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Publicidad y modernidad en Colombia: apuntes para una comprensión del relato publicitario de la modernidad
Villadiego,Mirla; Bernal,Patricia; Urbanczyk,María;
Signo y Pensamiento , 2006,
Abstract: this article makes a general introduction of the premises, both theoretical and historical, from which the research on "colombian modernity as narrated by publicity: 1900-1950" was carried out. among such premises are the debate on the role of publicity in building colombian modernity, and the analysis of the function of the calculation - need - desire trilogy in consumer decision making. finally, the methodological design is presented along with some partial results and conclusions.
Vecino Popular o Consejo Comunal? Repensando la intervención en las comunidades populares venezolanas
Mirla Pérez
Revista Venezolana de Análisis de Coyuntura , 2010,
Abstract: Se presenta un trabajo crítico sobre las implicaciones de la intervención en las comunidades populares venezolanas. Se toma como punto de partida del análisis la noción de comunidad presente en la ley de los consejos comunales. Pasamos por un término como comuna, totalmente ajeno a nuestra realidad popular, y llegamos a la noción de vecino popular y vecindad como prácticas y conceptos propios de nuestra cultura. El lugar del vecino es el territorio de lo público que se deja tocar y es prolongación de las vivencias familiares. Esta vivencia de vecindad, en el sentido actual, está impregnada de afectividad matricentrada (la afinidad más próxima). Desde aquí se recuperan prácticas y conceptos fundamentales para nuestra realidad popular vivida así desde el periodo hispánico
Algunos aspectos relacionados con los riesgos en una central de esterilización
Méndez Hernández,Mirla;
Revista Cubana de Enfermer?-a , 2004,
Abstract: the paper shows the risks present in a sterilization center and their relation with biosafety. it identifies the different types of risks and makes a description of each of them. for obtaining information, observation was used as the primary data source and the existing records as a secondary source. the risks that may appear in a sterilization center are of biological, physical, chemical type and also those conditioned by human and environmental factors. the biological risk is the fundamental one. the purpose of this paper is to expand the level of knowledge and responsibility of the workers in a sterilization center so that they are better prepared for facing their daily work and preserving their health.
Algunos aspectos relacionados con los riesgos en una central de esterilización
Mirla Méndez Hernández
Revista Cubana de Enfermer?-a , 2004,
Abstract: Se muestran los riesgos que están presente en una central de esterilización y su relación con la bioseguridad. Se identifican los diferentes tipos de riesgo y se hace una descripción de cada uno de ellos. Para obtener la información se utilizó la observación, como fuente primaria y los registros existentes como fuente secundaria. Los riesgos que se pueden presentar en una central de esterilización son de tipo biológico, físico, químico y los condicionados por factores humanos y ambientales. El riesgo biológico es el principal de todos. Se pretende con la realización de este trabajo aumentar el nivel de conocimiento y de responsabilidad de los trabajadores de una central de esterilización con la intención de que estén mejor preparados para enfrentar su diaria labor y preservar su salud. The paper shows the risks present in a sterilization center and their relation with biosafety. It identifies the different types of risks and makes a description of each of them. For obtaining information, observation was used as the primary data source and the existing records as a secondary source. The risks that may appear in a sterilization center are of biological, physical, chemical type and also those conditioned by human and environmental factors. The biological risk is the fundamental one. The purpose of this paper is to expand the level of knowledge and responsibility of the workers in a sterilization center so that they are better prepared for facing their daily work and preserving their health.
Leandro Konder: Compromisso Militante na “Batalha das Ideias”
Mirla Cisne e Tatiana Brettas
Em Pauta : Teoria Social e Realidade Contemporanea , 2010,
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Estoque e disponibilidade de nitrogênio no solo em experimento de longa dura??o
Weber, Mirla Andrade;Mielniczuk, Jo?o;
Revista Brasileira de Ciência do Solo , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-06832009000200020
Abstract: nitrogen is the nutrient required in the largest quantity by plants and is generally the most limiting nutrient for crop yield. the objective of this research was to evaluate the effect of cropping systems on n accumulation and availability in the soil. a long-term experiment (22 years) was conducted on a paleudult soil at an experimental station of the federal university of rio grande do sul (30 o 50 ' 52 '' s and 51 o 38 ' 08 '' w), in eldorado do sul, brazil, established in 1983. the experiment consisted of ten no-till cropping systems (bare soil, fallow/maize, oat/maize, digitaria, oat + vetch/maize limed and mobilized to a depth of 70 cm in 1992, oat + vetch/maize, oat+vetch/maize+cowpea, pigeon pea+lablab, lablab+maize, pigeon pea+maize,) and two n rates applied to maize as urea (0 and 180 kg ha-1). soil was sampled in 2005 from the 0-20 cm layer and n stocks were determined. the amounts of biologically fixed n by legumes and n lost from fertilizer (urea) in 22 years were estimated. the n uptake by oat grown in succession to maize in 2006 was also evaluated. the n stock amounted to 3,040 kg ha-1 in 1983 and ranged from 2,500 to 4,800 kg ha-1 in 2005. the legume-based cropping systems resulted in the highest n stocks. biological n fixation ranged from 800 to 1,980 kg ha-1, and on average 48 % of 3,180 kg ha-1 of n applied to maize was lost from the soil-plant system. the greatest n stocks in soil under legume-based systems resulted in the greatest oat n uptake, which ranged from 17 to 100 kg n ha-1.
