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    NachhaltigTC Teisnach Sensorik

    Patent

    Günther Ruhl, G. Lippert, H.-J. Schulze, T. Zimmer

    Method of manufacturing a semiconductor device having graphene material

    2019

    DigitalDEG-DLM2Zentrum für Akademische Weiterbildung

    Buch (Monographie)

    Christian Ebner

    Bericht Begleitforschung Hochschulzertifikat „Data Analytics“

    2019

    Angewandte Wirtschaftswissenschaften

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Hanjo Allinger

    Ehegattensplitting sinnvoll reformieren

    Wirtschaftsdienst - Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik, no. 7, pp. 494-496

    2019

    GesundEuropan Campus Rottal-Inn

    Vortrag

    Georgi Chaltikyan

    Digital Health Revolution: Has the Future of Medicine Arrived Yet?

    Keynote

    7th IEEE International Conference on e-Health and Bioengineering (EHB): Smarter technology for a better health, Iași, Romania

    2019

    Extern

    Ralf Alefs

    Praktiker-Kommentar Umsatzsteuer

    2019

    ISBN: 978-3-95554-426-3

    GesundAngewandte Gesundheitswissenschaften

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Mareike Hechinger, A. Büscher

    Pflegerische Beziehung im ambulanten Pflegesetting

    QuPuG - Journal für Qualitative Forschung in Pflege- und Gesundheitswissenschaft, vol. 6, no. 2, pp. 82-91

    2019

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    Die Beziehungsgestaltung zwischen Pflegenden und pflegebedürftigen Menschen ist ein wichtiger Aspekt der ambulanten Pflege, der bislang kaum erforscht ist. In einer qualitativen Studie wurde die pflegerische Beziehungsgestaltung im deutschen, ambulanten Pflegesetting untersucht. Die Studie orientierte sich an den Prinzipien der Grounded-Theory nach Strauss und Corbin. Acht Interviews mit beruflich Pflegenden und 24 teilnehmende Beobachtungen wurden durchgeführt. Dem Ergebnis zufolge investieren Pflegende zu Beginn in den Beziehungsaufbau, um einen Zugang zum Gegenüber zu erhalten und förderliche sowie hinderliche Einflussfaktoren auf die Beziehung auszubalancieren. Die Ausrichtung der Beziehung auf dieser Ebene ist funktional in enger Anlehnung an pflegerische Tätigkeiten. Ausgehend von einem erfolgreichen Beziehungsaufbau auf der funktionalen Ebene können Pflegende optional die Beziehung auf einer menschlich-privaten Ebene gestalten. Diese ist geprägt von Reziprozität, dem Zeigen von Gefühlen und verstärktem Sich privat involvieren. Die Ergebnisse zeigen, dass es einer Sensibilisierung der Pflegepraxis für Beziehungsentwicklung bedarf. Es gilt, bereits in der Ausbildung Fähigkeiten zur Reflexion und Abgrenzung zu fördern, damit Pflegende Beziehungen bewusst gestalten lernen.

    GesundAngewandte Gesundheitswissenschaften

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Mareike Hechinger, H. Mayer, A. Fringer

    Kenneth Gergen’s concept of multi-being: an application to the nurse-patient relationship

    Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, vol. 22, no. Published: 15 April 2019, pp. 599-611

    2019

    DOI: 10.1007/s11019-019-09897-4

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    The nurse–patient relationship is of great significance for both nurses and patients. The purpose of this article is to gain an understanding of how the individual is constituted through a focus on the execution of the patient’s and nurse’s role in the joint relationship. The article represents a social-constructionist consideration using Kenneth Gergen’s concept of multi-being. Gergen’s notions of the self as a multi-being focuses on the individual’s relational character through former relationships and social interactions. Gergen’s concept is applied onto nurses and patients as individuals to gain an understanding of the broader institutional and social context of each role and their interactions within the nurse–patient relationship. The article focuses on the nurse–patient relationship in general with regard to specific challenges in the home care setting. Various demands and experiences from a myriad of past relationships merge as potential actions for nurses and patients during the forming of a relationship. Nurses as multi-beings see themselves confronted with guidelines and legal conditions, their own as well as the patients’ expectations and the actual possible forming of a relationship in the light of daily nursing care. Patients as multi-beings experience an extended social environment that comprises the nurse–patient relationship while simultaneously having to cope with illness and increasing care dependency within their own homes. Discrepancies can be observed in the relationship with regard to the inherent human qualities, the demands of forming a relationship, and the actual relationship arising due to framework conditions.

