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    Wunsch, Natasha;
    Countries: United Kingdom, France, France

    contribution à un site web; Several countries in the Western Balkans have responded to the Covid-19 outbreak with draconian measures that entail a further erosion of democracy, writes Natasha Wunsch. She argues the pandemic is shining a spotlight on the impact of geopolitical competition in the Western Balkans, where authoritarian forces are undermining the EU’s democracy promotion efforts.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 2020
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    Ragot, Xavier;
    Country: France

    contribution à un site web; Les décisions prises dans l’urgence par les institutions économiques nationales et européennes seront-elles suffisantes pour amortir le choc de la crise économique, conséquence inévitable de la pandémie du Covid-19 ? Analyse par Xavier Ragot, président de l’Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques (OFCE), qui évoque aussi la nécessité de repenser, à l'issue de cet épisode tragique, les liens entre économie, société et environnement. [Premier paragraphe]

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    Authors: 
    Caruso Giovanni Paolo; Ceregini Andrea;
    Country: Italy

    Il documento descrive l'implementazione di una Virtual Private Network per migliorare la sicurezza della rete istituzionale e contestualmente permettere al personale di accedere, da remoto, alle risorse presenti in essa.

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    Authors: 
    Somville, Francis; Van Bogaert, P; Vercauteren, Leonie; De Cauwer, Harald; Mortelmans, Luc; Pauwels, Sofie; De Boeck, Lisanne; Franck, Eric;
    Country: Belgium
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    Mena Fluhmann, Rodrigo; Hilhorst, Thea;
    Publisher: BLISS: The ISS Blog on Global Development and Social Justice
    Country: Netherlands
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Margaretha Marie Elisabeth Müller;
    Publisher: Rīgas Stradiņa universitāte
    Country: Latvia

    Medicīna Veselības aprūpe Medicine Health Care Saistībā ar Kovid-19 pandēmiju Multisistēmu iekaisuma sindroms bērniem (MIS-C) ir kļuvusi par jaunu slimību bērnu populācijā. Tiek uzskatīts, ka tā ir SARS-CoV-2 infekcijas imūnmediēta pēcinfekcijas komplikācija, lai gan tieša cēloņsakarība starp abām slimībām vēl nav skaidra. Sindroms izpaužas ar līdzīgu klīnisko ainu kā Kavasaki slimība un toksiskā šoka sindroms, izraisot vairāku orgānu mazspēju. Tas izpaužas 2-6 nedēļas pēc akūtas Covid-19 infekcijas ar drudzi un galvenokārt kuņģa un zarnu trakta, sirds un asinsvadu sistēmas un gļotādas simptomiem. Bieži sastopama hemodinamikas nestabilitāte un šoka attīstība ar vazopresoru terapiju. Iekaisuma marķieri ir vispārēji paaugstināti. Ārstēšana ietver imunomodulējošu un pretiekaisuma terapiju. Lielākajai daļai bērnu nepieciešama intensīva terapija. Tomēr kopējais mirstības līmenis ir zems, un prognoze ir laba. Sindroma ilgtermiņa sekas pašlaik nav zināmas, tāpēc ir nepieciešama regulāra novērošana. Šis jaunais sindroms ir plaši novērots, un visā pasaulē ir publicēti gadījumu apraksti un pētījumi, lai to raksturotu. Es esmu tos pārskatījis, lai aprakstītu sindromu attiecībā uz tā patofizioloģiju, klīnisko izpausmi, laboratorijas un attēlu izmaiņām, ārstēšanas iespējām un iznākumu saskaņā ar pašreizējo zināšanu līmeni. Multisystem inflammatory disease in children (MIS-C) has been emerging as a novel condition in the paediatric population in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic. It is thought to be an immune-mediated post-infectious complication of a SARS-CoV-2 infection, although the direct causality between the two is not yet understood. The syndrome presents with a similar clinical picture as Kawasaki disease and toxic shock syndrome, leading to multi-organ failure. It presents 2 to 6 weeks after an acute Covid-19 infection with fever and predominantly gastrointestinal, cardiovascular and mucocutaneous symptoms. Haemodynamic instability and development of shock with vasopressor treatment is common. Inflammatory markers are universally increased. Treatment includes immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory therapy. With most children requiring intensive care treatment. Nonetheless, the overall mortality rate is low, and the prognosis good. Long-term sequelae of the syndrome is unknown at this point in time, warranting a regular follow-up. This new syndrome has been extensively observed and case reports and studies have been published across the globe, to characterise it. I have reviewed these, to describe the syndrome regarding its pathophysiology, clinical presentation, laboratory and imaging changes, treatment options and outcome, according to the current state of knowledge.

