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Evaluation of Local Mechanisms for Staff Motivation to Reduce Hospital Mortality

We observed in a randomised intervention trial in Bissau that mortality due to malaria could be reduced by half by adding a small monetary incentive to the staff and strict follow-up of a standard protocol for available drugs. The Government and donors are not able to sustain such incentives. We intend to evaluate whether strict organisation of a cost recovery system and the use of part of the funds for staff incentives would improve performance of the staff and contribute to r...


The Impact of Internationalize Medical Services to localPeople Seeking Medical Care

Recently The Department of Health of Taiwan has launched the "Internationalize Medical Services Flagship Program", expecting to promote Taiwan's high-quality of medical services to the international market, and anticipating "customers stroll in, medical services walked out". In order to avoid expansion of this program might alienate the rights and best interests of local people seeking medical services, therefore, this research project is a join effort of experts to form...

Validity of Information Employed to Generate Standardized Mortality Ratios Using Hospital Administrative Databases (RNMH)

In a retrospective cross-sectional study, investigators aimed to valid the variables employed to generate standardized mortality ratio from hospital administrative databases. For this purpose, investigators have compared those variables collected in administrative databases with the information available in patient medical record.


Administrative Workload in the Intensive Care Unit

A prospective observational study in the Intensive Care Unit and the Medium Care Unit in a university hospital in Amsterdam. Recent studies show that administrative tasks occupy more than 30% of the workload. One-third of these administrative tasks is unrelated to care. The administrative workload of physicians and nurses will be observed and quantified using two different methods. The amount of time physicians and nurses are logged on into the patient data management system (P...

Impact of a Mediator for Patient Intake in Emergency Departments

Violence in the workplace is becoming a serious phenomenon in the contemporary world of work. Hospital staff, like any employee working in contact with the public, is particularly exposed to this violence. In emergency departments, the number of patients treated and their heterogeneity, the problems of communicating with healthcare professionals, and waiting times, favor conflict situations. In the already tense context of the emergencies, the incivilities or violent acts have ...

Collection of Blood and Urine Specimens From Volunteers Utilizing Health Examination Services

In summary, the researchers want to construct a longitudinal data bank using voluntary health examination participants. Researchers in the National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH) campus can utilize these data to clarify the effects of several genetic and environmental factors on various common diseases in Taiwan in the future.

Non-Interventional Study (NIS) Collecting Experiences For IPF in Taiwan

This is a non-interventional, multi-center study to collect data from patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) in clinical practice in Taiwan. The study will be carried out at 10 medical centers, the expert centers where IPF patients are mainly managed in Taiwan.

Microbiology and Clinical Outcome of Pneumonia

1. BACKGROUND Pneumonia occurring outside of the hospital setting is regarded as community acquired pneumonia. However, pneumonia occurring in non-hospital long-term care facilities constituted a distinct type of pneumonia from CAP. Kollef et al has justified health care associated pneumonia (HCAP) as a new category of pneumonia [1]. The HCAP patients are associated with severe disease, higher mortality rate, and greater length of stay a...

Underreporting of Occupational Blood Exposure (OBE) Among Medical Staff at an University Hospital Center (UHC) in 2017 (OBE PRACTITIONERS UHC 2017)

Regarding 30 to 50% of occupational blood exposure (OBE) are underreporting among health professionals, it's to highlight that the part of medical professionals in OBE reporting is among the lowest (1996 to 2016). The current study is aiming to evaluate the underreporting of this specific occupational accident among medical staff for the year 2017. The investigators are supposing this is declining and the part of OBE reporting is better than before. So the current situation con...

Meditation and Emotional Intelligence

This randomized controlled trial evaluated the impact of the Transcendental Meditation program on emotional intelligence and perceived stress in supervisors and administrative staff in a public school system

Taiwan Cohort - Chronic ThromboEmbolic Pulmonary Hypertension Registry

The diagnosis of chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH) is difficult for numerous reasons and is related with a poor prognosis. In Taiwan, the incidence of CTEPH and its clinical features are unknown. This study aims at evaluating the prevalence, clinical characteristics, and management of CTEPH in a Taiwanese cohort. Primary objective: - To investigate the geodemographics of CTEPH in Taiwan Secondary objectives: - To characterize the demograph...

Natural Course for Renal Function After Heart Transplantation

The outcome of heart transplantation has improved by years. The renal dysfunction is a major complication after heart transplantation.The natural course of renal function following orthotopic heart transplant is not clear in Taiwan. A retrospective study was conducted on patients who received a heart transplant at National Taiwan University Hospital between 1987 and 2015.

The Epidemiological Study on Psychiatric Disorders and Psychotropic Drugs

During the past decade, the dramatic change in patterns of both psychiatric diagnoses and prescription of psychotropic agents has been noted since the introduction of newer antidepressant drugs. In the meantime, suicide has been recognized as a major public health problem all over the world. Research efforts have hence been spent in exploring the interrelationships between suicide rates and prescription of antidepressant drugs (as a proxy for the treatment of depression). Howev...

