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Time-varying and asymmetric effects of the oil-specific demand shock on investor sentiment.

The relationship between oil price and investor sentiment is crucial to economic activity. Disentangling the shocks in crude oil price by structural VAR model, this paper analyzes the interaction between oil price shocks and investor sentiment by linear and nonlinear causality approach, TVP-VAR mode and NARDL model. The results reveal that changes of oil-specific demand shock not only linearly but also nonlinearly cause changes of investor sentiment while there is no significant link between other oil shock...

15th annual conference of the DPKK : Molecular analysis in diagnosis and treatment.

Correction to: Abstracts Presented at the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS) 15th Annual Meeting.

Assessment of Complications from Decompressive Hemicraniectomy.

Dynamics of investor spanning trees around dot-com bubble.

We identify temporal investor networks for Nokia stock by constructing networks from correlations between investor-specific net-volumes and analyze changes in the networks around dot-com bubble. The analysis is conducted separately for households, financial, and non-financial institutions. Our results indicate that spanning tree measures for households reflected the boom and crisis: the maximum spanning tree measures had a clear upward tendency in the bull markets when the bubble was building up, and, even ...

Similarities in modi operandi of institutional and non-institutional child sexual offending: Systematic case comparisons.

Little is known about the extent to whichinstitutional child sex offending differs from non-institutional offending. Strategies to secure the compliance of child victims were systematically compared to compare the modi operandi (prior to, during and following abuse), and the type of power (intimate, aggressive, coercive) applied by child sexual offenders in institutional versus non-institutional settings. A sample of 59 of the most recent child sexual abuse cases referred for prosecution in three Australian...

Abstract Submission and Acceptance Rates for Men and Women in Academic Pediatric Orthopaedic Surgery: An Analysis of POSNA Annual Meeting Abstract Submissions 2012-2015.

It has recently been demonstrated that women members of the Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America (POSNA) participate at the Annual Meeting at disproportionately lower rates than men members, as defined by accepted abstract(s). We hypothesize that this discrepancy is associated with lower abstract submission rates by women members.

Transforming institutional racism at an Australian hospital.

The aims of this study were to: (1) examine institutional racism's role in creating health outcome discrepancies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples; and (2) assess the management of institutional racism in an Australian hospital and health service (HHS). A literature review informed consideration of institutional racism and the health outcome disparities it produces. Publicly available information, provided by an Australian HHS, was used to assess change in an Australian HHS in five key areas...

British Society For Rheumatology Recognised as an Investor in People.

Positive surgical margins in parotid malignancies: Institutional variation and survival association.

To establish benchmarks for positive margin incidence in parotid cancers, associate positive margin status with patient, tumor, and institutional factors and overall survival, and characterize institutional variation in positive margin incidence.

Institutional violence during the parturition process in Brazil: integrative review.

To identify the types of institutional violence of childbirth reported by the woman, the birth companion and health professionals.

Deputy Editor of Female Urology, Urodynamics, Incontinence, and Pelvic Floor Reconstructive Surgery: Craig Comiter.

Health Research Participation, Opportunity, and Willingness Among Minority and Rural Communities of Arkansas.

Prior research suggests that rural and minority communities participate in research at lower rates. While rural and minority populations are often cited as being underrepresented in research, population-based studies on health research participation have not been conducted. This study used questions added to the 2015 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System to understand factors associated with i) health research participation, ii) opportunities to participate in health research, and iii) willingness to p...

Motivation to participate in high-intensity functional exercise compared with a social activity in older people with dementia in nursing homes.

Motivation to participate in exercise among people with dementia has not been well studied. The symptoms of dementia, including apathy, may lead to low motivation to participate in exercise. The aim of this study was to evaluate the motivation of older people with dementia to participate in a high-intensity exercise program compared with motivation of those participating in a social group activity.

Carbon and oxygen isotope fractionations in tree rings reveal interactions between cambial phenology and seasonal climate.

