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DELPHI: Data E-platform for personalized population health

Yannis Katsis, Chaitanya Baru, Ted Chan, Sanjoy Dasgupta, Claudiu Farcas, William Griswold, Jeannie Huang, Lucila Ohno-Machado, Yannis Papakonstantinou, Fredric Raab, Kevin Patrick
2013 2013 IEEE 15th International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services (Healthcom 2013)  
To solve this problem, we propose DELPHI: a platform allowing the integration of disparate health data into a single Whole Health Information Model (WHIM), providing a 360degree view of an individual's  ...  DELPHI supports the integration of data and thus enables the design of applications and services that utilize the WHIM to offer the next generation of health services.  ...  In this work, we present DELPHI (Data E-platform Leveraged for Patient Empowerment and Population Health Improvement); a platform whose goal is to enable the integration of health data from disparate sources  ... 
doi:10.1109/healthcom.2013.6720650 dblp:conf/healthcom/KatsisBCDFGHOPRP13 fatcat:4id5b3pfkjhi7kwgnnre22hwu4

Indicators for evaluating European population health: a Delphi selection process

Ângela Freitas, Paula Santana, Mónica D. Oliveira, Ricardo Almendra, João C. Bana e Costa, Carlos A. Bana e Costa
2018 BMC Public Health  
Indicators are essential instruments for monitoring and evaluating population health.  ...  Methods: Indicators were selected in a Delphi survey conducted using a web-platform designed to implement and monitor participatory processes.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors sincerely thank the members of the Delphi panel for participating in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-018-5463-0 pmid:29703176 pmcid:PMC5922019 fatcat:ahsjo4phpbfcjdcwvuebl56pca

D4.4 Pilot Cities DELPHI Evaluation Report

Jo Barnes, Corra Boushel
2018 Zenodo  
This report presents a summary of the results and an evaluation of the data quality from Work Package 4: Citizens and Stakeholder Engagement Task 4.1 Citizen Delphi Engagement for each of the six city/  ...  Keeney, S., Hasson, F., & McKenna, K., The Delphi Technique in Nursing and Health Research, Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, UK, 2011. 16 Marks, D.  ...  ., Content and Thematic Analysis, In: Research Methods for Clinical and Health Psychology, Sage, London, 2004.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3972719 fatcat:tosoifljnjdk3dwefi3trrppuq

Identifying challenges in neurofibromatosis: a modified Delphi procedure

Britt A E Dhaenens, Rosalie E Ferner, Annette Bakker, Marco Nievo, D Gareth Evans, Pierre Wolkenstein, Cornelia Potratz, Scott R Plotkin, Guenter Heimann, Eric Legius, Rianne Oostenbrink
2021 European Journal of Human Genetics  
The five-staged modified Delphi procedure consisted of two questionnaires and a consensus meeting for 40 NF experts, a survey for 63 patient representatives, and a final workshop.  ...  for NF2; and pain for SWN.  ...  Disclaimer The authors are member of the EU Patient-centric clinical trial platform (EU-PEARL).  ... 
doi:10.1038/s41431-021-00892-z pmid:33903738 pmcid:PMC8071842 fatcat:36irc336uzgddmurl6kildxea4

Development of a nutritional documentation tool: a Delphi study

Stefanie Berger, Doris Eglseer, Anna Eisenberger, Gerhard H. Wirnsberger, Regina E. Roller-Wirnsberger
2019 British Journal of Nutrition  
The new NDoc can be introduced for use in any computer-based hospital information system regionally and adapted for worldwide use.  ...  Based on the results of a literature review, the authors collected core content using a modified Delphi survey from experts across Europe and included the information collected in a structured, NDoc.  ...  E. R.-W. and S. B. designed and conducted the study and wrote the manuscript. D. E. wrote and reviewed the paper. A. E. and G. H.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0007114518003781 pmid:30678739 fatcat:jxhh27adsrgexn5hnhb7wjtw5a

Unlocking the potential for digital mental health technologies in the UK: a Delphi exercise

Clare Murphy, Lucy Thorpe, Harriet Trefusis, Antonis Kousoulis
2020 BJPsych Open  
Qualitative data were collected in the first round (80 fragments) that were then coded to produce a 26-item round-two questionnaire for participant rating.  ...  Conclusions The Delphi process allowed consensus to be achieved regarding the factors that experts consider important for harnessing technology in primary and secondary mental healthcare.  ...  H.T.: made a substantial contribution to the design of the work; substantially collaborated with the data analysis and interpretation of data for the work; revised the work and the materials for the work  ... 
doi:10.1192/bjo.2019.95 pmid:31987060 pmcid:PMC7001470 fatcat:jgizololhrhefh4jih56iqslle

Door-to-door travel in 2035 – A Delphi study

Ulrike Kluge, Jürgen Ringbeck, Stefan Spinler
2020 Technological forecasting & social change  
A R T I C L E I N F O Keywords: Cluster analysis Delphi method D2D Door-to-door mobility Future mobility Scenario development A B S T R A C T Intermodal, door-to-door (D2D) travel is gaining momentum for  ...  Little information is available on this matter and gathering data in the future may be challenging.  ...  It is hence to be tested, if future passengers would be willing to provide data for personalization (projection 9).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.techfore.2020.120096 fatcat:tzmvch6shjbdta7swhxpyvbpki

Internet-Based Delphi Research: Case Based Discussion

Zachary Douglas Cole, Holly M. Donohoe, Michael L. Stellefson
2013 Environmental Management  
This study advances methodological discourse on the e-Delphi technique by critically assessing an e-Delphi case study.  ...  However, e-research methodologies, such as the e-Delphi technique, have yet to undergo critical review.  ...  Alisa Coffin from the Geosciences and Environmental Change Science Center-United States Geological Survey for their help and support with the research project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00267-012-0005-5 pmid:23288149 pmcid:PMC3581739 fatcat:lqhs5vgzdzdb7lcsqzrkjkku6a

