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Digital Health Literacy About COVID-19 as a Factor Mediating the Association Between the Importance of Online Information Search and Subjective Well-Being Among University Students in Vietnam

Linh Hoang Thuy Nguyen, Man Thi Hue Vo, Lien Thi Mai Tran, Kevin Dadaczynski, Orkan Okan, Linda Murray, Thang Van Vo
2021 Frontiers in Digital Health  
DHL was found to mediate the relationship between the importance of online information searching and the subjective well-being of students.Conclusion: The finding provides insight into DHL about COVID-  ...  This study aimed to (1) identify COVID-19 related DHL and its association with online information seeking; (2) to elucidate COVID-19 related DHL as a mediator predictor between the importance of online  ...  However, evidence about the role of DHL as a mediating factor between the importance of online information search and mental health among students is scarce in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fdgth.2021.739476 pmid:34713205 pmcid:PMC8522001 fatcat:hxseuwkk2rbonhlyplrzjtst6q

Teachers' Satisfaction, Role, and Digital Literacy during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ming Li, Zhonggen Yu
2022 Sustainability  
Compared with the traditional face-to-face teaching methods, teachers' professional role, career satisfaction level, and digital literacy have been challenged in the COVID-19 health crisis.  ...  well as against whom the intervention is being compared and considered appropriate (outcomes).  ...  Online technology provided a lot of innovative ideas in many cases to improve sustainable education, yet pieces of evidence suggested that students performed well in job readiness before the COVID-19 pandemic  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14031121 fatcat:ibsfglrzdvhrdak3kua6eqgjhy

COVID-19 Study on Scientific Articles in Health Communication: A Science Mapping Analysis in Web of Science

Carlos de las Heras-Pedrosa, Carmen Jambrino-Maldonado, Dolores Rando-Cueto, Patricia P. Iglesias-Sánchez
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
A systematic search of the Web of Science was performed, using keywords related to COVID-19 and health communication.  ...  The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause a collapse in the health systems and econo-mies of many countries around the world, after 2 years of struggle and with the number of cases still growing exponentially  ...  and Response at Grassroots Levels in the Frontiers in public health Threat of COVID-19 Pandemic in Vietnam (2020) [35] - Knowledge and awareness of COVID-19 among Indonesian migrant workers in the Greater  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19031705 pmid:35162726 pmcid:PMC8834717 fatcat:id63oiirufbpzh45fhin7csjgq

The Association between Future Anxiety, Health Literacy and the Perception of the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Cross-Sectional Study

Mariusz Duplaga, Marcin Grysztar
2021 Healthcare  
to COVID-19 (PHTC19), and a COVID-19-related conspiracy belief score (CCBS) derived from three items asking about the most popular conspiracy theories.  ...  The independent variables selected for inclusion in the model, apart from sociodemographic characteristics, encompassed health literacy (HL) and ehealth literacy (eHL), perceived health threat related  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thanks John R. Blizzard, for proofreading of the manuscript. Conflicts of Interest: The authors declares no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9010043 pmid:33466487 pmcid:PMC7824811 fatcat:evn6haetsfbfvlcgvr56qet3eq

Digital Resilience Among Individuals in School Education Settings: A Concept Analysis Based on a Scoping Review

Haiyan Sun, Changrong Yuan, Qian Qian, Shuzhi He, Qiong Luo
2022 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
The conceptual model of digital resilience can be further tested and may inform the enhancement of digital-specific resilience measures and interventions for students.  ...  among students in a school education context, describe antecedents and consequences, and suggest a conceptual model for health educators.MethodsWalker and Avants' concept analysis method and standards  ...  Jack is a 20-year-old young university student who participates in a large number of online courses and plays online games every day during COVID-19.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2022.858515 pmid:35432032 pmcid:PMC9008236 fatcat:dtiwi2hptbcgnkxd7t2h2xsnpu

Factors Contributing to English as a Foreign Language Learners' Academic Burnout: An Investigation Through the Lens of Cultural Historical Activity Theory

Quyen Thi Thuc Bui, Thanh Do Cong Bui, Quang Nhat Nguyen
2022 Frontiers in Education  
During the shift from face-to-face to online emergency classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, learners of English as a Foreign Language (EFL) were under constant pressure to familiarize themselves with  ...  Based on the cultural-historical activity theory (CHAT), this qualitative study investigated factors contributing to EFL learners' academic burnout at Open University, Vietnam.  ...  ., and Fabbro, E. (2021). Online-learning due to covid-19 improved mental health among medical students. Med. Sci.  ... 
doi:10.3389/feduc.2022.911910 doaj:9ad25f087cdd4838a7fa8a5591338d43 fatcat:t3rmejvnyna2ripfu6soqobxqm

COVID-19 and Disruption in Management and Education Academics: Bibliometric Mapping and Analysis

Margarida Rodrigues, Mário Franco, Rui Silva
2020 Sustainability  
This study aims to map the scientific literature in these areas in the context of COVID-19 and analyze its content through bibliometrics, which made it possible to highlight the scarcity of studies on  ...  COVID-19, What to do now? This issue has had devastating effects in all domains of society worldwide.  ...  Ahmed, Khan, Khan, & Mujtaba [127] Empirical Studying the importance of social capital and psychological factors of well-being in e-learning systems.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12187362 fatcat:hwq5bgxq7vardmvvwkhd6heqni