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    Donovan, Maria Margaret O;
    Publisher: Center for Undervisningsudvikling og Digitale Medier, Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    An extended brief overviewing a bread swath of responses from higher educational institutions worldwide, to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Leović, Kristina;
    Country: Croatia

    Communication is a learned skill. However, although most people are born with the physical ability to talk, not everyone can communicate well unless they make a special effort to further develop and hone this skill. The communication aspect in health and medicine is very broad, and often complex. It has already been emphasized that we understand communication as a process of exchanging information using an agreed system of signs. The personality approach emphasizes the qualities of the leader. On January 31, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 epidemic a public health threat of international importance. Komunikacija je naučena vještina. Međutim, iako je većina ljudi rođena s fizičkom sposobnošću za razgovor, ne mogu svi komunicirati dobro ako ne ulože posebne napore da se ova vještina dalje razvija i usavršava. Komunikacijski aspekt u zdravstvu i medicini je veoma širok, a često i kompleksan. Već je naglašeno kako komunikaciju shvaćamo kao proces razmjene informacija pomoću dogovorenog sustava znakova. Osobinski pristup naglašava osobine vođe. Svjetska zdravstvena organizacija proglasila je 31. siječnja 2020. godine epidemiju COVID-19 javnozdravstvenom prijetnjom od međunarodnog značaja.

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    Zhang, Zizhen; Zeb, Anwar; Egbelowo, Oluwaseun F; Erturk, Vedat S;
    Country: South Africa

    Abstract In this work, we formulate and analyze a new mathematical model for COVID-19 epidemic with isolated class in fractional order. This model is described by a system of fractional-order differential equations model and includes five classes, namely, S (susceptible class), E (exposed class), I (infected class), Q (isolated class), and R (recovered class). Dynamics and numerical approximations for the proposed fractional-order model are studied. Firstly, positivity and boundedness of the model are established. Secondly, the basic reproduction number of the model is calculated by using the next generation matrix approach. Then, asymptotic stability of the model is investigated. Lastly, we apply the adaptive predictor–corrector algorithm and fourth-order Runge–Kutta (RK4) method to simulate the proposed model. Consequently, a set of numerical simulations are performed to support the validity of the theoretical results. The numerical simulations indicate that there is a good agreement between theoretical results and numerical ones.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
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    Schneider, Luisa;
    Publisher: Culture in Quarantine
    Country: Netherlands

    ImagineThe internet stops workingelectricity is cutthe many screens which connect you to the world turn blackyou no longer have access to your bank accountor functioning credits cardsthe walls behind which you retreated fade awayand you find yourself under the open skynow you are like menothing but a “dangerous body” on the streetwhat can you do now?what must you do now?out in the open where an invisible virus lurks?you roamroam the city forfoodinformationand means to protect those you love

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  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Wunsch, Natasha;
    Countries: United Kingdom, France, France

    contribution à un site web; Several countries in the Western Balkans have responded to the Covid-19 outbreak with draconian measures that entail a further erosion of democracy, writes Natasha Wunsch. She argues the pandemic is shining a spotlight on the impact of geopolitical competition in the Western Balkans, where authoritarian forces are undermining the EU’s democracy promotion efforts.

  • Publication . Other literature type . 2020
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    Authors: 
    Ragot, Xavier;
    Country: France

    contribution à un site web; Les décisions prises dans l’urgence par les institutions économiques nationales et européennes seront-elles suffisantes pour amortir le choc de la crise économique, conséquence inévitable de la pandémie du Covid-19 ? Analyse par Xavier Ragot, président de l’Observatoire français des conjonctures économiques (OFCE), qui évoque aussi la nécessité de repenser, à l'issue de cet épisode tragique, les liens entre économie, société et environnement. [Premier paragraphe]

  • Restricted Italian
    Authors: 
    Caruso Giovanni Paolo; Ceregini Andrea;
    Country: Italy

    Il documento descrive l'implementazione di una Virtual Private Network per migliorare la sicurezza della rete istituzionale e contestualmente permettere al personale di accedere, da remoto, alle risorse presenti in essa.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Somville, Francis; Van Bogaert, P; Vercauteren, Leonie; De Cauwer, Harald; Mortelmans, Luc; Pauwels, Sofie; De Boeck, Lisanne; Franck, Eric;
    Country: Belgium
  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Mena Fluhmann, Rodrigo; Hilhorst, Thea;
    Publisher: BLISS: The ISS Blog on Global Development and Social Justice
    Country: Netherlands
  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Margaretha Marie Elisabeth Müller;
    Publisher: Rīgas Stradiņa universitāte
    Country: Latvia

