Beryl Göbel

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  • J Hagenauer, Z Dawy, B Göbel, P Hanus, J Mueller
  • 2004
— Methods used in Information Theory can be used in genomic analysis to provide a more meaningful insight into the genetic process. Using an information transfer model between certain polymorphism in the human genome (SNPs) and certain diseases (e.g. Alzheimer), Shannon's mutual information can identify the relevant SNPs. Several compression algorithms(More)
BACKGROUND Much of the research on improving patient handovers has focused on enhancing communication within the hospital system, but there have been relatively few efforts aimed at addressing the challenges at the interface between the hospital and the primary care setting. METHODS A qualitative thematic analysis using a clinical microsystems lens(More)
BACKGROUND Patient safety experts have postulated that increasing patient participation in communications during patient handovers will improve the quality of patient transitions, and that this may reduce hospital readmissions. Choosing strategies that enhance patient safety through improved handovers requires better understanding of patient experiences and(More)
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