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Systematic reviews of care are increasingly potent guides to clinical practice, and it is important that all relevant randomized controlled trials (RCTs) are identified by those within the speciality of learning disability who produce such works. All RCTs in the Journal of Intellectual Disability Research and its predecessor were identified by(More)
Evidence-based nursing is becoming an increasingly widespread phenomenon in the nursing profession. As the evidence-based nursing movement grows, the Internet/World Wide Web has become a vital information link for keeping pace with current science and medical advancements. This article describes Internet resources currently available to support(More)
Indiana University's 20.48 Teraflop IBM e1350 BladeCenter supercomputer system ("Big Red") has been made available to researchers throughout the U.S. via the NSF-funded TeraGrid. The Big Red system finished 23rd on the June 2006 Top500 list, making it at that time the fastest supercomputer owned and operated by a U.S. university and also the fastest(More)
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