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Community-based monitoring to facilitate water management by local institutions in Costa Rica

María Bernedo Del Carpio, Francisco Alpizar, Paul J. Ferraro
2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
One year after the program started, we detect modest, albeit imprecisely estimated, effects of the program in the predicted directions: less groundwater extracted, better water quality, and more satisfied  ...  Using a specially designed smartphone application (app) and WhatsApp, monitors could report weekly on the conditions of the water system, including service disruptions, water quality, leaks, and source  ...  We thank the UK's Department for International Development and the Evidence in Governance and Politics network for funding the study and the intervention.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.2015177118 pmid:34253603 pmcid:PMC8307738 fatcat:yzdwf3qudvdnpconccxwolnllu

Web Site Design, Self-Monitoring Style, and Consumer Preference

Rosemary A. Yates, Jan M. Noyes
2007 Journal of Applied Social Psychology  
This study aims to advance understanding of Internet interactions by considering the impact of Web site design and self-monitoring style on consumer preference.  ...  Matching advertising appeal to individual selfmonitoring needs was found to increase Web site effectiveness of consumer preference for high self-monitors, and within Web site satisfaction and level of  ...  The dual interactions between Web site design and self-monitoring tendency had a significant effect on level of Web site satisfaction, F(1, 79) = 7.70, p = .007; and an approaching significant effect on  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1559-1816.2007.00215.x fatcat:7am5bhn7nzgc7nans7eedz6bv4

Satisfied or Frustrated? A Qualitative Analysis of Need Satisfying and Need Frustrating Experiences of Engaging With Digital Health Technology in Chronic Care

Carolina Wannheden, Terese Stenfors, Andreas Stenling, Ulrica von Thiele Schwarz
2021 Frontiers in Public Health  
Three main findings are that: (1) data covered all four spheres of user experiences, but most user experiences concerned the behavior and task spheres; (2) satisfaction and frustration of competence needs  ...  The unit of analysis is based on a total of 642 individual answers to seven open-ended questions, from 121 respondents.Results: The analysis identified positive and negative influences of self-monitoring  ...  data collection; and Sivan Menczel for her contributions to the collation of survey data.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2020.623773 pmid:33585391 pmcid:PMC7873956 fatcat:osyhud5z6vg65ptdaf7g3bqhei

Factors affecting success of an integrated community-based telehealth system

Hui-Lung Hsieh, Chung-Hung Tsai, Wen-Hai Chih, Huei-Hsieh Lin, Edward J. Ciaccio
2015 Technology and Health Care  
Furthermore, service quality exerted the strongest overall effect on user satisfaction.  ...  The findings also illustrated that the joint effects of three intrinsic qualities (system quality, information quality, and service quality) on use were mediated by user satisfaction and intention to use  ...  In addition, service quality exerted the strongest overall effect on user satisfaction.  ... 
doi:10.3233/thc-150953 pmid:26410483 fatcat:f3jwkqhl7fcpdav4b7doz3d3qu

Youth Online Media Use: Associations with Youth Demographics, Parental Monitoring, and Parent-Child Relationships

Jessie Rudi, Jodi Dworkin
2014 Journal of Youth Development  
Although youth reported being frequent users of online media, Internet use was not the same for all youth.  ...  , parent-child relationship quality, and likelihood of being a frequent user of online activities.  ...  Communication Youth age, parental monitoring, and mother-child relationship satisfaction were significant predictors of communication user group (see Table 2 ).  ... 
doi:10.5195/jyd.2014.72 fatcat:nykluuggqfgi3l34vxqsbu33gq

Advantages of implementation the process model for sustainable business operations of mining companies

Slavica Miletic, Dejan Bogdanovic, Dragan Milanovic
2016 Mining and Metallurgy Engineering Bor  
The results differentiate the most important advantages of the process model achieved by sustainable business operations of mining companies on the basis of competitiveness based on eco-innovations.  ...  The AHP method was used to evaluate the advantages of process model.  ...  User satisfaction (Criterion C3): Every organization depends on satisfaction of its users. Therefore, the organization is forced to have perception for their current and future needs.  ... 
doi:10.5937/mmeb1603071m fatcat:gbyrudcyujfrvlb66rldm4svwu

Usability evaluation to approve an information system design (case study: Immunization monitoring interface design)

Dinar M K Nugraheni, Iga Alicy, Beta Noranita, Hadiyanto, Budi Warsito, Maryono
2019 E3S Web of Conferences  
The output generated from the experiment was an effective, efficient and easy-to-use interface design for IMIS from the perceptions of child guardians and the perspective of Community Health Centre staff  ...  Prototyping is a useful technique to support the development process of building a software application. It is beneficial particularly when the developer focuses on the user.  ...  In the Srondol community health centre, those who will use IMIS are health workers and parents. The two users above are users who play an active role in the continuation of immunization monitoring.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/201912523014 fatcat:gkek2pbhn5b2dkbxjrx4d7aory

Adoption of community monitoring improves common pool resource management across contexts

Tara Slough, Daniel Rubenson, Ro'ee Levy, Francisco Alpizar Rodriguez, María Bernedo del Carpio, Mark T. Buntaine, Darin Christensen, Alicia Cooperman, Sabrina Eisenbarth, Paul J. Ferraro, Louis Graham, Alexandra C. Hartman (+7 others)
2021 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
In a meta-analysis of the experimental results from the six sites, we find that the community monitoring reduced CPR use and increased user satisfaction and knowledge by modest amounts.  ...  Most of the 400 communities adopted regular monitoring practices over the course of a year.  ...  Indígenas del Oriente, Rainforest Foundation US, and the Busara Center for their contributions to the implementation of the monitoring interventions.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.2015367118 pmid:34253604 pmcid:PMC8307849 fatcat:kdunfwtlojbqdkrsvy5iyv4zkm

