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Design of Experiment (DOE) Case Studies in Healthcare

The purpose that study is to collect information about DOE in healthcare and try to apply the philosophy of DOE in that field. For that aim three theoretical case studies are explained. Then, four real life case studies carried out at Batman city and Istanbul in 2013-2014 are prepared by using Design Expert Program by providing all mathematical models visually. In these case studies, the most and the least effective factors are tried to be found. The effects of noise factors are tried to be minimized to decrease the variability and increase model parameters. The degree of cancer is seen as the most effective factor of model. Doze and the weight of patient interaction is the most effective factor on the quality of film. The main goal is reached by using gaviscon and protech medicines to get optimal result. All results are summarised at the end of the article and It is found that DOE can be widely used in healthcare. Key Words: Design of Experiment, Healthcare, Radiology, Cancer, Stomach Ulcer.
IMRAN ASLAN 287-303 Download(425)
A Determination of Water Supply Budget for the Realisation of Vision 20, 2020 in Adamawa State, Nigeria
This paper was designed to determine the water supply budget that would enable Adamawa State Government, Nigeria realize the objective of vision 20, 2020 in respect of water supply in the State. it made use of secondary data obtained from Adamawa state water Board, Adamawa State Rural Water supply and Environment Sanitation Agency and Federal Office of statistics in Federal Government Secretariat, Yola Water supply budget (response variable) and Population size (explanatory variable) are the two parameters examined to determine how realisable is the vision 20, 2020 in respect of water supply in Adamawa State. Secondary data on the two variables were obtained for the period (2002 -2010) and were tested, using covariance and correlation analysis to determine the strength of linear relationship between the two variables. The confirmation of positive linear relationship between variable enable the researcher to conduct regression analysis in order to forecast the water supply budget for the period, leading to the year 2020. The forecasts reveal that water supply budget will grow on the average by 4.3% between year 2015 and 2020. This growth rate surpasses projected annual population growth rate of 3.2 % in Adamawa State. The Implication of this finding is that Adamawa State Government will be able to improve water supply converge which is a key focus of vision 20, 2020. In order to perform this feat, institutional empowerment was recommended to the government of Adamawa State. The State’s water parastatal, Adamawa State water Board is to be supported technically, financially and in all aspects of management. The significance of the paper cannot be over-emphasized. Its findings are optimistic and re-assuring to the government of Adamawa State that vision 20,2020, in respect of water supply, can be realized in the state. Key Words: Water, Budget, Population, Vision, 20, 2020, Determination.
DR. OLUSEGUN ADEGOKE ADEWUSI 304-312 Download(409)
The Role of Kindergarten Institutions in Activating Community Participation toward the Improvement of Education Quality for Pre-School Child Between Reality and Expectations
The study aimed to identify the role of kindergarten institutions in activating community participation toward the improvement of education quality for kindergarten child between reality and expectation at Najran region. It also aimed to identify the role of kindergartens in fulfilling the community requirements and obstacles it faces. Furthermore, it studied the extent of attention those institutions receive from in charge people and other social institutions to improve the quality of education for kindergarten children. The study population and sample consisted of (198) kindergarten principals, teachers, and supervisors at Najran city. All were selected randomly out of all kindergartens at Najran. The descriptive analytical approach was used. A questionnaire to measure the role of kindergartens in activating the community participation from the viewpoints of kindergarten principals, teachers, and supervisors was developed. It consisted of (42) items distributed to three main fields. The first field discussed the role of kindergartens in activating community participation. The second one addressed the role of kindergartens in meeting the community requirements. While the third one tackled the obstacles facing kindergarten institutions to activate the community participation. In addition, an open question related to how to activate kindergarten’s community participation with other institutions was asked. The researchers got use of the related literature and previous studies in the field of kindergarten to develop the study instrument that was subjected to the statistical treatment using SPSS program. Its validity, reliability, and fitness of its items for study aims were checked. Findings showed that the role of kindergarten institutions in community participation activation from the perspectives of study participants was in general moderate. The study also revealed the importance of activating community participation with regard to standards and bases wellknown for participants whether at kindergartens or other community institutions. Findings also uncovered that activating the system of community participation by kindergartens contributes to the integrative education of kindergarten child. The study concluded some proposals and perceptions to enhance the role of kindergarten institutions to activate community participation to improve the quality of pre-school child education in light of the aims of kindergartens. Key Words: Kindergartens, Quality Of Child Education, Community Participation, Local Community, Pre-School Child, Kindergarten Child.
Diagnostics of the Performance Appraisal Process of Employees Case Study: A Private Bank in Iran
Performance management is one of the most important mechanisms for cultivation of the human resources. Appropriate design and deployment of performance management lays the suitable ground for nurturing of the human resources through enjoying such traits as effective goal setting, formation of interviews at the beginning and end of the course (between the boss and the subordinate) and assigning expectations to the staff and receiving their expectations, identifying needs for human resources training and thinking about the supplies required for them. With all importance which can be considered for employees performance appraisal process in scientific and intellectual terms, conducting of such performance has not only failed despite such an action taken at organizations but it has also been criticized by employees and even managers due to different reasons. In this article employees performance appraisal process has been examined in a private bank. this end, after expressing of the issue and its importance, the related literature has been reviewed; and in order to investigate the performance appraisal process, the intended statistical population was divided into two classes comprising the assessors and the assessed. Then, a questionnaire was developed given the model and its copies were distributed among a sample of 164 personnel consisting of 34 assessors and 130 assessed subjects. After that, the hypotheses were studied via bainomial test, there by rejecting all hypotheses both in the class of the assessors and in the class of the assessed, except for goal setting which the assessors hold that goal setting is realized for employees but the assessed maintain that this does not happen for them. Key Words: Performance Management, Performance Agreement, Individual Development Planning, Supervision during the Course, Revision at the End of the Course.

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