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The memory assessment clinics scale for epilepsy (MAC-E): A brief measure of subjective cognitive complaints in epilepsy

Margaret Miller, Ryan Honomichl, Brittany Lapin, Thomas Hogan, Nicholas Thompson, William B. Barr, Daniel Friedman, Erica Sieg, Stephan Schuele, Selin Yagci Kurtish, , Katia Lin, Samuel Wiebe, Lara Jehi & Robyn M. Busch
The aim of this study was to conduct item reduction of the Memory Assessment Clinics Self-Rating Scale (MAC-S) to create a briefer measure that can be used to quickly evaluate subjective memory complaints in patients with epilepsy. Method: A total of 1333 adults with focal epilepsy completed the original 49-item MAC-S. The sample was randomly split into three subsamples, and a series of analyses (i.e. exploratory factor analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and item response theory...

Patient_as_a_Scribe-Intern_3_Use-cases

Hans Hendrickx & Omid Daqiq
This presentation reports on three use cases for a patient-controlled intervention, MP50, to improve workflows in Medicine: 1. Urgent admission, 2. Registration, and 3. Covid-19. The intervention entails the online preparation of patients before contact with health care workers. The intervention improves the appointment by providing medical information on a silver platter, handoff duration, and mass admissions processing. In the Netherlands, the time saved is equivalent to over 5000 full-time physicians each year, which is...

Associations of Sleep Measures with Retinal Microvascular Diameters among Police Officers

Claudia C Ma, Ja K Gu, Michael E Andrew, , John M Violanti, Barbara Klein, Cathy Tinney-Zara &
We examined cross-sectional associations of sleep measures with central retinal artery equivalent (CRAE) and central retinal vein equivalent (CRVE) and investigated whether sex and race/ethnicity modified these associations. Participants (N = 202; 78% white; 71% men) were enrolled in the Buffalo Cardio-metabolic Occupational Police Stress study (2011–2014). Wrist actigraphy was used to assess sleep measures including sleep duration, sleep efficiency, sleep onset latency, wake after sleep onset, number of awakenings, and longest wake episode. CRAE...

Impact of select PPE design elements and repeated laundering in firefighter protection from smoke exposure

Alexander C. Mayer, Gavin P. Horn, Kenneth W. Fent, Steve J. Bertke, Steve Kerber, Richard M. Kesler, Hannah Newman & Denise L. Smith
As the Fire Service becomes more aware of the potential health effects from occupational exposure to hazardous contaminants, personal protective equipment (PPE) manufacturers, and fire departments have responded by developing and implementing improved means of firefighter protection, including more frequent laundering of PPE after exposures. While laboratory testing of new PPE designs and the effect of laundering on PPE fabric provides a useful way to evaluate these approaches, laboratory scale testing does not necessarily translate...

Validation of the Greek version of the Abbreviated Mental Test Score: Preliminary findings for cognitively impaired patients of different etiology

Dionysios Tafiadis, Nafsika Ziavra, Alexandra Prentza, Vassiliki Siafaka, Vasiliki Zarokanellou, Louiza Voniati & Spyridon Konitsiotis
Screening people’s cognitive skills have been proven essential for reference to full assessment. These methods include short scales, such as the Abbreviated Mental Test Score (AMTS). The AMTS is a valid 10-item questionnaire that has been translated into many languages, but not in Greek yet. The aim of this study is the validation of the Greek version of the AMTS with an additional estimation of its cutoff scores. About 132 individuals [60 controls and 72...

Supplementary Data 2 for Kevrekidis et al., 2020, fossil cichlids

Charalampos Kevrekidis, Bernhard Ruthensteiner, Alexander F. Cerwenka & Bettina Reichenbacher
Supplementary Data 2:Materials and Methods, Tables S5–S10, Figures S1–S3, Discussion

Análise Descritiva: Casos fechados (cura ou óbito) de pacientes com COVID-19 no Brasil contabilizados até 31 de agosto de 2020

José Figuerêdo
Tabela suplementar da análise descritiva presente no artigo submetido ao CBIS 2020. A tabela contempla todos os atributos utilizado na construção do modelo preditivo para realização de prognóstico de pacientes com COVID-19.

Análise Descritiva: Casos fechados (cura ou óbito) de pacientes com COVID-19 no Brasil contabilizados até 31 de agosto de 2020

José Figuerêdo
Tabela suplementar da análise descritiva presente no artigo submetido ao CBIS 2020. A tabela contempla todos os atributos utilizado na construção do modelo preditivo para realização de prognóstico de pacientes com COVID-19.

