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A Multidisciplinary Survey on Service

Nikolaos Loutas, Konstantinos Tarabanis, Vassilios Peristeras
2012 International Journal of Service Science Management Engineering and Technology  
The authors study service from different perspectives, both business-related and technical ones, e.g., marketing, operations management, and computer science.  ...  A total of 47 definitions of service are finally reviewed.  ...  We provide service in the form of labor, e.g., consultancy, cooking or house-keeping, either on a mandatory or on a voluntary basis.  ... 
doi:10.4018/jssmet.2012100102 fatcat:v2ey73wczje27chmnrgumcxfxq

Benefits, barriers and opinions on multidisciplinary team meetings: a survey in Swedish cancer care

Linn Rosell, Nathalie Alexandersson, Oskar Hagberg, Mef Nilbert
2018 BMC Health Services Research  
As a basis for work to optimize the MDTMs, we investigated participants' views on the meeting function, including perceived benefits and barriers.  ...  Methods: In a cross-sectional study design, 244 health professionals from south Sweden rated MDTM meeting structure and function, benefits from these meetings and barriers to reach a treatment recommendation  ...  Availability of data and materials The datasets used and/or analysed during the current study are available from the corresponding author on request.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12913-018-2990-4 pmid:29622020 pmcid:PMC5887214 fatcat:f4kfph64efdyhlsztaoti7pjyi

THE IMPACT OF STRENGTHENING COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ON COMMUNITY UTILIZATION OF MALARIA CONTROL INTERVENTIONS IN MIGORI AND KWALE COUNTIES (A BASELINE SURVEY STUDY)

Athuman Nyae Chiguzo, Helen Lydiah Kutima, Evan Murimi Mathenge, Charles Mwaniki Mbogo
2021 International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Scope  
A mixed method cross-sectional baseline household survey was carried out in Migori and Kwale counties which constituted the intervention and control study sites respectively.  ...  Nets in use the night before survey by pregnant women in Migori was 38.6% compared to Kwale that was 28.5%.  ...  There were a number of basic routine services available at the community level.  ... 
doi:10.47857/irjms.2021.v02i03.059 fatcat:niroegcoezc5hnocmblzuwcuzy

A SURVEY ON HIGHLY ACCURATE PREDICTION ALGORITHM FOR UNKNOWN WEB SERVICES WITH FUZZY CLUSTERING

Mohini Shevatkar, Das
Multidisciplinary Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology   unpublished
The quality of web services is additionally supposed as a multi-dimensional object, and every dimension is one feature of the web services non-functional properties.  ...  This approach is used in web services ranking by a score function and multi-dimensional QoS properties are mapped into a single dimensional value.  ...  ACKNOWLEGEMENT We would like to thank MJRET for giving such a wonderful platform for the PG students to publish their research work.  ... 
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RESEARCH HUB-International Multidisciplinary Research Journal (RHIMRJ) A survey study on Consumer's Preferences & Satisfaction towards telecom service providers in Mehsana District of Gujarat

Dhaval Patel
2015 unpublished
To get an edge over the competitors, any enterprise has to provide better products or services to their customers.  ...  In this era of customization business enterprise needs to understand the customer's needs and wants before producing product or service.  ...  Customer satisfaction level does have a positive impact on a firm's profitability.  ... 
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Availability and service provision of multidisciplinary diabetes foot units in Australia: a cross-sectional survey

Uyen Giao Vo, Molly Gilfillan, Emma Jane Hamilton, Laurens Manning, Bijit Munshi, Jonathan Hiew, Paul Edward Norman, Jens Carsten Ritter
2021 Journal of Foot and Ankle Research  
Through a national survey, this study aimed to investigate the current characteristics of services which treat patients with DFD in Australia.  ...  Conclusions The present study suggests that many tertiary centres in Australia provide their diabetic foot service in a multidisciplinary environment however their composition and function remain heterogeneous  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank all Vascular Surgeons who participated in the survey. Authors' contributions All authors designed, contributed to discussion and reviewed/edited the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13047-021-00471-x pmid:33827657 fatcat:b7rpy3ftg5amvgxb6zp5eolnxm

Spine and Pain Clinics Serving North Carolina Patients With Back and Neck Pain

Liana D. Castel, Janet K. Freburger, George M. Holmes, Rachael P. Scheinman, Anne M. Jackman, Timothy S. Carey
2009 Spine  
Practice managers at 46 clinics completed a 20-minute questionnaire about the characteristics of their clinic, including providers on staff and services offered.  ...  Our secondary objective was to assess the multidisciplinary nature of the clinics surveyed.  ...  No benefits in any form have been or will be received from a commercial party related directly or indirectly to the subject of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1097/brs.0b013e31817b8fa2 pmid:19282742 pmcid:PMC2757449 fatcat:zl4y6bvc7jha7k344gvoarxby4

Is it person centred multidisciplinary team care?

Shireen Martin
2021 International Journal of Integrated Care  
Is it person centred multidisciplinary team care?  ...  A purpose designed survey to identify existing high-quality models of multidisciplinary team care was developed and distributed broadly across the system.  ...  Highlights: NSW Health leads a state-wide Multidisciplinary Team Care Working Group.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.s4090 fatcat:qoc2tbdmozcidmpxdxyj7qxwhi

A standard liaison psychiatry service structure?

