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Epidemiological Concepts Regarding Disease Monitoring and Surveillance
Christensen Jette
Acta Veterinaria Scandinavica , 2001, DOI: 10.1186/1751-0147-42-s1-s11
Abstract: Definitions of epidemiological concepts regarding disease monitoring and surveillance can be found in textbooks on veterinary epidemiology. This paper gives a review of how the concepts: monitoring, surveillance, and disease control strategies are defined. Monitoring and surveillance systems (MO&SS) involve measurements of disease occurrence, and the design of the monitoring determines which types of disease occurrence measures can be applied. However, the knowledge of the performance of diagnostic tests (sensitivity and specificity) is essential to estimate the true occurrence of the disease. The terms, disease control programme (DCP) or disease eradication programme (DEP), are defined, and the steps of DCP/DEP are described to illustrate that they are a process rather than a static MO&SS.
Skrift, lyd og billede - om mediefag som fors g p VUC, Randers 1987 - 1989
Jette Tybjerg
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1989,
Abstract: Den 9. -11. december 1988 blev der p Danmarks L rerforenings kursus- center "Skarrildhus" ved Herning afholdt en nordisk konference om "De elektroniske billedmedier og mediep dagogikken" arrangeret af SMID. I konferencen deltog bl.a. forskere og undervisere inden for folkeskolen, gymnasiet og HF. Herfra stammer denne artikel, hvor Jytte Tybjerg g r sig til talsmand for et selvst ndigt fag i gymnasiet og p HF, og hun beskriver "det ideelle mediefag" som et fag, der rummer alle tre medier: aviser, radio og TV.
Mogens Meilby: Idé og research
Jette Tybjerg
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1989,
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Undervisningen i massekommunikation i samfundsfag
Jette Tybjerg
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1985,
Abstract: Undervisningen i massekommunikation i samfundsfag
Erik Farmann og Peter Kramh ft: Radio
Jette Tybjerg
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1989,
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The Role of Community Organizations in the Transformation of the Social Development Model in Quebec
Christian Jette
Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research , 2011,
Abstract: Community organizations have played a major role in the delivery of social services in Québec since the 1970s. Their activities aimed to provide an alternative to the heteronomous, bureaucratic practices of the public sector. But their desire to move away from the public sector did not prevent them from demanding financial support from the state. Historically, these associations' struggles have led to the establishment of an original partnership and a funding mode whereby they could retain their organizations' autonomy. This autonomy was the guarantee of both their specificity and their ability to innovate in terms of social practices. While this state recognition certainly remains in some respects ambivalent, it is nonetheless undeniable that these associations today constitute a significant component of the Québec model of social development. / Les organismes communautaires jouent un r le important dans la prestation de services sociaux au Québec depuis les années 1970. Leurs activités se sont développées dans l'optique d'apporter une alternative aux pratiques hétéronomes et bureaucratiques du secteur public. Cette volonté de se distancier du secteur public ne les a toutefois pas empêchés de revendiquer le soutien financier de l'état. Historiquement, les luttes menées par ces associations se sont donc traduites par la mise en place d'un partenariat original et l'établissement d'une mode de financement qui leur permet de préserver l'autonomie de leur organisation. Cette autonomie est le gage de leur spécificité et de leur capacité d'innover sur le plan des pratiques sociales. Certes, cette reconnaissance étatique demeure à certains égards ambigu . Néanmoins, il est indéniable que ces associations constituent aujourd'hui un élément important du modèle québécois du développement social.
Influence of wild-type MLL on glucocorticoid sensitivity and response to DNA-damage in pediatric acute lymphoblastic leukemia
Alex H Beesley, Janelle L Rampellini, Misty-Lee Palmer, Jasmin YS Heng, Amy L Samuels, Martin J Firth, Jette Ford, Ursula R Kees
Molecular Cancer , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1476-4598-9-284
Abstract: Negative correlation of MLL expression with GC resistance in 15 T-ALL cell lines was confirmed by quantitative RT-PCR. The absence of MLL-rearrangements suggested that this relationship represented expression of wild-type MLL. Analysis of MLL expression patterns revealed a negative relationship with cellular metabolism, proliferation and anti-apoptotic transcriptional networks. In silico analysis of published data demonstrated that reduced levels of MLL mRNA are associated with relapse and prednisolone resistance in T-ALL patients and adverse clinical outcome in children with MLL-rearranged ALL. RNAi knockdown of MLL expression in T-ALL cell lines significantly increased resistance to dexamethasone and gamma irradiation indicating an important role for wild-type MLL in the control of cellular apoptosis.The data suggests that reduced expression of wild-type MLL can contribute to GC resistance in ALL patients both with and without MLL-translocations.Among pediatric subtypes of acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL), infants and those with T-lineage ALL are particularly resistant to glucocorticoids (GCs), one of the most important classes of drug for this disease [1]. Rearrangement of the mixed lineage leukemia gene (MLL) gene affects 80% of ALL in infants and is associated with a particularly poor prognosis [2,3]. MLL is located at 11q23 and encodes a histone methyltransferase that through its regulation of HOX genes is essential for normal mammalian development and hematopoiesis [4]. A unique feature of the MLL locus is that it is subject to an extremely wide variety of rearrangements, including translocations with >50 partner genes on various chromosomes, as well as deletions, inversions, internal duplications and gene amplifications [4-6]. There are conflicting reports on the relative GC responses of patients with different MLL translocations [7,8], but those with t(4;11) translocations appear particularly resistant [3,8,9]. The biological basis for the documented GC r
Vitamin Supplement - Editorial
Jette Jakobsen,Anette Bysted
Food & Nutrition Research , 2012, DOI: 10.3402/fnr.v56i0.17206
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évaluation en génération automatique de textes : le ons tirées de la génération d'expressions référentielles Evaluation in Natural Language Generation: Lessons from Referring Expression Generation
Jette Viethen,Robert Dale
Traitement Automatique des Langues , 2008,
Abstract: As one of the most well-defined subtasks in Natural Language Generation (NLG), the generation of referring expressions looks like a strong candidate for piloting shared evaluation tasks. Different to other areas of Natural Language Processing, it is still unclear what benefit the introduction of such tasks might have for the field of NLG. Based on an earlier evaluation of a number of well-established algorithms for the generation of referring expressions, this paper explores several problems that arise in designing evaluation for this task, and identifies general considerations that need to be met in evaluating Natural Language Generation subtasks.
J rgen Poulsen og Ole Prehn: Hybridnet, satelitter og f llesantenneanl g. konomiske og kulturelle perspektiver i de lokale tv-net / Ole Prehn: N rradio og lokal-tv. En ny kommunal opgave / J rgen Poulsen: Hybridnettet og erhvervslivet
Jette Buus Gravesen
MedieKultur : Journal of Media and Communication Research , 1987,
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