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The Use of Data Mining to Determine Cheating in Online Student Assessment
- Alberto Ochoa, A. Wagholikar
- Engineering, Computer Science
- Electronics, Robotics and Automotive Mechanics…
- 26 September 2006
We can find several online assessment applications, Windows oriented or Web based, licensed or gnu free software, proprietary or standardized. Expand
Sustained reductions in emergency department laboratory test orders: impact of a simple intervention
- K. Chu, A. Wagholikar, J. Greenslade, J. O'Dwyer, Anthony F T Brown
- Postgraduate Medical Journal
- 4 June 2013
Objectives To determine whether a pathology request form allowing interns and residents to order only a limited range of laboratory blood tests prior to consultation with a registrar or consultant… Expand
Automatic Classification of Free-Text Radiology Reports to Identify Limb Fractures using Machine Learning and the SNOMED CT Ontology
- G. Zuccon, A. Wagholikar, +4 authors J. Greenslade
- AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science…
- 18 March 2013
Objective To develop and evaluate machine learning techniques that identify limb fractures and other abnormalities (e.g. dislocations) from radiology reports. Materials and Methods 99 free-text… Expand
Automated Reconciliation of Radiology Reports and Discharge Summaries
We study machine learning techniques to automatically identify limb abnormalities (including fractures, dislocations and foreign bodies) from radiology reports. Expand
Automated classification of limb fractures from free-text radiology reports using a clinician-informed gazetteer methodology.
- A. Wagholikar, G. Zuccon, +4 authors J. Greenslade
- Medicine, Computer Science
- The Australasian medical journal
A clinician-driven method that attempts to individuate limb abnormalities by searching for keywords expressed by clinicians achieved an F-measure of 0.80 and an accuracy of0.80. Expand
A Pilot Study to Improve Access to Eye Care Services for Patients in Rural India by Implementing Community Ophthalmology through Innovative Telehealth Technology.
- S. John, M. Premila, Mohd Javed, G. Vikas, A. Wagholikar
- Studies in health technology and informatics
OBJECTIVE To inform about a very unique and first of its kind telehealth pilot study in India that has provided virtual telehealth consultation to eye care patients in low resource at remote… Expand
Identifying symptom groups from Emergency Department presenting complaint free text using SNOMED CT.
- A. Wagholikar, M. Lawley, David P. Hansen, K. Chu
- AMIA ... Annual Symposium proceedings. AMIA…
Patients presenting to Emergency Departments may be categorised into different symptom groups for the purpose of research and quality improvement. The grouping is challenging due to the variability… Expand
A Pilot Study on Understanding the Journey of Advanced Prostate Cancer Patients
OBJECTIVE To understand the journey of advanced prostate cancer patients for supporting development of an innovative patient journey browser. BACKGROUND Prostate cancer is one of the common cancers… Expand
Improving self-care of patients with chronic disease using online personal health record.
BACKGROUND Effective management of chronic diseases such as prostate cancer is important. Research suggests a tendency to use self-care treatment options such as over-the-counter (OTC) complementary… Expand