Filters








6,059 Hits in 7.4 sec

Assessing Challenges of Inventory Management Pratice (In Case of Dubo Primary Hospital)

2019 Industrial Engineering Letters  
Even through this method helps to improve management system it highly increase carrying cost of inventories .therefore it is better to the organization if it apply all item at a center store method over  ...  The finding of this study shows that organization used different items in distinct store method.  ...  At this in order to easily count and identification each type of inventories from a center store the organization on forced to use both codification and classification system.  ... 
doi:10.7176/iel/9-1-01 fatcat:gj3jj4g2g5eazbcrso6azfmqhe

Trends of adverse drug reactions related-hospitalizations in Spain (2001-2006)

Pilar Carrasco-Garrido, López Ana de Andrés, Valentín Hernández Barrera, Gil Ángel de Miguel, Rodrigo Jiménez-García
2010 BMC Health Services Research  
Adverse drug reactions (ADR) are a substantial cause of hospital admissions.  ...  The total cost of ADR-related hospitalization to the Spanish health system is high and has increased between 2001 and 2006.  ...  The authors are grateful to the Sudirección General del Instituto de Información Sanitaria (Ministry of Health and Social Policy) for providing the information on which this study is sustained.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1472-6963-10-287 pmid:20942906 pmcid:PMC2966456 fatcat:mw2cwbbnqvehdcnfb3bb64umui

Organic Reaction Schemes and General Reaction — Matrix Types, I Rearrangement Reactions

Jan C. J. Bart, Enea Garagnani
1976 Zeitschrift für Naturforschung. B, A journal of chemical sciences  
The bearings of the results on synthesis-planning are discussed.  ...  A sample consisting of about 120 organic rearrangement reactions has been quantified in terms general reaction matrices R̃ expressing electron-flow processes.  ...  In view of the object of our study, namely the derivation of a set of R-matrices for use in synthesis-planning and classification and codification of organic reactions (cfr.  ... 
doi:10.1515/znb-1976-1217 fatcat:mrryutd4ybgqdkcoleskvzxfsm

Page 1991 of International Pharmaceutical Abstracts Vol. 27, Issue 20 [page]

1990 International Pharmaceutical Abstracts  
in a highly organized format (Group 1; 17 students) and one in a less-organized format (Group 2; 19 students), to compare immediate recall of prescription information.  ...  PHARM. 47:1321-1327 (Jun) 1990 English A university hospital pharmacy’s computerized system for concurrent recording and reporting of adverse drug reactions (ADR) is described.  ... 

The Collection of European Penal Codes and the Study of Comparative Law

Marc Ancel
1958 University of Pennsylvania law review  
static system of legalistic reaction.  ...  offender . . . or it is the law itself that claims to provide the necessary criterion of the classification as our law of 1885 on recidivists, (2) Economic regulation, and concern with neutralization of  ... 
doi:10.2307/3310471 fatcat:7nl73a6olvdx7jfq44wlxlwuke

Knowledge Process Support: A Business Process Study of a Knowledge Management System

Ronald D. Freeze, Jose Antonio Robles-Flores
2005 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
Although it seems intuitive that Knowledge Management Systems (KMS) should have a positive impact on the management of knowledge, research has not focused on establishing empirical evidence of this relationship  ...  Knowledge processes (generation, codification, and transfer) are embedded in business processes.  ...  We focus our research on the knowledge assets of Expertise and Data, particularly on the specific knowledge processes of codification of data and transfer of expertise.  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/FreezeR05 fatcat:nwhecibxknhrlpgjrqji2dlet4

Globalizing Pathologies: Mental HealthAssemblageand Spreading Diagnoses of Eating Disorders

Kristin Edquist
2008 International Political Sociology  
institutions, and practices that frame interventions of a governmental or "improving" kind in a discourse that presumes a particular type of problem and entails a particular set of solutions.  ...  The likely effects of these assemblages include the limitation of political agency to elites who can manage the medical, political, and economic dynamics of shifting diagnostic criteria, and the reduction  ...  but which nevertheless needed a classification based on the ICD in order to assess their progress in health care and in the control of disease" (World Health Organization, 2005a:7).  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1749-5687.2008.00057.x fatcat:c5gkhsr4hnethkt3tpmrebhxe4

Neutrality - A Survivor?

