Learn More
OBJECTIVES This study aims at assessing mental competence in Chinese patients with mild and very mild dementia with a semistructured assessment method and the impact of repeated presentations of information on patients' mental competence. DESIGN Subjects with mild and very mild dementia were compared with cognitively intact subjects. SETTING Chinese(More)
INTRODUCTION This study analysed the complaint rates, profile and trend, and complainant profile of patients' complaints received by the National University Hospital Emergency Medicine Department. An earlier ten-year study (1986-1995) was done on the complaint profile. METHODS Records of all patients' complaints, solicited and unsolicited, from January(More)
The last five years have brought an explosion of research in the learning analytics field. However, much of what has emerged has been small scale or tool-centric. While these efforts are vitally important to the development of the field, in order to truly transform education, learning analytics must scale and become institutionalized at multiple levels(More)
AIM To investigate the age differences in the risk factors, clinicopathological characteristics and patterns of treatment of female breast cancer patients. METHODS Seven thousand one hundred and fifty-two women with primary breast cancer from the Hong Kong Breast Cancer Registry were recruited after receiving patients' consent, they were asked to complete(More)
A 37-year-old woman, with previously resected mucinous adenocarcinoma of the colon, presented with menorrhagia and a palpable pelvic mass. Radiographs and computed tomography (CT) demonstrated calcified peritoneal carcinomatosis in the abdomen and pelvis. Types of abdominal calcifications and imaging of intraperitoneal masses, particularly of peritoneal(More)
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater embarked on a pilot project to build group working space in the General Access Computer lab area in response to the social needs and working style of the net-generation student population. We started by converting an existing room in our computer lab into 5 smaller group work rooms equipped with the technology,(More)
  • Michael E. Charles, Yu-Ling Cheng Speaker, +55 authors Arthur Porter
  • 2009
1. Welcome/Adoption of the Agenda The Speaker, Professor Yu-Ling Cheng, thanked members joining the meeting and welcomed all present to the Faculty Council meeting. She noted that a revised agenda was distributed at the beginning of the meeting. On a motion duly moved and seconded, it was resolved THAT the agenda be adopted.
Printing expenses in college computing labs have been escalating along with the use of technology in instruction. Commercially available print management software requires a huge initial financial investment with uncertain cost recovery. The outcome usually involves shifting most of the print management software expense to students. Find out how the(More)
OBJECTIVE In magnetic resonance (MR) imaging of the shoulder, oblique coronal images are used for evaluating the supraspinatus tendon (SST) of patients with suspected rotator cuff tear or impingement. This study aimed to compare orientation of the SST long axis with planes perpendicular to the glenohumeral joint (GHJ). DESIGN AND PATIENTS The axial scans(More)