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Chris Centeno

Albert Balaguer, Cristina Monforte-Royo, Josep Porta-Sales, Alberto Alonso-Babarro, Rogelio Altisent, Amor Aradilla-Herrero, Mercedes Bellido-Pérez, William Breitbart, Carlos Centeno, Miguel Angel Cuervo, Luc Deliens, Gerrit Frerich, Chris Gastmans, Stephanie Lichtenfeld, Joaquín T Limonero, Markus A Maier, Lars Johan Materstvedt, María Nabal, Gary Rodin, Barry Rosenfeld, Tracy Schroepfer, Joaquín Tomás-Sábado, Jordi Trelis, Christian Villavicencio-Chávez, Raymond Voltz
BACKGROUND: The desire for hastened death or wish to hasten death (WTHD) that is experienced by some patients with advanced illness is a complex phenomenon for which no widely accepted definition exists. This lack of a common conceptualization hinders understanding and cooperation between clinicians and researchers. The aim of this study was to develop an internationally agreed definition of the WTHD. METHODS: Following an exhaustive literature review, a modified nominal group process and an international, modified Delphi process were carried out...
2016: PloS One
Hugo Reyes-Centeno, Mark Hubbe, Tsunehiko Hanihara, Chris Stringer, Katerina Harvati
The modern human expansion process out of Africa has important implications for understanding the genetic and phenotypic structure of extant populations. While intensely debated, the primary hypotheses focus on either a single dispersal or multiple dispersals out of the continent. Here, we use the human fossil record from Africa and the Levant, as well as an exceptionally large dataset of Holocene human crania sampled from Asia, to model ancestor-descendant relationships along hypothetical dispersal routes...
October 2015: Journal of Human Evolution
David Prideaux, Chris Roberts, Kevin Eva, Angel Centeno, Peter McCrorie, Chris McManus, Fiona Patterson, David Powis, Ara Tekian, David Wilkinson
Assessment for selection in medicine and the health professions should follow the same quality assurance processes as in-course assessment. The literature on selection is limited and is not strongly theoretical or conceptual. For written testing, there is evidence of the predictive validity of Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) for medical school and licensing examination performance. There is also evidence for the predictive validity of grade point average, particularly in combination with MCAT for graduate entry but little evidence about the predictive validity of school leaver scores...
2011: Medical Teacher
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