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Research Ethics Online Training : free, open access e-learning resource by Global Health Network

Research Ethics Online Training : free, open access e-learning resource by Global Health Network – TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES The Global Health Network is proud to announce the launch of its free, open access e-learning resource; Research Ethics Online Training (http://globalhealthtrials.tghn.org/elearning/research-ethics/ ). This comprehensive course has been adapted from a training course and resource package designed and […]

Plasma Cell Dyscrasias THE MERCK MANUAL, Sec. 11, Ch. 140,

Plasma Cell Dyscrasias THE MERCK MANUAL, Sec. 11, Ch. 140, Multiple Myeloma(Plasma Cell Myeloma; Myelomatosis) A progressive neoplastic disease characterized by marrow plasmacytomas (plasma cell tumors) and overproduction of an intact monoclonal immunoglobulin (IgG, IgA, IgD, or IgE) or Bence Jones protein (free monoclonal or light chains). Multiple myeloma is often associated with multiple osteolytic […]

Fears and Phobias

Fears and Phobias Fear Of Accidents – Dystychiphobia. Air – Anemophobia. Air Swallowing – Aerophobia. Airborne Noxious Substances – Aerophobia. Airsickness – Aeronausiphobia. Alcohol – Methyphobia / Potophobia. Alone – Autophobia / Monophobia. Alone and Solitude – Isolophobia. Amnesia – Amnesiphobia. Anger – Angrophobia / Cholerophobia. Angina – Anginophobia. Animals – Zoophobia. Animals – Doraphobia. […]

Gamma Camera, Photo Electric Effect, Collimator, Scintillation Detector, Photomultiplier tubes

Gamma Camera Reference : http://www.physics.ubc.ca/~mirg/home/tutorial/hardware.html Once a radiopharmaceutical has been administered, it is necessary to detect the gamma ray emissions in order to attain the functional information. The instrument used in Nuclear Medicine for the detection of gamma rays is known as the Gamma camera. The components making up the gamma camera are the collimator, detector […]

Milestones in Neuropsychiatry

Milestones in Neuropsychiatry 1681 – Thomas Willis coined the term “Neurology” 1695 – Humphrey Ridley published “The Anatomy of the Brain” 1808 – German physician Johann Christian Reil (1759-1813) coined the term “Psychiatrist” based on the greek word meaning “healing the soul” 1812 – Benjamin Rush published the first American textbook on psychiatry entitled “Medical […]