Health Promotion and Management for Hepatitis B Carriers

The investigators propose a project of preventive medicine with concern of local context in Taiwan. The target population includes all staff and faculty members, students, and alumni of a university in Northern Taiwan, with chronic hepatitis B infection. The intervention of this project includes standardized lectures, sports courses, nutrition courses, and an information platform. The investigators will evaluate the efficacy after the intervention, like the reduction of hepatit...

Falls in Stroke Patients After Hospital Discharge: Prevalence and Risk Factors

The purposes of this study are: (1) to investigate the incidence and causes of falls of stroke patients residing in Taipei City and Taipei county after their discharge from the National Taiwan University Hospital, (2) to investigate the relationship between clinical manifestations of stroke patients before their hospital discharge and their incidence of falls after hospital discharge, and (3) to identify the risk factors for stroke patients who frequently fall after hospital di...

Early Detection of Lung Cancer With Low-dose Multislice Computed Tomography

Lung cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-related death in Taiwan. Early diagnosis of lung cancer may improve cancer survival. Low-dose computed tomography (LDCT) was thought to be the best screening tool for lung cancer. However, there is growing concerns about radiation exposure, high cost, and high rate of false-positive screening result. Epidemiologic studies from western countries showed that cigarette smoking is the major cause of lung cancer, and other risk fact...

Evaluation of Multidisciplinary Palliative Care on Terminal Cancer Patients in Taiwan

The purpose of the study is to compare the quality of dying and death of terminal cancer patients from the perspectives of medical staff and main care giver (family). The hypothesis is that their view points will be different.

An Improvement Project Around Staffs' Influenza Vaccine Uptake

To reach seasonal vaccination against influenza targets, University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) already invites staff to take up the vaccination, and every November reminds staff that have not yet vaccinated to do so. The current protocol describes a randomized controlled trial (RCT) in which staff will be sent different reminders, and the investigators will compare the proportion of staff that go on to vaccinate after receiving each reminder.

Surveillance of Azole Resistance in Aspergillus Isolates in Taiwan

Primary objectives: 1. To investigate the prevalence of azole resistance in Aspergillus clinical isolates collected in participating hospitals in Taiwan 2. To investigate the prevalence of azole resistance in Aspergillus environmental isolates in Taiwan 3. To characterize the molecular mechanisms of azole resistance in Aspergillus isolates in Taiwan 4. To investigate the clonality of Aspergillus clinical and environmental isolates in ...

Seroepidemiology of Japanese Encephalitis Virus Infection in Hualien, Taiwan

Japanese encephalitis (JE) is one of important zoonotic infectious diseases in Taiwan. JE caused by Japanese encephalitis virus (JEV) which transmitted by Culex tritaeniorhynchus and used swine as amplifying host. Infections leading to overt encephalitis are estimated to be 1 in 1000 cases. Among JE confirmed cases, approximately 25 percent of cases die and 50 percent of the survivals develop permanent neurologic and/or psychiatric sequelae. JEV circulated in Taiwan are belonge...

Master's Nursing Programs in Taiwan

The purpose of the study: (1) to understand the models of master education in nursing in Taiwan, including goals, curriculum, and clinical hours…etc). (2) to explore the clinical competencies and career development of the graduates of master's nursing program in Taiwan. Methods: Researchers will collect the data of program goals, curriculum, and clinical hours…etc. from the websites of all nursing schools that provide master's education in nursing in Taiwan. A structured se...

The Evaluation of Care Demand and Intervention Models for Individuals With ASD in Taiwan

The prevalence of autism in Taiwan has been significantly increasing over this decade. Though early intervention program and special and resource education have been applied in helping individuals with autism in Taiwan, studies regarding autism in this country so far focus mostly on the prevalence and demographics in restricted populations, diagnostic category, single case observation, and clinical research. Although the data of needs of care and intervention models in autism e...

Early Detection of Surgical Wound Infections Using Sensor Technology

Infections that are caused by surgical incision are commonly known as surgical site infections (SSI). A surgical wound infection can develop at any time after surgery until the wound has healed (usually two to three weeks after the operation). Very occasionally, an infection can occur several months after an operation. About 5 in 100 patients develop SSI after hospital discharge. During the patient's stay in hospital, nurses routinely change their wound dressings to check for a...

Development and Validation of a Preoperative Frailty Index Using Health Administrative Data

The investigators will create a frailty index using health administrative data available for older people having surgery. The index will be based on the Canadian Study of Health and Aging Frailty Index and standard recommendations for creation of frailty indices.

Taiwan ACE Beads for Embolization Therapy in Symptomatic Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia

In this proposal, the investigators plan to conduct a clinical trial to validate the efficacy and safety of microspheres (T-ACE Beads).


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