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What’s med-hok?
Med-hok is a teleconference management database system specifically designed for Asia-Pacific Advanced Network (APAN) Medical Working Group. >>more
What can we do?
When accessing Med-hok as a guest, you can check the date, time and type of past and future events, as well as which institutions joined or will join by accessing the “Past event” and “Coming event” pages. If you are a member of Med-hok, you can login your “Institution User ID” to access upcoming events that your institution will join, or to edit the member list of your institution. You can also review your institution’s activities on the “Past event” page. If you are an “Event Administrator”, you can plan events and edit programs.
How about site structure?
The site is constructed in three parts. The first is the General portion, which introduces and provides an explanation of the system and ID rules. The second is the Institution section. This is for each institution that is a member of Med-hok, which can be accessed after login. From My page, you can edit your own institution’s information including its members, and create a new event. The third part is the Event section. Each upcoming or past event has its own detail page. The Event detail page includes the Program, Mailing list, Connection information, Files, and Report menus. >>more
What does the “Coming event” and “Past event” mean?
The “event” means Telemedicine activities, such as live demonstration and case teleconferences. The “Coming event” will be not performed yet and now it is in ready. In contrast, “Past event” are already done.
How the “event” will be realized?
Teleconferencing using Med-hok involves five processes. Process 0 is designated as “Basement”. The system requests the institution for general information and member information, network and system availability, and some other parameters. Process 1 is entitled “Ready”. A program and mailing list for the event are suggested, and the institution can connect to check and update the information. Engineers test all connections. Process 2 is referred to as “Event”. Telemedicine activities are performed in this process, such as live demonstration and case teleconferences. Process 4 is “Review”. A report of the event is created, as well as a questionnaire to be completed by participants. In this way, we can review the event for quality enhancement. Finally, Process 4 is designated “Achievement”. Event records, such as photos and video recordings, are archived. These data are also used for publication, such as on websites, in articles or in annual reports. >>more