Robin Perry

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We performed single-electron tunneling measurements on bilayer ruthenate Sr3Ru2O7. We observe an unusual oscillation in tunneling magnetoresistance near the metamagnetic quantum phase transition. The characteristic features of this oscillation suggest that it is unrelated to traditional quantum oscillations caused by orbit quantization. In addition,(More)
A perceived need of the patients may result in a request that may cause a conflict of interest for the doctor. Being honest about your own feelings and taking the time to explore the reasons for the patient's request will often provide a satisfactory outcome as this case illustrates.
What are the characteristics of a general practitioner and do they appear with time or are they inbred? What do GPs think of themselves and the professional life they have chosen? These questions and others should be answered as we follow the lives of different GPs at different stages of their professional lives. Each month we present the male and female(More)
This article reports the outcome evaluation findings of an experimental study conducted with families in the child welfare system in Florida. Families were randomly assigned to one of three Family Team Conferencing (FTC) models. In Pathway 1, the comparison model, FTCs were facilitated by case-workers. In Pathway 2, one of two experimental models, FTCs were(More)
Anecdotally one hears a great deal of concern and anger expressed by Oklahoma health care professionals over the growth of managed care in Oklahoma. Little has been in the professional literature, however, that explains the source of this resistance. The Oklahoma Rural Research and Demonstration Center sponsored a project to explore the opinions of Oklahoma(More)
In 2007, after more than 20 years of exhaustive negotiations, drafts and re-drafts between indigenous groups and member states, the United Nations (“UN”) finally adopted the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (“Declaration”) by an overwhelming majority.2 The UN thereby recognized the right of indigenous peoples “to promote, develop and maintain(More)
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