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OVERVIEW In June of 2000, forty-four scientists gathered in Tempe, Arizona to discuss the needs and priorities for interdisciplinary environmental research, spanning natural sciences, social sciences, engineering, and humanities. Attendees came from over a dozen different fields, and represented thirty-one institutions. This report presents the consensus(More)
This study examines the knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, intentions and experiences of nurses at various stages of their careers with regard to patients who have made suicide attempts. It focuses particularly on the relationship of traditional Shona beliefs about suicide and considers how they interact with western medical beliefs. A detailed questionnaire(More)
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