This paper presents the development and evaluation of a questionnaire designed to quantitatively measure computer user satisfaction. The administration, scoring, and interpretation of the questionnaire are also addressed.
The HRR pseudoisochromatic plate (pip) test was originally designed as a screening and diagnostic test for color vision deficiencies. The original HRR test is now long out of print. We evaluate here the new 4th edition of the HRR test, produced in 2002 by Richmond Products. The 2002 edition was compared to the original 1955 edition for a group of subjects… (More)
Hypertension is one of the most preventable chronic conditions. Improving hypertension awareness is a critical first step to reducing morbidity and mortality from hypertension in the elderly, yet the factors associated with hypertension awareness in China are poorly understood. The objective of this paper is to examine the extent to which older Chinese… (More)
Medication nonadherence is a prevalent public health issue that contributes to significant medical costs and detrimental health outcomes. This is especially true in patients with hypercholesterolemia, a condition affecting millions of American adults and one that is associated with increased risk for coronary and cerebrovascular events. Considering the… (More)
ESSAY Suggested citation for this article: Bailey JE, Mirvis DM, Key CM, Kyte RL, McCord MJ. HealthCARE principles: a model for healthy city collaboratives. Prev Chronic Dis [serial online] 2007 Apr [date cited]. Available from: Community health-improvement collaboratives, which represent both health care consumers and health care providers in efforts to… (More)
A computer system for simulation of quantitative twin data is being developed. The capability is being built in a simulate distributions with known means, standard deviations, skewness and kurtosis.