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Um sistema de conferência centralizada com controle de posse da palavra para educação à distância. ; A floor-controlled centralized conference system for distance learning.

Smetana, George Marcel Monteiro Arcuri
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 10/02/2004 PT
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Este trabalho apresenta um sistema de conferência multiponto centralizada com controle de posse da palavra, que oferece comunicação por voz e por texto, desenvolvido para dar suporte a ferramentas de educação a distância baseadas em tecnologia web. Além do sistema de conferência multiponto, este trabalho introduz, também, conceitos de voz sobre IP (VoIP), codecs de áudio, tráfego de tempo real sobre redes IP, mecanismos de distribuição de pacotes em redes IP, conferências multimídia sobre redes IP, criação e controle de conferências e mecanismos para se controlar a transmissão de pacotes de voz em conferências multiponto, como detecção de atividade de voz (VAD) e controle de posse da palavra. O controle de posse da palavra ou moderação é uma metodologia para coordenar o acesso a recursos de mídia contínua, como os canais de áudio e vídeo em conferências, resolvendo eventuais conflitos e condições de corrida e garantindo o uso exclusivo dos mesmos por um participante da conferência. O controle de posse da palavra é apropriado para a dinâmica de uma sala de aula, onde na maioria das vezes, o professor exerce o papel de um moderador e de principal interlocutor. Além de regular o fluxo de informação na sala de aula virtual...

A interpretação de conferências no Brasil: história de sua prática profissional e a formação de intérpretes brasileiros; Conference interpreting in Brazil: a history of its professional practice and the training of Brazilian interpreters

Pagura, Reynaldo José
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 03/12/2010 PT
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Embora o ato de traduzir a interação oral entre duas ou mais pessoas seja algo infinitamente antigo, a interpretação de conferências, como profissão, remonta ao início do Século XX, com as Conferências de Paz realizadas em Paris, ao final da Primeira Guerra Mundial. A profissão se consolida com a criação da Liga das Nações e, posteriormente, da Organização das Nações Unidas e com o aumento do número de congressos e reuniões científicas internacionais, além da criação de diversos organismos internacionais após a Segunda Guerra Mundial. No Brasil, a interpretação desponta como profissão na segunda metade da década de 40 do século passado e vai-se consolidando aos poucos, ao longo das décadas seguintes. O presente trabalho tem como objetivo narrar e analisar criticamente a história da profissão no Brasil, a partir de depoimentos de seus diversos participantes, a saber intérpretes de conferência e formadores de intérpretes. O arsenal teórico que subsidia a coleta e análise das entrevistas parte de pressupostos da História Oral, sem, contudo, se limitar a tal abordagem teórica, inserindo-se na grade área de Estudos da Tradução, utilizando a visão do pesquisador insider proposta por Koskinen (2008). O ecletismo da metodologia abrange...

Better, and ‘healthier’ decision making through information technology: conference report from the Health 2.0 conference in San Francisco, September 2011

Camporesi, S
Fonte: Cancer Intelligence Publicador: Cancer Intelligence
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 24/11/2011 EN
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San Francisco served as the host city for the 5th Annual Health 2.0 conference on 25–27 September 2011, which gathered more than 1,500 people interested and actively involved in innovation in health care through information technology. The author attended this conference and in this paper is presenting key insights, concepts, and news from the cutting edge of Health 2.0: from new tools to redesign medical data; to synergistic interactions between web 2.0 tools and public health; to the use of the internet as a positive catalyst for behavioral change to improve health and lifestyle; to direct to consumer genetic testing that drive a new, community-driven approach to research and to electronic health records adoption and data liberation. The main thread linking all of these initiatives is a participatory approach to health that involves all relevant stakeholders: from patients and their families, to physicians and health professionals, to nurses and caregivers, to insurance and other health providers, working together toward the common aim of a better health care.

