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Acceptability and feasibility in in-house distance learning approaches

Mary Smyth

Acceptability and feasibility in in-house distance learning approaches

the France Telecom experience

by Mary Smyth

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Written in English


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Thesis(M.A.) - University of Surrey, 1996.

StatementMary Smyth.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. Department of Linguistic and International Studies.
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People with cancer receiving care at several cancer care centers in the Chicago area (n=) (Hahn et al., ; Hahn et al., ): nearly all low literacy (97%) and high literacy (98%) patients reported that it was easy or very easy to use the touchscreen. In an E3 exercise of the practice workbook (for Strategic Case Study) there is a request to evaluate the proposed acquisition of a company. Answering it I have used the SAF (Suitability, Acceptability, Feasibility) model, while the suggested answer tells about .

treatment guidance and training for clinicians. We aimed to explore the feasibility and acceptability of an online programme (iBeST) for providing training in a CB approach. Methods: This mixed methods study comprised an individually randomised controlled trial of 35 physiotherapists and an interview study of 8 physiotherapists. Feasibility and acceptability of web-based enhanced relapse prevention for bipolar disorder (ERPonline): Trial protocol Author links open overlay panel F. Lobban a A.L. Dodd a D. Dagnan b P.J. Diggle c d M. Griffiths a B. Hollingsworth e D. Knowles a R. Long a S. Mallinson f R.M. Morriss g R. Parker a A.P. Sawczuk a S. Jones aCited by:

Suitability Acceptability Feasibility Analysis Feasibility studies aim to objectively and rationally uncover the strengths and weaknesses of an existing business or proposed venture, opportunities and threats present in the environment, the resources required to carry through, and ultimately the prospects for success.[1][2] In its simplest terms, the two criteria to judge feasibility are.   Yet this approach has not been tested in an Aboriginal health care setting. Therefore, the aim of this study was to examine the acceptability and feasibility of a health risk questionnaire administered on a touch screen laptop computer for patients attending an Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Service (ACCHS).Cited by:


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Informed by our prior work indicating that therapists do not feel recognized or rewarded for implementation of evidence-based practices, we tested the feasibility and acceptability of two incentive-based implementation strategies that seek to improve therapist adherence to cognitive-behavioral therapy for youth, an evidence-based practice.

This study was conducted over 6 weeks in Cited by: 3. Request PDF | The Acceptability and Feasibility of Implementing an Online Educational Intervention With Nurses in a Provincial Prison Context | Background: Correctional nursing requires a strong.

Determining the Feasibility of an E-Portfolio Application in a Distance Education Teaching Practice Course Kecik, Aydin, Sakar, Dikdere, Aydin, Yuksel, and Caner Vol 13 | No 2 Research Articles April and cognitive benefits for preservice teachers in an early childhood distance.

This paper illustrates how the “person-based approach” [1] can be used to assess and enhance the acceptability and feasibility of an intervention during the earliest stages of development and evaluation, in order to maxi-mise the likelihood of a successful outcome when the intervention is subsequently evaluated in a full feasibility by: The book presents research findings of a case study conducted in the University of Nairobi on the factors, attitudes and issues that influence the teacher adoption of distance : Angie Parker.

There is increasing interest in brief and very brief behaviour change interventions for physical activity as they are potentially scalable to the population level. However, few very brief interventions (VBIs) have been published, and evidence is lacking about their feasibility, acceptability and which ‘active ingredients’ (behaviour change techniques) would maximise their by:   This paper illustrates how the “person-based approach” [] can be used to assess and enhance the acceptability and feasibility of an intervention during the earliest stages of development and evaluation, in order to maximise the likelihood of a successful outcome when the intervention is subsequently evaluated in a full feasibility aim of the person-based approach is to ground Cited by:   Advance care planning (ACP) is a process whereby values and goals are sensitively explored and documented to uphold patients’ wishes should they become incompetent to make decisions in the future.

