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1. What should you do when you suspect a client is a victim of spousal abuse?

Author(s) : Culjat-Vukman, E.

Publisher : BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK

Journal article : In Practice 2021 Vol.43 No.2 pp.117-118

2. Language for sex and gender inclusiveness in writing.

Author(s) : Bamberger, E. T.; Farrow, A.

Publisher : Sage Publications, Thousand Oaks, USA

Journal article : Journal of Human Lactation 2021 Vol.37 No.2 pp.251-259 ref.31

3. Communicate internally? It sounds easy, but it's not.

Foreign Title :Comunicare internamente? Sembra facile, ma non lo è.

Publisher : Point Veterinaire Italie s.r.l., Milan, Italy

Journal article : Settimana Veterinaria 2021 No.1176 pp.4-8

4. Communication in veterinary practice.

Author(s) : Baldwin, S.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Abingdon, UK

Journal article : Veterinary Nursing Journal 2021 Vol.36 No.6 pp.195-197

5. Gender marginalization in sports participation through advertising: the case of Nike.

The sport sector functions as a site of health-promotion by encouraging and enabling individuals to invest in their health and giving them tools to do so. This investment is often initiated by, or altered by, role modeling, or seeing other individuals engaging in sport. This could include family or ...

Author(s) : Rasmussen, K.; Dufur, M. J.; Cope, M. R.; Pierce, H.

Publisher : MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland

Journal article : International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 2021 Vol.18 No.15 ref.66

6. Climate change coverage in the United States media during the 2017 hurricane season: implications for climate change communication.

The United States media does not consistently associate natural hazards and the effects of climate change. Media messages about climate change can influence readers' perceptions of and reactions to climate risk, and analysis of media messages in various news outlets can have important implications...

Author(s) : Weiner, R.; Church, S. P.; Lu, J.; Esman, L. A.; Getson, J. M.; Fleckenstein, M.; Radulski, B.; Ranjan, P.; Usher, E.; Prokopy, L. S.; Pfeiffer, L.

Publisher : Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands

Journal article : Climatic Change 2021 Vol.164 No.3/4 ref.68

8. Microblog credibility indicators regarding misinformation of genetically modified food on Weibo.

The considerable amount of misinformation on social media regarding genetically modified (GM) food will not only hinder public understanding but also mislead the public to make unreasoned decisions. This study discovered a new mechanism of misinformation diffusion in the case of GM food and applied ...

Author(s) : Ji JiaoJiao; Chao NaiPeng; Wei ShiTong; Barnett, G. A.

Publisher : Public Library of Sciences (PLoS), San Francisco, USA

Journal article : PLoS ONE 2021 Vol.16 No.6 ref.52

9. Factors associated with food-animal producer visit-specific satisfaction following on-farm interaction with a veterinarian.

Background: Effective communication has been found to have positive associations with client satisfaction, client adherence and veterinarian satisfaction in companion animal medicine. Better understanding the role of communication on these outcomes, specifically producer satisfaction, is likely to...

Author(s) : DeGroot, A.; Coe, J.; Kelton, D.; Miltenburg, C.; Wichtel, J.; Duffield, T.

Publisher : Wiley, Chichester, UK

Journal article : Veterinary Record 2021 Vol.188 No.6

10. Investigating equestrians' perceptions of horse happiness: an exploratory study.

Happiness is a subjective feeling and associated with positive affective states that can indicate good welfare. It is becoming increasingly agreed that equestrians' ability to recognize indicators of positive emotions has the potential to enhance overall horse wellbeing, but research in this area...

Author(s) : Bornmann, T.; Randle, H.; Williams, J.

Publisher : Elsevier, New York, USA

Journal article : Journal of Equine Veterinary Science 2021 Vol.104

11. Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook.

This handbook is for journalists, researchers and policy makers who are interested in working in science communication for water, peace and cooperation, and who are searching for ideas and inspiration. It features descriptions on, and reflections of, the activities (including action research,...

Book : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.xi + 48 pp.

12. Introduction: water reporting, let your story flow.

This chapter gives a brief introduction of the book and topics covered on water diplomacy and water reporting. The first section or theme of the book gives a background on water diplomacy and how it intersects with gender inclusiveness, sheds light on the inspiring experience of 'Informing Change...

Author(s) : Dewedar, R.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.1-2

13. Beyond politics, knowledge bridge in Indus Basin.

The 'Informing Change in the Indus Basin' is a DFID funded project under the South Asia Water Governance Programme. Throughout the project, the International Water Management Institute and its partners have been engaged with media across the Basin, to expose journalists to key research, and explore ...

Author(s) : Nicol, A.; Nair, N.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.3-8

14. The minister, the prophet and god's eye scientists' voices in Nile media reporting.

This chapter reflects on how scientists' or experts' voices are reported in the coverage of international water conflicts, drawing on a research on Nile media narratives undertaken within the project 'Open Water Diplomacy. Media, science and transboundary cooperation in the Nile basin'. Overall,...

