Roger Kirkby

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The article describes the efforts of a coalition of agricultural research centres, Seeds of Hope (SOH) in the rebuilding, of Rwanda, after the genocide and war of 1994. Research involvement in emergency relief and rehabilitation was unusual at the time and SOH had to forge its unique complementary role. Focusing on crop and variety development and(More)
Attitudes and preferences were surveyed in therapists undertaking an introductory continuing education unit in Psychology. The findings of the survey indicated clear support for continuing education in the health sciences. The survey also supplied an objective evaluation of how satisfactorily the unit was taught, and how effectively the unit achieved its(More)
One hundred subjects (50 males and 50 females) were randomly selected from five different socioeconomic groups within a rural Victorian town. The subjects were asked to indicate from which of four therapy groups they would seek treatment for three specified medical conditions. The subjects indicated a significant preference to seek treatment from a(More)
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