Karen H

  • Ciel variable numéro 97 nous présente une « Galerie de portraits » bien particulière. En effet, que peuvent bien avoir en commun les portraits de ces gens ici rassemblés (gitans, mineurs, aristocrates, modèles, noctambules...), si ce n'est que les moyens mis en oeuvre par les photographes leur confèrent une certaine dignité? Les trois artistes présentés ici - Pierre Gonnord, Christian Tagliavini, Gabriel Coutu-Dumont - sont aussi unis par une démarche singulière : le croisement de références et de savoir-faire photographiques et picturaux qui s'incarne dans les clairs-obscurs, les cadrages, les poses, les textures et le drapé des vêtements, les ports de tête et, par-dessus tout, les regards. Reposant sur une grande maîtrise des moyens, le travail de ces artistes témoigne d'un regard aigu et sensible sur la multiplicité des existences.

  • This quick reference manual offers accessible, reliable knowledge on small animal dermatology in the popular Blackwell's Five-Minute Veterinary Consult format. The second edition of Blackwells Five-Minute Veterinary Consult Clinical Companion: Small Animal Dermatology is a completely new compilation of information, with rewritten, reorganized, and updatedchapters whichoffereven fasteraccess to commonly used dermatology information. Aiding busy practitioners in making rapid, accurate decisions, the book offers complete coverage of diagnostic tools and information in an easy-to-use bulleted format.This new edition includes many new topics such as diagnostic cultures, the diagnostic approach to the dermatology patient, precancerous conditions, zoonoses, and breed predispositions. In addition, existing content has been fully revised to provide a resource that is current and clinically relevant.New to this edition are printable client handouts on a back-of-book CD for use in your practice. Withmore than 550color photographs to aid in diagnosis and useful appendices on dermatologic drugs and toxicities, the book is packed with essential information for veterinarians and students alike.

  • Gynecologic malignancies, especially endometrial and ovarian cancers are among the most important and most severely affected by obesity. This volume of Energy Balance and Cancer, written by the world's leading experts in this field, is arranged to provide a transdisciplinary assessment of the pertinent issues, results of relevant research on mechanisms, and control, strategies for dealing with affected patients and improving outcomes and future research needs. The volume comprehensively covers the epidemiology linking obesity to endometrial and ovarian cancer as well as the public awareness of this critical problem. Subsequent chapters explain biologic aspects of linkages between energy balance and gynecologic malignancies. The volume further outlines strategies to disrupt the linkage between obesity and gynecologic malignancies and concludes with a series of chapters focused on management strategies for obese patients with gynecologic malignancies.  This volume provides a valuable resource for all physicians, scientists and other transdisciplinary investigators and practitioners interested and involved in energy balance and cancer. It should be a particularly useful guide to optimize outcomes for all practitioners dealing with patients with gynecologic malignancies challenged by energy balance issues. Moreover, it should serve as a useful guide to students and investigators interested in conducting further research on defining and disrupting the important linkage between energy balance and gynecologic malignancies.

  • This atlas provides a comprehensive, state-of-the-art review of all interventions that pertain to the esophagus. It includes a review of the current staging modalities, ablation technologies, resection and reconstruction techniques, and disease classification. Evidence-based guidelines regarding how each intervention is chosen are also included. With color illustrations and photographs for each surgery, the atlas details specific anatomic topics such as micro-anatomy of Barrett's and Dysplasia, EMR pathology, endoscopic ultrasound, and conventional surgical anatomy. Each intervention is presented in task format as a task list to be checked-off as each step is completed.Written by experts in the field, Atlas of Esophageal Disease and Intervention: A Multidisciplinary Approach serves as a valuable resource for any practitioner who performs esophageal intervention and will guide new surgeons and gastroenterologists into the hybrid multidisciplinary approach to this disease.

  • Dove, Lipton, Knorr, Ben & Jerry's, and Slim*Fast are a few of the brands that are part of the $66 billion global empire known as Unilever. When the story opens, one of its divisions is in deep trouble- declining volume, eroding margins, critical quality problems- and is close to being sold off. Then Tex Gunning, its visionary new division chairman, takes the stage, an expanding circle of young leaders takes charge, and once-skeptical workers embrace a challenging message of growth. The result? The division grows by double digits, year in and year out, and energizes Unilever's path to thrive around the globe. To the Desert and Back tells the inside story of the transformation in the words of the people in all quarters of the company who made it happen. It documents five years of personal soul-searching, teamwork, companywide learning conferences, memorable journeys to the mountains and desert, and inspired promotions that show how these efforts produced a remarkable top-to-bottom turnaround. This story delivers authentic and convincing proof that a revitalized business is about personal growth. The lessons learned from this dramatic business turnaround provide unexpected insights and encouraging inspiration for other companies and leaders ready to embark on their own remarkable journey of transformation, growth, and success.

