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Desenvolvimento profissional como eixo para a gest o do Conhecimento: Uma Análise do Programa de Capacita o e Aperfei oamento da Universidade Federal Fluminense
Olinda Mioka Chubachi,Emmanuel Paiva de Andrade
Relatórios de Pesquisa em Engenharia de Produ??o , 2010,
Abstract: A aprendizagem nas organiza es ocorre indistintamente de ser programada ou n o, pois estaocorre nas pessoas. Diante das mudan as constantes na nova sociedade que se imp e – asociedade do conhecimento, as organiza es de toda natureza, buscam melhorar odesempenho de seus funcionários através de métodos e técnicas que auxiliem na obten o debons resultados. Gerenciar o conhecimento organizacional, bem como o desenvolver a esque tenham como base a gest o do conhecimento tornam-se fundamentais para o êxito dasempresas. Este trabalho investiga se o Programa de Capacita o e Aperfei oamento daUniversidade Federal Fluminense, através de seus cursos, pode ser considerado um promotorda gest o do conhecimento na institui o. Para tanto, analisa-se o instrumento de avalia o decursos e dele s o extraídos indicadores baseados em gest o do conhecimento. O resultadodesta pesquisa propiciou o mapeamento de indicadores que demonstram que, mesmo n ointencionalmente, o Programa se desenvolve na dire o da gest o de conhecimento naUniversidade.
Formar o mestre na universidade: a experiência paulista nos anos de 1930
Evangelista, Olinda;
Educa??o e Pesquisa , 2001, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-97022001000200004
Abstract: this article presents results of a research on teacher university education in brazil in the 1930s. the investigation was carried out gathering information sources from that period, including documents produced by the institution under study, as well as from periodicals, legislation, newspapers, and educational literature, amongst others. from the documental corpus so gathered it was observed that in 1933, in the state of s?o paulo, the first higher education school for the formation of teachers created was the instituto de educa??o (institute of education), stemming from the educational reform of fernando de azevedo. in 1934 it was incorporated to the university of s?o paulo and, together with the school of philosophy, sciences and literature, was responsible for the higher education of teachers. at the institute of education of the university of s?o paulo was established the first generation of university teachers devoted to the education of teachers for the primary and secondary school, a project that had its roots in the intellectual debate that took place especially in the 1920s. although the institute constituted one of the answers to the demand for teacher professionalization and had been a model for other initiatives, it was closed down in 1938. political forces linked to the interventionist government of ademar de barros and to the catholic church put an end in 1938 to the first brazilian experience of higher education for teachers.
Costa, Hermes Augusto, Sindicalismo global ou metáfora adiada? Discursos e práticas transnacionais da CGTP e da CUT.
Olinda Lous?
Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais , 2012,
Abstract: Sindicalismo global ou metáfora adiada? Discursos e práticas transnacionais da CGTP e da CUT é o resultado da tese de doutoramento em Sociologia de Hermes Augusto Costa, docente da Faculdade de Economia da Universidade de Coimbra e investigador do Centro de Estudos Sociais. O livro, organizado em 5 capítulos, reflecte um conjunto de experiências de investiga o, desenvolvido ao longo de vários anos. A pesquisa, dedicada à procura de um “sindicalismo de língua portuguesa”, dividiu-se entre Po...
Título da página electrónica: European Trade Union Confederation
Olinda Lous?
Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais , 2012,
Abstract: Fundada em 1973, a Confedera o Europeia de Sindicatos (CES/ETUC), sedeada em Bruxelas, pretende em especial ser a voz dos trabalhadores europeus. Representa 82 confedera es sindicais de 36 países, estimando em 60 milh es o número de representados. Sendo parceiro social da UE, é reconhecida como o único interlocutor sindical de nível europeu. Defende o Modelo Social Europeu, a articula o da negocia o colectiva, diálogo social e melhoria das condi es de vida, como chave para a inova o, pr...
Título da página electrónica: International Trade Union Confederation/ Confédération Syndical Internationale
Olinda Lous?
Revista Crítica de Ciências Sociais , 2012,
Abstract: Invocando como miss o fundamental a promo o e defesa dos direitos dos trabalhadores em todo o mundo, através da coopera o internacional de sindicatos, campanhas globais e ac es reivindicati- vas nas instancias laborais internacionais, esta confedera o de sindicatos à escala global representa, segundo informa o da sua página electrónica, 175 milh es de trabalhadores em 155 países, com 311 organiza es filiadas. é o resultado de uma fus o de duas anteriores confedera es que se intitulavam...
Formar o mestre na universidade: a experiência paulista nos anos de 1930
Evangelista Olinda
Educa??o e Pesquisa , 2001,
Abstract: Este artigo apresenta resultados de pesquisa sobre a forma o universitária docente na década de 1930, no Brasil. A investiga o realizou-se coligindo fontes produzidas no período, tanto as originárias da institui o em estudo quanto as advindas de periódicos, legisla o, jornais e obras educacionais, entre outras. A partir do corpus documental arrolado, pode-se verificar que em 1933, no estado de S o Paulo, inaugurou-se a primeira escola de nível superior para o preparo do professor, o Instituto de Educa o, originário da reforma educacional de Fernando de Azevedo. Em 1934 foi incorporado à Universidade de S o Paulo e, em conjunto com a Faculdade de Filosofia, Ciências e Letras, responsabilizou-se pelo preparo docente em nível universitário. No IEUSP institucionalizou-se a primeira gera o de professores universitários voltados à forma o de professores primários e secundários, projeto enraizado no debate intelectual ocorrido especialmente nos anos de 1920. Embora uma das respostas à demanda pela profissionaliza o docente e modelo para outras iniciativas, o Instituto foi encerrado em 1938. For as políticas ligadas ao estado intervencionista de Ademar de Barros e à Igreja Católica finalizam, em 1938, a primeira experiência brasileira de forma o de professores em nível universitário.
