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To attend or not to attend? Why some students chose school and others reject it
This article considers the issues of attendance and non-attendance, the latter of which has been recently linked with ‘behaviour’ in a range of policy initiatives in England. John Dwyfor Davies andExpand
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Pupils' views on special educational needs practice
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Union Learning Representatives—a new source of professional support for Scottish teachers
Union Learning Representatives (ULRs) are a relatively recent phenomenon and are a new category of lay representation within the workplace in the United Kingdom. They are part of the present NewExpand
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A phase I trial of low-dose inhaled carbon monoxide in sepsis-induced ARDS.
BACKGROUND Acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) is a prevalent disease with significant mortality for which no effective pharmacologic therapy exists. Low-dose inhaled carbon monoxide (iCO)Expand
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What does it take to have a successful noninvasive ventilation program?
The use of noninvasive ventilation (NIV) has dramatically increased over the last decade. This increase is multifaceted with regard to the number of patients receiving NIV and in the increasinglyExpand
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Should a Portable Ventilator Be Used in All In-Hospital Transports?
Movement of the mechanically ventilated patient may be for a routine procedure or medical emergency. The risks of transport seem manageable, but the memory of a respiratory-related catastrophe stillExpand
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Clinical Management Strategies for Airway Pressure Release Ventilation: A Survey of Clinical Practice
BACKGROUND: Airway pressure release ventilation (APRV) is a commonly used mode of ventilation designed to increase mean airway pressure and thus oxygenation. Different strategies for clinicalExpand
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Union Learning Representatives: a case study of the Public and Commercial Services Union
Abstract Union Learning Representatives (ULRs) are a relatively recent phenomenon and are a new category of lay representation within the workplace in the United Kingdom. They are part of the presentExpand
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What we tell them is not what they hear: The importance of appropriate and effective communication to sustain parental engagement at transition points
This paper examines the way that parents perceive and react to the way schools communicate with them. Particular focus was placed on parents who could be identified as moderately marginalised andExpand
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