Christine E Bredfeldt

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It has been shown recently that neurons in V2 respond selectively to the edges of figures defined only by disparity (cyclopean edges). These responses are orientation selective, often preferring similar orientations for cyclopean and luminance contours, suggesting that they may support a cue-invariant representation of contours. Here, we investigate the(More)
BACKGROUND Studying rare outcomes, new interventions and diverse populations often requires collaborations across multiple health research partners. However, transferring healthcare research data from one institution to another can increase the risk of data privacy and security breaches. METHODS A working group of multi-site research programmers evaluated(More)
BACKGROUND Multi-site health sciences research is becoming more common, as it enables investigation of rare outcomes and diseases and new healthcare innovations. Multi-site research usually involves the transfer of large amounts of research data between collaborators, which increases the potential for accidental disclosures of protected health information(More)
BACKGROUND Training is a critical part of health information technology implementations, but little emphasis is placed on post-implementation training to support day-to-day activities. The goal of this study was to evaluate the impact of post-implementation training on key electronic health record activities. METHODS Based on feedback from providers and(More)
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