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An Empirical Study on Memory Bias Situations and Correction Strategies in ERP Effort Estimation [chapter]

Pierre Erasmus, Maya Daneva
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
This qualitative exploratory study investigates the memory bias situations encountered by ERP professionals, and the possible coping strategies to problems pertaining to those situations.  ...  An Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) project estimation process often relies on experts of various backgrounds to contribute judgments based on their professional experience.  ...  of the coping strategies in other non-ERP software projects.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-26844-6_17 fatcat:mxnowxd6ozfuxmrqwxyrc22yya

Educating physicians in evidence based medicine: current practices and curricular strategies

Lauren A. Maggio
2016 Perspectives on Medical Education  
Additionally, this study focused on physicians within academic medical centers. Future research should also examine the information needs of physicians in non-academic settings.  ...  Impact of an information retrieval and management curriculum on medical student citations. Acad Med. 2009; 84(SUPPL.10):S38-S41. 22 . 22 Benbassat J.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40037-016-0301-5 pmid:27783226 pmcid:PMC5122510 fatcat:dbwvtlcedjeyhgwtdccm3na5yi

Review of Strategies in Promoting Attendance for Cervical Screening

Basak Demirtas
2013 Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention  
cervical cancer information Exploratory 105 women Non-stigmatizing manner presented in a non-stigmatizing manner survey could promote screening in women Ackerson and Preston 2009 To understand why  ...  On the other hand, Harlan et al. (1991) found intrinsic factors the main reason for non-compliance of Pap smear screening.  ... 
doi:10.7314/apjcp.2013.14.5.3263 fatcat:qpclrds2dzfpbhi4nos4bp3dhi

COGNITIVE STRATEGIES FOR SAFE MEDICATION ADMINISTRATION

Suzanne Harrison Tang
2016 Zenodo  
Based upon an integrative literature review, 98 cognitive strategies for safe medication administration were identified.  ...  The Tang Model of Cognitive Strategies for Safe Medication Administration was formulated using Lasater's Clinical Judgment Rubric as a guide. The model is to be used during medication administration.  ...  The author would also like to thank Rio Hondo College and Kaiser Baldwin Park Hospital for hearing a demonstration of the project's findings and for their feedback on the Tang Model of Cognitive Strategies  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4445445 fatcat:ftu3nvaolbhwljx5wbuis32fne

Clinicians' satisfaction with Grateful Med: an exploratory study

C M Burroughs
1989 Bulletin of the Medical Library Association  
At issue is whether the simplified features of such software compromise what is potentially retrievable, and if so, whether the missing information is critical to the end user.  ...  to their information needs.  ...  These information-seeking behavior studies have contributed to the development of the objectives of an information system for a scientist, one which provides an exhaustive search with speed and efficiency  ... 
pmid:2655780 pmcid:PMC227302 fatcat:vlu66r744je6zookrigyjoogt4

Comparing the information seeking strategies of residents, nurse practitioners, and physician assistants in critical care settings

T. G. Kannampallil, L. K. Jones, V. L. Patel, T. G. Buchman, A. Franklin
2014 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Method We conducted an exploratory study in the cardiothoracic intensive care units of two large academic hospitals within the same healthcare system.  ...  Conclusions The differences in the information seeking strategies are potentially a result of the differences in clinical training, strategies of managing cognitive load, and the nature of the use of available  ...  As there was no previous research on the process of information seeking behavior or on the differences in the information seeking behavior among clinicians with different training, we utilized an exploratory  ... 
doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2013-002615 pmid:24619926 pmcid:PMC4173183 fatcat:y2cirrjiejapzo66cafxmob7mq

War stories: a qualitative analysis of narrative teaching strategies in the operating room

Yue-Yung Hu, Sarah E. Peyre, Alexander F. Arriaga, Emilie M. Roth, Katherine A. Corso, Caprice C. Greenberg
2012 American Journal of Surgery  
They socialize trainees in the culture of surgery and may represent an underrecognized approach to teaching the core competencies. More understanding is needed to maximize their potential.  ...  The educational value of the operating room (OR) is understudied and therefore potentially underrealized.  ...  Surgical (and medical) educators are just beginning to understand the power of stories to convey information.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.amjsurg.2011.08.005 pmid:22088266 pmcid:PMC4539246 fatcat:rk2hiffjr5hwtbrel2veuzi4se

Mathematical Anxiety as Predictor of Learning Motivation Strategies

Jeovanny Alabata Marticion
2021 Southeast Asian Mathematics Education Journal  
The motivation strategies were categorized into cognitive, meta-cognitive, non-informational resources management and informational resources management.  ...  However, there is a scarce literature on how anxiety could predict the behaviour of an individual's accommodation of these strategies.  ...  Acknowledgement The author expresses his sincerest thanks to Zamboanga del Norte National High School.  ... 
doi:10.46517/seamej.v11i1.123 fatcat:meggtz23z5dtrgesh2krkgev3u

Conditioning strategies in the dental care of patients with autism spectrum disorders

