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Database: CINAHL
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Anti-fibrinolytic use for minimising perioperative allogeneic blood transfusion 
Author: Henry DA; Moxey AJ; Carless PA, and others Doc. Type: software 


Exercise-based rehabilitation for coronary heart disease 
Author: Jolliffe JA; Rees K; Taylor RS, and others Doc. Type: software 


Nursing interventions for smoking cessation 
Author: Rice VH; Stead LF Doc. Type: software 


Psychosocial outcomes after an MI: an evaluation of two approaches to rehabilitation 
Author: O'Rourke A; Hampson SE Source: Psychology Health & Medicine 4, no. 4 (1999 Nov): 393-402: 32 ref Doc. Type: journal article research tables/charts Libraries: 27  


Race discrimination: courts finds serious violations of patient-care standards, not race discrimination, upholds nurse's firing 
Source: Legal Eagle Eye Newsletter for the Nursing Profession 8, no. 12 (2000 Dec): 5 Doc. Type: journal article legal cases Libraries: 18  


Pediatric sports emergencies 
Author: Stracciolini A; Metzl JD Source: Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America 11, no. 4 (2000 Nov): 961-79: 44 ref Doc. Type: journal article tables/charts Libraries: 224  


Developing research apprentices: involving occupational therapy students in gerontological research 
Author: Perkinson MA Source: Physical and Occupational Therapy in Geriatrics 17, no. 2 (2000): 1-16: 32 ref Doc. Type: journal article Libraries: 274  


New cardiac project is first to tackle clinical and operational issues: time commitment high for data collection, analysis 
Source: Healthcare Benchmarks 8, no. 1 (2001 Jan): 1-4 Doc. Type: journal article Libraries: 35  


A case study approach to evaluation of cardiac disease in women 
Author: Gibbons SW Source: Nurse Practitioner Forum 11, no. 4 (2000 Dec): 205-12: 24 ref Doc. Type: journal article case study Libraries: 244  


Relationship of cardiac inpatients' outcomes to mood state 
Author: Allison S; Bernier MJ; Owen SV, and others Source: Outcomes Management for Nursing Practice 4, no. 2 (2000 Apr-Jun): 85-90: 19 ref Doc. Type: journal article research tables/charts Libraries: 109  

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Database:  GIL


A childhood, the biography of a place / Harry Crews.


Crews, Harry, 1935-


A childhood, the biography of a place / Harry Crews.


1st ed.


New York : Harper & Row, c1978.


171 p. ; 22 cm.


Crews, Harry, 1935- --Biography--Youth.
Novelists, American--20th century--Biography.
Bacon County (Ga.)--Biography.



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Hadfield, Peter. 


Dead seas.


New Scientist v. 169 no2273 (Jan. 13 2001) p. 22 Journal Code: New Sci
Additional Info: United Kingdom

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ISSN: 0262-4079




Global warming may be responsible for creating a situation where ocean life hangs in the balance. Yoon Jong-Hwan, a South Korean marine physicist working at the Research Institute for Applied Mechanics on the island of Kyushu, Japan, believes that global warming will create a "dead zone" in the Sea of Japan in 350 years as a result of weakening ocean convection currents in the region. If ocean waters generally start to circulate less efficiently, this will have dire knock-on consequences for ocean life and produce a further positive feedback for global warming. However, other researchers advise more work on the relationship between global warming and ocean circulation.




Climatic changes. 
Oceanographic research -- Sea of Japan. 
Ocean circulation. 
Marine ecology. 
Food chains (Ecology). 

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Copyright 1992 The Christian Science Publishing Society  
The Christian Science Monitor


December 24, 1992, Thursday


LENGTH: 753 words

HEADLINE: Czechs, Slovaks Work to Ensure A Peaceful Split

BYLINE: Francine S. Kiefer, Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor



THE Czechs and Slovaks have managed to settle their divorce with remarkable speed and in a businesslike manner. In just three months they have worked out the terms for the split of Czechoslovakia, which will take place Jan. 1.

"We learned something from Yugoslavia," says Jiri Schneider, spokesman for Vaclav Klaus, prime minister and chief negotiator for the Czech Republic. "We learned that postponing solving the problem is most dangerous."

Negotiators were spared much work because the Czech and Slovak republics, which comprise Czechoslovakia, already had their own parliaments and ministries, and much of the negotiating was delegated to these ministries. Another time-saver was the good neighbor treaty between the two republics. It was cribbed from existing treaties between Prague and other countries.

It is inevitable that mistakes were made and are hidden in the details, diplomats here conclude. "There are going to be squabbles after Jan. 1," one Western diplomat in Prague says, "but people don't think there's going to be a big to-do." Generally, observers praise the agreements, as do both sides in the "velvet divorce."