The purpose of this study was to elucidate a methodology to characterize learning curves related to the task performances primarily related to the psychomotor domain of learning inherent to the specialty of gastroenterology nursing. A search of the literature offered no specific guidance in such an endeavor; however, the nursing literature in nursing education has called for the development and utilization of learning curves generally. This is important for myriad reasons, patient safety being primary, yet important to this study is the relation of the cost associated with orienting new nurses, as well as those associated with nursing turnover; these are significant in terms of financial cost and labor encumbrances endured by staff nurses as a result of alternative assignments, increased assignments associated with both short staffing, or in conjunction with the orientation process itself. The Visual Analog Scale (VAS) tool has demonstrated the ability to characterize the learning curves for nurses
TY - JOUR. T1 - Meta-Analysis of the Impact of the Learning Curve in Robotic Rectal Cancer Surgery on Histopathologic Outcomes. AU - Gachabayov, Mahir. AU - You, Karen. AU - Kim, Seon Hahn. AU - Yamaguchi, Tomohiro. AU - Jimenez-Rodriguez, Rosa. AU - Kuo, Li Jen. AU - Cianchi, Fabio. AU - Staderini, Fabio. AU - Bergamaschi, Roberto. PY - 2019/5/15. Y1 - 2019/5/15. N2 - INTRODUCTION: Although the process of learning robotic surgery for rectal cancer is associated with a prolonged operating time and higher complication rates, its impact on histopathologic outcomes is unknown. The aim of this meta-analysis was to evaluate the impact of the learning curve in robotic surgery for rectal cancer on histopathologic outcomes. METHODS: The PubMed, EMBASE, Cochrane Library, MEDLINE via Ovid, CINAHL, and Web of Science databases were systematically searched. The inclusion criterion was any clinical study comparing the outcomes of robotic surgery for rectal cancer between different phases of the learning ...
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Where are you on the language learning curve? Once youve found out, youll know exactly what to do next in your language learning. This is a good way to beat the intermediate plateau.
The learning curve is extremely long, so centralization and/or networking of centres is necessary to assure quality of services. One centre for every 10-15 million inhabitants would be ideal.
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This article is excerpted from William J. Dobsons book, The Dictators Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy. The workshop takes plac ...
This article is excerpted from William J. Dobsons book, The Dictators Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy. The workshop takes plac ...
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Microsoft users expect Windows 8.1 to lessen the learning curve for the new OS. But it may not be as bad as you fear, two education customers report.
Abstract: In biospectroscopy, suitably annotated and statistically independent samples (e. g. patients, batches, etc.) for classifier training and testing are scarce and costly. Learning curves show the model performance as function of the training sample size and can help to determine the sample size needed to train good classifiers. However, building a good model is actually not enough: the performance must also be proven. We discuss learning curves for typical small sample size situations with 5 - 25 independent samples per class. Although the classification models achieve acceptable performance, the learning curve can be completely masked by the random testing uncertainty due to the equally limited test sample size. In consequence, we determine test sample sizes necessary to achieve reasonable precision in the validation and find that 75 - 100 samples will usually be needed to test a good but not perfect classifier. Such a data set will then allow refined sample size planning on the basis of ...
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I am working on training a deep neural network (with pre-training) on millions of data recently. However, I found out that the loss shows a form of periodic phenomenon (about 60000 steps for 1 epoch), as shown below ...
Three minutes after roll-out, I popped a loud flat. PFSSSSST! We werent even out of town yet. The group kindly waited while I fixed it, with help from a club regular in order to save everyone some time. Then, as we were rolling out of town and picking up a bit of speed, I found I just couldnt keep up. I kept thinking, "I was pretty sure I could stay with this group!" The leaders drifted behind me, and I heard fragments of their conversation: "…two different paces today…" Frustrated and embarassed, I knew I was the one at the "different pace." So I did the right thing: I fell on my sword and waved them on, only 15 or so minutes in to the ride. They protested (theyre a friendly group), but I insisted. One guy, shaking his head, said, "You can do this!" It was more a statement of disbelief than encouragement - like it seemed weird to him that I wasnt making it. It was weird to me too ...