Regarding the English: The Certificate in ELS Language Center Certified at Level 9. (Siming Zheng_for HKUST)

Supporting English document:
The Certificate of Nine-level Certified Intensive Programme in English, ELS Language Center.
1. This ELS certificate is divided into the levels 3 to 9, and the highest level is 9.
2. I passed the final exam at level 9 and obtained the ELS certificate, which was certified at level 9.
Status: Passed and Awarded
Location: ELS Language Center, Kuala Lumpur City, Malaysia
Thank you for your reference.

Best regards,
Applicant: Siming Zheng

Regarding the English: The Certificate in ELS Language Center Certified at Level 9. (Siming Zheng_for HKUST)

Supporting English document:
The Certificate of Nine-level Certified Intensive Programme in English, ELS Language Center.
1. This ELS certificate is divided into the levels 3 to 9, and the highest level is 9.
2. I passed the final exam at level 9 and obtained the ELS certificate, which was certified at level 9.
Status: Passed and Awarded
Location: ELS Language Center, Kuala Lumpur City, Malaysia
Thank you for your reference.

Best regards,
Applicant: Siming Zheng

Volume 1 of the Proceedings of the joint meeting of the 12th International Conference on Measuring Behavior and the 6th Seminar on Behavioral Methods to be held in Krakow, Poland, October 15-18 2021.

Andrew Spink, , Anne-Marie Brouwer, Gernot Riedel &
This is volume 1 of the Measuring Behavior 2020-21 Conference. Volume 2 will follow when the conference takes place in October 2021. www.measuringbehavior.org.

Metadata supporting the article: Semaphorin 7a is a biomarker for recurrence in postpartum breast cancer

Virginia F Borges, , Chloe Young, Jaron Maggard, Hannah Parris, & Traci R Lyons
Postpartum breast cancer (PPBC), is currently defined as a breast cancer diagnosis occurring within ten years following childbirth. PPBCs have high risk for metastasis. In pre-clinical murine models, semaphorin 7a (SEMA7A) drives the metastatic potential of postpartum mammary tumors. In this study, the authors hypothesized that SEMA7A may drive metastasis of PPBC in women.
Data access: The data generated and analysed during the current study are not publicly available to protect patient privacy, but will be...

Committed and “Won Over” Parents in Vancouver’s Dense Family-Oriented Urbanism

Louis L. Thomas
As North American cities revitalize, policies generally assume high density will attract the childless, overlooking the needs of families with children. Here I examine the case of Vancouver (British Columbia, Canada), where since 1989 policies have explicitly supported parents in central densifying areas. Between 1996 and 2016, the city overall had a slight decline in children under 15. In contrast, the Downtown peninsula experienced a 171% increase for this age group, which is double the...

Emerging from uncertainty: International perspectives on the impact of COVID-19 on university research (Full report)

Mattia Fosci, Lucia Loffreda, Andrea Chiarelli, Dan King, Rob Johnson, Ian Carter & Mark Hochman
This report, commissioned by Springer Nature, summarises the findings of a study that has examined the evidence of current and long-term impacts of COVID-19 on research activities within universities.
This work focusses on two higher education systems, in the UK and Australia, which are particularly reliant on international student fees to cross-subsidise research. However, many of the findings are equally applicable to higher education and research systems globally, as are the risks of failing to protect...

MP50 Short Pitch How Patients Help Health Care

Hans Hendrickx & Omid Daqiq
MP50-app allows the patient to create and maintain a lifelong medical dossier. The patient shares the dossier during each contact with health care workers, is always up to date, controlled by the patient self, the source of all medical data.The effect of MP50-app is time-saving during appointments while ensuring the source's best information, i.e., the patient.MP50 is open source and multilingual, with many use cases. It does not diagnose; it helps present the symptoms and...

Supplemental Material

Daniel Weiman, Farid H. Mahmud, Antoine B.M. Clarke, Esther Assor, Charlotte McDonald, Fred Saibil, Heather A. Lochnan, & Margaret A. Marcon
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Collective efficacy review methodology

Methodology for systematic review on measures of collective efficacy.

SAC21 Conversational AI supplementary material

Daniel Strüber
Includes the feature matrix and further supplementary information for the SAC21 paper "A Maturity Assessment Framework for Conversational AI Development Platforms"

Consensus statement on the content of clinical reasoning curricula in undergraduate medical education

Nicola Cooper, Maggie Bartlett, Simon Gay, Anna Hammond, Mark Lillicrap, Joanna Matthan &
Effective clinical reasoning is required for safe patient care. Students and postgraduate trainees largely learn the knowledge, skills and behaviours required for effective clinical reasoning implicitly, through experience and apprenticeship. There is a growing consensus that medical schools should teach clinical reasoning in a way that is explicitly integrated into courses throughout each year, adopting a systematic approach consistent with current evidence. However, the clinical reasoning literature is ‘fragmented’ and can be difficult for medical...

