Filters








37,520 Hits in 9.9 sec

Developers Need Support, Too: A Survey of Security Advice for Software Developers

Yasemin Acar, Christian Stransky, Dominik Wermke, Charles Weir, Michelle L. Mazurek, Sascha Fahl
2017 2017 IEEE Cybersecurity Development (SecDev)  
Increasingly developers are becoming aware of the importance of software security, as frequent high-profile security incidents emphasize the need for secure code.  ...  The results identify important gaps in the current ecosystem and provide a basis for future work evaluating existing resources and developing new ones to fill these gaps.  ...  The coverage suggests a predominantly traditional approach to security, based around technical support for developers.  ... 
doi:10.1109/secdev.2017.17 dblp:conf/secdev/AcarSWWMF17 fatcat:np7jllulbzbkbiqi77gnm7ovsa

"Doctors Do Too Little Technology": A Longitudinal Field Study of an Electronic Healthcare System Implementation

Viswanath Venkatesh, Xiaojun Zhang, Tracy A. Sykes
2011 Information systems research  
of the 24 × 7 nature and criticality of operations of healthcare organizations, especially hospitals, thus making peer interactions and support a key driver of or barrier to such e-healthcare system use  ...  A longitudinal study of an e-healthcare system implementation, with data gathered from doctors, paraprofessionals, administrative personnel, patients, and usage logs lent support to the hypotheses that  ...  Surveys Doctors, Paraprofessionals, and Administrative Personnel Survey Change management support (7-point agreement scale) The change management support was available whenever I needed it.  ... 
doi:10.1287/isre.1110.0383 fatcat:2ddi4ku5arba7lpus3bkojd67y

I've got a mobile phone too! Hard and soft assistive technology customization and supportive call centres for people with disability

Simon Darcy, Jenny Green, Hazel Maxwell
2016 Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology  
I've got a mobile phone too! Hard and soft assistive technology customization and supportive call centres for people with disability.  ...  However, this was not true for all members of the pilot with variations due to disability type, support needs and availability of support services.  ...  Use of the Help Centre involved using the 24/7 Help centre for advice and help with security.  ... 
doi:10.3109/17483107.2016.1167260 pmid:27293107 fatcat:thbukmrwlfgmtda662cmyibxhe

Slovenian workers – is it too hot to work? [chapter]

Tjaša Pogačar, Lučka Kajfež Bogataj
2017 Zdravje delovno aktivne populacije / Health of the Working-Age Population  
Acknowledgements Project 'Healthy on a square II' -workplace health promotion for employees in the chemical and other processing industries is a collaborative project of Chamber of Commerce and Industry  ...  We are indebted to slovenian workers -is it too hot to work?  ...  To achieve its objectives, mentors need support of a variety of professionals.  ... 
doi:10.26493/978-961-7023-32-9.155-164 fatcat:dggbwbjz25hcfjifcqtdqs6pf4

Active choice but not too active: Public perspectives on biobank consent models

Christian M. Simon, Jamie L'Heureux, Jeffrey C. Murray, Patricia Winokur, George Weiner, Elizabeth Newbury, Laura Shinkunas, Bridget Zimmerman
2011 Genetics in Medicine  
Eligible participants were English-speaking residents in the catchment area of a comprehensive biobank being developed at the University of Iowa.  ...  The purpose of this study was to explore public perspectives toward a range of consent models currently being used or considered for use among comprehensive US biobanks.  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by the University of Iowa (UI) Institute for Clinical and Translational Sciences (ICTS), UI Carver College of Medicine (CCOM), and UI/CCOM Vice President for Medical  ... 
doi:10.1097/gim.0b013e31821d2f88 pmid:21555942 pmcid:PMC3658114 fatcat:adi7u624vjhxpbow7kt5aokdsi

Collaborative public legal education: a case of 'many hands make light work', or 'too many cooks'?!

Rachel Kirkup
2019 International Journal of Public Legal Education  
on such a venture.  ...  The following opinion piece offers views on the benefits and challenges of collaborating with other individuals or entities to deliver public legal education, and some practical tips to consider when embarking  ...  Their report advocates for the co-location of advice services to increase access for those unable or unwilling to seek advice (e.g. elderly; disabled) and to reduce potential stigma associated with advice  ... 
doi:10.19164/ijple.v3i1.835 fatcat:b7qgpsccqjdu3lktqrwzl7gtci

Some information is too dangerous to be on the internet

Vincent C. Müller
2006 Computers & society  
When we perform speech acts such as, for example, asking someone for advice, insulting someone, giving orders, or saying "I do" at a wedding ceremony, we want to do something, something other than spread  ...  After a certain ordering of the landscape, I argue that we need to add the category of 'dangerous' information and that this category has gained a new quality in the context of current information technology  ...  Another practical examples of such information (that is not a technique but could be used for one) is the discovery of a security flaw in a piece of software.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1215937.1215939 fatcat:vilve3uej5ethfgoxdqoz5ibkq

'I was bullied too': stories of bullying and coping in an online community

Katie Davis, David P. Randall, Anthony Ambrose, Mania Orand
2014 Information, Communication & Society  
The American Academy of Pediatrics has identified bullying as a serious health risk for adolescents.  ...  The findings have relevance to researchers seeking to understand bullying from the perspective of victims and to practitioners seeking to develop effective interventions to support bullying victims.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank the peer reviewers and journal editor for their feedback on earlier versions of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1369118x.2014.952657 fatcat:3libbohtazcbxdvljllhnsio7y

