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Whelan, G.

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  • Oesophageal manometry: how well does it predict oesophageal function.

    The variability in manometric measurements of oesophageal peristalsis was assessed in 10 volunteers. The amplitude, velocity and duration of the peristaltic waves resulting from 10 separate 10 ml boluses of water were measured at fixed distances above the lower oesophageal sphincter (LOS). After a 10 minute rest period with the manometry catheter still in situ peristaltic values in response to a second group of 10 10 ml boluses were measured. The measurement of peristaltic amplitude at a fixe...

    Last Act Of Rebellion at Compass Festival, Leeds 2016

    ‘A wonderful body of work’ – The Guardian\ud \ud Lone Twin, one of the UK’s most distinctive and celebrated performance companies, mark their 20th anniversary in 2017. Compass Festival are proud to start the celebrations early with the world premiere of Last Act of Rebellion. \ud \ud Artistic Directors Gary Winters and Gregg Whelan bring together collaborators from across the arts to work with the mighty playlist of popular song the duo began collating in 1997; these are the songs of our time...

    Rolling stock quality - Improvements and user willingness to pay.

    This study has estimated monetary valuations of various types of rolling stock and stock related attributes in relation to each other. It has used a combination of Revealed Preference (RP) and Stated Preference (SP) methods. The estimated monetary valuations of different types of rolling stock do not vary greatly and this contrasts with most of the previous quantitative research findings in this area.\ud \ud \ud The largest valuation of one stock type in relation to another was 39 pence per s...

    Market segmentation analysis

    INTRODUCTION \ud \ud This working paper presents the findings of research aimed at assessing differences in the value of time by market segment. It draws on findings presented in AHCG’s final report to DETR (AHCG, 1996) and previous research conducted during the course of this research contract (Bates and Whelan, 2001) and it is intended that this document be read in conjunction with those two reports. \ud \ud The paper describes the estimation of a base model for each journey-purpose (busine...

    Meat Your Enemy: Animal Rights, Alignment, and Radical Change

    Radical change can be conceived in terms of the reconceiving of ontological distinctions, such as those separating humans from animals. In building on insights from French pragmatism, we suggest that, while no doubt very difficult, radical change can potentially be achieved by creating “alignment” between multiple “economies of worth” or “common worlds” (e.g., the market world of money, the industrial world of efficiency). Using recent campaigns by animal rights organizations as our case, we ...

    Size and sign of time savings

    INTRODUCTION\ud \ud \ud The conventional approach in the U.K. has been to value all travel time changes at a constant\ud rate regardless of their size or direction. This ‘constant unit value’ approach was supported\ud by the 1980-86 UK DoT Value of Time Study (MVA/ITS/TSU, 1987). However, there has\ud always remained a vocal body of opinion critical of this approach (see Welch and Williams,\ud 1997, for references and discussion). Some of the main objections have been the following:\ud \ud i....
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