommercial purposes, an educational institution  ...  It would probably be absurd to expect it to do so, for several reasons. First, it could not possibly be profitable. Second, the problem of selection might be an embarrassing one.  ...  G l America" and including The Great Train Rob-Museum's collection grew.  ... 
doi:10.2307/1209552 fatcat:4hmtvmxirnhaxkkh4wzkhosgiy

Letter: Waiting for Brodrick

P Gallagher
1974 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Waiting for Brodrick SIR,-Perhaps the major stumbling block to governmental adoption of the Brodrick Report is the undoubted additional work load that it would impose on pathologists.  ...  Tests for IgM antibodies to EB virus were made in 15 consecutive cases of GMV mononucleosis trea-ted at this hospital; the results were negative in all but one case.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.2.5916.442-c pmid:4835308 pmcid:PMC1610433 fatcat:aaoykrgqvrak5d7zn3wirp6j3m

Waiting for Hard Balancing?

Moch Faisal Karim, Tangguh Chairil
2016 European Journal of East Asian Studies  
One of them is the establishment of mechanisms for resolving or managing the conflict in the34 Keir A Lieber and Gerard Alexander, "Waiting for Balancing: Why the World Is Not Pushing Back," International  ...  ARF itself was established as a result of the 26 th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting in 1993.  ... 
doi:10.1163/15700615-01501002 fatcat:wdqdg2dtvrgwtb42iu5va2uoni

Waiting time for urgent appointments

A. Seymour
1987 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
If one session were allowed for administration this would leave only four or five sessions, depending on the total sessional basis, for the rest of the fixed clinical work, teaching, and training.  ...  Waiting time for urgent appointments SIR,-The case history described by Dr Jean Golding (7 February, p 370) is yet another example of the patient for whom a request is mislaid once and who proceeds to  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.294.6572.646-c fatcat:g3xchs3pjzf5vapdizlw7xzmna

Are We Waiting for Godôt…?

BARBARA ROSS
1972 Contemporary Psychology  
Must we hang ourselves, or shall we wait for Godot? Is the message only one of hopelessness? Indeed not.  ...  The result ought to stand for some time as a very important reference book. However the book has some limita- tions and faults, along with its positive value.  ... 
doi:10.1037/0010967 fatcat:bykjtqxubbeozoz4zqkc4gflwm
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