EGEDE


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EGEDEEmerging Global Electronic Distance Education
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These types of negative communication are associated with worse self-management of chronic conditions (Mayberry, Egede, Wagner, & Osborn, 2015; Rosland & Piette, 2010; Tang, Brown, Funnell, & Anderson, 2008).
Ibrahim, Egede, and Fine hope the "first and second generation health equity studies" presented in the special issue will create a broader foundation of knowledge for future researchparticularly as more veterans receive care outside the VA Healthcare System.
It is a treat that The Journal Jurisprudence includes the piece written Dr Edwin Egede of Cardiff University on the Law of the Sea Convention (LOSC) 1982.
2002; Egede, Ye, Zheng, & Silverstein, 2002; Fennell, 2004), female, younger than 65 years of age, having a high school education or greater, residing in the Western U.
En este sentido, se ha confirmado que el aumento de los sintomas depresivos esta asociado con un incremento en la severidad y en el numero de complicaciones de la diabetes (De Groot, Anderson, Freedland, Clouse y Lustman, 2001; Egede, Nietert y Zheng, 2005; Yoshida, Hirai, Suzuki, Awata y Oka, 2009), lo que sugiere que la relacion entre los sintomas depresivos y las complicaciones de la diabetes es proporcional.
When the Danish-Norwegian clergyman Hans Egede (1686-1758) came to Greenland in 1721 with the purpose to Christian the population he denied baptizing anybody until they had got a sufficient education (Kristensen 2008, Hoiris and Faegteborg 2009).
Grace N Ojie and Stephen C Egede are Lecturers in the Department of Fine and Applied Arts, Delta State University, Abraka, Delta State, Nigeria.
Egede, professor of medicine in the division of general internal medicine and geriatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Egede, a professor in the division of general internal medicine and geriatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston.
With: Lars Rosing, Angunnguaq Larsen, Julie Berthelsen, Marius Olsen, Makka Kleist, Amos Egede, Morten Rose.
In 1741, Hans Egede, the first missionary to Greenland noted that "It is strange .