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See detailMaking Progress in People-centred Care: Country Experiences and Lessons Learnt
Montenegro, H; Ramagem, C; Kawar, R et al

in International Journal of Person-Centered Medicine (2012), 2(1), 64-72

Orienting healthcare towards people-centred primary care is one of the four policy directions for the renewal of primary healthcare outlined in the World Health Report 2008, Primary Health Care: Now More ... [more ▼]

Orienting healthcare towards people-centred primary care is one of the four policy directions for the renewal of primary healthcare outlined in the World Health Report 2008, Primary Health Care: Now More than Ever - along with universal coverage, health in all policies and more inclusive health governance. During the Fourth Geneva Conference on Person- centred Medicine, WHO organized a session on policies and health system interventions that help make care more people- centred. Case studies from Chile, New Zealand, Spain (Basque Region) and Uganda illustrated that the implementation of people-centred care (PCC) varies greatly across countries. Despite these variations, three key lessons emerge. First - efforts to make care more people-centred may more likely succeed when they are linked to or are part of other major drivers of change such as improving equity in health, establishing rights or addressing chronic diseases. Second - such efforts tend to be long-term processes that require sustained political will and leadership as well as consistency over time. Top-down, supply-driven reforms need to be complemented with bottom-up, demand-driven measures to facilitate change. Third - participation of all interested parties (policy-makers, providers and users) as well as other sectors is vital for ensuring success. The case studies suggest that people-centred care is more likely to succeed when it is implemented using system- wide approaches that make use of multiple policy instruments intervening at different levels while guaranteeing sustainable financing and alignment of financial incentives. [less ▲]

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See detailMaking sense of residues on flaked stone artefacts: learning from blind tests
Rots, Veerle ULg; Hayes, Elspeth; Cnuts, Dries ULg et al

in PLoS ONE (2016)

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See detailMaking sense of science and technology in contemporary societies
Delvenne, Pierre ULg

Conference (2015, January 16)

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See detailMaking sense of the Chaos: Model-based CVS monitoring and decision support in critical care
Shaw, G. M.; Chase, J. G.; Hann, C. E. et al

in Proceedings of the NZ Physiological Society 2008 Medical Science Congress (MedSci 2008) (2008)

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See detailMaking sense of the fume: GCxGC-TOFMS analysis of mainstream tobacco smoke
Brokl, Michal ULg; Bishop; Wright et al

Conference (2013, January)

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See detailMaking sense of the industrial revolution, English economy and society 1700-1850.
Geerkens, Eric ULg

in Revue Belge de Philologie et d'Histoire (2003), 81(2), 519-521

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See detailMaking Sense or/of Decisions? Collective Action in Early Release Process
Bastard, Joséphine ULg; Dubois, Christophe ULg

in Hondeghem, Annie; Rousseaux, Xavier; Schoenaers, Frédéric (Eds.) Modernisation of the Criminal Justice Chain and the Judicial System (2016)

In Belgium, since the 1st of February 2007, Sentence Implementation Courts (SIC) have been responsible for granting early release to prisoners serving a sen- tence of more than three years. Far from the ... [more ▼]

In Belgium, since the 1st of February 2007, Sentence Implementation Courts (SIC) have been responsible for granting early release to prisoners serving a sen- tence of more than three years. Far from the traditional idea of a ritualised justice (Garapon 2001), this court “does not judge” but makes decisions. These decisions are not produced through the syllogistic reasoning of some judges mechanically applying general rules to specific cases (Beccaria 2006). They rather depend on complex organising processes, enacted by various professional groups: SIC mag- istrates, prison governors, prison clerks, Prison Psychosocial Team (PST), and Prison Central Administration (Halliday et al. 2009). Those professionals are pro- ducing and making sense of diverse documents (Freeman 2006). This chapter looks at the process through which judicial decisions are made by the SIC. It aims at accounting for the cooperation between the stakeholders. The formal coordination between the professional groups will be depicted, as well as their concrete practices and interactions. In doing so, we will emphasise the importance of documents as “boundary objects” (Star and Griesemer 1989) supporting professionals’ cooperation. We will also analyse how “sensemaking” (Weick et al. 2005) underlies collective action across time and space along the sen- tence enforcement process. [less ▲]

