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Designing for Health Exploratory Seeking Behaviour

Patrick Cheong-Iao Pang, Karin Verspoor, Shanton Chang, Jon M. Pearce
2014 Annual International ACM SIGIR Conference on Research and Development in Information Retrieval  
However, in-depth understanding of the information seeking behaviour of online health information is limited.  ...  We conducted an experiment to investigate the information needs and behaviours of health information seekers.  ...  In low engagement behaviour, users prefer to skim and quickly read through the articles to determine the usefulness before committing to a longer reading.  ... 
dblp:conf/sigir/PangVCP14 fatcat:p2aoeunlz5glhdiriy5hshxvum

A realist synthesis of the evidence on outreach programmes for health improvement of Traveller Communities

M. Lhussier, S.M. Carr, N. Forster
2015 Journal of public health  
A 'menu' of reasoning mechanisms is presented, leading to key engagement outcomes.  ...  Results An explanatory framework details how, why and in what circumstances participation, behaviour change or social capital development happened.  ...  -Engagement in the idea promoted by the programme through explicit questioning of prior knowledge, attitudes, beliefs or behaviours.  ... 
doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdv093 pmid:26232206 pmcid:PMC4894485 fatcat:a3fybwaffbdrzjtxzpu7p2tjce

Improving the Health of Emerging Adult Gamers—A Scoping Review of Influences

David Micallef, Lukas Parker, Linda Brennan, Bruno Schivinski, Michaela Jackson
2022 Nutrients  
Emerging adults (EAs), defined as adults aged 18 to 25, remain a difficult group to engage in healthy behaviours (including positive dieting and eating patterns).  ...  In this scoping review, we identified and analysed research on online games, EAs, and dietary patterns to create a behavioural ecological map of influences that intersect with EAs through online games.  ...  We conducted a scoping review to understand the behavioural ecological influences that EAs engage in through online games.  ... 
doi:10.3390/nu14112226 pmid:35684027 pmcid:PMC9182998 fatcat:jdm6gl7cu5gfpglbs7xl6jsthu

Conceptualising health information seeking behaviours and exploratory search: result of a qualitative study

Patrick Cheong-Iao Pang, Karin Verspoor, Shanton Chang, Jon Pearce
2015 Health and Technology  
Keywords: search approach, exploratory search, consumer health information, information seeking behaviour The final publication is available at Springer via http://dx.  ...  While much health information is provided through the Internet, such information is often spread across multiple websites and providers.  ...  Acknowledgement Patrick Pang is supported by the Australian Federal and Victoria State Governments and the Australian Research Council through the ICT Centre of Excellence program, National ICT Australia  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12553-015-0096-0 fatcat:hl33zznhbfar5gny5sngk4i2mm

Modelling real-time online information needs: A new research approach for complex consumer behaviour

Robert Grant, Rodney J. Clarke, Elias Kyriazis
2013 Journal of Marketing Management  
The problem arises from the complexity of human behaviour as well as changing needs with the evolution of consumer knowledge and skills through the purchase process.  ...  The problem arises from the complexity of human behaviour as well as changing needs with the evolution of consumer knowledge and skills through the purchase process.  ...  McGaughey and Mason (1998) Internet influence on buyer behaviour through buying process Online search facilitated by offering links to other sites, understanding of preferred heuristic for information  ... 
doi:10.1080/0267257x.2011.621440 fatcat:bqa3kxr6fvemlcolpohl2nlrj4

Exploring the information behaviour of users of Welsh Newspapers Online through web log analysis

Paul Gooding
2016 Journal of Documentation  
This engagement incorporates reading online, but users' information seeking utilises website search and browsing functionality rather than filtering in newspaper material.  ...  These were analysed to identify patterns of engagement and user behaviour, which were then considered in relation to existing information behaviour.  ...  The findings do indicate behaviour distinct from deep engagement with the printed text: users rarely browse through specific newspapers in WNO, instead searching and browsing through the web interface  ... 
doi:10.1108/jd-10-2014-0149 fatcat:fmv44eqjczbjnlvxhazppnomvi

Conceptualising nurse-patient therapeutic engagement on acute mental health wards: An integrative review

Sarah McAllister, Glenn Robert, Vicki Tsianakas, Niall McCrae
2019 International Journal of Nursing Studies  
Database searches (CINAHL, PsycINFO, BNI and Cochrane Library) and hand searching identified 3414 articles.  ...  A holistic understanding of the essential components of engagement may make it easier for nurses to recognise what they do, and to do it well.  ...  through database searching Screening Included Eligibility Identifica tion Additional records identified through other sources (e.g.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijnurstu.2019.02.013 pmid:30908958 fatcat:mepxw4nd4zdnzjxoz253m777ge

Understanding Learner Behaviour in Online Courses through Learning Analytics

D. Thammi Raju, G. R. K. Murthy, S. B. Khade, B. Padmaja, B. S. Yashavanth, S. Ajay Kumar, S. K. Soam, Ch. Srinivasarao
2021 Asian Journal of Agricultural Extension Economics & Sociology  
This case study analysed online learning behaviour and the supporting learning environment and suggest critical factors to be at the centre stage in the design and development of online courses; leads  ...  Building an effective online course requires an understanding of learning analytics. The study assumes significance in the COVID 19 pandemic situation as there is a sudden surge in online courses.  ...  The study also points out the understanding the online learning behaviour such as users profile, LMS, choices/preferences, engagement, pedagogy, effectiveness etc. which focuses on the need for online  ... 
doi:10.9734/ajaees/2021/v39i1030705 fatcat:4x3uvzna2nbd7czcds2n2i4hfi

