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Ingrid Jeacle – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • accounting and the Annual General Meeting the case of the edinburgh university tea club 1920 45
    Accounting History, 2008
    Co-Authors: Ingrid Jeacle

    Abstract:

    This study investigates the historical role of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and, in particular, examines the role of the AGM as an accountability mechanism. Few studies have adopted the context of the AGM, or organizational Meetings Generally, as a site for studying accounting’s role. The specific setting for this study, a ladies tea club, is also novel as a locale for accounting research more Generally. In this regard, the article attempts to advance an appreciation of the role of accounting in everyday life. The investigation involves a review of the minutes of the AGM of the Edinburgh University Tea Club for a period of 25 years from the time of its establishment in 1920. Such a review reveals a rich social history of the club’s operations and provides a context for a more complete understanding of accounting’s role in organizational and social functioning.

  • Accounting and the Annual General Meeting: the case of the Edinburgh University Tea Club, 1920—45
    Accounting History, 2008
    Co-Authors: Ingrid Jeacle

    Abstract:

    This study investigates the historical role of the Annual General Meeting (AGM) and, in particular, examines the role of the AGM as an accountability mechanism. Few studies have adopted the context of the AGM, or organizational Meetings Generally, as a site for studying accounting’s role. The specific setting for this study, a ladies tea club, is also novel as a locale for accounting research more Generally. In this regard, the article attempts to advance an appreciation of the role of accounting in everyday life. The investigation involves a review of the minutes of the AGM of the Edinburgh University Tea Club for a period of 25 years from the time of its establishment in 1920. Such a review reveals a rich social history of the club’s operations and provides a context for a more complete understanding of accounting’s role in organizational and social functioning.

Long Viet Nguyen – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • Scientific overview: CSCI-CITAC Annual General Meeting and young investigator’s forum 2010.
    Clinical and investigative medicine. Medecine clinique et experimentale, 2011
    Co-Authors: Mike Berger, Dominick Bosse, M Sara Kuruvilla, Pencilla Lang, Jean-christophe Murray, Long Viet Nguyen

    Abstract:

    In 2010, the Annual General Meeting of the Clinical Investigator Trainee Association of Canada – Association des cliniciens-chercheurs en formation du Canada (CITAC-ACCFC) and the Canadian Society for Clinician Investigators (CSCI) was held between September 20 and 22 in Ottawa. Several globally-renowned scientists, including this year’s CSCI/Royal College Henry Friesen Award recipient, Dr. Paul Kubes, Distinguished Scientist Award recipient, Dr. Gideon Koren and Joe Doupe Young Investigator Award recipient, Dr. Torsten Neil, discussed a variety of topics relating to the role of technology in medicine. The Meeting was well attended by clinician scientists and trainees from across Canada and offered trainees mentorship and networking opportunities in addition to showcasing their research at the young investigator forum. The aim of this scientific overview is to highlight the research presented by trainees at both the oral plenary session as well as the poster presentation sessions of this Meeting. Similar to last year’s Meeting [1], research questions being investigated by trainees covered the spectrum of medical disciplines, encompassing both basic science as well as clinical areas, and are summarized below.

  • Scientific overview: CSCI-CITAC Annual General Meeting and young investigator’s forum 2010
    Clinical & Investigative Medicine, 2011
    Co-Authors: Mike Berger, Dominick Bosse, M Sara Kuruvilla, Pencilla Lang, Jean-christophe Murray, Long Viet Nguyen

    Abstract:

    In 2010, the Annual General Meeting of the Clinical Investigator Trainee Association of Canada – Association des cliniciens-chercheurs en formation du Canada (CITAC-ACCFC) and the Canadian Society for Clinician Investigators (CSCI) was held between September 20 and 22 in Ottawa. Several globally-renowned scientists, including this year’s CSCI/Royal College Henry Friesen Award recipient, Dr. Paul Kubes, Distinguished Scientist Award recipient, Dr. Gideon Koren and Joe Doupe Young Investigator Award recipient, Dr. Torsten Neil, discussed a variety of topics relating to the role of technology in medicine.

    The Meeting was well attended by clinician scientists and trainees from across Canada and offered trainees mentorship and networking opportunities in addition to showcasing their research at the young investigator forum. The aim of this scientific overview is to highlight the research presented by trainees at both the oral plenary session as well as the poster presentation sessions of this Meeting. Similar to last year’s Meeting [1], research questions being investigated by trainees covered the spectrum of medical disciplines, encompassing both basic science as well as clinical areas, and are summarized below.

    [1] Ong Tone, S., Dugani, S., Marshall, H., Shamji, M.F., Murray, J-C., and Bossé, D. 2010 Scientific overview of the CSCI-CITAC 2009 conference. Clin Invest Med 33: E69-72, E73-67

  • Scientific overview: CSCI-CITAC Annual General Meeting and young investigator’s forum 2010
    Clinical and Investigative Medicine, 2011
    Co-Authors: Mike Berger, Dominick Bosse, M Sara Kuruvilla, Pencilla Lang, Jean-christophe Murray, Long Viet Nguyen

    Abstract:

    The 2013 joint Canadian Society of Clinician Investigators (CSCI)–Clinical Investigator Trainee Association of Canada/Association des cliniciens-chercheurs en formation du Canada (CITAC/ACCFC) Annual General Meeting(AGM) was held in Ottawa, September 2013. The symposium focused on “Applications of the ‘omics’ to Clinical Practice”, with presentations from Drs. William T. Gibson (University of British Columbia), Julie Ho (University of Manitoba) and David Hwang (University of Toronto), discussing topics of genome, proteome and the microbiome, respectively.

    Other highlights from the 2013 AGM include presentations by Dr. Salim Yusuf (McMaster University, 2013 CSCI-RCPSC Henry Friesen Award winner), Dr. Gary Lewis (University of Toronto, 2013 CSCI Distinguished Scientist Award winner) and Dr. Michael Taylor (University of Toronto, 2013 Joe Doupe Award winner). The CSCI/CITAC/Friends of CIHR Joint Symposium consisted of presentations from Drs. John Bell (University of Ottawa), Dan Drucker (University of Toronto) and Heather J. Dean (University of Manitoba). Finally, the Meeting ended with the presentation “The Power of an Idea to Bring Ideas to Power” by Dr. Harvey V. Fineberg (President, U.S. Institute of Medicine), the winner of the 2013 Henry Friesen International Prize.

    Also presented at the conference was research by clinician investigator (CI) trainees from across Canada; ie., those enrolled in MD/MSc, MD/PhD or Clinician Investigator Program(CIP) programs. Canadian trainees’ research extended beyond the pillar of biomedical research, covering the spectrum between basic and clinical research, with a focus on the causes of significant morbidity and mortality for Canadians, including cancers, infectious diseases and other maladies. It is this research that we have summarized in this review.

Jan Du Toit – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • South African Association of Community Pharmacists – 66th Annual General Meeting and 1st National Symposium
    , 2020
    Co-Authors: Jan Du Toit

    Abstract:

    The 66 th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and 1st National Symposium for community pharmacists of the South African Association of Community Pharmacists (SAACP) took place at the Birchwood Hotel and Conference Centre in Boksburg, Gauteng on 13 and 14 May 2016. More information, including the presentations by various speakers at the symposium and photos taken of the gala dinner event, is available at www.saacpsymposium.co.za.

  • South African Association of Community Pharmacists 66th Annual General Meeting and 1st National Symposium : pharmaceutical practitioner
    SA Pharmaceutical Journal, 2020
    Co-Authors: Jan Du Toit

    Abstract:

    The 66th Annual General Meeting (AGM) and 1st National Symposium for community pharmacists of the South African Association of Community Pharmacists (SAACP) took place at the Birchwood Hotel and Conference Centre in Boksburg, Gauteng on 13 and 14 May 2016. More information, including the presentations by various speakers at the symposium and photos taken of the gala dinner event, is available at www.saacpsymposium.co.za. Traditionally, as with most AGMs, this AGM was a very business orientated event. It was therefore decided to schedule the AGM to coincide with the 1st National Symposium for Community Pharmacists in South Africa and thereby provide additional motivation for members to attend the AGM.

  • saacp 68th Annual General Meeting and 3rd national symposium for community pharmacists 24 25 march 2018
    South African Pharmaceutical Journal, 2018
    Co-Authors: Jan Du Toit

    Abstract:

    The new Presidential Committee
    The following office bearers were elected for the ensuing year, namely:
    President: Tshif Rabali
    Vice-President: Morne Adamson
    Honorary Treasurer: Joe Ravele
    Past President: Christine Venter