Victor Santos Andrade Cruz, Thiago Augusto Araújo Andrade Cruz, Márjory Alves Santos Flag, Deyse Danielly Rodrigues Gomes, Larissa Tinô de Carvalho Silva, Vanessa De Carla Batista dos Santos
2017 Revista Brasileira de Odontologia  
Objective: to address the findings in the literature regarding behavioral management strategies used by dentists in the dental care of patients with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).  ...  Based on the techniques used in the studies, it cannot be concluded which one would be the best and most effective because the choice for a technique depends on multiple factors.  ...  After an exploratory reading of the abstracts, information referring to authors, year, method, results and conclusion was obtained and summarized in a worksheet.  ... 
doi:10.18363/rbo.v74n4.p.294 fatcat:veyzmsj5kreslo22yvt34n4xp4

Strategy hubs: Domain portals to help find comprehensive information

Suresh K. Bhavnani, Christopher K. Bichakjian, Timothy M. Johnson, Roderick J. Little, Frederick A. Peck, Jennifer L. Schwartz, Victor J. Strecher
2005 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
In contrast to prior research that has focused on finding relevant sources, procedural search knowledge focuses on how to order multiple relevant sources with the goal of retrieving comprehensive information  ...  We conclude with insights on how to refine and automate the Strategy Hub design, with the ultimate goal of helping users find more comprehensive information when searching in unfamiliar domains.  ...  The authors thank M. Bates, N. Belkin, S. Mathan, F. Reif, B. Suhm, G. Vallabha, and the anonymous reviewers for their contributions.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20238 fatcat:n47bcgqezvgwbki3bofun3kxcq

Neurocognitive modeling of latent memory processes reveals reorganization of hippocampal-cortical circuits underlying learning and efficient strategies

Kaustubh Supekar, Hyesang Chang, Percy K. Mistry, Teresa Iuculano, Vinod Menon
2021 Communications Biology  
We found that training increased both the use and efficiency of memory retrieval.  ...  However, little is known about the neurocognitive mechanisms that underlie the acquisition of efficient memory-based problem-solving strategies.  ...  All the other data that support the findings of this study are available from the corresponding authors upon reasonable request.  ... 
doi:10.1038/s42003-021-01872-1 pmid:33767350 pmcid:PMC7994581 fatcat:od6ia5wjrre6riy2bm74ldcgvq

Innovation in health-care companies: a strategy to increase customer service productivity

Claudio Miraldo, Sonia Francisca Monken, Lara Motta, Ana Freitas Ribeiro
2019 Innovation & Management Review  
The purpose of this study is presenting innovation as a strategy to increase customer service productivity, as well as the monitoring of the quality of the service, the generation of health information  ...  Design/methodology/approach The study is characterized as an applied research, as it proposes solutions to problems faced by supplemental health-care companies using the strategy of action research, i.e  ...  Studies assume that non-care services are not knowledge-intensive, as these activities do not depend on specialized professional knowledge for the production of services and, therefore, should not be classified  ... 
doi:10.1108/inmr-04-2019-0041 fatcat:qf53syvykndqzagpfhfur3ev7u

The affects of task difficulty on medical searches

Anushia Inthiran, Saadat M. Alhashmi, Pervaiz K. Ahmed
2012 Proceedings of the 21st international conference companion on World Wide Web - WWW '12 Companion  
Non-medical professionals and medical professionals demonstrate similar search behavior when searching on an easy task.  ...  Using simulated scenarios, we gathered data from an exploratory survey of 180 search sessions performed by 60 participants.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank non-medical professional participants of this survey and medical professionals from University Hospital Kuala Lumpur, Sultanah Fatimah (Muar) Specialist Hospital and Monash University  ... 
doi:10.1145/2187980.2188113 dblp:conf/www/InthiranAA12 fatcat:ly5rj4ionfd7deplmoarnvazlm

Interactive effects of age and interface differences on search strategies and performance

Jessie Chin, Wai-Tat Fu
2010 Proceedings of the 28th international conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '10  
We present results from an experiment that studied the information search behavior of younger and older adults in a medical decision-making task.  ...  To study how different combination of tasks and interfaces influenced search strategies and decision-making outcomes, we varied information structures of two interfaces and presented different task descriptions  ...  One study used a map navigation task to study adaptive information seeking behavior [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/1753326.1753387 dblp:conf/chi/ChinF10 fatcat:4tkzc2vel5fcljyxom6lzd7vka

Understanding the nature of information seeking behavior in critical care: Implications for the design of health information technology

Thomas G. Kannampallil, Amy Franklin, Rashmi Mishra, Khalid F. Almoosa, Trevor Cohen, Vimla L. Patel
2013 Artificial Intelligence in Medicine  
Understanding the nature of information seeking behavior in critical care: Implications for the design of health information technology.  ...  Results: We found that the information seeking process was exploratory and iterative and driven by the contextual organization of information.  ...  Batwara for their help in data analysis, and Zhe Li and Naveen Kommera, for their assistance with the data collection efforts.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.artmed.2012.10.002 pmid:23194923 fatcat:4hlh63tm2veghb4fkon6756geq
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