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Number of objectives and conclusions in dissertations and thesis
Liebano, Richard Eloin;Dias, Sandra Lopes;Ferreira, Lydia Masako;
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-86502005000400002
Abstract: purpose: to analyze the number of objectives and conclusions presented in dissertations and thesis defended at federal university of s?o paulo - paulista school of medicine (unifesp - epm). methods: it was realized a search in the master degree dissertations and doctor degree thesis defended at federal university of s?o paulo - paulista school of medicine in the years 2002 and 2003 that were found available in the central library of this university. results: from 723 master dissertations analyzed, 62 (8,57%) presented only one objective and one conclusion, 134 (18,53%) presented one objective and more than one conclusion and 527 (72,89%) had more than one objective and more than one conclusion. from 502 doctor thesis analyzed, 23 (4,58%) presented only one objective and one conclusion, 123 (24,50%) presented one objective and more than one conclusion and 376 (74,90%) had more than one objective and more than one conclusion.. conclusions: it wasn't found in researched literature the number of objectives and conclusions a scientific work must have. a highest number of thesis and dissertations presented more than one objective and more than one conclusion.
Number of objectives and conclusions in dissertations and thesis  [cached]
Liebano Richard Eloin,Dias Sandra Lopes,Ferreira Lydia Masako
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2005,
Abstract: PURPOSE: To analyze the number of objectives and conclusions presented in dissertations and thesis defended at Federal University of S o Paulo - Paulista School of Medicine (UNIFESP - EPM). METHODS: It was realized a search in the master degree dissertations and doctor degree thesis defended at Federal University of S o Paulo - Paulista School of Medicine in the years 2002 and 2003 that were found available in the central library of this university. RESULTS: From 723 master dissertations analyzed, 62 (8,57%) presented only one objective and one conclusion, 134 (18,53%) presented one objective and more than one conclusion and 527 (72,89%) had more than one objective and more than one conclusion. From 502 doctor thesis analyzed, 23 (4,58%) presented only one objective and one conclusion, 123 (24,50%) presented one objective and more than one conclusion and 376 (74,90%) had more than one objective and more than one conclusion.. CONCLUSIONS: It wasn't found in researched literature the number of objectives and conclusions a scientific work must have. A highest number of thesis and dissertations presented more than one objective and more than one conclusion.
Abstracts of Papers Presented at the 2005 Pittsburgh Conference  [PDF]
Peter B. Stockwell
Journal of Analytical Methods in Chemistry , 2005, DOI: 10.1155/jammc.2005.59
Abstract: To attend or not to attend, that is the question. The Pittsburgh Conference continues to pose this conundrum to conferees and exhibitors alike. This year's conference was the first to be presented without a set of paper abstracts—a good thing some would say but this old codger always used the paper abstracts to select papers of interest to our readership and to seek a full publication. The exhibit took its usual format but it seemed that there were less manufacturers present. The information presented to the attendees was also lacking and many companies' details were missing from the final program book, an omission no doubt on their behalf—my company was one of these—however I feel sure that past Pittcon organizers would have been more persistent in getting the required details for the audience. As is now the norm, many of the presentations take the form of posters displayed within the exhibition area. Without a driver to get the audience there, the traffic was slow, to say the least. Lecture presentations were also attended in a mixed fashion. So the Pittsburgh Conference show moves on, and again next year it will be held in Orlando from 12 March to 17 March 2006. No doubt I will be there making it a straight 31 in a row; in Pittsburgh Conference terms I am just a beginner with many of the attendees making more shows in a run than that. Selected abstracts dealing with topics of interest to the readers of this journal follow—hopefully many of these groups will be willing to publish their work either within this journal or elsewhere.
Graduate Formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil: A Study Based on Academic Production of Thesis and Dissertations Graduate Formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil: A Study Based on Academic Production of Thesis and Dissertations Graduate Formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil: A Study Based on Academic Production of Thesis and Dissertations  [cached]
Heitor de Paula Filho,Cristina Gomes de Souza
Journal of technology management & innovation , 2009,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present information on the graduate formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil based on academic production of thesis and dissertations. This study analyzed data from 278 documents indexed in Bank of Thesis of Capes. The results show that: 1) only in the last years started the formation of professionals at the master’s and doctorate degree levels being necessary efforts for learning and training in the area; 2) the formation of competences is much concentrated in the Southeast and South regions of the country and in the area of Law being necessary to correct these asymmetries; and 3) the principal focus of this academic production is related to intellectual property policy followed by patents. The aim of this paper is to present information on the graduate formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil based on academic production of thesis and dissertations. This study analyzed data from 278 documents indexed in Bank of Thesis of Capes. The results show that: 1) only in the last years started the formation of professionals at the master’s and doctorate degree levels being necessary efforts for learning and training in the area; 2) the formation of competences is much concentrated in the Southeast and South regions of the country and in the area of Law being necessary to correct these asymmetries; and 3) the principal focus of this academic production is related to intellectual property policy followed by patents. The aim of this paper is to present information on the graduate formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil based on academic production of thesis and dissertations. This study analyzed data from 278 documents indexed in Bank of Thesis of Capes. The results show that: 1) only in the last years started the formation of professionals at the master’s and doctorate degree levels being necessary efforts for learning and training in the area; 2) the formation of competences is much concentrated in the Southeast and South regions of the country and in the area of Law being necessary to correct these asymmetries; and 3) the principal focus of this academic production is related to intellectual property policy followed by patents.
