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Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing ; 452:82-91, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1888830

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Contact tracing (CT) apps have been rolled out as part of combined efforts to control the COVID-19 pandemic. However, these apps haven’t been download by the totality of the population, with users raising concerns over the usage of data and data protection. This article analyzes how different app providers and data protection levels can affect the willingness to download a COVID-19 contact tracing app between university students, and if there is a difference between students who downloaded and didn’t download the app. Through the usage of a factorial survey experiment (FSE) the paper statistically analyses the data protection and trust (DPT) requirements, using the French COVID-19 CT as a use case. The results show that universities have a positive impact on the trust levels of app providers, while private companies tend to have a negative impact on trust. Subjects also have high expectations on data protection. Our results highlight the importance of data protection and app providers for building trust with users of CT COVID-19 apps. © 2022, The Author(s), under exclusive license to Springer Nature Switzerland AG.

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Estudios del Desarrollo Social: Cuba y America Latina ; 10(Numero Especial 1):129-142, 2022.
Article in Spanish | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1888281

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Science advances at a dizzying pace and professional musical training is not exempt from its contributions and challenges. The new methods and means of teaching are not opposed to the traditional ones, but rather add to these the advantages offered by the new information and communication technologies. It is known that education and music have developed considerably since the new technologies began to relate to them;For this reason, it becomes necessary to incorporate studies on its impact on university musical training. The present investigation was carried out during the period 2017-2018, before the current COVID-19 pandemic, carrying out an analysis of the state in the training of music students at the Santiago de Guayaquil Catholic University, in Ecuador, and its relationship with the information and communication technologies (ICT).

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Chemistry World ; 18(10):64-65, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1888265
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Missouri medicine ; 118(1):45-49, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1888177

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Healthcare providers perform lifesaving work in unusually stressful work environments due to the challenges and related risks of battling the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic. The potential personal and professional toll is substantial. This article describes how one healthcare facility benefited from existing peer support resources to address workforce well-being, ensuring that resources were available to support workforce resilience throughout the protracted COVID response. Copyright 2021 by the Missouri State Medical Association.

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JMIR Mental Health Vol 8(1), 2021, ArtID e23491 ; 8(1), 2021.
Article in English | APA PsycInfo | ID: covidwho-1888131

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Background: University students are experiencing higher levels of distress and mental health disorders than before. In addressing mental health needs, web-based interventions have shown increasing promise in overcoming geographic distances and high student-to-counselor ratios, leading to the potential for wider implementation. The Mindfulness Virtual Community (MVC) program, a web-based program, guided by mindfulness and cognitive behavioral therapy principles, is among efforts aimed at effectively and efficiently reducing symptoms of depression, anxiety, and perceived stress in students. Objective: This study's aim was to evaluate the efficacy of an 8-week MVC program in reducing depression, anxiety, and perceived stress (primary outcomes), and improving mindfulness (secondary outcome) in undergraduate students at a large Canadian university. Guided by two prior randomized controlled trials (RCTs) that each demonstrated efficacy when conducted during regular university operations, this study coincided with a university-wide labor strike. Nonetheless, the students' response to an online mental health program on a disrupted campus can provide useful information for anticipating the impact of other disruptions, including those related to the COVID-19 pandemic as well as future disruptions. Methods: In this parallel-arm RCT, 154 students were randomly allocated to an 8-week MVC intervention (n = 76) or a wait-list control (WLC) condition (n = 78). The MVC intervention included the following: (1) educational and mindfulness video modules, (2) anonymous peer-to-peer discussions, and (3) anonymous, group-based, professionally guided, 20-minute videoconferences. Study outcomes were evaluated at baseline and at 8-week follow-up using the following: Patient Health Questionnaire-9 (PHQ-9), the Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), the Perceived Stress Scale (PSS), and the Five Facets Mindfulness Questionnaire Short Form (FFMQ-SF). Generalized estimation equations with an AR (1) covariance structure were used to evaluate the impact of the intervention, with outcome evaluations performed on both an intention-to-treat (ITT) and per-protocol (PP) basis. Results: Participants (n = 154) included 35 males and 117 females with a mean age of 23.1 years. There were no statistically significant differences at baseline between the MVC and WLC groups on demographics and psychological characteristics, indicating similar demographic and psychological characteristics across the two groups. Results under both ITT and PP approaches indicated that there were no statistically significant between-group differences in PHQ-9 (ITT: beta = -0.44, P = .64;PP: beta = -0.62, P = .053), BAI (ITT: beta = -2.06, P = .31;PP: beta = -2.32, P = .27), and FFMQ-SF (ITT: beta = 1.33, P = .43;PP: beta = 1.44, P = .41) compared to WLC. There was a significant difference for the PSS (ITT: beta = -2.31, P = .03;PP: beta = -2.38, P = .03). Conclusions: During a university labor strike, the MVC program led to statistically significant reductions in PSS compared to the WLC group, but there were no other significant between-group differences. Comparisons with previous cycles of intervention testing, undertaken during nondisrupted university operations, when efficacy was demonstrated, are discussed. (PsycInfo Database Record (c) 2022 APA, all rights reserved)

