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An e-communication initiative was developed between criminologists in Manchester Metropolitan University in Britain and the University of West Florida in the USA. This paper discusses this e-communication project, locating it within wider economic and political imperatives and examining the project conceptualization, its design and realization.
A large gulf remains between what we know and what we practise. Eisenberg and Garzon point to widespread variation in the use of aspirin, calcium antagonists, blockers, and anti-ischaemic drugs in the United States, Europe, andCanada despite good evidence on their best use. Such variation is common not only internationally but within countries. Large gaps(More)
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