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Accuracy of Digital Breast Tomosynthesis for Detecting Breast Cancer in the Diagnostic Setting: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

Ko MJ, Park DA, Kim SH, Ko ES, Shin KH, Lim W, Kwak BS, Chang JM

Objective: To compare the accuracy for detecting breast cancer in the diagnostic setting between the use of digital breast tomosynthesis (DBT), defined as DBT alone or combined DBT and digital...
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Movement-Related Potentials Associated with Motor Timing Errors as Determined by Internally Cued Movement Onset

Ahn JS, Yoon JH, Kim JJ, Park JY

Objective Accurate motor timing is critical for efficient motor control of behaviors; however, the effect of motor timing abilities on movement-related neural activities has rarely been investigated. The current study...
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Work Performance, Anger Management Ability, Resiliece, and Self Compassion of Clinical Nurses

Kim YA, Han KS

Purpose: This study is aimed to identify the influence of nurses’ anger management ability, resilience, and self-compassion on their nursing work performance. Methods: The study included 220 nurses from 5 hospitals...
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Effects of Emotional Labor and Compassion Competence on Dental Hygiene Performance in Dental Hygienists

Kim SM, Kim YI

Background: This study examines the relationship between the emotional labor and compassion competence of clinical dental hygienists. It attempted to provide basic data to establish a plan to increase the...
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Comparison of Human Interpretation and a Rule-Based Algorithm for Instrumented Sit-to-Stand Test

Jung HW, Yoon S, Baek JY, Lee E, Jang IY, Roh H

Background: The five times sit-to-stand test (5STS) is one of the most commonly used tests to assess the physical performance of lower extremities. This study assessed the correlation between human...
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Delirium-Related Knowledge, Caregiving Performance, Stress Levels, and Mental Health of Family Caregivers of Terminal Cancer Patients with Delirium in a Hospice Care Unit

Jung MH, Park MH, Kim SJ, Ra JR

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to examine the knowledge, caregiving performance, stress levels, and mental health of family caregivers of terminal cancer patients with delirium, insofar as these...
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Exploring the structural relationships between medical students’ motivational regulation, cognitive learning, and academic performance in online learning

Yun H, Kim S, Chung EK

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to investigate the effect of motivational regulation strategies (MRSs) on cognitive learning and academic performance. Methods: The participants were a total of 510 pre-medical...
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The Complex Interrelationship of Work-Related Factors Underlying Risky Driving Behavior of Food Delivery Riders in Athens, Greece

Papakostopoulos V, Nathanael D

Background In this study, the association of work and demographic characteristics with different traffic offenses committed by food delivery riders in Greece was examined. Previous research has identified various factors related...
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Influence of Professional Self-concept, Ego-resilience, and Job Stress on Job Performance of Nurses who are Reemployed after Career Interruption

Kim YE, Lee Y

Purpose: This study was conducted to investigate the influence of professional self-concept, ego-resilience, and job stress on job performance in reemployed nurses after career interruption. Methods: The participants were 207...
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Ergonomic Injuries in Endoscopists and Their Risk Factors

Kamani L, Kalwar H

Background/Aims: Prolonged repetitive strain caused by the continuous performance of complex endoscopic procedures enhances the risk of ergonomic injuries among health-care providers (HCPs), specifically endoscopists. This study aimed to assess...
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Performance, Perception, and Influencing Contexts of Intentional Rounding

Kim MY, Kim MS, Kim AR, Kim HS

Purpose: This descriptive study aimed to explore the performance, nurses' perception, and influencing contexts of intentional rounding (IR), and to identify the factors influencing the performance of IR. Methods: 498...
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Masking Level Difference: Performance of School Children Aged 7–12 Years

de Carvalho NG, Amaral MIRd, de Barros VZ, Santos MFCd

Background and Objectives: In masking level difference (MLD), the masked detection threshold for a signal is determined as a function of the relative interaural differences between the signal and the...
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A study on evaluator factors affecting physician-patient interaction scores in clinical performance examinations: a single medical school experience

Park YS, Chun KH, Lee KS, Lee YH

Background: This study is an analysis of evaluator factors affecting physician-patient interaction (PPI) scores in clinical performance examination (CPX). The purpose of this study was to investigate possible ways to...
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Influence of Test Parameters on the Performance of Rapid Anti-Hepatitis C Virus Immunochromatographic Assay

Choi EJ, Kim JH, Han MS

Anti-hepatitis C virus (HCV) immunochromatographic assay (ICA) is commonly used as an early screening test for HCV infection. This study evaluated the influence of test parameters (technician, assay type, kit...
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Effects of Awareness of Good Death and End-of-Life Care Attitudes on End-of-Life Care Performance in Long-Term Care Hospital Nurses

Kim SH, Kim EY

Purpose: The purpose of this study was to determine the effects of awareness of good death and end-of-life care attitudes on end-of-life care performance in long-term care hospital nurses. Methods:...
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Objective and Subjective Analysis of the Knee Joint Function Using Lower Extremity Assessment Protocol after Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Kim BH, Jeon HG, Cheo JH, Kang TK, Lee SY

Purpose: Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACLR) is one of the most common procedures in sports medicine. It is important for patients to determine whether or not to return to the pre-operative...
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Schemes and Performance Evaluation Criteria of Korean Association of External Quality Assessment (KEQAS) for Improving Laboratory Testing

Kim S, Lee K, Park HD, Lee YW, Chun S, Min WK

External quality assessment (EQA) is important for evaluating clinical laboratories and enhancing their testing quality. EQA schemes are variable; thus, it is crucial that the EQA organizers share their experiences...
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Utility of an Automatic Vision-Based Examination System (AVE-562) for the Detection of Clonorchis sinensis Eggs in Stool

Lee YJ, Won EJ, Cho YC, Kim SH, Shin MG, Shin JH

Stool examination is the gold standard for the detection of intestinal parasites. We assessed the performance of a newly developed AVE-562 analyzer (AVE Science & Technology Co., Hunan, China) for...
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Performance Evaluation of VITEK MS for the Identification of a Wide Spectrum of Clinically Relevant Filamentous Fungi Using a Korean Collection

Shin JH, Kim SH, Lee D, Lee SY, Chun S, Lee JH, Won EJ, Choi HJ, Choi HW, Kee SJ, Shin MG, Shin JH

The correct identification of filamentous fungi is challenging. We evaluated the performance of the VITEK MS v3.0 system (bioMérieux, Marcy-l’Étoile, France) for the identification of a wide spectrum of clinically...
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How Effectively Safety Incentives Work? A Randomized Experimental Investigation

Ahmed I, Faheem A

Background: Incentive and penalty (I/P) programs are commonly used to increase employees' safety outcomes, but its influence on employees' safety outcomes is under-investigated. Moreover, under developed economies lack safety culture...
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