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Social and interactional practices for disseminating current awareness information in an organisational setting

Simon Attfield, Ann Blandford, Stephann Makri
2010 Information Processing & Management  
awareness information in an organisational setting.  ...  An open access repository of Middlesex University research http://eprints.mdx.ac.uk Attfield, Simon and Blandford, Ann and Makri, Stephann (2010) Social and interactional practices for disseminating current  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to all participants in this study, and to the organisations that made the study possible. This work is funded by EPSRC grant EP/D056268.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ipm.2009.10.003 fatcat:56e5564npnfprg37ockczfg2ty

Catalogue of Communication Tools and Dissemination Guidelines: benchmarking current practice in EU and Member State bodies

ICONS, Alessandra Cantaluppi, Deanna Brasolin, Giuliana Folco, Charlotte Michi, Rory Harrington, Elisa Corsini, Sharon Monti, Johanna Nemess, European Food Safety Authority
2021 EFSA Journal  
The usage of Key Performance Indicators, set during the planning phase, allows an organisation to improve both communication tools and their dissemination strategy.  ...  A comprehensive benchmarking exercise on current best practices on communication tools and dissemination processes of EU Member State organisations plus Iceland and Norway, selected ENVI EU agencies (EFSA  ...  The research relied on the inputs of the following organisations involved in risk communication at national level as well as in the EU, for which the authors express their gratitude:  ... 
doi:10.2903/j.efsa.2021.e190402 pmid:33968257 pmcid:PMC8082521 fatcat:eqjjontbivf3hm2a2sisx5b5zi

Digital Libraries in a Clinical Setting: Friend or Foe? [chapter]

Anne Adams, Ann Blandford
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
To understand the social and organisational impacts of ward-accessible digital libraries (DLs) for clinicians, we conducted a study of clinicians' perceptions of electronic information resources within  ...  The results highlight that although these resources appear to be a relatively innocuous means of information provision (i.e. no sensitive data) social and organisational issues can impede effective technology  ...  Ultimately, system designers should be aware of social and political motivations within an organisation in order to develop and implement more sensitive design strategies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-44796-2_19 fatcat:qnqhrqgcnjazbd7zrfdqyv36se

The unseen and unacceptable face of digital libraries

Anne Adams, Ann Blandford
2004 International Journal on Digital Libraries  
An analysis of research conducted within two contrasting domains (Clinical and Academic) is presented which highlights issues of user interactions, work practices and the organizational social structures  ...  The findings of this paper highlight the importance on DL design and implementation of the social context and supporting user communication (i.e. collaboration and consultation) in their information search  ...  We are also grateful for the help and support of the North London hospital and university studied, and of all individual participants.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00799-003-0071-7 fatcat:y63a6dhrfnb7bltlxfynydbojy

Deliverable D2.1 – Dissemination Plan [article]

Maria Boile, Electra Sifacaki, Eleni Toli
2019 Zenodo  
Furthermore, this document, identifies target communities and their distinctive characteristics; elaborates means (key activities) for reaching out to targeted audiences; describes and prioritises dissemination  ...  This document provides a definition of dissemination and covers the list of key elements of OpenUP's dissemination strategy, hence the goals, the main questions, the life-cycle phases and the levels of  ...  Physical & Interactive Dissemination Support OpenUP events How-to Workshops Training workshops for young academics on peer review and novel dissemination: We will provide practical advice and mentoring  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2556624 fatcat:h5fdcov4pvchbm3seufn425fda

Deliverable 7.1 Communication and Dissemination Plan

Raymond Gemen
2018 Zenodo  
All partners are considered ambassadors of the project and are encouraged and expected to be involved to different degrees in communication and dissemination efforts.  ...  The FIT4FOOD2030 communication and dissemination plan sets out a strategy to maximise the impact of the project, to increase its visibility, and to ensure that project outputs reach a wide audience of  ...   To increase awareness of their important role in setting the R&I agenda for FNS  To engage them and encourage them to be part of the FOOD2030 Platform  To inform them on project outputs, e.g.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4601645 fatcat:vc2p4v7lvrec3knscmxnhw3hzi

Acceptability of medical digital libraries

A. Adams, A. Blandford
2002 Health Informatics Journal  
To appreciate the social and organisational impacts of wardaccessible DLs for clinicians results of a study within a large London-based hospital are presented.  ...  staff, resulting in information -and technology -hoarding behaviours.  ...  We are also grateful for the help and support of the hospital studied.  ... 
doi:10.1177/146045820200800202 fatcat:gqrj7jikezgcfpjfazhpf4e7c4

S&R dissemination plan

Jean DE PRETER, Marie-Christine BONNAMOUR, Franck DUMORTIER, Aleksandra KONOPKA, Ourania Markaki, Christos Ntanos
2020 Zenodo  
This implies the need for a thorough mapping of the stakeholders, a detailed definition of key messages to be shared with the right stakeholders and the identification of tools currently available to interact  ...  Finally, it is to be noted that this deliverable should serve as a guideline to the Consortium for the Dissemination and Communication activities to be carried out in the context of th [...]  ...  This implies the need for a thorough mapping of the stakeholders, a detailed definition of key messages to be shared with the right stakeholders and the identification of tools currently available to interact  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5180665 fatcat:ot6e6aiftbepzp4oltlsapipum