The net effect: spanning diseases, crossing borders—highlights from the fourth triennial APCA conference and annual HPCA conference for palliative care

Downing, J; Namisango, E; Kiyange, F; Luyirika, E; Gwyther, L; Enarson, S; Kampi, J; Sithole, Z; Kemigisha-Ssali, E; Masclee, M; Mukasa, I
Fonte: Cancer Intelligence Publicador: Cancer Intelligence
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 05/11/2013 EN
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The African Palliative Care Association (APCA) jointly hosted its triennial palliative care conference for Africa with the Hospice and Palliative Care Association of South Africa (HPCA) on 17–20 September 2013 in Johannesburg, South Africa. At the heart of the conference stood a common commitment to see patient care improved across the continent. The theme for the conference, ‘The Net Effect: Spanning Diseases, Crossing Borders’, reflected this joint vision and the drive to remember the ‘net effect’ of our work in palliative care—that is, the ultimate impact of the care that we provide for our patients and their families across the disease and age spectrum and across the borders of African countries. The conference, held in Johannesburg, brought together 471 delegates from 34 countries. The key themes and messages from the conference are encapsulated in ten ‘C’s of commitment to political will and support at the highest levels of governance; engaging national, regional, and international bodies; collaboration; diversity; palliative care for children; planning for human resources and capacity building; palliative care integration at all levels; developing an evidence base for palliative care in Africa; using new technologies; and improved quality of care. Participants found the conference to be a forum that challenged their understanding of the topics presented...

Highlights from the 2013 National Cancer Research Institute Conference

Lewis, Ian
Fonte: Cancer Intelligence Publicador: Cancer Intelligence
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 14/01/2014 EN
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Cancer research is a multifaceted endeavour that incorporates not only a myriad of techniques and specialties but also encompasses a huge range of disease types. The National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) is a UK partnership comprising 21 charity and government funders of cancer research along with the Association of British Pharmaceutical Industry. Each year, the NCRI hosts the largest cancer meeting in the UK; bringing together members of the UK cancer research community, research leaders from around the world, health professionals, service users, research funders, and industry to discuss the latest findings in cancer research from a wide range of disciplines. The 2013 NCRI Conference attracted over 1700 delegates and 150 speakers from 15 different countries. The conference programme covered a large range of topic areas including prevention, screening, model systems, the provision of information, survivorship, and end-of-life care. This conference report gives an overview of the plenary sessions at the conference as well as highlights from the parallel sessions.

Strategic Priorities for Increasing Physical Activity Among Adults Age 50 and Older: The National Blueprint Consensus Conference Summary Report

Sheppard, Lisa; Senior, Jane; Park, Chae Hee; Mockenhaupt, Robin; Bazzarre, Terry; Chodzko-Zajko, Wojtek
Fonte: Asist Group Publicador: Asist Group
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 01/12/2003 EN
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On May 1, 2001, a coalition of national organizations released a major planning document designed to develop a national strategy for the promotion of physically active lifestyles among the mid-life and older adult population. The National Blueprint: Increasing Physical Activity Among Adults Age 50 and Older was developed with input from 46 organizations with expertise in health, medicine, social and behavioral sciences, epidemiology, gerontology/geriatrics, clinical science, public policy, marketing, medical systems, community organization, and environmental issues. The Blueprint notes that, despite a wealth of evidence about the benefits of physical activity for mid-life and older persons, there has been little success in convincing age 50+ Americans to adopt physically active lifestyles. The Blueprint identifies barriers in the areas of research, home and community programs, medical systems, public policy and advocacy, and marketing and communications. In addition to identifying barriers, the Blueprint proposes a number of concrete strategies that could be employed in order to overcome the barriers to physical activity in society at large. This report summarizes the outcome of the National Blueprint Consensus Conference that was held in October 2002. In this conference...

