Predicting Acceptance of Electronic Medical Records: Is the Technology Acceptance Model Enough?(Report)

Predicting Acceptance of Electronic Medical Records: Is the Technology Acceptance Model Enough?(Report)

While health care organizations recognize the advantages of electronic medical records, they often do not use them. Why not? Physician acceptance seems to be the heart of the issue, but what explains their willingness or unwillingness to go electronic? Two theories address the problem: Davis’s technology acceptance model and Ajzen’s theory of planned behavior. A […]

A Simple Clinical Formula for Predicting Fetal Weight in Labour at Term--Derivation and Validation (Original Articles) (Report)

A Simple Clinical Formula for Predicting Fetal Weight in Labour at Term–Derivation and Validation (Original Articles) (Report)

Clinicians frequently estimate fetal weight when examining women in labour at term. This may help in predicting cephalopelvic disproportion when labour progress is poor, (1) or give early warning of possible shoulder dystocia. (2) In experienced hands, intrapartum clinical estimates of birth weight for term infants are at least as good as ultrasound-based predictions, being […]

Factors Predicting Rehabilitative Service Provision in Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury.

Factors Predicting Rehabilitative Service Provision in Adults with Traumatic Brain Injury.

Approximately 300,000 people sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI) each year; however, a limited number receive formal speech-language, occupational, and physical therapy rehabilitation. Consequently, a large number of individuals may not meet their maximum potential outcomes following TBI. Little is known about the factors that may affect access to rehabilitation, the amount of rehabilitation provided […]