    DigitalTC Parsberg/Lupburg

    Vortrag

    Anton Schmailzl, Korbinian Schröcker, Ludwig Gansauge, Andrey Prihodovsky

    Potenziale von hybriden Fertigungsprozessketten

    1. TRIOKON 2019 – Die ostbayerische Transferkonferenz für Wirtschaft, Wissenschaft und Gesellschaft, Regensburg

    2019

    DigitalNachhaltigExtern

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Johannes Käsbauer, Anton Schmailzl, U. Weber, S. Hierl, T. Jaus, M. Schwalme

    Simulationsgestütze Evaluierung von Strahloszillationsmustern beim quasi-simultanen Laser-Durchstrahlschweißen.

    Joining Plastics - Fügen von Kunststoffen, no. 2, pp. 102-109

    2019

    NachhaltigAngewandte Naturwissenschaften und WirtschaftsingenieurwesenIPH Teisnach

    Patent

    Christian J. Trum, Sebastian Sitzberger

    Akkubetriebene Ultraschall-Handbohrmaschine sowie Verfahren zum Betreiben einer solchen Ultraschall-Handbohrmaschine

    2019

    NachhaltigAngewandte Naturwissenschaften und WirtschaftsingenieurwesenIPH Teisnach

    Patent

    Sebastian Sitzberger, Christian J. Trum, Michael Benisch

    Ultraschall-Handbohrmaschine und Verfahren zum Betreiben einer Ultraschall-Handbohrmaschine

    2019

    GesundEuropan Campus Rottal-Inn

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    I. Meyhöfer, Anna-Maria Kasparbauer, M. Steffens, U. Ettinger

    Effects of nicotine on smooth pursuit eye movements in healthy non-smokers

    Psychopharmacology, vol. 236, pp. 2259-2271

    2019

    DOI: 10.1007/s00213-019-05223-1

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    Rationale The non-selective nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR) agonist nicotine has been argued to improve attention via enhanced filtering of irrelevant stimuli. Here, we tested this hypothesis in the context of smooth pursuit eye movements (SPEMs), an oculomotor function previously shown to improve with nicotine in some but not all studies. Objectives In order to test whether nicotine improves performance particularly when the inhibition of distracting stimuli is required, SPEM was elicited in conditions with or without peripheral distractors. Additionally, different target frequencies were employed in order to parametrically vary general processing demands on the SPEM system. Methods Healthy adult non-smokers (N = 18 females, N = 13 males) completed a horizontal sinusoidal SPEM task at different target frequencies (0.2 Hz, 0.4 Hz, 0.6 Hz) in the presence or absence of peripheral distractors in a double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over design using a 2 mg nicotine gum. Results Nicotine increased peak pursuit gain relative to placebo (p < .001), but an interaction with distractor condition (p = .001) indicated that this effect was most pronounced in the presence of distractors. Catch-up saccade frequency was reduced by nicotine (p = .01), particularly at higher target frequencies (two-way interaction, p = .04). However, a three-way interaction (p = .006) indicated that the reduction with nicotine was strongest at the highest target frequency (0.6 Hz) only without distractors, whereas in the presence of distractors, it was strongest at 0.4-Hz target frequency. There were no effects of nicotine on subjective state measures. Conclusions Together, these findings support a role of both distractor inhibition and general processing load in the effects of nicotine on smooth pursuit.

