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  • Anton’s syndrome

    Portelli, Luke (2013)
    57-year-old male admitted to ITU with a severe Community Acquired Pneumonia. Stayed in ITU for about three weeks and during this period suffered an episode of deterioration which was attributed to multiple venous infarcts of the brain. This caused the patient to become blind. Anton’s Syndrome is a very rare type of brain damage that occurs in the occipital lobe. People with the condition suffer from cortical blindness.

    Il Romanticismo Italiano e la nascita della letteratura Maltese

    Friggieri, Oliver; (1982)
    This material forms part of the Oliver Friggieri Collection

    Social and emotional learning in the Greek educational system : an Ithaca journey

    Hatzichristou, Chryse; Lianos, Panayiotis G.; Centre for Resilience & Socio-Emotional Health (2016)
    This article portrays the ongoing and ever-expanding journey of the Center for Research and Practice of School Psychology (CRPSP) of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. Based on an integrative approach to school community well-being that includes positive psychology perspectives and systems interventions, all activities of the Center focus on a social and emotional learning (SEL) framework that emphasizes strengths and contextual protective factors for members o...

    Effectiveness of opportunistic screening for cancer of the cervix uteri

    Busuttil, Roderick; Dalmas, Miriam; Cilia Vincenti, Albert; (2006)
    The incidence and mortality of uterine cervical cancer in the Maltese Islands has remained relatively constant in medical records of the last few decades. The aim of this study was to determine the cervical cancer screening history and other characteristics of the invasive cervical cancer cases diagnosed in Malta between 1992 and 2002, from a review of their medical records. Only 5% of the cases reviewed had had regular cervical smears prior to the diagnosis of the invasive lesion. Well organ...

    Universities of the Third Age : a rationale for transformative education in later life

    Formosa, Marvin (2010)
    This article addresses the political context of third-age learning. It aims to expose how relations of power and inequality, in their myriad combinations and complexities, are manifest in Universities of the Third Age [U3As]. The dominant functionalist approach towards late-life learning is jettisoned in favor of a socio-political framework that asks: whose interests are really being served? and, who controls the learning process? It highlights the role of U3As in reproducing unequal relation...
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