Transforming children’s palliative care—from ideas to action: highlights from the first ICPCN conference on children’s palliative care

Downing, J; Marston, J; Muckaden, MA; Boucher, S; Cardoz, M; Nkosi, B; Steel, B; Talawadekar, P; Tilve, P
Fonte: Cancer Intelligence Publicador: Cancer Intelligence
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 31/03/2014 EN
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The International Children’s Palliative Care Network (ICPCN) held its first international conference on children’s palliative care, in conjunction with Tata Memorial Centre, in Mumbai, India, from 10–12 February 2014. The theme of the conference, Transforming children’s palliative care—from ideas to action, reflected the vision of the ICPCN to live in a world where every child who needs it, can access palliative care, regardless of where they live. Key to this is action, to develop service provision and advocate for children’s palliative care. Three pre-conference workshops were held on 9 February, aimed at doctors, nurses, social workers, and volunteers, and focused around the principles of children’s palliative care, and in particular pain and symptom management. The conference brought together 235 participants representing 38 countries. Key themes identified throughout the conference included: the need for advocacy and leadership; for education and research, with great strides having been taken in the development of an evidence base for children’s palliative care, along with the provision of education; the importance of communication and attention to spirituality in children, and issues around clinical care, in particular for neonates. Delegates were continually challenged to transform children’s palliative care in their parts of the world and the conference culminated in the signing of the ICPCN Mumbai Declaration. The Declaration calls upon governments around the world to improve access to quality children’s palliative care services and made a call on the Belgian government not to pass a bill allowing children to be euthanised in that country. The conference highlighted many of the ongoing developments in children’s palliative care around the world...

Report from the Melanoma Independent Board First Melanoma MIB Conference, 21–22 October 2013

Testori, A; Ascierto, P; Chiarion Sileni, V; De Lorenzo, F; Pelicci, PG; Rossi, CR
Fonte: Cancer Intelligence Publicador: Cancer Intelligence
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The Melanoma Independent Board (MIB) held its first conference from 21 to 22 October, 2013, in Rome, Italy. Like the MIB itself, the conference brought together specialists from all aspects of cancer care: doctors, patient associations, journalists, and representatives from local government, hospitals, and pharma to encourage an interdisciplinary discussion on the future of melanoma. It was hoped that the conference would be an opportunity for all participants to see and understand each other’s points of view. In memoriam of melanoma pioneer Natalie Cascinelli, the conference focussed on innovation and sustainability as well as the latest drug developments.

A scoping review about conference objectives and evaluative practices: how do we get more out of them?

Neves, Justin; Lavis, John Norman; Ranson, M Kent
Fonte: BioMed Central Publicador: BioMed Central
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Large multi-day conferences have often been criticized as ineffective ways to improve social outcomes and to influence policy or practice. Unfortunately, many conference evaluations have also been inadequate in determining the impact of a conference on its associated social sector, with little evidence gathered or analyzed to substantiate or refute these criticisms. The aim of this scoping review is to investigate and report stakeholders’ objectives for planning or participating in large multi-day conferences and how these objectives are being evaluated. We conducted a scoping review supplemented by a small number of key informant interviews. Eight bibliographic databases were systematically searched to identify papers describing conference objectives and/or evaluations. We developed a conference evaluation framework based on theoretical models and empirical findings, which structured the descriptive synthesis of the data. We identified 3,073 potential papers for review, of which 44 were included in this study. Our evaluation framework connects five key elements in planning a conference and its evaluation (number in brackets refers to number of themes identified): conference objectives (8), purpose of evaluation (7), evaluation methods (5)...

Diálogo e democracia por meio da internet: um estudo de caso da conferência virtual da 1ª consocial; Dialogue and democracy through the internet: a case study of virtual conference of 1st consocial

Rosa, Elisa Costa Ferreira
Fonte: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Comunicação (FIC); Faculdade de Informação e Comunicação - FIC (RG) Publicador: Universidade Federal de Goiás; Brasil; UFG; Programa de Pós-graduação em Comunicação (FIC); Faculdade de Informação e Comunicação - FIC (RG)
Tipo: Dissertação Formato: application/pdf
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This work includes theoretical and empirical research about the Brazilian citizen conversation with the State through the internet. The empirical object had to be cut to make the search feasible. Therefore, was analyzed the 10 most voted proposals of the Virtual Conference of the 1st CONSOCIAL - National Conference on Transparency and Social Control. The 1st CONSOCIAL was a public lecture organized by the Comptroller General of the Union, with the purpose of discussing public policy. Within the various stages, the Virtual Conference took place in the online environment, where participants were able to suggest ideas and decide on the proposals to be brought forward to the National Conference. To understand the context of the empirical object, some concepts were discussed along the theoretical research. Public communication, internet and deliberative democracy are essential elements chatting throughout the research in order to understand how this new way of communicating permeates the daily life of Brazilian civil society connected to the internet. Deliberative democracy, proposes a democratic model based on dialogue, communicative action, where the best argument should prevail. This conversation between state and society...