HIV/AIDS and nursing in thesis and dissertations - 1980 to 2005. A bibliographic study.  [cached]
Sonia Acioli,Denize Cristina de Oliveira,Ant?nio Marcos Tosoli Gomes,Ariádina Heringer
Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing , 2006,
Abstract: This is a bibliographical research, aiming to identify and analyze the dissertations about the Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) and nursing presented in brazilian graduate programs, from 1980 to 2005. 128 studies were selected in on-line and digital data bases, using the descriptors “HIV or AIDS and nursing”. The data analysis was quantitative and through thematic content analysis, according to : year of presentation; graduate programs; area of knowledge; theoretical referential; type of study; field of study; subjects; and thematics. The analysis gives evidence that the majority of the studies were about HIV positive patients in hospital settings, using qualitative approaches. It is concluded that there is a need for more reflections on the methodological approaches and the thematics related at the HIV/AIDS.
Graduate Formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil: A Study Based on Academic Production of Thesis and Dissertations
de Paula Filho,Heitor; Gomes de Souza,Cristina;
Journal of technology management & innovation , 2009, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-27242009000200013
Abstract: the aim of this paper is to present information on the graduate formation in intellectual property in brazil based on academic production of thesis and dissertations. this study analyzed data from 278 documents indexed in bank of thesis of capes. the results show that: 1) only in the last years started the formation of professionals at the master 's and doctorate degree levels being necessary efforts for learning and training in the area; 2) the formation of competences is much concentrated in the southeast and south regions of the country and in the area of law being necessary to correct these asymmetries; and 3) the principal focus of this academic production is related to intellectual property policy followed by patents.
Graduate Formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil: A Study Based on Academic Production of Thesis and Dissertations  [cached]
Heitor de Paula Filho,Cristina Gomes de Souza
Journal of technology management & innovation , 2009,
Abstract: The aim of this paper is to present information on the graduate formation in Intellectual Property in Brazil based on academic production of thesis and dissertations. This study analyzed data from 278 documents indexed in Bank of Thesis of Capes. The results show that: 1) only in the last years started the formation of professionals at the master’s and doctorate degree levels being necessary efforts for learning and training in the area; 2) the formation of competences is much concentrated in the Southeast and South regions of the country and in the area of Law being necessary to correct these asymmetries; and 3) the principal focus of this academic production is related to intellectual property policy followed by patents.
Does thesis and dissertations generate scientific papers? Analysis based in 3 physical education graduate programs  [PDF]
Plínio dos Santos Ramos,Emanuel Couto Furtado,Elcy Ramon Franco Carvalho,Monique Opuszcka Campos
Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity , 2009,
Abstract: RAMOS, P. S.; FURTADO, E. C.; CARVALHO, E. R. F.; CAMPOS, M. O.; SOUZA, D. V. B. C.; ALMEIDA, L.D. P.; ARAúJO, C. G. S. Does thesis and dissertations generate scientific papers? Analysis based in 3physical education graduate programs. Brazilian Journal of Biomotricity, v. 3, n. 4, p. 315-324, 2009.Objective: To evaluate, retrospectively, published papers originating from thesis and dissertations concludedin three graduate programs (GP) in Physical Education. Methods: Titles and name of authors from thesis anddissertations concluded in 1998 and 2002 of 3 GP were searched in order to identify the published papers.Following, the papers were divided according to: master or doctoral degree, conclusion year, primaryemphasis (biological or sociocultural), institution and, if, they were published in indexed journals or not -Medline-PubMed and/or SciELO – in the following five years. Results: A total of 94 graduates concluded in1998 and 2002 in the three GP selected, generating a total of 46 published papers, being only eight of themin indexed journals, all produced predominantly with biological emphasis. While, the number of concludingstudents almost double from 1998 to 2002 - 31 to 66 -, the number of published papers remained steady,producing a mean publication rate decrease from .70 to .38. The mean publication rate is larger for doctoratecourses (p = .005) and about twice larger for those with biological emphasis (p=.041). The graduatedprogram better evaluated by CAPES has a higher publication rate (p=.012), while the number of publishedpapers do not differ between the two other GPs (p=.11). Conclusion: Recent quantitative and qualitativeincrement of overall Brazilian scientific production, as papers published in journals, it seems not be occurringin Physical Education GP. The inclusion of a specific item in GP reports to CAPES regarding paperspublished in the years following conclusion of graduate studies will allow a reliable and valid follow-up of theGPs’ graduate publication rate.
