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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Ten ethics-based questions for U.S. companies seeking to do business in Cuba

Narine, Marcia 06 October 2015 (has links) (PDF)
Marcia Narine is an Assistant Professor of Law at St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. She also consults on compliance and governance matters for MDO Partners in Miami, and on compliance program design, employment law, supply chain issues, and data protection for LRN. She has previously taught at University of Missouri-Kansas City, and prior to joining academia, she served as the Deputy General Counsel, Vice President Global Compliance and Business Standards, and Chief Privacy Officer of Ryder, a global Fortune 500 transportation and logistics company. She spent ten days in Cuba meeting with lawyers, business people, and others in June 2015 and has consulted with companies that wish to do business in Cuba.

Compliance Elliance Journal

18 August 2015 (has links)
CEJ is an open access e-journal that publishes engaging articles geared towards practitioners, scholars, and students in the compliance field. It offers a platform for compliance experts to share their innovative ideas with others who are interested or are already involved in the compliance industry.

Compliance Elliance Journal - 2015,1

18 August 2015 (has links) (PDF)
CEJ is an open access e-journal that publishes engaging articles geared towards practitioners, scholars, and students in the compliance field. It offers a platform for compliance experts to share their innovative ideas with others who are interested or are already involved in the compliance industry.

Cognitive appraisal of perceived threat of diabetes and adherence to self-management behaviors

Carpenter, Roger D. January 2008 (has links)
Thesis (Ph. D.)--West Virginia University, 2008. / Title from document title page. Document formatted into pages; contains v, 113 p. : ill. Includes abstract. Includes bibliographical references (p. 96-113).

Medical compliance : are the elderly different?

Lorenc, Louise January 1988 (has links)
No description available.

Förstår kontaktlinsbärare innebörden av en kontaktlinsundersökning?

Filipsson, Hanna January 2010 (has links)
<p>Syftet var att undersöka om kontaktlinsbärare förstår innebörden av en kontaktlinsundersökning och vikten av de olika momenten. Hur är deras ställningstagande till regelbundna kontroller och om varför de ska göra en kontaktlinsundersökning? Metoden som användes till studien var en enkätundersökning med 9 frågor som deltagarna fick besvara efter en kontaktlinsundersökning. Frågorna berörde olika attitydsfrågor gällande kontaktlinsbärande och vad de trodde optikern undersökt i kontaktlinsundersökningen. Enkäten delades ut i 10 optikerbutiker och de som medverkade svarade anonymt.</p><p>Resultatet grundas på en enkät med totalt 94 deltagare. 47 % förklarade att de gick på en kontaktlinsundersökning en gång om året och 37 % svarade att de gick en gång i halvåret. 82 % tyckte att det var viktigt att gå på regelbundna kontaktlinskontroller. Den största anledningen till att deltagarna gick till en kontaktlinsundersökning var att förnya sitt kontaktlinsrecept. 69 % svarade att det var viktigt att optikern tog reda på hur de tillfrågade tyckte kontaktlinsanvändning fungerade. 93 % svarade att de måste gå en gång om året eller oftare för att kunna köpa kontaktlinser hos sin optiker. Deltagarna trodde bland annat att optikern undersökte synen, den okulära hälsan och tillpassningen av kontaktlinserna. 50 % svarade att de fått information om skötselrutin för kontaktlinserna.</p><p>Studien visar på att en klar majoritet av kontaktlinsbärarna förstår innebörden av en kontaktlinsundersökning och de olika moment som ingår.</p>

Noncompliance in letters of credit law : a UCP and Anglo-American survey

Ziadat, Ahmad N. M. Q. January 1989 (has links)
No description available.

An investigation of the EMC properties of modern microcontrollers

Sim, John Daniel January 1999 (has links)
No description available.

Pediatric Heart Transplants and Compliance

Seyedan, Sheyda January 2011 (has links)
This study aimed to establish a better candidacy protocol for pediatric heart transplant patients at the University of Arizona Medical Center through a retrospective chart review of pediatric heart transplants held there between the years of 2004 -2009. Sequential patterns related to noncompliance investigated included patient and guardian demographics and past medical, familial, social and psychiatric history. Trends between gender and noncompliance were found as 5/5 noncompliant rejectors were male. Four out of the 5 were between the ages of 16.5 and 21 years old. Seventy percent of medication changes due to medication intolerance were associated with noncompliance. Patients with family members currently or previously suffering from life-threatening illnesses (7/16) had a greater likelihood of having subtherapeutic immunosuppressive trough levels. Of noncompliant rejectors, 4/5 (80%) had a duration of illness prior to transplant > than 6 months. Also, 4/4 patients with pre-transplant depression experienced rejection and 2/4 were noncompliant rejectors.


Birk, Thomas Spencer, 1958- January 1987 (has links)
This study examined situational and individual difference variables that impact message strategy selection in superior-subordinate influence attempts. The study predicted and found a significant interaction between other benefit and concern for people. The results indicate that employee-oriented subjects are more un willing to employ aggressive strategies when compliance does not benefit the target. In addition, the study predicted and found a significant interaction between the type of relationship between superior and subordinates and concern for task. Results obtained suggesting that task-oriented subjects use more aggressive strategies when attempting to gain compliance from employees in noninterpersonal relationships only. Females reported a greater degree of concern for people than males and more un willingness to employ verbally aggressive strategies. This supports the conclusion that females may be more empathic than males, resulting in an unwillingness to employ strategies that may be perceived as lacking in concern for other's feelings.

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