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Burned out or “just” depressed? An existential phenomenological exploration of burnout Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
  • Authors: Wenche Schrøder Bjorbækmo, Karin Mohn Engebretsen
  • Published Date: Sep 12, 2019

Abstract Rationale, aim, and objective An increasing number of patients are on sick leave from work due to fatigue‐ and pain‐related symptoms that could indicate burnout. The aetiology is unknown, and...

“Some sort of fantasy land”: A qualitative investigation of appropriate prescribing in cancer care Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
  • Authors: Narcyz Ghinea, Miriam Wiersma, Ian Kerridge, Wendy Lipworth, Winston Liauw, Richard Day, Sallie Pearson, Ian Olver
  • Published Date: Sep 12, 2019

Abstract Rationale, aims, and objectives Increasing the appropriateness of prescribing has long been a focus of government, non‐government, and professional organizations. Progress towards this is...

Efficient global monitoring statistics for high‐dimensional data Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Jun Li
  • Published Date: Sep 12, 2019

Abstract Global monitoring statistics play an important role in developing efficient monitoring schemes for high‐dimensional data. A number of global monitoring statistics have been proposed in the...

A New Statistic to Assess Fitness of Cubic‐Spline Postsmoothing Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Educational Measurement
  • Authors: H. Kim, R. L. Brennan, W. Lee
  • Published Date: Sep 11, 2019

Abstract In equating, smoothing techniques are frequently used to diminish sampling error. There are typically two types of smoothing: presmoothing and postsmoothing. For polynomial log‐linear...

Research on meta‐action decomposition and meta‐action unit modeling technology for electromechanical product Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Yulong Li, Xiaogang Zhang, Yan Ran, Genbao Zhang, Yongqin Wang
  • Published Date: Sep 11, 2019

Abstract The current decomposition methods are not suitable for electromechanical product; the smallest decomposition units obtained by these methods are static parts or components, which cannot...

Practitioners' positive attitudes promote shared decision‐making in mental health care Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
  • Authors: Karin Drivenes, Vegard Øksendal Haaland, Terje Mesel, Lars Tanum
  • Published Date: Sep 11, 2019

Abstract Rationale and aims There is a growing expectation of implementing shared decision making (SDM) in today's health care service, including mental health care. Traditional understanding of SDM...

Estimating the costs and benefits of stroke rehabilitation in South Africa Early View

  • Journal: Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice
  • Authors: Quinette Louw, Asterie Twizeyemariya, Karen Grimmer, Dominique Leibbrandt
  • Published Date: Sep 10, 2019

Abstract Objective This paper explores the economic value of rehabilitation to South Africa, using a costed example of cerebrovascular accident (CVA) (stroke) rehabilitation. Design We report an...

A moving average control chart using a robust scale estimator for process dispersion Early View

  • Journal: Quality and Reliability Engineering International
  • Authors: Christos Koukouvinos, Angeliki Lappa
  • Published Date: Sep 10, 2019

Abstract Control charts are one of the most powerful tools used to detect and control industrial process deviations in statistical process control. In this paper, a moving average control chart based...

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