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D-NOSES Events 3

Jose Uribe, Rosa Arias, Nora Salas Seoane, Johana Burbano
2021 Zenodo  
Rosa Arias from Ibercivis continued with her presentation on how the project will co-create the International Odour Observatory.  ...  Rosa Arias participated in the assessment of Climate Change and Energy Futures (6th November) at 6.30pm. The event was streamed online on the Spanish Parliament Channel.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6074788 fatcat:oo5m5q7qvvbxdmx6fxetv7w43u

Green Paper on Odour Pollution

Rosa Arias, Carla Perucca Iannitelli, Anastasia Roniotes, Nora Salas Seoane, Johana Burbano, Miguel Hernández
2021 Zenodo  
Rosa Arias, invited the countries to contribute with available information on odour issues, in order to ensure the implementation of Principle 10 in environmental governance on odour pollution, which is  ...  Rosa Arias, addressed the 22nd meeting of the Working Group of the Parties to the Aarhus Convention on Access to Information, Public Participation in Decision-making and Access to Justice in Environmental  ...  My name is Rosa Arias, and I am joined by my colleagues Nora Salas and Professor Stephen Stec, who is one of the members of our Advisory Board.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6044964 fatcat:bu5xsqtu6vh73kaj7tjfagiopi

Strategic Roadmap for governance in odour pollution

Rosa Arias, Miguel Hernández, Johana Burbano, Carla Perucca Iannitelli, Nora Salas Seoane
2021 Zenodo  
Details of both conferences can be found in Deliverable D7.5 Events 2 and the agenda for the International Seminar on Odour 65 Figure 8 8 Figure 8: D-NOSES partners Carlos Díaz from AMIGO and Rosa Arias  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6074277 fatcat:xxzhmxrkinb4xfke3z4tmdrnta

Keyboard Surface Interaction: Making the keyboard into a pointing device [article]

Julian Ramos, Zhen Li, Johana Rosas, Nikola Banovic, Jennifer Mankoff, Anind Dey
2016 arXiv   pre-print
Pointing devices that reside on the keyboard can reduce the overall time needed to perform mixed pointing and typing tasks, since the hand of the user does not have to reach for the pointing device. However, previous implementations of this kind of device have a higher movement time compared to the mouse and trackpad due to large error rate, low speed and spatial resolution. In this paper we introduce Keyboard Surface Interaction (KSI), an interaction approach that turns the surface of a
more » ... d into an interaction surface and allows users to rest their hands on the keyboard at all times to minimize fatigue. We developed a proof-of-concept implementation, Fingers, which we optimized over a series of studies. Finally, we evaluated Fingers against the mouse and trackpad in a user study with 25 participants on a Fitts law test style, mixed typing and pointing task. Results showed that for users with more exposure to KSI, our KSI device had better performance (reduced movement and homing time) and reduced discomfort compared to the trackpad. When compared to the mouse, KSI had reduced homing time and reduced discomfort, but increased movement time. This interaction approach is not only a new way to capitalize on the space on top of the keyboard, but also a call to innovate and think beyond the touchscreen, touchpad, and mouse as our main pointing devices. The results of our studies serve as a specification for future KSI devices.
arXiv:1601.04029v1 fatcat:2haulduxkvcgvft7rpqt6k7uai

Analysis of existing regulation in odour pollution, odour impact criteria 2

Cyntia Izquierdo, Carlos Diaz, Ainhoa Antón, Rebecca Kavanagh, Laura Capelli, Rosa Arias, Nora Salas Seoane, Johana Burbano
2021 Zenodo  
In the previous Analysis of existing regulations in odour pollution - odour impact criteria 1 (Deliverable 2.2), D-NOSES, H2020-SwafS-23-2017-789315, the document was structured in several chapters, explaining the difference among regulations/laws, standards and guidelines. In this document, we have tried to focus on existing odour regulation around the world, including the new advances in some countries where there is not an official legislation yet, but they are working on it, like the case of Chile.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6044529 fatcat:wm2mu5bqw5embbmdvpr3hgufri

