Research Hotspot & Journal Scope - management
Helping patients help themselves: A systematic review of self-management support strategies in primary health care practice
Sarah Dineen-Griffin · Victoria Garcia-Cardenas · Kylie Williams · Shalom I Benrimoj ·Medicine
Single species conservation as an umbrella for management of landscape threats
Claire A Runge · John C Withey · David E Naugle · Joseph E Fargione · Kate J Helmstedt · Ashley E Larsen · Sebastian Martinuzzi · Jason D Tack ·Geography Medicine
Systematic review of menstrual hygiene management requirements, its barriers and strategies for disabled people
Jane Wilbur · Belen Torondel · Shaffa Hameed · Thérèse Mahon · Hannah Kuper ·Psychology Medicine
Automatic UAV-based detection of Cynodon dactylon for site-specific vineyard management
Francisco Manuel Jiménez-Brenes · Francisca López-Granados · Jorge Torres-Sánchez · José Manuel Peña · Pilar Ramírez · Isabel Luisa Castillejo-González · Ana Isabel de Castro ·Computer Science Medicine
Risk factors for acute abdominal pain (colic) in the adult horse: A scoping review of risk factors, and a systematic review of the effect of management-related changes
Laila Curtis · John H Burford · Gary C W England · Sarah L Freeman ·Medicine
Particularly, the purposes of this study are described as follows: (1) to investigate students’ attitudes towards chemistry on High School; (2) to analyse students’ digital knowledge and experience; (3) to analyse the needs of students and teachers on High School Chemistry for the blended learning module with Thermochemistry-based Learning Management System (LMS); (4) to analyse the quality of instruments by Rasch Model.
This paper presents the reactive power management approach for a medium voltage (MV) distribution grid with inverter-based photovoltaic (PV) distributed generations using a particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm.
The operation and maintenance management environment of the national highway agency is expected to be further aggravated by increases in maintenance and rehabilitation costs and environmental costs due to aging road facilities.
Integration of effective self management interventions to pulmonary rehabilitation may not be considered as an option but as an integral part to make sustainable changes to patient behavior which will positively affect the maintenance of PR treatment effects.
These conventional methods are still practiced in contemporary daily wound management.