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Collaborative information synthesis II: Recommendations for information systems to support synthesis activities

Catherine Blake, Wanda Pratt
2006 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
systems that support synthesis activities.  ...  In this article, we review existing cognitive and information seeking models that have inadvertently reported synthesis behavior and provide five recommendations for systems designers to build information  ...  to support collaborative information synthesis.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20486 fatcat:ava6lw6iqjcmjfc45z2yrtrjiu

Examining Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations to Inform Agricultural and Environmental Science Communication: A Meta-synthesis Approach

Kristin E Gibson, Allison R Fortner, Alexa J Lamm, Madison C. Wilson, Allen J Moore
2021 Journal of Applied Communications  
The data were collected from a web-based system containing university research publications and analyzed using a thematic analysis and meta-synthesis.  ...  As new challenges emerge at the nexus of agriculture and the environment, researchers must shift toward a collaborative and interdisciplinary approach to ensure the science communication efforts sharing  ...  to Inform Communication Published by New Prairie Press, 2021 Gibson et al.: Examining Research Collaborations to Inform Communication Published by New Prairie Press, 2021 Gibson et al.: Examining  ... 
doi:10.4148/1051-0834.2381 fatcat:4dtfrqovffedbpm7sbu364e3py

From cooperative data collection to full collaboration and co-management: a synthesis of the 2014 ICES symposium on fishery-dependent information

Hendrik Dörner, Norman Graham, Gabriella Bianchi, Åsmund Bjordal, Marco Frederiksen, William A. Karp, Steven J. Kennelly, Jann Thorsten Martinsohn, Kimberly Murray, Martin Pastoors, Njård Håkon Gudbrandsen
2014 ICES Journal of Marine Science  
In this paper, we synthesize information presented at the 2nd Fishery Dependent Information (FDI) Conference, held in Rome, Italy, from 2 to 6 March 2014.  ...  Key issues include (i) the design and collection of data associated with commercial and recreational fisheries and the use of these data to support conventional and novel approaches to fisheries science  ...  It also allowed, in particular, funding support for some participants from developing countries and for fishers who would otherwise not have been able to attend.  ... 
doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsu222 fatcat:6m5ynjepnjbarfm354mnfszlau

Enabling long-term oceanographic research: Changing data practices, information management strategies and informatics

Karen S. Baker, Cynthia L. Chandler
2008 Deep-sea research. Part II, Topical studies in oceanography  
To meet the changing expectations of scientists collecting data and of data reuse by others, collaborative strategies involving diverse teams of information professionals are developing.  ...  These changes are stimulating the growth of information infrastructures that support multi-scale sampling, data repositories, and data integration.  ...  Representation of the whole earth as an ecosystem, a system of complex systems, taking into account information, human, and environmental dimensions.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2008.05.009 fatcat:uwvod3dwgvasli45ueyeyjnqre

Reports from San Juan, Part II

2012 Chemistry International  
Division V tends to be at the heart of collaborations-making chemical measurements is an indispensable part of every activity of every division, and so much of the work of the committee revolves around  ...  These bodies turn out a vast number of reports and recommendations, and have contributed to the prominence of the division.  ...  The division committee supported the proposal to appoint Prof. Xing (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) as the new co-editor.  ... 
doi:10.1515/ci.2012.34.2.16 fatcat:banxgjxzonaczi4l4qtfyf6nvm

Malaria Chemotherapy and the "Kaleidoscopic" Organisation of Biomedical Research during World War II

Leo B. Slater
2004 Ambix  
November 1931, p Acknowledgements The author wishes to thank the editor and referee at Ambix and the participants in the 2002 CHMC conference for their suggestions and advice.  ...  Duritig the period of 1940-2. it was the Rockefeller Foundation itself, particularly John Maier and Coggeshall, who co-ordinated much of the testing of compounds for industrial "*' James to Strode. 12  ...  The project had screened its thousands of compounds many synthesised for this purpose for anti-malarial activity, and many of these had proceeded to further testing for toxicity and metabolic fate.  ... 
doi:10.1179/000269804790987551 fatcat:ab4r7upj5nbknhumsjnj5txpku

Malaria Chemotherapy and the "Kaleidoscopic" Organisation of Biomedical Research during World War II

Leo B. Slater
2004 Ambix  
November 1931, p Acknowledgements The author wishes to thank the editor and referee at Ambix and the participants in the 2002 CHMC conference for their suggestions and advice.  ...  Duritig the period of 1940-2. it was the Rockefeller Foundation itself, particularly John Maier and Coggeshall, who co-ordinated much of the testing of compounds for industrial "*' James to Strode. 12  ...  The project had screened its thousands of compounds many synthesised for this purpose for anti-malarial activity, and many of these had proceeded to further testing for toxicity and metabolic fate.  ... 
doi:10.1179/amb.2004.51.2.107 pmid:15484400 fatcat:3rj6ef3vdfaz7nvwd3py42h7w4

Part II: Living Life: A Meta-Synthesis Exploring Recovery as Processual Experiences