'The sooner the better' or 'too much too soon'? A pilot prospective longitudinal study to evaluate quality of life and body image following immediate latissimus dorsi breast reconstruction

S Potter, HJ Thomson, LJ Fallowfield, ZE Winters
2008 Breast Cancer Research  
P81 Mechanisms of apoptosis and cell-cycle arrest in subcutaneous breast tumours treated sequentially with doxorubicin followed by zoledronic acid Acknowledgement  ...  ' or 'too much too soon'?  ...  A topic guide was used to explore patients' current and ongoing information and psychological support needs, and preferences for the content, nature and format of support group or network.  ... 
doi:10.1186/bcr1972 pmcid:PMC3300791 fatcat:q4qddd2ozveddkxl2dzf3d35ay

The ''Four Too'' in The Malinke of Odienne (North West of Cote d'Ivoire) Procreative Behaviours

Kouadio M'bra Kouakou Dieu-donne
2016 European Scientific Journal  
This paper aims at understanding the reasons for the existence of the "four too" as the level of motherhood risk in the Health District of Odienné.  ...  This range of methodological tool has enabled to underscore that the "too young", "too old", "too large" and "too close" motherhood, is a dominant practice in Odienné.  ...  in a secure receptacle.  ... 
doi:10.19044/esj.2016.v12n33p245 fatcat:27qklef3zrd3ngsti3x2ruiqou

Too soon to worry? Longitudinal examination of financial planning for retirement among Spanish aged workers

Francisco Palací, Irene Jiménez, Gabriela Topa, Kieran Ayling
2018 PLoS ONE  
We used longitudinal data with repeated measures of financial planning for retirement obtained from a sample (N = 269) of active Spanish workers aged 45-62 years.  ...  The stability of financial planning for retirement over time was a relevant finding in the present research, even though different measures have been employed in the two waves and financial planning decreases  ...  Survey studies support that people with greater numerical ability show more cautious financial behaviors [23] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0209434 pmid:30550605 pmcid:PMC6294366 fatcat:lnrajnlzojcedhwheo7lf367yi

Forbidding your cake and eating it too: health performance strategies in U.S. middle class families

Laurel Graham, Jennifer Friedman, Xamil Vega
2021 Social Theory & Health  
Interviewing 67 primarily middle-class parents and children in a southern U.S. city, we learned that families know a great deal about the dangers of excess sugar consumption.  ...  Our findings on how families engage in these health performance strategies have broader implications for many other efforts to govern the health habits of families.  ...  Ginna Husting, the anonymous reviewers for this journal, and all of the phenomenal student researchers who participated in this project.  ... 
doi:10.1057/s41285-021-00160-6 pmid:33716573 pmcid:PMC7938281 fatcat:wgbbk7tyxbdsvi6zxx6gx4dzxu

Reducing Young Schoolchildren's Intake of Sugar-Rich Food and Drinks: Study Protocol and Intervention Design for "Are You Too Sweet?" A Multicomponent 3.5-Month Cluster Randomised Family-Based Intervention Study

Sidse Marie Sidenius Bestle, Bodil Just Christensen, Ellen Trolle, Anja Pia Biltoft-Jensen, Jeppe Matthiessen, Sarah Jegsmark Gibbons, Bjarne Kjær Ersbøll, Anne Dahl Lassen
2020 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
This paper describes the development, outcomes and process evaluation of the intervention that includes three main components: extended dialogue during a school health nurse consultation, a box with home-use  ...  aims to evaluate the effectiveness of communicating new Danish guidelines for sugar-rich discretionary food and drinks for school starters (5–7 years).  ...  For a 25% reduction in intake of added sugar, 63 participants will be needed.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph17249580 pmid:33561071 pmcid:PMC7767356 fatcat:ja3yelmghbebtkr7mafj6dlxey

"When someone becomes old then every part of the body too becomes old": Experiences of living with dementia in Kintampo, rural Ghana

Naana Agyeman, Maëlenn Guerchet, Solomon Nyame, Charlotte Tawiah, Seth Owusu-Agyei, Martin J. Prince, Rosie Mayston
2019 Transcultural Psychiatry  
to support this work.  ...  Our findings suggest that whilst families offer a holistic approach to the needs of older people living with chronic conditions including dementia, health and social policies offer inadequate scaffolding  ...  A lack of formal provision for the social 51 and economic impacts of ageing means that family and household networks remain the key sources 52 of social security in older age (Heslop & Gorman, 2002) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1363461519847054 pmid:31046632 fatcat:r6lxtbi7abditkohgab7fxi45i

Ethical debate: Too drunk to care? Ethanol, emergencies, and ethical dilemmas Commentary: Guidelines could never be developed Commentary: Balance the risk as best you can Commentary: Doctors can never have a moral holiday

D. M Cressey, H. Rigter, I. de Beaufort, G. Rees, P. Walsh
1998 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
Conflict of interest: None.  ...  them healthier: a job, a bus route to the hospital, or some advice on benefits, for example.  ...  Support and understanding may be needed if the wife or husband is to grieve for this very real loss and find a way of living with and supporting the different spouse whom they now have.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmj.316.7143.1515 pmid:9582147 pmcid:PMC1113162 fatcat:h5xssauievf3vbz3zncxr4dwdi
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 37,520 results