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Authors at the boundary: Interaction of local and general scientific literature
How a scientific literature is shaped both at the local and general level is an important question to answer. One practical way of achieving this task is to identify the roles played by authors (academicians) as actors ...
Is training for informal caregivers and their older persons helpful? A systematic review
Background: The steady increase in the number of people suffering from chronic diseases and increasing life expectancy raises new demands on health care. At the same time, the need for informal caregivers is increasing. ...
The Necessity of Sector Carrying Capacity in Multinational Companies' FDI Location Choice
The aim of this study is to define the carrying capacity as a new criterion in multinational companies' foreign direct investment (FDI) location choice. The validity of such a definition requires the existence of a causal ...
SOURCES THAT MANAGERS PREFER FOR BUSINESS INFORMATION NEEDS
This study aims to reveal how business managers associate their information needs and the information sources to meet these needs. In order to answer this question, face-to-face interviews were carried out with a total of ...
Challenges and needs of informal caregivers in elderly care: Qualitative research in four European countries, the TRACE project
Background: Providing informal care may affects caregivers' life in different ways. Determining the needs of caregivers and supporting them can improve both the quality of life of the caregivers, as well as the elderly ...
The Impact of National Culture on the Increase of COVID-19: A Cross-Country Analysis of European Countries
In recent years, countries have been fighting with increasing momentum against outbreaks. This struggle requires the effective implementation of several measures that are required in medical science. However, the cultural ...