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Informational structures: A dynamical system approach for integrated information.

Integrated Information Theory (IIT) has become nowadays the most sensible general theory of consciousness. In addition to very important statements, it opens the door for an abstract (mathematical) formulation of the theory. Given a mechanism in a particular state, IIT identifies a conscious experience with a conceptual structure, an informational object which exists, is composed of identified parts, is informative, integrated and maximally irreducible. This paper introduces a space-time continuous version ...

Estimating the Pathways of an Antitobacco Campaign.

This study examined mechanisms through which the truth campaign, a national mass media antismoking campaign, influences smoking-related attitudes, and progression of tobacco use over time in youth and young adults.

Testing the Replication and Extension of Why-Quit and How-To-Quit Antismoking Health Messages.

Research on health campaigns and interpersonal communication has seldom examined how campaign message exposure can influence the transmission of campaign-relevant information into interpersonal communication. Specifically, an individual exposed to a campaign message may send the message's core argument (replication) or other campaign-consistent information (extension) to additional campaign targets. Replication and extension may enhance campaign effects because they are expected to extend a campaign's reach...

The Impact of the Image Gently Campaign on CT Use for the Evaluation of Pediatric Nephrolithiasis.

To improve safe imaging among children, the Image Gently Campaign was launched by several radiologic societies in 2007. A goal of the campaign was to reduce ionizing radiation exposure in children. Given the recurrent nature of their disease, children with kidney stones are at risk of unnecessary ionizing radiation exposure from computed tomography (CT). We sought to determine whether the campaign caused a decrease in the utilization of computed tomography (CT) for the evaluation of children with nephrolith...

The Relationship Between Networking, LinkedIn Use, and Retrieving Informational Benefits.

Previous research has shown that users of social network sites designed for professional purposes, such as LinkedIn, report higher professional informational benefits than nonusers. However, this effect could only be partly explained by social media use as there was also a selection effect, such that people who have more informational benefits were more likely to use LinkedIn. The goal of this study was to explore whether differences in networking, defined as a set of behaviors with the aim of building, mai...

Portfolio Analysis on Preeclampsia and Pregnancy-associated Hypertension Research Funded by the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute.

Chronic hypertension and preeclampsia are the most common complications of pregnancy. To clarify the contributions of the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLBI) to the field and identify potential research gaps, we performed portfolio analysis of awards related to preeclampsia and pregnancy-associated hypertension. A list of National Institutes of Health-funded awards between fiscal years 2008-present was obtained through an NIH RePORTER search using the following terms: "preeclampsia" and "pregna...

Health buzz at school: Evaluations of a statewide teen health campaign.

Drawing upon data from the first two years of a statewide school-based buzz-centered health communication campaign that encouraged high school students to adopt healthy behavior, this article finds that the buzz marketing component increased campaign awareness among students in participating schools compared to those in the comparison schools, but there was no significant difference between their health attitudes. Furthermore, attitude toward the campaign mediated the effect of buzz exposure on health attit...

2017 Outstanding Manuscript Awards.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Outstanding Manuscript Awards, as determined by the Editorial Board and the Editors of the Journal of Athletic Training.

The impact of a mass media promotion campaign about youth addiction outpatient clinic visits

By means of a personalized consultation with a professional, the Consultations Jeunes Consommateurs (CJC) provide the opportunity to young people and their family to take stock of the consumption level and a potential addiction. A mass-media promotion campaign of this service was released twice in 2015. This article aims to evaluate the impact of this campaign on the visibility of the CJC among adolescents' parents and on the access to CJC.

The Organization of Specialized Medical Care Support to Victims of Road Traffic Accidents Using the Informational System for Issuing Passports of Traumatological Centers of The Moscow Oblast.

Within the framework of the Moscow Oblast Integrated Medical Informational Analytical System an informational system of issuing passports of traumatological centers was developed. This system permits to implement statistical and economic analysis with the purpose of applying financial modeling of functioning of traumatological centers for the benefit of supporting high quality treatment, prevention of economic losses and decreasing of lethality after road accidents in medical organizations.

Evaluating the Whoops Proof S.C. Campaign: A Pair-Matched Group Pretest-Posttest Quasi-experimental Study.

