ResearchPad - interview https://www.researchpad.co Default RSS Feed en-us © 2020 Newgen KnowledgeWorks <![CDATA[Anouchka Grose: Apocalypse now]]> https://www.researchpad.co/article/elastic_article_16554 <![CDATA[Lead Management Decision-making: What Can We Learn from Outcomes Following Lead Extraction versus Capping?]]> https://www.researchpad.co/article/elastic_article_13232 <![CDATA[A Comparison of Two Insulated Electrocautery Blades: What is the Thermal Damage Effect on Transvenous Cardiac Device Leads?]]> https://www.researchpad.co/article/elastic_article_13221 <![CDATA[10 Questions and 4 experts on Corona]]> https://www.researchpad.co/article/elastic_article_9556 A multi‐person interview on the unrolling corona pandemic with Samuel Alizon, Akiko Iwasaki, Gerard Krause and Rino Rappuoli.

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<![CDATA[George Fu Gao: the past and future of Ebola]]> https://www.researchpad.co/article/N92a44716-25f9-43c3-9c60-3bed10f2362f

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Newly returned from the frontline of the battle against Ebola in West Africa, Dr George Fu Gao talked to NSR on this largest Ebola epidemic in history. As Deputy Director-General of the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention (China CDC), an Academician of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a fellow of the Third World Academy of Sciences (TWAS), Dr Gao has been personally involved in the fight against acute infectious diseases both on the laboratory bench and in the field for many years. Recalling the sight of an Ebola-infected young man stumbling to his death on the street and observing the continuing climb of patient statistics, he anxiously calls for larger global help to affected countries. The help provided by the world community to West Africa was ‘too late and insufficient’, and in this age of globalization ‘no country can care only for herself alone’. In this interview, Dr Gao also reviews the history, progression, and prognosis of the Ebola epidemic, the cause of failure in the early prevention and containment of the disease, the role of government policies and public health systems, and global prospects and strategies for similar acute infectious diseases in the future.

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<![CDATA[Profile interview with Dr Mulinda Nyirenda]]> https://www.researchpad.co/article/N734f4722-cf00-4315-bbe7-f7d46b6d9539 ]]> <![CDATA[Profile Interview: Prof. Terrie Taylor]]> https://www.researchpad.co/article/5c3fc4c3d5eed0c484e0cc61 ]]> <![CDATA[Science and Society, Part IV: Psychologist Paul Eelen “Not a Single Football Player will Believe that he is Determined by the Ball”]]> https://www.researchpad.co/article/5c157b0dd5eed0c4841a09c5

This manuscript is part of a special issue to commemorate professor Paul Eelen, who passed away on August 21, 2016. Paul was a clinically oriented scientist, for whom learning principles (Pavlovian or operant) were more than salivary responses and lever presses. His expertise in learning psychology and his enthusiasm to translate this knowledge to clinical practice inspired many inside and outside academia. Several of his original writings were in the Dutch language. Instead of editing a special issue with contributions of colleagues and friends, we decided to translate a selection of his manuscripts to English to allow wide access to his original insights and opinions. Even though the manuscripts were written more than two decades ago, their content is surprisingly contemporary. The present manuscript presents a translation of an interview with Paul Eelen by the University of Leuven student magazine Veto.

First published as: Wetenschap en maatschappij deel vijf: de psycholoog Paul Eelen. “Geen enkele voetballer zal geloven dat hij gedetermineerd is door de bal”. Interview in Veto Magazine, April 3 2000, 26, pp. 8–9. Interviewed by: Diederik Vandendriessche and Yves Dejaegere.1

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In September 2014, Global Advances in Health and Medicine editor Michele Mittelman, RN, MPH, interviewed four of the leaders in health and wellness coaching about trends in coaching and the progress of the National Consortium for Credentialing of Health & Wellness Coaches. Following are the transcripts of those interviews. Additionally, videos of the interviews are available at www.gahmj.com.

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