author={Eva-Maria Kobak and Simone Cardoso de Oliveira},
  journal={Music Educators Journal},
  pages={64 - 64}
Place an abstract here. Should be around 100-150 words. 

Commentary from the front lines: American physician assistants working in a United Kingdom emergency department

The experience of American PAs working in one NHS trust are discussed, highlighting the cultural differences in the environment of the emergency departments in the two countries that will influence the scope of practice of PAs in the UK.

statementAthletic Trainers' Association position of sport related concussion: summary of the Research based recommendations on management

The next generation of policymakers and decision-makers will have to consider climate change in a more holistic way than in the past, and how to respond to it in a socially responsible way.

On the likelihood of improving the accuracy of the census through statistical adjustment

In this article, we sketch procedures for taking the census, making adjustments, and evaluating the results. Despite what you read in the newspapers, the census is remarkably accurate. Statistical

On Evolution of Migrating Population with Two Competing Species

This paper assumes and concentrates on the case when only one species (A) is mobile and gets at equilibrium spatial population distribution (A, B) in which A occupies location '1' only, while B-species is the ultimate winner in '2'.

Transcranial magnetic stimulation and tinnitus: implications for theory and practice

The paper by Plewnia et al, 1 reported on the efficacy of delivering 10 sessions of low-frequency repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation over the temporoparietal association cortex to treat chronic tinnitus.

Transcription factor STAT3 as a prognostic marker and therapeutic target in cancer.

  • D. Frank
  • Biology
    Journal of clinical oncology : official journal of the American Society of Clinical Oncology
  • 2013
The authors asked the important question of whether activation of STAT3 has prognostic significance in patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma treated with the standard first-line therapy of rituximab plus cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and prednisone and found that this signature also had strong prognostic weight in this patient population.

Characteristics and Ablation Outcomes of Atrial Tachycardia in Patients with Prior Cardiac Surgery vs. Spontaneous Scars: Where Are the Differences?

Compared with patients with PCS, patients with SS have more ATs, especially with higher occurrence of SMAT and FAT, and had a lower long-term success rate and higher incidence of SND.

Association between radiographic damage of the spine and spinal mobility for individual patients with ankylosing spondylitis: can assessment of spinal mobility be a proxy for radiographic evaluation?

This study unequivocally demonstrated a relationship between spinal mobility and radiographic damage, however, spinal mobility cannot be used as a proxy for radiographic evaluation in an individual patient.

Abnormal vascular network complexity: a new phenotypic marker in hereditary non-polyposis colorectal cancer syndrome

Increased oral vascular network complexity is a previously unrecognised phenotypic marker for LCFS2, and is related to gene mutation carrier status.



Claustrophobia during magnetic resonance imaging: Cohort study in over 55,000 patients

To evaluate whether MR scanners with acoustic noise reduction and a short magnetic bore reduce the rate of claustrophobic reactions, an attempt is made to assess the effect of temperature and pressure on the response of the subject.

Discrete‐choice experiment to analyse preferences for centralizing specialist cancer surgery services

Evaluated preferences of patients, health professionals and members of the public for the characteristics associated with centralization in specialist cancer surgery services to reduce variations in quality of care and improve patient outcomes.

Claustrophobia and premature termination of magnetic resonance imaging examinations

To evaluate the incidence of MRI‐related claustrophobia and prematurely terminated MRI (ptMRI) examinations due to claUSTrophobia in a large‐scale cohort study, a large- scale cohort study is conducted.

Cancer patients' preferences of care within hospitals: a systematic literature review.

  • G. PetersenJ. KnudsenM. Vinter
  • Medicine
    International journal for quality in health care : journal of the International Society for Quality in Health Care
  • 2015
It seems that cancer patients treated in hospitals with a curative intent find treatment-related information, professional standard and short delay of diagnosis and treatment most important.

The human core of the shared socioeconomic pathways: Population scenarios by age, sex and level of education for all countries to 2100

  • S. KcW. Lutz
  • Economics
    Global environmental change : human and policy dimensions
  • 2017

How Should We Investigate Breast Implant Rupture?

A cohort of patients presenting with breast implant complications was examined to establish the sensitivity and specificity of clinical examination, Ultrasound Scanning (US) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) in the diagnosis of implant rupture, and to examine the correlation between US and MRI.

The Theory of Island Biogeography

Preface to the Princeton Landmarks in Biology Edition vii Preface xi Symbols Used xiii 1. The Importance of Islands 3 2. Area and Number of Speicies 8 3. Further Explanations of the Area-Diversity

Breast MRI: EUSOBI recommendations for women’s information

Information on breast MRI concerns advantages/disadvantages and preparation to the examination, and Claustrophobia, implantable devices, allergic predisposition, and renal function should be checked.

Practical Issues in Conducting a Discrete Choice Experiment

This chapter walks the reader through the stages of a discrete choice experiment (DCE) application drawing on concepts introduced in Chapters 1 and 2. A case study eliciting women’s preferences for