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Comunidades científicas e infra-estrutura tecnológica no Brasil para uso de recursos eletr?nicos de comunica??o e informa??o na pesquisa
Pinheiro, Lena Vania Ribeiro;
Ciência da Informa??o , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-19652003000300008
Abstract: usage study of communication and information electronic resources by brazilian researchers in the generation of new knowledge. the analysis encompasses the frequency of participation in the network as well as the intervenient factors, usage aims and the relevance of this technology. electronic resources and traditional printed ones are compared in scientific and technical information usage and access. results identified perceptions and perspectives, among which the coming together of scientific communication and scientific divulgation, the confluence of communication and information processes and the growing interest for research in the area, including brazil. considering the importance of electronic resources for research, there is a need for its constant expansion and updating, which implies investments by brazilian institutions and its insertion in the national public policies.
Ciência da Informa??o: 32 anos (1972-2004) no caminho da história e horizontes de um periódico científico brasileiro
Pinheiro, Lena Vania Ribeiro;Br?scher, Marisa;Burnier, Sonia;
Ciência da Informa??o , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-19652005000300003
Abstract: analysis of information science (ciência da informa??o) journal of ibict, in its extrinsic and intrinsic qualities. the former are related to form and include the sections, the bibliographic patterns and the refereeing system. the intrinsic characteristics cover the analysis of paper?s contents, the productivity of authors and the authorship patterns. results give evidence of its national and international repercussion. the evolution process of information science in its change to the electronic format accentuate the dissemination and universal access to information. results demonstrate that the information science journal is a space to discuss relevant and current themes of the area in its advancements and it contributes to the consolidation and expansion of information science in brazil.
A abordagem teórica de A. I. Mikhailov sobre o termo informa o científica / The theorical approach of A. I. Mikhailov about the term scientific information
Roberto Lopes dos Santos Junior,Lena Vania Ribeiro Pinheiro
Revista Digital de Biblioteconomia e Ciência da Informa??o , 2010,
Abstract: Estudo sobre a abordagem do pesquisador soviético A. I. Mikhailov (1905-1988), em sua produ o bibliográfica, sobre aspectos referentes ao conceito informa o científica, principal objeto de pesquisa do campo em Ciência da Informa o na antiga Uni o Soviética, e a analises feitas pelo autor sobre a defini o, características e valores relacionados a esse termo. O estudo desses conceitos, quando possível, será relacionado à emergência e ao desenvolvimento da Ciência da Informa o no período onde essas idéias foram desenvolvidas e publicadas (décadas de 1950 a 1970), onde essa nomenclatura exerceu considerável influencia para esse, na época, embrionário campo de pesquisa.
Imagem corporal e comportamentos de risco para transtornos alimentares em bailarinos profissionais
Ribeiro, Lena Guimar?es;Veiga, Gloria Valeria da;
Revista Brasileira de Medicina do Esporte , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-86922010000200004
Abstract: introduction and objective: great concern with physical appearance and fitness as well as constant pressure in maintaining low body weight make ballet dancers a risk group for the development of eating disorders (ed). the objective of the present study was to evaluate the body image perception and its association with risk behavior for ed in professional ballet dancers. method: sixty-one dancers (39 women and 22 men) who represent the brazilian classical ballet elite were assessed. the portuguese versions of eating attitudes test (eat-26) and bulimic investigatory test edinburgh (bite) questionnaires were used to evaluate de risk behavior for ed. stunkard′s standard silhouettes were used to assess body image perception. association between variables was evaluated through the prevalence ratio (pr) and respective 95% confidence interval (ci). results: thirty-one dancers (50.8%) would like to have smaller silhouette than the usual. the presence of risk behavior for ed was 2.71 times higher (ci 95%=1.02-7.18) among those who would like to have smaller silhouette than the usual and 2.64 times higher (ci 95% = 1.20 - 5.80) among those who would like to have smaller silhouette than the ones considered healthier. conclusion: the high frequency of body dissatisfaction found can be collaborating for the onset of risk behavior for ed in professional ballet dancers.
The Impact of CBSE’s Activities on E-Commerce Applications  [PDF]
Lena Khaled
iBusiness (IB) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2013.51A005
Abstract:

Component based technology is widely used for both academicians and business. There are numbers of benefits for using this type of technology. First, it helps to increase the efficiency and maintainability of software. Second, it improves quality and helps to enhance productivity. Third, the reuse approach that supports component based technology decreases the time to market. Component based e-commerce can be used to solve e-commerce difficulties at application level as well as at system level. This paper introduces how component based activities have effect mainly on building the framework of the e-commerce. It also discusses how the architectural design of the application can be synthesized.

