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Avaliação e acompanhamento de um programa de orientação e suporte psicossocial ao atendimento em atividades físicas para portadores de HIV/Aids; Avaliação e acompanhamento de um programa de orientação e suporte psicossocial ao atendimento em atividades físicas para portadores de HIV/AIDS

Pereira, Alexandre Vinicius da Silva
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 13/07/2009 Português
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O trabalho voltado à saúde tem recebido uma atenção especial em dois enfoques: a humanização do atendimento e a formação de equipes multidisciplinares. A primeira propõe a valorização da dimensão psicossocial do atendimento, processo amplo, complexo, que passa pela quebra de protocolos, como a relação de autoridade entre profissional e paciente; a formação de equipes multidisciplinares encontra dificuldades inerentes ao caráter racional das ciências especializadas, que fragmenta o saber, perdendo a visão de totalidade. Promover a humanização e o trabalho multidisciplinar, foi a proposta de uma equipe atuando em uma academia de ginástica, criada para atender portadores de HIV/Aids. Formada por alunos e profissionais da Educação Física, Fisioterapia, Nutrição e Psicologia, a equipe reunia-se para discutir aspectos técnicos e psicossociais referentes ao atendimento. O presente estudo teve como objetivo identificar elementos relacionados à apropriação do trabalho, produção de conhecimento derivado do atendimento prestado, e seus desdobramentos para a formação do profissional envolvido. Entrevistas individuais, realizadas junto aos participantes da equipe, permitiram a identificação de conteúdos referentes à avaliação do trabalho realizado...

A multidisciplinary engineering summer school in an industrial setting

Larsen, Peter Gorm; Fernandes, João M.; Habel, Jacek; Lehrskov, Hanne; Vos, Richard J. C.; Wallington, Oliver; Zidek, Jan
Fonte: Taylor & Francis Publicador: Taylor & Francis
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /12/2009 Português
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Most university-level engineering studies produce technically skilled engineers. However, typically students face several difficulties whenworking in multidisciplinary teams when they initiate their industrial careers. In a globalised world, it becomes increasingly important that engineers are capable of collaborating across disciplinary boundaries and exhibit soft competencies, like communication, interpersonal and social skills, time planning, creativity, initiative, and reflection. To prepare a group of engineering and industrial design students to acquire those capabilities, an international summer school that combined industrial design with different kinds of engineering disciplineswas organised on the site of Bang&Olufsen (B&O) in Denmark. This multidisciplinary engineering summer school was attended by students from six European university-level teaching institutions and was supervised by teachers from those institutions and industrial experts from B&O. The main aim of the summer school was to allow students to work in teams, composed of students from different knowledge disciplines and with different cultural backgrounds, with the purpose of developing innovative concepts and products, within a strong industrial perspective.; ERASMUS; B&O

Identification and assessment of behavioural competences in multidisciplinary teams within design projects

Campos, Diogo Manuel dos Santos; Lima, Rui M.; Fernandes, João M.
Fonte: Universidade do Minho Publicador: Universidade do Minho
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência
Publicado em /07/2012 Português
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In the technological area, there is a tendency of higher complexity of products. It is essential to the industry to have professionals capable of creating innovative concepts and ideas. The demand for employees with different disciplinary and cultural backgrounds able to collaborate efficiently in multidisciplinary and multicultural contexts is increasingly higher. Universities and companies aware of this have created programmes to prepare students for this demanding setting. The Danish audio designer and manufacturer Bang & Olufsen created the Conceptual Design and Development of Innovative Products programme where students from seven European universities work in an industrial setting for three weeks on the company’s headquarters in Struer, Denmark. The programme is characterized by an intensive schedule, team-oriented activities, problem-based learning with a multidisciplinary and multicultural approach. It aims to provide students with a better understanding across different technical backgrounds while, at the same time, develop new products and concepts for the company. Currently, the programme does not provide means to evaluate the students’ competences growth and evolution and, with this specific purpose a methodology was created and applied in the 2011 edition of the programme. This paper seeks to present the results and conclusions from the data collected.

