Paulo Gens Lemos

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STUDY OBJECTIVE To evaluate patient satisfaction at discharge and 30 days after day surgery, and to identify predictive factors of patient satisfaction. DESIGN Observational, prospective study. SETTING Day surgery unit of a university hospital. PATIENTS 251 consecutive patients, aged 43 +/- 15 years (56.6% women), scheduled for day surgery. (More)
3 Forward Message from the Board of the Agência Portuguesa do Ambiente It is with great pleasure that the Agência Portuguesa do Ambiente (APA) (Portuguese Environment Agency) resumes its partnership with REN-Redes Energéticas Nacionais and Professor Maria do Rosário Partidário to update the Good Practice Guide on SEA. Strategic Environmental Assessment is a(More)
This paper explores Knowledge Management (KM) practices for use with portal technologies in Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). The aim is to help NGOs become true Civil Society Organizations (CSOs). In order to deal with more donors (at the top) and more beneficiaries (at the bottom), NGOs working in Humanitarian Aid and Social Development increasingly(More)
A retrospective analyses of patients submitted to surgery on a day basis was made through our database. The goal of the study was to identify risk factors of postoperative vomiting associated to day surgery. 2115 patients operated between January 2003 and November 2004 on our day surgery unit were included. 70 patients (3,3%) suffered at least on episode of(More)
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