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In health informatics, the "updated DeLone and McLean IS success model" is reviewed as a mature model in measuring health information system (HIS) success. This research provided an evaluation model to estimate the implementation of electronic medical records (EMR) systems from a health professional perspective by combined the updated DeLone and McLean IS(More)
BACKGROUND Although depressive symptoms in older adults are common, their relationship with disability and the influence of disability on the development of depressive symptoms over time is not well understood. This longitudinal study investigates the change trajectories of both depressive symptoms and disability, as well as their associations over time. (More)
Establishing an acceptable user-centred electronic health record (EHR) system is a challenging task for healthcare providers due to the need for such systems to meet the requirements of its user population. Concerned nurses are the main end-users of EHR systems. Based on knowledge of evidence-based management (EBM) and the issues (goals and methods) of(More)
The aim of this research is to design an appropriate conceptual evaluation framework with a draft instrument for validating the structure of the Taiwanese EHR systems evaluation framework. According to the knowledge of “Triangulation research method” and both quantitative and qualitative approaches, the modified Delphi method was applied to refine the(More)
A copper(I)-mediated denitrogenative reaction has been successfully developed for the preparation of cyclic tetrapeptides. The key reactive intermediate, ketenimine, triggers intramolecular cyclization through attack of the terminal amine group to generate an internal β-amino acid with an amidine linkage. The chemistry developed herein provides a new(More)
This study aimed to examine the effect of health-related service use on the development of functional disability in an older adult Taiwanese cohort. The sample population consisted of 871 participants without Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) disabilities, 1061 participants without Activities of Daily Living (ADL) disabilities and 817(More)
UNLABELLED BACKGROUND/STUDY CONTEXT: This longitudinal study was conducted between 1994 and 2004 in a cohort of southern Taiwan community-living older residents. The study aims to explore the trajectories of disability and how these patterns differed between respondents who survived and those who died during data collection phases; this study also(More)
OBJECTIVE Although mental health disorders in older adults are common, their relationship with chronic disease and the influence of chronic disease on the development of mental health disorders over time is not well understood. This longitudinal study investigated the change in status of mental health disorders and chronic disease, as well as their(More)
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