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Is children's weight a public health or a private family issue? A qualitative analysis of online discussion about National Child Measurement Programme feedback in England

B E Kovacs, F B Gillison, J C Barnett
2018 BMC Public Health  
Information and opinions consistent with public health messages were frequently provided, such as how data are used, that feedback is intended to be helpful, and the importance of collecting national data  ...  The primary themes identified related to (1) the legitimacy of feedback and judgement from health professionals, (2) the relative importance of collecting population level data above individual preferences  ...  Ethics approval and consent to participate Ethical approval was provided by the University of Bath Department of Department for Health Research Ethics Committee (REACH reference: EP 15/ 16248 June 2016  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-018-6214-y pmid:30477468 pmcid:PMC6257949 fatcat:bglxhe3sk5btbomt352r55coii

Exploring the dimensions of eco-feedback in the wild

Filipe Quintal, Nuno J. Nunes, Valentina Nisi
2015 2015 Sustainable Internet and ICT for Sustainability (SustainIT)  
Families (F1, F3 and F4) suggested the two visualizations could be merged to provide the information they need as well as the aesthetic pleasure of the natural landscape: "I like the landscape, and  ...  " -the WattsBurning forest animation contextualized and localizes the consumption information to users, "Applications should be designed to provide proximal feedback" the local forest representation also  ... 
doi:10.1109/sustainit.2015.7101374 dblp:conf/ifip6-3/QuintalNN15 fatcat:hw574jtyc5bafdnxolzjnzyemq

Using Online Photo Sharing to Support Parents with Type One Diabetic Children [chapter]

Hajar Alamri, King Khalid University, SA, Reeva Lederman, Rachelle Bosua, University of Melbourne, AU, Open University of The Netherlands, NL
2018 Australasian Conference on Information Systems 2018  
This study aims to explore the effectiveness of using online photo sharing platforms to support parents of chronically ill children.  ...  The rise of online photo sharing platforms has encouraged an increasing number of people to share online their lived experience as a carer of a child with a chronic condition.  ...  Some studies suggest that patients and their families value the personal health experiences of peers more than the solid health information provided by health professionals (Zhang et al. 2013 ).  ... 
doi:10.5130/ fatcat:z36ey27rsbdrras3hhoh26fqhe

Online Social Networking by Patients with Diabetes: A Qualitative Evaluation of Communication with Facebook

Jeremy A. Greene, Niteesh K. Choudhry, Elaine Kilabuk, William H. Shrank
2010 Journal of general internal medicine  
Approximately two-thirds of posts included unsolicited sharing of diabetes management strategies, over 13% of posts provided specific feedback to information requested by other users, and almost 29% of  ...  These new sources of knowledge, support, and engagement have become important for patients living with chronic disease, yet the quality and content of the information provided in these digital arenas are  ...  The authors retained independent and complete control over the design and implementation of the study as well as the analyses and writing of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-010-1526-3 pmid:20945113 pmcid:PMC3043192 fatcat:gbra3yilgfbenfviplqqpahfwm

Engaging New Parents in the Development of a Peer Nutrition Education Model Using Participatory Action Research

Richard Ball, Kerith Duncanson, Lee Ashton, Andrew Bailey, Tracy L. Burrows, Gail Whiteford, Maria Henström, Rachel Gerathy, Alison Walton, Jennifer Wehlow, Clare E. Collins
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
After each PAR cycle, structured content analysis was conducted, informing the next iteration of the implementation model and research methods.  ...  Participating parents were highly engaged in child feeding peer-to-peer education, but felt more effective and comfortable being considered as a child-feeding information resource sharer or 'champion'  ...  Acknowledgments: We would like to sincerely thank the following: The PICNIC participants for assisting our learning and their generous input into the PICNIC model, the MNCLHD Child and Family Health team  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19010102 pmid:35010363 pmcid:PMC8750105 fatcat:aay4xhcqxnexbjq3fqu3l2orku