So. Earlier I wrote a not-so happy post about the USA Today #autismchat not having any autistics on the panel of experts. Im still not happy about that, but Liz Szabo, the person who pretty much ran the chat, commented on my post about it, and her comment was GREAT. As far as Im concerned, since the autistic self advocates showed up anyways and people who came in with open minds learned a lot (like Liz!), it was worth it. Really. I dont demand perfection. If someone new to covering autism, as she says she is, misses the not nearly as well publicized self advocates the first couple times but is open minded and includes them once she figures out we exist, I actually think thats great. It means that person is way more likely to be an ally than anyone who excludes self advocates on purpose! And considering the number of autistic people who dont know how bad for us Autism Speaks really is, I cant really blame her for not having known. There is this thing called a learning curve. Learning curves ...
In the early 1950s, Levant hosted his own television talk show with guests of the stature of authors Aldous Huxley and Christopher Isherwood. He even brought his own psychiatrist, Dr. George Wayne, on the show from time to time. Television in its infancy was live. No one could be sure what Levant would do or say as the program progressed, and this show was often considered "must see TV" for everyone in Hollywood. His wit was notorious and, while he frequently used it against others, he more often used it against himself. Although Levant had the potential for becoming a success in this new medium, his increasing episodes of depression took their toll on his career. He recognized the affect his addictions had on his health and checked himself into Mt. Sinai Hospital each day after his show, but with little or no positive effects. He soon began to fade from the publics view ...
In addition to working as a scientist, and well before his discovery of antibiotics, Fleming painted. He was a member of the Chelsea Arts Club, where he created amateurish watercolors. Less well known is that he also painted in another medium, living organisms. Fleming painted ballerinas, houses, soldiers, mothers feeding children, stick figures fighting and other scenes using bacteria. He produced these paintings by growing microbes with different natural pigments in the places where he wanted different colors. He would fill a petri dish with agar, a gelatin-like substance, and then use a wire lab tool called a loop to inoculate sections of the plate with different species. The paintings were technically very difficult to make. Fleming had to find microbes with different pigments and then time his inoculations such that the different species all matured at the same time. These works existed only as long as it took one species to grow into the others. When that happened, the lines between, say, ...
While there is not much of a learning curve in actually operating one of the newer Reichert or ICare tonometers so that useful and accurate data can be obtained, there is certainly a learning curve in what to do with that data and how to apply it. In this article we will give a brief summary of the steps in becoming an experienced and effective self-tonometrist. Becoming familiar and comfortable with the tonometer is the first task after acquiring a new tonometer. This period can be exciting, but also daunting to some. There is more familiarity with the concept of monitoring ones blood pressure or blood sugar (in the case of diabetes), and so the thought of measuring ones own eye pressures might seem a little odd at first. However, the tonometers used by the FitEyes community for self tonometry are very easy to use, foolproof and accurate. But it is understandable that because the eye pressure monitoring process is deemed suitable only for doctors or clinics, the idea may take a little getting
Merrins blood contains traces of silicon, trinium, and an unknown element, abnormally high neuropeptide levels, as well as millions of nanites in her brain. The nanites were created by Orbanians 49 years ago as a means of acquiring knowledge. Children such as Merrin, Zaren, Solen, and Kalans son Tomin, are selected to be Urrone and are given millions of nanites at birth, before neural pathways are established, enabling them to learn vast amounts of information very quickly. At age 12, Urrone children undergo the Averium ceremony in which the nanites are removed and each citizen receives a nanite by injection, allowing the knowledge to be passed on. Past-Urrone children cannot receive new nanites because the brain rejects them, so their previous knowledge is lost ...
When Escola Jovem opened in March in Campinas, a city of 1 million residents about 50 miles north of São Paulo, the media ran with the sensational story, and religious leaders within the Roman Catholic nation voiced opposition. To some degree, the resistance was to be expected-Escola Jovem makes New Yorks gay-centric Harvey Milk High School look butch by comparison ...
When the clock strikes 7:15 the kids get a second wind of hunger. Last night when they requested a snack I created a "new" treat. We have been recently eating an Enjoy Life new cereal that are cute little balls that have the texture of grape nuts, meaning you could break your teeth chewing them! So I put about a 1/4 cup in a bowl and a couple of blueberries and then poured in a tad bit of coconut milk. The kind with only 2 ingredients, not the one in the box, we arent there yet. The girls were so excited to be eating "cereal". This made me realize that not only has M NEVER eaten a bowl of cereal but J hadnt had one in over 2 years!!! I was so happy. Here I was watching my girls eat something that I never thought they would be able to enjoy! J had a second serving and then ate the remainder of Ms because, lets face it, the little lady is picky as she can be (while still being able to eat raw broccoli for fun ...
