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Why a Decade of Road Traffic Safety?

Herman Johal, Emil H. Schemitsch, Mohit Bhandari
2014 Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma  
This is what brought about the "Decade of Action for Road Traffic Safety," and as orthopaedic surgeons, our involvement is key for the collaborative public health response toward this effort.  ...  Over the last decade, the United Nations and World Health Organization have been part of the gaining momentum toward addressing this issue, through resolutions and coordinating global efforts.  ...  As orthopaedic care providers, our collaboration is essential in developing interventions targeted toward the post-collision phase (see Fig. 2C , Supplemental Digital Content, http://links.  ... 
doi:10.1097/bot.0000000000000104 pmid:24858004 fatcat:l76iqvf4wzbltlc4aaty4qevji

Communication around home-energy monitoring devices

Tawanna R. Dillahunt
2011 Proceedings of the 13th international conference on Ubiquitous computing - UbiComp '11  
Prior research results show that comparison as a feedback technique can encourage additional savings; however, a limited number of home-energy studies explore social communication around feedback devices  ...  We will then deploy our system across 50 mixed-income renters.  ...  Furthermore, few studies explore this phenomenon among households, and even fewer focus on low-income households.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2030112.2030192 dblp:conf/huc/Dillahunt11 fatcat:yze2hz7sgbgtzf5qvamweiwiu4

Applying the Extended Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Collaborative Consumption Intentions [chapter]

Arto Lindblom, Taru Lindblom
2018 Translational Systems Sciences  
First, our study indicates that consumers' attitudes towards collaborative consumption are positively related to their intentions to participate in collaborative consumption.  ...  In this study we test and validate theory of planned behavior (TPB) to predict consumers' collaborative consumption intentions.  ...  A moderate effect was found between CCI and income: the higher income groups had more positive attitudes towards collaborative consumption.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-10-8956-5_9 fatcat:g2etq2xz35djvihkvkotduxcku

Digital Health in East Africa: Innovation, Experimentation and the Market

Tom Neumark, Ruth J. Prince
2021 Global Policy  
of experimentation in digital health.  ...  of East African-led digital and data technology movements.  ...  Third, these efforts to reach and expand insurance markets have varying success, especially among low-income groups.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1758-5899.12990 fatcat:w57u6jsbrvh4ngdaf23y6dzfyu

Broadening the Frontiers of Adolescent Health Through Telemedicine and Online Networks

Evelyn Eisenstein, Luiz Ary Messina
2017 Annals of Global Health  
All authors state they have no conflict of interest. All authors contributed equally in the development of the manuscript and had access to the data.  ...  From the Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, Telemedicine, University of the State of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (EE); and Brazilian University Telemedicine Network, RUTE, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, Brazil (LAM).  ...  Furthermore, Internet use took place primarily on mobile phones for high-and middle-income youth (85%), whereas 55% of low-income adolescents primarily used mobile phones.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.aogh.2017.10.028 pmid:29248086 fatcat:fs3kdu37jbe6lb6os7xbcxleyy

Socio-demographic characteristics of digital financial services users: Evidence from Serbia
Socio-demografske karakteristike korisnika digitalnih finansijskih usluga - iskustva iz Republike Srbije

Isidora Ljumović, Krsto Jakšić, Slaviša Trajković
2021 Ekonomika  
The results show a difference among most of the analyzed characteristics. Socio-demographic characteristics, apart from gender and income, are statistically significant.  ...  cards, savings and borrowing more often than non-users of these services.  ...  youths between the ages of 18 and 35, with minimal education, either unemployed or in low-income earning jobs".  ... 
doi:10.5937/ekonomika2104055l fatcat:6ds5asyx5ne7tezvwpvtloj7la

Is it an institution, digital or social inclusion that matters for inclusive growth? A panel data analysis

Aribah Aslam, Amjad Naveed, Ghulam Shabbir
2020 Quality & Quantity: International Journal of Methodology  
Contribution of social and digital inclusivity is significant in all three income groups, except for social inclusion in middle-income countries.  ...  From the policy point of view, these findings suggest that establishing and strengthening the institutional structure in low- and middle-income countries can contribute towards better and higher inclusive  ...  It posits that achievement in inclusive growth varies among different income groups. High-income countries have higher inclusive growth than countries with low-income levels.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11135-020-01008-3 pmid:32836469 pmcid:PMC7320837 fatcat:d6adqkdzf5avbnd74yq3xdsq2m

Role of Government Policies to Fintech Adoption and Financial Inclusion: A Study in Pakistan

Misbah Noreen, M. S. Mia, Zahiruddin Ghazali, Ferdoushi Ahmed
2022 Universal Journal of Accounting and Finance  
Purpose- Pakistan is a lower-middle-income country and financial inclusion rate is comparatively lower than other South Asian countries.  ...  In this circumstance, Government of Pakistan has implemented various financial inclusion policies and strategies to enhance the rate of financial inclusion in the country.  ...  Acknowledgments This research received no specific grant from any Universal Journal of Accounting and Finance 10(1): 37-46, 2022 45 funding agency in the public, commercial, or not-for-profit sectors  ... 
doi:10.13189/ujaf.2022.100105 fatcat:b4cg5raf4fenjppteyamnjhrdi

