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From computer-assisted intervention research to clinical impact: The need for a holistic approach

Sébastien Ourselin, Mark Emberton, Tom Vercauteren
2016 Medical Image Analysis  
In this paper, we emphasise the need for a holistic approach to computer-assisted interventions where clinical, scientific, engineering and regulatory expertise are combined as a means of moving towards  ...  To ensure that the breadth of infrastructure and expertise required for translational computer-assisted intervention research does not lead to a situation where the field advances only thanks to a handful  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank Hashim Ahmed, Dean Barratt  ... 
doi:10.1016/ pmid:27425646 pmcid:PMC6736672 fatcat:vvjpnaovyvdcnk2ohhhgkvy2zi

Developing the 'mStick' concept: Experiences and impacts

P. Kuosmanen, S. Pekkarinen, K. Kempas, H. Melkas, R. Valve, A. Karisto
2012 Gerontechnology  
There seems to be potential for cultural change in care practices, highlighting the need for a biographical approach in care work.  ...  It also acts as an assistive device for care workers who organize reminiscence sessions and alike.  ...  The mSticks are concrete tools for applying this kind of a holistic approach. A biographical approach may also raise social appreciation of elderly-care work.  ... 
doi:10.4017/gt.2012. fatcat:quzcrjidbzcmhodrlcisx4aag4

The advanced practitioner in neuro-oncology: impact on service delivery

Kate Burton
2004 Journal of Radiotherapy in Practice  
A brief overview of the development of the Radiologist Assistant will be provided to demonstrate the process for development of a successful advance practice model in the USA.  ...  A potential advanced practice model for the USA will be presented and discussed.  ...  Whilst the need to ensure a smooth, trouble-free radiotherapy pathway remains a priority, this is balanced with the need to provide holistic, patient-centred care.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s1460396905240244 fatcat:nvtjsj55gjfl7ioc2uzxdi4ewy

Interventional Radiology ex-machina: impact of Artificial Intelligence on practice

Martina Gurgitano, Salvatore Alessio Angileri, Giovanni Maria Rodà, Alessandro Liguori, Marco Pandolfi, Anna Maria Ierardi, Bradford J Wood, Gianpaolo Carrafiello
2021 Radiologia Medica  
Thus, AI has the potential to revolutionize the healthcare systems and clinical practice of doctors all over the world.  ...  The potential applications of AI in IR go beyond computer vision and diagnosis, to include screening and modeling of patient selection, predictive tools for treatment planning and navigation, and training  ...  a minimally invasive approach and can be controlled by a surgeon from a remote console.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11547-021-01351-x pmid:33861421 pmcid:PMC8050998 fatcat:xz32eh2fxjc3lizpe5cw3xmjri

Impacts of Telemanipulation in Robotic Assisted Surgery

Ignacio Avellino, Gilles Bailly, Geoffroy Canlorbe, Jérémie Belgihti, Guillaume Morel, Marie-Aude Vitrani
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems - CHI '19  
Our goals are to investigate the impacts of telemanipulated surgical robots on the work practices of surgical teams and to understand their cause.  ...  We open design opportunities for the HCI field by questioning the telemanipulated approach and discussing alternatives that keep surgeons on the surgical field.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS This research was supported by the Labex CAMI (project ANR-11-LABX-0004) operated by the ANR as part of the program "Investissement d'Avenir".  ... 
doi:10.1145/3290605.3300813 dblp:conf/chi/AvellinoBCBMV19 fatcat:cy4awqkjl5dtxle3bvfk6v5pna

Impact of packaged interventions on neonatal health: a review of the evidence

R. A Haws, A. L Thomas, Z. A Bhutta, G. L Darmstadt
2007 Health Policy and Planning  
The evidence base for the impact of neonatal health intervention packages is a weak foundation for guiding effective implementation of public health programmes addressing neonatal health.  ...  IMPACT OF PACKAGES OF NEONATAL INTERVENTIONS 195  ...  To reduce neonatal mortality, a more holistic approach is needed that packages technical interventions within a broader context of behaviour change communications and community mobilization activities,  ... 
doi:10.1093/heapol/czm009 pmid:17526641 fatcat:h5cbqlhjkfd77nfdg65t3fm5ma

Convenient care clinic nurse practitioner impact analysis

Debra R. Wallace, Ellen Daroszewski
2015 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice  
at CCC had a positive effect and represents a great potential for the expansion of healthcare into the community.  ...  the traditional healthcare system such as by nurse practitioners (NPs) in convenient care clinics (CCCs).This study surveyed 59 NPs who practiced at CCCs to explore the impact of their practice.  ...  In summary, five themes emerged from analysis of participant responses: (1) Need to improve accessibility to assist the positive impact care provided in CCCs. (2) Need to improve hours of service to support  ... 
doi:10.5430/jnep.v5n9p1 fatcat:vix3k2xbj5c2jgjwbwci2s3c3m

Impacting Patient Outcomes Through Design

Katherine Kay Brown, Dennis Gallant
2006 Critical Care Nursing Quarterly  
At the same time, clinical outcomes such as a reduction in mortality and complications and efficiencies such as a reduction in length of stay and minimization of hospital costs through the elimination  ...  To succeed in today's challenging healthcare environment, hospitals must examine their impact on customerspatients and families-staff and physicians.  ...  With the universal bed, the need for ICU technology may evolve over a period of time leading to differing design approaches.  ... 
doi:10.1097/00002727-200610000-00006 pmid:17063100 fatcat:7dp5pqzysbgrfa5bd3auymusei

Impact of school-based health promotion interventions aimed at different behavioral domains: a systematic review