Our eczema/allergy battle takes many twists and turns on a daily basis. We have tried literally EVERYTHING, or at least a little of everything. Most recently, in addition to different water, we have been targeting the emotional piece. We have always seen a correlation of Js hives/itch with her emotional state. After reading an article that I linked into The emotional piece post last month, I realized that my personality/relationship with J could be an aspect to her condition. So following much reflection after reading that article I have made a few changes. This is definitely a work in progress and I have many slip ups, but I feel like we took a step in the right direction on many levels. Before reading this article I would find myself losing my patience at the drop of a hat. I am a very uptight person to begin with, I have a very hard time multi-tasking and get flustered very quickly. I am also a very empathetic person. I have a very hard time seeing people going through struggles. This is ...
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This procedure is increasingly being performed in the United States. Yet there are no published clinical trials establishing the learning curve for this procedure, the indications for the operation, the risks for the patient or the long-term outcomes. Clearly, we need such information before minimally invasive hip replacements become commonplace. Based on what we know about the relationship between quantity and quality in some surgical procedures, it should be apparent who in our profession should and should not be performing this procedure. Surgeons need to be trained and need to do enough surgeries to maintain their training. Because the average orthopaedic surgeon performs few total hip procedures per year, it is unlikely that a single surgeon can perform five to 10 minimally invasive procedures per year with a negligible error rate and excellent outcomes. Until more is known about the long-term outcome of this procedure and until the equipment and imaging are perfected and widely available, ...
How often do you perform the procedure? This question gets to your surgeons experience. Excellent training is a must and was reviewed in the previous post. What happens after training is equally important.
SAXSLABs dedicated solution scattering instrument, the Bio-Nordic, is designed especially with bio-science research and users in mind. Using a temperature-controlled flow-through cell, robotic sample loading and easy to use software, we have removed many of the sample-handling challenges typically associated with solution SAXS. With a low learning curve and high degree of automation, the Bio-Nordic produces results quickly and efficiently while minimizing required user interaction.. ...
HealthCounts provides health membership to self sufficiency club. We selected the best known effective techniques and technologies, fun, user friendly modalities, that are easy to install and implement in homes or remote locations to improve access to the underserviced at low cost. Your best health is our goal. The intent is to measure and monitors your health stress indicators and modulate them with good vibrations from light, sound, food, exercise, towards optimum oxygen delivery and mind body spirit connection for peak performance. This website provides professionally supported self help kiosk to access training and tools, with resources, information, entertainment,education and access to tools for self assessment. We focus on accelerating the learning curve using PEMF training tools like the AmpCoil with BetterGuide app to modulate with neurobiofeedback brain gym training and body tuning, toning and restoration of homeostasis for balance. We use Voice analysis, for measuring modulating and
The offering is a compilation of pre-configured out-of-the-box graphic objects and screens specifically tailored to machine level HMI/Scada applications.. The components, along with an integrated workspace toolbar and screen templates, accelerate Ifix application development and allows duplication across many devices and/or machines for ease of integration, consistency of operation, and implementation of data standards such as OMAC.. Menu-driven configuration development enables rapid configuration of pre-developed screens for OEMs.. Specific tools, dynamos, machine and line-level pre-developed screens, including OMAC templates, will provide consistency across machines, enabling reduced engineering time, faster training and an easier learning curve.. Developers can use the out-of-the-box components as a starting point or customise them to solve a specific problem while maintaining ease of use for the operators.. The trending components and pre-built screens are specifically designed for ...
