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Dobutamine and adrenaline are widely used as second line therapy for systemic hypotension in infants. Dopamine is currently the most widely used first line drug. In neonates, sustained hypotension may, and impaired organ perfusion will, cause brain injury and poor neurodevelopmental outcomes. All three catecholamines are currently used off-label and have different modes of action which may result ...
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The establishment of a common European learning and working area is one of the critical tasks posted in the EU’s Lisbon Strategy (1). It is a key element with a medium term, the aim of which is to elevate Europe to the most competitive and dynamic knowledge based economic area (2) and to make lifelong learning and mobility reality (3). The core of this concept coincides also with the National poli ...
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Coaches of SMEs: 5POINTS Trainings

Start date: 01 Sep 2014, End date: 31 Aug 2016,

Numerical results obtained from both European Committee reports and national reports show the importance of SMEs for the economy of the country. Giving coaching trainings to these establishments which are so important for national development is vital in order to make them to contribute more to the country economy. After the financial crisis in Europe and carrying out examinations on SMEs, it is a ...
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EXPEER will bring together, major observational, experimental, analytical and modelling facilities in ecosystem science in Europe. By uniting these highly instrumented ecosystem research facilities under the same umbrella and with a common vision, EXPEER will form a key contribution to structuring and improving the European Research Area (ERA) within terrestrial ecosystem research.EXPEER builds ...
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"The project tackles the problem of earthquake-impact on Cultural Heritage assets starting from basic consideration that efficient protection, with substantial guarantee of compatibility and low-intrusivity, can only be achieved with ‘minimum intervention’ approach. This requires that potentialities of existing materials and components are as much as possible exploited in terms of strength and ene ...
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"Biocides have been in use for hundreds of years for antisepsis, disinfection and preservation. Despite this widespread and ever increasing use most bacterial and fungal species remain susceptible to biocides. The dramatic increase and spread of resistance to antibiotics linked to reports of co- and cross-resistance between antibiotics and biocides raised speculations on potential hazard of bioci ...
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Science Teacher Education Advanced Methods (S-TEAM)

Start date: 01 May 2009, End date: 30 Apr 2012,

"Helping teachers raise the quality of science teaching and its educational environment has the potential to increase student engagement, attainment, scientific literacy and science career choices. S-TEAM will achieve this by connecting existing science education research and teacher knowledge to teacher education. This task requires the power of coordinated action across a wide range of instituti ...
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Manufacturing market have become today complex and globalized, where product life is rapidly decreasing, product structure is more frequently changed and customer-oriented: manufacturers have to develop and produce more complex products in less time while still competing in global markets. In addition, the 20th century technological developments have transformed the majority of wealth-creating wor ...
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The goal of the project is to propose an adaptation of the methods, devices, tools and implementation ways of Permanent Vocational Training (PVT) to the needs and characteristics of this group (rural women). It means to propose the best way to use programming and planning of PVT to reach the goal of entering and / or re-entering the labour market, and to adapt the management and methodology of tra ...
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Life long learning and vocational training are the most important indicators for innovation and development processes and thus the job motor in the European economy. Differing from numerous other projects TTrainSME focuses on the specific situation in Small and Micro Enterprises. While in larger enterprises professional human resources development (HRD) is state of the art, there is a lack in p ...
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As is well-known mathematics is an abstract lecture. So it is hard to understand easily. The project aims to understand mathematics more easily using animations, interactive tests and ect.
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Quality in Vocational Education and Training (VET) is one of the central issues of the Copenhagen/Brugge Process towards more trust-based transparency and quality in VET and in the labor market. Due to its discourse-based total quality conception, the EFQM Excellence Model is one of the favorite quality schemes in the pedagogic field, after an initial rush for ISO in the 90ies.The Leonardo Project ...
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The need of harmonizing environmental knowledge with ethical values and thus achievement of the behavioral change and internalization of ethical values refers some recent efforts and experiences that are promoted by the European Union. Sixth Environmental Action Program of the European Community entitled “Environment 2010: Our Future, our choice”, proposes five priority avenues of strategic action ...
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European people with disabilities (especially those with mobility impairments) depend heavily on personal care givers (PCGs). While this assistance is crucial in ensuring a daily quality of life (assisting with basic tasks such as getting dressed, eating, taking a bath/shower), it is still quantitatively and qualitatively a huge problem. Few PCGs get a proper training, if any, while such formal tr ...
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The project tackles the issue of violence and would like to implement a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence, as stated by UNESCO in its manifesto declaring 2001-2010 as the decade for Peace and Non-Violence. The project aims to address this issue according to a preventive perspective and will both develop and introduce a pilot anti-violence training programme, directed particularly at the teachers an ...
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It is noted by a report published by the European Commission about SMEs in 2011 that SMEs has a key role in shaping out European economy with a share of 99 %. SMEs in Europe provide employment for 2/3 of the private sector and constitute priority areas in terms of development of European economy. In this framework, it is one of the priority issues to render SMEs, which have a significant place in ...
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The global impact of serious environmental problems is increasingly conscious for companies and employees. But despite all regulations and economic incentives, the main issue is a lack of coherent ideology surrounding organisational and corporate responses. Particularly environmental ethics could bring a significant contribution, to create the necessary awareness about the increasing responsibilit ...
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In Touch 2010

