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The Digital Repository at the University of Maryland (DRUM) collects, preserves, and provides public access to the scholarly output of the university. Faculty and researchers can upload research products for rapid dissemination, global visibility and impact, and long-term preservation.
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(National Academy of Sciences, 2017-07-19)BACKGROUND: A scoping literature review was conducted to identify and describe the state-of the-art of community-based health literacy interventions. “Health literacy” and “community” were the core concepts used to ...
(1993)An experimental and modeling study of heat transfer and pressure drop in liquid-cooled offset fin compact heat exchangers (cold plates) is described. Liquid coolants used in the testing are water and PAO (polyalphaolefin), ...
(1985)Recent studies conflict as to the relative importance of parents and peers as causal agents in juvenile misbehavior. Hirschi and other proponents of social control theory see parental bonding as preventing involvement in ...
(2001)Current respirator design involves developing and testing a prototype, making modifications, and then re-testing until a suitable mask is obtained. If the physiological effects of the respirator could be modeled, design ...
(1989)This study examines the factors that led to the Baltimore News American's failure as a major metropolitan afternoon newspaper and the efforts taken to try to save the newspaper. Factors examined include the number of ...