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There has been much debate about the declining enrolment numbers and low retention of students within the field of Information Systems. To better understand the reasons behind the decline, there needs to be an understanding of business students’ perceptions of information systems as a field of study and work. This paper highlights key factors which(More)
In a comparison of 80 common aphidicolin-induced fragile sites (FS) between 26 DSM-IV Tourette syndrome (TS) and 24 control individuals, the mean of the summed break frequencies following mild aphidicolin pretreatment was significantly higher in TS individuals than in controls (P < 0.001). Other breakpoints encountered during this study, i.e., random(More)
PURPOSE Our institution has recently implemented a point-of-care (POC) ultrasound training program, consisting of an e-learning course and systematic practical hands-on training. The aim of this prospective study was to evaluate the learning outcome of this curriculum. MATERIALS AND METHODS 16 medical students with no previous ultrasound experience(More)
Increased chromosomal breakage was found in 12 patients with DSM-IV Tourette syndrome (TS) as compared with 10 non-TS control individuals with respect to untreated, modified RPM1-, and BrdU treated lymphocyte cultures (P < 0.001 in each category). A hypothesis is proposed that a major TS gene is probably connected to genetic instability, and associated(More)
Major industrial countries gradually developed from industrialised economies to informationand knowledge-based economies, where people became the most valuable asset to companies due to their abilities and valuable tacit knowledge. Unfortunately tacit knowledge is contained in people’s minds, is difficult to access and therefore needs to be captured so it(More)
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