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Back to school: A review of medical courses starting in September and October
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Haralabos Papatheodorou:

"Translation manuals and pre-recorded audio instructions were explored and assessed in the study to address the issue of language barrier, as identified in the survey. They were utilised by radiographers to acquire CXRs in full inspiration, for dormitory residents who do not share a common language.  Page 6 of 8After the implementation of pre-recorded audio instructions, radiographers have successfully achieved fully-inspired CXRs for 92.3% of suspected COVID-19 patients. This was evident by a decrease in the reject rate for CXR, coupled with an audit that proved that the quality of CXR remained. This confirmed that pre-recorded audio instructions was an efficient proposed intervention, despite serving as a form of one-way communication tool to the patients. Overall, these findings showed that better communication led to more accurate imaging results, corresponding to existing literature on communication experiences between healthcare professionals and patients. Moreover, the decreased rejection rate of CXRs had increased department efficiency and radiographers’ confidence, consequently reducing departmental expenses in the long run."

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OTpedia is an on-line information and educational resource for the medical imaging and informatics community. Topics cover a variety of subjects including PACS, DICOM, and HL7. OTpedia is a helpful tool for expanding your knowledge base or preparing for the various professional certifications in the healthcare technology field.

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The pandemic exposed the critical obstacles to care faced by many minority communities in the West.
Haralabos Papatheodorou:

"The global pandemic shone a spotlight on some of the critical obstacles minorities face when it comes to accessing essential medical services in the West."

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The world is facing an unprecedented crisis of information. COVID-19 has triggered a global response by governments, aid agencies, and health workers. The pandemic is fueled by what the WHO calls an infodemic. People aren’t getting enough reliable, accurate and timely information that they can understand and use to best protect themselves. Everyone needs reliable COVID-19 information in a language and a format that they understand. Responders need to be able to listen to people to understand
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Pipettes and pipettors are fundamental components of lab experiments and are ever-present in laboratories. Learn more about these lab instruments.
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This research investigated conceptual alteration in medical article titles translation between English and Chinese with a twofold purpose: one was to further justify the findings from a pilot study
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It has been reported that suboptimal communication represents the largest source of preventable error during acute medical care. Because a significant proportion of ongoing care relies heavily on verbal communication, it is incumbent on clinicians t
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