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Course code: MediT059
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Faculty of Medicine
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710.51406080100
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Study course provides knowledge of hemodialysis as one of the three types of renal replacement therapy, and gives knowledge about the different types of vascular access providing hemodialysis, their care. Critical thinking in patient care to make changes in their quality of life - adapting to dialysis treatment, dietary requirements, maximaly avoiding possible complications. To provide understanding of the latest technology and the new generation of drugs use, tending patients to live with the highest possible quality of life.
Course code: Valo1910
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LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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The aim of the course is to provide students with some basic knowledge of Hindi. Students will develop reading and writing skills in devanagari. The basics of Hindi phonetics, knowledge of alphabets and grammar required for those skills will be emphasized. The course will also focus on listening, speaking, reading and writing throughout the semester. The course will also give some knowledge of India’s geographical and political maps.
Course code: Valo2733
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LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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The aim of the course is to develop students’ ability to speak basic Hindi fluently and write simple texts; to facilitate further development of their conversational Hindi and listening skills and the acquisition of more complicated structures and compound sentences.
Course code: Valo3425
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LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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This course is for students who have acquired the Hindi language I and Hindi Language II courses . In this semester, students’ knowledge in the Hindi language will be developed in terms of strengthening their reading, writing, speaking and listening skills. Past tense and future tense grammar will be taught and more complicated grammatical structures will be introduced; at least 300 new words will be learned. To enhance students’ listening skills, the Indian Epic MAHABHARAT will be studied by watching visual CD for 15 minutes in every alternate class of the week.
Course code: Valo4246
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LU Centre of Indian Studies and Culture
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46646496
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This course comes after "Hindi III". The students will develop their Hindi language knowledge by: 1. acquiring the Future Tense; 2. consolidating reading, writing, speaking and listening skills; 3. getting acquainted with more complicated grammatical structures; 4. adding at least 400 words to the their active vocabulary.
Course code: Vēst3291
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233224848
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The course deals with the main problems of European diplomacy between the WW I and WW II and with the problems in historiography. Course covers the failed attempts to create security on continent by means of the tradicional diplomacy - alliances (France's Eastern Alliances) and by a new diplomacy of the League of Nations, collectice security and plans of desarmament. Great attention is devoted to the Foreigh Policy and Diplomacy of Gerrmany, France and Great Briatain, as welll as to the great diplomats of the era: G. Streseman, A. Briand. E. Herriot, Ostin and Nevil Chamberlains. The Foreigh policy of Russian (SSSR) and Poland receives its due, too.
Course code: TeolP018
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Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art
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233224848
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The course of the Church History aims to introduce students into the principal events of Christianity from the origins of the church in Jerusalem till our days, by providing insight into the spiritual heritage left by the Ecumenical Councils of the first millennium, by the Fathers of the Church, the forming of the liturgical and disciplinary traditions, the Gregorian and Observant movement, the theory of conciliarism, the Christian Humanists of Renaissance, the champions of the protestant and catholic Reformation movements, the Christian thinkers of the Age of Enlightenment and confessional Restoration, the prophets of social justice and promoters of liturgical renewal and ecumenical movement. The main fonts of the local and universal Church and basic works of Christian thinkers will be treated systematically in order to provide students with a facility to find points of reference in the questions of the History of the Church.
Course code: MediT099
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Student Services of the University of Latvia
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24231-24
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The aim of the course is to provide students with a comprehensive picture of Ayurveda as a complete medical system within the context of appropriate place and time. Pre-clinical theory section provides insight into the basic principles of Ayurveda, its history and philosophy. The course reveals the importance of understanding Sanskrit and Vedic thinking in Ayurvedic practice.
Course code: KomZT003
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Faculty of Social Sciences
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34.548408
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Objective of course – to equip students with theoretical knowledge and practical skills on strategic planning of hybrid library and digital resources. The course gives an overview about new trends in library science and library work. Different definitions of hybrid, digital, electronic or virtual library are discussed. A new strategy towards an integrated library will be presented. The tools needed on the way to a hybrid, digital and integrated library are described and discussed, i.e. aspects like project management, change and strategic management. The second part of the course starts with the discussion of basic techniques for the digitization of library materials and for electronic archiving and leads to the presentation of all relevant electronic media and electronic services. Electronic journals and monographs are presented as well as new electronic services and the changing role of library catalogues in a hybrid library.
Course code: PedaT082
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Faculty of Education, Psychology and Art
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2332221048
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The program acquaints with the possibilities of promoting positive behavior in the family and educational institution. It increases the competence of participants as parents for acting in the team of the educational institution, local community and on the national level. It forms the understanding about the cooperation between the family and educational institution and its importance in the child’s social and emotional development. The program acquaints learners with the normative documents that help and support parents and their functioning as social partners in the educational system. It develops the learners’ skills to make cooperation as a manageable process among the educational institution, family, state and municipality. It forms the understanding about the importance of the cultural environment in promoting motivation in the educational institution and local community. The key aim of the program is to improve the competence of the family/parents in supporting the children’s acquisition of education, in promoting positive behavior in the family and cooperation on the level of the educational institution, municipality and state.
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