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Two view mammography at incident screens: cost effectiveness analysis of policy options

K. Johnston, J. Brown
1999 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Table 3 3 Policy options ordered in terms of increasing effectiveness from baseline of one view single reading* Change from baseline to Additional costs † (£) Additional cancers detected † (95% CI  ...  The cost of a single assessment visit was taken from Johnston et al 5 and increased by the proportion of women having further assessment visits (5% of women screened were estimated to have a further assessment  ...  cost effectiveness x A policy of two view mammography at incident screens is efficient only if programmes that use single reading also move to double reading x Implementation of two view mammography at  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.319.7217.1097 pmid:10531098 pmcid:PMC28259 fatcat:clgth4qb7re3bn42f3jphe3b7u

Effects of Chinese Font Size and Space on Efficiency of VDT Single-line Text Reading

2016 Revista de la Facultad de Ingeniería  
A detailed research of the influences of font size and space on efficiency for reading single Chinese information on a VDT screen has been carried out on young adults in this study, and reading speed as  ...  This study investigated the factors which affect the single-line Chinese text reading efficiency on a visual display terminal (VDT) screen and in the end has given a reasonable suggestion.  ...  CONCLUSIONS This study has determined the optimal combination of font size and space which could effectively increase the efficiency of reading Chinese single-line text on a computer screen.  ... 
doi:10.21311/002.31.4.18 fatcat:rnmgdeltlnbtpdz6tpaaejmega

Identification of Reading Problems in First Grade Within a Response-to-Intervention Framework

Deborah L. Speece, Christopher Schatschneider, Rebecca Silverman, Lisa Pericola Case, David H. Cooper, Dawn M. Jacobs
2011 The Elementary school journal  
This study focuses on assessment with the purpose of developing a screening battery that validly and efficiently identifies first-grade children at risk for reading problems.  ...  In the domain of reading, Tier 1 usually involves (a) universal screening (i.e., screening of all students) to identify those at risk for reading problems, (b) general education instruction that is founded  ...  Acknowledgments This work was funded by the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (grant no. R01HD46758) and the U.S. Department of Education (grant no. H325D070082).  ... 
doi:10.1086/659032 pmid:22058431 pmcid:PMC3207316 fatcat:gncf7tpwcbcmjghpp4s5jmxlpe

Page 261 of School Psychology Review Vol. 39, Issue 2 [page]

2010 School Psychology Review  
The addi- tion of growth as a screening construct adds complexity to the “efficiency” requirement of screening because measurement must occur at least twice.  ...  Methodological Variations Beyond the selection of predictor and criterion measures, different methodological approaches may increase prediction accuracy and efficiency.  ... 

Screening for Dyslexia in French-Speaking University Students: An Evaluation of the Detection Accuracy of the Alouette Test

Eddy Cavalli, Pascale Colé, Gilles Leloup, Florence Poracchia-George, Liliane Sprenger-Charolles, Abdessadek El Ahmadi
2017 Journal of Learning Disabilities  
The results showed that, on the Alouette test, dyslexic readers were impaired on measures of accuracy, speed, and efficiency (accuracy/reading time).  ...  We also found significant correlations between the Alouette reading efficiency and phonological efficiency scores.  ...  C corresponds to the number of words correctly read and TL to the reading time (temps de lecture in French).  ... 
doi:10.1177/0022219417704637 pmid:28423976 fatcat:2v24vlb4pbd4hkzemax2ip56ey

Endpiece: Knowledge

A. Einstein
1999 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
if recall rates do fall, one view double reading (consensus) is also an efficient option.  ...  A comparison of cancer detection rates achieved by breast cancer screening programmes by number of readers, for one-view and two-view mammography: results from the UK National Health Service breast screening  ...  of two view mammography at incident screens is efficient only if programmes that use single reading also move to double reading x Implementation of two view mammography at incident screens in programmes  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.319.7217.1104a pmid:10531101 pmcid:PMC1116900 fatcat:b6e6heb7frc2rghgtowlp64rb4

Identifying Children in Middle Childhood Who Are at Risk for Reading Problems

Deborah L Speece, Kristen D Ritchey, Rebecca Silverman, Christopher Schatschneider, Caroline Y Walker, Katryna N Andrusik
2010 School psychology review  
The receiver-operator characteristic curve analysis yielded an area under the curve index of 0.90, suggesting this model may both accurately and efficiently screen older elementary students with reading  ...  The purpose of this study was to identify and evaluate a universal screening battery for reading that is appropriate for older elementary students in a response to intervention model.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by grants from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (Grant P5HD052121) and the U.S. Department of Education (Grant H325D070082).  ... 
pmid:21472039 pmcid:PMC3070313 fatcat:o2rft7mfg5b7phzkmvj5kstrrq

Page 185 of The American Journal of Psychology Vol. 26, Issue 2 [page]

1915 The American Journal of Psychology  
Such increase in efficiency even after the limit would seem to be reached is common to all practise curves.  ...  The average of the last six trials with the screen was 35.5 and without the screen 36.7. These records are very rapid ones, from over three to more than four letters per second.  ... 

