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Routines, Capabilities and Innovation in the Brazilian Wine Industry
Cherubini Alves,André; Carneiro Zen,Aurora; Domingus Padula,Ant?nio;
Journal of technology management & innovation , 2011, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-27242011000200009
Abstract: as environments become more competitive and change, firms need to look for new ways of competing by implementing changes and innovations aiming at improving or even building new capabilities. through multiple case studies, we examine the relationship between routines, capabilities and innovation seeking to identify the changes and innovations that have occurred along the trajectory of two wine producing firms in the serra gaúcha of rio grande do sul, brazil. the results indicate that both companies submitted changes/innovations in routines and capabilities, however, the different strategies and decisions made led to totally different outcomes in terms of size, growth and market-share.
Estresse e autoconceito em pais e m?es de crian?as com a síndrome do X-frágil
Cherubini, Zuleika Ana;Bosa, Cleonice Alves;Bandeira, Denise Ruschel;
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-79722008000300009
Abstract: the fragile x syndrome is the major inherited intellectual disability, superseded only by down syndrome, and it is transmitted mostly by females. patients with fragile x syndrome show a set of physical, clinical, behavioral and cognitive features that may impact the family structures, especially the parental figures. this study investigates the stress and self-concept of 15 parents of boys with fragile x syndrome, 15 parents of boys with down syndrome and 15 with typical development accordingly to the biopsychosocial model of bradford. the results showed a significant difference of self-concept between mothers of children with fragile x syndrome and typical developmental groups, but not in those with down syndrome, suggesting that the transmission factor solely does not explain differences in self-concept.
Stress and self-concept in parents of children with fragile X-syndrome / Estresse e autoconceito em pais e m es de crian as com a síndrome do X-frágil
Zuleika Ana Cherubini,Cleonice Alves Bosa,Denise Ruschel Bandeira
Psicologia: Reflex?o e Crítica , 2008,
Abstract: The Fragile X Syndrome is the major inherited intellectual disability, superseded only by Down Syndrome, and it is transmitted mostly by females. Patients with Fragile X Syndrome show a set of physical, clinical, behavioral and cognitive features that may impact the family structures, especially the parental figures. This study investigates the stress and self-concept of 15 parents of boys with Fragile X Syndrome, 15 parents of boys with Down syndrome and 15 with typical development accordingly to the biopsychosocial model of Bradford. The results showed a significant difference of self-concept between mothers of children with Fragile X Syndrome and typical developmental groups, but not in those with Down Syndrome, suggesting that the transmission factor solely does not explain differences in self-concept.
Innovation Capability: From Technology Development to Transaction Capability
Zawislak,Paulo Ant?nio; Cherubini Alves,André; Tello-Gamarra,Jorge; Barbieux,Denise; Reichert,Fernanda Maciel;
Journal of technology management & innovation , 2012, DOI: 10.4067/S0718-27242012000200002
Abstract: the firm’s role, besides producing goods and services, is to promote technological change and innovation. while academic research on technological capabilities has led to a better understanding of the process of technical change itself, there is no consensus on the ultimate definition of innovation capability. the purpose of this paper is to present a framework for innovation capability. this is formed by four key capabilities (technology development, operations, management and transaction) that enable firms to reach schumpeterian profits. given that the study is characterized as a theoretical paper, methodologically is supported on an extensive literature review. our main findings can be summed up in three aspects: (1) every firm has all four capabilities; none of them are null; (2) to be innovative, at least one of the firm’s capabilities must be predominant; (3) any firm, when established, is primarily technological or transactional, in a second stage, operational or managerial.
Eritroplasia e leucoeritroplasia oral: análise retrospectiva de 13 casos
Hosni, Elaini Sickert;Salum, Fernanda Gon?alves;Cherubini, Karen;Yurgel, Liliane Soares;Figueiredo, Maria Antonia Zancanaro;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992009000200022
Abstract: erythroplakia and speckled leukoplakia are oral precancerous lesions that have a high potential for malignant transformation. aim: a retrospective analysis was conducted to investigate the clinicopathologic features of 13 cases of oral erythroplakia and speckled leukoplakia in patients who were seen at a center specialized in stomatology and histopathological diagnosis of oral diseases. materials and methods: all cases diagnosed with erythroplakia and speckled leukoplakia between 1978 and 2006 were retrieved from the service archives. results: the lesions exhibited a predilection for males with a female-to-male ratio of 1:3.3. mean age was 57 years old and soft palate was the site affected in 77% of the cases. pain symptoms were reported by 61.5% of the patients and association with risk factors such as smoking and excessive alcohol intake was seen in 100% and in 46% of the cases, respectively. the lesions showed epithelial dysplasia, where more than 50% were diagnosed as in situ or invasive carcinoma. conclusions: despite low prevalence, oral homogeneous erythroplakia and speckled leukoplakia show histopathological alterations vary from epithelial dysplasia to invasive carcinoma. these lesions must be included among those oral lesions with the highest potential for malignant tranformation.
