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What's in a name? [chapter]

Christine Holmberg, Christine Holmberg
2018 Illness Narratives in Practice: Potentials and Challenges of Using Narratives in Health-related Contexts  
There is a push in healthcare delivery for patients to base their treatment decisions on 'evidence' rather than 'anecdotes', a term used for individual experiences, and that devalues their epistemological  ...  Healthcare decision making is about finding a plot.  ...  Fig. 1 :Fig. 2 :Fig. 3 : 123 The so-called greenstick fracture derives its name from the semblance this fracture in children has to the break that occurs in a green stick with one side bending and the  ... 
doi:10.1093/med/9780198806660.003.0019 fatcat:fwimicyi7falljmymppdh6brjq

What's in a name?

FlyBase Consortium
1996 Nature Biotechnology  
What's in a name?  ...  There are many ways within the context of a wellorganized database to represent the function or structure of a gene product without these data being reflected in a gene's name or symbol.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nbt1196-1521a fatcat:ak47bjinx5b3ti2pyqtmpudlri

WHAT'S IN A NAME ?

1894 The Lancet  
Holman of raising the existing pensions of all in turn from E21 to 30, giving precedence to the seniors, is the kindest and most practical method of assisting the pensioners. WHAT'S IN A NAME ?  ...  So long as the name does not hamper progress perhaps little harm is done, although there is some inconvenience in having to bear in mind that, though the name promises the p3ssession of certain physiological  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(01)94100-5 fatcat:aqbcevoqwjdtlaiysnuzdbso7u

What's in a Name!

1858 Cosmopolitan Art Journal  
"What's in a name ?" like great Shakespeare he said "When once I am safe to this rich heiress wed She'll forgive the deceit from the motive which led."  ...  a man by the name,The terrible name of Wiggins!  ... 
fatcat:qypw5ftm4fcmjbekssvhazh5vq

What's in a Name?

Paul Murrell
2012 The R Journal  
Any shape that is drawn using the grid graphics package can have a name associated with it. If a name is provided, it is possible to access, query, and modify the shape after it has been drawn.  ...  In addition to the code developer deciding on a naming scheme, the code user also faces the problem of how to "discover" the names of the components of a plot.  ...  It may also be possible to provide a function interface to assist in constructing the names of grobs (for example, the trellis.grobname() function in lattice).  ... 
doi:10.32614/rj-2012-016 fatcat:kdijsxgp25fehpabmv5u65xxga

What's in a name?

J. Welch
1991 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
What's in a name? SIR,-Minerva's belief that doctors who marry should adopt different names for their professional (Dr A) and home (Mrs B) personas has flaws.' It is complicated to have two names.  ...  discouragement for women embarking on a career in hospital medicine must be the difficulties in combining this with bringing up a family.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.302.6789.1406-a fatcat:sofmbyu56rflzgjxqx4yw57uti

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

1961 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
WHAT'S IN A NAME? The name of the American Medical Association's Council on Industrial Health was changed a few months ago to Council on Occupational Health.  ...  as a Company of Barbers and the Guild of Surgeons. 1.  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1961.03040040053014 fatcat:hwr2kzuf5jcepllpxv42634iqy

What's in a name?

1972 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
J., British Medical Y7urnal, 1963 , 1, 1644 What's in a Name?  ...  The other changes are more profound as they necessitate a change in numerical value.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.3.5819.128 fatcat:eel5cgfbufdcbfbnhwb4xfbroe

What's in a name?

T. White, C. W Oliver
1998 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
In recent years, clinicians at the coalface have suffered a succession of Big Ideasachieving a balance, continuing medical education, Calmanisation-based on unimpeachable principles.  ...  Clinical governance emerges as a mixture of the blindingly obvious (people should lead well and work well in teams) and the unproved (clinical audit).  ...  I am standing on the sea shore, a ship sails in the morning breeze and starts for the ocean.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.317.7174.1731c pmid:9857156 pmcid:PMC1114510 fatcat:5mrmucss3rhkxbfipgmcde4xgi

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

Harry F. Dowling
1960 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
Jung, M.D. «. « «© «© «© © © « « Charles Chapman WHAT'S IN A NAME? “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other name would smell as sweet.”  ...  Furthermore, if the drug is new and therefore has not as yet been placed in an official compendium nor possesses a commonly used name, a name that designates its chemical structure may be used in- stead  ... 
doi:10.1001/jama.1960.03020320060017 fatcat:neoacjtocbdenosnf3gwfckjqq

What's in a name?

J. A. Boodhoo
1992 Psychiatric bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists  
, Birmingham B13 8QD What 's in a name?  ...  I wonder if the term 'Consultant Psychiatrist in Psychotherapy', which has a tidy parallel with 'Consultant Psychiatrist with Special Responsibility in Psychotherapy', would be a better one with which  ...  A barrister friend advised me to write to the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Lane, which I did in November 1989.  ... 
doi:10.1192/pb.16.2.108-b fatcat:esh5aweqvbfmjl4ju2lomqygmm

WHAT'S IN A NAME?

LUCIANO DA FONTOURA COSTA
2004 International Journal of Modern Physics C  
The present work reports a preliminary experimental investigation aimed at characterizing and modeling the flow of sequentially induced associations between words from the English language in terms of  ...  The data is produced through a psychophysical experiment where a word is presented to the subject, who is requested to associate another word.  ...  In order to guarantee the words to be presented in a uniform fashion, in the sense that each word is presented about as many times as the others, a density probability function p(w) describing the number  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0129183104005772 fatcat:skmskpz3hndi3hoabcjyfexgna

What's in a name?

David Adam
2001 Nature  
What's in a name? In the melting pot of modern science, chemistry's cutting edge is being rebranded as biology or nanotechnology.  ...  What's probably required there is a younger generation of spokespersons and writers who have news feature perhaps a better grasp of what is happening in the highly evolving aspects of chemistry."  ... 
doi:10.1038/35078228 pmid:11373640 fatcat:v4iubrl4azbgjkuy2eoksfcfva

What's in a name?

Neil Murray, Jonathan Crichton
2010 Australian Review of Applied Linguistics  
Our findings, based an analysis of data collected via a survey of university websites, suggest that while the rhetoric around course offerings may suggest a wider view of the discipline, the content of  ...  in provision.  ...  emphasis on language teaching is also evident in the streams available within their Masters programs: namely, Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL), Language Testing and Language Program  ... 
doi:10.1075/aral.33.2.02mur fatcat:xqlorrxeava5bbtkr6iewdoffy

What's in a Name?

Edwin A. Locke
1961 American Psychologist  
CATHERINE LANDRETH University of California, Berkeley What’s in a Name?  ...  The “number of letters in last name” was chosen as the criterion solely on this basis, leaving a total of 102 predictor items.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0038952 fatcat:r2mn6ex5ijcw7pw27szjee36mm
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