Synchronous Online Learning in Higher Education: Vietnamese University Students' Perspectives

Ngoc Tung Vu, Minh Hai Nguyen Tran
2022 Journal of ethnic and cultural studies  
This quantitative study investigated Vietnamese higher education students' engagement with synchronous online learning (SOL) during a heightened stage of the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  examination of exploratory factor analysis and our qualitative counterpart of theme-based analysis.  ...  Subjects were the students who participated in online learning during the time affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. 2.  ... 
doi:10.29333/ejecs/970 fatcat:nmu6v4g3kfhsfab6i6sa3m2oom

Lessons of the Pandemic for Family and School—The Challenges and Prospects of Network Education

Svetlana N. Vachkova, Igor V. Vachkov, Ivan A. Klimov, Elena Yu. Petryaeva, Valentina B. Salakhova
2022 Sustainability  
the COVID-19 pandemic in Moscow.  ...  factors; (3) the barrier to physical and psychological health; (4) the barrier of digital didactics; (5) the barrier of legal regulation; (6) the barrier of an inclusive environment.  ...  The authors conclude that as a result of the first wave of the pandemic, all EU countries faced the problems of a digital gap due to the lack of computer equipment among the students, low digital literacy  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14042087 fatcat:w7jqmmj6unhmpkxjy4l4kxkqcq

Digital divide framework: online learning in developing countries during the COVID-19 lockdown

Anuradha Mathrani, Tarushikha Sarvesh, Rahila Umer
2021 Globalisation, Societies and Education  
This article showcases digital inequalities that came to the forefront for online learning during the COVID-19 lockdown across five developing countries, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal and Afghanistan  ...  We find structural issues are due to lack of digital media access and supporting services; further that female students are more often placed lower in the digital divide access scale.  ...  Being new to online learning/online classes it was very hard to adapt. . It is very difficult to study all the time with the gadgets. It's affecting our eyes and health as well. .  ... 
doi:10.1080/14767724.2021.1981253 fatcat:wksaq3pf5nenfmwf5nzlcnx7d4

Effectiveness Study on Online or Blended Language Learning Based on Student Achievement: A Systematic Review of Empirical Studies

Tong Zhou, Wei Zhang
2022 Sustainability  
The ubiquitous impacts resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic have profoundly changed the education sector and marked research interest in online or blended learning can be witnessed.  ...  Lack of adequate cooperation among research institutions and the dominant position of online English learning (82.52%) can be witnessed.  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14127303 fatcat:4o3k4bt5hretnm2jggmatpm4wm

The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the mental health of medical staff considering the interplay of pandemic burden and psychosocial resources—A rapid systematic review

Julian Hannemann, Alan Abdalrahman, Yesim Erim, Eva Morawa, Lucia Jerg-Bretzke, Petra Beschoner, Franziska Geiser, Nina Hiebel, Kerstin Weidner, Susann Steudte-Schmiedgen, Christian Albus, Stephan Doering
2022 PLoS ONE  
coping strategies as well as social support can be considered beneficial when protecting different aspects of mental health in HCWs during the COVID-19 pandemic.  ...  Conclusions Our results indicate that several psychosocial resources may play an important role in buffering adverse effects of pandemic burden on the mental health of HCWs in the context of the COVID-  ...  Furthermore, the study identified "having a good feeling about one's health condition" as an additional protective factor, which seemed to partially mediate the relationship between profession and the  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0264290 pmid:35192662 pmcid:PMC8863237 fatcat:gmqupdrw4rb2rilgk7mvqsmvje

Access Journal Volume 02, Number 03 [article]

GEIST International Foundation
2022 Zenodo  
, teachers, educators, faculty members, policy makers, journalists and regulators and students of the education sector from the different parts of the world share their research experiences and results  ...  GEIST International Foundation welcomes honorable contributors from the global education sector to submit their research and study contents so that this journal can become a platform for knowledge and  ...  Nguyen Van Bien for his helpful suggestions on the initial development of this instrument STEM-CIS and all the collaborators on this project who participated in this research.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.7091800 fatcat:je2xvzzkunf5zplavikfgd7hk4

Introduction and Part I: Urbanisation, Infrastructure, Economies, and the Environment [chapter]

2022 COVID-19 in Southeast Asia: Insights for a post-pandemic world  
Acknowledgements I am grateful to Hyun Bang Shin for the invitation to speak at the LSE public event titled 'Post COVID-19 Futures of the Urbanising World', where an earlier version of this chapter was  ...  Acknowledgements I would like to thank Deirdre McKay for her helpful comments and encouragement with this work, as well as the ever-helpful and constructive comments from the editors at the LSE, Hyun Bang  ...  Moreover, the lack of digital literacy among the older population has been a significant barrier in accessing online adult learning courses.  ... 
doi:10.31389/lsepress.cov.1 fatcat:m5aebezirba4tosmyb3xw275ci

FIP VIRTUAL 2020 Pharmacy Practice Research

2020 Pharmacy Education  
Accepted abstracts under the theme: PHARMACY PRACTICE RESEARCH (n=92)  ...  Non-compliance is the main reason for requesting the MCA service and continues to be the main cause of incidents in the service.  ...  Contextualising the use of this tool allows us to visualise the situation to develop a prospective study to analyse its effectiveness.  ... 
doi:10.46542/pe.2020.203.91132 fatcat:jkggwgjglnhppenacr53i5b4gi
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