In collaboration with Goldsmiths, University of London, Whose Book is it anyway?
IP, collaborative business models, and questions of ethics and creativity in digital publishing (2012-2016) and CREATe, the RCUK Centre for Copyright and New Business Models in the Creative Economy.
Danuta Kean is a respected publishing industry and media analysts, who has written and edited three reports on diversity inthe publishing industry.
She was one of the main researchers for Spread the Word’s Writing the Future: Black and Asian authors and publishing staff in the UK marketplace report published in April 2015.
Patients with a greater intensity of predialysis nephrology care had more favorable outcomes (all p Including target populations in the design and implementation of research trials has been one response to the growing health disparities endemic to our health care system, as well as an aid to study generalizability.
As well as writing for a variety of publications, includingthe Daily Mail and the Financial Times, she is books editor of Mslexia, the magazine for women writers. Spread the Word is the writer development organisation for London.
The Writing the Future report can be downloaded from: 11: 00 – - Keynote speech by Michael Bhaskar Filtering and Amplification: What Publishing Does and How it Changes We hear a lot about how publishing and the book are going through their biggest change in centuries. If we look, we can trace a consistent thread to publishing from ancient China to Silicon Valley.
Retrospective cohort study of patients =66 years who initiated chronic dialysis in 20002001 and were eligible for VA and/or Medicare-covered services.
Nephrology visits in VA and/or Medicare during the 12-month predialysis period were identified and classified by low intensity (6 visits).