Christopher Robbins

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Fifteen staff at the University of the South Pacific were trained in Macromedia Flash by developing a CD-ROM for use in a distance learning course. Rather than divide the workload into specializations, as is the standard practice in multimedia production (Rutkowski, 2001; Hughes, 1999), we distributed the workload into equivalent cross-sections of the(More)
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BACKGROUND Rotator cuff tears are a common shoulder disorder resulting in significant disability to patients and financial burden on the health care system. While both surgical and nonsurgical management are accepted treatment options, there is a paucity of data to support a treatment algorithm for care providers. Defining variables to guide treatment(More)
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