Does Panel Type Matter for LCD Monitors? A Study Examining the Effects of S-IPS, S-PVA, and TN Panels in Video Gaming and Movie Viewing [chapter]

Ki Joon Kim, S. Shyam Sundar
2011 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
As computer-based devices become the primary media via which users view movies and play interactive games, display technologies (e.g., LCD monitors) have focused increasingly on quality of video fidelity  ...  , with much debate surrounding the relative efficacy of different panel types of LCD monitors.  ...  This study was supported by a grant from the World-Class University program (R31-2008-000-10062-0) of the Korean Ministry of Education, Science and Technology via the National Research Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-23771-3_21 fatcat:pzvmnkjucrdmnprydhbhacei4a

– New methods Telemedicine system for the care of patients with neuromuscular disease and chronic respiratory failure

Carlos Zamarrón, Emilio Morete, Francisco González
2014 Archives of Medical Science  
Conclusions: Our findings indicate that the system was user friendly for patients and care givers. Patient satisfaction scores were acceptable.  ...  Results: Over a period of 5 years, we analyzed a series of variables including use of the system, patient satisfaction and clinical impact.  ...  Database, user privileges, communications and security were handled from the hospital by an administrator.  ... 
doi:10.5114/aoms.2014.46223 pmid:25395959 pmcid:PMC4223148 fatcat:m2ctemhpindcrlvhyvnkgagi6y

Design and Evaluation of User Interface Design of Mobile Heart Monitoring Application

Muhammad Sobri Et.al
2021 Turkish Journal of Computer and Mathematics Education  
However, when the user feels dissatisfied with the user interface design of the mobile heart monitoring application, it impacts user satisfaction level to the extent that the users do not use it anymore  ...  The focus of the user interface design evaluation are oncontent, visual and navigation aspects.This paper contributes to user interface design knowledge and design recommendations particularly for mobile  ...  Based on previous studiesonuser satisfaction,researchers found that user interface design can influence the usability of mobile health applications and this lead to poor user satisfaction.  ... 
doi:10.17762/turcomat.v12i3.1169 fatcat:mdusxrbxxrfldg3ov2mt6l5r44

The Effect of Implementation of Report Online Application on User Satisfaction and Operational Performance

Slamet Widodo, Niken Sulistyowati
2020 International Journal of Innovative Science and Research Technology  
The results show that the application of Report Online applications has a positive effect on user satisfaction, user satisfaction has a positive effect on operational performance and the implementation  ...  This study aims to determine and analyze the effect of applying the Report Online Application to User Satisfaction and Operational Performance.  ...  the Report Online Application has a positive effect on User Satisfaction H2: User Satisfaction has a positive effect on Operational Performance H3: Implementation of the Report Online application has  ... 
doi:10.38124/ijisrt20aug251 fatcat:3xce6i7i5za55jv7hc6yjj3az4

The Efficacy and Usefulness of Online Web Application Based Logbook for Ophthalmology Residents

Navapol Kanchanaranya, Chartchai Wibhusanawit, Tayakorn Kupakanchana
2020 Eye South East Asia  
Conclusion: A web application based logbook has the advantages of ease of access and usage, monitoring and data presentation and a communication platform between residents and educational supervisor.  ...  At the end of the designated testing time, all participants responded to a 12-component satisfaction questionnaire which was based on a checklist for successfully implementing logbooks into clinical training  ...  with regards to the clinical logbook's positive impact and effective integration into the clinical training program monitoring progress of residents, and provides a platform of sharing and communication  ... 
doi:10.36281/2020010301 fatcat:nkyv7km4xne7fowuev34xb73zq

Towards Mobile Twin Peaks for App Development

Giovanna Avellis, Julian Harty, Yijun Yu
2017 2017 IEEE/ACM 4th International Conference on Mobile Software Engineering and Systems (MOBILESoft)  
Requirements of mobile apps are often hard to elicit from massive numbers of users, although it is important for the solution architecture to meet them.  ...  The communications allow both requirements engineers and software architects to reach a consensus on functionalities and quality constraints and to adapt architectural design decisions appropriately.  ...  Central to this mission is investigating live representations of satisfaction arguments [25] which capture the rationale on both sides of the communication channel.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mobilesoft.2017.10 dblp:conf/icse/AvellisHY17 fatcat:wsnhpklvjrdkjio6nknwyxok2i

Relationship between Speech Perception and Level of Satisfaction of Hearing Aid Users

Erika Mantello, Carla Silva, Eduardo Massuda, Miguel Hyppolito, Ana Reis
2015 International Archives of Otorhinolaryngology  
Conclusion Word and sentence recognition was significantly better with the use of the hearing aids. The users showed a high degree of satisfaction.  ...  In the present study, there was no correlation observed between the levels of speech perception and levels of user satisfaction measured with the questionnaire.  ...  the degree of user satisfaction.  ... 
doi:10.1055/s-0035-1570315 pmid:27746833 pmcid:PMC5063736 fatcat:ls22aksggbfsvjo5qobmqbpixa
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