Start date: 01 Sep 2010,

The InTouch 2010 training course will take place 22-28. November 2010 (including arrival and departure day) in Oostduinkerke, Belgium and will consist of five full programme days. The project aims at thé quality improvement of youth exchanges organised in the IYNF network with the focus on quality of the intercultural learning.The objectives for the training course are: 1, train youth exchange lea ...
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There are pockets of activity in using geo-media with geoinformation (GI) and Geographical Information Systems (GIS). Two Comenius projects supported some developments. Those involved are not networked, so the digitalearth.eu project will do this and be a place for new initiatives. An early focus will be the founding of a European Centre. This will be based at the Austrian Centre of Excellence, di ...
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The two main source in the world; water and energy. In spite of increasing demand, however these two source is notunlimited. Most of the energy is supplied from fossil which is enough 40-60 years (ATO Nuclear Energy Report). Not only itis exhaustible, but also it is harmful to nature, it become compulsory to use energy efficiently. In last decade, governmentsand above government organizations work ...
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Planning weekend PlanIt 2012

Start date: 01 Aug 2012,

The Planning weekend PlanIt 2012 will bring together 25 participants from Poland, Latvia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Austria, Slovakia, Turkey, Germany, Portugal, Romania during 5 days.It aims to bring together passionate individuals, who are willing to develop new projects in fields of sustainable development- climate change, global education, cultural diversity and conflict, media awareness, econ ...
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The project aims to make teachers being able to exploit the attractive potential that NewMedia have on young generation in order to raise their attention and motivate them torediscover the importance of literacy skills (reading and writing) and to approach theflow and diffusion of information that the New Media spread, with the necessary criticalskills in order to become aware users.The main targe ...
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Green Joker