Quality in conference publishing

Laplante, Phil; Rockne, John; Montuschi, Paolo; Baldwin, Thomas; Hinchey, Mike; Shafer, Linda; Voas, Jeffrey; Wang, Wenping
Fonte: IEEE Computer Society Publicador: IEEE Computer Society
Tipo: Article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed; none; none
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peer-reviewed; The rapid growth in the number of conferences and papers appearing in conference proceedings publications has increased the need to examine the issue of conference paper quality. Since conference content is included in permanent repositories, such as IEEE’s Xplore, the existence of low-quality papers in a conference will degrade the value and reputation of the conference and the repository. The aim of this contribution is to consider these issues from the point of view of the Conference Publications Operations Committee of the IEEE Computer Society, and offer ideas that could lead to improved conference publishing quality for all IEEE societies and even non-IEEE entities.

Conférence des états signataires du protocole de signature du statut de la Cour Permanente de justice internationale; Conference of States Signatories of the Protocol of Signature of the Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice

Pilotti, M ( Massimo ), 1879-; League of Nations; Conference of States Signatories of the Protocol of Signature of the Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice, (1926
Fonte: Universidade da Flórida Publicador: Universidade da Flórida
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: 1 online resource (4, 4 pages) : ;
Publicado em // ENGLISH; FRENCH
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(Language) Paged in duplicate: English and French on opposite pages.; At head of title: Genève, le 4 octobre 1926.; "Presented to the conference on September 23rd, 1926."; (Statement of Responsibility) de M. Pilotti, rapporteur, présenté à la Conférence le 23 septembre 1926 = Conference of States Signatories of the Protocol of Signature of the Statute of the Permanent Court of International Justice : report / by M. Pilotti.

Appendix V: Conference Evaluation

Schmidt, Nancy J.
Fonte: Indiana University Libraries Publicador: Indiana University Libraries
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Appendix V-A includes the conference evaluation questionnaire which was administered to participants on the last day of the conference. Appendix V-B is a detailed summary of responses garnered from the conference evaluation, including an evaluation of conference objectives, conference activities, and arrangements and facilities. Also included is a list of suggestions for further research and activities.

A quantitative evaluation of the relative status of journal and conference publications in computer science.

Coyle, Lorcan; Freyne, Jill; Smyth, Barry; Cunningham, Padraig
Fonte: Association for Computing Machinery Publicador: Association for Computing Machinery
Tipo: Article; all_ul_research; ul_published_reviewed; none; none
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peer-reviewed; While it is universally held by computer scientists that conference publications have a higher status in computer science than in other disciplines there is little quantitative evidence in support of this position. The importance of journal publications in academic promotion makes this a big issue since a focus on journal papers only will miss many signi cant papers published at conferences in computer science. In this paper we set out to quantify the relative importance of journal and conference papers in computer science. We show that computer science papers in leading conferences match the impact of papers in mid-ranking journals and surpass the impact of papers in journals in the bottom half of the ISI rankings { when impact is measured by citations in Google Scholar. We also show that there is a poor correlation between this measure of impact and conference acceptance rates. This indicates that conference publication is an ine cient market where venues that are equally challenging in terms of rejection rates o er quite di erent returns in terms of citation.