Ferritin Assembly in Enterocytes of Drosophila melanogaster

Abraham Rosas-Arellano, Johana Vásquez-Procopio, Alexis Gambis, Liisa Blowes, Hermann Steller, Bertrand Mollereau, Fanis Missirlis
2016 International Journal of Molecular Sciences  
Author Contributions: Abraham Rosas-Arellano prepared the samples for confocal microscopy and performed the imaging. Johana Vásquez-Procopio performed the SDS PAGE experiments.  ...  CONACYT supported Abraham Rosas-Arellano for this work with a national post-doctoral fellowship. Bertand Mollereau was supported by a grant "Equipe" from the Fondation pour la Recherche Médicale.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijms17020027 pmid:26861293 pmcid:PMC4783870 fatcat:hnqwuweq4nebvpkot3inzzwt7i

Web Videos – Concerns About Accessibility based on User Centered Design

Johana María Rosas Villena, Bruno Costa Ramos, Renata Pontin M. Fortes, Rudinei Goularte
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
Recently, the production and availability of multimedia Web content, as videos, have increased. In this scenario it is important to consider accessibility requirements so that any user can whelm the barriers to access content regardless of the limitations imposed by either deficiency or some temporary restriction. One of the main barriers found in the current players is the restriction to make videos accessible on the Web and little research on how to overcome those limitations has been
more » ... d. This paper describes the three phases of User Centered Design, in which an evaluation with real users of an accessible video player is conducted. A video player, called Facilitas, is proposed in order to provide the rationale of how some of those barriers or limitations could be overcome. Its controls are new and different from the ones in other players. We have observed that by reducing accessibility barriers, the design process leads to an improved product in terms of usability. A user testing is described to explain which controls users frequently use to complete a task.
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.02.052 fatcat:gk6svgynljczjmwlbowunagjka

An Accessible Video Player for Older People: Issues from a User Test

Johana M. Rosas Villena, Bruno C. Ramos, Renata P.M. Fortes, Rudinei Goularte
2014 Procedia Computer Science  
There is a huge availability of videos that have been produced in a very fast and wide way, along with the popularity of Internet. This scenario should be carefully considered by the video authors since many users have different needs. It is important to keep in mind the accessibility requirements so that any user can overcome the barriers to access content regardless of their limitations imposed by either impairment or some temporary restriction. The current video players present barriers for
more » ... any people, especially to the elderly, and one of the main barriers is the restriction to reproduce videos accessible on the Web. This paper describes a research, and the design and evaluation of an accessible video player (called Facilitas), in which a user test with older people is conducted. As a result, we discuss the issues reported by older people and the controls that were developed to assist them.
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2014.02.020 fatcat:72m5vwrv2bht7hfwnqkzk24yai

Standardizing the monitoring of odour pollution through citizen science: the experience in Spain

Cyntia Izquierdo, Carlos Diaz, Ainhoa Antón, Rebeca Kavanagh, Arias Rosa, Nora Salas Seoane, Johana Burbano, Miguel Hernández
2021 Zenodo  
Rosa Arias.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.6045068 fatcat:l5gb37zmnzaqflkjx2ttj4rtoq

Potential Selective Responding in a Parent Questionnaire Study of Post-Institutionalized Children