M. Gavouneli
2012 European journal of international law  
In the collective security system created by the UN Charter and its prohibition of the use of force, the traditional rules of neutrality do not find scope of application.  ...  Yet, transposed into fundamental principles of humanitarian law, they continue to rule over peace-keeping and humanitarian operations.  ...  regular system of justice; where the interdependence of their interests could only be conceived as an academic question; and where, finally, the community composed of such States was devoid of all organization  ... 
doi:10.1093/ejil/chr107 fatcat:5gkezptpzvg5poasdpl2lmfl5e

Theoretical Aspects of Multimedia
English

Edwald M. Jarz
1998 DESIDOC Bulletin of Information Technology  
The second point of view is concerned with the knowledge acquisition through multimedia systems and the educational and psychological aspects are considered.  ...  The first comes from a science theory where the definition of the term and of the environment associated with it is defined.  ...  Therefore the second point of view is concerned with the knowledge acquisition through multimedia systems.  ... 
doi:10.14429/dbit.18.6.3416 fatcat:xszge5sh55gvrjs7aa2p7fcsse

Toward understanding the complexity of the COVID-19 crisis: a grounded theory approach

Constantin Bratianu
2020 Management şi Marketing  
It is a new approach based on a data set constituted from published papers, reports delivered by official organizations or research institutes, working papers, and public information in media.  ...  The findings show that COVID-19 induced economic crisis is a complex phenomenon that is influenced directly and indirectly by the health system crisis, governmental policies, and behavior of people.  ...  Codification introduces through labels some semantic categories, and thus it represents a categorization or classification process.  ... 
doi:10.2478/mmcks-2020-0024 fatcat:b3okacd4mvd5pa2ranczh4orby

Informing as a Discipline: An Initial Proposal

the late Zbigniew J. Gackowski
2010 Informing Science  
This paper presents a structured view of informing as a separate field of scientific inquiry and practical endeavors and possibly an emerging academic discipline.  ...  It entails basic distinctions, fundamental concepts, and a universal taxonomy and ordering of information use requirements and priorities for their examination for research and applications.  ...  In the early 1980s, the emphasis on informing emerged as a reaction to an overemphasis of information technology in management information systems (MIS) and information systems (IS) as taught to students  ... 
doi:10.28945/1304 fatcat:ayg5caepjnfrblhna4ntkg4vzi

The Self in the Alzheimer's Patient as Revealed through Psycholinguistic-story Based Analysis

Mary Ellen Toffle, Maria C. Quattropani
2015 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
Perhaps the worst effect of the disease is the loss of Self, which is based on the loss of identity and memory (Caddell & Clare, 2010) .  ...  The study was conducted on a group of 10 patients /7 females and 3 males) with ages ranging between 67-82 (average=73.70; DS=4.76), a medium-low education level (between 1 and 11 years of education) and  ...  system articulates the organization of the emergent theory.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2015.09.013 fatcat:m5dwxhj7lzf23etjc5iymvekki

Meeting the Google Expectation for Chemical Safety Information

Leah McEwen, Ralph Stuart
2015 Chemistry International  
up a new reaction for more sample.  ...  Imagine a scenario in an academic research lab: you are working on a chemical system that has not yet been well characterized, perhaps looking at new catalysts, trying new reagent combinations, or scaling  ...  ; organization and visualization tools for evaluation and use of data in risk assessment; codification of output formats; cross-walks for incorporation into local systems; and archiving and markup of method  ... 
doi:10.1515/ci-2015-0505 fatcat:q7mjjesgwzbahiuhfgenbcre6a

A General Stocktaking of the Connections between the Multilateral Dimension of Obligations and Codification of the Law of Responsibility

P.-M. Dupuy
2002 European journal of international law  
The multilateral dimension of a number of international obligations raised the need for a review of the classical law of state responsibility, originally designed in the context of bilateral inter-state  ...  perpetrator and its individualized victim essentially concern a pure codification of existing custom.  ...  On this distinction, see Dupuy, 'Reviewing the Difficulties of Codification: On Ago's Classification of Obligations of Means and Obligations of Result in Relation to State Responsibility', 10 EJIL (1999  ... 
doi:10.1093/ejil/13.5.1053 fatcat:xnqahxmynret3cyeenujvo3vw4

Physician acceptance of information technologies: Role of perceived threat to professional autonomy

Zhiping Walter, Melissa Succi Lopez
2008 Decision Support Systems  
Results show that perceived threat to professional autonomy has a significant, negative direct influence on perceived usefulness of an IT and on intention to use that IT.  ...  Level of knowledge codification is also an important variable.  ...  The case study examined physician reactions after the adoption of information systems.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2008.06.004 fatcat:gdarnnopdrhe3gjthieas4cpbu
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 6,059 results