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More but Correct: Generating Diversified and Entity-revised Medical Response [article]

Bin Li, Encheng Chen, Hongru Liu, Yixuan Weng, Bin Sun, Shutao Li, Yongping Bai, Meiling Hu
2021 arXiv   pre-print
At the decoding stage, we propose a new decoding mechanism named Entity-revised Diverse Beam Search (EDBS) to improve entity correctness and promote the length and quality of the final response.  ...  and medically meaningful responses conditioned on the dialogue history.  ...  Entity-revised Diverse Beam Search Diverse Beam Search is used to generate diversified responses.  ... 
arXiv:2108.01266v2 fatcat:74xakohnabbw3ckojuqfe6ph7i

An Evaluation of the Level of Service/Case Management Inventory in an Australian Community Corrections Environment

Heidi Gordon, Sally F. Kelty, Roberta Julian
2014 Psychiatry, Psychology and Law  
Acknowledgements Acknowledgements and Authors Notes Acknowledgments and Author's Notes The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of the Tasmanian  ...  The data for studies one and two were obtained from community corrections, and study three attempted to diversify this sample by obtaining 194 Chapter 5: General Discussion data from both community corrections  ...  the predictive utility of the LS/CMI using both the General Risk/Need total score and a revised total score.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13218719.2014.941090 fatcat:tseuztiwvvg6rcsabwhbef4m4q

Methodology to Characterize Ideal Short-Term Counting Conditions and Improve AADT Estimation Accuracy Using a Regression-Based Correcting Function

Miguel Figliozzi, Pam Johnson, Christopher Monsere, Krista Nordback
2014 Journal of transportation engineering  
[5] Values of a generation also change and evolve in response to the historical context that the generation grows up in.  ...  more information regarding the correct choice.  ...  What are the factors responsible for the specific culture that exists in Google? 3. Do you think Google's culture is responsible for its performance?  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)te.1943-5436.0000663 fatcat:zwqy7yuecngtjjrgwynimvxixa

Fast Prototyping a Dialogue Comprehension System for Nurse-Patient Conversations on Symptom Monitoring [article]

Zhengyuan Liu, Hazel Lim, Nur Farah Ain Binte Suhaimi, Shao Chuen Tong, Sharon Ong, Angela Ng, Sheldon Lee, Michael R. Macdonald, Savitha Ramasamy, Pavitra Krishnaswamy, Wai Leng Chow, Nancy F. Chen
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We then adopt an established bidirectional attention pointer network on this simulated dataset, achieving more than 80% F1 score on a held-out test set from real-world nurse-to-patient conversations.  ...  Data for human-human spoken dialogues for research and development are currently very limited in quantity, variety, and sources; such data are even scarcer in healthcare.  ...  We acknowledge valuable support and assistance from Yulong Lin, Yuanxin Xiang, and Ai Ti Aw at the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R); Weiliang Huang at the Changi General Hospital (CGH) Department  ... 
arXiv:1903.03530v2 fatcat:octg5ado65eglmvkkpvsgvwdfu

Fast Prototyping a Dialogue Comprehension System for Nurse-Patient Conversations on Symptom Monitoring

Zhengyuan Liu, Hazel Lim, Nur Farah Ain Suhaimi, Shao Chuen Tong, Sharon Ong, Angela Ng, Sheldon Lee, Michael R. Macdonald, Savitha Ramasamy, Pavitra Krishnaswamy, Wai Leng Chow, Nancy F. Chen
2019 Proceedings of the 2019 Conference of the North  
We then adopt an established bidirectional attention pointer network on this simulated dataset, achieving more than 80% F1 score on a held-out test set from real-world nurseto-patient conversations.  ...  Data for human-human spoken dialogues for research and development are currently very limited in quantity, variety, and sources; such data are even scarcer in healthcare.  ...  We acknowledge valuable support and assistance from Yulong Lin, Yuanxin Xiang, and Ai Ti Aw at the Institute for Infocomm Research (I2R); Weiliang Huang at the Changi General Hospital (CGH) Department  ... 
doi:10.18653/v1/n19-2004 dblp:conf/naacl/LiuLSTONGMRKCC19 fatcat:v45qthvufjhwpckllqbdiub23e

American Society of Clinical Oncology: Background for Update of Conflict of Interest Policy

2003 Journal of Clinical Oncology  
In the face of this inconsistency and recognizing its special responsibility as the leading medical society for physicians involved in clinical cancer research, ASCO has undertaken development of an enhanced  ...  In those rare undefined circumstances, it was contemplated that the ASCO Board of Directors could take corrective action, but such action was left in the complete discretion of the Board without any articulated  ... 
doi:10.1200/jco.2003.04.025 pmid:12721280 fatcat:bh4wqscucjby3p5skpy4237jge

Improving performance of a pharmacy in a Romanian hospital through implementation of an internal management control system

Lucia Georgeta Daina, Monica Sabău, Cristian Marius Daina, Neamțu Corina, Delia Mirela Tit, Camelia Liana Buhaș, Constantin Bungau, Lotfi Aleya, Simona Bungau
2019 Science of the Total Environment  
According to general principles of good practice, adopted at the international level, quality control is a key function in management and not just a simple means of verification.  ...  The present article analyzes and describes the case of the County Hospital of Oradea, Romania, and presents how the IMCS was adopted and integrated.  ...  Damià Barceló, and to the anonymous reviewers for helping to improve our paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2019.04.231 fatcat:vdfvw6fmnberfknjvrkvnydk2m

