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How One University Harnessed Internal Knowledge and Expertise to Effectively Combat the COVID-19 Pandemic

Brent Ruben, Antonio Calcado, Vicente Gracias, Jennifer St.Pierre, Brian Strom
2022 Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management  
the importance of a disciplined approach to information and communication that takes full advantage of internal resources and expertise.  ...  The successful health and safety outcomes that have resulted are no small feat when considering New Jersey and New York were the epicenter for the first east coast surge of the American COVID-19 Pandemic  ...  The National and State Context In late January 2020, many in the U.S. became aware of the novel coronavirus first detected in China when news arrived that a case had been confirmed in Washington state  ... 
doi:10.34190/ejkm.20.1.2439 fatcat:le5f4ldacjhchmmx5s2377mn2a

HKGB: An Inclusive, Extensible, Intelligent, Semi-auto-constructed Knowledge Graph Framework for Healthcare with Clinicians' Expertise Incorporated

Yong Zhang, Ming Sheng, Rui Zhou, Ye Wang, Guangjie Han, Han Zhang, Chunxiao Xing, Jing Dong
2020 Information Processing & Management  
C1 dataset has 800,000 medical records of 50,000 cardiovascular patients in a hospital from 2004 to 2015, 3.2GB structured data and 4TB image data.  ...  In 3.4, we highlight the theoretical and practical implications of our research.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2020.102324 fatcat:ueralf7xdrbylbpavn63gya6w4

The Effects of Expertise on the Hindsight Bias

Melissa A. Z. Knoll, Hal R. Arkes
2016 Journal of Behavioral Decision Making  
I present data from three experiments in which I explored the effects of expertise on the hindsight bias.  ...  The effects of expertise on hindsight bias can be attributed to variations in feelings of knowing.  ...  Furthermore, experts store or "index" these chunks of information in long-term memory and are able to access them when necessary.  ... 
doi:10.1002/bdm.1950 fatcat:mosay6divbaefk2kblwt27efqm

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2020 Governing through Expertise  
technologies seriously when we evaluated the hype against four measurements: (1) the number of citations recorded in the scientific literature; Green Goo (2) the number of nano-related patents being  ...  When gmos (genetically modified organisms) meet Atomically Modified Matter, life and living will never be the same.  ...  The main government organizations sponsoring nanotech in Japan are the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (miti), the Science and Technology Agency (sta), and Monbusho (the Ministry of Education  ... 
doi:10.1017/9781108921060.009 fatcat:t4nqtfxvuvhdxhrzvjwnlemvsy

Strengthening expertise for health technology assessment and priority-setting in Africa

Jane E Doherty, Thomas Wilkinson, Ijeoma Edoka, Karen Hofman
2017 Global Health Action  
These would help to meet the priority-setting needs of African countries and contribute to sustainable universal health coverage.  ...  Conclusions: Research organisations have an important role to play in contributing to the development of health technology assessment and priority-setting capacity.  ...  Also, provide concrete examples of how HTA could be incorporated into decision-making. (3) Use occasions such as the meetings of HTA and related societies to disseminate information on the practical use  ... 
doi:10.1080/16549716.2017.1370194 pmid:29035166 pmcid:PMC5700536 fatcat:jx2hvb4udjfvfj5546wm7gzfim

Losing deference in the FDA's second century: judicial review, politics, and a diminished legacy of expertise

James T O'Reilly
2008 Cornell law review  
Rutherford further confirmed the FDA's broad jurisdiction. 27 In that case, terminally ill patients sued the FDA for access to medications that the FDA had not yet approved, asserting that their status  ...  In order to meet these goals, Congress gave the FDA additional funds in the form of drug sponsor application fees.  ...  ] than any agency had ever received in a rulemaking proceeding." 277 Deference to the FDA's interpretation of the statutory terms at issue was crucial for the Agency to retain jurisdiction over cigarettes  ... 
pmid:18618965 fatcat:e7vtxkbedjandie4zn7nz4ugd4

New Trends in Medical Education During and Post COVID-19 Pandemic

Pushpa Potaliya, Surajit Ghatak
2020 European Journal of Medical and Health Sciences  
This sudden emerged crisis of COVID-19 pandemic has forced the medical units globally with practical and logistical trial and apprehensions for patient wellbeing.  ...  impending consequences in Post COVID-19 era for the future of medical education.  ...  The configuration of medical education in India chiefly gyrates around two practices that is between basic instruction in the classroom and patient-centered teaching in the clinic.  ... 
doi:10.24018/ejmed.2020.2.3.275 fatcat:szauqxo44nawdf5qbqrv4ih4ka

Meeting the challenges of spinal cord injury care following sudden onset disaster: lessons learned

A Burns, C O'Connell, F Rathore
2012 Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine  
Meeting the needs of individuals with spinal cord injuries is particularly challenging when disaster strikes a low resource environment. clinicians who care for spinal cord injuries can learn from prior  ...  Here we 1) discuss challenges associated with SCI in the context of a disaster, and 2) outline how the international community can contribute to the care and well-being of individuals impacted by such  ...  Typhoon Ketsana in Vietnam, and highlighting resources developed following the 2008 earthquake in Sichuan Province, China.  ... 
doi:10.2340/16501977-0974 pmid:22549649 fatcat:expt75v3gjbybcbo7maxsqljme

