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Plato’s “Third Man” Arguments in the Parmenides | Semantic Scholar

A song of ascents. 1 Lord, remember David. and all his self-denial. 2 He swore an oath to the Lord, he made a vow to the Mighty One of Jacob: 3 “I will not enter my house. or go PARM Patient Assessment Course Overview Course Code: PARM Department: Paramedicine Credit Hours: Textbook Information: Bookstore website This course The aim of the paper is to discuss Parm. b3 c11, i.e. the 'conceptualist' argument, in relation to the 'Third Man' argument and to the whole dialogue


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Fogarty International Center FIC National Eye Institute NEI.National Institute on Aging NIA.Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development NICHD.National Institute on Drug Abuse NIDA.National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences NIEHS.National Institute of Mental Health NIMH.National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke NINDS.National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities NIMHD.National Cancer Institute NCI.Division of Program Coordination, Planning and Strategic Initiatives, Office of Disease Prevention ODP.R01 Research Project Grant.See Notices of Special Interest associated with this funding opportunity.NOT-TW Notice of Intent to Publish a Funding Opportunity Announcement for Implementation Research for Chronic Disease Prevention Across the Lifespan R01 Clinical Trial Optional.See Section III.Additional Information on Eligibility.This Funding Opportunity Announcement FOA supports innovative approaches to identifying, understanding, developing, and implementing strategies for overcoming barriers to the adoption, adaptation, integration, scale-up, and sustainability of evidence-based interventions, tools, policies, and guidelines.In addition, studies to advance dissemination and implementation research methods and measures into application are encouraged.Specifically, this FOA invites applications that propose interventions targeting critical life stages e.Applications will be accepted from US and World Bank-defined LMIC institutions only.Applicants are encouraged to apply early to allow adequate time to make any corrections to errors found in the application during the submission process by the due date.Conformance to all requirements both in the Application Guide and the FOA is required and strictly enforced.Applicants must read and follow all application instructions in the Application Guide as well as any program-specific instructions noted in Section IV.When the program-specific instructions deviate from those in the Application Guide, follow the program-specific instructions.Applications that do not comply with these instructions may be delayed or not accepted for review.Applications will be accepted from US and LMIC institutions only.Eligible LMIC institutions are defined by the World Bank at the following link: datahelpdesk.The GACD was formed in in response to this concern and supports research and associated trainingto accelerate and improve prevention and treatment of NCDs in under-resourced environments.NIH has supported 11 GACD awards across these NCD domains and plans a new approach for cross-cutting, trans-NIH funding over the coming years.This FOA is aligned with the overall GACD initiative to support implementation research to examine which interventions work, for whom, and under what circumstances.Projects may also address how interventions can be adapted and scaled up in ways that are feasible, acceptable, accessible, sustainable, and equitable in a given national context.Implementation science is the study of the methods and strategies that enable research uptake into practice.Implementation science is especially relevant in LMICs, where it can help ensure that limited resources are invested in cost-effective interventions.Implementation research is needed to account for the complexities of the systems in which interventions are implemented since other approaches often fail to address these.Results of implementation research support evidence-based policymaking that can build robust programs to improve public health.Additional information and resources on implementation research can be found on the GACD website.The COVID pandemic has brought NCDs further into the spotlight, as the majority of those who have experienced severe illness and death have had one or more underlying NCDs.Reducing the burden of NCDs is therefore critical to building more resilient, equitable, and healthier societies.The World Health Organization acknowledges the importance of adopting a life course approach as a conceptual framework when exploring the physical and social hazards that may impact health.A life course approach to NCDs may minimize the impact of exposure to known risk factors in early life through early adulthood and increase the likelihood of good health later in life, and potentially into the next generation, especially when considering maternal health during pregnancy.A number of behavioral change interventions, as well as those that increase the health-promoting potential of environments and decrease risks associated with unhealthy environments, are effective in reducing, delaying, or preventing the risk of NCD onset or disease progression.Applicants responding to this FOA are invited to meet this challenge.Where possible, research questions should be driven by local