Nepal's Post Pandemic Diplomacy

John Narayan Parajuli
2021 Journal of Foreign Affairs  
This analytical article argues that this is the right time for Nepal to reframe the issue of health and other emergencies, recalibrate the roles of its domestic institutions and diversify its diplomacy  ...  both implications and opportunities for Nepal to diversify its diplomatic engagement with a view to bridging its own domestic capacity gap-heightened by the pandemic.  ...  A more helpful approach is to try to analyse what went wrong and then take the corrective path.  ... 
doi:10.3126/jofa.v1i1.36255 fatcat:poshpfrqwrcgffzzw4tx2qgl7a

Strategic and Functional Orientation of Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in Professional Services: An Analysis of Public Accountancy

Sharmistha Bagchi-Sen, LINDA KUECHLER
2000 Service Industries Journal  
The results show that the proactive, functionally diversified, and/or internationally oriented firms outperform the reactive, functionally concentrated, and local market oriented firms.  ...  , functionally diversified or internationally oriented firms.  ...  Cross-tabulation of respondents reveal that reactive firms generally have less than 7 employees but proactive firms are more or less evenly distributed across employee size categories.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02642060000000035 fatcat:prqql67plndghp2wdwprbdpk44

Community Planning for Children and Youth

L. K. Frank
1946 Social Forces  
But, it is equally necessary to recognize that effective care, protection, education, treatment, and so on, of children and youth calls for some method of concerted operation among these highly diversified  ...  Here we find individual au- tonomy and responsibility but in a setting of sup- porting services and specialized skills that are mobilized and focussed upon individual patients.  ... 
doi:10.2307/2572208 fatcat:7znevzsnifffrbo7raaq2pdlay

Engaging with Nature in Times of Rapid Environmental Change: Vulnerability, Sentience and Autonomy

Thomas Heyd
2018 Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses (RCEI)  
The basis for respect that underlies this sense of responsibility, and its significance for addressing human vulnerability to nature's agency through more adequate practices of mitigation and adaptation  ...  The consequent "social responsibility" taken for landscape is explored in the context of vulnerability to rapid environmental change.  ...  People in the North African Sahel region, for instance, have responded to increased droughts by diversifying land use, moving from irrigated cash crops to more enduring subsistence crops, and by emigration  ... 
doi:10.25145/j.recaesin.2018.77.03 fatcat:ta7xzfdqz5h3rgrnvxih3my7pi

An eHealth Diptych: The Impact of Privacy Regulation on Medical Error and Malpractice Litigation

Nicolas P. Terry
2001 American Journal of Law & Medicine  
platitudes to demand corrective action.  ...  Displacing even the implications of the advances in genomics from the front and editorial pages of our newspapers, privacy and medical error have left the cozy world of professional journals and political  ...  guaranteed rights of access to and correction of their records.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0098858800008194 fatcat:njq5bi3qine4nhnklxhprvmd3e

The Long Development of Prison Libraries in France

Odile Cramard, Kevin McLoughlin
2011 Library Trends  
Libraries have existed in French prisons since the mid-nineteenth century, and for more than a century the French Penitentiary Administration has made an effort to structure and organize them as well as  ...  In the early 1980s, cooperative efforts between the Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Justice opened the door for new political direction that facilitated the opening of correctional facilities to  ...  organizations, and local government entities.  ... 
doi:10.1353/lib.2011.0007 fatcat:7uopjxkq3ze67krz2yxtzy6ije

Constructing Taxonomies to Identify Distinctive Forms of Primary Healthcare Organizations

Roxane Borgès Da Silva, Raynald Pineault, Marjolaine Hamel, Jean-Frédéric Levesque, Danièle Roberge, Paul Lamarche
2013 ISRN Family Medicine  
In 2005, we carried out a study on PHC in two health and social services regions of Quebec that included urban, suburban, and rural areas. An organizational survey was conducted in 473 PHC practices.  ...  We used multidimensional nonparametric statistical methods, namely, multiple correspondence and principal component analyses, and an ascending hierarchical classification method to construct a taxonomy  ...  Like the professional coordination model, it is characterized not only by diversified services, but also by an expanded role of nurse in care delivery.  ... 
doi:10.5402/2013/798347 pmid:24959575 pmcid:PMC4041222 fatcat:tj6zahphdjh6boeth4uatwnbr4

Establishment of the Certified Research Ethics Professionals: An Ethical Review Expert-Translated in English from Japanese Version-

2021 JMA Journal  
Medical research is indispensable to develop new treatments or diagnostic methods. An ethics review board reviews the validity of such medical research.  ...  However, with the recent advances in medicine, a meaningful review of medical research often requires advanced knowledge.  ...  In recent years, however, research falling under the abovementioned guidelines has become more and more diversified and the objectives and methods of such research are increasingly becoming common in both  ... 
doi:10.31662/jmaj.2021-0056 pmid:34796295 pmcid:PMC8580667 fatcat:o2vl2af2crh2nk7eo3i57xqc3e
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