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See detailMaking Technology Assessment Accessible to New Players
Delvenne, Pierre ULg; Rosskamp, Benedikt ULg; Fitzgerald, Ciara et al

in Klüver, Lars; Nielsen, Rasmus; Jorgensen, Marie-Louise (Eds.) Policy-Oriented Technology Assessment Across Europe. Expanding Capacities (2016)

This chapter reports on the two PACITA summers schools, which were aimed at teaching TA as well as enhancing mutual-learning activities. The first summer school concentrated on the topic ‘Renewable Energy ... [more ▼]

This chapter reports on the two PACITA summers schools, which were aimed at teaching TA as well as enhancing mutual-learning activities. The first summer school concentrated on the topic ‘Renewable Energy Systems- role and use of PTA’ and it was held in Liege in June 2012. The second summer school addressed the topic of ‘Ageing and Technology’, and was held in Cork in June 2014. We describe the rationale and format of the summer school in order to present a comprehensive account of how it was introduced TA, both its rational and its methods, to a new audience. We argue that as the responsible innovation agenda continues to gain traction among policy makers, societal actors and academics, education initiatives such as TA summer schools can have an important role to play in the future of the governance of science, technology and innovation. [less ▲]

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See detailMaking the Belgian distribution system fit for the energy transition. The case for yardstick competition
Agrell, Per; Teusch, Jonas ULg

in Reflets et Perspectives de la Vie Economique (2015), (1),

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See detailmaking the most of the LBTI nulling interferometry observations using a statistical data reduction method
Marion, Lindsay ULg; Mennesson, Bertrand; Defrere, Denis ULg et al

Poster (2014, March 20)

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See detailMaking-doing sensory perception: how to teach taste
Vangeebergen, Thomas ULg

Conference (2015, July 02)

Imagine a course of “olfaction and tasting”, in a notorious professional school for flavourist and perfumers in France. The aim of the teacher is to instil sensory referential sources in students, by the ... [more ▼]

Imagine a course of “olfaction and tasting”, in a notorious professional school for flavourist and perfumers in France. The aim of the teacher is to instil sensory referential sources in students, by the appropriation of a rigorous vocabulary and through practical tries of molecules and preparations. To name, to compare, to memorize, to describe and to value these substances are the tasks of the group during two years. As the general topic of the research was to understand professional skills about taste, one of the issues consisted in studying the development of these specific abilities. The focus was on the techniques deployed to install a sensory common frame, alternatively through a research of a bottom- up consensus and some imposed tags. The teacher, who has to transfer a substantial amount of sensory references to the class in narrow times, and to make them able to master those notions, has to face to a double constraint. She must transmit a core-sensorium, but at the same time has to support students’ own contributions, in mode to open the reference document to necessary enrichments. More than « actors », or « informants », the teacher and the students were also masters for me, by contributing to my sensory education. But also when they have confronted me to delicates questions and issues, sometimes against my own first researches. They were what I called though co-inquirer, proposing contradictory and resistant interpretations of the world, teaching me how to realize the study of sensory. [less ▲]

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See detailMal au dos ? Reprenez rapidement l'exercice !
Henrotin, Yves ULg

Article for general public (2008)

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See detailMal de dos : lever les fausses croyances.
Henrotin, Yves ULg

Article for general public (2007)

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See detailMal de dos : mieux vaut prévenir.
Henrotin, Yves ULg

Article for general public (2008)

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See detailMal de dos ? Stop aux idées reçues.
Henrotin, Yves ULg

Article for general public (2010)

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See detailLe mal, la vérité et le sacrifice : Analyse des structures du religieux dans le théâtre du XXe siècle
Delhalle, Nancy ULg

in Dierkens, Alain; Peperstraete, Sylvie; Vanderpelen-Diagre, Cécile (Eds.) Art et religion (2010)

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See detailLe "Mal-être en situation d'être seul" différencié de "l'Angoisse de séparation" : recherche sémiologique et élaboration conceptuelle
Scholl, Jean-Marc ULg; Philippe, Paule ULg

Poster (2007, January)

Une recherche sémiologique sur 170 enfants a individualisé : le "mal-être en situation d'être seul". Un malaise apparaît lorsque le sujet est seul. Voici son décours développementale. Certains bébés ... [more ▼]

