Rick Swindell

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This edited collection of cutting edge papers addresses a topic that to the best of my knowledge has not attracted much research, the utilization of information technology for bridging the " Grey Divide " namely, the divide between the aging population and the younger one. As the authors indicate, aging is not new. It has been with us since time immemorial(More)
The pre-treatment serum levels of neuron-specific enolase (NSE), phosphohexose isomerase (PHI) and circulating immune complexes (CC) as tumour markers were compared to measurements of standard haematology and biochemical indices in 73 patients with lung cancer, as an aid to differentiation of tumour type, estimating disease extent, predicting response to(More)
Population aging is refocusing aging policy away from mainly remedial actions towards low cost preventative interventions that keep older people independent and participating in their communities for longer. The purpose of this chapter is 3-fold: 1) to outline the elements of the successful aging model; 2) to explain the worldwide, self-help University of(More)
O nline technologies have the potential to exponentially increase the availability of information to classrooms, alter the nature of communications and extend the environment in which individuals think, communicate, process data and learn. In the hands of able and informed teachers, they can play a prominent role in student learning. Schools are responding(More)
tumours, where biopsy of marrow is important, are shorter than that on ery-throid disorders, where the aspirate is the more important investigation. The text is by necessity a cursory discussion of marrow pathology, but it could have taken the opportunity to discuss in greater detail such topics as the value of multiple biopsies in staging lymphomas or(More)
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