Claire Crook

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BACKGROUND Patient access to on-line primary care electronic patient records is being developed nationally. Knowledge of what happens when patients access their electronic records is poor. AIM To enable 100 patients to access their electronic records for the first time to elicit patients' views and to understand their requirements. DESIGN OF STUDY(More)
BACKGROUND The NHS is moving towards electronic access to health records for patients from 2004 and needs to involve patients in the development process. The aim of the study was to explore the views of a large sample of patients about online access to EPRs and health information in primary care. Areas covered included: accuracy rights of access; security;(More)
We surveyed a randomized group of 1050 adult patients stratified for age and sex, from a general practice in Oxfordshire, to find out their attitudes to electronic health records (EHRs). Eighty-six per cent thought that patients should have the right to see their records. While 72% knew that they had the right to see their records, only 4% had done so.(More)
Our earlier subsite mapping studies led us to believe that ground state distortion occurred when a glucopyranoside ring filled the site which held the substrate monomer unit transferred to water during hydrolysis. We tested this hypothesis by performing double inhibitor studies on two amylases (EC of bacterial origin. A general theory for multiple(More)
The purpose of this study was to determine the legibility of symbols formed from matrices which contained different numbers of dot elements. A set of alphanumeric symbols was constructed from each of the following dot matrices: 3x5, 5x7, 7x 11, and 9 x 15. The four symbol, sets were shown for identification to one group of operators under nearly optimal(More)
The motor and cognitive dysfunction associated with hydrocephalus remains a clinical problem in children. We hypothesized that young rats with hydrocephalus should exhibit similar dysfunction and that the dysfunction should be reversible by shunting. Hydrocephalus was induced in 3-week-old rats by injection of kaolin into the cisterna magna. Rats were(More)
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