Brandi N. Hawk, Amanda Wright, Megan M. Julian, Johana M. Rosas, Emily C. Merz, Robert B. McCall
2013 Adoption Quarterly  
Selective responding bias, though under-researched, is of particular concern in the study of postinstitutionalized children because many studies rely on mailed questionnaires and response rates are often low. The current study addresses the impact of selective responding in a single wave of data collection and in a multi-wave study. Participants were 121 parents from a larger four-wave study of post-institutionalized children, identified as Never Responders, Previous Responders (but not to the
more » ... urrent wave), or Wave 4 Responders. Parents were telephoned and asked about their adopted child's family, school, peer, and behavioral adjustment. The children (47% male) ranged in age from 2 to 20 years (M = 10.79, SD = 4.59) and had been adopted between 5 and 54 months of age (M = 15.49, SD = 9.94). There were no differences in parent ratings of adjustment for a single wave of data collection; however, participants who never responded reported poorer family and peer adjustment than those who had responded to at least one wave of data collection. Within a single wave of data collection, there was no evidence that selective responding contributes much bias. Over a multi-wave study, however, results may under-represent adjustment difficulties, especially with family and friends.
doi:10.1080/10926755.2013.787481 pmid:23710124 pmcid:PMC3661286 fatcat:3ueetbotffctxg6f6y7xr2mrou

Schwannoma intraparotideo del lobulo profundo. Reporte de caso clínico

Juliana Villegas González, Lady Johana Morales Valdés, Rosa Isabel Milanés Pérez
2017 ACTA DE OTORRINOLARINGOLOGÍA & CIRUGÍA DE CABEZA Y CUELLO  
El color más frecuente en los SCH es el rosa, seguido de bronceado y el amarillo, pero los SCHs que afectan la parótida generalmente se ven amarillos (9) .  ... 
doi:10.37076/acorl.v43i3.28 fatcat:bgfhw4rvefcjpg4hwbmud56oqu

Cambios en la función endotelial vascular de pacientes con artritis reumatoidea en tratamiento

Johana ZACARIAZ Hereter, Eliana LANCIONI, Emilce E SCHNEEBERGER, Thomas CAZENAVE, Lucas S APARICIO, Jorge NORSCINI, Javier ROSA, Gustavo CITERA, Enrique R. SORIANO
2020 Global Rheumatology  
Introducción: La velocidad de onda de pulso carótida-femoral (VOP) y el espesor de la íntima media de la Arteria Carótida Común (EIM-ACC), son marcadores indirectos de aterosclerosis. Los fármacos antirreumáticos modificadores de la actividad (FARME), controlando la inflamación, podrían influir en el desarrollo de aterosclerosis. El objetivo de nuestro estudio fue evaluar el efecto a corto plazo de los FARME, sobre los marcadores surrogados de aterosclerosis en pacientes con AR. Materiales y
more » ... odos: Estudio prospectivo, incluyó pacientes consecutivos con AR (criterios clasificatorios ACR 1987), en quienes se prescribió inicio o cambio de FARME, divididos en 3 grupos de tratamiento: abatacept [FARME-b (Aba)], inhibidor de TNF-α [FARME-b (TNFi)], y FARME convencional (FARME-c). Fueron excluidos pacientes con antecedentes de enfermedad cardiovascular. La evaluación clínica y cardiovascular fue realizada al inicio, y luego de 12 meses. Las mediciones de EIM-ACC y VOP se realizaron usando ultrasonido de alta resolución, y sonda de tonometría manual. Resultados: Fueron incluidos 64 pacientes con AR, 89,3% eran mujeres, edad media: 56.7 (DE: 12.1) años. Se perdieron durante el seguimiento 8 pacientes. Se incluyeron en el análisis final 56 pacientes [FARME-b (Aba): 15, FARME-b (TNFi): 18 y FARME-c: 23]. Al inicio del estudio, 24 pacientes (43%) tenían aterosclerosis. En el seguimiento 4 nuevos pacientes desarrollaron aterosclerosis [FARME-b (Aba): grupo: 1, grupo FARME-b (TNFi): 2 y grupo FARME-c: 1]. Conclusión: Después de un año de tratamiento, no se encontraron cambios significativos en los marcadores sustitutos de aterosclerosis [media 4,7 (DE: 1,3) vs 4 (DE: 1, 2); p = 0,0425].
doi:10.46856/grp.10.e050 fatcat:mdmszl3jojfijhpz5wsnofjfby