    GesundEuropan Campus Rottal-Inn

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Anna-Maria Kasparbauer, N. Petrovsky, P.-M. Schmidt, P. Trautner, B. Weber, B. Sträter, U. Ettinger

    Effects of Nicotine and Atomoxetine on Brain Function During Response Inhibition

    European Neuropsychopharmacology, vol. 29, no. 2 (February), pp. 235-246

    2019

    DOI: 10.1016/j.euroneuro.2018.12.004

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    The nicotinic acetylcholine receptor (nAChR) agonist nicotine and the noradrenaline transporter inhibitor atomoxetine are widely studied substances due to their propensity to alleviate cognitive deficits in psychiatric and neurological patients and their beneficial effects on some aspects of cognitive functions in healthy individuals. However, despite growing evidence of acetylcholine-noradrenaline interactions, there are only very few direct comparisons of the two substances. Here, we investigated the effects of nicotine and atomoxetine on response inhibition in the stop-signal task and we characterised the neural correlates of these effects using blood oxygen level dependent (BOLD) functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) at 3T. Nicotine (7 mg dermal patch) and atomoxetine (60 mg per os) were applied to N = 26 young, healthy adults in a double-blind, placebo-controlled, cross-over, within-subjects design. BOLD images were collected during a stop-signal task that controlled for infrequency of stop trials. There were no drug effects on behavioural performance or subjective state measures. However, there was a pronounced upregulation of activation in bilateral prefrontal and left parietal cortex following nicotine during successful compared to unsuccessful stop trials. The effect of nicotine on BOLD during failed stop trials was correlated across individuals with a measure of trait impulsivity. Atomoxetine, however, had no discernible effects on BOLD. We conclude that nicotine effects on brain function during inhibitory control are most pronounced in individuals with higher levels of impulsivity. This finding is compatible with previous evidence of nicotine effects on stop-signal task performance in highly impulsive individuals and implicates the nAChR in the neural basis of impulsivity.

    DigitalAngewandte WirtschaftswissenschaftenTC Grafenau

    Vortrag

    Frank Edenharter

    Geographie in der Praxis und der Digitalisierung

    Podiumsdiskussion im Rahmen der Institutsfeier des Geographischen Instituts der Universität Bayreuth, Bayreuth

    2019

    DigitalAngewandte WirtschaftswissenschaftenTC Grafenau

    Vortrag

    Frank Edenharter

    Digitales Dorf Bayern – Digitalisierung in der Regionalentwicklung mit den Bürgern für die Bürger

    5. Martini-Tagung Smarte Standorte, Friedberg

    2019

    Angewandte InformatikInstitut ProtectIT

    Vortrag

    A. Hawbani, Y. Zhang, Amar Almaini, A. Yassin, L. Zhao, R. Cao

    2020 Master's Programs in Suzhou

    2019

    DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.2.28640.43522

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    How to get a free scholarship at the most prestigious Chinese universities. This program is available for students with an undergraduate degree, and it often takes one to two years to complete.

    DigitalAngewandte Informatik

    Vortrag

    Monica I. Ciolacu

    Education 4.0: Learning Analytics in der Lehre mit Künstliche Intelligenz und Sensoren

    60-minütiger Workshop (Focus Group I: KI in der Bildung - Learning Analytics)

    Leadership & Innovation Talk 2019: Do you trust this Robot? - Künstliche Intelligenz fordert uns heraus, München

    2019

    NachhaltigEuropan Campus Rottal-Inn

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Robert Feicht, Jennifer Huber, Anna Marquardt

    Education for Sustainable Development – approaches by the InnoLab for Sustainability at the European Campus Rottal-Inn

    Bavarian Journal of Applied Sciences (Spotlights section), vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 486-493

    2019

    DOI: 10.25929/bjas.v5i1.69

    NachhaltigElektrotechnik und Medientechnik

    Zeitschriftenartikel

    Jens Schanze

    Nachhaltigkeitsthemen in der studentischen TV-Sendung "doschauher.tv" der TH Deggendorf

    Bavarian Journal of Applied Sciences (Rubrik Schlaglichter), vol. 5, no. 1, pp. 482-485

    2019

    DOI: 10.25929/bjas.v5i1.72