But the limited snaps havent stopped Perryman from helping Tranquill, and even Davis, who was new to Gus Bradleys defensive system. "Youre learning and teaching at the same time," Perryman said. "With (Davis), youre learning, but you can also teach him because hes been in a different system for 14 years. Its all a learning curve. "Both of them guys have high motor. With (Davis), just his experience and knowledge of the game. Its crazy. With Drue coming in and being a rookie, he understands football a lot. Both of those guys are a high motor guy." Davis was supposed to be the final piece of a championship-caliber defense when he signed a two-year contract in March. It didnt transpire that way for the 4-8 Chargers, but hes been durable and reliable with a team-high 96 total tackles. Defensive end Joey Bosa is a distant second with 51 total tackles. Uchenna Nwosu is listed as a linebacker on the roster and was named the starting strongside linebacker in the offseason, but hes also the ...
Genentech is a tremendously exciting place to work. Biotherapeutic development is constantly evolving, so I am always on a learning curve, building on experience and continuing to gather new information about the field. I really enjoy working in a cross-functional environment with terrific colleagues who are subject matter experts in a wide range of scientific disciplines.
Now, Think of It as Acting. Dont listen to people who say that you have to JUST BE YOURSELF. Nobody is JUST THEMSELVES. There is just too much Environmental Conditioning that happened to you. All that Crap twisted you up. That is NOT who you want to be anymore. So you start out by ACTING like you want to be. Yes, it will look phoney at first. Nobody learns how to play the Violin overnight… or even after a few months. It takes six months be begin to get the FEEL for it. You might be able to relate better to the concept if you think about really good Video Gamers… or you must know how to do something well… well, what was your Learning Curve on it? It will be the same for the new None-Angry Sunshine and Roses You. Practice, Practice, Practice and after about 5 or 6 months you will begin to FEEL like this New You actually has a Real Tangible Existence… that you have Created a Real Persona. It reminds me of a story I heard from England, where they had this huge problem with Upper Class ...
Theres a whole lot of strategic depth available with different unit types, multiple actions, and intricate maps with ever changing angles of attack. Each turn is set-up to give you five seconds of forward action, and you can preview that action before engaging it. The preview button lets you see if your moves will lead to an attack or pathway to death, and thats just based on where the current enemies positions are, not taking into account their move. The five second intervals let you change strategy often, and on the fly, and still matches dont take very long. The entire experience is a lot like Leviathan Warships, and thats not a good thing. At first glance, you can tell that the developers just dropped the whole heap of the desktop version on to the iPad, without any refinements for touch. The interface is extremely bloated with virtually no aspects changed to use touch instead of a mouse. Theres also a significant learning curve, and theres nothing that is intuitive leaving you to ...
It looks like the X Factor changes will continue. According to The New York Post, Mario Lopez will return to host Simon Cowells competition show but reality star, Khloe Kardashian will not. Khloe beat out former WWE star, Stacy Keibler and Kelly Osbourne as the co-host but didnt seem to be fitting into the flow of the show. Khloe had said previously, she hadnt even done live television and that the learning curve was causing a few problems. "Ive never done live TV before, and I was asked to not do any hosting lessons because they wanted me to be just myself. I found the day before because the stage was just built, that I couldnt read the teleprompter without glasses, so I had to get contacts the day before.". Are you surprised that Khloe has been fired? ...
Besides acquiring a good education (not a 6-month program over the Internet), you will need to purchase a lot of expensive equipment, hire a computer tech most likely, going through a learning curve where you are not making enough money to even pay overhead for quite some time (that is if you can find someone willing to hire a newbie), and then when you are up and running and have spent several thousands of dollars, have that account go offshore or EMR where they are generating their own reports. Did I mention our wages have fallen at least 50% just in the last two years. Then there are the doctors who dictate next to an ambulance with the sirens running and the EMTs shouting, eating, putting their recorder in their pocket instead of next to their mouth, dictating in a noisy room or cafeteria, or worse, on a cell phone with a lousy connection. This field is not something you just buy a computer and go straight to work, making $50,000 a year from the start as advertised. Please do some research ...
Q: Given AB = 2, find circle area in the context of the problem goal to ... Go over 2nd exercise on creating learning curves (from web site) in this talk ... – A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: abe46-YzczY
The key point of this discussion is the fact that you have to remember so much to use a CLI, whereas you can navigate and explore a GUI. Yes it can be more productive once youve learnt it, you can customise it to your own requirements, once youve learnt how to, but you cannot (reasonably) get anything useful done without climbing a fairly steep learning curve. A decent GUI (Windows, KDE, Gnome, I dont care which) on the other hand can be used straight away by virtually anyone.. The people we are talking about convincing here are not those of us that use computers on a daily basis, perhaps earning a living from them, and who are willing to (and even enjoy) getting to grips with something new and technical. They are the 100 million Americans or 10 million Britons who have a PC at home that they use to surf the net, read e-mail and play games. Windows does this very well, out of the box, with very little hassle. They dont care about productivity or customisability (beyond being able to put a ...
