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Conference Summary Understanding Small Enterprises Conference, 25-27 October 2017.

The specific objectives of the 2017 Understanding Small Enterprises Conference were to: (i) identify successful strategies for overcoming occupational safety and health (OS&H) barriers in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs); (ii) disseminate best practices to research and business communities; (iii) build collaborations between different stakeholders including researchers, insurers, small enterprises, government agencies; and (iv) better inform OS&H research relevant to SMEs.

Estimation of Fine Particle (PM) Emission Inventory from Cooking: Case Study for Shanghai.

Cooking is one of important emission sources of fine particles (PM). This study using the catering enterprises of Shanghai as an example, presents a method to estimate the PM emission inventory from cooking according to the number of stoves, cooking time, and number of customers. Based on in situ measurements, the concentrations of PM emissions ranged from 0.1 mg ·m to 1.8 mg ·m, which exceeded the limit (1.0 mg ·m for lampblack) in the national standard. Organic carbon dominated the PM emitted from cook...

Social enterprises and public health improvement in England: a qualitative case study.

To explore the contribution of social enterprises to publicly commissioned public health improvement and assess the risks and benefits of their role.

What Could Total Worker Health® Look Like in Small Enterprises?

Small enterprises have fewer resources, are more financially precarious, and have higher rates of occupational injury and illness compared with larger enterprises. Interventions that address the promotion of health and well-being in addition to traditional occupational safety and health hazards, a Total Worker Health® (TWH) approach, may be effective in reducing injuries and preventing illness. However, little research has examined the impact of TWH interventions in small enterprises. The aim of this resea...

Complex treatment of recurrent herpetic stomatitis in employees of industrial enterprises.

Research ebjective was to study assessment of quality organization of work treatment recurrent herpetic stomatitis in patients of industrial enterprises from employees.172 patients on the industrial enterprises from 25 to 54 year were treated recurrent herpetic stomatitis. Clinical efficiency of immunomodulator quality therapy of recurrent herpetic stomatitis for assessment organization of work in employees industrial is proved by estimation of oral cavity local immunity (SIgA, lisozyme). After treatment of...

Co-evolutionary simulation study of multiple stakeholders in the take-out waste recycling industry chain.

Take-out waste causes severe environmental pollution and wastes resources; thus, recycling of take-out waste is an urgent problem that must be addressed. From the co-evolutionary viewpoint, we used evolutionary game theory to build a tripartite game model involving government, consumers and enterprises, and then made simulation analysis using Vensim software, exploring the evolutionary equilibrium and the main driving factors. The simulation results showed that (1) no matter what government's, consumers' or...

Navigational enterprises in Europe and its empires, 1730-1850.

Exploiting Semantic Patterns over Biomedical Knowledge Graphs for Predicting Treatment and Causative Relations.

Identifying new potential treatment options for medical conditions that cause human disease burden is a central task of biomedical research. Since all candidate drugs cannot be tested with animal and clinical trials, in vitro approaches are first attempted to identify promising candidates. Likewise, identifying different causal relations between biomedical entities is also critical to understand biomedical processes. Generally, natural language processing (NLP) and machine learning are used to predict speci...

50 Anniversary Retrospective: Computers and Biomedical Research and Journal of Biomedical Informatics.

Quality Assurance of Biomedical Terminologies and Ontologies.

The Productivity and Characteristics of Iranian Biomedical Journal: A Scientometric Analysis

Scientometrics is a discipline that analyzes scientific publications to explore the structure and growth of science. In this work, the quantitative evaluation of the productivity of the Iranian Biomedical Journal (IBJ) is reviewed.

New JBI policy emphasizes substantive, practical methodological innovations for biomedical privacy and security papers.

Biomedical event extraction based on GRU integrating attention mechanism.

Biomedical event extraction is a crucial task in biomedical text mining. As the primary forum for international evaluation of different biomedical event extraction technologies, BioNLP Shared Task represents a trend in biomedical text mining toward fine-grained information extraction (IE). The fourth series of BioNLP Shared Task in 2016 (BioNLP-ST'16) proposed three tasks, in which the Bacteria Biotope event extraction (BB) task has been put forward in the earlier BioNLP-ST. Deep learning methods provide an...

Letter to the Editor( Response from author): MeSH qualifiers, publication types and relation occurrence frequency are also useful for a better sentence-level extraction of biomedical relations.