Second International Conference on Rapid Response System and Medical Emergency Team, 28–30 June 2006, Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Francesca Rubulotta, Michael R Pinsky
Critical Care , 2006, DOI: 10.1186/cc5057
Abstract: The conference focused mainly on the four components of a RRS and how they foster a safer hospital. Patient safety and quality improvement were the highlights and backdrops for all the presentations. Experts from around the world emphasized that safety is a component of the broader concept of 'quality', which includes care that is effective, efficient, patient-centered, timely and equitable [1].The opening lecture from Prof. DeVita was entitled 'Sick hospitals or sick patients?' This lecture considered whether hospitals are optimally designed for sick patients. It was suggested that many hospital systems do not prevent errors and that their infrastructures do not compensate for errors made. Moreover, hospital managers may hide or not recognize errors instead of learning from them. It is intuitively not possible to prevent further mistakes without understanding previous inaccuracies. Presently, the state of the art often is that patients who die in general wards have often received delayed or inadequate care. The intent of a RRS is to prevent harm and death in patients acutely deteriorating in the hospital. A RRS is an organized structure composed of several elements including an afferent arm and an efferent arm.The response or efferent arm is called the MET or rapid response team. A MET is composed of a trained group of healthcare practitioners who respond to crises outside the emergency department or the intensive care unit. The purpose of the MET is to improve patient outcome. This goal is achieved using several strategies including early transfer to the intensive care unit, thereby reducing adverse effects. METs are rapidly gaining acceptance in the United States, Australia and Europe.The afferent arm is patient-in-crisis detection and the response triggering component. This capability is needed to reliably provide needed critical care resources to a patient who is suddenly critically ill in a location without the resources. The biggest obstacle to providing a co
Information behavior inside brazilian’s information science dissertations and thesis from 2007-2012: Literature review Comportamento informacional em teses e disserta es na ciência da informa o no Brasil entre 2007-2012: revis o de literatura  [cached]
Vitor Taga,Ursula Blattmann
Biblios , 2013, DOI: 10.5195/biblios.2012.52
Abstract: Studies of information behavior have attracted interest from several areas of knowledge, including information science. We conducted an exhaustive documentary research into dissertations and thesis published in eleven brazilian Post-Graduate Programs in Information Science, from 2007 to april 2012. Were identified a total of 465 thesis and 157 thesis published in the respective period. By applying the choice of the following terms in the title and keywords: Informational Behavior; Information Seeking-Behavior; Information Needs; User Studies; Information Seeking; Information Access; Use of Information; Needs, Seeking, Access and Use of Information; Sense-Making; Decision Making; and Information Retrieval was obtained 88 thesis and 17 dissertations for analysis. The most occurred terms in the title were: Decision Making (11), Information Behavior (10) and Information Retrieval (10). It should be noted that in the keywords Information Retrieval (49) had the highest frequency of occurrence between terms, followed by User Studies (19), Information Behavior (15), Information Needs (12), Decision Making (10). The average between 2007 and 2010 was 19 published papers per year. The study identified the published work advisors and generate a graph which shows the central position of six advisors: Ricardo Barbosa (UFMG), Monica Nassif Erichsen Borges (UFMG), Murilo Bastos da Cunha (UNB), Emir Jose Suaiden ( UNB), Helen de Castro Silva Casarin (UNESP), Isa Maria Freire (UFF / UFPB). The information behavior theme appears with more frequently in the follow institutions: UFMG, UNB, UNESP and UFPB. The survey showed the continuity studies in this area and pointed out that approximately one fifth of thesis and 1/10 of dissertations studies cover this area in Brazil. Estudos sobre comportamento informacional têm atraído o interesse de diversas áreas do conhecimento, entre elas a Ciência da Informa o. Realizou-se uma pesquisa documental exaustiva em ambito brasileiro, das teses e disserta es apresentadas nos onze Programas de Pós-Gradua o de Ciência da Informa o, defendidas no período de 2007 a abril de 2012. Foi identificado um total de 465 disserta es e 157 teses publicadas no respectivo período. Ao aplicar a escolha dos seguintes termos no título e palavras-chave: Comportamento Informacional; Comportamento de Busca da Informa o; Necessidade de Informa o; Estudo de Usuários; Busca da Informa o; Acesso à informa o; Uso da Informa o; Necessidade, Busca, Acesso e Uso da Informa o; Sense-Making; Tomada de decis o; e, Recupera o da Informa o obteve-se para a an
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