Kevin J. M. Martin

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Public reporting burden for this collection of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instruction, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this(More)
NoC-based architectures overcome the limitations of traditional buses by exploiting parallelism and offer large bandwidths. NoC adoption also increases communication latency, which is especially penalising for data-flow applications (DF). We introduce the notifying memories (NM) concept to reduce this overhead. Our original approach eliminates useless(More)
Family members of a person suffering head injury are confronted with permanent alterations in the person they love. The change in the individual is experienced as a loss which must be grieved. This grieving process can be difficult since the presence of the head injury survivor serves as a constant reminder to the family of what they have lost. With an(More)
Many patients with mild head injury are discharged from the hospital without recognition of their true rehabilitative needs. This qualitative study was designed to describe what patient cues the expert nurse uses when making an assessment of mild head injury. Although the majority of cues the participants identified are supported in the head injury(More)
While planning patient care strategies for the critically head-injured child, anticipation of complications and expected outcomes are important nursing considerations. This research study followed 30 comatose children retrospectively during their hospitalization for severe head injury. Ten prognostic indicators (age, sex, type of injury, Glasgow Coma Scale(More)
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