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Shyam Benegal has also produced movies for various government organizations and a 53 episode television series on Jawaharlal Nehru Discovery of India called Bharat Ek Khoj (1988). He is also a respected documentary film maker, and his most recent endeavor in this direction is a cinematic study of the early years of Gandhi in South Africa: thus the Making of the Mahatma. The New Indian Cinema.
Concluding remarks and future directionsHigh quality reporting reveals the strengths and weaknesses of empirical studies, facilitates the interpretation of the scientific and healthcare relevance of the results especially within the framework of systematic reviews and meta analyses and helps build a solid evidence base for moving genomic discoveries into applications in healthcare practice. The GRIPS guidelines were developed to improve the transparency, quality, and completeness of the reporting of genetic risk prediction studies. As outlined in the introduction, GRIPS does not prescribe how studies should be designed, conducted, or analysed, and therefore the guidelines should not be used to assess the quality of empirical studies.23 The guidelines should be used only to check whether all essential items are adequately reported..
So just like with our last pregnancy, finding a boy name we both like is dang near impossible. I wanted Micah, he wanted Zayde. So our DS (dear son) name is Zayde Micah. AIMS: To assess whether a programme of nurse education increased the frequency with which nurses conducted foot checks on people with diabetes undergoing haemodialysis and to evaluate whether this influenced self reported foot care behaviour.METHODS:A non randomized stepped wedge design was used to evaluate a nurse education programme implemented in four UK National Health Service dialysis units. People with diabetes undergoing haemodialysis were invited to complete a questionnaire on the frequency of foot examination by health professionals, on the presence of foot problems and on their own foot care behaviour, using the Nottingham Assessment of Functional Foot care (NAFF). An education session for nurses, including procedures for foot examination, was conducted sequentially in each of four haemodialysis units.