This paper examines communication tools for software development and data management teams who are distributed geographically. Using a case study approach, we describe collaboration processes used by RTI International's (RTI's) application programming teams for three projects. Techniques range from simple conference calls and email through webcasts,… (More)
Central auditory processing disorders in children are introduced and defined. The article explains who should be evaluated and for what reasons. The evaluation process, test stimuli, and use of assessment findings are presented.
BACKGROUND Experimental studies have shown that administration of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) to susceptible individuals can lead to the development of congestive heart failure (CHF). There have been few epidemiological investigations of the importance of this adverse effect. OBJECTIVE To estimate the relative risk of first admission to… (More)
Acknowledgments This booklet is the product of the collaborative efforts of many people at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and in each of the PRAMS participating states. Members of the PRAMS team and others in the Division of Reproductive Health at CDC provided helpful review and commentary for this booklet. In addition, two PRAMS… (More)
The popularity and reported success of biofeedback treatment for neuromuscular disorders has occurred despite a lack of research identifying the critical variables responsible for therapeutic gain. In this study, we assessed the degree to which severe neurological dysfunction could be improved by using one of the components present in all biofeedback… (More)