Marta Lima-Serrano, Joaquín S. Lima-Rodríguez
2014 Gaceta Sanitaria  
results published from 2007 to 2011, given that the research information available doubles every 5 years.  ...  Results: Information was extracted from 35 studies aiming to prevent risk behaviors and promote healthy nutrition, physical activity, and mental and holistic health.  ...  On the other hand, assisted computer and on-line intervention must be studied more. There are many gaps in the literature that may be researched.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.gaceta.2014.05.003 pmid:24923204 fatcat:wv5uuwghavf5ncswquzycrmasu

The Impact of Human Factors on the Safety of Operating Rooms and everyday Surgical Practice

Georgios Ioannis Tsianos, Evnia, Copenhagen Business Center, Hellerup Strandvejen 60, 2900, Denmark
2020 Journal of Advanced Research in Medical Science & Technology  
The increase of fully automated/computer-assisted surgical systems into everyday surgical practice highlights the need for specialized technical skills and a subsequent change in mind-set and intraoperative  ...  Given the complexity of the Operating Room (OR) and the sociotechnico-cognitive activities that occur during a surgical operation, HFE needs to consider a wide spectrum of Surgical Flow Disruptions (SFD  ...  Raghavendra et al. 26 emphasize that apart from intraoperative impairments that may have a direct negative impact on the clinical outcome, ergonomic and layout deficiencies are also linked to potential  ... 
doi:10.24321/2394.6539.202002 fatcat:64odjl6xy5cghc2s4def66i2gu

Rural areas are disproportionately impacted by smoking and lung cancer

Wiley D. Jenkins, Alicia K. Matthews, Angie Bailey, Whitney E. Zahnd, Karriem S. Watson, Georgia Mueller-Luckey, Yamile Molina, David Crumly, Julie Patera
2018 Preventive medicine reports  
Acknowledgements Jenkins acknowledges funding from 1P20 CA192987-01A1; Matthews acknowledges funding from U54 CA202997-01 and P20 CA202908-01; Watson acknowledges funding from U54 CA202997-01 and P20 CA202908  ...  -01; Molina acknowledges funding from K01CA193918.  ...  Other aspects of screening uptake and risk reduction Smoking cessation counseling A baseline clinical intervention may be the Five Major Steps to Intervention (The "5 A's"; ask, advise, assess, assist  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.pmedr.2018.03.011 pmid:29868368 pmcid:PMC5984228 fatcat:b72h5i52o5a2paxggbihmz5fma

Exploring the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on medical learner wellness: a needs assessment for the development of learner wellness interventions

Stephana Cherak, Allison Brown, Rahim Kachra, Kira Makuk, Sanjana Sudershan, Mike Paget, Aliya Kassam
2021 Canadian Medical Education Journal  
Future interventions would benefit from a holistic framework of learner wellness while engaging in systems thinking to understand how individuals, programs and respective systems intersect.  ...  We sought to understand impact of COVID-19 on learner wellness at a large tertiary care academic institution to inform the future development of learner wellness interventions during the COVID-19 pandemic  ...  First, a holistic approach to wellness that acknowledges a "one-size fits all" approach may not work for all learners is important to consider given that each learner has their own lived experience.  ... 
doi:10.36834/cmej.70995 pmid:34249191 pmcid:PMC8263035 fatcat:bod2iwnrsjfqzlgt4hmvx6hbje

The Impact of Eye-gaze Controlled Computer on Communication and Functional Independence in Children and Young People with Complex Needs – A Multicenter Intervention Study

Maria Borgestig, Isphana Al Khatib, Sandra Masayko, Helena Hemmingsson
2021 Developmental Neurorehabilitation  
The study strengthened the research evidence that EGCC can be an effective intervention in daily life for children and young people with complex needs.  ...  To investigate the impact of EGCCs on communication, functional independence and participation in activities in children and young people with complex needs.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank all eight centers, AT teams, families and school personnel for their participation in the study.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17518423.2021.1903603 pmid:33872136 fatcat:hbmc62mj5rblbnltcihravtwfm

Impact of the TEAM Wheels eHealth manual wheelchair training program: Study protocol for a randomized controlled trial

Ed Giesbrecht, Julie Faieta, Krista Best, François Routhier, William C. Miller, Maude Laberge, Jose María Blasco
2021 PLoS ONE  
Control group participants also receive the intervention following a 1-month wait-list period and data collection.  ...  Intervention Using a computer tablet, participants engage in three peer-led teleconference training sessions and 75–150 minutes of weekly practice using a video-based training application over 4 weeks.  ...  holistic approach to education on advanced MWC skills training.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0258509 pmid:34644350 fatcat:7ctyze25bnhixa4wk2iqfsz2ti

Assessing the Impact of Continuous Quality Improvement on Clinical Practice: What It Will Take to Accelerate Progress

Stephen M. Shortell, Charles L. Bennett, Gayle R. Byck
1998 Milbank Quarterly  
We are also grateful to Alice Schaller and Marge Kaffenberger for their assistance in preparing the manuscript.  ...  The paper also benefited from the general discussion and feedback of participants in the Quality Roundtable Conference sponsored by the Institute of Medicine, which was held on October 30 and 31, 1997,  ...  Most prominent is CQI's fourfold focus: 1. on determining and meeting the needs of patients or customers 2. on a holistic approach to quality improvement, based on identification of underlying causes of  ... 
doi:10.1111/1468-0009.00107 pmid:9879304 pmcid:PMC2751103 fatcat:7pptv5rdhjg37ayv3qycir4b3q
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