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focused on describing citation behavior itself, for examples, authors’ citation preference, citation features and citation background, while rarely discussing implicit aspects behind citation relationship such as knowledge communication and relationship

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The study seeks to identify the influence of local and regional publications in the production of public health research papers in the Latin American region. A citation analysis of the papers published in the following three leading journals in the field of public health was conducted: Revista Médica de Chile (Chile) (RMCh); Archivos Latinoamericanos de Nutrición (Venezuela) (ALAN); and Salud Pública de México (México) (SPM). Papers were analyzed for the period 2003–2007. SciELO (Scientific Electronic Library Online) and the printed version of the journals were used in the analysis. Overall, 1,273 papers from 122 journal issues were analyzed. References accounted for a total of 38,459. Over 90% of the production was published through the collaboration of two or more authors. Author affiliation corresponded in most cases to the country of origin of the journal. References to Portuguese papers accounted for nearly 5% in ALAN and less than 1% each in SPM and RMCh. Citations among the three journals were not significant. Only ALAN cited RMCh and SPM over 3% each, of total citations. SPM and RMCh cited each other less than 1% of total citations. With the exception of ALAN, most public health papers published in RMCh and SPM derived from the national collaboration of researchers in the field. A small amount of public health knowledge communication was being transferred from Brazil to the region through RMCh and SPM. A vertical and individual (per journal/country) model of knowledge communication in public health was identified.

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The placement of Helenus, the Trojan seer, near the end of Pythagoras’ speech in Ovid’s Metamorphoses 15, humorously comments on the Augustan projection of Rome’s predestined world conquest. In Metamorphoses 15, the philosopher Pythagoras casts himself in the light of the Vergilian Helenus. Among the various common characteristics Helenus and Pythagoras share outstanding is their metaliterary identity as conveyed in an interfusion of comprehensive knowledge, communication of uncontested truth but also adherence to deception: the Ovidian Pythagoras’ speech is ridden with inaccurate information and chronological fallacies, while Ovid’s Helenus is in fact the Vergilian Helenus, a confused individual who lives in the deceptive contentment of an a-chronic world of ghosts. By means of undermining the infallibility of prophesying through the lack of credibility of the prophet, Ovid undermines the standardization of the literary motif of epic prophecies about Rome’s world conquest, a much advertized theme in the various expressions of Augustan ideology of global conquest.

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A vesetranszplantációval kapcsolatos betegedukációs program tapasztalatai a kelet-magyarországi régióban

Experiences of a patient education program related to kidney transplantation in the Eastern Hungary region

Orvosi Hetilap
Authors: Anita Barth, Gergő József Szőllősi, and Balázs Nemes

Nephrol. 2015; 10: 1659–1669. 25 Hunt HF, Rodrigue JR, Dew MA, et al. Strategies for increasing knowledge, communication, and access to living donor transplantation: an

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. 2007 . Knowledge Communication – the Emergence of a Third Order Discipline . In: Villiger , C. & Gerzymisch-Arbogast , H. (eds) Kommunikation in Bewegung Multimedialer und multilingualer Wissenstransfer in der Experten

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discoveries. In A. Sales , & M. Fournier (Eds.), Knowledge, communication and creativity (129–155). London and Thousand Oaks, California: SAGE Publications Ltd. Hollingsworth J. R

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