To identify information on funding mechanisms and trends from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Institute of Medicine (IOM) staff queried the Computer Retrieval of Information on Scientific Projects (CRISP) database. This database collects information on the number of federally funded biomedical research projects. Data from the CRISP database were used to assess the number of fellowships (F grants), career grants (K grants), research grants (., R01 grants), project grants (P grants), training (T grants), cooperative agreements (U grants), and Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer awards funded by the NIH. To discern the number of NIH grants directed toward sleep-related research, IOM staff used appropriate keywords (which appeared in a 9,000-word thesaurus) for various sleep disorders, including: insomnia , periodic limb movement disorder , restless legs syndrome , circadian rhythm , sudden infant death syndrome , sleep disorder , narcolepsy , sleep apnea , sleep , hibernation , and dream . To limit the number of grants that were not relevant to somnology or sleep disorders the committee included only grants in which the keywords appeared in the thesaurus terms and not the abstract. Additional information on general funding trends at NIH was located in published documents and was provided by NIH staff.
The main element is an exact analogue of ARIA's role="main" , and is designed to show screenreaders and assistive technologies exactly where main content begins, so it can be a target for a "skip links" keyboard command, for example. It could also be used for content syndication (Instapaper-ish things); mobile browsers could zoom in on main when encountering non-responsive websites. It should therefore be used once per page. If you use something like <div id="main"> (or similar, such as <div id="content"> ), simply replace that with <main role="main"> .
Every great company needs an expert in human resources management. This is why so many graduate schools offer successful programs in this topic. In order to graduate with an advanced degree in human resources management, students usually need to complete a lengthy dissertation on the related subject. The topic that you choose for your human resources management dissertation will depend on the school and the country in which you are studying. Before you commit to a topic, you should look for a topic that will support your chosen professional avenue of human resources management. This is a list of potentially winning topics for students preparing to write a human resources management dissertation: