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Managing the Security of Nursing Data in the Electronic Health Record

Mahnaz Samadbeik, Zahra Gorzin, Masomeh Khoshkam, Masoud Roudbari Abstract Background: The Electronic Health Record (EHR) is a patient care information resource for clinicians and nursing documentation is an essential part of comprehensive patient care. Ensuring privacy and the security of health information is a key component to building the trust required to realize the potential [...]

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Importance of Dental Records in Forensic Dental Identification

Petro Waleed, Feras Baba, Salem Alsulami, Bassel Tarakji Abstract Introduction: The patient's record maintains all the diagnostic information with regards to patients and contains valuable information that can be beneficial to the dentist as well as legal authorities during forensic human identification. Aim: Objective of the study was to compare dental records with an ideal [...]

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Value Innovation in Hospital: Increase Organizational IQ by Managing Intellectual Capitals

Mahtab Karami, Mashallah Torabi Abstract Hospital is a complex organization rich in intellectual capitals. Effective management of these assets in line with innovating value to reach strategic goals and objectives can lead to increasing organizational IQ. In hospital with high organizational IQ, Increasing syntropy in intellectual capitals can convert it to an agile, learner, innovative, [...]

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Predictors of Patients’ Satisfaction with Health Care Services in Three Balkan Countries (Macedonia, Bulgaria and Serbia): a Cross Country Survey

Vladimir Lazarevik, Blasko Kasapinov Abstract Background: Patients' satisfaction with provided healthcare services is one of the factors to measure the overall quality of the delivered health care. Main objective of our study was to determine the common predictors associated with patients and lsquo;satisfaction in three Balkan countries. Methods: We conducted web based survey among population [...]

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Early Prenatal Diagnosis of Thoracopagus Twins by Ultrasound

Mahmoud Alkhateeb, Mahmoud Mashaqbeh, Sami Magableh, Rafiq Hadad, Quteiba Nseer, Abdelkhaleg Alshboul Abstract Introduction: Conjoined twins are identical twins joined in utero. It's a rare phenomenon and present a unique challenge to obstetricians and pediatric surgeons. Conjoined twins are complex complication of monozygotic twinning, which is associated with high perinatal mortality. Case report: At our [...]

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Work-related Mental Consequences: Implications of Burnout on Mental Health Status Among Health Care Providers

Ioanna V. Papathanasiou Abstract Introduction: Burnout can create problems in every aspect of individual's' human life. It may have an adverse effect on interpersonal and family relations and can lead to a general negative attitude towards life. Aim: The purpose of this study is to investigate whether burnout is associated with the mental health status [...]

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The Relationship Between Perceived Stress and Computer Technology Attitude: an Application on Health Sciences Students

Pakize Ozyurek, Nuray Oztasan, Ibrahim Kilic Abstract Introduction: The aim of this study is to define attitudes of students in health sciences towards perceived personal stress and computer technologies, and to present the relationship between stress and computer technology attitudes. Methods: In this scope, this study has a descriptive nature and thus a questionnaire has [...]

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The Effect of Applying Podcast Multimedia Teaching System on Motivational Achievement and Learning Among the Boy Students

Ali Yazdanpanah Nozari, Hasan Siamian Abstract Background: Traditional education classes are no more effective because they are tied to a particular place and time. Podcast complete the defection of other educational resources. In this study we aimed to address whether utilizing podcast multimedia training system has an effect on the motivational achievement and students learning [...]

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Minimum Data Set for Cystic Fibrosis Registry: a Case Study in Iran

Leila R Kalankesh,, Saeed Dastgiri,, Mandana Rafeey,, Narmin Rasouli, Leila Vahedi Abstract Background: over the last 25 years several national registries of CF have been set up. Such systems can be very useful in providing an integrated resource for improving patient care and conducting research on the disease. Minimum Data Set is a common set [...]

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