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<ul><li> 1. Research Methods in HealthChapter 14. Selected Research Papers-Purpose, Framework, Results - Young Moon Chae, Ph.D. Graduate School of Public Health Yonsei University, Korea </li> <li> 2. Table of Contents Online psychological service for health professional ---------------------------3 Evaluation of CDSS for Drug Prescription Based on Success Measures --12 Implementing Health Management Information Systems: Measuring Success in Koreas Health Centers -------------------------------------------------20 Risk Factors for Cervical Cancer amongKorean Women from the Korean Cancer Prevention Study --------------------------------------------------------------30 Evaluation of Mobile Phone-based Diet Game for Weight Control ----------51 Management Issues in Health Information Systems ----------------------------58 Competency-based Learning for Distance Education in System Analysis and Design --------------------------------------------------------------------------------62 2 </li> <li> 3. Burnout, job stress and job satisfaction: A study among doctors and nurses of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia 3 Ariunsanaa B, SugarmaaM, KhuderchuluunN, SaranchuluunO, Chae YM </li> <li> 4. Introduction Background Mongolia is considered to be one of the countries with a sufficient supply of health professionals in terms of proportion to the size of the population, especially in urban areas. However, the problem of dense population in urban areas and internal migration has deteriorated the quality, accessibility, and load of healthcare services. In this situation, it is claimed that the stress and depression driven by over workload of health professionals has somewhat negatively influenced their attitude towards work and job satisfaction. Other factors, such as the number of the patients, duration of medical checkups, procedures, consultations, and other additional functions, like serving patients with special needs, can lead to significant job stress. Significance There was no study dealing with job stress and job satisfaction for health professionals in Mongolia 4 </li> <li> 5. Research Objectives General To study job stress, burnout and some depressive symptoms of medical doctors and nurses of tertiary health care settings of Ulaanbaatar Specific Objectives To determine the prevalence of job stress and burnout among medical doctors and nurses, To determine the prevalence of job dissatisfaction and some depressive symptoms of medical doctors and nurses To analyze the association between job stress, burnout and depressive symptoms 5 </li> <li> 6. Methods Study design Study design is cross sectional and pre-experimental as it is social science research. Sampling In this study 400 of medical doctors and nurses will be included. Stratified sampling by using hospital size as strata 6 </li> <li> 7. Research Framework Burn out Job stressJob satisfaction Age Sex EducationJob characteristics Multiple regression Chi square or t-testCorrelation orChi square test 7 </li> <li> 8. Analytic Methods All variables are ordinal scale (5 points) Simple regression vscorrelation (direction) Correlation vsChi-square test T-test vsChi-square test T-test vspaired t-test Parametric test vsnon-parametric test Multiple regression vslogistic regression 8 </li> <li> 9. Relation between burnout and job characteristics9 </li> <li> 10. Comparison of job characteristics between doctors and nurses 10 </li> <li> 11. Regression on burnout 11 </li> <li> 12. Evaluation of CDSS for Drug Prescription Based on Success MeasuresJinwooPark, Young Moon Chae, Young TaekLee, Koungwon Cho, JungheeKim, Byung HwaLee(Published in Journal of Korean Society of Medical Informatics. 2009; 15(3): 293-301) 12 </li> <li> 13. Introduction Background Medication errors are increasing The Clinical Decision Support System (CDSS) for drug prescriptions was developed by integrating the computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system to support doctors and pharmacists in making correct decisions on prescribing drugs in line with the prescription guidelines by the Health Insurance Review Agency (HIRA) Significance This is the first attempt to evaluate effectiveness of CDSS for drug prescription in Korea Use of DeLoneand McFarlanmodel for performance evaluation of CDSS 13 </li> <li> 14. Objectives The purpose of this paper is to analyze the performance of the CDSS with respect to system quality, information quality, and user satisfaction to reduce prescription error Specific objectives are: To identify the factors influencing CDSS performance To analyze association between quality measures and user satisfaction 14 </li> <li> 15. Subjects A questionnaire was designed by structuring primary evaluation areas first and then more detailed sub-areas in each primary area. The survey was conducted by mail or by visit for 6 weeks from April 20 to May 29, 2009, for the pharmacists from 38 hospitals using the CDSS. Hospitals were selected by stratified random sampling Research design is cross-sectional design A total of 84 questionnaires were returned from 22 users (response rate of 58%). Of them, 77 were used for the analysis, excluding 7 that were found unusable for statistical analysis. 15 </li> <li> 16. Model and Statistical Analysis Based on the Deloneand McLean framework, we evaluated the success of the CDSS by using two quality measures (system quality and information quality) as independent variables; and three performance measures (user satisfaction and organizational impact) as dependent variables for the multiple regression analysis (Figure 1). Chi-square analysis with cross-tabulation was performed to analyze the specific associations among two quality measures and three measures of user satisfaction (information satisfaction, system satisfaction, and willingness to recommend to others). We also analyzed the associations between two quality measures and improvements in drug safety as a performance measure of organizational impact by using Chi-square 16 </li> <li> 17. Research Framework 17 </li> <li> 18. The effect of the information quality measures on user Satisfaction Factors Regressioncoefficient Standard error t-value P-value Informationaccuracy 0.060 0.252 0.24 0.8116 Informationtimelines 0.502 0.285 1.76 0.0823 Informationreliability 0.462 0.275 1.68 0.0975 Informationup-to-datedness 0.252 0.265 0.95 0.3438 Decisionsupportingfunction 0.771 0.263 2.94 0.0045 18 </li> <li> 19. The association of quality measures and information satisfaction Description Information satisfaction No In-between Yes Total Chisq p- value System Quality Easeofsystemuse No 1(25.0) 3(75.0) 0( 0.0) 4( 5.2) 18.0 0.002 In-between 0( 0.0) 19(59.4) 13(40.6) 32(41.6) Yes 1( 2.4) 12(29.3) 28(68.3) 41(53.2) Resultsunderstanding No 1(100.0) 0( 0.0) 0( 0.0) 1( 1.3) 58.7</li></ul>