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A Protocol-Driven, Digital Conversational Agent at the Hospital Bedside to Support Nurse Teams and to Mitigate Delirium and Falls Risk

A Protocol-Driven, Digital Conversational Agent at the Hospital Bedside to Support Nurse Teams and to Mitigate Delirium and Falls Risk

Camino RealMillbrae, CA,United States866 6964victor@care.coachhttp://orcid.org/0000-0001-7493-1981WexlerSharonPhD, RN2DruryLinPhD, RN2WangBrittanyMA11care.coach corporationMillbrae, CAUnited States2Pace UniversityNew York, NYUnited StatesCorresponding Author: Victor

Victor Wang, Sharon Wexler, Lin Drury, Brittany Wang

iproc 2018;4(2):e11883

Estimation of the Probability of Reinfection With COVID-19 by the Susceptible-Exposed-Infectious-Removed-Undetectable-Susceptible Model

Estimation of the Probability of Reinfection With COVID-19 by the Susceptible-Exposed-Infectious-Removed-Undetectable-Susceptible Model

However, upon its outbreak, various research, including but not limited to Victor [1] and Batista [2], began to predict the scale that the virus would hit the world; the ratio of the death to recovery rate has seemingly been a positive proportion.

Alexander Victor Okhuese

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(2):e19097

Statistical Issues and Lessons Learned From COVID-19 Clinical Trials With Lopinavir-Ritonavir and Remdesivir

Statistical Issues and Lessons Learned From COVID-19 Clinical Trials With Lopinavir-Ritonavir and Remdesivir

We take the three randomized clinical trials conducted by Cao et al [12] on lopinavir-ritonavir and by Wang et al [13] and Beigel et al [14] on remdesivir as examples to illustrate statistical issues and lessons learned, as they have drawn great attention in

Guosheng Yin, Chenyang Zhang, Huaqing Jin

JMIR Public Health Surveill 2020;6(3):e19538

Elderly Learners and Massive Open Online Courses: A Review

Elderly Learners and Massive Open Online Courses: A Review

Victor et al [6] showed that in various studies loneliness has been defined as “perceived deprivation of social contact, the lack of people available or willing to share social and emotional experiences, a state where an individual has the potential to interact

Tharindu Rekha Liyanagunawardena, Shirley Ann Williams

Interact J Med Res 2016;5(1):e1