A study on Dynamics and challenges on Traditional Banking and E-Banking services among Senior citizen's at Bangalore City

Lakshman K, Jain University-CMS, Bangalore
2019 International Journal of Advanced Trends in Computer Science and Engineering  
Around this number group, the researchers are over-represented.  ...  We examine the part of NLP for enhancing observation about usability and guaranteeing ideal encounter and recommend measures which might fill the gap of digital era.  ...  divide or modern society, about those utilization of on the digital saving money by the age group belong to 60 in the Bangalore city there are a lot of people suffer about the usability issues about digital  ... 
doi:10.30534/ijatcse/2019/91832019 fatcat:452uv7min5efvhb2dctmdsp77u

Bridging the digital health divide: toward equitable global access to mobile health interventions for people living with HIV

Breanna R Campbell, Karen S Ingersoll, Tabor E Flickinger, Rebecca Dillingham
2019 Expert Review of Anti-Infective Therapy  
They both have received funding from the Virginia Department of Health and the AIDS United Foundation for work in mHealth.  ...  This company has licensed the PositiveLinks technology from the University of Virginia and is working with other entities to implement the PositiveLinks program.  ...  devices to low-income and rural Americans [36] .  ... 
doi:10.1080/14787210.2019.1578649 pmid:30721103 pmcid:PMC6693863 fatcat:hdygmhi3czevvpm6kq5rpgoor4

The Impacts of COVID-19 Pandemic on Marginalized Youth Communities in Malaysia: Key Issues

Zainatul Shuhaida Abdull Rahman, Nurul Labanihuda Abdull Rahman, Siti Nur Zahirah Omar, Sardar Md Humayun Kabir
2021 Journal of Entrepreneurship and Business  
Although adverse effects involving unemployment denoted the key issue of local youth communities, positive counterparts were equally identified.  ...  The impacted group involved self-employed communities with low income (approximately 2.3 million people) and fresh graduates seeking employment.  ...  Online business successes facilitated cash flows with an anticipated increase of online staff for an implicit and explicit exploration of digital employment and activities among marginalised youths.  ... 
doi:10.17687/jeb.v9i1.420 fatcat:ydumk5npprbl3h7z4vocwttxle

Study on Economic and Technological Empowerment of Rural Women Through'Digital Literacy and Digital Livelihood Enhancement Programme'in Tamil Nadu

Krithika. S et al., Krithika. S et al.,
2019 International Journal of Agricultural Science and Research  
The paper examines one such project being implemented by the Association for Sarva Seva Farms to impart digital literacy among rural women through its innovative programme in collaboration with Tata and  ...  The goal of the project is to enhance digital literacy and digital livelihood of rural women, particularly with the use of mobile applications, voice message and the applications of internet and thereby  ...  Thus to make a real impact among the rural women community and thereby reach the goal of high empowerment, the use of ICT should be more participative, innovative and streamlined towards specific needs  ... 
doi:10.24247/ijasrjun20197 fatcat:b7rmtmcb7vbyhkk2wupdjpiozq

Digital Human Capital: Developing a Framework for Understanding the Economic Impact of Digital Exclusion in Low-Income Communities

Amy Bach, Gwen Shaffer, Todd Wolfson
2013 Journal of Information Policy  
Based on a year of qualitative research on BTOP programs in Philadelphia aimed at closing the digital divide, the authors conclude that ICT training initiatives must shift toward critical social and cultural  ...  They argue for a Digital Human Capital framework, taking into account the complex nature of social exclusion in the informational age.  ...  in low-income communities.  ... 
doi:10.5325/jinfopoli.3.1.247 fatcat:c5qfnvqtgnbzdluktigbwfu6b4

India Post Payments Bank – Problems and Prospect

K. Meena Kumari
2017 IRA-International Journal of Management & Social Sciences (ISSN 2455-2267)  
the designated financial services at low cost to target population.  ...  Payments bank promoted by India Post is expected to use the physical network of post offices as well as digital platforms such as mobile, internet banking, debit cards, point of sale devices, etc. to provide  ...  India Post Payments Bank must work in close collaboration with the Department of Postal Services so as to use its vast network of post offices and the trust that the post office enjoys among the target  ... 
doi:10.21013/jmss.v7.n2.p28 fatcat:z5nzxwlid5chfmhgqd2ebc6ix4

Impact of the Digital Divide on Computer Use and Internet Access on the Poor in Nigeria

Omolara Tayo, Randall Thompson, Elizabeth Thompson
2015 Journal of Education and Learning  
Twenty low-income community members volunteered to participate in the study.  ...  The results indicated the lack of Internet access, affordability of computers and Internet usage, poverty, lack of computer skills, and poor infrastructures were contributors to the digital divide.  ...  The digital divide is influenced by low level of income, lack of access to computers and the Internet, and limited proficiency in English (Brooks, Donovan, & Rumble, 2005) .  ... 
doi:10.5539/jel.v5n1p1 fatcat:hazlyhwbz5hv5carwnd7ejatuq
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