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    New opportunities and challenges for teleaudiology within Department of Veterans Affairs

    Jacobs, Peter G, Saunders, Gabrielle H
    Journal of rehabilitation research and development, 2014, Vol.51(5), pp.vii-xii [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: New opportunities and challenges for teleaudiology within Department of Veterans Affairs
    Author: Jacobs, Peter G; Saunders, Gabrielle H
    Subject: Rural Health Services ; United States Department of Veterans Affairs ; Audiology -- Methods ; Hearing Loss -- Diagnosis ; Telemedicine -- Methods
    Description: Teleaudiology is the delivery of audiology services and information via telecommunications technologies. The Veterans Affairs (VA) teleaudiology pilot program began in 2009 as a joint effort between VA Telehealth Services, Office of Rehabilitation Services, and the Audiology and Speech Pathology National Program Office. At the National Center for Rehabilitative Auditory Research, several new teleaudiology technologies and services are being developed. The telephone-based tinnitus education program has been developed for Veterans and military personnel with highly disturbing tinnitus. Cellular telephones provide an excellent forum for provision of teleaudiological services and, fortuitously, access to this technology is rapidly increasing. Indeed, according to a report from the World Bank, 75% of the world's population now has access to a cellular telephone. Audiologists should avail themselves of the opportunity to use cellular telephone technology and other sophisticated telecommunication...
    Is part of: Journal of rehabilitation research and development, 2014, Vol.51(5), pp.vii-xii
    Identifier: 1938-1352 (E-ISSN); 25334005 Version (PMID); 10.1682/JRRD.2014.04.0093 (DOI)

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    Collection of Ojibway hymns

    John,Jacobs, Peter,fl. 1824-1857 Jacobs
    Sarnia, Ont.? : J. Jacobs
    1890
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    Title: Collection of Ojibway hymns
    Author: John,Jacobs, Peter,fl. 1824-1857 Jacobs
    Publisher: Sarnia, Ont.? : J. Jacobs
    Date: 1890

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    Prediction of Cardiovascular Events by Using Non-Vascular Findings on Routine Chest CT (Prognostic Value of Incidental Chest CT Findings)

    de Jong, Pim A, Gondrie, Martijn J. A, Buckens, Constantinus F. M, Jacobs, Peter C, Mali, Willem P. T. h. M, van der Graaf, Yolanda
    PLoS ONE, 2011, Vol.6(10), p.e26036 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Background Fluctuations in Heavy Ion Jet Reconstruction

    Jacobs, Peter
    arXiv.org, Jan 3, 2011 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Household Food Insecurity, Rapid Food Price Inflation and the Economic Downturn

    Jacobs, Peter
    IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2010
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    Title: Household Food Insecurity, Rapid Food Price Inflation and the Economic Downturn
    Author: Jacobs, Peter
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    Description: How did the upsurge in food price inflation in 2007-2009 and the 2008-2009 economic down affect experiences of household hunger according to recent Generalized Household Surveys? Findings from the 2008 round of the GHS, a large nationally representative survey conducted annually by the official statistical agency, show an unsurprising rise in household experiences of hunger in the order of 2-3 percentage points. But this merely captured the early onset of two intersecting crises, excluding the dramatic rise in job losses recorded even as the recovery got underway. An in-depth exploration of this dataset and comparing its findings to similar household cohorts for the 2006 and 2007 rounds of the GHS show that female-headed households suffered more than male-headed households. We investigate 3 determinants of household food security status: location (geography and dwelling type), main household income sources and adult equivalent expenditure patterns (including food spending) to demonstrate...
    Is part of: IDEAS Working Paper Series from RePEc, 2010

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    Randomized Outpatient Trial of Single- and Dual-Hormone Closed-Loop Systems That Adapt to Exercise Using Wearable Sensors

    Castle, Jessica R, El Youssef, Joseph, Wilson, Leah M, Reddy, Ravi, Resalat, Navid, Branigan, Deborah, Ramsey, Katrina, Leitschuh, Joseph, Rajhbeharrysingh, Uma, Senf, Brian, Sugerman, Samuel M, Gabo, Virginia, Jacobs, Peter G
    Diabetes care, July 2018, Vol.41(7), pp.1471-1477 [Peer Reviewed Journal]

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    Data-driven analysis methods for the measurement of reconstructed jets in heavy ion collisions at RHIC and LHC

    Fenton-Olsen, Bo, Jacobs, Peter, Ploskon, Mateusz
    arXiv.org, Oct 4, 2012
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    Title: Data-driven analysis methods for the measurement of reconstructed jets in heavy ion collisions at RHIC and LHC
    Author: Fenton-Olsen, Bo; Jacobs, Peter; Ploskon, Mateusz
    Contributor: Ploskon, Mateusz (pacrepositoryorg)
    Subject: Measurement Methods ; Heavy Ions ; Combinatorial Analysis ; Jets ; Energy Measurement ; Ionic Collisions
    Description: We present data-driven methods for the full reconstruction of jets in heavy ion collisions, for inclusive and co-incidence jet measurements at both RHIC and LHC. The complex structure of heavy ion events generates a large background of combinatorial jets, and smears the measured energy of the true hard jet signal. Techniques to correct for these background effects can induce biases in the reported jet distributions, which must be well controlled for accurate measurement of jet quenching. Using model studies, we evaluate the proposed methods for measuring jet distributions accurately while minimizing the fragmentation bias of the measured population.
    Is part of: arXiv.org, Oct 4, 2012
    Identifier: 2331-8422 (E-ISSN)

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    Review and basics of frequently used wound dressings

    Lochno, Philipp, Kraus-Pfeiffer, Gabriele, Jacobs, Peter
    MMW Fortschritte der Medizin, 29 May 2013, Vol.155(10), pp.59-61 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Review and basics of frequently used wound dressings
    Author: Lochno, Philipp; Kraus-Pfeiffer, Gabriele; Jacobs, Peter
    Subject: Bandages ; Wounds and Injuries -- Therapy
    Is part of: MMW Fortschritte der Medizin, 29 May 2013, Vol.155(10), pp.59-61
    Identifier: 1438-3276 (ISSN); 23930425 Version (PMID)

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    Revealing the social face of innovation

    Hart, Tim, Ramoroka, Kgabo, Jacobs, Peter, Letty, Brigid
    South African Journal of Science, Sep/Oct 2015, Vol.111(9/10), pp.1-6 [Peer Reviewed Journal]
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    Title: Revealing the social face of innovation
    Author: Hart, Tim; Ramoroka, Kgabo; Jacobs, Peter; Letty, Brigid
    Subject: Asia ; South Africa ; Latin America ; Innovations ; Science ; Research ; Sociology ; Rural Areas ; Technological Change ; Civil Society
    Description: Despite the introduction of social innovation in the 1996 White Paper on Science and Technology, the concept of social innovation has not been actively implemented or even diffused outside of the policy arena in South Africa. Perceptions about what the concept of social innovation should encompass are contested and range from ideas of social welfare outcomes, public goods and a primary focus on the poor. More recently, the emphasis has been on inclusive development that embraces and supports the poor as innovators and which incorporates elements of social and economic development. While contestation in terminology persists, evidence from South Africa's rural areas suggests that although there may be limited state intervention, hampered by structural constraints, and limited understanding of contemporary ideas about innovation and social innovation, local actors practise a variety of forms of social innovation. In most instances, the purpose is to improve social and economic well-being of...
    Is part of: South African Journal of Science, Sep/Oct 2015, Vol.111(9/10), pp.1-6
    Identifier: 00382353 (ISSN); 19967489 (E-ISSN)