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ORBi Open Repository and Bibliography (327.254 recursos)

In may 2007, the ULg's Administrative Board (joined in June 2007 by the FUSAGx) decided to create an institutional repository and defined a strong institutional self-archiving policy to increase the visibility, accessibility and impact of the University's publications (Board's decision). This decision led to the official launch, in November 2008, of the ORBi platform including both the Academic Bibliography and the Institutional Repository of the Wallonia-Europe University Academy.

Human health sciences

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  1. On the cerebral origin of EEG responses to TMS: Insights from severe cortical lesions

    Gosseries, Olivia; Sarasso, S.; Casarotto, S.; Boly, M.; Schnakers, C.; Napolitani, M.; Bruno, M.-A.; LEDOUX, Didier; Tshibanda, J.-F.; Massimini, M.; Laureys, Steven; Rosanova, M.
    Peer reviewed

  2. Part 1 : Non-invasive approaches in the diagnosis of acute rejection in kidney transplant recipients. Part I. In vivo imaging methods.

    Hanssen, Oriane; Erpicum, Pauline; Lovinfosse, Pierre; Meunier, Paul; Weekers, Laurent; Tshibanda, Luaba; Krzesinski, Jean-Marie; HUSTINX, Roland; Jouret, François
    Peer reviewed

  3. Impact d’une formation par simulation à la réanimation néonatale: une étude randomisée contrôlée

    Servotte, Jean-Christophe; Ghuysen, Alexandre; Simonet, Bénédicte; Tubes, Rebecca; Cardos, Benoît; Guillaume, Michèle; Bragard, Isabelle
    Peer reviewed

  4. Sécurité d’administration des médicaments : comparaison de l’impact d’une formation par simulation et des stages cliniques

    Servotte, Jean-Christophe; Bragard, Isabelle; Galerin, Catherine; Tubes, Rebecca; Cardos, Benoît; Guillaume, Michèle; Ghuysen, Alexandre
    Peer reviewed

  5. Place de la simulation et de la réalité virtuelle dans la formation : développement d’un environnement de réalité virtuelle en médecine de catastrophe

    Servotte, Jean-Christophe; Ghuysen, Alexandre; Goosse, Manon; Bragard, Isabelle
    cette communication vise à présenter la place de la réalité virtuelle en simulation ainsi que le développement d'un environnement en médecine de catastrophe

  6. Développement de la Réalité Virtuelle en Médecine de Catastrophe

    Servotte, Jean-Christophe; Ghuysen, Alexandre; Goosse, Manon; bragard

  7. A comparison of 0.1% and 0.2% ropivacaine and bupivacaine combined with morphine for postoperative patient-controlled epidural analgesia after major abdominal surgery

    Senard, Marc; JORIS, Jean; Ledoux, Didier; Toussaint, J.-P.; Lahaye-Goffart, Benoît; Lamy, Maurice
    Peer reviewed

  8. Le cas clinique du mois. Endocardite "fulminante" a Staphylocoque dore.

    Wiesen, P.; Piret, S.; LEDOUX, Didier; Radermecker, Maurice; Canivet, J. L.
    Peer reviewed

  9. The first Belgian series of 56 patients with congenital hypogonadotropic hypogonadism (CHH) : genetics and brain abnormalities

    VALDES SOCIN, Hernan Gonzalo; LIBIOULLE, Cécile; HARVENGT, Julie; PINTIAUX, Axelle; JONAS, Corinne; Parent, Anne-Simone; GEENEN, Vincent; CORMAN, Vinciane; Debray, François-Guillaume; DIDEBERG, Vinciane; T'Sjoen, G; De Leerner, A; Beckers, D; Destree, A; Roland, D; Lederer, D; Boscolo, M; Bours, Vincent; Maiter, D; Beckers, Albert