  • Chapter 1
    Neurocognitive changes in HIV: Evolution of Treatment of HIV Infection.
    Erna Milunka Kojic, M.D. Charles Carpenter, M.D.

    Chapter 2
    Global incidence and epidemiology of the AIDS pandemic, distribution of HIV subtypes and epidemiology of Hepatitis C infection among HIV positive individuals.
    Karen T. Tashima, M.D., Aadia Rana, M.D.

    Chapter 3
    New Insights into HIV Neuropathogenesis.
    Tory P. Johnson, M.S., Avindra Nath, M.D.
    Chapter 4
    Neuropathological findings associated with long term HAART treatment.
    Ian. C. Anthony, Ph.D., Jeanne E. Bell, M.D.

    Chapter 5
    Biomarkers of HIV related Central Nervous System Disease.
    Bruce James Brew MBBS MD FRACP, Scott L. Letendre MD

    Chapter 6
    Neuroimaging Among HIV Infected Patients: Current Knowledge and Future Directions
    /> David F. Tate, Ph.D., Jared Conley, B.S., Dominik Meier, Ph.D., Bradford Navia, M.D., Ph.D., Ronald Cohen, Ph.D., Charles R.G. Guttmann, M.D.

    Chapter 7
    The assessment of HIV-associated neurocognitive disorders: New challenges in the HAART era
    Chronic neuro-AIDS, long-term cognitive assessment, and new risk factors
    Lucette A. Cysique, Ph.D., Bruce J. Brew MBBS MD FRACP

    Chapter 8
    The changing face of HIV-associated cognitive and neuropsychiatric disturbance.
    Ron Cohen, Ph.D.

    Chapter 9
    Youth with HIV/AIDS: Neurobehavioral Consequences
    Susannah Allison, Ph.D., Pamela L. Wolters, Ph.D., Pim Brouwers, Ph.D.

    Chapter 10
    Co-occurrence of HIV, Hepatitis C, and Substance Use Disorders: Effects on Brain Functioning.
    Raul Gonzalez, Ph.D., Phillip J. Quartana, Ph.D., Eileen M. Martin, Ph.D.

    Chapter 11
    The Functional Impact of HIV-associated Neuropsychological Decline
    Matthew J. Wright, Ph.D., Ellen Woo, Ph.D., Terry R. Barclay, Ph.D.,
    & Charles H. Hinkin, Ph.D.

    Chapter 12
    Adjunctive therapy for long-term support of cognitive impairment
    Joshua T. Dearborn, M.A., Susan E. Maloney, M. A., Nicole Hicklin, M.A.
    Elizabeth M. Lane, B.A., Robert Paul, Ph.D.

    Chapter 13
    HIV-1 Genetic diversity and its biological significance.
    Michael M. Thomson, M.D., Ph.D.

    Chapter 14
    Opportunistic infections in the brain in developing countries
    Marcus Tulius T Silva, M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D., Beatriz Grinsztejn, M.D., M.Sc., Ph.D.

    Chapter 15
    Impact of clade diversity on neuropsychological outcomes
    Robert Paul, Ph.D., Ned Sacktor, M.D., Lucette Cysique, Ph.D., Bruce Brew, M.D., Victor Valcour, M.D.

    Chapter 16
    The effects of aging on HIV disease
    Robert C. Kalayjian, M.D., Lena Al-Harthi, Ph.D.

    Chapter 17
    Neuropsychology of Healthy Aging
    Molly E. Zimmerman, Ph.D., Adam M. Brickman, Ph.D.

    Chapter 18
    Interactions between Advanced Age and HIV Cognitive Impairment
    Victor Valcour, M.D., Aaron McMurtray , M.D.

  • Providing both practical advice, tools, and case examples, Employee Engagement translates best practices, ideas, and concepts into concrete and practical steps that will change the level of engagement in any organization. Explores the meaning of engagement and how engagement differs significantly from other important yet related concepts like satisfaction and commitmentDiscusses what it means to create a culture of engagementProvides a practical presentation deck and talking points managers can use to introduce the concept of engagement in their organizationAddresses issues of work-life balance, and non-work activities and their relationship to engagement at work

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