Ética profissional e interdisciplinaridade: partilha de informação e confidencialidade em sede de equipas multidisciplinares

Castro, Rosa da Primavera
Fonte: Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Departamento de Economia, Gestão e Ciências Sociais Publicador: Universidade Católica Portuguesa. Departamento de Economia, Gestão e Ciências Sociais
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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A informação, com todas as suas potencialidades e limites, é um recurso que deve ser gerido no sentido de contribuir para o alcance dos objectivos profissionais, e é essencial que exista um plano estratégico de informação, devidamente articulado e coerente com a missão e objectivos da instituição onde se desenvolve a acção profissional. A confidencialidade da informação, no âmbito das equipas multidisciplinares, e a possibilidade da sua quebra, levantam, frequentemente, questões de natureza ético-legal, manifestadas nas expressões: o que devo saber? o que devo fazer com o que sei? e o que devo partilhar do meu saber? A preocupação de agir eticamente no processamento e comunicação de dados pessoais, que geram informação, deve obedecer a um rigoroso respeito pelos direitos do homem e pelas liberdades e garantias consagradas na lei e na constituição. A ética profissional deve ter subjacente um processo de tomada de consciência, que não derive de uma simples situação de vazio que é preciso preencher. Ela deve derivar de uma vontade e autêntica conformidade entre pensamento e comportamento profissional (Projecto Profissional). Information, with all its potential and limitations, is a resource that should be managed in order to contribute to the achievement of professional goals. It is essential to have a strategic information plan adequately articulated and consistent with the mission and objectives of the institution where the professional action is developed. The confidentiality of information in the context of multidisciplinary teams and the possibility of the breach thereof...

O burnout nos profissionais de equipas multidisciplinares de apoio à medida do Rendimento Social de Inserção, no distrito da Guarda

Rebelo, Helena Isabel Avelino
Fonte: Universidade Católica Portuguesa Publicador: Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 30/04/2013 Português
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Explorar a complexidade do fenómeno burnout, a síndrome da exaustão, torna-se pertinente devido às vicissitudes que o trabalho laboral sofre atualmente, nomeadamente no que respeita ao aumento do desemprego, dos contratos por termo certo, as perdas de regalias sociais, as alterações nos horários de trabalho, entre outros fatores que conferem ao profissional uma instabilidade psicológica e social. Neste sentido, o objetivo geral deste estudo passa por avaliar o burnout nos profissionais de equipas multidisciplinares de apoio à medida do Rendimento Social de Inserção do Centro Distrital de Segurança Social do distrito da Guarda. Para tal foi utilizado um questionário sociodemográfico e uma escala de avaliação, o Maslach Burnout Inventory- MBI, especificamente o destinado a profissionais de serviços humanos, o Human Services Survey- HSS, que revela a situação dos profissionais relativamente ao burnout através de três dimensões, a exaustão emocional, a despersonalização e a realização pessoal. Procedeu-se a um estudo de caráter quantitativo, descritivo e correlacional, a amostra é constituída por 60 inquiridos que pertencem às 9 equipas multidisciplinares de apoio à medida do Rendimento Social de Inserção...

Effect of guideline based computerised decision support on decision making of multidisciplinary teams: cluster randomised trial in cardiac rehabilitation

Goud, Rick; de Keizer, Nicolette F; ter Riet, Gerben; Wyatt, Jeremy C; Hasman, Arie; Hellemans, Irene M; Peek, Niels
Fonte: BMJ Publishing Group Ltd. Publicador: BMJ Publishing Group Ltd.
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Objective To determine the extent to which computerised decision support can improve concordance of multidisciplinary teams with therapeutic decisions recommended by guidelines.

Thoracic oncology multidisciplinary teams: Between the promises and challenges

Jazieh, Abdul-Rahman; Al Hadab, Abdulrahman; Howington, John
Fonte: Medknow Publications Publicador: Medknow Publications
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2008 Português
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The thoracic oncology multidisciplinary teams are playing an increasing role in the management of thoracic malignancies. These teams have a great potential to improve the patient care and the health care system, however, they are faced by many challenges. To realize the full potential of these teams, a better understanding of their functions, roles, benefits and challenges from all involved including teams members and leadership is crucial.

