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Improving patient safety through the involvement of patients: development and evaluation of novel interventions to engage patients in preventing patient safety incidents and protecting them against unintended harm

John Wright, Rebecca Lawton, Jane O'Hara, Gerry Armitage, Laura Sheard, Claire Marsh, Angela Grange, Rosemary RC McEachan, Kim Cocks, Susan Hrisos, Richard Thomson, Vikram Jha (+5 others)
2016 Programme Grants for Applied Research  
These were combined into a single instrument and evaluated in the Patient Reporting and Action for a Safe Environment (PRASE) intervention using a randomised design.  ...  Reflecting this difficulty, one of our recommendations for future research is to develop reliable and valid measures to help efficiently evaluate safety improvement interventions.  ...  We used the QIF, 371 combined with a categorisation of potential impact areas, 373 to analyse qualitative research findings for the start of our action research process.  ... 
doi:10.3310/pgfar04150 fatcat:nyfcl4of5rgkvdomgslwcky634

Acoustical Techniques/Designs Investigated During The Southeast Asia Conflict 1966–1972

J. Harris
1982 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America  
Ranges of 3-6 meters for a moving man with a rifle and of 15 meters for a 2-1/2 ton truck have been obtained reliably and with minimal false alarms.  ...  Application of the program should result in high classification rates at low levels.of error.  ...  In general for good geometry, bias errors of less than one-half the "average" sensor error could be expected with the existing computer program.  ... 
doi:10.1121/1.388596 fatcat:hhdoukj4ujgpnpztiksln455me

Boundedly Versus Procedurally Rational Expectations [chapter]

Scott Moss, Esther-Mirjam Sent
1999 Advances in Computational Economics  
If a program runs without error in any computer programming language, then that program is consistent and sound relative to that language.  ...  Both Soar and ACT-R offer points of departure for this approach.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-5219-2_5 fatcat:ncvbx4ez6nb4vern2eypm4t3yu

Plural Conjuncts and Syncretism Facilitate Gender Agreement in Serbo-Croatian:Experimental Evidence

Ivana Mitić, Boban Arsenijević
2019 Frontiers in Psychology  
They weaken the earlier generalization to a facilitating role of plural number for conjunct agreement in gender.  ...  We report and discuss the results of an experiment aimed to test both the effect of syncretism and the reality of the facilitating effects of plural number.  ...  with an ordinal number [prvo prase "(the) first pig, " where prase has a hybrid plural form, triggering FSg or NPl agreement], as in (15d); regular agreement nouns with a MSg nominal complement [uspeh  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2019.00942 pmid:31133921 pmcid:PMC6514152 fatcat:b3f4eenwvjftlgpqzsnggb6rvy

Interpretive proteomics—finding biological meaning in genome and proteome databases

Steven A. Benner
2003 Advances in Enzyme Regulation  
They are adding to the data, comparing the expressed genetic inventory of diseased and normal tissues, and attempting to correlate genomic data with physiological function.  ...  Gene sequences are no more (and no less) than the structures of natural products responsible for inheritance.  ...  Acknowledgements The research described here was supported, both intellectually and financially, through the MasterCatalog, an interpretive proteomics platform offered by EraGen Biosciences.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0065-2571(02)00024-9 pmid:12791396 fatcat:h3f44ul2ove4xp6o2q4to33hmy

Abstracts

2020 The Clinical Teacher  
Clinical placement is an important aspect of medical education.  ...  We describe methods to analyse formative WBA data for clinical skills.  ...  We aim to incorporate debates in the undergraduate teaching program as an optional module. We advocate the use of debates to improve attitudes towards mental illness & Psychiatry.  ... 
doi:10.1111/tct.13238 pmid:32976650 fatcat:wviox5cux5b27b566hvxnucxii

The Who's Who in Plastic Marine Pollution [article]

Mohamad Khoder, Nelly Hobeika
2018 Zenodo  
Marine litter loads in sea compartments are an emergent issue due to their ecological and biological consequences.  ...  This approach represents an approximation to the identification of microplastic particles by narrowing the search for the potential polymer type but not a rigorous chemical analysis.  ...  Beirut, the identification was done on September 24 / 2018, in the Platform for Research and Analysis in Environmental Sciences "PRASE", which located in "HADATH" campus.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5047725 fatcat:epsul6ar5vajpj32hhb6qe6lcm

Using patient experience data to develop a patient experience toolkit to improve hospital care: a mixed-methods study

Laura Sheard, Claire Marsh, Thomas Mills, Rosemary Peacock, Joseph Langley, Rebecca Partridge, Ian Gwilt, Rebecca Lawton
2019 Health Services and Delivery Research  
Rather, additional but more relational feedback had to be collected by patient representatives, an unanticipated element of the study, to provide health-care staff with data that they could work with more  ...  Funding The National Institute for Health Research Health Services and Delivery Research programme.  ...  This developed into an opportunity for researchers encountering similar issues to get together in person twice a year but also to offer support to each other via e-mail and over the telephone.  ... 
doi:10.3310/hsdr07360 fatcat:7dndkw27yfhwtcrdgntl7f66qq

