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Sexual and reproductive health needs of adolescent girls from conservative and low-income families in Erzurum, Turkey  [PDF]
Nesrin Reis, Dilek Kilic, Raziye Engin, Ozlem Karabulutlu
Health (Health) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/health.2011.36063
Abstract: The objective of this survey was to determine the sexual and reproductive health needs of conservative and/or economically challenged adolescent girls. A total of 310 subjects (16.5 ± 2.2 years old), attending three private institutes teaching Islamic matter and the holy Quran and two private institutes teaching carpet-weaving in Erzurum, Turkey, were interviewed between November 2004 and February 2005. The ques-tionnaire covered knowledge on reproductive health and sexual matters to attain their feelings prior to their first menarche, their practices during menstruation, and their awareness of gynecological and sexually transmitted dis-eases as well as their attitudes toward and re-sponsiveness to domestic violence. Their re-sponses showed that these issues were con-sidered taboo and/or embarrassing to share. Also, a considerable percentage of the girls had no or limited knowledge on reproductive health and sexual matters and mismanaged gyneco-logical problems and domestic violence. More-over, those had knowledge revealed that their sources were non-scientific information from unprofessional individuals. In conclusion, the conservative and/or economically challenged adolescent girls who are not attending regular high schools need professional lectures on re-productive health and sexual matters.
Evaluation of Patient Satisfaction and Factors Affecting It: A Review of the Literature  [PDF]
Fereshteh Farzianpour, Raziye Byravan, Sara Amirian
Health (Health) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.711160
Abstract: Patient satisfaction with hospital services is one of the most important indicators of effectiveness and quality of hospital services. Patient satisfaction surveys can provide valuable data for evaluating the current status, awareness of quality and quantity of process improvement programs and quality improvement to health managers and policy makers. The present study discusses previous studies conducted in this area, and presents recommendations to improve patient satisfaction. The method of this study is review. Selected papers were identified by searching keyword in Persian and English in different databases and after applying the inclusion criteria, 19 studies were extracted and analyzed. 23,793 patients in 12 studies entered into this research were investigated. Generally, satisfaction of the patients in this study was estimated at an average level. Continuous evaluation of patient satisfaction and identification of the factors affecting it requires establishment of comprehensive and accurate data system in this area; that by application of the results of previous studies steps can be taken to improve patient satisfaction. Patients’ satisfaction in Iran, compared with other countries, is desirable. In addition, the overall satisfaction of patients in recent years has increased compared to previous years and the reason can be measures like different ways of improving the quality, customer orientation, and applying the results of research conducted in this area.
An Investigation on the Barriers and Facilitators of the Implementation of Electronic Health Records (EHR)  [PDF]
Fereshteh Farzianpour, Sara Amirian, Raziye Byravan
Health (Health) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/health.2015.712180
Abstract: The application of technology in health care, in the form of electronic health records (EHR), is the most important and necessary issue in order to improve the quality of health care, and studies have shown that, not only is it a way to integrate information and represent the condition of patients, and a dynamic source for health care, however it leads to gain access to clinical information and records, electronic communications, comprehensive training and management, and ultimately enhancing the public health; the aim of this study is to investigate the factors influencing the implementation of EHR, which are known as barriers and facilitators. The research is conducted in the form of a review research, and with the help of the Keywords of EHR; barriers and facilitators, articles, from 2008 to 2013, were searched and studied in the Internet-databases. The results of the studies show that the most effective factors include: efficiency, motivation, management, and the participation of end users. Factors such as technical aspects ease of use, available resources, and human resources, have limited effects. And security and privacy, the expected output, lack of time, and workload have relative effects, and also the relation between the patient and clinical staff, has no effects in the process of implementing EHR.
Raziye Demiralay,?irin Karadeniz
Cypriot Journal of Educational Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: Rapid changes in information and communication technologieshave high impact on societies to transform into the information societies. Nowadays,owning a dynamic economy which based on information is the main objective of thesocieties. It is the fact that the individuals need to have lifelong learning and informationliteracy skills in order to come into being in the information society. The educationalinstitutions are responsible to cause individuals to gain these skills. Especially it isimportant to be acquired these skills in elementary education. In this study; lifelonglearning and information literacy concepts are examined, the models which will be usedto provide students to gain information literacy skills in a systematic way are presented,and an example course plan in elementary education based on Big6 Model which haswidely used and project based learning are presented. Finally, information society,lifelong learning and information literacy are discussed in the perspectives of teacher,student and teacher candidates and various suggestions are offered
Contour-Based Image Segmentation Using Selective Visual Attention  [PDF]
Engin Mendi, Mariofanna Milanova
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2010.38092
Abstract: In many medical image segmentation applications identifying and extracting the region of interest (ROI) accurately is an important step. The usual approach to extract ROI is to apply image segmentation methods. In this paper, we focus on extracting ROI by segmentation based on visual attended locations. Chan-Vese active contour model is used for image segmentation and attended locations are determined by SaliencyToolbox. The implementation of the toolbox is extension of the saliency map-based model of bottom-up attention, by a process of inferring the extent of a proto-object at the attended location from the maps that are used to compute the saliency map. When the set of regions of interest is selected, these regions need to be represented with the highest quality while the remaining parts of the processed image could be represented with a lower quality. The method has been successfully tested on medical images and ROIs are extracted.
