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Heart Transplant Footage Shows How Far Medical Science Has Come

Heart Transplant Footage Shows How Far Medical Science Has Come | Organ Donation & Transplant Matters Resources | Scoop.it

This report is about how heart transplantation has progressed over the last 45 years and contains video footage of a Heart Transplant procedure. 

Since the first transplant at one programme in the United States,

Stanford University Hospital in 1968, doctors and scientists have refined the operation to an astounding degree. The video can also be viewed by clicking on the following link-

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QGtLYtOwtxA

 

Deborah Verran's insight:

An example of quality video footage of a transplant procedure which has been posted online. Not for the squeamish however.

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What I Learned in My Knowledge Management Class

What I Learned in My Knowledge Management Class | Organ Donation & Transplant Matters Resources | Scoop.it

Via Pierre Levy, Catherine Pascal, juandoming
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This graphic depicts how knowledge may flow within any organization. Active management of the various processes falls within the realms of knowledge management.

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Deyanira Sequeira's curator insight, December 6, 2013 2:31 PM

coincidiendo con varios sobre cómo se construye el conocimiento

Mlik Sahib's curator insight, December 9, 2013 8:19 PM

"On-line, nearly everything we do influences the structure of the network (through stigmergy). This calls for responsibility with regard to our role in shaping mankind’s collective memory. As we become simultaneously readers, authors, critics, editors, curators, librarians… we must come to integrate the notion of citizenship of the knowledge society. In ethical terms, this entails that we help others orient themselves in the collective memory."