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Development Contextual Factors of the System of Media Responsibility in Romania
Daniela Aurelia Popa
EIRP Proceedings , 2012,
Abstract: The present study represents a research in incipient stage with the purpose of discovering certaincontextual aspects in the Romanian media. The starting point is represented by the analysis of several reportsdrafted at national and international level regarding the actual state of the instruments used to raise theawareness of the media in Romania. The action of raising awareness involves a precursory process ofinvestigating the rights, duties, actions and behavior norms in their professional activity. The journalist has toshape his opinion according to a set of ethical and deontological values so that the responsibility towards thepublic and its interest is situated first. The objectives of this study will point at aspects regarding thedetermination of the features of a context that is opportune and favorable for the implementation of a systemof media responsibility in Romania; establishing a degree of active involvement of the media organisms inRomania in the elaboration and implementation of a system of media responsibility; the identification of theactivities that can ensure the optimization of implementing a system of media responsibility in Romania; thehighlight of the effects of creating a context favorable for the implementation of a system of mediaresponsibility in Romania.
The behaviour of certain potato varieties and lines towards the attack of the Phytophthora infestans (Mont) de Bary fungus
Daniela POPA
Analele Universitatii din Oradea, Fascicula Biologie , 2008,
Abstract: This paper presents the behaviour of some potato varieties and lines towards the attack of the Phytophthora infestans (Mont) de Bary fungus under the field conditions of the Potato Research and Development Station, Targu-Secuiesc. During the observed period (2001-2003) the appearance of new forms of attack was registered, for example the attack on the stem, on the leaf petioles, as well as a greater number of infected tubers. The greatest number of blighted stems belonged to the varieties Sante and Ostara, and the smallest one was registered in the case of the variety Lady Roseta, followed by Desiree and Nemere. The results prove that there is a direct relationship between the frequency of the attack on the stems and that of the blighted tubers in the case of every variety, except for the varieties Lady Roseta and Nemere at which the smallest number of infected tubers was registered.
The efficiency of some fungicides applied to control the Phytophthora infestans (Mont) de Bary fungus on potato
Daniela POPA
Analele Universitatii din Oradea, Fascicula Biologie , 2008,
Abstract: The research was carried on at Targu - Secuiesc within 2002-2004 and its objective was to determine the most efficient fungicides to control the late potato blight caused by the fungus Phytophthora infestans. All the applied products were efficient in controlling the disease in comparison to the untreated control variant.The results of the research show that during the observed period the products Curzate and Acrobat proved to be highly efficient in a constant manner at the three varieties: Ostara, Sante and Desiree. The lowest frequency of infected tubers was registered at the varieties treated with Altima, Acrobat, Tatoo C.
Competitiveness of Romanian Small and Medium-Sized Enterprises in European Union
Daniela POPA
Journal of Knowledge Management, Economics and Information Technology , 2012,
Abstract: It becomes a common place to speak of SMEs as an engine of economic growth for any European Union country. The SMEs accounted the higher turnover and provides jobs for most of employed population. Romania is no exception, in 2009, the turnover of SMEs represents over 60 % (but for hotels and restaurants SMEs turnover was around 85 %). The article analyses the vulnerabilities of the sector, the main possibilities for financing, as well the framework created in Romania to stimulate business by development of SME’s.
ANALIZA INVESTITIILOR NETE SI IMOBILIZ RILOR CORPORALE DIN TURISM
Daniela Aurelia Duma
Studia Universitatis Vasile Goldis Arad, Seria Stiinte Economice , 2011,
Abstract: Net investment is the actual expenditure for works of construction activity, installation andassembly of tourism, taking into account the industry, to purchase equipment, vehicles andother expenditure for the creation of new assets, development, modernization,reconstruction of existing ones, and the value of services related to transfer of ownership ofexisting fixed assets and land.
OBTAINING THE COMMITMENT TO MAKING A CHANGE THROUGH QUALITY MANAGEMENT
Popa Daniela,Ardelean Dorina
Studia Universitatis Vasile Goldis Arad, Seria Stiinte Economice , 2011,
Abstract: Nowadays the achivement of quality management according to the european standards isvery important for each organization.This is possible with the help of managers who agreeto do their best for the progress of the company. All these aspects can be found in thepresent work.
THE FINANCIAL INTERMEDIARIES, A REAL DANGER FOR BANKS?
Zapodeanu Daniela,Popa Diana
Annals of the University of Oradea : Economic Science , 2008,
Abstract: The presence of the financial intermediaries - that make the link between the economics agents, with the needs of resources and the one with surplus of resources - determinates the evolution of the banking system and the structure modification of these. What is the difference between a bank and a financial intermediary? The bank distinguish itself from the financial intermediary through its capacity of taking inside the costs and its informatic efficiency, and so the incomes are growing. Does the financial intermediaries represents a danger for the banks?
GROWTH AND DECLINE OF URBAN AREAS IN ROMANIA
Daniela ANTONESCU,Florina POPA
Revista Romana de Economie , 2012,
Abstract: The urbanisation process in Romania followed a variable growth trajectory (that intensified), stagnation and, in the last period, a slightly decreasing trend. Thus, the years between the sixties to the nineties were characterised by marked development, concomitantly with population increase in small- and medium-sized towns. After the year 1990, the developments were different from one urban area to another: some succeeded in adjusting quicker to the new conditions; others were overwhelmed by the new town status. Currently, they are facing a series of problems triggered both by internal factors (urban agglomeration, pollution, built-environment deterioration, decrease in living standards quality, etc.), and external ones (EU integration, globalisation, financial crisis, etc.).Currently, urban areas draw increasingly more attention due to their important potential and to the role played in the current integration and economicand social cohesion process. The present article intends to capture the urbanisation process evolution in Romania and to identify current difficulties and opportunities confronting these areas.
JOB SATISFACTION AND PERFORMANCE IN THE CONTEXT OF THE ROMANIAN EDUCATIONAL REFORM
DANIELA POPA,MARIUS BAZGAN
Journal of Engineering Studies and Research , 2011,
Abstract: The implementation of the curriculum reform in Romania has both the expected and side effects. One of these side effects is the teachers exodus to other professions, which prompted us to study their professional satifaction correlated with job performance. The participants were 54 teachers from Bra?ov. The research method was an investigation based on a questionnaire, to discover teachers' attitudes on satisfaction in their work. To obtain the performance data of the teachers, we used the method of documents study. The results show a low level of overall satisfaction, which is an indicator of the phenomena that correlate.
Patterns of Medication Use among Romanian Nursing Home Residents  [PDF]
Daniela P. Primejdie, Marius T. Bojita, Cornelia Revnic, Adina Popa
Pharmacology & Pharmacy (PP) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/pp.2014.56066
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Background: the elderly are frequently exposed to drug-related problems and their consequences. Information relating to the appropriateness of the medication used by Romanian elderly is scarce. Objective: to identify the main potential inappropriate prescribing (PIP) instances in a sample of Romanian elderly nursing-home residents, concerning prevalence and subtypes. Methodology: the residents’ medical data were reviewed by a clinical pharmacist considering published geriatric pharmacotherapy recommendations, including four published PIP evaluation tools (the Beers criteria, STOPP-START tools, the PRISCUS list). Results: 91 residents were evaluated; mean age (mean ± SD) was 80.77 ± 6.82 (years), 28 (31%) were ≥85 years old and 58 (64%) had dementia. The median number of diagnoses was 6 (range 2 - 11) and the mean number (±SD) of daily medications was 8.26 (±3.52). An estimated mean (±SD) of 2 (±1.41) PIP per resident was identified, with 117 misuse-PIP (46.24%), 60 underuse-PIP (23.72%), 41 lack of monitoring-PIP (16.21%) and 35 overuse-PIP (13.83%). The most frequent PIP subtypes were the use of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs as chronic analgesic treatment in osteoarthritis (29.67%), underuse of fall prevention (100%) and analgesic therapies (23.08%), overuse of nootropic medications (26.98%) and lack of annual creatinine assessment (30.77%). Conclusion: a more geriatric-oriented care seemed to be necessary, but larger studies are needed to confirm these findings.

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