Aclaración a cuatro interrogantes
Bernal Bernal Jorge Ricardo
Ingeniería e Investigación , 1981,
Abstract: Con demasiada frecuencia consideramos que vale la pena publicar un trabajo solo cuando se pretende marcar un hito en el campo de la ciencia o de la técnica. Dejando de lado este pensamiento, se ha preparado este escrito que, lejos de ser profundamente trascendental, intenta suministrar una informacion útil.
A Better Understanding of Reasons for the Failure of the Healthcare Reform in Colombia  [PDF]
Oscar Bernal, Diana C. Zamora
Health (Health) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/health.2014.621330
Abstract: The Colombian healthcare crisis is evidenced by obstacles to health service, diminished working conditions and medical autonomy, financial infeasibility, loss of leadership and legitimacy of the healthcare system. In the year 2013 twelve reform projects were presented to Congress, including a statutory law that defines health as a fundamental right which was approved and another ordinary one which sought a complete reform of the system but was rejected and criticized by different opinion leaders. For this study we have made an adaptation to Q methodology, which assigns quantitative values to the most frequent statement variables obtained from secondary sources (norms, articles, media, forums) giving objective information about the diverse positions in the proposals to healthcare reform. We analyzed from the most objective position and from academic independence the different views of the opinion leaders for a better understanding of the reasons for this failure in healthcare reform. There was a great polarization in the diverse statements which made an agreement with the government unlikely and, when added to a political moment in which the presidential election was being held, made the new reform non-viable. Although there is an agreement about the existence of a crisis, this has not been the case about the analysis of its causes or solutions. At the present time, the government is not presenting a new reform proposal and is focusing on some decree to create a model of healthcare in rural zones, define financial conditions for the EPSes (health providers), update norms for membership in a healthcare system and regulate biotechnological drugs. Even though to date there have been no opinions, plus taking into account the previous analysis, it is very possible there will be much criticism from those who demand a structural change in the system.
Biological Template Based on ent-Kaurane Diterpenoid Glycosides for the Synthesis of Inorganic Porous Materials  [PDF]
ángela B. Sifontes, Mirla Rodriguez, David Freire, Wendy Rondón, Ligia Llovera, Edgar Ca?izales, Franklin J. Méndez, Andrea Monaco, Yraida Díaz
Advances in Chemical Engineering and Science (ACES) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/aces.2013.34035
Abstract: Recent studies on the preparation of porous nano-materials revealed that the use of kaurane diterpenoids molecules from steviol as biological template favors the obtaining of metallic oxides with tubular morphology as nanorods or nanofibers. In this sense, the present contribution shows an analysis in order to understand how these glycosides of kaurane diterpenoids control the nucleation and growth of inorganic materials favoring the obtaining of these morphologies. For this purpose, it was necessary to carry out studies of the leaf aqueous extract of Stevia rebaudiana by HRTEM, FTIR and 1H-NMR.
?Ha llegado la hora de la gestión de las listas de espera?
Bernal,E.;
Gaceta Sanitaria , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0213-91112002000500010
Abstract: individuals on the waiting list frequently suffer an additional risk caused by the mean time until they receive treatment; however, other individuals do not need the treatment for which they are waiting. both arguments, which can be contrasted with empirical evidence, would be sufficient to affirm that waiting list management should be implemented, leaving aside policies that are more of less opportunistic. opportunistic policies are understood as those providing misinformation on waiting lists or their "manipulation", and using programs of auto-coordination with the sole aim of reaching the end of the year without a waiting list of not more than six months, etc. the panorama is not completely bleak. some management initiatives (and even politics with a capital p) are opening the way forward and may enter the agenda in the next few years. in this context, the application of guaranteed times of medical care or the prioritization of waiting lists according to explicit criteria should be highlighted. it is worth remembering that, except for the queues in the waiting rooms of health centers and emergency departments, waiting lists are mediated by the decision of the physician. therefore, an essential strategy for managing waiting lists consists of attenuating the problems caused by uncertainty (or ignorance) of the patient's diagnosis or prognosis.
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