The VaccineLand: An Interactive Digital Board Game to Educate Public about Vaccines

Zuhri Arafah Zulkifli, Mohamad Nornazmi Mohd Noor, Nur Farahin Mohd Johari
2022 JOIV: International Journal on Informatics Visualization  
The vaccines are guaranteed to be safe and clinically proven to enhance human antibodies preventing the virus from spreading.  ...  Therefore, in this paper, we proposed a digital board game, the VaccineLand, that provides information about vaccines in terms of their history, reasons for taking them, and the adverse effects on the  ...  User open-ended feedback In addition, we also collected user feedback in the form of comments and suggestions in the form of open-ended feedback.  ... 
doi:10.30630/joiv.6.2-2.1118 fatcat:o5sr33paqbdmxede67ls3u3ulq

The Therapist-assisted Online Parenting Strategies (TOPS) program for parents of adolescents with clinical anxiety or depression: Development and feasibility pilot

Catherine M.F. Fulgoni, Glenn A. Melvin, Anthony F. Jorm, Katherine A. Lawrence, Marie B.H. Yap
2019 Internet Interventions  
Feedback from Studies 2 and 3 indicated that the therapist-coach was a valuable resource to (i) provide parents with strategies that are associated with the alleviation of adolescent anxiety and depression  ...  Study 3 was a pilot of the resulting TOPS program with professionals (N = 10) and a small sample of parents (N = 3) to assess the acceptability of the program content and format that involved online modules  ...  We also thank the parents and mental health professionals who contributed to the development of the TOPS program across the three studies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.invent.2019.100285 pmid:31890632 pmcid:PMC6926173 fatcat:otqgawiszva6npdw2hkxx7r4ra

Developing young person's Face IT: Online psychosocial support for adolescents struggling with conditions or injuries affecting their appearance

Heidi Williamson, Catrin Griffiths, Diana Harcourt
2015 Health Psychology Open  
A participatory action approach with potential users and clinical experts was employed to design and evaluate the acceptability of young person's Face IT (YP Face IT), an online intervention incorporating  ...  Participants found YP Face IT acceptable and believed it would provide much needed and easy access to psychosocial support.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors wish to thank Dr Julia Cadogan, the Changing Faces Youth Council and all the young people and health professionals, who collaborated on this research.  ... 
doi:10.1177/2055102915619092 pmid:28070380 pmcid:PMC5193303 fatcat:ag7tmcgmpjatzix7zxu5fvvb7a

Development of an online resource for parents of young children newly diagnosed with autism: A participatory research design (Preprint)

Aspasia Stacey Rabba, Cheryl Dissanayake, Josephine Barbaro
2020 JMIR Pediatrics and Parenting  
The internet provides an ideal avenue to share information, advice, and support regarding autism.  ...  This was followed by the translation of knowledge and ideas generated during the workshops to produce mockups of webpages and content, rapid prototyping, and one-on-one consultations with end users to  ...  Acknowledgments The first author received a scholarship from the Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC) to undertake this research.  ... 
doi:10.2196/15786 pmid:32996890 fatcat:y6f7xbs2bvczpkjmphe4ibtiq4

ConnectEpeople: A social-media-based study exploring research priorities of children with Down Syndrome, Cleft Lip with or without cleft Palate, Congenital Heart Defects and Spina Bifida (Preprint)

Marlene Sinclair, Julie E. M. McCullough, David Elliott, Anna Latos-Bieleńska, Paula Braz, Clara Cavero-Carbonell, Anna Jamry-Dziurla, Ana João Santos, Lucía Páramo-Rodríguez
2019 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
However, parents valued the screening approach using the State-Trait Anxiety Inventory as a measure to ensure their well-being (mean 32.5). In phase 1, RAPs generated 98 research questions.  ...  This paper provides insight into the recruitment of European parents of children with specific congenital anomalies to engage in coproduction research by using social media.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors wish to thank all the parents involved in the study for providing research questions and generously sharing their experiences and expertise and their open and honest feedback  ... 
doi:10.2196/15847 pmid:31763986 pmcid:PMC6902131 fatcat:vm432i4dfra2fnzpqbwx5ef3aq

