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Music therapy addresses physiological, cognitive, and social needs of individuals and employs music to enhance quality of human lives through creation of positive changes. In this paper, we consider applying music therapy to human-computer interfaces, based on quality of life supporters (QLS) of self-explanatory type, and oriented to elderly and disabled(More)
Interprofessional critical care training (ICCT) is an important activity that helps develop and formalize an understanding of the roles, expertise, and unique contributions attributed to members of multi-disciplinary teams in critical situations. Such training is of particular importance for teams that operate under tight time constraints in highly(More)
Butyrylcholinesterase (BChE) is synthesized in the liver and found in high concentrations in blood plasma, liver, heart, pancreas, vascular endothelium, skin, brain white matter, smooth muscle cells and adipocytes. BChE is a non specific enzyme that hydrolyzes different choline esters (succinylcholine, mivacurium) and many other drugs such as aspirin,(More)
In this paper, we discuss some ideas and tools for Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) capable of spanning over and integrating a multiplicity of subject fields. Multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and pandisciplinary educational content, its presentation in different forms, as well as methods and technologies for its integration in TEL are considered.(More)
Learning of kanji is a complex process that requires significant time and effort for understanding fundamentals of kanji construction, developing adequate writing skills, retention of proper meaning and language use, etc. Research presented in this work addresses earlier stages of kanji learning where basic understanding of kanji composition takes place and(More)