Deliverable D4.2 – Role description: Dissemination to businesses and the public

Michela Vignoli, Jan Rörden
2019 Zenodo  
To complement the guidelines and dissemination framework for EU funded research provided in D4.1 (Kraker et al. 2017), with this deliverable we provide additional guidance for research organisations and  ...  In addition, it will help organisations in planning and adapting resource and personnel management to the emerging science communication needs for targeting stakeholders beyond the research community.  ...  Dissemination is becoming an integral part of the whole research workflow and more interactive.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.2557369 fatcat:7j4lg3a7ijh7jfwukdqzzruylq

Establishing a community of practice for dementia champions (innovative practice)

Andrea Mayrhofer, Claire Goodman, Cheryl Holman
2014 Dementia  
for the health and social care workforce.  ...  This discussion paper considers the currently evolving roles of dementia champions and describes an initiative designed to support their activities.  ...  Facilitators: NHS Trusts with dedicated posts and staff in place for dementia care are able to disseminate information and lead innovation (albeit CQUIN a informed) in their organisation.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1471301214542534 pmid:25027633 fatcat:upegnh36ybc3ffbtpeguxjmlve

Use of "Social Media"—an Option for Spreading Awareness in Infection Prevention

Jayaprakasam Madhumathi, Rina Sinha, Balaji Veeraraghavan, Kamini Walia
2021 Current Treatment Options in Infectious Diseases  
There is a need for enhanced adoption of infection prevention and control (IPC) practices in both healthcare settings and the entire community, more so during pandemics.  ...  The exponential increase in the use of social media (SM) has made it a powerful tool for creating awareness, education, training and community engagement on IPC.  ...  Editor) Use of "Social Media"-an Option for Spreading Awareness in Infection Madhumathi et al.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s40506-020-00244-3 pmid:33519303 pmcid:PMC7826144 fatcat:dcurhrebxbaploju3rqmxikgyi

Fit4Rri D6.1 - Plan For Communication, Exploitation And Dissemination [article]

Joy Cremesty
2017 Zenodo  
This document outlines the communication plan for the FIT4RRI project.  ...  RRI and OS in their current organisational practices, tools, arrangements and culture by: 8 -Enhancing competencies and skills related to RRI and OS through an improvement of the RRI and OS training offer  ...  -Institutionally embed RRI and OS practices and approaches by promoting the diffusion of more advanced governance settings capable to create an environment enabling RRI and OS Communication, Dissemination  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1434365 fatcat:ippzta7fwzczxmxj5ekrmqh3ke

Best Practices of Social Media in Academic Libraries: A Case Study of Selected Engineering College Libraries of Odisha

Mahendra K. Sahu
2016 DESIDOC Journal of Library & Information Technology  
and consumed in an academic library.  ...  The way the social media tools are strengthened with the impact of proliferating portable computing, wireless technologies, and other web application, have re-designed how information is generated, communicated  ...  OBJECtIvES The practice of social media in an academic library is a huge challenge for librarians.  ... 
doi:10.14429/djlit.36.5.10445 fatcat:owlt72ggcng5pa4nnfecc22hhe

Building a community of practice through social media using the hashtag #neoEBM

Amy Keir, Nicolas Bamat, Bron Hennebry, Brian King, Ravi Patel, Clyde Wright, Alexandra Scrivens, Omar ElKhateeb, Souvik Mitra, Damian Roland, Barbara Guidi
2021 PLoS ONE  
Objectives Social media use is associated with developing communities of practice that promote the rapid exchange of information across traditional institutional and geographical boundaries faster than  ...  Conclusion Our findings support the observation that the #neoEBM community possesses many of the characteristics of a community of practice, and it may be an effective tool to disseminate research findings  ...  research evidence and current clinical practice, coming together to build, share and disseminate knowledge.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0252472 pmid:34048469 fatcat:llceilrgdzcb3jjjf2mdqeocdq

Making connections and promoting the profession: Social media use by World Federation of Occupational Therapists member organisations

Anita L Hamilton, Susan C Burwash, Merrolee Penman, Karen Jacobs, Angela Hook, Sarah Bodell, Ritchard Ledgerd, Marilyn Pattison
2016 Digital Health  
and what role they anticipate social media might play in the near future.  ...  Each national organisation interacts with its members and the public using diverse methods. Increasingly, national organisations are broadening their communication methods.  ...  Acknowledgements: We would like to thank Dr Matthew Molineux for his assistance and guidance in the development of the ethics application and Tanja Krizaj for reviewing the questionnaire for comprehensibility  ... 
doi:10.1177/2055207616653844 pmid:29942557 pmcid:PMC6001224 fatcat:fnepdbfd4bedrpgxnopdh2ssyy
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