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Living in Two Worlds. How 'Jungian' am I?

As a so-called 'Developmental Jungian' the author of this paper was raised bilingual - speaking both psychoanalytic and Jungian languages. Early on in her training an analysand brought a dream which seemed to capture an inherent tension regarding the analyst's role in the analytic relationship. The paper is a personal exploration of the potentially creative nature of this tension through focussing on the dream and the work with the dreamer.

Paper-based analytical devices prepared with polycaprolactone printing and their application in the activity determination of mulberry extracts.

A new method for preparing paper-based analytical devices (PADs) with the assistance of 3D printing technology was presented. Polycaprolactone was used as the 3D printing material to form hydrophobic barriers. First, polycaprolactone was 3D printed on filter paper. The polycaprolactone-modified paper was then prepared by heating. Experiments on α-glucosidase inhibition activity were carried out in the hydrophilic circles on the modified paper. Color data were read with a smartphone. After comparison of the...

A novel use of Moringa oleifera seed powder in enhancing the primary treatment of paper mill effluent.

In this study, Moringa oleifera (M. oleifera) performance as an eco-friendly coagulant in the enhanced primary treatment of paper mill effluent was investigated. Its performance in terms of turbidity removal and COD abatement was examined. Local M. oleifera seed powder from ADRAR-city, South of Algeria, was used. Conventional jar tests were conducted for enhancing the primary treatment of paper mill effluent from paper factory. For this reason, comparative coagulation tests were performed using aluminum s...

In situ Study on the Diffusion Kinetics of Seal Ink by Microinfrared Spectroscopy.

In document examination, it is of great importance to determine the composition of seal ink with different imprint times, and spectroscopic methods are widely used today. In this research, the diffusion of seal inks from three different brands on the same type of paper is monitored in situ by microinfrared spectroscopy and microinfrared imaging technology. The area of the absorption peak at 1743 cm gradually decreases with increasing diffusion time. The diffusion kinetics of seal ink on paper are also stu...

Response to the letter to the editor: Literature review on Paediatric Deceased Donation Guidelines.

Weiss et al. for their interest in our paper (1) and would like to thank him for the constructive and encouraging and highly relevant response (2) on our paper.In the special article 'Canadian Guidelines for Controlled Pediatric Donation After Circulatory Determination of Death' by Weiss et al (3), This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

A Brief History of Psychological Theory, Research, and Treatment With Adult Male Sex Offenders.

The goal of this paper is to provide a history of psychological theories, research, and treatment of male sex offenders from the onset of modern approaches that emerged in the 1960s up to the present time. The questions addressed in this paper primarily concern the reasons and justifications for the observed changes.

Flexible and Highly Sensitive Resistive Pressure Sensor Based on Carbonized Crepe Paper with Corrugated Structure.

Recently, cellulose paper based materials are emerging for applications in wearable "green" electronics due to their earth-abundance, low cost, light weight, flexibility, and sustainability. Herein, for the first time, we develop an almost all cellulose paper based pressure sensor through a facile, cost-effective, scalable, and environment-friendly approach. The screen-printed interdigital electrodes on the flat printing paper and the carbonized crepe paper (CCP) with a good conductivity are integrated into...

Anticoagulant Therapy in Elderly Patients With Atrial Fibrillation.

Is this paper discuss problems of selection of anticoagulant therapy in elderly patients with atrial fibrillation, use of unreasonably low doses of anticoagulants, their risks and adherence to therapy is discussed in the paper.

Dried Blood Spheroids for Dry-state Room Temperature Stabilization of Microliter Blood Samples.

It is well known that 2D dried blood spots on paper offers a facile sample collection, storage, and transportation of blood. However, large volume requirements, possible analyte instability and difficult sample recovery plague this method, lowering confidence in analyte quantification. For the first time, we demonstrate a new approach using 3D dried blood spheroids for stabilization of small volume blood samples mitigating these effects without cold storage. Blood spheroids form on hydro-phobic paper, preve...

Latest Advances in Transcatheter Cardiac Valvular Treatment.

When the original monograph on valvular prostheses was published in Surgical Technology International, back in 1993, transcatheter technology had not yet been invented. These techniques have been gradually revealed in subsequent issues. When we first considered writing a paper that described both surgical and transcatheter prosthesis, we realized that such a combined paper would be impractically large. Therefore, we decided to split our survey into more than one paper. This paper seeks to address the paucit...

Development and evaluation of a deep knowledge and skills based assignment: Using MRI safety as an example.

Using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) safety as an example, this paper discusses the development of an innovative multiple-step assignment task designed to increase student engagement and learning of important concepts. The paper also summarises student feedback about the assessment as well as thematic analysis of categories thought important to students.

Using systems evaluation theory to improve points of dispensing planning, training, and evaluation.

Recurring throughput problems served as a catalyst to search for a better approach to planning, training, and evaluating points of dispensing (POD) exercises. The paper begins with a discussion of the potential of systems thinking and systems theory to improve exercise planning, training, and evaluation. The paper then illustrates how systems concepts guided a POD design team in improving their planning, training, and evaluation strategy. The paper concludes by suggesting the application of systems thinking...

Does technology really enhance nurse education?

Technology has clearly impacted upon our working lives, and the purpose of this paper is to offer a critical insight into the ubiquitous presence of technology in nurse education. This paper argues that technology enhanced learning is predicated on the promise of potential and purported transformation of teaching and learning. It suggests that there is a lack of critical engagement in the academic field of technology enhanced learning, and adds a critical voice to some of the emerging arguments in this area...

Retracted Long non‑coding RNA MALAT1 interacts with miR‑124 and modulates tongue cancer growth by targeting JAG1.

