The most frequent patterns mentioned in the hBCI literature include event-related desynchronization/synchronization (ERD/ERS) elicited by motor imagery, the P300 event-related potential (ERP), and the steady-state visually evoked potential (SSVEP) .
Motor imagery is the most often used mental task in the hBCI literature , providing a wealth of previous articles to compare our results to.
Despite these limitations, several applications could benefit from the peculiarities of our hBCI paradigm.
Therefore, the purpose of this study is to use initial HBCI results to (1) identify the personal, sociocultural, and economic barriers-to-care that delay breast cancer presentation within this Haitian patient population and (2) recommend personalized interventions that preempt patient delay, reduce stage at presentation, and consequently improve mortality, in an effort to control the burden of breast cancer disease within Haiti.
The HBCI is a prospective, hospital-based breast cancer registry at the Breast Clinic of the Partners In Health (PIH)/Zanmi Lasante (ZL) Hopital Bon Sauveur in Cange, Haiti.
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This paper describes the Home-Based Crisis Intervention (HBCI
) program in New York and the outcomes of a study that investigated the effectiveness of the program.