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Addressing Medical Students' Negative Bias Toward Patients With Obesity Through Ethics Education.
Medical students have negative attitudes about obesity that are consistent over time, so providing opportunities for students to discuss their personal experiences and beliefs about obesity within an ethics framework and using popular media as a basis for discussion might improve their attitudes toward obesity.
Soundin' Canaan: Music, Resistance, and Citizenship in African Canadian Poetry
I would like to acknowledge that this research was supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
The Problem of Pendar :a lost abbey in medieval Senghenydd and the transformation of the church in South Wales
This thesis began life as an investigation of monastic patronage on the Southern Welsh March between the coming of the Normans and around 1300. Investigation of this broad area of research identified
Cyphers: Hip-Hop and Improvisation
Critical Studies in Improvisation / Études critiques en improvisation invites submissions for a special issue with the theme “Cyphers: Hip Hop and Improvisation,” guest-edited by Rebecca Caines and