Timing observations of southern pulsars - 1987 to 1991

F. D'Alessandro, P. M. McCulloch, E. A. King, P. A. Hamilton, D. McConnell
1993 Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society  
The integrated profiles display properties in general agreement with trends extrapolated from other frequencies. Rotation measures have been derived for these pulsars.  ...  It has been confirmed that the level of pulsar timing noise is correlated with spin-down rates.  ...  Acknowledgements Appendix C Plots of Phase Residuals This appendix displays the phase residuals obtained for each pulsar: (a) from a fit for period, period derivative (i.e., using a second order polynomial  ... 
doi:10.1093/mnras/261.4.883 fatcat:h7uutksslzbn7cmynhzafvyo5m

CERAMIC ABSTRACTS

1930 Journal of The American Ceramic Society  
with enough water to make a soft paste.  ...  The difficulty in obtaining reliable gas temperature data inside the checker- work, because of the errors introduced by radiation from the hot brickwork, and the complexity of the exact theoretical equation  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1151-2916.1930.tb16290.x fatcat:jyagl6lkdjdarfmmxeqazbnexe

Ceramic Abstracts Section

1949 Journal of The American Ceramic Society  
F Notes on reliability of X-ray dif fraction spectrometer for lantitative mineral analysis, (6) 152: Carlén, S Anomalies in surface tension of fused lead borates ) " Carlisle, P. J., Deyrup, A.  ...  Sug gested approach to analysis of mineral suspensions by high-frequency electrical measurements, (6) 155/ Morgan, R., and Myers, R. D. Study of chemically deposited silver mirrors 4 104a Morgan, R.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1151-2916.1949.tb18916.x fatcat:dpg3hjyxzfbapm7gfy2fym2lj4

A study of factors which determine whether on not behavioural objectives affect student learning

Reginald F Melton
1978
With this anomaly in mind an experiment was set up to find out if student perception of instructional material could determine whether or not behavioural objectives affected student learning.  ...  This thesis is concerned with the identification of factors which, determine whether or not providing students with behavioural objectives affects student learning.  ...  Sketch the H-field lines associated with a current carrying wire, coil and sole noid, and a bar of soft iron in an H.-field.  ... 
doi:10.21954/ou.ro.0000fcb5 fatcat:lcra3kakbfdh7izrgg3t7hfdye

Securing the Edges of IoT Networks: a Scalable SIP DDoS Defense Framework with VNF, SDN, and Blockchain [article]

Aldo Kiki Febro, UH Research Archive
2021
An unintended consequence of the global deployment of IoT devices is that they provide a fertile breeding ground for IoT botnets.  ...  Due to the magnitude of such an attack, legacy security systems are not able to provide adequate protection. The impact ranges from loss of revenue for businesses to endangering public safety.  ...  Acknowledgements This research begins with a literature review to identify research gaps on this topic, followed by research and design of experiments to test the hypothesis, then with an implementation  ... 
doi:10.18745/th.24127 fatcat:miik23ntg5eypgyvr6jyhzm6c4

ACCELERANDO: ACCELERANDO: BELGRADE JOURNAL OF MUSIC AND DANCE BELGRADE JOURNAL OF MUSIC AND DANCE ISSUE 1 ISSUE 1 Editor-in-Chief

Maja Marijan, Editorial Board, Aleksandar Prnjat, Milovan Zdravkovic, Milos Marijan, Petr Silkin, Iivi Zajedova, Blanka Bogunovic, Ratko Delorko, Marina Markovic, Anna Galikowska-Gajewska, Vera Obradovic (+9 others)
2016 unpublished
Everyone dances with an equal masculine force and feminine subtleness and softness of movement.  ...  An arrow indicates the same day. *Not in Final Review Analysis.  ... 
fatcat:nmzjohsfuban7ahnycuziuyjrm

MYKOLO ROMERIO UNIVERSITETO VIEŠOJO SAUGUMO FAKULTETAS VISUOMENĖS SAUGUMAS IR VIEŠOJI TVARKA (13) Mokslinių straipsnių rinkinys PUBLIC SECURITY AND PUBLIC ORDER (13) Scientific articles Kaunas 2015

Paulo Fernando, Violante De Oliveira
unpublished
topics and explanation of errors even in cases when errors are made while teaching topics not associated with spelling.  ...  Considering this situation, it was difficult for respondents to find and correct linguistic errors. Least amount of errors (9 errors) was made by 2 respondents.  ...  The police officers intuitive typology has many similar features with social scientist typologies, especially types as "psychopath", "narcissist", "drug abuser".  ... 
fatcat:mwaategcebc6rjrnvs2acq7nre
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