Une recherche sémiologique sur 170 enfants a individualisé : le "mal-être en situation d'être seul". Un malaise apparaît lorsque le sujet est seul. Voici son décours développementale. Certains bébés réclament une présence physique pour s'endormir. Vers 2,5 ans, l'enfant connaît une séparation difficile lors des premiers jours d'école. Vers 5 ans, l'enfant n'aime pas jouer seul dans une pièce sans la présence d'une autre personne ou d'un animal, et s'il le fait, il cherche à savoir en permanence où se trouve l'adulte. À l'endormissement, l'enfant appelle souvent, sort de la chambre. La nuit, il voudrait rejoindre les parents. Vers 8 ans, il n'aura pas de difficultés à quitter la maison et à se séparer de ses parents pour aller jouer avec des copains du quartier, mais il sera beaucoup plus mal à l'aise si l'un de ses parents quitte momentanément la maison. Vers 9 ans, la symptomatologie se limite à celle retrouvée chez l'adulte : un sentiment vague de mal-être à l'endormissement. L'adulte a des difficultés à mettre des mots sur ce ressenti qui est sans représentation : du "vide" ou un "rien". Il cherche à retarder la mise au lit, à s'occuper au lit pour éviter ce ressenti, et à s'endormir rapidement de fatigue. L'adulte qui ressent ce "mal-être" en journée va le contrer par 4 moyens : 1. activités 2. apport sensoriel (radios ouvertes, TV), 3. remplir son "monde interne" par la lecture 4. un animal de compagnie. Le "mal-être en situation d'être seul" : A) Est à distinguer de l'angoisse de séparation B) Est corrélé à un retard d'apparition des repères temporels, non pas séquentiels ou notionnels, mais dans l'appréhension subjective du temps : "goûter anticipativement ce que dure un certain laps de temps" C) Il serait lié à un manque d'efficience d'un support neurophysiologique permettant l'évaluation de la longueur du temps : "la jauge interne d'évaluation anticipative du temps" D) Ceci expliquerait qu'il ne suffit pas à l'enfant d'avoir des représentations pour acquérir le sentiment subjectif d'une permanence mais qu'il faut y joindre ce "feeling" du temps E) Il est systématiquement présent dans la bipolarité sans en être pathognomonique. Il se retrouve à l'état isolé et dans d'autres entités nosologiques. A minima, il est une caractéristique de la personne. [less ▲]

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See detailMalabsorption des hormones thyroïdiennes... ou simple manque de compliance ?
Benoit, Arnaud ULg; BOUQUEGNEAU, Antoine ULg; PETROSSIANS, Patrick ULg et al

in Revue Médicale de Liège (2013), 68(3), 118-121

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See detailMalachite and heterogenite behavior during the locked-cycle recycling of process water in flotation of copper-cobalt oxide ores
Shengo, Michel; Gaydardzhiev, Stoyan ULg; Kalenga, Pierre

in International Journal of Mineral Processing (2016), 157

The behavior of malachite and heterogenite was investigated during the process water recycling in flotation of copper-cobalt oxide ores from the deposit of Luiswishi located in Haut-Katanga province (DRC ... [more ▼]

The behavior of malachite and heterogenite was investigated during the process water recycling in flotation of copper-cobalt oxide ores from the deposit of Luiswishi located in Haut-Katanga province (DRC). A synthetic mill wastewater (SMWW) was utilized as feed water alone and in mixture with water recovered from the flotation tails in view to achieve at the laboratory scale the locked-cycle recycling of the industrial mill wastewater (IMWW). To simulate the chemical species presence in the pulp and their effects on the flotation of malachite and heterogenite, calcium, magnesium and bicarbonate ions were added to the feed water and the recoveries of copper and cobalt followed during the roughing flotation stage. The concentrate XRD and SEM analysis together with the floated minerals microanalyses by EDX spectroscopy, leaching tests of mono-minerals followed by the Pourbaix diagrams construction and DRIFT spectroscopy analyses, have enabled identifying changes in the surface properties of malachite and heterogenite interfering on the recovery of copper (40 %) and cobalt (58 %) with a significant drop in their concentrate grades (7.3 % Cu and 2.7 % Co). The deterioration of the concentrate characteristics results also from the gangue minerals entrainment. A better description of the valuable minerals behaviour in the SMWW presence could enable designing strategies in view enhancing their floatability during the locked-cycle recycling of water. [less ▲]

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See detailMalaco A Big Black Roster
Sacré, Robert ULg

in Soul Bag (1989), (118),

MALACO RECORDS, Jackson, Mississippi : Rencontre avec Tommy Couch, Dave Clark, etc.... et interviews ( en coll.) : Photo Dave Clark

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