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Libraries' response to the crisis: measures to mitigate its impact

Lloret Romero, María Nuria (2011)

Purpose - The aim of this paper is to present the initiatives that libraries and information services should take from the standpoint of management or services in times of economic crisis or recession such as the one currently occurring. When budget cuts, downsizing and cuts in equipment are ...

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Source : HAL

How Does Investment in Job-Training Increase the Performances of Moroccan Firms ?

Dumas, Audrey et al. (2010)

International audience The purpose of this paper is to evaluate the effects of job-training programs, initiated by the Moroccan government and called “special training contracts”, on the performance of Moroccan firms. It highlights that “special training contracts” is an efficient measure of ...

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Analyse économique et évaluation des pratiques du pharmacien d'officine : application au dépistage d'une maladie chronique : le syndrome d'apnées du sommeil

Perraudin, Clémence (10 juin 2013)

Facing the issues of access, quality and proximity, the "Hospital, Patients, Health and Territories" (HPST) law, passed in 2009, constitutes a basis for the reorganization of primary care in France. The healthcare reform emphasizes on the collaboration between healthcare professionals and the ...

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Learning after acquired brain injury. Learning the hard way

Boosman, H. (24 sept. 2015)

Background: When the brain has suffered damage, the learning process can be considerably disturbed. Brain damage can influence what is learned, but also how learning takes place. What patients can learn can be viewed in terms of ‘learning ability’ and how patients learn in terms of ‘learning ...

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Inspiring Young People to Become Lifelong Learners in 2025

Kugemann, Walter et al. (2009)

Learnovation research report This Paper presents the Learnovation vision for 2025 within and around the formal education system, including primary and secondary schools as well as Vocational Education and Training. There are a number of characteristics shared by these three areas (or territories) of ...

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Labour market performances in the EU27: a job quality perspective

Erhel, Christine et al. (juil. 2008)

ED EPS Job quality has become an economic policy issue at the international level, through the Lisbon Strategy of the European Union, and the decent work agenda of the International Labour Organisation. However, the concept of job quality involves important debates that start with its definition, ...

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Collection of passenger travel data in Sub-Saharan African cities: Towards improving survey instruments and procedures

Behrens, Roger et al. (2006)

International audience This paper compares experiences in the application of different approaches to passenger travel data collection in francophone and anglophone cities of West, Central and Southern Africa. Its aim is to identify possible improvements through which common problems might be ...

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Cost–benefit analysis of resilience training : How to reduce post-deployment psychosocial strain, psychopathology, and associated costs

Kallen, V.L. et al. (1 janv. 2013)

Military deployment in theaters of war, like Iraq or Afghanistan, may cause considerable psychosocial disturbances in any given soldier. These symptoms may develop over time into full blown—deployment related—psychopathology, with severe consequences, not only for the individual involved but for ...

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Mechanical properties forecast in composites using neural networks

Sanchez-Caballero, Samuel et al. (2011)

The aim of this paper is to introduce a method to forecast the mechanical properties of a composite based on its constitutive materials using a neural network. As input data, a limited number of tests to train the network are needed. From them it will be possible to make forecasts, with a less than ...

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