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Page 40 of Psychiatric Opinion Vol. 15, Issue 4 [page]

1978 Psychiatric Opinion  
The temptation to view a clinical case consultation from the perspec- tive of a systems-oriented mental health consultant is often over- whelming, particularly for the psychiatrist who enjoys working from  ...  Systems Consultant Versus Case-Oriented Consultant In an excellent summary article Lipowski has defined the inherent conflict between psychiatric- therapeutic consultation and com- munity mental health  ... 

Beauty Clinic Information Systems Based on Android

Anita Hidayati, Widiatama Rahayu
Therefore, the authors make the application of information systems based on the android beauty clinic Esthedica Face and Body Treatments using GRAPPLE (Guideliness for Rapid Application Engineering) method  ...  Through this application also customers can make booking treatment or consultation with a doctor.  ...  Then the system will display a list of patient medical records. On the booking menu, the user can order treatment and consultation doctor.  ... 
doi:10.32722/multinetics.v5i1.1465 fatcat:tnkprwcbjjgbtl7dwdmr7ymmka

Using the computer in the clinical consultation; setting the stage, reviewing, recording, and taking actions: multi-channel video study

P. Kumarapeli, S. de Lusignan
2013 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Ethics approval The study was approved by the National Research Ethics Service (NRES) for the recording of live consultations (reference number: 06/Q1702/139).  ...  Patients and clinicians all gave written consent before and after their consultations. Provenance and peer review Not commissioned; externally peer reviewed.  ...  EPR systems' design features influenced the time taken to achieve common consultation tasks.  ... 
doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2012-001081 pmid:23242763 pmcid:PMC3715353 fatcat:trnbe42akjfsxll2u4xmk3afea

Usability of Telemedicine Mobile Applications during COVID-19 in Saudi Arabia: A Heuristic Evaluation of Patient User Interfaces

Raniah N. Aldekhyyel, Jwaher A. Almulhem, Samar Binkheder
2021 Healthcare  
We conducted the evaluations in April 2020 and in June 2021 by identifying positive app features, using Nielsen's ten usability heuristics with a five-point severity rating scale, and documenting redesign  ...  Conclusions: our findings indicate that all three apps have a room for improving their user interface designs to improve the overall user experience and to ensure the continuity of these services beyond  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank King Saud University for their scientific support.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9111574 pmid:34828620 pmcid:PMC8621959 fatcat:c5mo5g6d2vfojl26jut7t6zupi

Alcoholism consultation and liaison in a general hospital

E Rabinowitz
1983 Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine  
, free will, choice, self-induced problems, time and progression of symptoms and presentations of an illness, with ongoing beliefs about the stigma of alcoholism and the criteria for defining it as an  ...  illness, medical or psychiatric.  ...  to train this multiclinic community-oriented medical social system.  ... 
pmid:6573217 pmcid:PMC1911610 fatcat:5l2aurpswfhs5kgre4ervwugre

Obtaining useful information from expert based sources

D. C Slawson, A. F Shaughnessy
1997 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
If the answer to all three questions is yes, then the information is a common POEM (patient oriented evidence that matters), capable of improving the lives of your patients and must be evaluated for validity  ...  Both members of the team, clinicians and experts, must take responsibility for their respective roles.  ...  Integration with medical record systems is likely to be an essential feature for future information retrieval systems working at the point of care, but considerable further developments are needed for  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.314.7085.947 pmid:9099121 pmcid:PMC2126390 fatcat:vmpe4kbhtvaefagwg5axvog2s4

Use of super-concepts to customize electronic medical records data display

P Massari, S Pereira, B Thirion, A Derville, S J Darmoni
2008 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
In these applications the more common presentation is a time oriented one, which does not allow easily for data and information retrieval.  ...  Patient medical record systems (MRS) merely offer static applications, in which mostly unstructured text is linked to coded data.  ...  those which have links with : ICD10 codes of stays CDAM and CCAM codes for therapeutic and diagnosis procedures ADICAP for pathological exams Service points for medical consultations • These queries allow  ... 
pmid:18487837 fatcat:hqxpnec6pzflhoskaikqqgqgsq

Introduction to the Department of Medical Information Science of Osaka University Hospital

H. Takeda
2003 IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics  
Telemedicine and remote consultation Telemedicine is a cost-effective form of medical practice for rural area patients and a quick and easy method for primary care clinicians to get expert consultations  ...  The EPROU features 1) physicians' direct structured data entry, 2) multi-modal output of registered clinical data and 3) dynamic problem oriented system.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0038-1638166 fatcat:jfeusbyumjcrxg7o72qxmbmziq

