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Kate Khair and Steve Chaplin

2012;52:394-407. 3. Kidd L, Lawrence M, Booth J et al. Development and evaluation of a nurse-led, tailored stroke self-management intervention. BMC Health Serv Res 2015;15:359. 4. Center for Health Market Innovations. Clinical Mentorship of Nurse Initiated Antiretroviral Therapy (NIMART), South Africa. (http://healthmarketinnovations.org/program/clinicalmentorship- nurse-initiated-antiretroviral-therapy-nimart) 5. McFarlane K, Dixon L, Wakeman CJ et al. The process and outcomes of a nurse-led colorectal cancer follow

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Mohammad Yanuar H, Risanuri Hidayat and Eka Firmansyah

R eferences [1] M. S. Shur and A. Zukauskas, Solid-State Lighting: Toward Superior Illumination , Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 93, pp. 1691-1703, 2005 [2] I. L. Azevedo, M. G. Morgan, and F. Morgan, The Transition to Solid-State Lighting , Proceedings of the IEEE, vol. 97, pp. 481-510, 2009. [3] W. R. Ryckaert, K. A. G. Smet, I. A. A. Roelandts, M. Van Gils, and P. Hanselaer, Linear LED Tubes Versus Fluorescent Lamps: An Evaluation , Energy and Buildings, vol. 49, pp. 429-436, 2012. [4] A. D. N. Ndokaj, A., LED Power Supply and EMC

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P. Tabaka and P. Rozga

-dependent changes of the photometrical and electrical parameters of LEDs”, Przegląd Elektrotechniczny , 84(8), pp.114–117 (2008). [4] I. Fryc, “LEDs spectral power distribution under different condition of operating temperature and driving current”, Przegląd Elektrotechniczny , 86(10), 187–189 (2010). [5] K. Domke and C.A. Brebbia, “Light in Engineering, Architecture and the Environment”, WITpress, Southampton, Boston (2011). [6] K.R. Shailesh, C.P. Kurian, and S.G. Kini, “LED lighting reliability from a failure perspective”, Proceedings of ICETEEEM 2012

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Olegs Tetervenoks and Irena Milashevski

References [1] Suzdalenko, A.; Galkin, I., "Investigation of power supply methods for intelligent LED luminary," Power Electronics and Motion Control Conference (EPE/PEMC), 2010 14th International , vol., no., pp.T6- 66,T6-69, 6-8 Sept. 2010 [2] Apse-Apsitis, P.; Avotins, A.; Ribickis, L., "Wirelessly controlled led lighting system," Energy Conference and Exhibition (ENERGYCON), 2012 IEEE International , vol., no., pp.952,956, 9-12 Sept. 2012 [3] Seoul Semiconductor, W724C0 - datasheet, 2008, available

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Renata Wojciechowska, Anna Kołton, Olga Długosz-Grochowska, Marek Żupnik and Wojciech Grzesiak

References Grzesiak W., Nowak S., Początek J., Skwarek A., Dubert F., Skoczowski A.M., Czyczyło-Mysza I., Kurpaska S., 2009. Application of LEDs in plants irradiation systems - challenge for today and for tomorrow. Elektronika 10: 73 -79. Grzesiak W., Bieńkowski A., Żupn ik M., Wojciechowska R., Kołton A., Kurpaska S., 2011. Modern system based on the latest SSL LEDs for plant lighting. Elektronika 6: 137-139. Hall D.O., Rao K.K., 1999. Photosynthesis. Cambridge University Press: 210

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Pavol Hronec, Jaroslava Škriniarová, Anna Benčurová, Pavol Nemec, Dušan Pudiš and Jaroslav Kováč

References [1] PUDIŠ, D.-ˇ SUˇ SLIK, L’.-KUBICOV´A, I.-ˇ SKRINIAROV´A, J.-MARTINˇCEK, I. : Advanced Optical Methods for Patterning of Photonic Structures in Photoresist, III-V Semiconductors and PMMA, Proc. of SPIE 7746 (2010), 774616-1-6. [2] KUBICOVÁ, I.-PUDIˇ S, D.-ˇ SUˇ SLIK, L’.-ˇ SKRINIAROV´A, J.-SLABEYCIUSOV´A, S.-MARTINˇCEK, I. : Structures Patterning by Non-Contact NSOM Lithographyjour Proc. of SPIE. [3] HRONEC, P.-KOV´A ˇC , J.-ˇ SKRINIAROV´A, J. : Investigation of the LED with PhC Prepared by e

