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BACKGROUND Literacy in the head and neck cancer patient has been understudied. Health literacy (HL) is "the degree to which individuals have the capacity to obtain, process, and understand basic health information and services needed to make appropriate health care decisions." Limited HL skills reduce access to health care. We surveyed our patients who… (More)
A metallic double dot is measured with radio frequency reflectometry. Changes in the total electron number of the double dot are determined via single electron tunnelling contributions to the complex electrical impedance. Electron counting experiments are performed by monitoring the impedance, demonstrating operation of a single electron ammeter without the… (More)
Once again the tired debate about uniforms is raised (letters January 15). Is a dress, with a nice belt and buckle all that defines us as nurses? While I believe that nurses should ensure they are presentable and portray a professional image, there is a great deal more to being a nurse than this.
Pronounced changes in temperature, salinity (density) and upwelling have occurred in surface and deeper waters of the oceans, contributing with changing patterns and strength of winds to an alteration in ocean circulation. Together these changes have a potentially large impact through feedbacks on climate change.