Construcción narrativa de los vínculos de familias sustitutas permanentes del programa aldeas infantiles SOS Bogotá

Carlos Arturo Castelblanco, Johana Moreno Cortés, Lida Alejandra Moreno, Sonia Sánchez Sarmiento, Dora Isabel Garzón, Rosa Helena Duque
2012 Psicogente  
, DORA ISABEL GARZÓN, ROSA HELENA DUQUE que hace de los fenómenos humanos por el énfasis en el lenguaje como constructor de mundos posibles.  ...  MORENO CORTÉS, LIDA ALEJANDRA MORENO, SONIA SÁNCHEZ SARMIENTO, DORA ISABEL GARZÓN, ROSA HELENA DUQUEPsicogente, 15 (28): pp. 428-444.  ... 
doaj:9092945f460a4aa49dd842066dfa6092 fatcat:6yhqktor6fbitaqozwrokizr4q

La Terapia Ocupacional en la intervención en salud comunitaria: el modelo educativo

Rosa E. Chaparro Araya, Johana Fuentes Capetillo, Diana Morán G., Nataly Mujica Díaz-Valdés
2009 Revista Chilena de Terapia Ocupacional  
,Johana;Morán G.,Diana; et al.(2) (1)Terapeuta Ocupacional, Terapeuta Familiar, candidata a Magíster  ...  La experiencia que se presenta a continuación, fue ejecutada en terreno el año 2004 por alumnas de cuarto año de la Carrera Terapia Ocupacional, Señoritas Johana Fuentes Capetillo, Diana Moran González  ... 
doi:10.5354/0717-6767.2005.168 fatcat:ivmslz6blnd7tokarp5fuxe6ne

Recomendaciones para la rehabilitación pulmonar en pacientes con COVID-19

Jhonatan Betancourt-Peña, Diana Suaza-Casañas, Johana Carolina Pazmiño-Ordoñez, Carolina Hurtado-Pantoja, Johan Andres Parra-Liévano, Lina Jimenez, Mónica Lizeth Márquez-Flórez, Rosa Virginia Mora-Guerra
2021 Universidad y Salud  
Introducción: La COVID-19 es una enfermedad que desencadena infecciones respiratorias graves como el síndrome respiratorio agudo severo, que puede requerir atención prolongada intra y extrahospitalaria. Objetivo: Brindar recomendaciones y pautas para una correcta evaluación y tratamiento del paciente con COVID-19 mediante la rehabilitación pulmonar. Materiales y métodos: Revisión de la literatura en las bases de datos MEDLINE, PEDRO, Scielo y en Google Scholar, a partir de las palabras clave:
more » ... VID-19, Síndrome de Dificultad Respiratoria del Adulto, Enfermedades pulmonares, Rehabilitación, pruebas de función respiratoria, Unidad de cuidado intensivo; seleccionando, aquellos artículos que presentaran información sobre rehabilitación en pacientes con COVID-19 y otras alteraciones con compromiso similar como el Síndrome Respiratorio Agudo y las Enfermedades Pulmonares Intersticiales Difusas. Resultados: Para realizar una intervención en paciente con COVID-19 u otra alteración respiratoria como Síndrome de Dificultad Respiratoria del Adulto y Enfermedad Pulmonar Intersticial Difusa, es necesario realizar un adecuado diagnóstico de la enfermedad, una minuciosa evaluación integral y una intervención basada en las necesidades de cada individuo. Conclusiones: El paciente intrahospitalario puede recibir intervención enfocada a evitar el deterioro funcional y una vez son dados de alta la rehabilitación pulmonar extrahospitalaria podría ser una alternativa eficaz en el tratamiento para los pacientes.
doi:10.22267/rus.222401.260 fatcat:wjju5tv3hra2tilo5v4l5gqv3q
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