The key point of this discussion is the fact that you have to remember so much to use a CLI, whereas you can navigate and explore a GUI. Yes it can be more productive once youve learnt it, you can customise it to your own requirements, once youve learnt how to, but you cannot (reasonably) get anything useful done without climbing a fairly steep learning curve. A decent GUI (Windows, KDE, Gnome, I dont care which) on the other hand can be used straight away by virtually anyone.. The people we are talking about convincing here are not those of us that use computers on a daily basis, perhaps earning a living from them, and who are willing to (and even enjoy) getting to grips with something new and technical. They are the 100 million Americans or 10 million Britons who have a PC at home that they use to surf the net, read e-mail and play games. Windows does this very well, out of the box, with very little hassle. They dont care about productivity or customisability (beyond being able to put a ...
Exploring data with pandas, numpy and pyplot, make predictions with a scikit-learn, evaluate using R_2, k-fold cross-validation, learning curves, complexity ...
On 10 Sep 2007, at 22:45, Vishnu Gopal wrote: , , [kind of unrelated, but by not reply-munging, this thread is probably , losing lots of valuable conversation since the majority of people hit , reply instead of reply-all]. Think of it as part of the Erlang learning curve. Learning how to operate the mailing list is just as much a part of the process as learning to use distel ;-) Sean ...
To be told your new baby has Downs Syndrome is totally overwhelming. If you are lucky, you will have a circle of experts to support you - if you are not so lucky, it is a steep learning curve and can be confusing and frightening. I fell into the latter category, and now 22 years on would like to share information learned along the way with other parents who need a little extra support. If you have information of interest, please contact me at [email protected] for inclusion in this blog.. ...
To be told your new baby has Downs Syndrome is totally overwhelming. If you are lucky, you will have a circle of experts to support you - if you are not so lucky, it is a steep learning curve and can be confusing and frightening. I fell into the latter category, and now 22 years on would like to share information learned along the way with other parents who need a little extra support. If you have information of interest, please contact me at [email protected] for inclusion in this blog.. ...
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That learning curve just kept getting steeper. We now knew how to give our cow subcutaneous injections (cowhide is as tough as, well... leather) and how to make her open her mouth (hook fingers in the nostrils, pull up and back) but we had no idea how to dispose of her carcass. We couldnt leave it where it was - in the middle of a paddock fronting the road. We dont own a tractor or a digger and even if we did, our ground is too rocky to dig a substantial enough pit. The vet suggested hooking her up to the 4WD, towing her somewhere less conspicuous and letting nature take its course. Thats what we did. We bought some agricultural lime to spread over the carcass to hasten decomposition and well cover the remains with branches. Vale, Lady Macbeth ...
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Any help would be most welcome. My wife gave birth to twins last week (our firsts), they were at week 36 (about 5lb each). One went into neo nate and TBH the mat hospital was extremely busy when we were in and the midwifes seemed to just give formula to both babies and did not have time to support the b/f learning curve for us. We are not big complainers. We had planned to breast feed as much as possible and make up the shortfall with formula, ante natal classes said that many multiple
CSS is a wonderful language for presenting web pages. Its not too difficult to learn, though like most things, it does have a learning curve. Where many people seem to get tripped up is in specific solutions to specific problems. Fortunately theres a good chance that someone before you has already had the same problem and even better has found a solution.. Here are 47 of those solutions. 47 CSS Tips, Tricks, and Techniques to add to your CSS toolbox. Some you may be familiar with while others may be new to you. The tips below span from beginner to more advanced CSS code. Hopefully youll find a few techniques that will be both new and useful to you and perhaps some will find their way into your next project.. For those, who dont know what is CSS? And what it can do? Than CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a style sheet language used to describe the presentation semantics (that is, the look and formatting) of a document written in a markup language. Its most common application is to style web ...