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AIDS in Botswana: Evaluating the general equilibrium implications of healthcare interventions
baseline AIDS only AIDS with Health Expenditure AIDS with STD Treatment AIDS with fewer new partners AIDS with STD Treatment & fewer partners Source: Simulation results.... The changes
Knowledge Brokering: The missing link in the evidence to action chain?
The following section will explore these functions in more detail using illustrations from the research and „grey‟ literature on knowledge brokering and knowledge transfer, Knowledge
The suitability of care pathways for integrating processes and information systems in healthcare
Keywords: Care pathway, process modelling, healthcare, clinical information systems, National Health Service, Connecting for Health.. Paper type: Research
Beyond handover: Supporting awareness for continuous coverage
5.3 Awareness as effortful While the awareness information needed is limited in scope, our study points to the effort required by junior doctors on the day shift to both monitor the
The ConStratO model of handover: a tool to support technology design and evaluation
For example, if the nursing shift handover takes place at the bedside because it is important for staff to have access to the patient observations when handing over but the nurses are
Variations and Commonalities in Processes of Collaboration: The Need for Multi-Site Workplace Studies
4.4 Setting 4: Paediatric acute retrieval service When a team from the paediatric acute retrieval service temporarily takes over care of a child in order to transfer them to a PICU,
Diagnosis at the microscope: A workplace study of histopathology
One histopathologist that we observed routinely takes photographs down her microscope of important features and then uses these to report from, but she was also able to use these
Supporting Learning Within the Workplace : Device Training in Healthcare
The following subsections outline how infusion devices are used and managed within a clinical context; how people are trained to use the devices; potential problem areas and the issues
Exploring the feasibility of Conjoint Analysis as a tool for prioritizing innovations for implementation
The value of using Conjoint Analysis in this way is the ability to adjust attribute values to assess the potential impact upon prioritization – essentially, being able to ask, ‘What if
Evaluating methods for engaging children in healthcare technology design
Figure 3 Measures used to perform the process analysis in the method comparison The five key characteristics outlined in the framework for the assessment of a method are outlined in
Digital drugs: An anatomy of new medicines
The digitalization of medicines is reflected in a number of overlapping areas of contemporary research and development including electronic prescribing, stratified medicine,
Using interpersonal affect regulation in simulated healthcare consultations: an experimental investigation of self-control resource depletion.
Although hypothesized interaction effects between strategy use and feedback were confirmed only for emotional exhaustion, our results supply original evidence concerning the impact of
MIRO: A Versatile Biomimetic Edutainment Robot
Hagita, "Footing in human-robot conversations: how robots might shape participant roles using gaze cues," in Proceedings of the 4th ACM/IEEE international conference on Human robot
Strategies for conducting situated studies of technology use in hospitals
In this paper, we focus on lessons learnt by non-clinical researchers studying technology use in hospitals: gaining access; developing good relations with clinicians and patients; being
The message and the messenger : identifying and communicating a high performance “HRM philosophy”
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Choice of hospital : which type of quality matters?
Hospital-specific average risk-adjusted changes in patient health status have been produced and disseminated online to support the Department of Health’s ambition that they would be
The acceptability of healthcare: from satisfaction to trust
Robinson2 Dental Public Health, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, UK; 2Oral and Dental Sciences, University of Bristol, Bristol, UK 1 Abstract: The assessment of healthcare quality
Women leadership barriers in healthcare, academia and business
2003 Combine strong leadership and high involvement Rosen, Callaly 2005 Direction setting Coordinate tasks Mickan, Rodger 2000 Manage Processes Maister 1993 Ensure work is allocated