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These initiatives include the production of newsletters, training materials for use in presentations to health professionals on the Yellow Card Scheme, and, in Wales, the introduction of a distance learning pack on ADR reporting for pharmacists and doctors. It is likely therefore that the RMCs will continue to play a role in the development of the Yellow Card Scheme, including initiatives to target areas of special interest. In the future it may be beneficial to consider increasing the RMCs coverage of the United Kingdom, either by extending existing RMCs to cover a larger target area, or by the establishment of RMCs in new target areas.
In recent years a number of patient groups have been created to provide support and self-help to sufferers from various disorders, for example the British Diabetic Association. In addition to providing advice to the members and their carers, such groups may also act as pressure groups to campaign for services, or to publicize their special needs. They interpose themselves between the patients and doctors and can be of great value by translating complex issues into more readily understood language. Many of these groups have the support of experts in relevant fields of medicine and surgery who can advise on the value of new treatments. Almost all such groups publish a newsletter to keep members informed of developments. Some groups have set up web sites on the Internet. While all of this is very laudable, a few such groups, especially in the USA, have let their enthusiasm run away with them and engaged in activities which are unethical and may even be unlawful. Some have made statements...
Forbes Wolfe produce a monthly newsletter on nanotechnology called Nanotech Report and at the end of each year report on the top 10 nanotech products of the year. In 2004, the products included a nanotechnology-based footwarmer containing a nanoporous aerogel, golf clubs using titanium fullerene materials'' in the head of their new driver, nanosilver-containing wound dressings with improved antibacterial effectiveness, an additive from BASF that improves the hydrophobicity of building materials and silica nanofillers in dental adhesives.75
Out of the need for more information on physical activity for persons with various types of disabilities including MS, NCPAD was established through a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. NCPAD is an information and resource center that offers you the latest information on fitness, recreation, and sports programs. Questions related to specific topics are answered by qualified information specialists who are available during working hours (800-900-8086) or by e-mail (ncpad uic.edu). The Center also publishes a monthly electronic newsletter and sends out monthly features via email on new topics and information related to physical activity and disability. You can subscribe to a listserv and receive this information for free by calling the hotline or by e-mailing the staff.
The LIFT programme(22 was designed as a preventive intervention for at-risk children in an attempt to decrease the development of conduct problems and delinquency. LIFT was designed for first- and fifth-year schoolchildren living in at-risk neighbourhoods. Intervention components consisted of a school-based intervention focused on social skills and problem-solving, a parent training group, a playground behavioural programme, and communication between parents and teachers. Creative intervention techniques were employed to increase parent participation in schooling for example, a telephone answering machine was installed in each classroom and newsletters were sent home to parents about school LIFT activities. Parents could call in to the answering machine and leave messages for teachers at any time. This programme was successful at decreasing aggression on the playground and increasing positive behaviours with peers during the year following the intervention. Additionally, the programme...
The introduction of this scheme resulted in a significant increase in the number of UK reports of suspected ADRs associated with anti-retroviral drugs for instance, during the seven months prior to the launch of the scheme, 112 reports were received, compared with 207 during the seven months following the launch (Anon, 1998b). Ongoing promotion of the scheme, including the production of a regular newsletter, is aimed at maintaining the effectiveness of this initiative.
Unidentified, ISC Newsletter 7, no. 3 (Autumn 1988) 1-6 Richard Ellis, Monsters of the Sea (New York Alfred A. Knopf, 1994), pp. 303-322 John Moore, What Are the Globsters Cryptozoology Review 1, no. 1 (Summer 1996) 20-29 Mystery Blobby Found in Tasmania, Fortean Times, no. 109 (April 1998) 21.
Pocock, The Fauna of British India, Including Ceylon and Burma Mammalia (London Taylor and Francis, 1939) Evidence for New Bear Species in Nepal, ISC Newsletter 3, no. 1 (Spring 1984) 1-3 New Nepal Bear Now in Doubt, ISC Newsletter 4, no. 1 (Spring 1985) 4 Raza Teshin (letter), ISC Newsletter 5, no. 6 (Summer 1986) 11 Daniel Taylor-Ide, Something Hidden behind the Ranges A Himalayan Quest (San Francisco, Calif. Mercury House, 1995), pp. 111-152, 177-183, 219-220, 253-258.
Sources Editorial, California Native Voice, October 1948 Mary Moon, Ogopogo (Vancouver, Canada J. J. Douglas, 1977), pp. 151-152 Who's Your Insurance Company ISC Newsletter 5, no. 1 (Spring 1986) 9-10 John Kirk, In the Domain ofLake Monsters (Toronto, Canada Key Porter Books, 1998), pp. 183-184.
Fortean Society Magazine, no. 1 (September 1937) 5 Arkansas Has a Problem, Pursuit, no. 16 (October 1971) 89-95 Roy P. Mackal, Searching for Hidden Animals (Garden City, N.Y. Doubleday, 1980), pp. 198-208 F. G. Wood, Cryptoletter, ISC Newsletter 1, no. 2 (Summer 1982) 11 Roy P. Mackal, Cryptoletter, ISC Newsletter 1, no. 3 (Autumn 1982) 10-11 James R. McLeod, Cryptoletter, ISC Newsletter 2, no. 1 (Spring 1983) 10.
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Morays rarely swim on the surface. (9) The name Chessie has recently been appropriated by a Florida manatee ( Trichechus manatus latirostris) captured in the Chesapeake Bay in the fall of 1994 and returned to Florida. Subsequently monitored by the U.S. National Biological Service, Chessie was tracked migrating all the way north to Rhode Island in 1995. This or another manatee might have been responsible for earlier sightings. Sources Nessie Junior, Washington Post, August 18, 1978 Gary S. Mangiacopra, The Great Unknowns into the 20 th Century, Of Sea and Shore 11, no. 4 (Winter 1980-81) 259-261 Russ Robinson, Chessie May Have Made Video Debut, Baltimore Sun, July 11, 1982 Chesapeake Bay Monster Filmed on Videotape, ISC Newsletter 1, no. 2 (Summer 1982) 9-10 Chessie Videotape Analysis Inconclusive, ISC Newsletter 2, no. 1 (Spring
Sanderson, That Forgotten Monster Old Three-Toes, Fate 20 (December 1967) 66-75, and 21 (January 1968) 85-93 Jan Kirby, Clearwater Can Relax Monster Is Unmasked, St. Petersburg (Fla.) Times, June 11, 1988 Florida 'Giant Penguin' Hoax Revealed, ISC Newsletter 7, no. 4 (Winter 1988) 1-3 Bob Rickard, Florida's Penguin Panic, Fortean Times, no. 66 (December 1992-January 1993) 41-43.
Zealand Its Physical Geography, Geology and Natural History (Stuttgart, Germany J. G. Cotta, 1867), pp. 173, 181-197 Walter Lawry Buller, A History ofthe Birds ofNew Zealand (London Walter Lawry Buller, 1888) Alice McKenzie Mackenzie, Pioneers of Martins Bay The Story ofNew Zealand's Most Remote Settlement (Christchurch, New Zealand Whitcombe and Tombs, 1952) Michael M. Trotter and Beverley McCulloch, Moas, Men, and Middens, in Paul S. Martin and Richard G. Klein, eds., Quaternary Extinctions A Prehistoric Revolution (Tucson University of Arizona Press, 1984), pp. 708-727 Atholl Anderson, Prodigious Birds Moas and Moa-Hunting in Prehistoric New Zealand (New York Cambridge University Press, 1989), pp. 176-178 Trampers See 'Moa' in Bush, New Zealand Herald, January 25, 1993 Geoff Mercer, Obsession and Stories Sparked by Scientists, Wellington Evening Post, January 26, 1993 New Zealand Moa Sighting Reported by Three Witnesses, ISC Newsletter 11, no. 4 (1992) 1-5 Karl Shuker, The Case of...