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    Cuisine celtique et chaudron magique

    Markale, Jean, 1928-2008
    Jones, Valerie
    Paris : Ed. Entente
    1988
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    Titre: Cuisine celtique et chaudron magique / Jean Markale, Valerie Jones ; ill. de Valerie Jones
    Auteur: Markale, Jean, 1928-2008
    Contributeur: Jones, Valerie
    Editeur: Paris : Ed. Entente
    Date: 1988
    Collation: 216 p. : ill. ; 20 cm
    Collection: Saveurs
    Documents dans cette collection: Saveurs. Ed. Entente
    Sujet RERO: Celte (peuple) - Cuisine
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Manuels d'enseignement]
    Identifiant: 2726600883 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb34932352n (URN)
    No RERO: 1153058
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-1153058/html

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    Titre: An evaluation of PALS (Play and Learning to Socialise) in primary school settings in Ireland
    Auteur: Jones, Valerie
    Editeur: Institute of Education, University of London
    Date: 2010
    Sujet: Education
    Description: Background: Social and emotional competence is an important factor which aids the development of positive peer relationships. Children who present with internalising or externalising behaviour have often been shown to have difficulty forming positive peer relationships. Research into this area has focused on the importance of early years interventions to support these children. One intervention that aims to develop the competencies in such children is the play and learning to socialise (PALS) social skills programme. Aims: This mixed methods research sought to examine the effectiveness and feasibility of PALS in a number of primary school settings in Ireland with a view to exploring whether it impacted positively on the children selected for participation. Participants and method: Ninety children, male or female, aged between four and six, were selected from fifteen primary schools. Six children from each school were selected and schools were assigned to either the intervention...

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    Punctuated Distribution of Recombination Hotspots and Demarcation of Pericentromeric Regions in Phaseolus vulgaris L.

    Bhakta, Mehul S, Jones, Valerie A, Vallejos, C. Eduardo
    PLoS ONE, 2015, Vol.10(1) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Antimicrobial activity, cytotoxicity and chemical analysis of lemongrass essential oil ( Cymbopogon flexuosus ) and pure citral

    Adukwu, Emmanuel, Bowles, Melissa, Edwards-Jones, Valerie, Bone, Heather
    Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 2016, Vol.100(22), pp.9619-9627 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Herbal supplements as placebos

    Jones, Valerie Val
    The virtual mentor : VM, 01 June 2011, Vol.13(6), pp.354-8 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Herbal supplements as placebos
    Auteur: Jones, Valerie Val
    Sujet: Medicine;
    Description: Even if a placebo is safe, it should not be employed as a way of mollifying patients or glossing over underlying causes of illness.
    Fait partie de: The virtual mentor : VM, 01 June 2011, Vol.13(6), pp.354-8
    Identifiant: 1937-7010 (E-ISSN); 23131401 Version (PMID); 10.1001/virtualmentor.2011.13.6.ccas3-1106 (DOI)

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    Mobile health systems and emergence

    Jones, Valerie M., Graziosi, Barbara
    Insights, 2015, Vol.8(1), pp.1-16
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    Titre: Mobile health systems and emergence
    Auteur: Jones, Valerie M.; Graziosi, Barbara
    Sujet: Self-Monitoring ; Ewi-26702 ; Emergency ; Emergence ; Metis-315531 ; Emergence Theory ; Ir-99168 ; Body Area Networks ; Mobile Health ; Remote Monitoring
    Description: Changes in the age distribution of the population and increased prevalence of chronic illnesses, together with a shortage of health professionals and other resources, will increasingly challenge the ability of national healthcare systems to meet rising demand for services. Large-scale use of eHealth and mHealth services enabled by advances in ICT are frequently cited as providing part of the solution to this crisis in future provision. As part of this picture, self-monitoring and remote monitoring of patients, for example by means of smartphone apps and body-worn sensors, is on the way to becoming mainstream. In future, each individual’s personal health system may be able to access a large number of devices, including sensors embedded in the environment as well as in-body smart medical implants, in order to provide (semi-)autonomous health-related services to the user. This article presents some examples of mHealth systems based on emerging technologies, including body area networks (BANs),...
    Fait partie de: Insights, 2015, Vol.8(1), pp.1-16
    Identifiant: (ISSN); 1756-2074 (ISSN)

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    The role of knee immobilizers in cancer patients with femoral neuropathy

