Dr. Carol OliveiraOne of two research grants from the Walter and Gertrud Siegenthaler Foundation goes to Dr. Carol Oliveira.
Carol Oliveira, Research Fellow, Division of General and Thoracic Surgery at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, receipt for a research stay on "Clinical Outcome, Quality of Life and Cost-Effectiveness of Intestinal Failure Management after Implementation of a Multidisciplinary Intestinal Rehabilitation Program" Toronto is one of two research grants 2013, the Walter and Gertrud Siegenthaler Foundation.
After studying medicine at the University of Berne PhD Dr. Carol Oliveira began her training as a Research Fellow in Tissue Biology Research Unit, Department of Surgery of the Universitats Children's Hospital Zurich. She then completed a fellowship at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, where she earned a PhD in Clinical Epidemiology. Currently, she created her habilitation thesis in pediatric surgery.
Since the end of her medical studies, she has published eleven papers, some in prestigious scientific journals such as "The New England Journal of Medicine" and "Pediatrics". Their study on the so-called ethanol-locks for prevention of bloodstream infections due to central venous catheter led to a change in the pharmaceutical catalog of the Hospital for Sick Children, and it makes a significant contribution to the new guidelines of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition. Since 2009, Carol Oliveira has received a number of Swiss and Canadian Förderbeiträge for their studies, they have been unterstützt with a total amount of 125, 000 Swiss francs.
Carol Oliveira is interested in pediatric surgery for rare diseases - such as the Short Bowel Syndrome and Toxic Shock Syndrome burns - and works well to consider writing out methodological studies, which aim to develop and evaluate new clinical research methods.
With the fellowship Carol Oliveira will continue its research at the Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto. After Rückkehr to Zurich it plans weiterzuführen clinical research in the areas of clinical epidemiology and rare diseases in pediatric surgery at the surgical clinic of the University Children's Hospital Zurich-Universitats.
Jobs which attract psychopaths2013-01-07 12:28:50 by -
"Psychologist Kevin Dutton wrote in his book The Wisdom of Psychopaths: What Saints, Spies, and Serial Killers Can Teach Us About Success about certain job fields that attract psychopaths.
The following jobs have the highest rate of psychopaths, according to Dutton's research:
1. Chief Executive Officer
3. Media (Television/Radio)
7. Police officer
8. Clergy person
10. Civil servant
The list is scattered across several fields, but Huffington Post blogger Eric Barker notes each of these professions "require an ability to make objective, clinical decisions divorced from feelings
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