Rachel Ruddy, Allan House
2003 Psychiatric bulletin of the Royal College of Psychiatrists  
One indication of this is the lack of multidisciplinary teams.  ...  Clinical Implications There is a lack of rational planning of liaison psychiatry services and as a result, many services are not needs-based and do not comply with College recommendations.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank all staff from the liaison psychiatry services surveyed that responded to the questionnaire.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0955603600003639 fatcat:3azljlppbrfixhc3nlef2s43hm

Multidisciplinary diabetes team care: the experiences of young adults with Type 1 diabetes

Janice Wiley, Mary Westbrook, Janet Long, Jerry R. Greenfield, Richard O. Day, Jeffrey Braithwaite
2013 Health Expectations  
To expand on the results of the survey, we interviewed 33 respondents.  ...  Methods We designed a web-based self-reported survey, available online from February to May 2011, for Australian adults 18-35 years with Type 1 diabetes.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the young adults that were involved in the focus groups and or the survey for their contribution to this research.  ... 
doi:10.1111/hex.12170 pmid:24345040 pmcid:PMC5060813 fatcat:tfly4htg25cdlkyrhtudwf7wvm

Systematic Review of Multidisciplinary Chronic Pain Treatment Facilities

Samantha R. Fashler, Lynn K. Cooper, Eric D. Oosenbrug, Lindsay C. Burns, Shima Razavi, Lauren Goldberg, Joel Katz
2016 Pain Research and Management  
Future studies should consider using more comprehensive search strategies to survey facilities, improving clarity on what is considered to be a pain treatment facility, and reporting on a consistent set  ...  Inclusion criteria stipulated that studies be original research, survey more than one pain treatment facility directly, and describe a range of available treatments.  ...  Six authors provided a copy of the survey, one author responded to say they did not have a copy of the survey, five authors did not respond, and one survey was available in the appendix of the published  ... 
doi:10.1155/2016/5960987 pmid:27445618 pmcid:PMC4904600 fatcat:mpgwamwu7nbzdcarnl7wjxijky

Participation of Nigerian Pharmacists on Multidisciplinary Medical Teams

Pamela M Moye
2018 Global Journal of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences  
have an active role on multidisciplinary teams.  ...  On day 1 of the workshops, participants were given a 16-question survey regarding their current and past pharmacy practice experience as well as demographic questions.  ...  Despite this belief held by most, 40% of hospital pharmacists surveyed stated that they were not currently part of a multidisciplinary team.  ... 
doi:10.19080/gjpps.2018.04.555645 fatcat:fpylvgnrezg6nd3ywy4gikapre

Survey of European Pain Medicine Practice

Manish Gupta
2012 Pain Physician  
A more detailed, large scale survey is perhaps required to map the availability of chronic pain services and understand the health economics in pain medicine across Europe.  ...  There appears to be some consistency, both with regard to working in a multidisciplinary team, and the training required to become a pain specialist.  ...  Fig. 5 . 5 Shows if survey-takers work as a part of a multidisciplinary team. Fig. 6 . 6 Shows specialities represented in multidisciplinary teams.  ... 
doi:10.36076/ppj.2012/15/e983 fatcat:kebwt6et5bdmhh54xhuq2zn6bi

How is the organisational settings, content and availability of comprehensive multidisciplinary pulmonary rehabilitation for people with COPD in primary healthcare in Norway: a cross-sectional study

Bente Frisk, Ingrid Elise Sundør, Mette Ramstad Dønåsen, Olav Kåre Refvem, Christine Råheim Borge
2022 BMJ Open  
services (municipalities) had a multidisciplinary PR programme for patients with COPD.  ...  We also examined in what degree the single interventions which are a part of a PR programme were one of the municipalities services and if there were regional differences regarding PR.ResultsOf the 436  ...  METHODS Study design and settings A cross-sectional survey of the content, organisational settings and availability of comprehensive multidisciplinary PR in Norwegian primary healthcare services were  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2021-053503 pmid:35177448 pmcid:PMC8860025 fatcat:kcppt3tyo5d6nd4uw3opnxxzgi

Neuropsychology in Multidisciplinary Stroke Care: Clinical Feasibility of the NINDS-CSN Vascular Cognitive Impairment Harmonization Standards

Dong Y. Han, Amelia J. Anderson, Jana E. Jones, Bruce P. Hermann, Justin A. Sattin
2014 International Scholarly Research Notices  
Surveys revealed high provider satisfaction with improved clinic efficacy, improved data turnaround time, and with value neuropsychology services added to the comprehensive stroke program.  ...  The (modified) NINDS-CSN VCI assessment protocol demonstrated clinical feasibility, suggestive of an efficient method of providing focused neuropsychological services in a clinical setting that otherwise  ...  This represented a 38% survey response rate. Provider Satisfaction.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2014/216024 pmid:27351003 pmcid:PMC4897554 fatcat:ypnnop6u7bcy3lfdngokz3umzq
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