From Table III it appears non-traditional age students are admitted on the basis of non-conventional qualifications. The relative importance of the different routes, such as Access courses is not well documented by higher education's ...
Release on 1981 | by United States. Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health
Children in suburban areas generally had excellent access to private physicians, but even in that group nearly 2 million had no regular ... The percent of children with no regular source of care increases dramatically with age (7).
Author: United States. Select Panel for the Promotion of Child Health
Open Access: People of all ages and backgrounds should have open access to space, equipment, and technology among people of all ages and backgrounds. • Collaboration: We believe collectively, we can do more than anyone can accomplish ...
Author: John F. Wasik
Category: Business & Economics
This book will examine the history of robotics and explicate what massive automation means for the present and future of labor in all its forms, from mills and factories to the white-collars offices of suburbia and more. The latest research and analysis on the impact of AI and automation on the present job market Insights on the growing capabilities of AI and machine learning Ten short chapters that detail jobs that will be lost—and preserved—in the automation age Multiple examples of automation and job replacement by machines An appendix that provides real world exercises in obtaining skills needed in the automation age
retirement at a certain age, although this is addressed in most states' and territories' statutes. ... The federal government also regulates the 'preservation age', or the age at which individuals can gain access to their superannuation ...
Author: Olivia S. Mitchell
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Business & Economics
As the world's population lives longer, it will become increasingly important for plan sponsors, retirement advisors, regulators, and financial firms to focus closely on how older persons fare in the face of rising difficulties with cognition and financial management. This book offers state-of-the-art research and recommendations on how to evaluate when older persons need financial advice, help them make better financial decisions, and to identify policy options for handling these individual and social challenges efficiently and fairly. This latest volume in the Pension Research Council series, draws lessons from theory and practice, and will be of interest to employees and retirees, consumers and researchers, and financial institutions working to design better retirement plan offerings.
When , infants under sixteen years of age , the court then , will the wishes of the child be consult- of Chancery may order that she shall have ed ? The English and American doctrines on access to and the custody and control of this ...
Vols. 65-96 include "Central law journal's international law list."
Release on 1989 | by Illinois. General Assembly. Joint Committee on Administrative Rules
The Department has interpreted its duty of assuring youth access to needed services on a basis of age rather than need, the Department's regulatory interpretation of administrative convenience which is not borne out by the authorizing ...
Author: Illinois. General Assembly. Joint Committee on Administrative Rules
Release on 1972 | by California. Legislature. Assembly. Health Committee
Sec ( co , Far No : AGE BREAKDOWN NOT SURPRISING -- REFLECTS POPULATION A look it the ages of people calling the Access : Project sticws tras callers are fairly representative of the different areas of the County .
Author: California. Legislature. Assembly. Health Committee
INCREASING THE DRINKING AGE TO 21 Certainly, raising the drinking age to 21 could reduce the number of ... Arguments Against: * There is an ethical problem associated with restricting entire age groups from access to alcohol because of ...
Author: G. William Mercer
Publisher: Province of British Columbia, Ministry of Attorney General
Table 3.3 shows the ease with which respondents can access different drugs. ... Within the younger cohort we can see that even at age 13, 25.6 per cent reported having already tried at least one drug in the first survey, rising through ...
Author: H. Parker
Category: Social Science
The appetite for illicit drugs in the UK continues to grow and diversify. Young Britons consume more drugs than their peers anywhere else in Europe. Why and how has this happened and why have all official efforts to stem drug 'abuse' so far failed. Will the new UK drugs strategy fair any better? This unique collection of contemporary studies from the frontline by a leading social research group describes the drugs landscape in an accessible and authoritative way.
Release on 2002 | by California. Maternal and Child Health Services. Block Grant Program
(Access) HEALTH STATUS INDICATOR #02A (Adequacy of Primary Care) The percent Medicaid enrollees whose age is less than one year during the reporting year who received at least one initial periodic screen.
Author: California. Maternal and Child Health Services. Block Grant Program
Age effect on heat of bromination , 2722 Age effect on point of solidification 2722 Age effect on polymerisation ... 2163 Air , access or , 2182 Air action on mixture , 2743 Jir admission hindered liv skin , 2243 Air and light destroys ...
Infant mortality rate is the annual number of deaths of infants under one year of age, per 1,000 live births. Also for under-five mortality rate (per 1,000 live births) and access to health services (percentage of rural population) the ...
Author: Idriss Jazairy
Publisher: NYU Press
Category: Business & Economics
"The State of World Rural Poverty offers the first comprehensive look at the economic conditions and prospects of the world's rural poor. Certain to become a definitive source of data and analysis, especially for the unique rural poverty indexes of 114 developing countries, as well as an invaluable policy guide to issues involving development and poverty in underdeveloped nations, this volume incorporates research from all over the world."--BOOK JACKET.
Targeted Age Pension is designed to provide a safety net for those unable to save enough through their working life and to ... Individuals who are still working can also access their benefits from age 55, but only in the form of a ...
Publisher: OECD Publishing
This third edition of Pensions at a Glance updates in-depth information on the key features of mandatory pension systems—both public and private—in the 30 OECD countries, including projections of retirement income for today’s workers.
