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Their capacity to delight: knowing persons with dementia through haiku
This research explores the use of haiku poetry to connect with persons with dementia. The happenings during two one-hour sessions provide the main focus for this study. These sessions were part of an ongoing spiritual care ...
A short address to the members of the loyal associations, on the present state of public affairs : containing a brief exposition of the designs of the French upon this country, and of their proposed division of Great Britain and Ireland into three distinct and independent republics, with a list of the directories and ministers of the same, as prepared by the Directory at Paris
Optimizing fracture management: Correlating the physical and mechanical properties of bone to computed tomography to generate an estimate of bone quality
Non-invasive estimates of bone quality are of great interest as they could potentially improve the diagnosis and treatments for bone disorders, such as osteoporosis, and could aid in preoperative planning of surgical ...
Repression, freedom, and minimal geography: human rights, humanitarian law, and Canadian involvement in El Salvador, 1977-1984
This thesis addresses the potential for third parties to apply or make use of International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law to protect civilians caught in the midst of civil war. A case study is presented ...
The Attentive Hearing Aid: visual selection of auditory sources
We present the Attentive Hearing Aid, a system that uses eye input to amplify the audio of tagged sound sources in the environment. A multidisciplinary project, we use the latest technology to take advantage of the social ...
A density-functional theory including dispersion interactions
The London dispersion interaction is responsible for attraction between non-polar molecules and is of great importance in describing structure and reactivity in many areas of chemistry. Dispersion is difficult to model ...