CAERS

AcronymDefinition
CAERSCanadian Anti-Racism Education and Research Society (est. 1984)
CAERSCFSAN (Center for Food Safety and Applied Nutrition) Adverse Event Reporting System (US FDA)
CAERSComputer Aided Emergency Response System (nuclear energy; Belgium)
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Caers and his colleagues then turn to the economic literature and report on how organizations (mostly for-profit) have begun using Facebook for marketing, branding, and reputation management.
Caers, R., De Feyter, T., De Couck M., Stough, T., Vigna, C., & Du Bois, C.
[flecha diestra] Caers, R.; De Feyter, T.; De Couck, M.; Stough, T.; Vigna, C.
Caers et al., "Immunomodulatory effects of the Agaricus blazei Murrill-based mushroom extract Andosan in patients with multiple myeloma undergoing high dose chemotherapy and autologous stem cell transplantation: A randomized, double blinded clinical study," BioMed Research International, vol.
A constituicao de uma iniciativa social podera tambem surgir de um sentimento de afiliacao para com uma determinada comunidade, onde a emocao e a compaixao sao motivos de relevo (Miller, Grimes, McMullen & Vogus, 2012; Schepers, Gieter, Pepermans, Bois, Caers & Jegers, 2005).
Jo Caers and Yves Beguin designed the study and recruited and informed patients.
The concept of a minimum threshold percentage of certain [omega]3/[omega]6 fatty acids has been explored in many bivalve species, particularly as it relates to larval development (e.g., Caers et al., 2002; Hendriks et al., 2003; Milke et al., 2004), and may also be at work in this system.
The impact manifests the inability of traditional way of life to meet the needs of new society hatched by new media, which has enlarged the generation gap and led to the difficulty of understanding among people from the same or differing cultures (Caers, et al., 2013; Chen, 2012; Kaul, 2012; Shuter, 2011, 2012).
In this book, author Ralf Caers presents readers with a comprehensive introduction to the theory and contemporary practice of human resource management (HRM), recruitment and selection, specialization and leadership in the pursuit of developing performance, and the dismissal of staff.