Between Party, People, and Profession: The Many Faces of the 'Doctor' during the Cultural Revolution

Miriam Gross
2018 Medical history  
This fragile conceptual nexus had fallen apart by the end of the Maoist era (1976), but the evidence of new medical syntheses shows the diverse range of alliances that become possible under the rubric  ...  and a medical apprenticeship for barefoot doctors; and both counted on the local medical knowledge of indigenous healers.  ...  its original specialisations and pooled expertise to meet the true needs of the villagers (see Table 1 ).  ... 
doi:10.1017/mdh.2018.23 pmid:29886861 fatcat:jncpuqqa5rglhdphtf6n4md6ky

Greenway Medical Technologies: Challenging the Goliaths in Electronic Medical Records

Tracy Dunbar, Richard T. Watson, Marie-Claude Boudreau
2007 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
The case also describes the electronic medical record systems industry and the key drivers impacting the growth of this industry and healthcare delivery in the United States.  ...  This case examines the business development and strategic expansion of Greenway Medical Technologies, a software company delivering electronic healthcare solutions to physicians operating small practices  ...  Once the patient is checked in, the doctor will meet with the patient and proceed with an exam and evaluation.  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.01902 fatcat:dzpxlgucwjeebl35defi5gkqbm

Global opportunities and obligations for Australian general practice

Michael R Kidd
2014 Medical Journal of Australia  
meet the needs of the nation.  ...  strong rural medical workforce. 9,10 9,10 With 800 million people living in rural areas, the government of China recognises that one of its biggest challenges is training the family doctor workforce to  ...  Competing interests: I am president of the World Organization of Family Doctors (WONCA) and a past president of the RACGP. Provenance: Commissioned; externally peer reviewed.  ... 
doi:10.5694/mja14.00787 fatcat:qyo5kaucbvc5xhcqvddc44d5uq

Asymmetrical Relationship Construction in Medical Interactions - A Case Study of Advice-giving in Mandarin Chinese

Li Chuntao
2020 Communication and Linguistics Studies  
This study aims to contribute to the understanding of dynamic relationship construction and advice-giving practices in medical encounters.  ...  In medical contexts, a professional's advice is given with displays of higher epistemic authority, but it may meet with resistances as a result of contingencies in the diagnosis or treatment process.  ...  Acknowledgements This article is funded by the program of Youth Fund for Humanities and Social Sciences Research, Ministry of Education titled "A Conversation Analytic Study of Question-Response Sequence  ... 
doi:10.11648/j.cls.20200601.13 fatcat:mhjjtz6j6jgv5f3l5tgubxhssy

Medical Rehabilitation After Natural Disasters: Why, When, and How?

Farooq A. Rathore, James E. Gosney, Jan D. Reinhardt, Andrew J. Haig, Jianan Li, Joel A. DeLisa
2012 Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  
This report aims to stimulate development of research and practice in the emerging discipline of disaster rehabilitation within organizations that provide medical rehabilitation services during the postdisaster  ...  Medical rehabilitation after natural disasters: why, when, and how? Arch Phys Med Rehabil 2012;93: 1875-81.  ...  long-distance peacetime transfer of patients in China. 44 The shortage of trained rehabilitation professionals was addressed by mobilizing professionals from other parts of the country, training hospital  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.apmr.2012.05.018 pmid:22676904 fatcat:cfunaqtvz5fkxep7uz4ifgru4i

Impact of a Multidisciplinary eBoard on the Management of Patients With Complex Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Kevin P Quinn, Breanne L Prothero, Jennifer M Russell, Ryan J Hegge, Alexander G von Bormann, Putchalee A Larson, Sara N Christofferson, Thomas C Smyrk, Kellie L Mathis, Ajit H Goenka, Shannon P Sheedy, David H Bruining (+3 others)
2019 Crohn's & Colitis 360  
Conclusions This study supports the role of IBD multidisciplinary conferences in the management of patients with complex IBD.  ...  Background We aim to assess the impact of a multidisciplinary inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) conference on the management of patients with complex IBD.  ...  Of these, 5 were presented via video conference without access to their electronic medical records for chart review. In the other 7 patients, recommendations were provided, but no follow-up occurred.  ... 
doi:10.1093/crocol/otz013 fatcat:o56lea4ju5hfff7lhrci3pmcae

Developing evidenced-based quality assessment checklist for real practice in primary health care using standardized patients: a systematic review

Jianjian Wang, Shuaixiang Zhao, Dong Roman Xu, Janne Estill, Meng Lv, Siya Zhao, Ming Zhang, Yiyuan Cai, Jing Liao, Yun Lu, Ruixin Wang, Xiaohui Wang (+1 others)
2021 Annals of Palliative Medicine  
Discussion: SP has been proven to be an effective method to assess performance in practice. There are still some deficiencies in the developing of case-specific checklists using SPs.  ...  The aim of this review was to explore the quality assessment checklists development methods in previous researches using standardized patients (SPs), as well as to propose an evidence-based checklist development  ...  the practicality and accessibility of checklists.  ... 
doi:10.21037/apm-21-712 fatcat:5s3dbeibavdmrc7csgrnosrgty
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