Renewed Sexual Pleasure for Couples Post-Prostate Cancer Treatment

submitted by: mdanderson
Download from iTunes: http://itunes.apple.com/us/itunes-u/renewed-sexual-pleasure-for/id431848... Erectile dysfunction is an adverse side effect for many prostate cancer patients that often causes unhappiness for the man's partner as well. Leslie Schover, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Behavioral Science at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, has recently completed a clinical trial studying the effectiveness of counseling through face-to-face interaction versus...

Sexual Counseling for Couples after Prostate Cancer Treatment

submitted by: mdanderson

Leslie Schover, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Behavioral Science at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, explains her findings from the clinical trial, Counseling About Regaining Erections and Sexual Satisfaction (CAREss). The results examine which group, face-to-face or Internet, had a better sex counseling experience, and also assesses if the partner received improved sexual function as well as the male prostate cancer patient.

Hope for Restored Sexual Function for Prostate Cancer Patients and their Partners

submitted by: mdanderson

Reliability of firm erections after prostate cancer surgery generally is not a common occurrence. Also, some cancer patient partners are not very sexually motivated anymore for a number of reasons including frustration from erectile dysfunction. Leslie Schover, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Behavioral Science at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses her clinical trial called Counseling About Regaining Erections and Sexual Satisfaction (CAREss).

Critical factors underpinning the e-CRM activities of SMEs

submitted by: TandF
Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are vital components of our economies, but many struggle to perform the marketing prescribed theoretically for large organisations. In practice, marketing is performed in SMEs through an intrinsic customer orientation, which exhibits striking resemblances to customer relationship management (CRM) theory. This paper presents research evidence to help us understand the impact of Internet-based technologies (IBTs) on the CRM activities (that is e-CRM)...
Authors: Paul Harrigan, Elaine Ramsey, Patrick Ibbotson

SPACEPOL Academic Publishers: Books This Autumn

submitted by: spnw

SPACEPOL Books This Autumn 2010 presents perhaps the only textbook to cut past the technology hype that is causing many governments and companies to struggle with technology spending decisions. Technological Revolution as Political Coup D'etat (ISBN13: 9789529950843) will be released this fall. Multidisciplinary expert and author Gunnar K. A. Njalsson talks about why policymakers, students, professors, journalists and other professionals should be interested.

Introducing Sourcemap: the Open Source Platform for Sustainability and Supply Chain Transparency

submitted by: amerigo
How can we begin to make sustainable decisions without information about the products and services we buy? At Sourcemap, we believe you have a right to know where things come from and what they're made of. Sourcemap is a free and open platform for understanding the social and environmental impacts of modern supply chains. It is a rich social tool for crowd-sourcing information from producers, designers and consumers to build a comprehensive catalog of consumer products. Built-in...

Open Access Week 2010: A Message from Phil Bourne

submitted by: Phil
This Journal and the Public Library of Science (PLoS) at large are standard bearers of the full potential offered through open access publication, but what of you, the reader? For most of you, open access may imply free access to read the journals, but nothing more. There is a far greater potential, but, up to now, little to point to that highlights its tangible benefits. We would argue that, as yet, the full promise of open access has not been realized. There are few persistent applications...
Authors: Philip E. Bourne, J. Lynn Fink, Mark Gerstein

From a Queen Song to a Better Music Search Engine

submitted by: ucsandiego
At a recent IEEE technology conference, UC San Diego electrical engineers presented a solution to their problem with the song “Bohemian Rhapsody,”—and it’s not that they don’t like this hit from the band Queen. The electrical engineers’ issue with “Bohemian Rhapsody” is that it is too heterogeneous... http://ucsdnews.ucsd.edu/newsrel/students/05-09Barrington.asp

Wilson Wireless Amplifier for USB727, KPC680 and Cell Phone

submitted by: MoreMobile

We show you how to use the wireless end of an Amplifier to Boost the Signal of a Mobile Broadband Card AND Cell Phone at the same time!

Verizon USB727 vs Sprint U727 USB Card Comparison Demo

submitted by: MoreMobile

We compare the Verizon Novatel USB727 vs the Sprint version the U727. Even thought they look exactly the same there are a few differences. Both are Free at MoreMobileInternet.com