26 NOVEMBER 2013, VOL. 5, NO. 1

   


26 NOVEMBER 2013, VOL. 5, NO. 1, PAGES 81-86.




About the Cover: Some reports concerned that mobile phone short messages can help health caregivers more focused on their work through reminding them what need do next, and positive results were presented showing that such “beep message” improves patients overall outcomes and satisfaction. Regarding this usage, several drawbacks need mentioned before it was recommended as routine reminder. Detraction from normal work, over-weighed dependence on this kind of remind, and uniform and non-individualized messages all will make the healthcare system lose flexibility and true efficacy. (See page 85).




Table of Contents

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Science Insights 2013; 5(1): page i.

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NEWS

Worldwide break news are selected.

No Prisoners’ Organs for Transplantation (Hangzhou, CHINA)

The Oldest Tomatillo Discovered (Denver, USA)

India’s Mission to Mars (New Delhi, INDIA)

Giant Snakes Could Back Again (Gainesville, USA)

Greenhouse Gas Volumes Reached New High in 2012 (Geneva, SWITZERLAND)

Do We Need Pay for the Outer Space Exploitation? (New York, USA)

Science Insights 2013; 5(1): 81-82.

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EDITOR'S CHOICE

Recent representative literatures are highlighted.

CELL BIOLOGY: Ack1 and TRAIL Receptor Membrane Dynamics

EDUCATION: Parents’ Role in Reading Motivation between Immigrant and Native Students

MEDICINE: Does Targeted Temperature Play A Role in Cardiac Arrest?

Science Insights 2013; 5(1): 83.

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PICTURE STATION

Barceloneta Beach (1896)

By Pablo Ruiz y Picasso (Spain)

Science Insights 2013; 5(1): 84.

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PERSPECTIVE

Mobile Phone Short Messages for Health Professionals

By Yusheng Liu, Xirong Guo, Rong Shen, Fuzhou Wang, Xiaofeng Shen

Science Insights 2013; 5(1): 85-86.

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