Design of Multimedia Global PACS CORBA Environment [chapter]

Ralph Martinez, Sheau-Ling Hsieh
1996 Distributed Platforms  
Keywords remote consultation and diagnosis, database management system, database archive system, viewing workstations, object-oriented distributed computing, client-server architecture. A.  ...  Designing distributed Global PACS applications, based on the CORBA specification, will feature an open, heterogeneous, and scalable architecture.  ...  The Global PACS applications support real-time, image, audio/voice, and compressed video COl. .munications for medical diagnosis and consultation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-34947-3_16 fatcat:yl6ihydh5jb2riqdckamqefnk4

Patients With Somatoform Disorders Are Prone to Expensive and Potentially Harmful Medical Procedures - Results of a Retrospective Cohort Study Over 15 Years

Antonius Schneider, Ewan Donnachie, Stephan Zipfel, Paul Enck
2021 Deutsches Ärzteblatt International  
Patients with functional somatic syndromes (FSS) might be prone to potentially harmful medical investigations in ambulatory care.  ...  The relative risk (RR) for FSS patients to undergo X-ray reached 1.48 (95% confidence interval 1.46- 1.50), for CT scans it was 2.01 (1.94-2.08), MRI 1.91 (1.87-1.96), and outpatient surgery 1.30 (1.27  ...  The interrelation of core competencies, and essential application features characterises the discipline and underlines the complexity of the specialty.  ... 
doi:10.3238/arztebl.m2021.0135 pmid:33814040 pmcid:PMC8381614 fatcat:y5kwvmttqjd3di3oeiurysnwhi

Engaging Stakeholders to Design an Intelligent Decision Support Tool in the Occupational Health Context

Xipei Ren, Gabriele Spina, Babs Faber, Anna Geraedts
2020 Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems  
To demonstrate these insights, we developed the concept of an AI-based OH consultation, called ConsultAI.  ...  ConsultAI is a conversational assistant that can provide real-time decision support to OH physicians during clinical interviews.  ...  As shown in Figure 1 , ConsultAI features a dashboard with a chatbot assistant that can be used during the OH consult.  ... 
doi:10.1145/3334480.3383061 dblp:conf/chi/RenSFG20 fatcat:lhdftqbkgveu7jrqwhmn62mwxm

Building a CTU Orientation Handbook iPad® application for first-year residents

James Chan, Isabelle Desjardins, Babak Rashidi, Di Maria Jiang, Fan Yang
2019 Canadian Medical Education Journal  
, and 94% were comfortable using mobile technology for medical education.  ...  The General Internal Medicine Clinical Teaching Unit (CTU) is a challenging rotation for new residents and the optimal format of orientation has not been determined.  ...  We will also discuss the impact of this study on future orientation app development, and for medical education in general.  ... 
doi:10.36834/cmej.42935 fatcat:qv2lh5y7irbznjsr3mj3ewgs6e

From the Editor's Desk

Douglas W. Blayney
2005 Journal of Oncology Practice  
Peter Drucker, the noted management consultant, writes that he once consulted for a business enterprise that was drowning in paperwork. His counsel was to halt all management reports for two months.  ...  This second issue of the Journal features electronic health records. It's worth reminding ourselves of the roles of medical records.  ...  For chronic conditions-when a patient has multiple problems with input by multiple providers over time-the Weed system poorly meets our information needs.  ... 
doi:10.1200/ pmid:20871676 pmcid:PMC2793568 fatcat:ddh4jaiiqrft7cxhcxyaeniiau

What Is Primary Care Informatics?

S. de Lusignan
2003 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
The authors thank Dr Nikki Shaw and Professor Frank Sullivan for their helpful comments.  ...  The authors also thank the members of the Primary Care Informatics group for their forbearance as this definition evolved. They are named at: <>.  ...  Lorenzi 25 offers a role-oriented definition for medical informatics.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m1187 pmid:12668690 pmcid:PMC181979 fatcat:kysgpoums5e63bbjdzytaq2oda

Multi-disciplinary collaboration during ward rounds: Embodied aspects of electronic medical record usage

Cecily Morrison, Geraldine Fitzpatrick, Alan Blackwell
2011 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
We also illustrated how the electronic medical record initially fails to support a similar non-verbal interaction system, but with some adjustments over time, the ward round team re-establishes a functioning  ...  from many disciplines collaborate to care for patients with complex illnesses.  ...  At this time the recorded audio indicated a shift in topic. The charts provide a similar resource for the consultant to indicate a change in topic.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2011.01.007 pmid:21334969 fatcat:5vicvamimrebzp5fmpaktwvggm
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