Mona Sommer, Stian Biong, Marit Borg, Bengt Karlsson, Trude Klevan, Ottar Ness, Linda Nesse, Jeppe Oute, Rolf Sundet, Hesook Suzie Kim
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
These processes are contextualized in relation to mental health and/or substance abuse problems and highlight the need for support to facilitate the person's access to necessary personal, social, and material  ...  resources to live an ordinary life in recovery.  ...  systems, and peer support work.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18116115 pmid:34204024 pmcid:PMC8201104 fatcat:egrwmfjjebglxeh5yjnq47qvze

Quality appraisal of clinical guidelines for the management of constipation according to AGREE II instrument

Breno Ferreira Rocha Lima, Bárbara Manuella Cardoso Sodré Alves, Noemia Urruth Leão Tavares, Rodrigo Fonseca Lima, Veronica Cortez Ginani, Tiago Marques dos Reis, Rafael Santos Santana
2022 Research, Society and Development  
Of the eleven documents analyzed, only three presented the criteria for recommendation proposed for use in clinical practice, with a general average of quality indexes ranging from 93 to 72%.  ...  While clinical guidelines are informative documents that include recommendations aimed at optimizing patient care, this study aims to evaluate the quality of these documents available in the management  ...  evidence to support care activities by health professionals.  ... 
doi:10.33448/rsd-v11i3.27086 fatcat:xnrifezvsjasxfuxugd2lgeut4

Autonomous discovery in the chemical sciences part II: Outlook

Connor W Coley, Natalie S Eyke, Klavs F. Jensen
2019 Angewandte Chemie International Edition  
One can argue that even the best automated systems have yet to "discover" despite being incredibly useful as laboratory assistants.  ...  Addressing these practical and methodological challenges will greatly advance the extent to which autonomous systems can make meaningful discoveries.  ...  This work was supported by the Machine Learning for Pharmaceutical Discovery and Synthesis Consortium and the DARPA Make-It program under contract ARO W911NF-16-2-0023.  ... 
doi:10.1002/anie.201909989 pmid:31553509 fatcat:qwc5y66npbf7jjf5lq53tw5igi

Section II: Poster Sessions

2009 Journal of urban health  
University research and the synthesis of walkability solutions.  ...  These research finding inform key policy recommendations that municiple, provencial and federal governments, as well as not-for-profit agencies can employ to enhance programs and services made available  ...  The WHO/Europe program, Environment and Health Information System (EHIS) is recommending to use the level of PM as one of environmental health risk indicators.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11524-009-9361-8 fatcat:dcy3ub464feyjnxorz5rcglvru

The US JGOFS data management experience

David M. Glover, Cynthia L. Chandler, Scott C. Doney, Ken O. Buesseler, George Heimerdinger, J.K.B. Bishop, Glenn R. Flierl
2006 Deep-sea research. Part II, Topical studies in oceanography  
The US Joint Global Ocean Flux Study (JGOFS) database management system is an online, oceanographic database assembled from the research activities of the US JGOFS field and Synthesis and Modeling Program  ...  A data management office should be established at the initiation of the program, conventions for standard methods, names, and units need to be established before the field program begins, and an agreed-to  ...  We also thank Neal Anderson, Phil Taylor and Don Rice for having the foresight to fund our activity.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2006.01.018 fatcat:ctqc3kpqqjed3beho6osuhsj3i

Advancing the field of health systems research synthesis

Etienne V. Langlois, Michael K. Ranson, Till Bärnighausen, Xavier Bosch-Capblanch, Karen Daniels, Fadi El-Jardali, Abdul Ghaffar, Jeremy Grimshaw, Andy Haines, John N. Lavis, Simon Lewin, Qingyue Meng (+10 others)
2015 Systematic Reviews  
Funding for the 2010 working group meeting was provided by the United Kingdom Department for International Development (DFID). KD and SL are supported by funding  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank all those who contributed to face-to-face and teleconference technical discussions and those who commented on earlier versions of this paper during the online  ...  The consultations focused on the following: (i) the benefits and challenges associated with collaborative efforts to synthesise and translate health systems evidence and (ii) the range of approaches to  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13643-015-0080-9 pmid:26159806 pmcid:PMC4498528 fatcat:lq64v35a6zga3httairhskwbna

Research Support Services in Indonesian Academic Digital Libraries A Proposed Business Model and Prototype Design

Ira Maryati, Betty Purwandari, Harry Budi Santoso, Indra Budi, Iis Solichah, Fuad Gani
2021 DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology  
This research aimed to propose a business model and a prototype design for Indonesia's academic digital library for research support services.  ...  The key activities in the business model guided the requirements gathering for developing a prototype.  ...  Cooperation with the Information Technology (IT) unit also needs to be carried out to develop a digital library system for research support services.  ... 
doi:10.14429/djlit.42.1.17108 fatcat:ss26no6owraw5dchc3u3jyjq6y

Introduction [chapter]

2013 Internet Applications of Type II Uses of Technology in Education  
She could see the potential of the online system to provide support for the class and also increase her own expertise in using such a system for learning purposes.  ...  She could see the potential of the online system to provide support for the class and also increase her own expertise in using such a system for learning purposes.  ...  Finally Type II applications are explored. [Article copies available for a fee from The Haworth Document Delivery Service: 1-800-HAWORTH.  ... 
doi:10.4324/9780203050576-4 fatcat:3e3jjjn73namtjlabbcpivepti
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