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Attack versus defense: A strategic rationale for role differentiation in conflict.

Is there a strategic mechanism that explains role-contingent differences in conflict behavior? I sketch a theory in which differences in optimal behavior for attackers and defenders arise under initially symmetric conditions through the dynamic accumulation of differences in the distributions of traits in the subpopulations of potential opponents.

Parents' and nurses' experiences of partnership in neonatal intensive care units: a qualitative review and meta-synthesis.

To explore how parents and nurses experience partnership in neonatal intensive care units (NICU) and to identify existing barriers and facilitators to a successful partnership.

A cultural neuroscience perspective on North Korean strategic culture: .

Given the complexity of the current nuclear age and the absence of work on deterrence under true multipolarity, interdisciplinary models can provide new perspectives on tailored deterrence. Drawing from recent findings in the life sciences, this article offers a cultural neuroscience approach to deterrence decision-making, with special attention given to the ways in which culture interacts with cognition and the security environment to shape behavioral outcomes during conflict. Since North Korea remains lar...

Developing country-specific wheelchair service provision strategic plans for Romania and the Philippines.

Achieving appropriate wheelchair provision at a national level is complex, requiring regulations, funding and policies established through governments. Understanding wheelchair provision within different countries is key. This paper describes the process used to support the development of wheelchair service strategic plans in Romania and the Philippines. It considers the influences, meaning, challenges and developments when producing strategic priorities within two different contexts.

Leadership of a Clinical Academic Health Centre.

The Clinical Academic Health Centre concept involves one or more health service centres forming a partnership with an academic centre, with a primary objective of leveraging of the strengths of both organisations and to hasten the process of knowledge discovery, with accelerated translation of innovations and research outcomes into clinical practice. The underpinning leadership challenge is the creation of a unified vision and mission, ensuring that strategic direction is aligned to the strategy of the majo...

Challenges to building and maintaining partnership in the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries in spinal cord injury: a qualitative study of health professionals' views.

The effective management of spinal cord injury (SCI) requires partnership between people with SCI and health professionals (HPs). This paper identifies HPs’ perceived challenges in building and maintaining this partnership, with a specific focus on how people with SCI and HPs collaborate in the prevention and treatment of pressure injuries (PIs) in SCI.

When reach exceeds touch: Student experiences in a cross-sector community-based academic-practice partnership.

A partnership between three nursing programs, multiple high-needs public school districts and a local asthma coalition was developed as a way to build shared capacity aimed at improving health outcomes for children with asthma. This article explores student perceptions of their clinical experiences teaching asthma self-management within a regional cross-sector, community-based, multi-site academic-practice partnership.

Development of Strategic Plans for Advancing Nursing in Korea.

To evaluate the current and prospective status of nursing in Korea and develop a strategic framework and plan to accommodate the increased demands on nurses in the changing health care system.

Transitioning From Volume to Value: Lessons Learned From the Dissolution of a Population Health Partnership.

In 2017, the authors published an article describing the experiences of Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) as it adapted to new challenges of changing payment models, the imperative to manage the health of populations, and the desire to compete for statewide contracts. The authors described Propel Health, a multi-institution partnership created in 2013 to deliver the tools, methods, and support necessary for population health management. In the ensuing two years there were considerable changes to the...

Partnering for Success: Development and Implementation of an Interprofessional Community-Academic Navigation Program.

Sacred Heart University College of Nursing and Western Connecticut Healthcare Network developed an innovative community/academic partnership program known as iCAN (Interprofessional Community-Academic Navigation). The goal was to navigate services for some of the most vulnerable clients in the community. Challenges are inevitable within any partnership, but the team combated challenges and created a successful collaborative student program. Increased awareness into social determinants of health as well as i...

Towards a strategic research agenda for social sciences and humanities in radiological protection.

Reflecting a change in funding strategies for European research projects, and a commitment to the idea of responsible research and innovation in radiological protection (RP), a collective of research institutes and universities have developed a prospective Strategic Research Agenda (SRA) for Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH) in radiological protection. This is the first time such a research agenda has been proposed. This paper identifies six research lines of interest and concern: 1) Effects of social, p...

Theta and Alpha Band Oscillations During Value-Directed Strategic Processing.

Strategic processing allows for value-based preferential encoding of information. Event-related spectral perturbations can provide insights into neural processes linked to the different aspects of strategic processing. This study examined theta and alpha band power differences linked to processing of high- versus low-value information. Thirty-three young adults (17 F; mean age: 21.2 ± 1.5 years) completed a value-directed word list learning task. The task consisted of five word lists that each contai...

Building an Academic-Practice Partnership to Support Doctor of Nursing Practice Projects.

Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) programs have grown exponentially, and most require a project to graduate. However, finding project placements is challenging. This article describes an academic-practice partnership that formed between a health system and a public university in the Midwest for completion of projects.

2018 ISSCR Strategic Planning: Looking to the Future.

In 2018, the ISSCR underwent a strategic planning process to identify current priorities and plan for future initiatives. Key recommendations will help the society better serve its members and fulfill its mission of promoting excellence in stem cell science and applications to human health.

Healthy urban planning: an institutional policy analysis of strategic planning in Sydney, Australia.

Rapid urbanization requires health promotion practitioners to understand and engage with strategic city planning. This policy analysis research investigated how and why health was taken up into strategic land use planning in Sydney, Australia, between 2013 and 2018. This qualitative study develops two case studies of consecutive instances of strategic planning in Sydney. Data collection was done via in-depth stakeholder interviews (n = 11) and documentary analysis. Data collection and analysis revolved ...

Migrants and refugees: Improving health and well-being in a world on the move.

The PLOS Medicine Editors discuss migrant and refugee health, and announce a forthcoming special issue devoted to the topic.

Exploring Professional Development for New Investigators Underrepresented in the Federally Funded Biomedical Research Workforce.

The National Research Mentoring Network (NRMN) is a strategic partnership whose goals include remedying documented disparities by race and ethnicity in the awarding of National Institutes of Health research grants. Our objectives were to offer a profile of early-career investigators who applied to NRMN's Grantsmanship Coaching Programs (GCP) and test for differences in the research productivity, professional obligations, research resources, and motivations of applicants from underrepresented groups (URGs) c...

The Implementation of Mindfulness-Based, Trauma-Informed Parent Education in an Underserved Latino Community: The Emergence of a Community Workforce.

In this practice-oriented program review, a mindfulness-based, trauma-informed parent intervention, called Safe, Secure and Loved™ (SSL), designed to strengthen nurturing parenting and children's resilience, was implemented in an underserved Latino community. Across 5 years, a volunteer community workforce of promotoras transformed an academic-community research partnership into a community-led program partnership and established sustainable agency parent education programming. To better understand this ...

Causality in medicine.

This article is the result of a symposium organized at the French Academy of Sciences on May 31, 2016, entitled: Do we need to know the causes to understand and intervene? Questions on causality in the biological and medical sciences, and published in French in a book entitled: Causality in the biological and medical sciences (EDP Sciences, 2017).

Interactions between Partnership Quality, Life Satisfaction and Partnership Stability of Mothers with Underage Children - A Ten-Year Follow-up Study.

Although a stable and satisfactory relationship is an important aim in life, every third marriage is currently being divorced. Life satisfaction as well as the transition to parenthood seem to be significant factors. Therefore, the current longitudinal study examines the association between relationship quality, stability, life satisfaction of mothers and other family characteristics over a ten-year period.

Laypeople Are Strategic Essentialists, Not Genetic Essentialists.

In the last third of the twentieth century, humanists and social scientists argued that attention to genetics would heighten already-existing genetic determinism, which in turn would intensify negative social outcomes, especially sexism, racism, ableism, and harshness to criminals. They assumed that laypeople are at risk of becoming genetic essentialists. I will call this the "laypeople are genetic essentialists model." This model has not accurately predicted psychosocial impacts of findings from genetics r...

Stakeholder perspectives on public-private partnership in health service delivery in Sindh province of Pakistan: a qualitative study.

The objective of this study was to explore the perspectives of stakeholders on public-private partnership (PPP) in healthcare service delivery in Sindh province of Pakistan including the reasons for adopting such policies and the barriers for its implementation.

Aid Effectiveness in the Sustainable Development Goals Era Comment on "It's About the Idea Hitting the Bull's Eye": How Aid Effectiveness Can Catalyse the Scale-up of Health Innovations".

Over just a six-year period from 2005-2011, five aid effectiveness initiatives were launched: the Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness (2005), the International Health Partnership plus (2007), the Accra Agenda for Action (2008), the Busan Partnership for Effective Cooperation (2011), and the Global Partnership for Effective Development Cooperation (GPEDC) (2011). More recently, in 2015, the Addis Ababa Action Agenda (AAAA) was signed at the third international conference on financing for development and t...

Structure Pattern Based Total Synthesis.

In this article we summarize the concept of structure pattern recognition and its application to total synthesis. We show that this strategic concept can lead to a drastic increase of synthetic efficiency, by applying it to the two biogenetically unrelated natural product families sarpagine and stemona alkaloids. To showcase its potential, it is compared with some elegant target oriented syntheses. We wish to advert the reader to the importance of strategic planning and synthesis design.

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