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Journal of Mental Health Training Education and Practice ; : 14, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1886569

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Purpose This paper aims to identify the risk factors that affect depression in students who sought psychological consultation during lockdown period in the health department at a university in Colombia. Design/methodology/approach The sample consisted of 33 students (12 men and 21 women) with a mean age of 21 +/- 2.5 years during the COVID-19 lockdown in 2020. Convenience sampling was used. The beck depression inventory-II instrument and a sociodemographic questionnaire were used to determine levels of depression and associated risk factors. A Google Form was designed with the respective instruments and sent along with the informed consent by email. Findings The results indicated that the population is characterized by presenting a level of mild (24.2%), moderate (15.2%) and severe (21.2%) depression. Concerning the levels of depression and risk factors, a significant difference was found with a history of violence (p-value = 0.000), mainly during childhood and adolescence, as well as objection to psychological therapy, belonging to a medium-high socioeconomic stratum, lack of family support and recent significant losses coupled with the lockdown because of the pandemic, which increased symptoms of depression and suicidal ideation. Research limitations/implications This research was conducted using Google Forms, which meant that some questionnaires were incomplete. In addition, this study did not count with the full participation of patients who attended psychological consultation. Practical implications Universities should generate programs for early detection of risk factors and prevention of depression in students, which could affect academic performance, school dropout, interpersonal relationships and trigger suicidal ideation. These results can also be applied to reducing family violence, which has increased since the pandemic, by improving students' family dynamics. Originality/value Because of the scarce research on this topic in Latin America, this study contributes to mental health in this population. The university becomes a fundamental scenario in which the ability to help students develop an adequate expression of emotions, positive coping strategies and sense of life as protective factors against depression can be enhanced.

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Journal of Urology ; 207(SUPPL 5):e160, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1886482

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INTRODUCTION AND OBJECTIVE: Spina Bifida (SB) is a congenital spinal defect with multiple urologic manifestations requiring life-long urologic care. Transition to adult health care can be particularly difficult for patients with complex medical issues, especially during COVID-19. Our team created an online educational series for patients with SB to help provide education and community building. Herein, we describe our experience with a virtual SB Education Series and the results of survey-based patient experience through a virtual platform. METHODS: Patients with SB ages 16-24 and their caregivers were identified at a single tertiary academic medical center and were invited to the zoom education day series. Pre and post session surveys were collected, and data analyzed. RESULTS: There were a total of 68 registrations for 4 conferences held between 5/3/20-12/9/20. 24, 24, 21, 36 invitations were sent out before each session and 18,18, 11, 21 patients attended each education session, respectively. A total of 46% (31/68) participants completed the pre-survey and 19% (13/68) completed the post-survey. The survey results can be found in Table 1. Participants were comfortable using telehealth for medical visits (4.87), found them easy (4.69) and would use telehealth for future appointments (4.7). This did not increase significantly after the educational sessions. However, there was a significant increase in patients' comfort of navigating non-emergent medical problems during the COVID-19 pandemic between pre and post-survey results (4.07 vs 5.17, p <0.01). Importantly, participants did not feel that they lost the ability to connect with other individuals during the pandemic (4.45) and were strongly in favor of attending future conferences. CONCLUSIONS: This program aimed to reach patients with SB who were transitioning from pediatric to adult urology. Attendance increased with higher volume of direct outreach of patients in the adult and pediatric SB clinics. Importantly, by engaging in online educational series, participants became more comfortable managing non-emergent urologic issues. Transitional urology patients with SB can benefit from online educational sessions and this platform was well received. Future directions will be to increase participants and determine the effectiveness of video educational session on participants' access to care.