Epidemiological characteristics and HIV-related oral lesions observed in patients from a Southern Brazilian city
Petruzzi, Maria Noel Marzano R.;Salum, Fernanda Gon?alves;Cherubini, Karen;Figueiredo, Maria Antonia Z. de;
Revista Odonto Ciência , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1980-65232012000200004
Abstract: purpose: to assess the epidemiological characteristics and associated oral lesions of hiv adult carriers in a southern brazilian city. methods: a retrospective survey was conducted to review the medical records of 534 patients treated at 5 referral health centers. results: nearly 52% of the patient sample was male, 88.2% were older than 30 years of age, 58% had been diagnosed with an advanced stage of hiv disease and 78.1% presented rapid rates of hiv progression to aids. harmful habits were common (31.9%), and 35% of the patients were unemployed. approximately 60% of the subjects used highly active antiretroviral therapy. tuberculosis was the most commonly observed systemic illness (18.5%), and oral candidiasis was the most prevalent lesion in the oral cavity (50%). a higher risk for tuberculosis onset was associated to illicit drugs use and oral candidiasis and hairy leukoplakia. conclusion: the high prevalence of concurrent diseases and the rapid progression to aids highlight the need for early diagnosis and access to treatment. professionals must be made aware about the onset of hiv-related oral lesions that would be helpful to diagnose hiv or serve as indicators of a worsening condition.
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma of the oral cavity
Carlos Bortoluzzi,Marcelo; Dantas Batista,Jonas; Cherubini,Karen; Gon?alves Salum,Fernanda; Figueiredo,Maria Antonia;
Revista Cubana de Estomatolog?-a , 2010,
Abstract: the authors report a case of diffuse large b-cell lymphoma (dlbl) of the oral cavity. the patient was a 73-year-old white man who first presented at the division of stomatology with a large nodular mass in the hard palate and a nodular lesion in the upper lip, which were diagnosed as dlbl. the patient was treated with eight cycles of chop chemotherapy (cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine and prednisone), but the disease recurred 22 months after the end of the therapy. both primary sites hard palate and upper lip were involved again and the patient was resubmitted to chemotherapy.
Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma of the oral cavity Linfoma difuso de células B grandes de la cavidad bucal
Marcelo Carlos Bortoluzzi,Jonas Dantas Batista,Karen Cherubini,Fernanda Gon?alves Salum
Revista Cubana de Estomatolog?-a , 2010,
Abstract: The authors report a case of diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBL) of the oral cavity. The patient was a 73-year-old white man who first presented at the Division of Stomatology with a large nodular mass in the hard palate and a nodular lesion in the upper lip, which were diagnosed as DLBL. The patient was treated with eight cycles of CHOP chemotherapy (cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine and prednisone), but the disease recurred 22 months after the end of the therapy. Both primary sites hard palate and upper lip were involved again and the patient was resubmitted to chemotherapy. Se reporta un caso de linfoma difuso de células B grandes (DLBL) de la cavidad bucal. Se trata de un paciente masculino, blanco, de 73 a os de edad, que se presentó a la División de Estomatología, con una masa nodular difusa en el paladar duro y una lesión nodular en el labio superior, diagnosticadas como DLBL. El paciente fue tratado con ocho ciclos de quimioterapia CHOP (ciclofosfamida, doxorrubicina, vincristina, prednisona), pero se constató recidiva de la enfermedad en ambos sitios primarios, en el paladar duro y en el labio superior a los 22 meses después del término de la terapia. El paciente fue sometido de nuevo a la quimioterapia.
Understanding the Marginalized in the Mainstream: Teacher Education and Aboriginal Educational Policy in Ontario (Canada)
Lorenzo Cherubini
International Journal of Education , 2011, DOI: 10.5296/ije.v3i2.534
Abstract: This study investigates the perceptions of elementary school teachers and principals in two publicly-funded school boards in northern Ontario, Canada, with high populations of Aboriginal students. A mixed-methods research design was used to examine participants’ perceptions of the effectiveness of both their pre-service and continuing education programs in preparing them to address the key aspects of Aboriginal elementary students’ bi-cultural and epistemic needs in mainstream public schools in light of recent policy contexts. Participants reported that their pre-service and continuing education were less than effective in preparing them to address Aboriginal students’ bi-cultural and epistemic needs.
Aboriginal Educational Policy in Ontario (Canada): Professional and Moral Implications for Catholic Teachers
Lorenzo Cherubini
International Journal of Education , 2010, DOI: 10.5296/ije.v2i1.373
Abstract: This paper presents the policy context of Ontario (Canada) education for Catholic teachers. The analysis suggests that a seminal policy related to Aboriginal education compels Catholic teachers to profound considerations of what it means to teach in the Catholic faith. More specifically, it suggests that the policy, when juxtaposed to the other policies and practices, force Catholic teachers to account for ideological and political implications related to their practice. It is argued that Catholic teachers are bound to analyze critically the tensions and complexities of Aboriginal students’ epistemic realities and the profound socio-political implications that contribute to a new and different level of professional and moral responsibility.
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