The CTSA as an Exemplar Framework for Developing Multidisciplinary Translational Teams

Calhoun, William J.; Wooten, Kevin; Bhavnani, Suresh; Anderson, Karl E.; Freeman, Jean; Brasier, Allan R.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Translational science requires that scientists from multiple disciplines work together to improve the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of human disease. Although a literature exists on the design and management of multidisciplinary teams, little has been written on multidisciplinary translational teams (MTTs). MTTs are distinct hybrid entities, with goals taken from both industry and academic models. We identified 30 design factors in 10 domains from a literature survey relevant to our MTT model: specific goals, structures, and processes. These dimensions were adapted to our own institutional environment in the selection and management of 11 MTTs that exploited resources of University of Texas Medical Branch (UTMB) Clinical and Translational Sciences Awards (CTSA). Case illustrations of two specific MTTs illustrate some of the challenges encountered and opportunities realized in terms of education and scientific advances. Network depiction of disciplinarity indicated that CTSA KRs and CTSA leadership contributed to discipline diversity especially in small (or nascent) MTTs. A separate depiction of MTT-KR utilization indicated that data analysis, translational technologies, and novel methods were heavily utilized by MTTs, whereas other KRs contributed significant effort to infrastructure development. We conclude that the CTSA can provide a rich infrastructural framework and scientific environment for the development of successful MTTs.

Game playbooks: tools to guide multidisciplinary teams in developing videogame-based behavior change interventions

Duncan, Lindsay R; Hieftje, Kimberly D; Culyba, Sabrina; Fiellin, Lynn E
Fonte: Springer US Publicador: Springer US
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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As mobile technologies and videogaming platforms are becoming increasingly prevalent in the realm of health and healthcare, so are the opportunities to use these resources to conduct behavioral interventions. The creation and empirical testing of game style interventions, however, is challenged by the requisite collaboration of multidisciplinary teams, including researchers and game developers who have different cultures, terminologies, and standards of evidence. Thus, traditional intervention development tools such as logic models and intervention manuals may need to be augmented by creating what we have termed “Game Playbooks” which are intervention guidebooks that are created by, understood by, and acceptable to all members of the multidisciplinary game development team. The purpose of this paper is to describe the importance and content of a Game Playbook created to aide in the development of a videogame intervention designed specifically for health behavior change in young teens as well as the process for creating such a tool. We draw on the experience of our research and game design team to describe the critical components of the Game Playbook and the necessity of creating such a tool.

Assessing and Evaluating Multidisciplinary Translational Teams: A Mixed Methods Approach

Wooten, Kevin C.; Rose, Robert M.; Ostir, Glenn V.; Calhoun, William J.; Ameredes, Bill T.; Brasier, Allan R.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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A case report illustrates how multidisciplinary translational teams can be assessed using outcome, process, and developmental types of evaluation using a mixed methods approach. Types of evaluation appropriate for teams are considered in relation to relevant research questions and assessment methods. Logic models are applied to scientific projects and team development to inform choices between methods within a mixed methods design. Use of an expert panel is reviewed, culminating in consensus ratings of 11 multidisciplinary teams and a final evaluation within a team type taxonomy. Based on team maturation and scientific progress, teams were designated as: a) early in development, b) traditional, c) process focused, or d) exemplary. Lessons learned from data reduction, use of mixed methods, and use of expert panels are explored.

O aperfeiçoamento dos assistentes sociais no Programa de Residência Multiprofissional em Saúde de um hospital universitário; The improvement of social workers in the Multidisciplinary Residency in Health of a public hospital

