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Towards Gender-responsive, Trauma-informed Care for Substance Use Disorders and PTSD: Evidence to Inform Non-government Services in Australia

Trauma informed care appears to be a promising treatment for SUD and PTSD but there is a need for proper baseline assessment and flexible treatment programming.

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Infertility as Seen through the Lens of Uncertainty in Illness Theory

This paper provides a theoretical context for the study of infertility, and offers partial explanation for what may be driving advanced reproductive technology choices among infertile couples.

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Young Adults’ Retrospective Perceptions of Parenting

Young adults’ perceptions of parenting quality were assessed in relation to father availability and children’s psychosocial outcomes.

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The Treatment of Flesh Wounds in the Roman Army (27 B.C.-A.D. 476)

During ancient battles soldiers suffered serious flesh wounds. The Roman army innovated the use of medical corpsmen and field hospitals to increase the speed of treatment.

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Contract Formation via Email: The Position in Malaysia

This paper is focused on formation of contracts through electronically mailed acceptance.

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Reexamining Zipf's Law from a World Historical Perspective: Urbanization, Complexity, and the Rank-Size Rule

This paper critiques the expected outcome of urban development under different conditions of power and complexity to offer a theoretical alternative to historical analyses of urban development.

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Environmental Citizenship, Maya Cosmovision, and Cultural Rights in Guatemala

An ethnographic study of El Centro Pluricultural Para la Democracia and it's idea of "culturally sustainable development", which hinges on the production of indigenous Maya Environmental Citizens.

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Dynamic Model to Optimal Management in Protected Areas

This paper is a attempt to model some relevant trade-off between recreation, service, and natural resources in a Protected Area.

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The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Environmental Studies , Volume 7, Issue 4

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Retention in the Canadian Forces: The Predictive Validity of Three Selection Measures

This study examined the predictive validity of a cognitive test, educational levels and a Military Potential score in predicting retention in the Canadian Forces.

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