Evaluation of Efficient Line Lengths for Better Readability

Zahid Hussain, Syed Asif Ali Shah, Wajiha Shah
2012 Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering and Technology  
The experiment examined the effects of four different line lengths on the reading speed and the reading efficiency. Efficiency is defined as a combination of reading speed and accuracy.  ...  The reading speed seems to increase while the line length increases but the overall comprehension seems to peak at medium line lengths.  ...  So the expansion of the line length from 30-120 CPL brought an increase in efficiency of approximately 13% (Tables 4 and 7) .  ... 
doaj:a10a500d16f34a25809ae0445a889cdc fatcat:b62neu4mlre2pdxlzshksn535i

Peptide fusion improves prime editing efficiency [article]

Minja Velimirovic, Larissa Zanetti, Max W Shen, James D Fife, Lin Lin, Minsun Cha, Ersin Akinci, Danielle Barnum, Tian Yu, Richard I Sherwood
2021 bioRxiv   pre-print
We present a high-throughput approach, PepSEq, to measure how fusion of 12,000 85-amino acid peptides derived from human DNA repair-related proteins influences prime editing efficiency.  ...  dozens of target sites.  ...  The authors acknowledge funding from 1R01HG008754 (R.I.S.), 1R21HG010391 (R.I.S., C.A.C.), American Cancer Society (R.I.S.), American Heart Association (R.I.S.), Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (R.I.S  ... 
doi:10.1101/2021.09.22.461415 fatcat:nyki4pesarh7hkb2nuuslwzswe

A STUDY OF SEMI-FOCAL VISUAL ENVIRONMENT FOR VISUAL TASKS IN OFFICE WORK USING HEAD MOUNTED DISPLAY VIRTUAL REALITY SYSTEM

Tomomi MIYATA, Yoshiki NAKAMURA, Mari AOKI, Rika ISHII
2022 Journal of Environmental Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)  
of (1) Work efficiency, (2) Appropriateness of ambience as office and (3) Possibility to continue to work 3 days in case of emergencies.  ...  As for office works, we chose two tasks, i.e., writing-reading and PC monitor task. 15 participants were asked to evaluate 120 office scenes for writing-reading and 180 for PC monitor task from the viewpoints  ...  Especially when surrounding 49.5 degrees was bright, efficiency increased by 2 score. 4) For reading and writing tasks, from the viewpoint of appropriateness as office, uniformly lit spacious environment  ... 
doi:10.3130/aije.87.391 fatcat:oa36k4mqozhqla6cqo5cusw344

Rapid reverse genetic screening using CRISPR in zebrafish

Arish N Shah, Crystal F Davey, Alex C Whitebirch, Adam C Miller, Cecilia B Moens
2015 Nature Methods  
We found that increasing CRISPR efficiency and multiplexing sgRNAs allowed for phenocopy of known mutants across many phenotypes.  ...  By deep-sequencing target loci we found that 90% of the genes were effectively screened.  ...  Spiewak and the Parichy lab at the University of Washington for slc24a5 mutant embryos, S. Peterson and the Postlethwait lab at the University of Oregon for advice on sgRNA cloning, and I.  ... 
doi:10.1038/nmeth.3360 pmid:25867848 pmcid:PMC4667794 fatcat:rb7j27iyzjdbpnb72qe24qrbvu

Improved Screening Mammogram Workflow by Maximizing PACS Streamlining Capabilities in an Academic Breast Center

Ramya Pham, Daniel Forsberg, Donna Plecha
2016 Journal of digital imaging  
These improvements were achieved while keeping the efficiency of the workflow for diagnostic mammograms at large unaltered even with increased volume of mammography examinations (31 % increase of 4344  ...  The results showed significant improvements for the interpretation of screening mammograms.  ...  Forsberg is supported by a grant (2014-01422) from the Swedish Innovation Agency (VINNOVA).  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10278-016-9909-6 pmid:27766443 pmcid:PMC5359200 fatcat:zdufhh6ylbg5tfmlsh2wrl3kuq

Assessment of quality control approaches for metagenomic data analysis

Qian Zhou, Xiaoquan Su, Kang Ning
2014 Scientific Reports  
Metagenomic data, which is composed of NGS data from multiple genomes (usually unknown in advance), faces a more serious problem if data QC could not be performed accurately and efficiently.  ...  Currently there is an explosive increase of the next-generation sequencing (NGS) projects and related datasets, which have to be processed by Quality Control (QC) procedures before they could be utilized  ...  number of contaminating high eukaryotic species Accuracy and efficiency of QC-Chain in contamination screening Dataset B Real 4 Data with sequencing artifacts Efficiency of QC-Chain in read-quality  ... 
doi:10.1038/srep06957 pmid:25376098 pmcid:PMC4223665 fatcat:2xf5an3ikfg5zdearxdgh2fjii

The current status of radiographers as screen readers in breast screening units: applications for Australia

WM Thompson, K Pollard
2007 Radiographer  
, Europe and the United States 7-13 with all reported studies confirming the capabilities of radiographers as screen readers in terms of competence and efficiency.  ...  Introduction ][3][4][5] The policy of BreastScreen Australia is double reading of the mammographic screening images, where two screen readers read the breast images independently, resulting in a higher  ...  Acknowledgements The author wishes to acknowledge the people who assisted and supported during the completion of this project, in particular the people who gave of their time to participate in the study  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2051-3909.2007.tb00071.x fatcat:2kgmkxfwwzg6ffenh7vxa4cgga
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