Dias, Heloísa Helena Rodrigues
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Ensino na Saúde (FM); Faculdade de Medicina - FM (RG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Ensino na Saúde (FM); Faculdade de Medicina - FM (RG)
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: image/jpeg; application/pdf
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INTRODUCTION: This study is about knowing the perception of former students and preceptors relative to the Multidisciplinary Residency in Health at the Federal University of Goiás Public Hospital during the period of 2010 to 2012. OBJECTIVES: To analyze the perception of social workers (preceptors and former students) with respect to their performance, as well as understand the deployment and implementation process of the Multidisciplinary Residency in Health Program (PRMS as the portuguese acronym); identify the necessary skills to labor in the SUS and describe the difficulties encountered in the field of action. METHODS: A descriptive and exploratory study with qualitative approach. The instrument was a semi-structured interview with open questions recorded from five preceptors and twelve former social workers students. The transcribed interviews were submitted to content analysis proposed by Bardin and using the software ATLAS TI. The analyzes were performed taking into account the formation and the professional performance in residence and presented the factors that affect the field of action. RESULTS: It’s necessary to: acquire new knowledges to work in multidisciplinary teams; to develop specific competencies for preceptorship and for work in the SUS; to enhance inter-branch...

O contributo dos trabalhadores n??o docentes no sucesso educativo no sistema de ensino portugu??s

Pan??o Ramalho, Anabela; G??is Ramalho, Jo??o
Fonte: Universidad de Granada Publicador: Universidad de Granada
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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O regime de autonomia, administra????o e gest??o dos estabelecimentos da educa????o pr?? - escolar e dos ensinos b??sico e secund??rio veio subordinar a administra????o das escolas a um conjunto de princ??pios, nomeadamente da democraticidade e participa????o de todos os intervenientes no processo educativo e da representatividade nos ??rg??os de administra????o e gest??o da escola, garantida pela elei????o democr??tica dos representantes da comunidade educativa. Com este regime de gest??o das escolas, os trabalhadores n??o docentes passaram a ter um papel mais ativo, atrav??s da sua presen??a nos ??rg??os de gest??o da escola, para al??m das fun????es que desenvolvem no contexto dos seus conte??dos funcionais, como t??cnicos superiores, assistentes t??cnicos e assistentes operacionais, das quais destacamos, a contribui????o para a sua forma????o profissional, bem estar e seguran??a dos discentes, coopera????o com os membros da comunidade educativa no processo educativo e na detec????o de situa????es que exijam corre????o ou interven????o urgente. Propomo-nos demonstrar, como poderemos obter um melhor aproveitamento destes trabalhadores n??o docentes integrados em equipes multidisciplinares para obter um maior sucesso educativo nos estabelecimentos de ensino em Portugal.; The autonomy principle...

STANDARDIZED CLINICAL PATHWAYS FOR ESOPHAGECTOMY ARE NOT A REALITY IN BRAZIL, EVEN WITH A HIGH PREVALENCE OF ESOPHAGEAL CANCER AND ACHALASIA

ZAMUNER,Marina; HERBELLA,Fernando A. M.; AQUINO,José L. B.
Fonte: Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgia Digestiva Publicador: Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgia Digestiva
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/09/2015 Português
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Background:The adoption of standardized protocols and specialized multidisciplinary teams for esophagectomy involve changes in routines with the implantation of expensive clinical practices and deviations from ingrained treatment philosophies. Aim:To evaluate the prevalence of standardized protocols and specialized multidisciplinary teams in São Paulo state, Brazil. Methods:Institutions that routinely perform esophagectomies in São Paulo were contacted and questioned about the work team involved in the procedure and the presence of standardized routines in the preoperatory care. Results: Fifteen centers answered the questionnaire: 10 (67%) public institutions and five (33%) private. There were seven (47%) medical schools, six (40%) with a residency program and two (13%) nonacademic institutions. The mean number of esophagectomies per year was 23. There was a multidisciplinary pre-operative team in nine (60%). There was a multidisciplinary postoperative team in 11 (73%). Early mobilization protocol was adopted in 12 (80%) institutions, early feeding in 13 (87%), routinely epidural in seven (47%), analgesia protocol in seven (47%), hydric restriction in six (40%), early extubation in six (40%), standardized hospitalization time in four (27%) and standardized intensive care time in two (13%). Conclusion:The prevalence of standardized protocols and specialized teams is very low in Sao Paulo state...

