Posts with the tag: health

SAGE Video Collection: Trial through July 8, 2021

The University Libraries offers a trial of a rich and diverse collection of videos across the social, behavioral, and health sciences.  The SAGE Video Collection is designed to support instruction, learning, and research in colleges and universities.  The subject areas represented in this trial include business & management; counseling & psychotherapy; criminology & criminal justice; education; geography, earth & environmental science; health & social care; leadership; media & communication; nursing; politics & international relations; psychology, social work, and sociology. The videos range from documentaries to in-practice classes, interviews, tutorials, and raw observational footage.

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Data envisioned: Dr. Hans Rosling new presentation

Dr. Hans Rosling‘s 2006 TED talk  showed population distributions and related global data in a new visualizations. He is back with a new presentation from Nordiskemediedager entitled Facts and Fiction on Global Health NMD 2014.

Related article: It is not about political views or ideologies, it is blunt facts which are not known by Nerobonkers May 29, 2014