Évaluation d’une expérience de conférence citoyenne : analyse éthique

Durand, Céline
Fonte: Université de Montréal Publicador: Université de Montréal
Tipo: Thèse ou Mémoire numérique / Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
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Un intérêt grandissant pour le rôle du citoyen dans la prise de décision concernant la vie publique se développe depuis les dernières années. Le développement et la mise en oeuvre de divers mécanismes de participation citoyenne, comme les conférences citoyennes, témoignent de cet intérêt. Nombre de ces expériences ont fait l'objet d'une évaluation, mais essentiellement au niveau de l'efficacité ou du succès de l'exercice. Peut-on les évaluer sur le plan de l’éthique? Quels sont les défis éthiques posés par les mécanismes de participation citoyenne? Ce mémoire évalue une expérience de conférence citoyenne portant sur les avancées de la biologie humaine à l’ère de la génomique mise sur pied par le Groupe de recherche en bioéthique (GREB) de l’Université de Montréal en 2005. À l’aide du concept de l’éthique de la discussion, telle que proposée par quatre auteurs québécois, une analyse qualitative est effectuée sur six documents rédigés dans le cadre de la conférence. Deux catégories de résultats sont discutées. D’abord, les divers éléments relatifs à la conférence citoyenne qui ont soulevé notre attention. Ensuite, les préoccupations des participants en lien avec la science...

Proceedings of the African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) Scientific Conference 17-22 November 2013 Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: plenaries and oral presentations

Gitta, Sheba Nakacubo; Mwesiga, Allan; Kamadjeu, Raoul
Fonte: The African Field Epidemiology Network Publicador: The African Field Epidemiology Network
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Biennially, trainees and graduates of Field Epidemiology and Laboratory Training Programs (FELTPs) are presented with a platform to share investigations and projects undertaken during their two-year training in Applied Epidemiology. The African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) Scientific Conference, is a perfect opportunity for public health professionals from various sectors and organizations to come together to discuss issues that impact on public health in Africa. This year's conference was organized by the Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute in collaboration with the Ethiopia Ministry of Health, Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA), Ethiopia Field Epidemiology Training Program (EFETP), Addis Ababa University (AAU), Training Programs in Epidemiology and Public Health Interventions Network (TEPHINET) and AFENET. Participants at this year's conference numbered 400 from over 20 countries including; Angola, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, Ghana, Indonesia, Kenya, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Rwanda, South Africa, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Yemen and Zimbabwe. The topics covered in the 144 oral presentations included: global health security, emergency response...

Novel Insights in the Regulation of the Immune System: A Report on the FASEB Summer Research Conference on Autoimmunity (June 14-19, 2003, Saxton's River, Vermont, USA)

Gronski, Matthew A.
Fonte: SBDR - Society for Biomedical Diabetes Research Publicador: SBDR - Society for Biomedical Diabetes Research
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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The bi-annual FASEB autoimmunity conference organized last year by Betty Diamond and Stephen Miller brought together some 150 delegates studying various aspects of autoimmune diseases such as lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and autoimmune diabetes. The conference provided numerous insights into the latest research on autoimmunity and answered many basic research type questions that are important for understanding the complex nature of these diseases. Because some time has elapsed since the conference, data from a number of talks has already been published [1-11]. Thus, I will present an overview of some of the most interesting and at the same time, still unpublished data on T cells presented at the conference. The balance between tolerance and immunity is controlled through a variety of mechanisms such as the presence or absence of co-stimulation or negative regulation of a T cell response. CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells were also a focus of interest. Talks that I will discuss focused on the role of molecules such as GITR, Foxp3 and B7 for the development and function of regulatory T cells and the importance of these molecules in the prevention of autoimmunity. As well, a novel form of CTLA-4 and the use of 4-1BB co-stimulation blockade for the control of autoimmunity will be discussed.

Current practice of epidemiology in Africa: highlights of the 3rd conference of the African epidemiological association and 1st conference of the Cameroon society of epidemiology, Yaoundé, Cameroon, 2014