Predicting transactive memory system in multidisciplinary teams: The interplay between team and professional identities

Liao, Jenny; O'Brien, Anne T.; Jimmieson, Nerina L.; Restubog, Simon Lloyd D.
Fonte: Elsevier Publicador: Elsevier
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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In explaining how communication quality predicts TMS in multidisciplinary teams, we drew on the social identity approach to investigate the mediating role of team identification and the moderating role of professional identification. Recognizing that professional identification could trigger intergroup biases among professional subgroups, or alternatively, could bring resources to the team, we explored the potential moderating role of professional identification in the relationship between team identification and TMS. Using data collected from 882 healthcare personnel working in 126 multidisciplinary hospital teams, results supported our hypothesis that perceived communication quality predicted TMS through team identification. Furthermore, findings provided support for a resource view of professional subgroup identities with results indicating that high levels of professional identification compensated for low levels of team identification in predicting TMS. We provide recommendations on how social identities may be used to promote TMS in multidisciplinary teams.

The informational roles and psychological health of members of 10 oncology multidisciplinary teams in the UK

Catt, S; Fallowfield, L; Jenkins, V; Langridge, C; Cox, A
Fonte: Nature Publishing Group Publicador: Nature Publishing Group
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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We report here the different roles undertaken by the members of 10 multidisciplinary cancer teams in conveying information to patients during their care. Team members completed an Informational Roles Questionnaire measuring an individual's perception of their major role and that of their colleagues in giving information to patients. They also completed two standard psychological health measures, the General Health Questionnaire and Maslach Burnout Inventory. The information giving roles of the surgeon, oncologist, radiologist and clinical nurse specialist were well recognised by their colleagues; however, other team members' roles were more ambiguous and less well understood. The clinical nurse specialist provided the broadest information coverage for patients. Few professional groups regularly informed patients about clinical trials and family history and the clinical nurse specialist was often the only person to deal with patients' sexual well being, consequently these areas are likely to receive poor coverage. Probable psychiatric morbidity (GHQ⩾4) in teams ranged from 5 to 27%. High levels of emotional exhaustion were particularly apparent in team leaders and nurses and feelings of low levels of personal accomplishment were prevalent in the histopathologists and radiologists. Putative benefits to patients and healthcare professionals from multidisciplinary team working may not be realised without investment in team training.

Daily Practice Teams in Nursing Homes: Evidence From New York State

Temkin-Greener, Helena; Cai, Shubing; Katz, Paul; Zhao, Hongwei; Mukamel, Dana B.
Fonte: Oxford University Press Publicador: Oxford University Press
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Purpose: Most health care organizations, including nursing homes, report having teams. However, little is known about everyday practice teams among staff providing direct resident care. We assess the prevalence of such teams in nursing homes as reported by direct care staff and administrators, and examine characteristics of facilities that foster these teams. Design and Methods: The analytical model is based on 149 nursing homes. Data sources include surveys of administrators (n = 292) and direct care staff (n = 6,867), and Online Survey Certification and Reporting System. Linear regression with robust standard errors and sampling probability weights is used to examine the relationship between daily practice teams and facility characteristics. Results: On average, 16% of workers per facility report practicing in formal multidisciplinary teams providing daily resident care. Team prevalence is 3.3% higher when managers view teams as very important for clinical care quality, 2.6% higher when the directors of nursing report formally organized teams, 2.5% higher for each 10% increase in workers' involvement in teams other than the daily practice teams, and 1.95% higher for each 1-hr increase in nursing hours. Implications: Our study shows that multidisciplinary daily practice teams can be found in most facilities in our large sample...

Work in multidisciplinary teams: a study about mobilization of knowledge and learning in an organization of complex products

