Lee Williams

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Welcome Welcome to the 6th Seattle Club Conference for researchers in intellectual disabilities in the UK and Republic of Ireland. Now in our sixth year, the conference has established a number of traditions which we have attempted to maintain in its organisation this year: • Our focus in on data-based presentations reporting findings gained through(More)
A partnership to improve access to health information via an urban public library system was established in St. Louis, Missouri, in 2011. A multiyear project was outlined that included an information needs assessment, a training class for public library staff, information kiosks at library branches for delivering printed consumer health materials, and a(More)
From the perspective of the UK energy policy and future energy generation mix scenarios, this research is focused on the optimisation of the future shape of the electricity generation by 2030. Main priorities for future energy production will be focused on three crucial factors based on reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, security supply and(More)
A graph has an equitable, defective k-coloring (an ED-k-coloring) if there is a kcoloring of V (G) that is defective (every vertex shares the same color with at most one neighbor) and equitable (the sizes of all color classes differ by at most one). A graph may have an ED-kcoloring, but no ED-(k + 1)-coloring. In this paper, we prove that planar graphs with(More)
This article presents the methods, findings, and implications of a participatory action research project that attempted to shed additional light on the debate over death with dignity (DWD) or physician-assisted suicide (PAS) legislation. In-depth, qualitative interviews with forty-five physically disabled residents of the San Francisco Bay Area, conducted(More)
Transferring cases from one therapist to another is a common occurrence, particularly in agency settings where therapists do training. Despite its prevalence, there is relatively little literature on the topic. The literature that does exist suggests that transferring cases can present challenges to both clients and therapists. In addition to reviewing(More)
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