The Résumé-Development Process and Its Impact on Job-Search Behaviour

Charmaine A. Hayes, Christine Randall, Nicholas Buys
2013 International Journal of Disability Mangement Research  
Thematic analysis of the data reveals that the résumé-development process may be useful in promoting effective job-search behaviour in clients.  ...  The purpose of this qualitative study is to explore the résumé-development process in terms of its potential impact on job-search behaviour for injured workers who are unable to return to their previous  ...  Further, clients with doubts about the job-search process often appear reluctant to engage in job-search behaviours. Empowerment and engagement.  ... 
doi:10.1017/idm.2012.10 fatcat:zmv46su5mfgopnrcjxtrnkcgce

Why do acute healthcare staff engage in unprofessional behaviours towards each other and how can these behaviours be reduced? A realist review protocol

Jill Maben, Justin Avery Aunger, Ruth Abrams, Mark Pearson, Judy M Wright, Johanna Westbrook, Russell Mannion, Aled Jones
2022 BMJ Open  
We seek to go beyond these, to understand the range and causes of such behaviours, their negative effects and how mitigation strategies may work, in which contexts and for whom.Methods and analysisThis  ...  IntroductionUnprofessional behaviours encompass many behaviours including bullying, harassment and microaggressions.  ...  We will identify the most appropriate way to engage with our non-academic stakeholder groups. eg, through engagement with relevant professional bodies (eg, British Medical Association, General Medical  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2022-061771 pmid:35788075 pmcid:PMC9255388 fatcat:4s7vbmcm3na6laauhcqzibssk4

A Systematic Review of User-Centred Design Practices in Illicit Substance Use Interventions for Higher Education Students

Damien Organ, Samantha Dick, Caroline Hurley, Ciara Heavin
2018 European Conference on Information Systems  
Our review revealed limited consideration of end user experience and minimal engagement with UCD practices.  ...  ) practices in the development of illicit substance use behavioural interventions in the higher education context (n=7).  ...  Exploring and reporting the socio-emotional context of users, and evaluating their experiences through well-established UCD techniques will greatly improve researchers' understanding of why behavioural  ... 
dblp:conf/ecis/OrganDHH18 fatcat:ao2pr5apazeghctxaic6mgenkm

Protocol for a realist review of complex interventions to prevent adolescents from engaging in multiple risk behaviours

Christina Cooper, Monique Lhussier, Janet Shucksmith, Susan Mary Carr
2017 BMJ Open  
Methods and analysis To understand how adolescent risk behaviour prevention programmes work in a reallife context, a realist synthesis will be undertaken, operationalised in four phases.  ...  Objectives Adolescent risk behaviours are a key health concern.  ...  of engagement with another, provide further support for this approach. 16 The key issue in understanding these multiple risk behaviour prevention programmes is that of complexity.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2016-015477 pmid:28939568 pmcid:PMC5623505 fatcat:b3aaedffyfcclfvtgdhjhvgiv4

Exploring young children's web searching and technoliteracy

Amanda Spink, Susan Danby, Kerry Mallan, Carly Butler
2010 Journal of Documentation  
Young children were video-and audio-taped conducted Google Web searches in the classroom. The data was qualitatively analysed to understand the young childrens' Web search behaviour.  ...  Findings - The findings show that young children engage in complex Web searches, including keyword searching and browsing, query formulation and reformulation, relevance judgments, successive searches,  ...  Going quickly through the results pages they engaged in some of the highest levels of visual attention and engagement with the Google Web search engine.  ... 
doi:10.1108/00220411011023616 fatcat:pwufcoypwjamrjksus7amiq52u

Modeling the information behaviour of software engineers using a work - task framework

Luanne Freund, Elaine G. Toms, Julie Waterhouse
2006 Proceedings of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
The goal of this study is to develop a model of information behaviour within a work-task framework that can be used to inform the design of a workplace information search system.  ...  In a two-phase process, we conducted a series of studies using multiple methods to identify workplace characteristics and to understand how they influence the needs, search strategies, and information  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors thank the IBM Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) in Toronto, which is supporting this research through a CAS Doctoral Fellowship to the first author, and an SSHRC grant to Toms  ... 
doi:10.1002/meet.14504201181 fatcat:r6ighmva3rhx3n4256ama5uoum

Evidence of Climate Change Engagement Behaviour on a Facebook Fan-Based Page

Kirtika Deo, Abhnil Amtesh Prasad
2020 Sustainability  
In this study, we investigate the engagement behaviour of users on a Facebook fan-based page titled "Global Climate Change Awareness" by analysing user insights data for two years starting from April 2018  ...  Overall, fan growth was attributed more to increased post visibility that enhanced post engagement.  ...  However, enhancing the fan engagement process requires a deeper understanding of the behavioural dynamics of fans [46, 47] and the core contents of climate change curating engagement behaviour [31]  ... 
doi:10.3390/su12177038 fatcat:s2gwede3ordabkhwmqrmwo5pau
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