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Gender mainstreaming in Spain: ¨The case of “Lidera Project” in Madrid Autonomous Community¨
José Ramón Pin,Esperanza Suarez,Lourdes Susaeta
Journal of Arts and Humanities , 2013,
Abstract: Women continue to be under-represented in senior positions. In this paper we present a ¨best practice′ in the role of the public agents as gender mainstream key actors. Gender mainstreaming as a strategy is meant to actively counteract this gender bias, and to use the normal mandate of policy makers to promote more equitable relations between women and men. The rationale for pursuing gender mainstreaming via the Structural Funds is as much about promoting economic efficiency as it is about promoting equity. In this paper we analize an specific case launched by the Government of the Region of Madrid, three years ago, the “Lidera project”. To assess the overall effectiveness of the gender mainstreaming effort through the Lidera project, we analyze the impact in the individual level trough five constructs. We can conclude at individual level that LIDERA EFFECT exists and it has a positive and differential impact.
Economic crisis and communication: The role of the HR manager
Lourdes Susaeta Erburu,Esperanza Suárez Ruz,José Ramón Pin Arboledas
Business Systems Review , 2013, DOI: 10.7350/bsr.v14.2013
Abstract: As Conner and Ulrich (1996) have broadly maintained, the evolution of Human Resources Management (HRM) is related to the historical evolution of the business and of the economy in which companies operate. Accordingly, the roles and decisions of HR managers and the HR function adapts to the changes that take place in the economic cycle. Since 2008, the global economy has been immersed in one of the most significant structural economic crises of recent times. Its origins can be traced to the North American financial crisis, and its consequences have impacted all global economic production sectors, triggering a broad and profound employment crisis which has led to a deepening social recession around the world. In Spain, the effects of the crisis on the labor market have been much more devastating than in the rest of Europe, and around six million people have lost their jobs. In the light of this context, we wished to investigate what should be the role and the contribution of HR in business crisis management, and what are the key drivers in achieving employee engagement. Have there been recent changes in the HR manager’s role? The efficiency of an appropriate communication policy in a crisis situation, both with respect to employees and to their union representatives, constitutes a crucial factor which could be defined as the strategic role adopted by the HR function when facing a change in the economic cycle. In this sense, the purpose of this paper is to analyze the internal (employee-directed) and external (union-representative-directed) communication strategies being applied by the HR managers of Spanish companies in their approach to the economic crisis. The paper outlines and explores the firsthand opinions of managers and unions on dealing with what is considered to be the deepest crisis after the Great Depression of ‘29, and concludes with a description of how the crisis is strengthening the strategic role of the HR function.
The Effects of Tourism Architecture on Island Ecosystems  [PDF]
Lourdes Ruiz
Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research (JBCPR) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jbcpr.2015.34016
Abstract: This research aims to propose environmental prevention and mitigation on fragile coastal ecosystems due to the actions of the tourist architecture, using methods of life-cycle assessment of buildings, matrix methods of the actions that cause severe environmental impact and statistical processing through multivariate analysis. A study of projects was undertaken in Cayo Coco located to the north of Ciego de Avila, Cuba, being built today and where the tourist development of the archipelago Sabana-Camaguey started. It has been determined that suitable architecture would decrease the negative impact of these fragile ecosystems.
Strategic Environmental Assessment of Towns in Ecuador with Tourism Potential  [PDF]
Lourdes Ruiz
Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research (JBCPR) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jbcpr.2016.41005
Abstract: The aim of this study is to apply the methodology for assessment of environmental impact whether of a physicochemical nature and on the biodiversity and ecosystems, or whether sociocultural and economic aspects of the historic towns with tourism interest that are assessed. The automated method of the RIAM software is used which requires a baseline study of the environment of different towns to be prepared. In addition, the analysis of the social perception on tourism of the local people from the course work of students at the UIDE shall be applied. The conclusions of the case studies undertaken allow for strategic proposals and recommendations to be prepared so that they can be incorporated into the management plans for tourism in the historic towns with heritage value.
Incorporation of Environmental and Sustainable Indicators in Universities  [PDF]
Lourdes Ruiz
Journal of Environmental Protection (JEP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jep.2016.76075
Abstract:

The use of environmental and sustainable indicators of global organizations has greater advantages than those of national initiatives or those developed by researchers in said subject, due to the fact that they have a much broader scope for sustainability, have been applied in a systematic manner and therefore have greater comparability and reliability. The environmental indicators are constructed from the approaches to sustainable development in universities with regards to the social, economic, institutional and environmental dimensions in the organizations. This work involves the application of environmental and sustainable indicators for internationally recognized efficiency in university activities, which contribute towards organizing, summarizing and developing the processes for development planning and environmental management.

