Mathematics Research Reports is free for readers and authors. It publishes research announcements of significant advances in all branches of mathematics, short complete papers of original research (up to about 15 journal pages), and review articles (up to about 30 journal pages).
Our work is based in the insights and theoretical frameworks generated by foundational disciplines (such as psychology, sociology, policy studies, mathematics, and economics) working with all professional groups in health and social care, and patients and carers. Our research strength covers the life course from maternal and child health, though mental health to long term conditions, obesity.
This research was funded by the California Health Care Foundation and conducted by the Access and Delivery Program within RAND Health Care. This report is part of the RAND Corporation research report series. RAND reports present research findings and objective analysis that address the challenges facing the public and private sectors. All RAND.
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While the COVID-19 pandemic impacted care, research and many other health-related activities, the Edmond J. Safra fellows and mentors evolved to continue learning, caring for people with Parkinson.
This Ofsted survey report is based predominantly on evidence from inspections of mathematics between January 2008 and July 2011 in maintained schools in England. Inspectors visited 160 primary and.
Project overview Learning mathematics can be challenging; however, not all mathematics difficulties result from cognitive difficulties. Some children and adults have mathematics anxiety (MA) which severely disrupts their performance. MA is a debilitating emotional reaction to mathematics that is increasingly recognised in psychology and education.
AMS peer-reviewed journals are of the highest quality in mathematical research. Our journals have been published since 1891 and cover a broad range of mathematics. Each journal is managed by editors who are prominent in their fields, and each is unique in its offering of articles, book reviews, and reports.
Social Care Summit Report: How can research improve social care for autistic adults? Many autistic people rely on social care services but there is very little research evidence about how best to provide these services. We held a collaborative workshop at the University of Kent to develop research ideas to improve adult social care and help people to live long, happy, healthy lives. This is a.
Online Mathematics Help for Students of all Academic Levels. When it comes to math and writing, it’s fairly common for a person to be strong in one and weak in the other. As you can imagine, writing a research paper on mathematics is no easy task. If you feel like your drowning in a sea of complex number theory, take heart. Help is right here.
Reports for Stakeholders. Climate Change, Risk and Resilience: Lessons for Health and Social Care Cross-Sector Symposium. In association with the Social Care Institute for Excellence (SCIE) and the Adaptation and Resilience to a Changing Climate (ARCC) Coordination Network 21st October 2011, Kings College London. Resources. Climate Change, Risk and Resilience: Lessons for Health and Social.
This short booklet reproduces the executive summary of the CARE research report 'Women responders: Placing local action at the centre of humanitarian protection programming' and the guidance note for practitioners and donors outlining detailed and practical recommendations for meaningful collaboration with women responders in protection programming.
This is a new public platform intended to document and report on the lived experiences, caring strategies, and solidarity initiatives of people and groups across the globe during the COVID-19 pandemic. On the thinking behind the project, III Global Economies of Care Research Theme Convenor Professor Bev Skeggs writes: 'This pandemic is a moment for radical thinking, nothing will be the same.
Unpaid care is still not given the recognition it deserves from either government or employers. In this submission we look at the issues facing carers and evidence from trade unions, before responding to the specific consultation questions. The TUC rejects the proposal that carers leave should be unpaid. Unpaid care is still not given the recognition it deserves from either government or.A new research report published today by the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) offers a groundbreaking study of the triggers for disengagement in health and care professionals from Picker.Critical Care Research and Practice publishes articles related to anesthesiology, perioperative and critical care medicine, and the integration of intraoperative management in preparation for postoperative critical care management.