An e-Delphi Study on Software Virtualization in the Medical Diagnosis Process: The Experts' Perspective

Byrian L. Ramsey
2020 European Scientific Journal  
This e-Delphi research study provided information about the opinions and experiences from experts about the possible benefits for virtualization in medical facilities.  ...  The purpose of this qualitative e-Delphi study was to collect opinions and experiences from a group of expert panel members made up of physicians and virtualization experts.  ...  ., 2005; VMware, 2019). e-Delphi research. The qualitative e-Delphi research study fits best for this research because a panel of experts answered open-ended, online questionnaires.  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2020.v16n33p45 fatcat:skfwry5zcbc23n6je3yvgizk4e

Setting Priorities for Gerontological Social Work Research: A National Delphi Study

Denise Burnette, Nancy Morrow-Howell, Li-Mei Chen
2003 The gerontologist  
This article reports the results of a national Delphi study on setting research priorities for gerontological social work.  ...  Design and Methods: Delphi methodology, a structured process for eliciting and correlating informed opinions from a panel of experts on a specific topic, was used.  ...  Reduce health disparities among older persons and populations Subgoal 1: Increase active life expectancy and improve health status for older minority individuals Subgoal 2: Understand health differences  ... 
doi:10.1093/geront/43.6.828 pmid:14704382 fatcat:gvuayygejbgjlodyizehdzq2le

360-degree Delphi: addressing sociotechnical challenges of healthcare IT

Heiko Waldmüller, Cord Spreckelsen, Hannah Rudat, Norbert Krumm, Roman Rolke, Stephan Michael Jonas
2020 BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making  
For example, when asked to rate the importance of access control against high availability of data (likert scale, 1 meaning restrictive data access, 6 easy access to all data), patients (mean 4.862, Stdev  ...  Key aspects of 360-Degree Delphi are tested by applying the approach to the needs and requirements analysis of a system for managing patients' advance directives and living wills. 360-Degree Delphi (short  ...  Printed lists and paper war are history and new possibilities for data evaluation should be applied to techniques like the Delphi method.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12911-020-1071-x pmid:32503609 fatcat:xdlwz62jhjdsfhtxgtsuzwjase

Competencies required for nursing telehealth activities: A Delphi-study

Cornelis T.M. van Houwelingen, Anna H. Moerman, Roelof G.A. Ettema, Helianthe S.M. Kort, Olle ten Cate
2016 Nurse Education Today  
s u m m a r y Background: Telehealth is viewed as a major strategy to address the increasing demand for care and a shrinking care professional population.  ...  Method: In a four-round Delphi-study, a panel of experts discussed which NT-EPAs are relevant for nurses and which competencies nurses need to possess to execute these activities effectively.  ...  health-related data for patient monitoring ⁎ − − − − − + − − − − − − − − 1 Insight into which sources patients like to use to find information about their disease − − + − − − − − − − − − − − 1 Insight  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.nedt.2015.12.025 pmid:27006033 fatcat:rardrv7scvbbdihtsq5c7zmlsa

Combined impact of future trends on healthcare utilisation of older people: a Delphi study

W.M. Ravensbergen, Y.M. Drewes, H.B.M. Hilderink, M. Verschuuren, J. Gussekloo, R.A.A. Vonk
2019 Health Policy  
Acknowledgement The authors thank all the experts in this Delphi study for their participation and valuable comments.  ...  We also thank the staff of the Master Vitality and Ageing (Leiden University) and the staff of the National Institute for Public Health and the Environment for facilitating and supporting this study.  ...  The questionnaire was tested on one elderly care expert and one future older person; these persons were not included in the Delphi study.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2019.07.002 pmid:31358314 fatcat:4mq2iesyg5caphoto7s45nt2o4

Emergency medical services education research priorities during COVID‐19: A modified Delphi study

Rebecca E. Cash, William J. Leggio, Jonathan R. Powell, Kim D. McKenna, Paul Rosenberger, Elliot Carhart, Adrienne Kramer, Juan A. March, Ashish R. Panchal, for the Pandemic Educational Effects Task Force
2021 Journal of the American College of Emergency Physicians Open  
In Round 3, participants rated the priorities by importance and feasibility, with a weighted score (2/3*importance+1/3*feasibility) used for preliminary prioritization.  ...  Data were collected from August 2020 to February 2021 over 5 rounds (3 electronic surveys and 2 live virtual meetings). In Round 1, participants submitted research priorities over 9 specific areas.  ...  Despite the recognition by the panel of the importance of student health and safety, and the ongoing personal burdens for many caused by the pandemic, both student and faculty stress and anxiety were ranked  ... 
doi:10.1002/emp2.12543 pmid:34458888 pmcid:PMC8380062 fatcat:yzwev56tfjfexnho2mkdyhefry

Australian perspectives on spiritual care training in healthcare: A Delphi study

Kate F. Jones, Jennifer Washington, Matthew Kearney, David Kissane, Megan C. Best
2021 Palliative & Supportive Care  
Significance of results This Delphi study revealed that spiritual care training for Australian healthcare professionals should emphasize the understanding of the role of spirituality and spiritual care  ...  Preferred teaching methods include case studies, group discussion, role-plays and/or simulated learning, videos of personal stories, and self-directed learning.  ...  Participants were emailed the survey link for each round. Data were collected using the Survey Monkey electronic platform.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1478951521001024 pmid:34254578 fatcat:tsna2hj5wngqjct4r5m4s3dgke
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