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Monika Bumbalová, Ivan Takáč, Jela Tvrdoňová and Martin Valach

.1111/1467-9523.00142. [8] European Commission (2006). Prístup LEADER - základný sprievodce. Luxemburg: Úrad pre vydávanie úradných publikácií Európskych spoločenstiev. [9] European Commission (2013). Rural development in the European Union - Statistical and Economic Information - Report 2013 [online], [cit. 2015-01-21]. Available online: http://ec.europa.eu/agriculture/statistics/rural-development/2013/full-text_en.pdf. [10] European Commission (2015). Community- Led Local Development [online], [cit. 2015-11-23]. Available online: http

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Mohammed Aldossary, Elizabeth M. Roebuck and Ario Santini

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Introduction: Manufactures claim that recently introduced bulk fill materials (BFM) can be cured adequately in 4 mm increments. This requires adequate light energy to be transmitted through the material to ensure adequate polymerization at the bottom of the increment.

Aim: To compare the total light energy transmission through three BFMs and bottom/top (B/T) surface Vickers hardness (VH) when cured with single-peak versus dual-peak LED LCUs.

Methods and Materials: Samples (n=5) of two viscous BFMs, Tetric EvoCeram® Bulk Fill X-tra fil® [XF] flowable SureFil, were prepared. A conventional RBC, Tetric EvoCeram® was used as a control. Using MARC® RC, the irradiance delivered to top surface of samples was adjusted to 1200 mW/cm2. Samples were cured with singlepeak EliparTM S10 or dual-peakBluephase® G2 for 10 seconds and irradiance transmitted to the bottom surface measured. Samples were stored for 24 hours, prior to VH measurements B/T VH ratios were calculated. Statistically analysed used oneway ANOVA (α=0.05).

Results: There was no statistically significant difference for B/T total energy transmission between materials except XF with EliparTM S10 (P<0.001). Total energy transmission ranged from 0.7 J/cm2 to 1.5 J/cm2. There was no statistically significant difference for B/T VH ratios between materials (P>0.05) when materials were cured with single-peak versus dual-peak LCU’s, XF>SDR>TEC>TBF. TBF alone, did not reach the generally accepted B/T VH of 80%.

Conclusions: Both single-peak and dual-peak LCU’s were equally effective for curing the studied bulk fill materials. Manufacture’s recommended total energy delivered to the top surface may not always be sufficient for effective curing.

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Phu Tran Tin, Tran Hoang Quang Minh, Nguyen Huu Khanh Nhan, Hsiao-Yi Lee and Tran Thanh Trang

References [1] A nh N.D.Q., L ai M.F., M a H.Y., L ee H.Y., J. Chin. Inst. Eng. , 38 (2014), 297. [2] L ai M.F., A nh N.D.Q., M a H.Y., L ee H.Y., J. Chin. Inst. Eng. , 39 (2016), 468. [3] L iu S., L uo X., LED Packaging for Lighting Applications , Wiley, Beijing, 2011. [4] A nh N.D.Q., L ee H.Y., J. Chin. Inst. Eng. , 39 (2016), 871. [5] M inh T.H.Q., N han N.H.K., V o T.P., A nh N.D.Q., Adv. Electr. Electron. Eng. , 14 (2016), 340. [6] K wak J., L im J., P ark M., L ee S., C har K., L ee C., Nano

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Anna Laura Palazzo

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In the early 1990s, the notion of culture-led regeneration entered the urban agenda of several European cities confronted with drastic economic changes due to losses in their industrial base. This paper critically addresses a major case in the City of Rome, indeed less affected by these phenomena. In here, the densely populated working-class districts of Ostiense and Testaccio along the Tiber River just outside the City Centre have become part for some years now of a culture-led regeneration program conveying a brand new idea of “Knowledge City” deemed able to supplant the previous image of the “Factory City.”