Start date: 01 Aug 2012,

"Green Joker" is a multilateral youth exchange, taking part in Czech Republic, where the hosting organisation is based, in the village of Kneznice and in Prague. It will gather together 30 young people from Czech Republic, Turkey, Poland, Lithuania, Netherlands and Portugal to explore the topics of sustainability- social and environmental justice issues through various art techniques and amateur ...
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The project is to undertake a two-year investigation into the learning and teaching of children’s literature in Europe. The aim is to gather, analyze and disseminate information about the current role of children’s literature in schools and in children’s lives in Europe, focusing particularly on the 8-11 age group. This will involve a comparison of reading habits, learning and teaching methods, a ...
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Pure-H2O was developed to provide a tool that will promote transparent environmental planning and education in the development of sustainable and sound practices in the area of potable water and related treatment plants. This project will contribute to the recognition and transparency of qualifications at the EU level and provide an innovative model for competencies for the potable water sector. T ...
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Due to booming technology and IT phenomena, distant learning and e-employment are growing in an exponential manner. This field requires optimum production rate, which is combination of time and cost. The parameter is being the level of depth of the output detail. Considering the current globalization and market conditions and resulting competition in almost all different fields of service sectors ...
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The project intends to provide specific training tools for developing design education. It is conceived on two stages: the first one (vocational guidance - self evaluating unit) aims to evaluate and develop the skills of design-oriented professionals; the second one (educational guidance – supportive unit) will orient design students to design thinking and improve their problem solving capacity by ...
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... e partnership aims cooperating in developing and improving a distance learning platform for training in BME and BMET fields. All the activities will be carried out under the coordination of Gazi University, the project promoter, in line with the policies determined in collaboration with the other partners
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The competitive pressure from large retailers to small retail shops, which are mainly located in the city centers, led to a large number of retail shop closures during the financial crisis, which entire families live off. The target group of retailers had essentially the problem that there is no training of the staff and also the retailer himself during the operation. Cause of that, there were use ...
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"We talk about creative learning. However, all learning involves some form of destruction, some form of creation and/or particular co-creation... The centrality of learning is here translated into a need for action: learning. Learn to create, learn how to create disruptions, learning to create innovation, learning to live together to collaborate. But if Learning and Technology, together, can build ...
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On 9 July 2009, the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) issued the IFRS for SMEs. This Standard provides an alternative framework that can be applied by eligible entities in place of the full set of IFRS applied by listed companies as of 2005. The main purpose of our project is to develop an effective learning system to benefit accountants, entrepreneurs and even individuals with no pr ...
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The project intends to produce and exploit an integrated solution to the multiple needs of foreign language learners. The project will provide learners with the instruments to develop general language skills in the target language, deal with business language material, and also gain intercultural awareness within the program. The project will develop the following main products: 1) An all-dimensio ...
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The very gift of every culture is the experience of human. Folk tales are one of the majormeans which perfectly represent these mutual and universal yet differing experiences ofhuman situated in diverse social, cultural, political, geographical and anthropologicalareas and eras. So, this project covers folk tales from a variety of locations aroundEurope to represent the cultural diversities which ...
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... ded by 1YNF (pillar 4) to groups and organisations within the Naturefriends movement as weil as externally.(2!) Within the information and.interaction line, we will regularly publish one printed magazine, two electronic newsletters and maintain an interactive website. Its aim is to keep different target groupsthàfarè'pait of lYNF informed and updated: These channels will serve as a-wayof spreading ...
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In the project, the distinction between basic supervising skills and advanced supervising abilities is clearly defined and the problem about how a successful police supervisor should be is evaluated in the terms of scientific point of view. By this project, it is aimed to develop the supervising skills of the newly graduates of the Police Academy, which gives education to supervisor candidates. In ...
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The use of ICT in education and training has been a priority in most European countries during the last decade. A small percentage of schools in some countries have embedded ICT into the curriculum, and demonstrate high levels of effective and appropriate ICT use to support and transform teaching and learning across a wide range of subject areas. Although it appears to be recognised the value of I ...
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... est in the energy sector and ensure that human resources are trained for the energy sector.Accordingly, with the cooperation of EHAE,General Directorate of Renewable Energy of the Ministry of Energy,Gazi University,OSTİM Organized Industrial Region,Centre for Renewable Energy Sources and Saving-CRES(Greece),Szenzor Hungary Ltd(Hungary),University of Oradea Department of Energy Engineering (Romani ...
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The formulated eight key competences for lifelong learning demonstrate what every European citizen at least has to accomplish. However, some member-states are confronted with a lack of teachers, or a high dropout rate of young teachers in primary and secondary education. Due to this, it is obvious that an induction, i.e. an incremental approach to enable young teachers to ‘grow’ into the professio ...
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Aiming to have its students acquire the language and culture of two foreign associate universities whilst studying for their undergraduate and masters degree, Campus Europae must offer an integrated pathway for quick and consistent language learning during university years. The project will offer a blended approach to foreign language learning combining live and virtual classrooms and tutoring, of ...
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Bank financing will become more difficult for SMEs in the future because of Basel II. SMEs usually have very small accounting departments and often they have no accounting department at all. The entrepreneurs themselves may lack financial administrative skills to manage financial risks and they are involved in day-to-day business matters that the documents required by the bank are often neglected. ...
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