Chelsea Hash

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OBJECTIVES/HYPOTHESIS To evaluate the impact of a pelvic fracture on a woman's physical, sexual, and reproductive functioning. DESIGN Retrospective review. SETTING Level one trauma center. PATIENTS Two groups of female multitrauma patients: those with pelvic fractures (subjects) and those with extremity fractures but no pelvic fracture (controls). (More)
This paper presents insights about design practices that can lead to effective and fun games for learning, gleaned from interviews with experienced game developers. We based our approach on Schön's notion of practitioners evolving shared 'appreciation systems' for discussing and critiquing work, and aimed to gather and share some of game designers'(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the general health status and sexual function of women following serious orthopedic injury. METHODS Women aged 16-44 who were treated at a level I trauma center between 1986 and 1992 for a fracture to the pelvis or lower extremity were interviewed by telephone. The interview included the Medical Outcomes Study 36-Item Short Form(More)
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to investigate the timing, accuracy, clinical impact, and cost of dual orthopedic and radiology interpretation of orthopedic trauma roentgenograms. DESIGN The investigation was performed in a combined retrospective-prospective fashion. MATERIALS AND METHODS Records of 25 retrospective and 25 prospective trauma(More)
While virtual worlds have evolved to provide a good medium for social communication, they are very primitive in their social and affective communication design. The social communication methods within these worlds have progressed from early text-based social worlds, e.g. MUDS (multi-user dungeons) to 3D graphical interfaces with avatar control, such as(More)
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