We developed novel approaches for using the isotope composition of tree-ring subdivisions to study seasonal dynamics in tree-climate relations. Across a thirty-year time-series, the δ C and δ O values of the earlywood (EW) cellulose in the annual rings of Pinus ponderosa reflected relatively high intrinsic water-use efficiencies (iWUE) and high evaporative fractionation of O/ O, respectively, compared to the false latewood (FLW), summerwood (SW) and latewood (LW) subdivisions. This result is counter-intu...

Willingness of patients with SUD to participate in research: prevalence and associated factors.

Greater attention is focusing on the motivations of subjects recruited for research protocols, especially in vulnerable populations. Although addiction is a highly stigmatized condition, very little research has focused on the factors influencing the decision to participate of patients with an addiction. Our aim is to gather further evidence in relation to the motivations of people with Substance Use Disorders (SUD), comparing their reasoning and willingness to participate in a hypothetical research study o...

Utilisation willingness for institutional care by the elderly: a comparative study of empty nesters and non-empty nesters in Shandong, China.

Institutional care has been strongly promoted in China to meet seniors' long-term care needs. Empty-nest elderly, in comparison with their counterparts, have less social support and fewer caring networks. This study aimed to compare the utilisation willingness for institutional care and its predictors between empty-nest and non-empty-nest seniors.

Cytoplasmic Intermediate Filaments in Cell Biology.

Intermediate filaments (IFs) are one of the three major elements of the cytoskeleton. Their stability, intrinsic mechanical properties, and cell type-specific expression patterns distinguish them from actin and microtubules. By providing mechanical support, IFs protect cells from external forces and participate in cell adhesion and tissue integrity. IFs form an extensive and elaborate network that connects the cell cortex to intracellular organelles. They act as a molecular scaffold that controls intracellu...

Beyond financial conflicts of interest: Institutional oversight of faculty consulting agreements at schools of medicine and public health.

Approximately one-third of U.S. life sciences faculty engage in industry consulting. Despite reports that consulting contracts often impinge on faculty and university interests, institutional approaches to regulating consulting agreements are largely unknown.

The 15th International Coloproctology Meeting (#IMOC2018) 16-18 April 2018, Turin, Italy.

A Method for Harmonization of Clinical Abbreviation and Acronym Sense Inventories.

Previous research has developed methods to construct acronym sense inventories from a single institutional corpus. Although beneficial, a sense inventory constructed from a single institutional corpus is not generalizable, because acronyms from different geographic regions and medical specialties vary greatly.

Spanish adaptation and validation of The Institutional Review Board Researcher Assessment Tool (IRB-RAT).

To assess the reliability and validity of the translated and culturally-adapted Institutional Review Board Researcher Assessment Tool (IRB-RAT) for Peruvian research ethics committees (RECs).

Cs and K annual fluxes in a cropland and forest ecosystems twenty-four years after the Chernobyl accident.

Biological cycles of the Chernobyl originated cesium-137 (Cs, radiocesium) and the natural potassium (K) in oak, birch, and pine forest, and wheat cropland in Russian Federation, approximately 500 km northeast of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant, were subject to a multiyear monitoring. By 2010, the annual return of Cs from forest vegetation to the soil in dead tree components still exceeds its annual accumulation in the tree phytomass by a factor of 4-6, apparently due to residual surface contamination i...

The Need to Track Payment Incentives to Participate in HIV Research.

Providing incentives is an accepted and common practice in human subjects research, including clinical HIV research. While we know that financial incentives among similar studies can greatly vary, surprisingly little research exists on how to determine when such incentives are excessive or constitute an "undue inducement." Multiple factors, such as risks and benefits, study procedures, study budget, historical precedent, recommendations from institutional review boards, advice from other investigators, and ...

The 38th Annual Meeting of the J.B. Johnston Club for Evolutionary Neuroscience and the 30th Annual Karger Workshop in Evolutionary Neuroscience: Abstracts.

Effectiveness of institutional strategies to recruit and retain minority nurses: a systematic review protocol.

The objective of this review is to identify, appraise and synthesize the best available evidence on the effectiveness of institutional strategies and interventions on recruitment and retention of minority nurses.

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