Lectures Sample Clauses

Lectures. The weekly teaching workload is 16.0 regularly scheduled class contact hours where the principal instructional delivery mode is through the lecture method. Each exam week will be equated on the same basis as a teaching week.
Lectures. General lectures aim to introduce the students into the primary areas and methodologies of the academic field. More in particular, they are meant to discuss the major facts and schools of thought of the discipline. Special lectures deal with the state-of-the-art in scientific research. Lectures are presented by one, or more (the so-called forum- lectures), member(s) of the academic staff. Other forms of presentation, and discussions, can be included as well. Lectures are completed through either an oral and/or a written examination.
Lectures the mentoring of students, and the provisio11 of curricular advice at Masaryk by Yale faculty;
Lectures. Lectures start with the foundations of cardiac anatomy and physiology along with basic ECG analysis and build to interpretation of cardiac arrhythmias, understanding arrhythmia mechanisms, and available treatments. This includes advanced understanding of cardiac device therapies, catheter ablation, and related modalities and procedures. Basic Cardiac Electrophysiology An introduction to electrophysiology is presented. Terminology, action potentials, ion channels, and the concepts of brady and tachyarrhythmias are discussed. The specifics of electrophysiology testing in relation to bradycardias and tachycardias are examined and discussed. Particular attention is paid to arrhythmia diagnosis and treatment as it relates to cardiac implantable electronic devices (CIEDs) and catheter ablation. Basic Pharmacology Cardiac medications and their effect on the cardiac conduction system are discussed, particularly in relation to EP studies, catheter ablation, cardiac pacing, and implantable cardioverter defibrillators. Business and Marketing The business aspects of the cardiac electrophysiology space will be introduced and taught; particularly, business ethics, marketing oneself to an employer, business practices related to this field, how to conduct oneself in relation to healthcare providers, building your brand, and other pertinent topics.Cardiac Anatomy and Physiology Detailed cardiac anatomy and physiology are taught, especially in relation to cardiac electrophysiology. This includes structures and functions of the cardiovascular system, action potentials and biochemistry of cell depolarization, cardiac hemodynamics, and basic cardiac pathology with possible resulting therapies and procedures. Cardiac Device Follow-Up Topic specific lectures are presented regarding implanted cardiac device DRGs, pacing, available parameters, programming concepts, optimization of parameters, magnet use, timing cycles, NBG codes, programmer use, lead testing, rate modulation, upper rate behaviors, manufacturer specific algorithms, acute and chronic complications, interpreting recorded rhythms, and data management. Additionally, students will apply these concepts with coinciding laboratory practice. Cardiac Device Follow-up Interpretation Content discusses cardiac device follow-up, the role of the allied health professional, and clinical interpretation of chronic cardiac device diagnostics and data. The modes of long-term device follow-up are discussed, such as in-clinic follow-up ...
Lectures. Due to the restrictions in place because of the pandemic, the lessons were conducted online, with a duration of 3 hours each, and took place between the end of November 2020 and the start of January 2021.In the first and second lessons the basics of wave mechanics were illustrated, introducing the concepts of interference and diffraction for electromagnetic and sound waves, and touching upon the concept of wave-particle duality. The third lesson focused on the physical modelling of a phenomenon, a key concept in western scientific culture and quite different from its eastern counterpart. Finally, in the fourth lesson, several relevant scientific experiments regarding particle interference, and in particular that of antimatter, were presented.
Lectures. 1.1 A lecture is a discourse within a certain area of law given by a speaker with a professional or academic background. The topic is discussed in a plenary.
Lectures. 2020'n Genetiese blik op die Kruger familie (Eng: a Genetic view of the Kruger family). released on FAK facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FAK01/videos/kru ge r-lesing/389463025401325/ [11K views]2018Genetic roots of the Afrikaner population, 11de Genealogie- & Familie-Erfenisfees2009Our genetic past, Probus Club of Pretoria East2009Genetic heritage of Afrikaners. Boekenhout residence2006Afrikaners, mostly Van der Merwe. Genealogical Society of South Africa