Statewide Dissemination of Sesame Street Resources for Families Affected by Incarceration

Rebecca J. Shlafer, Amanda A. Wanous, Erin C. Schubert
2016 Health Promotion Practice  
of community-based and clinical providers reached, and location of providers across the state; and examines providers' impressions of the utility of the resources and their perspectives on how the resources  ...  This study has important implications for translating research evidence for community providers and practitioners who aim to promote the emotional health of young children affected by incarceration.  ...  and Health Disparities (1P60MD003422), and the University of Minnesota Center for Cognitive Sciences Fellowship.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1524839916648126 pmid:27216876 pmcid:PMC5541670 fatcat:dihxrkrw55arrazt2mjowwxtz4

Assessment of the Reach, Usability, and Perceived Impact of "Talking Is Power": A Parental Sexual Health Text-Messaging Service and Web-Based Resource to Empower Sensitive Conversations with American Indian and Alaska Native Teens

Lea Sacca, Stephanie Craig Rushing, Christine Markham, Ross Shegog, Melissa Peskin, Belinda Hernandez, Amanda Gaston, Michelle Singer, Nicole Trevino, Chrystial C. Correa, Cornelia Jessen, Jennifer Williamson (+1 others)
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
Main themes provided suggestions for improving the series mode of delivery, while others included positive feedback about the material, with the possibility of expanding the series to other adolescent  ...  Conclusion: Lessons learned during the design, dissemination, and evaluation of the resource's usability, reach, and perceived impact may be of interest to other Indigenous communities who are in the process  ...  Despite these limitations, user enrollment and use of the online resources was strong.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18179126 pmid:34501715 fatcat:fjhfovnearewzn74vnzrb6xlaq

POCKET: A tool for protecting children's privacy online

France Bélanger, Robert E. Crossler, Janine S. Hiller, Jung-Min Park, Michael S. Hsiao
2013 Decision Support Systems  
POCKET should properly secure information that it contains, as well as provide accurate information to website merchants it shares information with on the parent's behalf.  ...  POCKET should properly secure information that it contains, as well as provide accurate information to website merchants it shares information with on the parent's behalf.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.dss.2012.11.010 fatcat:yifze4ymd5fatdrov23oh77z7i

Designing a Mobile Application to Enhance Parenting Skills of Latinx Parents: A Community-Based Participatory Approach (Preprint)

Jennifer Doty, Sonya S. Brady, Javiera Monardez Popelka, Laura Rietveld, Diego Garcia-Huidobro, Matthew J. Doty, Roxana Linares, Maria Veronica Svetaz, Michele L. Allen
2018 JMIR Formative Research  
Stakeholder interviews identified 3 community values: familism, the promotion of adolescent health, and delivery of economic value.  ...  Latinx families are among the highest users of smartphones, yet few health-focused Web programs have been developed for this audience.  ...  Acknowledgments Conflicts of Interest None declared. Multimedia Appendix 1  ... 
doi:10.2196/12618 pmid:32012034 pmcid:PMC7007588 fatcat:yuxkozgxvbhk7o2d7t65tuvb5y

Developing a handheld record for patients with cystic fibrosis

Francis Gilchrist, Omendra Narayan, Siobhan Davies, Carly Tibbins, Martyn Rees, Warren Lenney
2015 Patient Related Outcome Measures  
We report the consultation process that led to the development of a CF PHHR, describe the final document, and analyze the feedback from their use at our center.  ...  Patient handheld records (PHHRs) promote self-management and empower the holder to take a more active role in the management of their disease.  ...  Disclosure The authors report no conflicts of interest in this work.  ... 
doi:10.2147/prom.s86298 pmid:26316833 pmcid:PMC4540166 fatcat:wunok6g3rzep3lkgpj33qligjm
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