In South Carolina, 50% of all pregnancies are unintended. Intrauterine devices (IUDs) and the implant are recommended as top-tier contraceptive options for all women and adolescents. The Whoops Proof S.C. campaign was evaluated to determine if women (ages 18 to 29) who do not intend to become pregnant in the next year report greater awareness of and positive regard for IUDs and the implant after exposure to a multi-channel campaign.

Informational Privacy in the Recovery Room-Patients' Perspective.

To describe patients' perceptions of informational privacy and factors promoting it in the recovery room.

Oral cholera vaccine coverage during a preventive door-to-door mass vaccination campaign in Nampula, Mozambique.

In addition to improving water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) measures and optimal case management, the introduction of Oral cholera vaccine (OCV) is a complementary strategy for cholera prevention and control for vulnerable population groups. In October 2016, the Mozambique Ministry of Health implemented a mass vaccination campaign using a two-dose regimen of the Shanchol™ OCV in six high-risk neighborhoods of Nampula city, in Northern Mozambique. Overall 193,403 people were targeted by the campaign, whi...

Evaluation of 'The Father Effect' Media Campaign to Increase Awareness of, and Participation in, an Online Father-Inclusive Parenting Program.

There is substantial evidence that parenting programs are effective in improving parenting and child mental health outcomes. While there is increasing focus on delivering parenting interventions online to increase their reach and dissemination, fathers are underrepresented in all formats of parenting programs. However, research suggests that father participation is important for intervention effectiveness. This study evaluated the effectiveness of a media campaign for increasing awareness of, and participat...

Consumption of salt rich products: impact of the UK reduced salt campaign.

This paper uses a leading UK supermarket's loyalty card database to assess the effectiveness and impact of the 2004 UK reduced salt campaign. We present an econometric analysis of purchase data to assess the effectiveness of the Food Standard Agency's (FSA) 'reduced salt campaign'. We adopt a general approach to determining structural breaks in the time series of purchase data, using unit root tests whereby structural breaks are endogenously determined from the data. We find only limited evidence supporting...

An Interrupted Time Series Evaluation of the Testing Makes Us Stronger HIV Campaign for Black Gay and Bisexual Men in the United States.

Black gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (BMSM) are the subpopulation most disproportionately affected by HIV in the United States. Testing Makes Us Stronger (TMUS), a communication campaign designed to increase HIV testing rates among BMSM ages 18 to 44, was implemented in the United States from December 2011 through September 2015. We used interrupted time series analysis (ITSA) to compare pre- and post-campaign trends in monthly HIV testing events among the priority audience in six of the...

Are we meeting the informational needs of cancer patients and families? Perception of physician communication in pediatric oncology.

High-quality oncology care is marked by skillful communication, yet little is known about patient and family communication perceptions or content preferences. Our study sought to elicit pediatric oncology patient and parent perceptions of early cancer communication to establish whether informational needs were met and identify opportunities for enhanced communication throughout cancer care.

2017 Best Manuscript Awards.

Women in Science Awards.

Antibody Persistence at the Population Level 5 Years After Mass Vaccination With Meningococcal Serogroup A Conjugate Vaccine (PsA-TT) in Burkina Faso: Need for a Booster Campaign?

In Burkina Faso, serogroup A meningococcal (NmA) conjugate vaccine (PsA-TT, MenAfriVac) was introduced through a mass campaign in children and adults in December 2010. Similar to a serological survey in 2011, we followed population-level antibody persistence for 5 years after the campaign and estimated time of return to previously-published pre-vaccination levels.

Greediest players in US healthcare "honoured" in awards.

Developing a needs assessment questionnaire for women of reproductive age following breast cancer treatment: a cross-sectional pilot study in a Romanian sample.

Studies addressing the needs of cancer patients highlight the necessity to identify what types of informational and support needs are specific to women of reproductive age after primary treatment for breast cancer. We developed a questionnaire for evaluating informational and treatment decision, psychological and socio-familial needs in young breast cancer patients following treatment.

Dentist innovation awards open for entries.

Tanner Awards for the Most-Cited Articles of 2015.

Society Awards and Awardees Ian R. Lewis and Bonnie Saylor.

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