    Medicīna Veselības aprūpe Medicine Health Care Saistībā ar Kovid-19 pandēmiju Multisistēmu iekaisuma sindroms bērniem (MIS-C) ir kļuvusi par jaunu slimību bērnu populācijā. Tiek uzskatīts, ka tā ir SARS-CoV-2 infekcijas imūnmediēta pēcinfekcijas komplikācija, lai gan tieša cēloņsakarība starp abām slimībām vēl nav skaidra. Sindroms izpaužas ar līdzīgu klīnisko ainu kā Kavasaki slimība un toksiskā šoka sindroms, izraisot vairāku orgānu mazspēju. Tas izpaužas 2-6 nedēļas pēc akūtas Covid-19 infekcijas ar drudzi un galvenokārt kuņģa un zarnu trakta, sirds un asinsvadu sistēmas un gļotādas simptomiem. Bieži sastopama hemodinamikas nestabilitāte un šoka attīstība ar vazopresoru terapiju. Iekaisuma marķieri ir vispārēji paaugstināti. Ārstēšana ietver imunomodulējošu un pretiekaisuma terapiju. Lielākajai daļai bērnu nepieciešama intensīva terapija. Tomēr kopējais mirstības līmenis ir zems, un prognoze ir laba. Sindroma ilgtermiņa sekas pašlaik nav zināmas, tāpēc ir nepieciešama regulāra novērošana. Šis jaunais sindroms ir plaši novērots, un visā pasaulē ir publicēti gadījumu apraksti un pētījumi, lai to raksturotu. Es esmu tos pārskatījis, lai aprakstītu sindromu attiecībā uz tā patofizioloģiju, klīnisko izpausmi, laboratorijas un attēlu izmaiņām, ārstēšanas iespējām un iznākumu saskaņā ar pašreizējo zināšanu līmeni. Multisystem inflammatory disease in children (MIS-C) has been emerging as a novel condition in the paediatric population in relation to the Covid-19 pandemic. It is thought to be an immune-mediated post-infectious complication of a SARS-CoV-2 infection, although the direct causality between the two is not yet understood. The syndrome presents with a similar clinical picture as Kawasaki disease and toxic shock syndrome, leading to multi-organ failure. It presents 2 to 6 weeks after an acute Covid-19 infection with fever and predominantly gastrointestinal, cardiovascular and mucocutaneous symptoms. Haemodynamic instability and development of shock with vasopressor treatment is common. Inflammatory markers are universally increased. Treatment includes immunomodulatory and anti-inflammatory therapy. With most children requiring intensive care treatment. Nonetheless, the overall mortality rate is low, and the prognosis good. Long-term sequelae of the syndrome is unknown at this point in time, warranting a regular follow-up. This new syndrome has been extensively observed and case reports and studies have been published across the globe, to characterise it. I have reviewed these, to describe the syndrome regarding its pathophysiology, clinical presentation, laboratory and imaging changes, treatment options and outcome, according to the current state of knowledge.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Donovan, Maria Margaret O;
    Publisher: Center for Undervisningsudvikling og Digitale Medier, Aarhus Universitet
    Country: Denmark

    An extended brief overviewing a bread swath of responses from higher educational institutions worldwide, to the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2021
    Restricted Croatian
    Authors: 
    Leović, Kristina;
    Country: Croatia

    Communication is a learned skill. However, although most people are born with the physical ability to talk, not everyone can communicate well unless they make a special effort to further develop and hone this skill. The communication aspect in health and medicine is very broad, and often complex. It has already been emphasized that we understand communication as a process of exchanging information using an agreed system of signs. The personality approach emphasizes the qualities of the leader. On January 31, 2020, the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 epidemic a public health threat of international importance. Komunikacija je naučena vještina. Međutim, iako je većina ljudi rođena s fizičkom sposobnošću za razgovor, ne mogu svi komunicirati dobro ako ne ulože posebne napore da se ova vještina dalje razvija i usavršava. Komunikacijski aspekt u zdravstvu i medicini je veoma širok, a često i kompleksan. Već je naglašeno kako komunikaciju shvaćamo kao proces razmjene informacija pomoću dogovorenog sustava znakova. Osobinski pristup naglašava osobine vođe. Svjetska zdravstvena organizacija proglasila je 31. siječnja 2020. godine epidemiju COVID-19 javnozdravstvenom prijetnjom od međunarodnog značaja.

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Zhang, Zizhen; Zeb, Anwar; Egbelowo, Oluwaseun F; Erturk, Vedat S;
    Country: South Africa

    Abstract In this work, we formulate and analyze a new mathematical model for COVID-19 epidemic with isolated class in fractional order. This model is described by a system of fractional-order differential equations model and includes five classes, namely, S (susceptible class), E (exposed class), I (infected class), Q (isolated class), and R (recovered class). Dynamics and numerical approximations for the proposed fractional-order model are studied. Firstly, positivity and boundedness of the model are established. Secondly, the basic reproduction number of the model is calculated by using the next generation matrix approach. Then, asymptotic stability of the model is investigated. Lastly, we apply the adaptive predictor–corrector algorithm and fourth-order Runge–Kutta (RK4) method to simulate the proposed model. Consequently, a set of numerical simulations are performed to support the validity of the theoretical results. The numerical simulations indicate that there is a good agreement between theoretical results and numerical ones.

  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2020
    Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Schneider, Luisa;
    Publisher: Culture in Quarantine
    Country: Netherlands

    ImagineThe internet stops workingelectricity is cutthe many screens which connect you to the world turn blackyou no longer have access to your bank accountor functioning credits cardsthe walls behind which you retreated fade awayand you find yourself under the open skynow you are like menothing but a “dangerous body” on the streetwhat can you do now?what must you do now?out in the open where an invisible virus lurks?you roamroam the city forfoodinformationand means to protect those you love