lk retim Okulu retmenlerinin Alg lad klar Liderlik Bi imleri le Doyumlar Aras ndaki li ki(The Relationship between the Leadership Styles and Job Satisfaction As Perceived By Teachers in Turkish Elementary Schools)
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Bal?kesir üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 2009,
Abstract: The Relationship between the Leadership Styles and Job Satisfaction As Perceived By Teachers in Turkish Elementary SchoolsProblem Statement: Education leaderships behaviors and styles effect the schools improvement, the aims of schools, students achievement and workers jobs satisfaction. Purpose of the Study: This research, aims to find out the determination of the relationship between the leadership styles perceived by teachers of primary schools and their job satisfaction. Methods: Relational cross-hatching model was used to determine the relation between these concepts. The sample consisted of 253 primary school teachers. Pearson moment correlation, ANOVA and t-test were used to analyze the data. Findings, Results and Conclusions: As the results of the analyses; it there is a significant difference between the jobs satisfactions of elementary school teachers and priority, educational state and gender of their directors. And also there is a significant difference between “Transformational Leadership” styles and priority, educational state and gender of their principals. This significant difference has not found in “Transactional Leadership” style and “Laissez-faire Leadership” styles. Also, there is a high relation between teachers’ perception of leadership styles and “Transformational Leadership” styles; moreover, the same relation is on the low level in “Transactional Leadership” style. There is no relation between “Laissez-faire Leadership” dimension and satisfaction.
Structural deformations analysis by means of Kalman-filtering
Gulal, Engin;
Boletim de Ciências Geodésicas , 2013, DOI: 10.1590/S1982-21702013000100007
Abstract: the surveillance of engineering structures like dams is an interdisciplinary task and mainly focused on the assessment of stability and reliability of the objects to be monitored. to show the co-operation of the disciplines involved in a comprehensible manner, it is suitable to use system analysis approaches. structural deformations analysis by means of system analysis is explained in the following with an example of a dam. the determination of the dam deformations is demonstrated by an integration of computed and measured data by using kalman filtering.
Nicolau Syndrome: A Review of the Literature
Engin Senel
Clinical Medicine Insights: Dermatology , 2012, DOI: 10.4137/CMD.S3630
Abstract: Nicolau Syndrome, first described in the 1920’s in patients treated with bismuth salts for syphilis, is a rare adverse reaction at the site of intramuscular drug injection. It is clinically characterized by severe pain immediately after injection, and rapid development of blanched skin or livedoid reticular patches. Occlusion of peripheral arterial vessels is suggested to play a major pathogenic role. Since there is no specific therapy for this condition, an appropriate conservative treatment should be applied.
Chondrodermatitis Nodularis Chronica Helicis
Engin enel
Clinical Medicine Insights: Dermatology , 2012, DOI: 10.4137/CMD.S3633
Abstract: Objective: Presentation of chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis chronica that is an uncommon but important differential diagnosis for particular benign and malignant tumours. Case report: A 32-year-old woman presented with a painful, hyperkeratotic nodule on her left antihelix. The lesion was treated with cryotherapy and resolved completely. Conclusion: Chondrodermatitis nodularis helicis should be considered as an important differential diagnosis for skin tumours and cryotherapy may be a good alternative in selected cases with an excellent cosmetic outcome to the surgery although surgery is still the mainstay of the treatment of this condition.
Dermatoscopic Features of Non-Melanocytic Skin Tumours
Engin Senel
Clinical Medicine Insights: Dermatology , 2012, DOI: 10.4137/CMD.S3631
Abstract: Dermatoscopy is a cheap and non-invasive diagnostic technique that improves the diagnostic accuracy of non-pigmented benign and malignant skin tumours. Dermatologist should be aware of dermatoscopic features of non-melanocytic skin tumours to reach the correct diagnosis.
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