A implanta o da coleta seletiva de lixo em escolas do município de Araguari (MG): equívocos e perspectivas
Mirna Gertrudes Ribeiro Oliveira,Vania Rúbia Farias Vlach
Revista Sociedade & Natureza , 2005,
Abstract: Human beings have never removed so much of the environment as in recent years. Guided byvalues based on consumerism, they have entered in the dynamics of nature. Removing from it at anycost, its resources: minerals, flora, fauna, besides water, soil and which become more and more aplace of discharge of various pollutants. As a result of this society of consumerism, waste appearsas na ally, producing thousands of tons of garbage daily by human beings. Recently, the politics ofthe administration of urban solid residues in Brazil created by the Federal Government, whichincludes the support of organizations of collectors of recycled waste, has encouraged the implanta-tion of the selective collection of garbage and the passing on of funds for the implantation of sanitary landfills in municipal districts. In Araguari (MG) this process began in 2001. This was themoment in which we participated more directly in the implantation of the selective collection. A lotof experience was accumulated during this participation, especially the implantation of the selec-tive colletion in schools of the municipal district. In this article, we will make reference to theseexperiences, contemplating the misunderstandings and the progress conquered. With this, webelieved to be contributing with those who want, in the school context, to begin or to reformulateways in the universe of the separation of materials be sent to recycling industries.
Escola ecologizada:compromissos e desafios da educa o ambiental
Mirna Gertrudes Ribeiro Oliveira,Vania Rúbia Farias Vlach
Revista Sociedade & Natureza , 2004,
Abstract: More than a confinde science, Ecology shows us today how to see life and act in ti. In recent years, Deep Ecology a proposal by Arne Naess in 1973, has brought up questions that make us review our concepts and attitudes by proposing that each individual opens themselves to a personal revolution, changing their deportmente in light of the world. After advancing for o long period of time without objetcitves and clear methodologies, formal Environmental Education is beginning to be seen and lived as na important dimentsion in the educational process. This process, individual criticisms and is capable of constructing alternative ways to minimize social environmental problems. For this to happen, a scholl in its totality, must turn to na integrated work which the complexity of relations is developed to be a reference to the definition of its pedagogical proposal.
Another look at ADHD
Vania Lucia De Morais Ribeiro,Jose' Carlos Cavalheiro Da Silveira
Dialogues in Philosophy, Mental and Neuro Sciences , 2009,
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The Health and Well-Being among Children with Diabetes and Low HbA1c—A Qualitative Study in Sweden  [PDF]
Lena Lendahls, Ingrid Edvardsson
Health (Health) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/health.2018.105044
Abstract: Aims and objectives: To examine health and well-being, as well as the need for support among children and parents where the child has T1DM with low HbA1c (<52 mmol/mole). The purpose was also to investigate the extent to which children’s and parents’ experiences match. Introduction: Studies have shown that children with diabetes type 1 (T1DM) rate their lives as worse than healthy peer ratings. In Sweden, views have been expressed that children, as well as their parents, feel pressurized by the diabetes teams to achieve low HbA1c values, which can lead to poorer mental health for the family. Design: A qualitative study. Methods: A consecutive sample of 11 children and their parents (one father, ten mothers) was interviewed together but individually guided by a semi structured interview guide. Interviews were analyzed using thematic content analysis. Results: Four main categories were consistent across children and their parents; 1) attitude to the illness, 2) sadness about diabetes, 3) the importance of the social network, and 4) the importance of the diabetes team. Worries about hyperglycemia were more prominent than worries about hypoglycemia in both children and parents. A distinguishing feature of the interviewed children was that they were responsible, strict and targeted. Many of them were competitive and took part in various sports, even at a very advanced level. Conclusions: This study shows that children with low HbA1c values experience good health and good well-being. Family support, good planning, and high acceptance of their illness contributed to this.
Uso de furadeiras elétricas domésticas em cirurgias ortopédicas
Goveia, Vania Regina;Ribeiro, Silma Maria Cunha Pinheiro;Graziano, Kazuko Uchikawa;
Acta Ortopédica Brasileira , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-78522007000300009
Abstract: domestic ordinary drilling machines have been used in orthopedic surgeries in brazilian hospitals, for bone drilling. however, it is an electric thermo-sensitive appliance, non-specific for surgical use, not assessed in terms of sterilization efficiency, as well as on potential surgical infections associated to its use. the objective of this review was to describe the state-of-the-art use of domestic drills in orthopaedic surgeries, considering the difficulties of cleaning and sterilization. the lilacs and medline databases were consulted using mesh and free medical terms, without time restraints. two specific articles were found about the use of domestic electric drills in orthopaedic surgeries. in the first article, the author suggests the disposal of the equipment in cases of any noticeable blood contamination that could result in difficulties to clean it. the second article describes how to adapt a domestic drilling machine for orthopaedic surgery, but the sterilization process is performed by using formalin tablets at room conditions. further studies are required for evaluating the current practice and to recommend safe conditions for its use or towards giving it up.
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