Sung Yoon Chae

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In a wireless ad hoc network, the limited energy of the nodes is one of major challenges. Many research works are proposed to solve this issue from various aspects. Our work focuses on how to utilize the limited energy of the nodes in data delivery. By combining the concept of multi-path routing and energy reservation, the proposed scheme, PAMP ensures to(More)
BACKGROUND Patient involvement is essential to maintain accurate and updated medication lists, provide quality care, and decrease potential errors. The purpose of this study was to determine the acceptance of medication lists maintained by patients and if their use affected perceptions of patient and physician responsibility and patients' knowledge of their(More)
This prospective cohort study compared women participating in CenteringPregnancy® group prenatal care (N = 120) with those in standard individual care (N = 221) to determine if participation in Centering was associated with improvements in perceived social support and quality of life, with concomitant decreases in screens of postpartum depression and(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES Postpartum depression screening is widely advocated to identify and treat affected individuals given the significant impact of this disorder on patients and their families. An effective, efficient method is needed to improve compliance with screening, which has led to an increased interest in the use of the two-item Patient Health(More)
OBJECTIVE This study's objective was to determine whether attendance at lectures in a block conference format improves residents' knowledge. METHODS Seventeen family medicine residents were tested on the content of 27 lectures delivered in a block conference format over a 6-month period. For each lecture, residents completed a pretest, a short-term(More)
BACKGROUND The government is encouraging the adoption of electronic medical records (EMRs). There is little information about using EMRs in the obstetric literature and none about using them in family medicine residencies. Our purpose was to assess if using an EMR was associated with improvement in the ordering and availability of prenatal tests. METHODS(More)
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