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A survey of system administrator mental models and situation awareness

Dennis G. Hrebec, Michael Stiber
2001 Proceedings of the 2001 ACM SIGCPR conference on Computer personnel research - SIGCPR '01  
Little empirical research has been conducted on the mental models and situation awareness of system administrators.  ...  To begin addressing this deficiency, a short survey was prepared and broadcast to system administrators via Internet newsgroups. Fifty-four sysadmins responded.  ...  The authors acknowledge the contributions of all the sysadmins who gave generously of their time and expertise during the interviews conducted for this research.  ... 
doi:10.1145/371209.371231 dblp:conf/sigcpr/HrebecS01 fatcat:cj32dnuo3zga7das44pyfrb6fu

University of Azuay wellbeing survey 2019

Anne Carr, Matías Abad Merchán, Narcisa Ullauri
2021 Kairós, Revista de Ciencias Económicas, Jurídicas y Administrativas  
Integrar la salud en todos los aspectos de la cultura del campus es una de las llamadas a la acción en la Carta Internacional de Okanagan de 2015.  ...  El Ministerio de Educación Superior de Ecuador exige que una institución mantenga una unidad administrativa de bienestar destinada a promover los derechos de los miembros de la comunidad académica.  ...  Additional Survey questions sought perceptions of how UDA would handle a situation in which a student reported sexual misconduct and their knowledge of types of support services that exist.  ... 
doi:10.37135/kai.03.06.03 doaj:22efbd2b71954c2e86f38fd8d3b8cb4e fatcat:mxpeyd4rzzexxhqfcwxp3ql3ki

Crisis Resource Management and High-Performing Teams in Hyperacute Stroke Care

Phavalan Rajendram, Lowyl Notario, Cliff Reid, Charles R. Wira, Jose I. Suarez, Scott D. Weingart, Houman Khosravani
2020 Neurocritical Care  
These strategies include situational awareness, triage and prioritization, mitigation of cognitive load, team member role clarity, communication, and debriefing.  ...  Management of stroke patients in the acute setting is a high-stakes task with several challenges including the need for rapid assessment and treatment, maintenance of high-performing team dynamics, management  ...  Powers (Department of Neurology, University of North Carolina School of Medicine) for his review of the manuscript and providing comments and insights that were used to revise it.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12028-020-01057-4 pmid:32794144 pmcid:PMC7426067 fatcat:ugmqdx4x3jayfmfebczu2qtzhe

A Behavioral Intervention Team at a Two-Year College: Responding to a Case of Suicidal Ideation
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Rufus Larkin, Yolanda Fountain, Ca Trice Glenn, Loni Crumb, Jennifer Smith, Ashley Morgan
2015 The Journal of Campus Behavioral Intervention  
This article examines the processes that underlie the application of a Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) to an acute student mental health situation, specifically suicidal ideation, at a two-year college  ...  These situations are often intense and challenging when they occur, presenting faculty, educators, and administrators with difficult decisions.  ...  There are six major strengths of such a model (Higher Education Mental Health Alliance, 2013).  ... 
doi:10.17732/jbit2015/7 fatcat:yagem7vpwbeufaothfg7lulitm

Page 1668 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 78, Issue 6 [page]

1991 Psychological Abstracts  
Only 27 programs identified with a feminist model or had a clearly defined sense of gender awareness.  ...  Such a tendency is attributed to the contemporary thought of “technol- ogy and convenience first” and to a system of medical education that is extremely faithful to scientism.  ... 

Awareness, anxiety, and depression in healthcare professionals, medical students, and general population of Pakistan during COVID-19 Pandemic: A cross sectional online survey

Sardar Muhammad Alfareed Zafar, Muhammad Junaid Tahir, Muna Malik, Muhammad Irfan Malik, Fahd Kamal Akhtar, Rubi Ghazala
2020 Medical Journal of The Islamic Republic of Iran  
A total of 1014 people responded to the survey.  ...  Methods: An online cross sectional survey was conducted; with a questionnaire having demographic profile, COVID-19-related knowledge/awareness, self-rating anxiety scale (SAS), and self-rating depression  ...  Methods Study design and participants Due to the lockdown situation in Pakistan, we used a web-based cross sectional survey in English language to collect data in Pakistani population from March 27,  ... 
doi:10.34171/mjiri.34.131 pmid:33437727 pmcid:PMC7787044 fatcat:kxif4edrd5ddjhxflbf2thw4aq

The Reality of Uncertainty in Mental Health Care Settings Seeking Professional Integration: A Mixed-Methods Approach

Chiara Pomare, Louise A. Ellis, Kate Churruca, Janet C. Long, Jeffrey Braithwaite
2018 International Journal of Integrated Care  
The aim of this study is to examine the types and situations of uncertainty experienced by professionals working in a mental health setting based on an integrated care model.  ...  Uncertainty is a common experience in the complex adaptive health system, particularly amongst mental health professionals structured for the delivery of integrated care.  ...  Online Survey The online survey (Appendix B) was designed as a result of the interview findings, to confirm and quantify the manifestations of the "types" and "situations" of uncertainty revealed in the  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.4168 pmid:30588218 pmcid:PMC6300768 fatcat:s6oljmmzk5axzpfai7hbalnkbi

