Skip to search form Skip to main content. The extent to which poor academic achievement is strongly related to delinquency among Southeast Asian Americans SEAA remains unclear; reasons are methodological limitations and aggregated findings for Asian Americans, which mask evidence that SEAA have a higher prevalence of criminality and poor academic performance than other Asian American groups. View on PubMed. Save to Library. Create Alert. Share This Paper. Figures, Tables, and Topics from this paper.
ODISSeA – Organ Donation Innovative Strategies for Southeast Asia
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The main objective is to design and implement an academic postgraduate program on organ donation in 8 universities from Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines and Thailand SeA countries in accordance with the European Space for Higher Education guidelines. The origin of the project comes from the need for a specialized training program that builds adequate knowledge, skills and attitude in organ donation to improve the number of well-trained specialists that will efficiently coordinate the process of organ donation in the SeA countries. The postgraduate academic program to be developed and implemented will provide a common framework where Universities from 3 European countries and 8 Universities from SeA countries to develop a student-centered lifelong learning strategy corresponding to highly specialized knowledge in organ donation, with specific problem-solving skills and the responsibility of managing and transforming organ donation through strategic approaches. Upon successful completion, an accomplishment diploma validated and accredited by SeA universities will be issued hours or 30 ECTS.
Add to Cart. In recent years microfinance has come to be seen as a key weapon in the battle against global poverty, generating more enthusiasm and optimism than any other development strategy. Southeast Asia has a special place in the history of microfinance. Historically, Southeast Asian societies and economies were perceived as almost uniquely debt-ridden and credit-constrained.