About BJA Education Oxford Academic
BJA Education, formerly Continuing Education in Anaesthesia, Critical Care & Pain , is a joint venture of the British Journal of Anaesthesia and The Royal College of Anaesthetists in the UK. It is also the official journal of The Faculty of Pain Medicine , The College of Anaesthetists of Ireland, The Hong Kong College of Anaesthesiologists and
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Relationship between Education and Mental Health: New
The education coefficients are all highly attenuated (e.g., –0.005/–0.070 = 0.07 × 100 percent = 7 percent of the estimate we obtained in our fully specified OLS model predicting depression), never significant (p > 0.10), and in some cases positively signed—regardless of how we specify the models. 14 These findings run counter to the
About Health Education Research Oxford Academic
Health Education Research gives highest priority to original research focused on health education and promotion research, particularly intervention studies with solid research designs. The journal welcomes rigorous qualitative studies or those that concentrate on hard-to-reach populations. Because of the high number of submissions, cross
Effects of School Spending on Educational and Economic
I. Introduction. Public K–12 education is one of the largest single components of government spending ( OECD 2013), and differences in school’s financial resources across neighborhoods are often cited as key contributors to achievement gaps by parental socioeconomic status and race/ethnicity.However, since the Coleman Report ( Coleman et al. 1966), researchers have …
Organizational Culture and Schools: A Call for Leadership
There is a growing need for principal leadership training programs to place greater attention on the education of school administrators in how school culture affects climate, goal setting, personnel relations, patterns of communication, teacher and student relations, and expectations toward achievement orientation (Brown, 2004; Haberman, 2013).
Delirium research, education and practice Age and Ageing
Education. There is recent trend towards better delirium awareness and indeed treatment, but mainstream healthcare education both at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels has yet to include adequate systematic coverage of delirium.
Education in Africa: What Are We Learning
Education technology interventions have decidedly mixed impacts, as do school grant programs and programs providing individual learning inputs (e.g., uniforms or textbooks). 1. Introduction. Education has expanded dramatically in Sub-Saharan Africa over the past half century. From 1970 to 2010, the percentage of children across the region who
Workings of a City: Location, Education, and Production
Abstract. We model the links between residential choice, education, and productivity in a city composed of several communities. Local complementarities in human capital investment induce occupational segregation, although …
Police Education in the USA Policing: A Journal of
Higher education for police has a 100-year history in the USA. Initially, it incorporated both ‘education’ and much of what is now considered ‘training’, out of necessity because police occupational training had yet to be widely implemented.
The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education Oxford
Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal integrating and coordinating basic and applied research relating to individuals who are deaf, including cultural, developmental, linguistic, and educational topics. Find out more.
Education, Language and Identity The Economic Journal
Education has often been invoked as an important instrument of nation building and State power consolidation. History provides some examples: in his lectures delivered in Berlin (Addresses to the German nation, 1807), Fichte explicitly emphasised the importance of state‐controlled mass education in teaching Germans to be good Germans and to
Understanding peer education: insights from a process
Peer education is itself a social process, the development of which is influenced, sometimes radically, by its setting, organizational context, key personnel, and the values and expectations of all its participants. In this paper we have only begun to scratch the surface of what needs to be understood about the process of peers educating peers.
Education, Wealth, and Cognitive Function in Later Life
Education shows the greatest effect in Fig. 2 and is fairly consistent across race/ethnicity. Evidence for a race/ethnicity effect is apparent in Fig. 3, mean standardized knowledge, language, and orientation score, in which men and women in each group are strikingly similar at each education level, with a threshold effect for Whites at high
financialization of US higher education Socio-Economic
The case of Education Management Corporation (EDMC) provides an illustrative example of this transformation (US Senate Committee on Health Education Labor and Pensions, 2012). EDMC was founded in 1962, and had long been reputed as one of …
urban–rural education gap: do cities indeed make us
Tertiary education enrollment is based on cohorts born in 1994–1996, as for the cohorts born in 1997/1998 not enough time has passed for all students to measure. Tertiary education enrollment is defined as the highest enrollment within 3 years of high-school graduation.
Effects of Education on Political Opinions: An
Education is associated with somewhat lower confidence in most institutions. The relationship between education and confidence becomes weaker with economic development, while the effects of education on a number of political views shift …
EDUCATION AND DEVELOPMENT The World Bank Research
Abstract. The article reviews the evidence on the role of education in economic development, with emphasis on issues that have appeared in the literature in the past two decades: the contribution of education to economic growth, the screening hypothesis, the segmentation of the labour market, the return to investment in schooling, and the effects of …
origins of formal education in sub-Saharan Africa: was
Formal education differed because of its non-vocational approach, focusing on the acquisition of reading and writing abilities instead of learning on the job. Formal education accumulates the “propositional knowledge” required to grasp the mechanisms underlying certain techniques, practices, or processes, that is, “prescriptive knowledge”.
Education Policy Trump Style: The Administrative
In April 2019, the U.S. Department of Education released a draft document entitled Title 1, Part A of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965, As Amended by the Every Student succeeds Act: Proving Equitable Services to Eligible Private School children, Teachers and Families – Updated Non-Regulatory Guidance for review and comment
Principles of total intravenous anaesthesia: practical
TIVA is the default solution for a patient with malignant hyperthermia risk who requires general anaesthesia. Poor education and training in the use of this technique is likely to result in a significant risk of awareness. The use of propofol and remifentanil by TCI and adherence to simple recommendations will obviate most of this risk.
Role of School Social Workers and Sex Education: From
Sex education tends to emphasize danger rather than a girl’s personal agency with regard to sexuality. Furthermore, a feminist approach would address the societal context that is fraught with sex, class, and race inequality and sexual violence.
Structural Racism in Schools: A View through the Lens of
Another manifestation of structural racism involves referrals to lower and remedial academic tracks. Specifically, Black and Latinx students are three times as likely to be referred to special education as are White students (Zhang, Katsiyannis, Ju, & Roberts, 2014; U.S. Department of Education [ED], 2016).
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Health Education Research is currently inviting authors to submit original manuscripts for potential expedited publication. The global public health challenge before us will shape the future of public health. At HER, we believe we have a role to serve by making quality public health research available to fellow researchers and the general public.
Self-management education: History, definition, outcomes
In addition, the article presents evidence of the effectiveness of self-management interventions and posits a possible mechanism, self-efficacy, through which these interventions work. In conclusion the article discusses problems and solutions for integrating self-management education into the mainstream health care systems.
About The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education
About the Journal. The Journal of Deaf Studies and Deaf Education is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal integrating and coordinating basic and applied research relating to individuals who are deaf, including cultural, developmental, linguistic, and educational topics.. JDSDE addresses issues of current and future concern to allied fields, encouraging interdisciplinary discussion.
review of bioinformatics education in Germany Briefings
The Bielefeld Bioinformatics Education web server offers teaching material and other resources [41, 42]. Ernst-Moritz-Arndt University of Greifswald. At the University of Greifswald, bioinformatics is part of the biomathematics education and is represented by one professorship (held by one of the authors).
Vygotsky, sign language, and the education of deaf pupils
The changing political climate in Russia has lead to the reevaluation of many aspects of life, including approaches to education, and to a reassessment of Vygotsky's ideas and an appreciation of their continuing relevance. Among other things, this has resulted in a reevaluation of the role of sign language for deaf pupils and an emerging