Public Psychiatrists' Reports of Their Own Recovery-Oriented Practices

Jules M. Ranz, Anthony D. Mancini
2008 Psychiatric Services  
., who developed the Dialogix Web-based survey tool and assisted the authors in the process of converting the survey instrument into a Dialogix-based survey form.  ...  Acknowledgments and disclosures The authors thank Thomas M.  ...  Methods: A de novo survey designed specifically for psychiatrists was developed on the basis of prior measures and theories of recovery. A total of 144 graduates completed the survey.  ... 
doi:10.1176/ps.2008.59.1.100 pmid:18182547 fatcat:abzqjht5afe77l3ieus3rmjql4

Community-Based Collaboration: A Philanthropic Model for Positive Social Change

Lynda Frost, Susan Stone
2009 The Foundation Review  
The monitoring committee considers this score to demonstrate significant progress toward our goal of becoming a national model of a mentally healthy community.  ...  each: (1) education and community awareness, (2) justice systems, (3) housing, and (4) short-and long-term treatment.  ...  There was a slight increase in the number of Austin American Statesman articles related to mental health issues between 2005 and 2006, and higher publicity than state comparisons.  ... 
doi:10.4087/foundationreview-d-09-00004 fatcat:uxdkzapnz5huni3nls5644hsxy

51 Improving the individual work performance questionnaire using rasch analysis

L Koopmans, Bernaards, Hildebrandt, van Buuren, van der Beek, de Vet
2013 Occupational and Environmental Medicine  
The mental disorders and diseases of the musculoskeletal system were the main causes of absence, confirming the pattern of sickness among nursing staff.  ...  absences due to mental and behavioural disorders (162 days) with an average of 10.13 days.  ...  Managers and supervisors believed that large proportions of accidents and injuries are avoidable as there are written rules and safe practices for many situations and practices.  ... 
doi:10.1136/oemed-2013-101717.51 fatcat:ltb7x2jzejdkrdoagpmtois7w4

Awareness, anxiety, and depression in healthcare professionals, medical students, and general population of Pakistan during COVID-19 Pandemic: A cross sectional online survey

Sardar Muhammad Alfareed Zafar, Muhammad Junaid Tahir, Muna Malik, Muhammad Irfan Malik, Fahd Kamal Akhtar, Rubi Ghazala
2020 Medical Journal of The Islamic Republic of Iran  
Methods Study design and participants Due to the lockdown situation in Pakistan, we used a web-based cross sectional survey in English language to collect data in Pakistani population from March 27,  ...  a Included doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, and health-related administrators. b Included students of all years of MBBS.  ...  Conflict of Interests The authors declare that they have no competing interests.  ... 
doi:10.47176/mjiri.34.131 fatcat:scjtnrmdmnhqhntbn5mur665fu

Page 3975 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 87, Issue 10 [page]

2000 Psychological Abstracts  
(U Louisville, Dept of Psychology, Louisville, KY) Mental health services in Kentucky nursing homes: A survey of administrators. Journal of Clinical Geropsychology, 2000(Jul), Vol 6(3), 223-232.  ...  —Administrators of Kentucky nursing homes were surveyed regarding their perceptions of mental health problems, current and future ser- vices use, satisfaction with services, and need for consultation.  ... 

TARGETED CHANGE IN THE MENTALITY OF COMMUNITIES THROUGH TRANSFORMATIVE ADULT LEARNING

Dmytro Dzvinchuk, Victor Petrenko, Mariana Orliv, Andriy Mazak, Iryna Ozminska
2020 Novìtnâ Osvìta  
For this purpose, the reengineering programme "Aware Residents is a Strong Community" was developed (using the theories of transformative adult learning, institutional matrices and progressive capitalism  ...  The paper explains the specifics of the implementation of the programmes of transformative adult learning for a targeted change in the mentality of communities.  ...  Acknowledgements The research started as part of the "Aware Residents is a Strong Community" project supported by the East Europe Foundation in December 2015 -October 2016 and continued within the framework  ... 
doi:10.20535/2410-8286.194771 fatcat:qqrnmofdlndrdartgrpjmmnyyy

Physicians' Needs in Coping With Emotional Stressors

Yue-Yung Hu
2012 Archives of Surgery  
Design, Setting, and Participants: A 56-item survey was administered to a convenience sample (n=108) of resident and attending physicians at surgery, emergency medicine, and anesthesiology departmental  ...  Main Outcome Measures: Likelihood of seeking support, perceived barriers, awareness of available services, sources of support, and experience with stress.  ...  , aware of and know how to contact, and aware and have used).  ... 
doi:10.1001/archsurg.2011.312 pmid:22106247 pmcid:PMC3309062 fatcat:ssslvin36rbh7gtkkky663rdkm

Crisis leadership and coaching: a tool for building school leaders' self-efficacy through self-awareness and reflection

Jodie Lynn Brinkmann, Carol Cash, Ted Price
2021 International Journal of Mentoring and Coaching in Education  
using a purposeful, nonrepresentative sample were the perceptions and experiences of PK-12 administrators as they served in their leadership role during the pandemic.  ...  Although there are other tools to support leaders' self-awareness and reflection, the effects of the pandemic represent a unique opportunity for examining leader practices to adjust to, prepare for and  ...  Effective systems are required to assist those in charge of a crisis to evaluate, filter and integrate the large amount of information such a situation generates (Alvintzi and Hannes, 2010) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/ijmce-01-2021-0009 fatcat:x4qmrczyo5crzhwtol7demm6sq
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