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The Happy Misfits / Los inadaptados felices
(Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, 2023-12-18) Marcel Demeulenaere; Simonetta Demeulenaere; José Ramón Alcalá Mellado; Klaus Urbons; Beatriz Escribano Belmar; Robert Hirsch
This autobiographical novel on the life of the brilliant Belgian inventor Marcel Demeulenare and his wife Simonetta narrates the fabled story, set between the end of the 13th century and the beginning of the 14th, of the couple during their years in Spain, turned into happy misfits who travel as jugglers and animal tamers giving entertainment shows in cities throughout the peninsula. Through their delicious dialogues, the reader will be able to learn about and delve into the advanced philosophy of this great woman of the 20th century and the great ideas of the great Flemish engineer, inventor of important technical systems. The real life that Simonetta and Marcel led during their unexpected stay in the Spanish city of Cuenca throughout the 1970s was the inspiration for this novel. The original manuscript, unpublished until the publication of this edition, was donated by Simonetta as a sign of recognition and gratitude to the International Museum of Electrography -today MIDECIANT- of Cuenca, whose officials had invited her to its inauguration in 1990. This edition rescues the original manuscript, incorporates its translation into Spanish and includes the rest of the original documents donated by Simonetta. To which has been added the textual and visual documentation of some of the original documents related to the fascinating life and important inventions by Marcel Demeulenaere. This publication offers not only the pleasure of reading a wonderful novel, full of life lessons and inspiration, but also becomes an invaluable document for future investigations and can shed a light on the history of the technical evolution of the 20th century that has collaborated in the creation of the current digital society. Esta novela autobiográfica de la vida del genial inventor belga Marcel Demeulenare y su esposa Simonetta, ambientada entre finales del siglo XIII y comienzos del XIV, narra la historia fabulada de la pareja durante sus años en España, convertidos en los felices inadaptados que viajan como juglares y domadores de animales, dando espectáculos de entretenimiento por las ciudades de toda la península. A través de sus deliciosos diálogos, el lector podrá conocer y adentrarse en la avanzada filosofía de esta gran mujer del siglo XX y de las geniales ideas del gran ingeniero Flamenco, inventor de importantes sistemas técnicos. La vida real que llevaron Simonetta y Marcel durante su inesperada estancia en la ciudad española de Cuenca durante toda la década de los años 70 fue la inspiración de esta novela, cuyo manuscrito original, inédito hasta la publicación de esta edición, fue donado por la propia Simonetta como muestra de reconocimiento y agradecimiento al Museo Internacional de Electrografía -hoy MIDECIANT- de Cuenca, cuyo responsables la habían invitado a su inauguración, en 1990. Esta edición rescata el manuscrito original, incorpora su traducción al español e incluye el resto de los documentos originales donados por Simonetta. A los que se suma la documentación textual y visual de algunos documentos originales relacionados con la fascinante vida y los importantes inventos de Marcel Demeulenaere. Esta publicación no solo ofrece el placer de la lectura de una maravillosa novela, llena de lecciones de vida e inspiración, sino que además se convierte en un documento de incalculable valor para que futuras investigaciones puedan arrojar luz sobre la historia de la evolución técnica del siglo XX que ha colaborado en la creación de la sociedad digital actual.
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Nurse´s perceptions of ethical conflicts when caring for patients with COVID-19.
(MDPI, 2023) Caro Alonso, Pedro ángel; Chimpén López, Carlos; Casado Naranjo, Ignacio; López Espuela, Fidel; Rodríguez Martín, Beatriz; Rodríguez Almagro, Julián Javier; Romero Blanco, Cristina; Hernández Martínez, Antonio
The COVID19 pandemic has caused ethical challenges and dilemmas in care decisions colliding with nurses ethical values. This study sought to understand the perceptions and ethical conflicts faced by nurses working on the frontline during the first and second waves of the COVID19 pandemic and the main coping strategies.
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Nurse´s perceptions regarding their professional commitment and developent during the COVID-19 pandemic.
(MDPI, 2023) Caro Alonso, Pedro ángel; Chimpén López, Carlos; Casado Naranjo, Ignacio; Bermejo Cantarero, Alberto; López Espuela, Fidel; Rodríguez Martín, Beatriz; Rodríguez Almagro, Julián Javier; Romero Blanco, Cristina
Introduction: During the pandemic, nurses have undergone a high level of professional burnout, suffering emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and lack of personal realization.
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Gender-Differentiated Analysis of the Correlation between Active Commuting to School vs. Active Commuting to Extracurricular Physical Activity Practice during Adolescence
(MDPI, 2021) Castro Lemus, Nuria; Romero Blanco, Cristina; García Coll, María Virginia; Aznar Laín, Susana
Active commuting to school in children and adolescents can help achieve compliance with the World Health Organization (WHO) recommendations for physical activity.
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Longitudinal study of the flash glucose monitoring system in type 1 diabetics: An mHealth ally in times of COVID-19
(Wiley, 2022) Cervantes Torres, Laura; Romero Blanco, Cristina
Aims and objectives. The aim of this study was to assess the effect of the FreeStyle Libre device implantation in adult type 1 diabetics in a Health Area of Castilla La Mancha (Spain) during the COVID19 pandemic.