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Software Engineering, Computer Engineering, Electronics Engineering, Telecom Engineering, Avionics Engineering and Information & Communication System Engineering only. Medicine: Cambridge International A Levels in Pre-Medical subjects according to IBCC requirements. In order to encourage candidates from Cambridge schools, NUST has reserved a few seats in Engineering, IT, Medicine, Management, Social Sciences and Applied Biosciences for admission through SAT tests. Pakistani candidates of both A Level and FSc streams can exercise this option and compete for the reserved seats. A minimum score of 550 is required in each subject to apply for a medical programme. For further details visit www.nust.edu.pk
• Third, countries may be so different with respect to other factors that they may not be comparable as regards achievable disease reduction. There might also be other reasons, such as cultural differences (e.g. Muslim countries with very low alcohol consumption), which explain different exposure levels, and such “feasible” exposure levels might not be really feasibly achieved in other countries. An additional issue is that the Arcadian normal procedure should require appropriate adjustment for long-term global trends, such as the trend away from smoking. Smoking rates are declining significantly across the board in many regions (e.g., North America, Western Europe, Oceania). Even though the Arcadian normal expressed in terms of smoking prevalence may be 15 per cent now, it will probably be much lower in another decade. This calls to question the whole idea of using historical examples as an absolute standard. Fifty years from now the Arcadian normal for smoking may only be 5 per cent or 10 per cent. Two hundred years ago it would have been close to zero. Arcadian normals are a reasonable approximation for a given place and time period only.
Also, information sharing is the most basic and important demand for trade union to prepare collective bargaining and union activity. We know very well the wisdom words that knowledge is a power. In modern society, information on company situation is a power for trade union and a starting point for constructive negotiation. Trade union has to consistently and continuously demand employer to disclose substantial information on company financial data and investment policy. Workers’ participation in management is the most important objective of trade union movement. Information disclosure is the first step to achieve the workers’ participation in management. At the same time, information disclosure is the best way to make our company transparent, honest and open.
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Urban lab is a generic term that incorporates a great variety of different methodological and conceptual approaches to deal with the increased urban complexity, promoting new platforms for experimentation, citizen participation and collaboration. Although there is no consensus on how to define an urban lab, most of them share conceptual roots with ‘living labs’, which can be described as participatory platforms for open innovation that support experimentation with real users in real contexts. Living labs can be under- stood both as a methodology and as a space for user partici- pation in innovation processes. Today, living labs generally seem to attract attention and interest from various scholars, public authorities and politicians, as a result of which there are a large number of different names, forms, and purposes of the concept. In the URB@Exp project, practitioners and researchers jointly engaged in exploring what an urban lab is and how it can be defined. In an iterative process based on literature review, insights from existing urban labs and collaborative discussions, we identified eight characteris - tics that are central to urban labs and their functioning (i.e. agendas, participation, positioning, organizational struc- ture, activities, learning, outcomes and time framing). The eight guidelines presented in this booklet provide support for reflecting and acting in relation to each of these char - acteristics. Each of them presents a design goal. Together, these design goals form a definition of what an urban lab is according to the researchers and practitioners involved in URB@Exp.
usefulness of particular tests and studies should inform decisions about goals of care and limiting interventions. There is greater awareness that although children and adolescents cannot make legally binding decisions, information should be shared with them to the extent possible, using appropriate language and information for each patient’s level of development. In addition, the phrase limitations of care has been changed to limitations of interventions, and there is increasing availability of the Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST) form, a new method of legally identifying people with specific limits on interventions at the end of life, both in and out of healthcare facilities. Even with new information that the success of kidney and liver transplants from adult donors is unrelated to whether the donor receives CPR, the donation of organs after resuscitation remains controversial. Viewpoints on several important ethical concerns that are the topics of ongoing debate around organ donation in an emergency setting are summarized in “Part 3: Ethical Issues” of the 2015 Guidelines Update.
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