stakeholders and other intended beneficiaries of the research project.Applications proposing the following types of projects will NOT be considered responsive and will not be reviewed:.In all cases, the study population may include both people with existing NCDs, those without existing NCDs, or a combination of both, but the focus must be on addressing common NCD risk factors , such as depression, diabetes or impaired glucose tolerance, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, obesity, unhealthy diet, smoking, physical inactivity, and excess alcohol consumption.Applicants may propose implementation research focused on interventions that are implemented at the individual, family, community e.Applicants may also propose implementation research focused on NCD prevention in people living with HIV or other infectious disease comorbidities during critical life stages.The research to be undertaken will focus on the implementation of one or more evidence-based interventions in preventing or reducing exposure to one or more common NCD risk factors.Poverty, racism, ethnic discrimination, stigma, historical trauma, and other inequities are directly associated with detrimental health outcomes.All projects should consider the social determinants of health and discuss their potential impact on the effective implementation of the intervention s.If there is a focus on a particular population e.In order to promote health equity, studies should aim to address differences in intervention access, uptake, and effectiveness in socially disadvantaged groups and develop strategies for reducing inequities.Inclusion of contextually-appropriate implementation research outcomes key for driving appropriate assessment and potential scaling beyond the proposed research.Where appropriate, outcomes should be measured in those targeted directly as well as others who are intended to benefit from the intervention for example, the infants of mothers who received the intervention while pregnant, or the adult parents or grandparents of children who received the intervention.Stakeholders also include end users and the direct beneficiaries of research, such as youth groups, diverse community members, patients,and their caregivers.All stakeholders should be engaged at all stages of the research project, from initial ideation of research questions, throughout the duration of the project, and afterwards during the knowledge translation phase.More information about stakeholder engagement , including links to resources for planning such engagement, can be found on the GACD webpage.Implementation research is a relatively young discipline and the NIH and GACD are dedicated to increasing research capacity and capability in this field among researchers, health professionals, and public health leaders through skill building, knowledge sharing, and networking.NIH-aligned resources for planning equitable research partnerships are available on the GACD call webpage.As such, the GACD and NIH encourage equitable governance arrangements within research teams, with input from stakeholders and community representatives to drive contextually-informed, equitable research and data ownership.It is expected that all research conducted under and funded by this initiative will comply with relevant internationally accepted standards and best practices.These include:.Potential applicants are strongly encouraged to contact NIH IC program staff listed below early in the application process to discuss the alignment of their technical proposal with the goals of this FOA, the NIH IC, and the GACD program.NIH IC-specific priorities include the following:.NOTE: While the Fogarty International Center manages this program on behalf of NIH, FIC does not accept applications for this funding opportunity.Applications may only be submitted to partner ICs for funding consideration.The National Eye Institute supports basic and clinical research into diseases and disorders of the visual system and the special needs of people with impaired vision or who are blind.Research topics may include but are not limited to telemedicine, screening and automated diagnosis, medication adherence, quality of life, and rehabilitation strategies for those with vision loss.NEI would only support clinical trial applications for this FOA that fulfill the NIH requirements for either a mechanistic or minimal risk trial.A mechanistic trial is designed to understand a biological or behavioral process, the pathophysiology of a disease, or the mechanism of action of an intervention.A minimal risk trial is one in which the probability and magnitude of harm or discomfort anticipated in the research are not greater in and of themselves than those ordinarily encountered in daily life or during the performance of routine physical or psychological examinations or tests.The National Institute on Aging mission is to support and conduct genetic, biological, clinical, behavioral, social, and economic research on aging; foster the development of research and clinician scientists in aging; provide research resources to facilitate innovative aging research; and disseminate information about aging and advances in research to the public, health care professionals, and the scientific community, among a variety of audiences.The NIA Health Disparities Research Framework provides insights about NIA priority populations, multilevel factors for analysis, and the integrates the life course theory.Applicants are strongly encouraged to use the NIA Health Disparities Research Framework to a better delineate causal pathways for an intervention, b broaden the scope of proposed adaptable intervention targets by reviewing difference cells among the four key domains which provide examples of level of analysis a research team might consider e.For clinical trial proposals, implementation strategies studied should be limited to the studies of strategies that have evidence of efficacy, as well as evidence that the intervention can be delivered in the community with fidelity.NIA is especially interested in receiving applications that fall within Stage V of the NIH Stage Model for Behavioral Intervention Development that focus on the mechanisms that promote the successful implementation of interventions, consistent with the NIH Science of Behavior Change emphasis on mechanisms of change.Applicants should make the case that these interventions have shown efficacy and can be scaled up.The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development encourages implementation research applications relevant to the NICHD mission focusing on critical periods throughout the life course.Specifically, implementation research studies that address long-term health outcomes and chronic conditions of at-risk mothers and children, interventions that improve pre-pregnancy health, prematurity, malnutrition, childhood stunting, disease, and developmental delays.NIDA is interested in receiving applications for this FOA that address common NCD risk factors for substance use and that meet the criteria established in this FOA.The mission of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences is to discover how the environment affects people in order to promote healthier lives.Its vision is to provide global leadership for innovative research that improves public health by preventing disease and disability.Our environment, including exposures in the physical, built, and social environments, can negatively affect the health of individuals and communities.Given the interconnectedness of the environment with individual- and structural-level social determinants of health, ensuring equitable implementation of interventions that prevent or mitigate these environmental exposures and reduce the risk of NCDs is urgently needed.NIEHS is interested in applications that are within scope of our Strategic Plan and focus on the implementation of interventions that address environmental NCD risk factors one or more critical life stages.Specific areas of interest to NIEHS include, but are not limited to:.The National Institute of Mental Health encourages studies across the research spectrum, from basic through translational science to intervention development and efficacy, effectiveness, and implementation research.Mental disorders may be defined according to existing diagnostic criteria or along dimensions of neurobehavioral functioning according to the NIMH Research Domain Criteria RDoC framework.If existing diagnostic criteria are to be used, investigators should include plans for addressing heterogeneity within the diagnostic category or categories.population e.Also, multi-sectoral interventions are of interest.We encourage research teams to incorporate measurements and assessments of social determinants of health and other common data elements as described in the PhenX Toolkit.Collaborations that propose cost-effective and scalable approaches, with attention to stakeholder engagement, and strengthening of the regional research capacity for neurological care are encouraged.Research areas of interest include, but are not limited to, interventions for:.Projects that build upon previously funded NINDS activities in the Chronic, Noncommunicable Diseases and Disorders Research Training NCD-Lifespan , Human Heredity and Health in Africa H3Africa , and the Global Brain Disorders program are also encouraged.NINDS may decline funding of any application that includes human subjects for programmatic or administrative reasons.Applicants interested in clinical trials for neurological disorders within the NINDS mission, may also refer to NINDS clinical trial-specific funding announcements.These examples can also be tailored to align with country-based World Bank-funded health sector development that aligns with national policies.All examples are assumed to use validated implementation research frameworks and primary population-level implementation research outcomes.Applications that do not explicitly address the terms of this PAR e.Potential applicants are encouraged to discuss responsiveness with the IC Scientific Contact.See Section VIII.Other Information for award authorities and regulations.Grant: A support mechanism providing money, property, or both to an eligible entity to carry out an approved project or activity.Only those application types listed here are allowed for this FOA.Optional: Accepting applications that either propose or do not propose clinical trial s.Need help determining whether you are doing a clinical trial? To what extent has the research design innovatively appropriately accounted for ethical and context considerations that might arise? If Early Stage Investigators or those in the early stages of independent careers, do they have appropriate experience and training? Thread starter EmtTravis Start date Jul 30, Min Credits: 3.We can help you take the first step Apply Request Info Visit.


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