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Yasushi Matsuyama
In the pre- and post-clinical clerkship mentorship, students were asked to elaborate on their future self-image as professionals and compare their current and future selves to strengthen self-reflection under mentor support. Learners were aided in articulating their values and norms about medical professionalism by using Professional Identity Essay (PIE) (Kalet et al., 2017; 2018), a self-administered questionnaire with 9 questions relevant to PIF. This encouraged mentors to understand the developmental stage of each learner's professionalism...

User Perspectives on the News Personalisation Process: Agency, Trust and Utility as Building Blocks

Cristina Monzer, Judith Moeller, Natali Helberger & Sarah Eskens
With the increasing use of algorithms in news distribution, commentators warn about its possible impacts on the changing relationship between the news media and news readers. To understand the meaning of news personalisation strategies to users, we investigated how they currently experience news personalisation, perceive their role in the personalisation process, and envision increasing the utility of personalised news by giving users more agency and fostering trust. We conducted four focus groups with online news...

Analisis Sistem Panas Bumi Daerah Ciniru dan Bantarkawung untuk Pengembangan Kawasan Berkesinambungan

Sachrul Iswahyudi, &
This publication is part of the research results published at a national seminar organized by the Nahdlatul Ulama Purwokerto University with the theme "Acceleration of Food Technology and Rural Industry in 2019.

A regional-scale assessment of micro-organic contaminants in shallow groundwater in the Pearl River Delta, China

, Bing Zhou, , , Ying Zhang, , &
Industrialization and urban expansion can result in the contamination of shallow groundwater by micro-organics (MO) in the Pearl River Delta (PRD), China. This study provides a regional scale assessment of MO contaminants in shallow groundwater in the PRD, investigating the occurrence and distribution of different compound groups, highlighting the relationship between MOs and aquifers, and between MOs and land-use. The main influence of the vadose zone and regional socioeconomic development on each relationship is also...

Os clusters de inovação: em foco o Instituto Metrópole Digital

, Marcelo Minghelli, Anderson Paiva Cruz &
O II Seminário Nacional de Gestão da Informação e do Conhecimento objetiva fomentar as discussões qualificadas, a integração entre as universidades e o aprimoramento da produção acadêmica sobre essa temática de grande relevância nacional e internacional. Com o tema Gestão da Informação e do Conhecimento: inovação e desafios contemporâneos, o evento pretende reunir estudantes, profissionais e pesquisadores interessados na Gestão da Informação e do Conhecimento a partir da perspectiva da Ciência da Informação e de...

ΑΠΟ ΤΗΝ «ΠΡΟΣΩΠΟ-ΜΕ-ΠΡΟΣΩΠΟ» ΣΤΗ ΔΙΑΔΙΚΤΥΑΚΗ ΜΑΘΗΣΗ: ΑΞΙΟΛΟΓΗΣΗ ΤΗΣ ΑΠΟΤΕΛΕΣΜΑΤΙΚΟΤΗΤΑΣ ΤΗΣ ΤΑΧΕΙΑΣ ΜΕΤΑΒΑΣΗΣ ΣΤΗN ΑΝΩΤΑΤΗ ΕΚΠΑΙΔΕΥΣΗ ΛΟΓΩ ΤΗΣ ΕΞΑΡΣΗΣ ΤΟΥ ΚΟΡΟΝΟΪΟΥ

Nicos Souleles, Andrew Laghos & Stefania Savva
Στις αρχές του 2020, το ξέσπασμα του κορονοϊού ανάγκασεnτα Ανώτατα Εκπαιδευτικά Ιδρύματα (ΑΕΙ) σε όλοn τον κόσμο να ακυρώσουν τη διδασκαλία στις πανεπιστημιουπόλεις και να πραγματοποιούν ένα πλήθος μαθημάτων από απόσταση. Αυτή η μετάβαση έγινε σε σύντομο χρονικό διάστημα επειδή κρίθηκε απαραίτητο να διατηρηθεί η συνέχεια της παροχής διδασκαλίας και μάθησης. Ακόμα και σε κανονικές συνθήκες, δηλαδή σε περιόδους που δεν απαιτούν βιαστική εφαρμογή της εξ αποστάσεως μάθησης, υπάρχουν πολλές προκλήσεις που σχετίζονται με την...

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