Setting the bar of social enterprise research high. Learning from medical science.

Both dysfunctional blood cells and physical exercise, despite the former being pathological and the latter completely normal, make one's blood more acidic, carrying less oxygen, which presents as fatigue. It is up to scientists to develop proper accounts of such mechanisms in the form of theories that are able to distinguish false from true positives. This piece's purpose is to make a case for preventing false positives in social enterprise research. This is achieved by showing how recent research portrays ...

MeSH qualifiers and types of publications as well as the occurrence frequency of relations within publications can be useful for a better sentence-level extraction of biomedical relations from scientific literature.

Item response theory evaluation of the biomedical scale of the Pain Attitudes and Beliefs Scale.

The assessment of health care professionals' attitudes and beliefs towards musculoskeletal pain is essential because they are key determinants of their clinical practice behaviour. The Pain Attitudes and Beliefs Scale (PABS) biomedical scale evaluates the degree of health professionals' biomedical orientation towards musculoskeletal pain and was never assessed using item response theory (IRT). This study aimed at assessing the psychometric performance of the 10-item biomedical scale of the PABS scale using ...

Marketing authorisation applications submitted to the European Medicines Agency by small and medium-sized enterprises: an analysis of major objections and their impact on outcomes.

Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are an important source of innovative medicines. Compared with their larger counterparts, they experience challenges as a result of insufficient human and financial resources that can hamper drug development and regulatory compliance. This analysis reviews the profile of major objections raised in applications for medicines for human use submitted by SMEs to the European Medicines Agency between 2011 and 2015 and their impact on the outcome of applications. It showe...

Persuasive Technology in Biomedical Informatics.

A novel framework for biomedical entity sense induction.

Rapid advancements in biomedical research have accelerated the number of relevant electronic documents published online, ranging from scholarly articles to news, blogs, and user-generated social media content. Nevertheless, the vast amount of this information is poorly organized, making it difficult to navigate. Emerging technologies such as ontologies and knowledge bases (KBs) could help organize and track the information associated with biomedical research developments. A major challenge in the automatic ...

Gene ontology concept recognition using named concept: understanding the various presentations of the gene functions in biomedical literature.

A major challenge in precision medicine is the development of patient-specific genetic biomarkers or drug targets. The firsthand information of the genes associated with the pathologic pathways of interest is buried in the ocean of biomedical literature. Gene ontology concept recognition (GOCR) is a biomedical natural language processing task used to extract and normalize the mentions of gene ontology (GO), the controlled vocabulary for gene functions across many species, from biomedical text. The previous ...

Fast simultaneous determination of main components and impurity sodium ion in PAMA injection by mixed-mode chromatography.

This study describes an analytical method to control the quality of potassium aspartate and magnesium aspartate (PAMA) injection based on the simultaneous detection of the main components (K, Mg and Asp) and impurities (Na) using a mixed-mode chromatography coupled with charged aerosol detector. To obtain optimal chromatographic separation, the effects of organic content, column temperature, buffer types, pH and concentrations were evaluated. A Response Surface Methodology (RSM) optimal design was performed...

Graph-based biomedical text summarization: An itemset mining and sentence clustering approach.

Automatic text summarization offers an efficient solution to access the ever-growing amounts of both scientific and clinical literature in the biomedical domain by summarizing the source documents while maintaining their most informative contents. In this paper, we propose a novel graph-based summarization method that takes advantage of the domain-specific knowledge and a well-established data mining technique called frequent itemset mining.

Therapeutic Potential of Biomedical Cell Product in DSS-Induced Inflammation in the Small Intestine of C57Bl/6J Mice.

We studied the effect of intravenous administration of biomedical cell product (bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells and media conditioned by these cells) on histological picture of the small intestine in mice with DSS-induced inflammation. It was shown that biomedical cell product promoted recovery of the intestinal mucosa in DSS-induced inflammation.

Thalia: Semantic search engine for biomedical abstracts.

While publication rate of the biomedical literature has been growing steadily during the last decades, the accessibility of pertinent research publications for biologist and medical practitioners remains a challenge. This paper describes Thalia, which is a semantic search engine that can recognize eight different types of concepts occurring in biomedical abstracts. Thalia is available via a web-based interface or a RESTful API. A key aspect of our search engine is that it is updated from PubMed on a daily b...

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