  10. Implications éthiques, pédagogiques, socio-politiques et anthropologiques de la prévention quaternaire

    Jamoulle, Marc; Roland, Michel; Bae, Jong-Myon; Heleno, Bruno; Visentin, Giorgio; Gusso, Gustavo; Godycki-Cwirko, Maciek; Pizzanelli, Miguel; Ouvrard, Patrick; La Valle, Ricardo; Gomes, Luis; Widmer, Daniel; Bernstein, Jorge; Mariño, Mariana; Lima-Wagner, Hamilton; Rossi, Ilario
    Peer reviewed

  11. Silane Influence on PICN Interfacial Fracture Toughness with Resin Cement

    Eldafrawy, Maher; Greimers, Laura; BEKAERT, Sandrine; Gailly, Patrick; Lenaerts, Cedric; Nguyen, Jean-François; Sadoun, Michael; Mainjot, Amélie
    Peer reviewed

  12. A Functionally Graded PICN Material for Biomimetic CAD-CAM Blocks

    Eldafrawy, Maher; Nguyen, Jean-François; Mainjot, Amélie; Sadoun, Michael
    Peer reviewed

  13. Valuing health surveillance as an information system: interdisciplinary insights

    Antoine-Moussiaux, Nicolas; Vandenberg, O.; Kozlakidis, Z.; Aenishaenslin, C.; Eremin, S.; Peyre, M.; Roche, M.; Bonnet, P.; Ravel, A.
    Economic evaluation of health surveillance systems and health information is a methodological challenge, as for information systems in general. Main present threads are considering cost-effectiveness solutions, minimizing costs for a given technically required output, or cost-benefit analysis, balancing costs with economic benefits of duly informed public interventions, both adopting adapted viewpoint and time horizon. The latter option, following a linear command-and-control perspective, implies considering a strong mono- causal link between information, decision, action, and health benefits. Yet, valuing information, taking into account its nature and multiple sources, the modalities of its processing cycle, from production to diffusion and gradual building...

  14. How local socio-economic and cultural factors shape animal health surveillance and control programs

    Peyre, M.; Antoine-Moussiaux, Nicolas; Goutard, F.; Roger, F.
    Efficient animal disease surveillance systems are essential to prevent disease epidemics and the emergence of zoonotic threats. Many socio-cultural, economical and political drivers can affect their performance and their costs. Within the past ten years CIRAD and his partners have developed and applied innovative evaluation tools activities in South East Asia and Europe to better understand local constraints impairing animal health surveillance performances. The studies looked at the perceived costs and benefits of avian influenza passive surveillance in Vietnam and in Thailand (1); novel methodology for economic evaluation of swine influenza surveillance in Vietnam integrating functional and socio- economic factors...

  15. Walking at the edge of social and biomedical sciences: a fascina ng yet tricky trek!

    Antoine-Moussiaux, Nicolas; Leyens, S.; Thys, S.; Binot, A.
    Complex health problems call for interdisciplinarity. However, major divides remain between disciplines, resulting in projects being split into work-packages, mostly running in silos. This communication considers lessons learnt by scientists experiencing for more than a decade interdisciplinary research. It proposes a framework for further analysis and calls for dialogue to increase added value of interdisciplinarity with a focus on social sciences and biomedical sciences. Indeed, these disciplines handle distinct topics, adopting disciplinary viewpoints requiring very different temporal and spatial scales of study. Hereafter we consider some general and common, though disputable and not exclusive, distinctions between social and natural sciences....


    MILANTS, Christophe; Bruyère, Olivier; Kaux, Jean-François
    Peer reviewed

  17. HPV infection in mucosal junctions: a novel paradigm but several unresolved issues

    Herfs, Michael

  18. HPV infection in mucosal junctions: a novel paradigm but several unresolved issues

    Herfs, Michael

  19. HPV infection in mucosal junctions: a novel paradigm but several unresolved issues

    Herfs, Michael


    Le Goff, Caroline; VRANKEN, Laura; Kaux, Jean-François; Lennartz, Lieselotte; Cavalier, Etienne
    Peer reviewed

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