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The International Journal of Management Education ; : 100678, 2022.
Article in English | ScienceDirect | ID: covidwho-1885827

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The global COVID-19 pandemic that commenced in 2019 and the resulting prolonged social distancing have converted numerous universities' offline courses to online ones. In South Korea, which is facing a low birth rate and a decrease in school-age population, university students of Generation Z have actioned lawsuits to pursue tuition refunds and have raised the issue of the low quality of university courses through social media. This research establishes research problems of the relationship between student satisfaction with online courses and influencing factors and the relationship between their satisfaction and continual use of the course system. This research obtained a sample of 123 undergraduate students majoring in management. This study implemented questionnaire with the sample and utilized the analysis of generalized structural equation modelling (GSEM). The study found that students' feelings about instructors' useful interaction (feedback) with them and their preference for online courses positively affected their satisfaction with those courses. Satisfaction also exerted a positive effect on their course recommendation to others. The implications of this finding are that instructors and universities need to enhance course quality and the students’ satisfaction level with online courses in a highly competitive where private educational services (e.g., massive open online courses [MOOC], Youtube) are offered and the number of new students is decreasing.

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Gastrointestinal Endoscopy ; 95(6):AB134, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1885783

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DDW 2022 Author Disclosures: Armin Parsi: NO financial relationship with a commercial interest ;QiQi Zhou: NO financial relationship with a commercial interest ;G. Nicholas Verne: NO financial relationship with a commercial interest Background: The COVID-19 pandemic required postponement of many elective gastrointestinal (GI) endoscopic procedures. With the pandemic now in control, the number of patients requiring GI endoscopic procedures has steadily increased. This increasing demand combined with a shortage of qualified support staff in the aftermath of the pandemic has made efficiency-improvement in endoscopy centers an increasingly important topic for academic medical centers. Aim: To determine strategies to enhance efficiency in an academic tertiary-care endoscopy unit. The overall goal was to decrease physician down-time and maximize the use of support staff and nurses without adversely impacting the patient or provider experience. Methods: We introduced a new metric, inter-procedure time, defined as the elapsed time between endoscope removal from one patient and endoscope insertion into the next patient, as the metric of choice to measure and track improvements in efficiency. This metric not only accounts for the time spent for room turnover but also other factors that may delay initiation of the subsequent procedure while the patient is already in the endoscopy room. In an ongoing prospective quality-improvement project, we initiated a 3-pronged intervention strategy: 1) employed a “one- endoscopist-two-room” model, 2) improved nonphysician staff utilization by having a nurse rotating between two endoscopy rooms, and 3) instituted clear communication of when a procedure was close to completion in order to begin the room turnover process. Results: The inter-procedure times were prospectively measured for 100 consecutive patients presenting for elective outpatient endoscopy before the intervention and 66 consecutive patients after the intervention. Patient demographics, severity of comorbidities, and the type of endoscopic procedures did not differ between the two groups. Before the intervention, the average inter-procedure time was 36.7±21min while after the intervention the average inter- procedure time decreased to 17±9.7 min(p< 0.001). After the intervention, the number of endoscopic procedures performed per day increased by 32% without any change in the number of endoscopists or support staff. Conclusions: 1. Strategies such as one-endoscopist-two-room model, improving nonphysician staff utilization, and improved communication between providers can significantly enhance efficiency of endoscopy units without increasing costs. 2. Decreasing inter-procedure time is directly associated with increasing endoscopy unit output. Interprocedure time is therefore an appropriate metric for measuring and tracking efficiency in endoscopy units. 3. Further studies are needed to assess sustainability of these improvements in the long term. (No Image Selected)

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Cities ; 128:103813, 2022.
Article in English | ScienceDirect | ID: covidwho-1885692

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Cities with integrated university campuses can become dependent on their student population to function properly. Restrictions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic put a temporary halt to the presence of the student population in some cities. The current study explores this short-term paradigm shift on the relationship between three higher education institutes and their host cities in the northern part of Cyprus. The analysis uses the spatial distribution of Twitter feeds in the academic semester before the pandemic as the baseline and makes a comparison with the following semesters when the education was mostly done via online remote platforms. The findings indicate a rapid decline in diversity and granulation of urban activities among students during the pandemic. This, in turn, is shown to impact the commercial zones of the host cities, shifting many leisure activities farther from the city. Furthermore, the degree of spatial integration between the urban fabrics and the campuses is shown to be influential in rendering emerging equilibrium when facing a crisis that restricts mobility.

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African Journal of Library Archives and Information Science ; 32(1):81-95, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1885170

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Students who receive literacy training tied to real-life assignments show greater improvement in literacy scores. The significance of this study revolves round the prominent role accorded social media in academic community for research, teaching and learning. In spite of the benefits associated with the use of social media for academic purposes, it is observed that many students, teachers/lecturers have not been fully exploring these advantages to improve the academic performance. The study investigated the awareness, access and social media challenges encountered by postgraduate students of Information Studies, University of KwaZulu-Natal (UKZN(during the lockdown caused by COVID-19 pandemics. The study employed a quantitative research design in form of an online questionnaire, using Google Forms. Fifty-five post-graduate students were sampled, of which 51 participated, giving a response rate of 93%. The findings revealed (Facebook, Instagram, Zoom, Twitter and WhatsApp) as major (100%) types of social media available for post graduate students for their academic purpose. The findings further revealed smartphone as a major tool for accessing social media by the respondents (96%), and the major challenges restraining students from effectively utilising social media for academic activities. The study underscores the importance of social media in academic environment and offers some recommendations that could lead to more informed and effective use of social media for academic purposes.