    Jones, Valerie A, Stubblefield, Michael D
    Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, February 2004, Vol.85(2), pp.303-7 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: The role of knee immobilizers in cancer patients with femoral neuropathy
    Auteur: Jones, Valerie A; Stubblefield, Michael D
    Sujet: Immobilization ; Orthotic Devices ; Femoral Neuropathy -- Rehabilitation ; Neoplasms -- Complications
    Description: To determine the utility of knee immobilizers for cancer patients with femoral neuropathy. Retrospective case series with chart reviews and telephone interviews. Teaching hospital, inpatient setting, and 1-year follow-up as outpatients. Five cancer patients with femoral neuropathy (4 men, 1 woman; age range, 51-76 y). Inclusion criteria were (1) diagnosis of femoral neuropathy, (2) receipt of knee immobilizer as an inpatient, and (3) ability to discuss opinions about knee orthotics at 1-year follow-up. Knee immobilizer. Main outcome measures Number of falls with and without knee immobilizer, ambulatory distance with and without immobilizer, subjective rating of activity level, and feeling of stability with and without immobilizer. Patients reported that the knee immobilizer reduced their number of falls by up to 10-fold, increased ambulatory distance between 105 and 420 ft (31.5 and 126 m), improved their feeling of stability, and increased overall activity levels. Patients can benefit from knee immobilizers during their rehabilitation efforts: risk of falls decreased, ambulation distance increased, and relative peace of mind was achieved with the orthotic's use.
    Fait partie de: Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation, February 2004, Vol.85(2), pp.303-7
    Identifiant: 0003-9993 (ISSN); 14966718 Version (PMID)

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    Implementation of a distributed guideline-based decision support model within a patient-guidance framework

    Shalom, Erez, Shahar, Yuval, Goldstein, Ayelet, Ariel, Elior, Sheinberger, Moshe, Fung, L.S.N., Jones, Valerie M., van Schooten, B.W., Riaño, David, Lenz, Richard, Miksch, Silvia, Peleg, Mor, Reichert, M.U., ten Teije, Anette
    Knowledge Representation for Health Care: AIME 2015 International Joint Workshop, KR4HC/ProHealth 2015, 2015, pp.111-125 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Implementation of a distributed guideline-based decision support model within a patient-guidance framework
    Auteur: Shalom, Erez; Shahar, Yuval; Goldstein, Ayelet; Ariel, Elior; Sheinberger, Moshe; Fung, L.S.N.; Jones, Valerie M.; van Schooten, B.W.; Riaño, David; Lenz, Richard; Miksch, Silvia; Peleg, Mor; Reichert, M.U.; ten Teije, Anette
    Sujet: Ewi-26598 ; Bss-Technology Supported Cognitive Training ; Decision Support ; Metis-312727 ; Ir-98861 ; Clinical Guidelines ; Distributed Computing
    Description: We report on new projection engine which was developed in order to implement a distributed guideline-based decision support system (DSS) within the European project MobiGuide.In this model, small portions of the guideline knowledge are projected, i.e. 'downloaded', from a central DSS server to a local DSS in the patient's mobile device, which then applies that knowledge using the mobile device’s local resources. Furthermore, the projection engine generates guideline projections which are adapted to the patient’s previously defined preferences and, implicitly, to the patient’s current context, which is embodied in the projected knowledge. We evaluated this distributed guideline application model for two complex guidelines: one for Gestational Diabetes Mellitus, and one for Atrial Fibrillation. We found that the initial specification of what we refer to as the customized guideline should be in the terms of the distributed DSS, i.e., include two levels: one for the central DSS, and one for...
    Fait partie de: Knowledge Representation for Health Care: AIME 2015 International Joint Workshop, KR4HC/ProHealth 2015, 2015, pp.111-125
    Identifiant: 978-3-319-26585-8 (ISBN)

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    The MADE Reference Information Model for Interoperable Pervasive Telemedicine Systems

    Fung, Nick L S, Jones, Valerie M, Hermens, Hermie J
    Methods of information in medicine, 23 March 2017, Vol.56(2), pp.180-187 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Tailoring real-time physical activity coaching systems: a literature survey and model

    Akker, Harm, Jones, Valerie, Hermens, Hermie
    User Modeling and User-Adapted Interaction, 2014, Vol.24(5), pp.351-392 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]