Evidenced-based, effective approaches are needed. This study sought to assess the feasibility and acceptability of an ACP intervention informed by phase 1 findings and assessed the Cited by: Utility, usability and acceptability: an ergonomic approach to the evaluation of external representations for learning André Tricot Toulouse University for Teachers’ Training Work and Cognition Laboratory, CNRS and University of Toulouse, France Abstract Since the beginning of information and communication technology, many externalFile Size: 85KB.

Source: JOHNSON, G., and SCHOLES, K. ().Exploring Corporate Strategy, Fourth Edition, Prentice Hall, New York.[Chapter 8] A useful way of looking at evaluation criteria is to view them as falling into three categories: suitability, feasibility, and acceptability.

Suitability: One of the prime purposes of strategic analysis is to gain a clear understanding of the organisation and the. This study reports on feasibility and acceptability from 17 studies of psychosocial interventions for schizophrenia in 11 LMIC. The small number of included studies stemming from the original search strategies (17 articles from 14 abstracts reviewed), speaks to the limited nature of Cited by: title = "The feasibility and acceptability of administering a telemedicine objective structured clinical exam as a solution for providing equivalent education to remote and rural learners", abstract = "Introduction: Although many medical schools incorporate distance learning into their curricula, assessing students at a distance can be by: 7.

acceptability of the FS3 and FS4 learning guides as supplementary resources for teacher education students.

Specifically, answers to the following questions were sought: 1) determine the level of acceptability of the learning guides in terms of target competency, learning File Size: KB. This approach allowed the development of a pragmatic intervention for use in a “real-world” setting.

Finally, a further strength was the mixed methods approach, which ensured that the main aim of the study, assessing the feasibility and acceptability of a low-cost intervention, could be demonstrated, and has provided a basis for future Cited by: As a member, you'll also get unlimited access to o lessons in math, English, science, history, and more.

Plus, get practice tests, quizzes, and personalized coaching to help you succeed. Feasibility, acceptability and adaption of dignity therapy: a mixed methods study achieving ° feedback Sandra Stephanie Mai1, Swantje Goebel1, Elisabeth Jentschke2, Birgitt van Oorschot2, Karl-Heinz Renner3 and Martin Weber1* Abstract Background: Dignity Therapy (DT) is a short-term intervention to reduce psychological suffering in end-of Cited by: 5.

Criteria for feasibility, adherence and acceptability. Feasibility, adherence, and acceptability of the educational programs were evaluated according to the following criteria: Feasibility criteria: 1. Acceptable recruitment process. >80% completed questionnaires returned.

Cited by: Safety, acceptability, and feasibility of a single-visit approach to cervical-cancer prevention in rural Thailand: a demonstration project With respect to feasibility of the single-visit approach, about 75% (/) of the women were tested within the first 3 months, probably because of supplemental outreach village education and.

Occupational sitting can be the largest contributor to overall daily sitting time in white-collar workers.

With adverse health effects in adults, intervention strategies to influence sedentary time on a working day are needed. Therefore, the present aim was to examine employees’ and executives’ reflections on occupational sitting and to examine the potential acceptability and feasibility Cited by:   A FEASIBILITY STUDY ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF GRADUATE SCHOOL DISTANCE EDUCATION IN FOUNDATION UNIVERSITY Chapter I.

Background of the Study 1. Introduction of the Study 1. Brief Background of the Study Over the years, we are adapting and continuing to adapt the changes the world is giving us. Design. This paper reports on a feasibility study, including both qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis.

Setting. Five out-patient units were identified to assess the feasibility of surveying diverse health care settings: 2 units were operating in a geographical area within a southern urban region (with a population of inhabitants) and 3 units were operating in a Cited by: 5.The person-based approach involves using mixed methods research to systematically investigate the beliefs, attitudes, needs and situation of the people who will be using the intervention.

The in-depth understanding of users' perspectives derived from this research then enables intervention developers to design or modify the intervention to make. Background: this paper provides three illustrations of how the “person-based approach” can be used to assess and enhance the acceptability and feasibility of an intervention during the early stages of development and evaluation.

The person-based approach involves using mixed methods research to systematically investigate the beliefs, attitudes, needs and situation of the people who will Cited by: