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Söderhamn

(södərhä`mən), city (1990 pop. 13,260), Gävleborg co., E Sweden, a seaport on the Gulf of Bothnia; chartered 1620. It is a commercial and industrial center with sawmills and ironworks. Iron ore, forest products, and fish are exported.
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Dios Fastigheter AB (STO:DIOS) announced on Monday the sale of four commercial properties in Soderhamn, with a total area of 10 000 square metres.
Soderhamn O, Lindencrona C & Gustavsson SM, 2001, Attitudes toward older people among nursing students and registered nurses in Sweden.
USNR / Soderhamn Eriksson manages five huge manufacturing facilities in the United States, Canada, and Sweden, apart from nearly a dozen regional engineering, service, and sales offices in North America and across Europe.
Dale, Saevareid, Kirkevold, and Soderhamn (2010) found a relationship between reduced social participation and an increase in the amount of nursing care required in the home.
This finding is relevant because impaired nerve conduction in MS can be compromised further when the patient's core temperature rises with increased ambient temperature or hot water to cause heat intolerance (known as Uhthoffs phenomenon) (Flensner, Ek, Soderhamn, & Landtblom, 2011).
It includes amazing deals such as 50% off on all soft toys including the UPPTRADA bowling set and the FANTASIVARLD glove puppet, 15% off on all SODERHAMN Seating, DROMMAR Baking Products and BESTA Storage for IKEA Family Members.
Of the various versions, the 28-item GHQ has been used most widely in working populations, allowing for more valid comparisons (Dale, Ssvareid, & Soderhamn, 2009).
Professor Olle Soderhamn passed away on Christmas Eve Des.
65 was found in a study of 59 Swedish adults with memory impairment (Holm & Soderhamn, 2003), whereas the inter-observer reliability of the MNA ranged from 0.
Flensner G, Ek A and Soderhamn O (2003): Lived experience of MS-related fatigue--a phenomenological interview study.
Two studies found senior students had more positive attitudes as compared to first year students (Hweidi & Al-Obeisat, 2006; Soderhamn et al.
Some studies have reported that nursing students have positive attitudes towards older patients (Lambrinou et al 2009; Wang et al 2009; Burbank et al 2006; Hweidi and Al-Obeisat 2006; McKinlay and Cowan 2003) however, other studies (Aud et al 2006; Happell 2002; Soderhamn et al 2001) have shown that nursing students have negative attitudes towards older patients.