Nkwescheu, Armand Seraphin; Fokam, Joseph; Tchendjou, Patrice; Nji, Akindeh; Ngouakam, Hermann; Andre, Bita Fouda; Joelle, Sobngwi; Uzochukwu, Benjamin; Akinroye, Kingsley; Mbacham, Wilfred; Colizzi, Vittorio; Leke, Rose; Victora, Cesar
Fonte: The African Field Epidemiology Network Publicador: The African Field Epidemiology Network
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 07/08/2015 EN
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As the study of disease occurrence and health indicators in human populations, Epidemiology is a dynamic field that evolves with time and geographical context. In order to update African health workers on current epidemiological practices and to draw awareness of early career epidemiologists on concepts and opportunities in the field, the 3rd African Epidemiology Association and the 1st Cameroon Society of Epidemiology Conference was organized in June 2-6, 2014 at the Yaoundé Mont Febe Hotel, in Cameroon. Under the theme«Practice of Epidemiology in Africa: Stakes, Challenges and Perspectives», the conference attracted close to five hundred guest and participants from all continents. The two main programs were the pre-conference course for capacity building of African Early Career epidemiologists, and the conference itself, providing a forum for scientific exchanges on recent epidemiological concepts, encouraging the use of epidemiological methods in studying large disease burden and neglected tropical diseases; and highlighting existing opportunities.

A Party in the Conference Room: Partisan Politics and the Modern Conference Committee

Brady, Michael Chapman
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
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Despite the crucial role that conference committees can play in the legislative process, relatively little is understood about the forces that influence conference outcomes and the priorities of conferees. In particular, the literature on conferences rarely considers the importance of parties, while prominent theories of party government in Congress do not engage the role of conferences in the legislative process. Given the unique features of the conference reports (i.e., they are subject only up-or-down votes, they are generally protected from further amendments, they enjoy a high probability of passage, and they provide a means to make controversial changes/additions to legislation with minimal scrutiny) conferences can be a useful means for majority conferees to further the legislative goals of their party. To the extent that one of the goals of a legislative majority is to pass legislation that better reflects the interests of its members, then partisan politics should play an active role at the conference stage and in the decisions of conferees. This dissertation serves to connect the conference and party government literatures by considering the claim that majority parties in Congress can and do use the conference process to pursue a partisan legislative agenda.

This broad claim is considered in three separate chapters that test hypotheses about the role of party politics in different aspects of the conference process. Chapter two tests the hypothesis that more partisan conference delegations are associated with changes in policy that are more consistent with the majority party's preferences. Since the Speaker of the House has sole discretion over the composition of the House's delegation it is possible that strategic selection of conferees could advantage the preferences of the majority in the House. Using original data that includes information on every conference committee from 1981-2008 the empirical analysis shows that changes in House minority support in roll call vote before and after conference are smaller for conferences where the percentage of the House majority delegation is larger. Increases in minority shifts of support within both chambers is also predicted by increased support for the report by minority conferees and more bipartisan support in the opposing chamber. Though the analysis cannot directly test whether strategic selection by the House Speaker is effective...

3ª Conferência Municipal de Saúde de Várzea Paulista: a participação da sociedade no processo de priorização e compromisso político; 3rd Varzea Paulista's Municipal Conference of Health: the participation of society in prioritizing proposals and political commitment

Tofani, Luís Fernando Nogueira; Carpintéro, Maria do Carmo Cabral
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Saúde Pública Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Saúde Pública
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
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O artigo apresenta o relato de experiência da 3ª Conferência Municipal de Saúde de Várzea Paulista, ocorrida em 2008, cuja organização teve como objetivos envolver a sociedade na análise da situação de saúde do município, de forma a priorizar necessidades em saúde e transformar o relatório final em uma carta de compromisso político. Foram realizadas Plenárias Locais, Pré-Conferências Regionais e a Conferência Municipal, com fluxo ascendente de propostas e delegados, nas quais o tema "Garantindo o Direito à Saúde" foi debatido através de cinco eixos temáticos correspondentes aos blocos do Pacto pela Saúde. Inovou-se com a atividade de priorização, através da limitação do número de propostas de cada região a serem encaminhadas para a Conferência Municipal. O Relatório Final foi encaminhado aos candidatos a prefeito, solicitando-se o compromisso com as deliberações. A realização da Conferência de forma ascendente, com etapas locais e regionais, garantiu a participação da comunidade, a representatividade dos delegados eleitos e das propostas aprovadas. A "priorização coletiva" qualificou o debate garantindo a pactuação com a sociedade de um projeto viável. O debate acerca da governabilidade ampliou-se para a intersetorialidade...