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Citizen deliberations on science and technology and their social environments: case study on the Japanese consensus conference on GM crops

An outreach geriatric medication advisory service in residential aged care: a randomised controlled trial of case conferencing

Foča, Prosecutor v Krnojelac (Milorad), Order for testimony via video-conference link, Case No IT-97-25-T, ICL 21 (ICTY 2001), 15th January 2001, Trial Chamber II (ICTY)

Prosecutor v Bagosora (Théoneste) and ors, Decision on testimony by video conference, Case No ICTR-98-41-T, ICL 152 (ICTR 2004), 20th December 2004, Trial Chamber I (ICTR)

Krajina, Prosecutor v Brđanin (Radoslav), Order for testimony via video-conference link pursuant to Rule 71bis, Case No IT-99-36-T, ICL 201 (ICTY 2003), 9th September 2003, Trial Chamber II (ICTY)

Kosovo, Croatia and Bosnia, Prosecutor v Milošević (Slobodan), Order on prosecution motion for the testimony of Nojko Marinović via video-conference link, Case no IT-02-54-T, ICL 342 (ICTY 2003), 19th February 2003, Trial Chamber III (ICTY)

Nahimana (Ferdinand) and ors v Prosecutor, Decision on Hassan Ngeze’s request for a status conference, Case no. ICTR-99-52-A, ICL 844 (ICTR 2005), 13th December 2005, Appeals Chamber (ICTR)

Prosecutor v Bagosora (Théoneste) and ors, Decision on Ntabakuze motion to allow witness DK 52 to give testimony by video conference, Case No ICTR-98-41-T, ICL 154 (ICTR 2005), 22nd February 2005, Trial Chamber I (ICTR)

Single-organ cutaneous small-vessel vasculitis according to the 2012 revised International Chapel Hill Consensus Conference Nomenclature of Vasculitides: a study of 60 patients from a series of 766 cutaneous vasculitis cases

Situation in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Lubanga Dyilo (Thomas), Decision on the consequences of non-disclosure of exculpatory materials covered by Article 54(3)(e) agreements and the application to stay the prosecution of the accused, together with certain other issues raised at the Status Conference on 10 June 2008, Case no ICC-01/04-01/06, ICL 614 (ICC 2008), 13th June 2008, ICC Trial Chamber I

Situation in Democratic Republic of the Congo, Prosecutor (on the application of Victims) v Lubanga Dyilo (Thomas), Judgment on the appeal of the Prosecutor against the decision of Trial Chamber I entitled “Decision on the consequences of non-disclosure of exculpatory materials covered by Article 54(3)(e) agreements and the application to stay the prosecution of the accused, together with certain other issues raised at the Status Conference on 10 June 2008”, Case No ICC-01/04-01/06 OA 13, ICL 776 (ICC 2008), 21st October 2008, ICC Appeals Chamber

 

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In public health practice this usually means a meeting of members of several professional experts in relevant specialties and disciplines that is convened to deal with a specific and sometimes complex public health problem, such as provision of housing for families who have lost their home in a fire or identifying the optimum way to support a family of destitute children whose parents lack the resources to care for them.

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