Call for Papers: 3rd Congress of the Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research, University of Sheffield, 23-24 January 2020. The Northern Network for Medical Humanities Research (NNMHR) was founded in 2013 with the purpose of connecting individuals and institutions working in this dynamic area of interdisciplinary research.
Welcome to the 3rd International Conference on Advanced Research in Education.We invite you to join us on March 11-14, 2021 in Oxford, UK.Currently accepting submissions for paper publications and both oral and poster presentations, we are excited to continue to grow our international network scientists, researchers, educators, and other stakeholders in the field of education.
A cheap and easily available steroid has proven to reduce deaths by up to one third in severely ill patients with the Covid-19, according to a trial in the United Kingdom that now.
The 3rd Conference on “Green Urbanism” (GU), 2019, follows the success of the previous event which was launched in 2016 and 2018. It aims to the Achieving of sustainability and resilience of urban environments as those are the key challenges of our time. This conference is a way to deal with limited resources as well as the need for adaptation to the effects of a changing climate and urban.
The University of San Jose-Recoletos is a vibrant community of higher education research leaders in various disciplines,. the reach of the Recoletos Research Congress (RRC). Students and teachers with sustainable development-themed studies are called on to submit their research papers and join the 3rd Recoletos Congress.
In this edition of the Congress, we are aiming to focus the educational community’s interest on this groundbreaking field of gamification-based teaching methodologies. There is a great opportunity here to share and try out strategies for improving students’ motivation and to incorporate these strategies into our daily teaching activities.
The topic of steroid effects on human athletic performance is germane to an emerging field of research investigating hormonal effects on animals’ performance (e.g., sprint speed, endurance capacity, bite-force capacity) (Husak et al. 2009a), as testosterone may exert general effects on performance across widely divergent vertebrate taxa.
Abstract. This paper is the first in a series of two publications relating to the European Crohn’s and Colitis Organisation (ECCO) evidence-based consensus on the diagnosis and management of Crohn’s disease and concerns the methodology of the consensus process, and the classification, diagnosis and medical management of active and quiescent Crohn’s disease.