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Application of Blockchain to Maintaining Patient Records in Electronic Health Record for Enhanced Privacy, Scalability, and Availability

Tith D, Lee JS, Suzuki H, Wijesundara WMAB, Taira N, Obi T, Ohyama N

OBJECTIVES: Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems are increasingly used as an effective method to share patients' records among different hospitals. However, it is still a challenge to access scattered patient...
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Comparison of Experiences of Ethical Dilemma between Intensive Care Unit and General Unit Nurses regarding Treatment Decisions and Confidentiality

Ko C, Koh CK

PURPOSE: This study compares experiences of ethical dilemma between nurses working in intensive care units and those in general units under specific situations of treatment decisions and confidentiality. METHOD: This cross-sectional...
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Smoking cessation services to which physicians can refer patients

Im M, Shin DW, Kim HS

The purpose of this article is to introduce smoking cessation services in the community to which physicians can refer their patients. There are three types of services: smoking cessation clinics...
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Medical students' clinical performance of dealing with patients in the context of domestic violence

Kong HH, Im S, Seo JH, Kim DK, Roh H

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to inquire about the clinical performance and determine the performance pattern of medical students in standardized patient (SP) based examinations of domestic violence...
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Prevalence of Sharing Access Credentials in Electronic Medical Records

Hassidim A, Korach T, Shreberk-Hassidim R, Thomaidou , Uzefovsky , Ayal S, Ariely D

OBJECTIVES: Confidentiality of health information is an important aspect of the physician patient relationship. The use of digital medical records has made data much more accessible. To prevent data leakage,...
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Perception of and attitude toward ethical issues among Korean occupational physicians

Choi J, Suh C, Lee JT, Lee S, Lee CK, Lee GJ, Kim T, Son BC, Kim JH, Kim K, Kim DH, Ryu JY

BACKGROUND: Occupational physicians (OPs) have complex relationships with employees, employers, and the general public. OPs may have simultaneous obligations towards third parties, which can lead to variable conflicts of interests....
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Blood pressure control and its determinants among diabetes mellitus co-morbid hypertensive patients at Jimma University medical center, South West Ethiopia

Muleta S, Melaku T, Chelkeba L, Assefa D

BACKGROUND: Hypertension is the major contributor to cardiovascular diseases related morbidity and mortality. Blood pressure is not well controlled in the majority of patients with both diabetes and hypertension. The...
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Influence of Information Literacy and Perception of Patient Data Privacy on Ethical Values among Hospital Clinical Nurses

Seo HE, Doo EY, Choi S, Kim M

PURPOSE: The aim of this study was to elucidate clinical nurses' ethics germane to information literacy and perception of patient data privacy and thus help nurses to develop more positive...
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Sharing Clinical Big Data While Protecting Confidentiality and Security: Observational Health Data Sciences and Informatics

Park RW

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Perception and Performance about Patients' Medical Information Protection in Allied Health College Students

Choi SY, Lim DY, Ko IS, Moon IO

PURPOSE: This study aims to identify perception, performance, and the related factors of performance in regards to patients' medical information protection among allied health college students. METHODS: Four hundred twelve subjects...
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Service-Oriented Security Framework for Remote Medical Services in the Internet of Things Environment

Lee JD, Yoon TS, Chung SH, Cha HS

OBJECTIVES: Remote medical services have been expanding globally, and this is expansion is steadily increasing. It has had many positive effects, including medical access convenience, timeliness of service, and cost...
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Development of a code of professional conduct for medical students and residents

Lee YH, Lee YM, Kwon HJ

PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to describe the development of a code of professional conduct that should be practiced by medical students and residents. METHODS: The content of a...
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Global trends in the use of nationwide big data for solving healthcare problems

Bae JM

While Korea had the highest rate of increase in per capita health expenditures from 1997 to 2007 among The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) countries, it is necessary...
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Confounding factors in using upward feedback to assess the quality of medical training: a systematic review

Zhou AY, Baker P

PURPOSE: Upward feedback is becoming more widely used in medical training as a means of quality control. Multiple biases exist, thus the accuracy of upward feedback is debatable. This study...
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Methodological issues for determining intervals of subsequent cancer screening

Bae JM

The gap between nationwide recommendations of cancer screening and the related evidences obtained from Korean adults should be filled. Estimation of the mean sojourn time (MST) in a specific cancer...
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Perspectives on Clinical Informatics: Integrating Large-Scale Clinical, Genomic, and Health Information for Clinical Care

Choi IY, Kim TM, Kim MS, Mun SK, Chung YJ

The advances in electronic medical records (EMRs) and bioinformatics (BI) represent two significant trends in healthcare. The widespread adoption of EMR systems and the completion of the Human Genome Project...
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Multi-Agent System as a New Approach to Effective Chronic Heart Failure Management: Key Considerations

Mohammadzadeh N, Safdari R, Rahimi A

OBJECTIVES: Given the importance of the follow-up of chronic heart failure (CHF) patients to reduce common causes of re-admission and deterioration of their status that lead to imposing spiritual and...
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Comparison of Physicians and Nurses' Attitudes toward Family Presence during Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

Cho JL, Lee EN, Sim SH, Lee NY

  • KMID: 2298279
  • Korean J Adult Nurs.
  • 2013 Feb;25(1):41-52.
PURPOSE: The purpose of this study was to compare the attitude of physicians and nurses toward family presence during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). METHODS: 100 physicians and 100 nurses from five hospitals...
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Ethical Awareness and Concerns of Sport Practitioners for the Summer Olympic Games 2012

Kim EK, Kim TG

The healthcare for elite athletes has the potential to create many ethical issues for sports practitioners. And the relationship between a sports practitioner and an athlete differs significantly from the...
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A clinical research strategy using longitudinal observational data in the post-electronic health records era

Park RW

Adoption of electronic health records (EHRs) is increasing worldwide. The worldwide EHR adoption rate is estimated to be around 9% to 12%. Thus, the accumulation of medical records in electronic...
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