Adverse Environmental Effects of Tourism on Communities in the Ecuadorian Highlands Region  [PDF]
Lourdes Ruiz
Current Urban Studies (CUS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/cus.2017.53019
Abstract: The objective of this study is to determine the adverse environmental effects of tourism activities on various heritage populations located in the sierra or Andean highlands region of Ecuador. The effects being studied have been classified into impacts on the physical, abiotic, biotic, socio-culture and economic environment. The automated method using RIAM (Rapid Impact Assessment Matrix) software was employed in this analysis, which required the preparation of a baseline study in the small communities evaluated. A social perception survey was conducted of local residents regarding tourism, assisted by International University of Ecuador students fulfilling practical coursework requirements. Based on the conclusions of the case studies, some strategic proposals and recommendations were developed that can be incorporated into sustainable tourism management plans in communities with natural and cultural heritage values.
TORSIóN ANEXIAL Y EMBARAZO: RESOLUCIóN LAPAROSCóPICA MíNIMAMENTE INVASIVA, CON ENTRADA BAJO VISIóN DIRECTA
Troncoso J,José Luis; Ricci A,Paolo; Susaeta C,Ricardo; Devoto G,Juan Carlos;
Revista chilena de obstetricia y ginecología , 2008, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-75262008000400011
Abstract: the adnexal masses during pregnancy are of low frequency; nevertheless they have a high probability of complication. the torsión can be observed in a 25% of them. when they need surgery, we must be aware of the risks and morbidity imposed to the fetus and the patient. the technological advance and best knowledge of fetal physiology and hemodynamics plus anesthesia during the pregnancy, allow that laparoscopy consti-tutes the best via to perform this surgery. by the way, all principies of minor invasión are applied, with short hospital stay and lesser morbidity affecting the pregnancy. we present a case of a complicated adnexal cyst, with torsión, during the second trimester of the pregnancy. a laparoscopic surgery was performed, with entrance under direct camera visión, to reduce uterine damage.
TORSIóN ANEXIAL Y EMBARAZO: RESOLUCIóN LAPAROSCóPICA MíNIMAMENTE INVASIVA, CON ENTRADA BAJO VISIóN DIRECTA
José Luis Troncoso J,Paolo Ricci A,Ricardo Susaeta C,Juan Carlos Devoto G
Revista Chilena de Obstetricia y Ginecología , 2008,
Abstract: Las masas anexiales durante el embarazo son de baja frecuencia, sin embargo tienen una alta probabilidad de complicarse, produciéndose torsión hasta en un 25% de ellas. Ante la necesidad de una resolución quirúrgica, debemos tener en cuanta los riesgos de desencadenar una pérdida fetal, como resultado de una cirugía muy invasiva. Gracias a los avances tecnológicos, el mayor conocimiento y manejo de anestesia durante el embarazo, la laparoscopia debería constituir la mejor vía para realizar estas cirugías. De esta forma, se aplican todos los principios de mínima invasión, facilitando un menor da o y rápida recuperación, con poca probabilidad de afectar el embarazo. Presentamos un caso de quiste anexial complicado con torsión, durante el segundo trimestre del embarazo, resuelto por medio de cirugía laparoscópica, con entrada bajo visión directa con cámara, para reducir la posibilidad de da o uterino. The adnexal masses during pregnancy are of low frequency; nevertheless they have a high probability of complication. The torsión can be observed in a 25% of them. When they need surgery, we must be aware of the risks and morbidity imposed to the fetus and the patient. The technological advance and best knowledge of fetal physiology and hemodynamics plus anesthesia during the pregnancy, allow that laparoscopy consti-tutes the best via to perform this surgery. By the way, all principies of minor invasión are applied, with short hospital stay and lesser morbidity affecting the pregnancy. We present a case of a complicated adnexal cyst, with torsión, during the second trimester of the pregnancy. A laparoscopic surgery was performed, with entrance under direct camera visión, to reduce uterine damage.
Resolution of night terrors after discontinuation of cetirizine  [PDF]
Lourdes DelRosso, Romy Hoque
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2012.11001
Abstract: We present a 4-year-old girl with allergies and asthma who developed night terrors after initia- tion of montelukast at 2 years of age. Montelu-kast was discontinued and cetirizine was started. Nigh terrors persisted. Sleep diaries were col- lected and diagnosticpolysomnogram (PSG) was ordered. Sleep diaries revealed an average sleep time of 10 hours with night terrors occur- ring three nights a week approximately two hours after sleep onset. The PSG did not show evidence of sleep disordered breathing or peri- odic leg movements. Cetirizine was discontin- ued and the night terrors ceased. Upon re-intro- duction of the medication, the sleep terrors re- curred.
From the Trap of Difference to That of Excellence: The Women Artists, Their Works and the Artistic Field  [PDF]
Lourdes Méndez
Art and Design Review (ADR) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/adr.2014.21001
Abstract:

The works produced both by ethnic artists and by women artists lead us to suspect that either the aesthetic sensibility of art experts has not evolved sufficiently or that it is not “pure” enough to free them from the load of prejudices surrounding such works and those who produce them. To illustrate this problem, we will first offer two substantially different examples. The first concerns Report No. 8 commissioned by Emakunde, the Basque Women’s Institute (Spain) and published in the mid-nineteen nineties. The second refers to the Kunstkompass, a tool used to establish the ranking of the one hundred most internationally recognised artists. Next, we will examine the four clearly ranked circles of recognition existing in the artistic field. Finally, to demonstrate up to what point the position of women artists in the artistic field is that of inside yet out, we will analyse the content of two articles published in mid-February 2008 in the Babelia supplement of the El País spanish newspaper about two exhibitions of works by women artists.

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