We wish to retract our research article entitled "Long non‑coding RNA MALAT1 interacts with miR‑124 and modulates tongue cancer growth by targeting JAG1" published in Oncology Reports 37 2087‑2094, 2017. Following the publication of this article, it was drawn to our attention that this paper bore numerous similarites with an article published previously in the journal OncoTargets and Therapy. Although all the data reported in our study were original, we recognize that it was not appropriate that we s...

Efficient and visual monitoring of cerium (III) ions by green-fluorescent carbon dots and paper-based sensing.

An efficient strategy for the synthesis of excitation-independent carbon nanodots has been provided. This functional nano-scale particle has been assembled by using citric acid and urea as raw materials through a microwave irradiation process in the absence of further surface modifications. The achieved nanomaterial demonstrates intensive green emissions and can be dispersible in aqueous environment. In particular, cerium (III) ion is able to quench its fluorescence emission intensity selectively and an "on...

Survey of Markov Chain Monte Carlo Methods in Light Transport Simulation.

Two decades have passed since the introduction of Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) into light transport simulation by Veach and Guibas, and numerous follow-up works have been published since then. However, up until now no survey has attempted to cover majority of these methods. The aim of this paper is therefore to offer a first comprehensive survey of MCMC algorithms for light transport simulation. The methods presented in this paper are categorized by their objectives and properties, while we point out the...

Univariate Outliers: A Conceptual Overview for the Nurse Researcher.

The presence of statistical outliers is a shared concern in research. If ignored or improperly handled, outliers have the potential to distort the estimate of the parameter of interest and thus compromise the generalizability of research findings. A variety of statistical techniques are available to assist researchers with the identification and management of outlier cases. The purpose of this paper is to provide a conceptual overview of univariate outliers with special focus on common techniques used to de...

Effectiveness of tax credits for health insurance premium: Evidence from the health insurance tax credit.

With the push to repeal the Affordable Care Act, there is renewed interest in using tax credits to increase health insurance coverage. Another tax credit-driven policy, the Health Insurance Tax Credit (HITC), was implemented during 1991-1993. To date, only one paper has analyzed the effectiveness of the HITC on coverage rates. In this paper, I reexamine the effectiveness of the HITC by using the Survey of Income Program Participation and provide the first estimates of its effects on utilization and self-rep...

'Primum non nocere' (first do no harm). Intrapartum glycaemic control and neonatal hypoglycaemia.

We read with interest the excellent paper by Yamamoto et al. [1] and the accompanying insightful editorial by Holt [2] The paper by Yamamato et al. is the first rigorous systematic review assessing the impact of intrapartum glycaemic control on neonatal hypoglycaemia in pregnancies complicated by diabetes. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

rehabilitation engineers, technologists, and technicians: vital members of the assistive technology team.

The purpose of this white paper is to describe the rehabilitation engineering professions, specifically rehabilitation engineers, rehabilitation technologists/assistive technologists, and rehabilitation technicians. An ad-hoc committee was convened by the Rehabilitation Engineering and Technologists (RE&T) Professional Standards Group (PSG) at the 2013 annual meeting, RESNA Conference in Seattle, Washington. The ad-hoc committee consists of rehabilitation engineering professionals who have experience workin...

Posterior cranial fossa and spinal local infections.

The aim of this paper is to review the current knowledge on the management of local infections in posterior cranial fossa (PCF) and spinal surgery; the center of our paper will be the diagnosis and management of infections of the wound, the subcutaneous tissue, and muscle strata.

Experimental measurement of parameters governing flow rates and partial saturation in paper-based microfluidic devices.

Paper-based microfluidic devices are rapidly becoming popular as a platform for developing point-of-care medical diagnostic tests. However, the design of these devices largely relies on trial and error, owing to a lack of proper understanding of fluid flow through porous membranes. Any porous material having pores of multiple sizes contains partially saturated regions, i.e. regions where less than 100% of the pores are filled with fluid. The capillary pressure and permeability of the material change as a fu...

Thread/paper- and paper-based microfluidic devices for glucose assays employing artificial neural networks.

This paper describes the fabrication of and data collection from two microfluidic devices: a microfluidic thread/paper based analytical device (μTPAD) and 3D microfluidic paper-based analytical device (μPAD). Flowing solutions of glucose oxidase (GOx), horseradish peroxidase (HRP), and potassium iodide (KI), through each device, on contact with glucose, generated a calibration curve for each platform. The resultant yellow-brown color from the reaction indicates oxidation of iodide to iodine. The devices w...

"On-off-on" Photoelectrochemical/Visual Lab-on-Paper Sensing via Signal Amplification of CdS Quantum Dots@Leaf-Shape ZnO and Quenching of Au Modified Prism-Anchored Octahedral CeO2 Nanoparticles.

An effective "on-off-on" photoelectrochemical (PEC)/visual sensing system based on cleaning-switchable lab-on-paper device was designed to achieve ultrasensitive detection of analytes. The first amplified ''signal on'' PEC state was gained by CdS quantum dots sensitized leaf-shape ZnO (CdS QDs/leaf-shape ZnO) structure, which was assembled on reduced graphene oxide (rGO) modified paper electrode. Then Au modified prism-anchored octahedral CeO2 nanoparticles (Au@PO-CeO2 NPs), as an efficient signal quencher,...

Pending Laboratory Test Results at the Time of Discharge: A 3-Year Retrospective Comparison of Paper Versus Electronic Test Ordering in Three Emergency Departments.

Pending laboratory test results at discharge can have major adverse health outcomes. The availability of test results at discharge may depend on whether the tests were ordered electronically or by using a paper-based system. The aim of this study was to determine the rate of pending test results at time of discharge from Emergency Departments (ED), and compare the rate for paper-based and electronic orders across three EDs in New South Wales, Australia. This retrospective study described 71,466 ED presentat...

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