They have a central role when it comes to the definition of the youth phase itself, being framed, supported and delimited by age markers and access definitions of the welfare state. We conceive 'youth' as a phase that has emerged within ...
Author: Hans-Uwe Otto
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing
Following the 2008 economic crisis, the situation for young people deteriorated dramatically in many European countries. Employment and training opportunities have reduced, and levels of poverty and social exclusion have increased. This book evaluates both institutional frameworks and programmes as well as the quantitative and qualitative basis of judgements in European youth policies that dominate current strategies. This book evaluates both institutional frameworks and programmes as well as the quantitative and qualitative basis of judgements in European youth policies.
In the information age, libraries provide services for people to access information. We are now in the knowledge age, and in the future will be moving into the wisdom age (Baltes and Kunzmann, 2003; Baltes and Staudinger, 2000; Taylor, ...
Author: Mohamed Ally
Publisher: Facet Publishing
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines
This title draws together international authorities to explore the variety of work that libraries are doing across the world to deliver resources to users via mobile and hand-held devices. Based on the proceedings of the Third International M-Libraries Conference held in Brisbane in May 2011, this draws together cutting-edge international contributions from the leading authorities in the field. The main strands of discussion include: • mobile services and their development • mobile users, their behaviour and requirements • emerging technical developments including new platforms, devices and applications • strategy and infrastructure developments at national level • reflections and feedback on new service models • local innovation. Readership: Information professionals in all sectors, policy makers, researchers, developers, publishers, suppliers, LIS students and new professionals.
Etiological agent or disease Age and class of animal affected and important epidemiological factors Major ... to 12 months of age; outbreaks common Calves 5–35 days of age All ages, history of access to substance Outbreaks occur Usually ...
Author: Peter D. Constable
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Treat the diseases affecting large animals! Veterinary Medicine, 11th Edition provides up-to-date information on the diseases of horses, cattle, sheep, goats, and pigs. Comprehensive coverage includes the principles of clinical examination and making a diagnosis, along with specific therapy recommendations. For easier use, this edition has been divided into two volumes and restructured into a logical, anatomically based approach to disease. From internationally known veterinary experts Peter Constable, Kenneth Hinchcliff, Stanley Done, and Walter Grünberg, this book is the definitive, one-stop reference for farm animal and equine care. Comprehensive coverage includes information essential to any large-animal veterinarian, especially those working with horses, cattle, sheep, goats, or pigs. Coverage of diseases addresses major large-animal diseases of all countries, including foreign animal and emerging diseases. User-friendly format makes it easier to quickly absorb key information. Quick review/synopsis sections make important information on complex diseases easy to find. NEW! Convenient, easy-access format is organized by organ systems, and divides the content into two compact volumes with the same authoritative coverage. Nearly 200 new color photographs and line drawings are included in this edition. NEW full-color design improves navigation, clarifies subject headings, and includes more boxes, tables, and charts for faster reference. New Diseases Primarily Affecting the Reproductive System chapter is added. Updated and expanded chapter on pharmacotherapy lists therapeutic interventions and offers treatment boxes and principles of antibiotic use. Expanded sections on herd health include biosecurity and infection control, and valuable Strength of Evidence boxes. NEW or extensively revised sections include topics such as the Schmallenberg and Bluetongue viral epidemics of ruminants in Europe, Wesselbron disease in cattle, hypokalemia in adult cattle, equine multinodular pulmonary fibrosis, Hendra virus infection, porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome, torque teno virus, and numerous recently identified congenital and inherited disorders of large animals. Additional content is provided on lameness in cattle and the diseases of cervids.
Digital connectivity differs among Indigenous groups according to their geographical location and group age. Most (93% in 2017) Métis have access to the internet at home. A lower share of Métis in rural areas have internet access at ...
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Canada’s Constitution Act (1982) recognises three Indigenous groups: Indians (now referred to as First Nations), Inuit, and Métis. Indigenous peoples make a vital contribution to the culture, heritage and economic development of Canada. Despite improvements in Indigenous well-being in recent decades, significant gaps remain with the non-Indigenous population. This study focuses on four priority issues to maximise the potential of Indigenous economies in Canada.
Preprimary programs should have age-appropriate curricula and qualified teachers. The third component is birth registration, whereby children are recognized by the state and are equipped with the ability to access essential services ...
Author: World Bank
Publisher: World Bank Publications
Category: Business & Economics
Work is constantly reshaped by technological progress. New ways of production are adopted, markets expand, and societies evolve. But some changes provoke more attention than others, in part due to the vast uncertainty involved in making predictions about the future. The 2019 World Development Report will study how the nature of work is changing as a result of advances in technology today. Technological progress disrupts existing systems. A new social contract is needed to smooth the transition and guard against rising inequality. Significant investments in human capital throughout a person’s lifecycle are vital to this effort. If workers are to stay competitive against machines they need to train or retool existing skills. A social protection system that includes a minimum basic level of protection for workers and citizens can complement new forms of employment. Improved private sector policies to encourage startup activity and competition can help countries compete in the digital age. Governments also need to ensure that firms pay their fair share of taxes, in part to fund this new social contract. The 2019 World Development Report presents an analysis of these issues based upon the available evidence.