Lucch,Melissa; Bianco,Mônica de Fátima; Lourenção,Paulo Tadeu de Mello
Fonte: ANPAD - Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Administração Publicador: ANPAD - Associação Nacional de Pós-Graduação e Pesquisa em Administração
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/09/2011 Português
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This article, the result of a Master's thesis, has as the main objective to investigate how trainee-engineers from the Advanced Training Program for Engineers (ATPE), from a Brazilian organization called Challenge, working in multidisciplinary teams with the help of mentors, interact and mobilize their knowledge, resulting in learning. To accomplish this, a Theoretical Reference Model based on the studies of Nonaka and Takeuchi (1997); Crossan, Lane and White (1999); Choo (2000, 2001); Garvin (2002); Schwartz (2003); Zietsma, Winn, Branzei and Vertinsky (2002); Senge (2006) and Castañeda, Rios (2007) and Pérez-Acosta (2005) was built. The data of this qualitative study case was garnered by an open questionnaire, individual interviews and questionnaires with a closed scale, applied in October and November of 2008. The results show that ATPE is seen as a proper driver of the mobilization, interaction and exchange of knowledge between trainee-engineers and mentors, resulting in learning at individual and group levels. Mentors are professionals that stimulate attention, autonomy and promote integration in an environment that simulates the business one. These aspects were seen as facilitators of the interaction and learning in ATPE. At the end...

The use of sports psychology consultants in elite sports teams

Reverter Masía, Joaquín; Legaz Arrese, Alejandro; Munguía Izquierdo, Diego; Roig Pull, Marc; Gimeno Marco, Fernando; Barbany i Cairó, Joan Ramon
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2008 Português
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This study investigates the use of psychology services in teams of the top division Spanish leagues of handball, basketball, volleyball, indoor soccer, soccer and field hockey. Personal interviews were conducted to determine the composition of the multidisciplinary teams. The response rate was 81.8% (77 of 94). Though most teams have different professionals employed on a full-time basis, only 15.6% of these teams have a sport psychologist. Moreover, only three teams have a full-time sports psychologist. These results indicate that, compared to other professional services, managers and/or coaches do not perceive the need for psychological services. We discarded the hypothesis that most of the teams do not hire psychologists due to financial reasons. Sport psychology associations should reinforce the importance of the psychologist to enhance sports performance.

A Multidisciplinary approach to sustainable product and process design

Carrano, Andres; Thorn, Brian
Fonte: Elsevier Publicador: Elsevier
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET) requirements specify a capstone experience for engineers graduating with a baccalaureate degree. At Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), students have the option to participate In a two or three-quarter multidisciplinary design program. In the program, multidisciplinary teams of engineering students engage In projects on behalf of a client while being overseen by faculty advisors. Two projects that address sustainable product and process design were funded by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) within Its P3 student competition. This paper describes the administration of the design teams, project deliverables, student learning outcomes, and the overall experience.; RIT community members may access full-text via RIT Libraries licensed databases: http://library.rit.edu/databases/

Multidisciplinary approach and multimodal therapy in resected pancreatic cancer: Observational study

Morales,R.; Cuadrado,A.; Noguera,J. F.; Dolz,C.; Vilella,A.; Riera,J.; González de Cabo,M.; Arriví,A.; Falcó,E.; García Bonafe,M.; Company,M.; Vicens,J. C.; Socías,A.
Fonte: Revista Española de Enfermedades Digestivas Publicador: Revista Española de Enfermedades Digestivas
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; journal article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion Formato: text/html; application/pdf
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Objective: analysis and evaluation of a multidisciplinary approach, postoperative results and survival of a group of patients with resected pancreatic cancer after a multimodal therapy. Design: descriptive, prospective and observational study. Patients: between January 2004 and December 2004, 124 patients with pancreatic cancer were evaluated. In 30 patients pancreatic resection was performed, and they are the object of this study. Results of preoperative evaluation, postoperative morbidity and mortality, and long term survival were studied. Results: diagnostic evaluation was completed in ambulatory basis in 20% of the patients. In 63% of cases, admission was done in the same day of surgery. In 3 patients (9%), tumor resection was not achieved, therefore, concordance between radiological and surgical resectability rate was 91%. Resectability rate was 24.1%. Surgical Mortality was 3.3%, with a global morbidity rate of 56.6%. Survival at one, two, three and, four years was 76.2%, 56.3%, 43%, y 27.3% respectively. Conclusions: technological development and coordination of efforts in multidisciplinary teams offer an accurate evaluation of tumor involvement, and may reduce the number of laparotomies without tumor resection. The application of a systematic and generalized multimodal treatment in pancreatic cancer is progressively showing a tendency of progressive increase in resectability and survival rates in pancreatic cancer.