Author(s) : Fantini, E.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.13-16

15. Covering water in times of conflict.

The prevalence of local perspectives can be easily seen in the local media covering Nile Basin countries; most reports, articles, breaking news and even photos focus on national interests. It mostly shows how the Nile is a vital source for the country and the people's needs. But with the continuous ...

Author(s) : Aman, A.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.17-22

16. Water reporting beyond dry pieces, nurture your coverage.

This chapter provides practical tips and tricks for water reporting. Water investigative work can be a rich field, where journalists can cover in-depth issues such as pollution, water projects, dams, water conflicts, among others. In-depth reporting gains its charm from its ability to...

Author(s) : Jadallah, E.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.23-27

17. Media and water, is the glass half full?

This paper deals with writing a story about water, e.g. the River Nile. It suggests that, to find a story, an interesting one, with a new angle, journalists need to be resourceful and attend relevant events related to water. They should then closely follow up news and analyses, especially in local...

Author(s) : Abdelmohsen, R.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.34-37

18. Satisfy people's thirst for information: SIWI experience in training water journalists.

This chapter focuses more on experiences of communication and reporting on water conflicts and cooperation; it offers insights on covering sensitive issues, going beyond national interest, and how journalists can address key issues, in a way that informs constructive policies and boosts...

Author(s) : Schneider, K.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.38-42

19. Science communication skills for water coverage. Case study: IHE-SciDev training.

In May 2017, a workshop was held in Cairo, Egypt, to explore ways in which researchers doing research on topics related to the Nile Basin can work with journalists, aiming for better communication of science through media. The workshop hosted 40 participants, including communication specialists,...

Author(s) : Wendo, C.

Book chapter : Water conflicts and cooperation: a media handbook 2021 pp.43-48

20. Mobile health applications for disease screening and treatment support in low-and middle-income countries.

The advances in mobile technologies and applications are driving the transformation in health services delivery globally. Mobile phone penetration is increasing exponentially in low-and middle-income countries, hence using mobile phones for healthcare services could reach more people in...

Author(s) : Osei, E.; Mashamba-Thompson, T. P.

Publisher : Elsevier, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Journal article : Heliyon 2021 Vol.7 No.3 ref.160

21. Assessment of university students' suboptimal health and social media use: implications for health regulatory authorities.

This study aimed to assess the patterns of social media usage amongst university students at Ajman University (AU) and to explore health issues in relation to social media use. A cross-sectional community-based descriptive research design was conducted among AU students. A pre-designed, structured...

Author(s) : Jairoun, A.; Shahwan, M.

Publisher : Springer, New York, USA

Journal article : Journal of Community Health 2021 Vol.46 No.4 pp.653-659 ref.24

22. Understanding and dealing with challenging conversations.

There are few people who enjoy having challenging conversations, but the ability to have these in a professional manner and with understanding and compassion is an essential skill for anyone who holds a lead role in veterinary practice. It is important that challenging situations are discussed with ...

Author(s) : Page, G.

Publisher : BMJ Publishing Group, London, UK

Journal article : In Practice 2021 Vol.43 No.2 pp.113-115

23. Risk assessment in patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension in the era of COVID 19 pandemic and the telehealth revolution: state of the art review.

Patients affected by pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH) benefit from intensive, continuous clinical monitoring to guide escalation of treatments that carry the potential to improve survival and quality of life. During the coronavirus disease 2019 pandemic, the need for physical distancing has...

Author(s) : Wesley Milks, M.; Sandeep Sahay; Benza, R. L.; Farber, H. W.

Publisher : Elsevier, New York, USA

Journal article : Journal of Heart and Lung Transplantation 2021 Vol.40 No.3 pp.172-182 ref.60

24. Use of social media in doctor-patient relationship by patients in federal medical center, Keffi, North-Central Nigeria.

A good doctor-patient relationship (DPR) is important for quality health care delivery. Measures that improve such will improve health outcomes. Online social media (OSM) has become an important part of our lives. The DPR can be improved through OSM by increasing the interaction between the...

Author(s) : Okoro, O. E.; Mbah, I. O.

Publisher : Taylor & Francis, Philadelphia, USA

Journal article : Journal of Consumer Health on the Internet 2021 Vol.25 No.3 pp.230-241 ref.32

25. Special Issue: Tourism, ICT and sustainability.

The past years have seen an unprecedented growth in the ICT economy that has fundamentally altered business models and consumer cultures. Many of the changes this has implied are specifically relevant for tourism, a sector that perhaps more than any other is exposed to and implicated in digital...

Publisher : Routledge, Abingdon, UK

Journal issue : Journal of Sustainable Tourism 2021 Vol.29 No.5 pp.733-858 ref.155