A case of severe pneumonia caused by multiple bacterial organisms following type B influenza virus infection  [PDF]
Minako Sato, Eri Tomioka, Jouji Horio, Shotaro Chubachi, Tatsu Matsuzaki, Takeshi Terashima
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2014.31001
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A 50-year old woman, without any underlying disease, presented with pneumonia after experiencing flu-like symptoms. Streptococcus pneumoniae was identified on admission through blood culture and urine antigen tests. Staphylococcus aureus and Streptococcus pneumoniae were present in the sputum culture. Computed tomography showed cavity development in the consolidation areas, typical of staphylococcal pneumonia. The patient was intubated and received mechanical ventilation as respiratory failure progressed. She exhibited improvement following antibiotic therapy. The change in type B influenza virus serum titer confirmed that this was a unique case of severe pneumonia caused by multiple bacterial organisms following type B influenza virus infection.

Spreading pattern and CT findings of very early-stage peripheral small-cell lung cancer  [PDF]
Takeshi Terashima, Tatsu Matsuzaki, Shotaro Chubachi, Fumio Sakamaki, Minako Satoh, Eri Tomioka, George Horio, Rika Ogawa, Asuka Naitoh, Hiroya Ojiri
Advances in Lung Cancer (ALC) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/alc.2013.24010
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Chest CT frequently reveals small pulmonary lesions. If there is no associated hilar or mediastinal lymphadenopathy, small-cell lung cancer (SCLC) is considered to be very early-stage. Few studies, however, have described the characteristic CT findings of very early-stage SCLC. Clarifying these findings would reduce diagnostic delay. The purpose of this study was to determine the characteristic CT findings of very earlystage SCLC. Computed tomography images obtained from 547 consecutive patients with lung cancer between 2003 and 2012 at Tokyo Dental College Ichikawa General Hospital were reviewed retrospectively. One hundred of these patients had SCLC and 447 had non-SCLC (NSCLC). These CT images, along with any that had also been obtained prior to the one on which the final diagnosis was based, were reviewed. In 5 of the cases reviewed, specific findings and a characteristic spreading pattern were identified on CT images that might have allowed a diagnosis of SCLC to have been made sooner. The findings included a sub-pleural, small nodule accompanied by daughter nodules spreading longitudinally along the bronchovascular bundle, no air bronchogram or cavitation, and background emphysematous change. These were not identified on CT images of very earlystage NCSLC, however (n = 22). Awareness of the relevance of these findings would help physicians and radiologists arrive at a differential diagnosis of small pulmonary nodules.

Buccal alterations in diabetes mellitus
Carlos Negrato, Olinda Tarzia
Diabetology & Metabolic Syndrome , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1758-5996-2-3
Abstract: Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder of multiple etiologies characterized by chronic hyperglycemia with impairment of carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism resulting from defects in insulin secretion, insulin action, or both. The long-term consequences of diabetes include damage, dysfunction and/or failure of several organs that can lead to progressive development of chronic specific complications like retinopathy with potential blindness, nephropathy that may lead to renal failure, and/or neuropathy with risk of foot ulcers, amputations, Charcot joints, and features of autonomic dysfunction, including sexual dysfunction. People with diabetes are at increased risk for cardiovascular, peripheral vascular and cerebrovascular disease [1].Besides damaging the kidneys, eyes, nerves, blood vessels, and heart, long standing hyperglycemia can also be associated with buccal alterations such as periodontal disease (the most prevalent and important finding), and many other alterations that can appear before and sometimes predispose to periodontal disease, like impaired function of the salivary glands that lead to a reduction of salivary flow and changes in saliva's composition, taste alterations, burning mouth, greater tendency to buccal infections, delayed healing process, decays, coated tongue and halitosis.Periodontal disease is a chronic bacterial infection that affects both the gum and the bone that supports the teeth and is caused by anaerobic Gram negative microorganisms that are present in the bacterial plaque that adheres to the teeth. If the bacterial plaque is not carefully removed, the toxins produced by the microorganisms act locally as a stressing factor that starts the gum inflammation. With the progression of this inflammation, the gum detaches from the teeth, and afterwards periodontal pockets are formed. These periodontal pockets are filled with a great amount of bacteria and toxins. With the worsening of the disease these pockets spread and the plaqu
Curso de Pedagogia, organiza??es multilaterais e o superprofessor
Evangelista, Olinda;Triches, Jocemara;
Educar em Revista , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-40602012000300013
Abstract: the purpose of this article is to discuss the relationship between the brazilian national curriculum guidelines for the undergraduate education program (dcnp) adopted in 2006, and the orientation from the multilateral organizations. it analyzed the documentation concerning the teachers training from multilateral organizations, and the literature in teacher reconversion comparing these data with those collected from the national curriculum guidelines. through qualitative analysis, it was verified that the teacher assumes a privileged place, becoming protagonist of the reform triggered after 1990 across latin america and the caribbean. in an implicit way, this professional sets up like a super-teacher - a person who is multifunctional, polyvalent, flexible, protagonist, and tolerant. the proposal regarding the transformation of its functions appears as a reconversion strategy, and is confirmed in the documentation examined. several elements from the curriculum guidelines converge with those proposed by multilateral organizations. this articulation corroborates with the expansion process of teaching and management concepts, and the restriction of theoretical training and of training time. therefore, it may lead to the disintellectualization of the teacher, and according to the curriculum guidelines, to the configuration of the undergraduate education program as space of the teacher's reconversion in super-teacher.
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