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Retos-Nuevas Tendencias En Educacion Fisica Deporte Y Recreacion ; - (45):1019-1030, 2022.
Article in Spanish | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1885127

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Objective: To verify the association between the levels of physical activity, sedentary lifestyle and the presence of back pain in nutrition and dietetics students from a private university. Methods: Analytical cross-sectional study, the population were students of nutrition and dietetics. Adults with at least one semester of studies were included. Back pain was evaluated using the Nordic standardized Kourinka questionnaire, physical activity and sedentary behavior using the International Physical Activity Questionnaire short version. Controlling for sex, age, cycle, hours spent studying, practicing physical activity and qualified athlete status. The instruments were applied using virtual format. Results: 108 participants of both sexes were analyzed. The students carry out an average of 4.6 hours of study per day outside the virtual classes received, 74.1% were physically active and 74% sit for more than eight hours a day. 65.7% refer to having suffered from back pain and the associated factors are the hours of study per day (RPa = 1,088), the average sitting hours per day (RPa = 1,047), as well as accumulating more than 8 hours sitting a day has an RPa = 1,372 compared to that they accumulate less than eight hours sitting daily. Conclusions: sedentary behavior and especially the hours of study outside the class carried out by nutrition and dietetic students are directly related to back pain, thus greater sedentary behavior increases the probability of suffering from back pain.

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Int J Environ Res Public Health ; 19(12)2022 Jun 10.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1887196

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The health and economic consequences of seasonal influenza present great costs to communities. Promoting voluntary uptake of the seasonal influenza vaccine among university students, particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic, can deliver protective effects for both individuals and the wider community. Vaccine uptake will be greatest when more of the social marketing benchmarks are applied. This systematic review summarizes evidence from programs aiming to increase seasonal influenza vaccination among university students. Six major electronic databases for health promotion studies (PubMed, EBSCO, ProQuest, Ovid, Web of Science, and ScienceDirect) were searched in November 2021 to capture peer-reviewed studies reporting field trials that have sought to increase seasonal influenza vaccination in university student populations, without any restrictions regarding the publication period. Following PRISMA guidelines, this paper identified 12 peer-reviewed studies that were conducted in the field in the United States, Australia, and Spain. Three studies were targeted at healthcare students and the rest focused on wider university student populations. Studies were narratively summarized, evidence of social marketing principles were identified, and quantitative outcomes were meta-analyzed. The findings indicate that none of the field studies, even a self-classified social marketing study, had adopted all eight of the social marketing benchmarks in program design and implementation. The two studies that only used promotion, but not other marketing-mix and social marketing principles, reported increases in students' intention to be vaccinated but not actual behavior. Given that change is more likely when more social benchmarks are applied, this paper identifies activities that can be included in flu vaccine programs to improve flu vaccine uptake rates. The analysis highlights a lack of field studies focusing on increasing rates of vaccination behavior as research outcomes in countries beyond the United States.


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COVID-19 , Influenza Vaccines , Influenza, Human , Humans , Influenza, Human/epidemiology , Influenza, Human/prevention & control , Pandemics/prevention & control , Seasons , Social Marketing , Students , Universities , Vaccination
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Adv Med Educ Pract ; 13: 609-617, 2022.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-1887046

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Background: The Coronavirus pandemic has affected educational systems worldwide, leading to the widespread closure of schools in the affected countries with a phased reopening over time. The objective of this study was to determine the uptake, barriers, and determinants of e-learning among university students in Uganda and Nigeria following the COVID-19 disruption in 2020. Methodology: A total of 240 respondents comprising University students participated in this survey. It was a cross-sectional descriptive study using a self-administered structured online questionnaire using Google documents. Data were analyzed using IBM SPSS v.21 with statistical significance set at p<0.05. Results: The modal age group was 21-25 years at 128 (53.3%) participants, uptake of e-learning was 159 (66.3%). The majority of respondents used a smartphone (98.8%) for the internet, with WhatsApp platform (63.7%) as the most frequently used for e-learning. Barriers to e-learning, as self-reported by respondents, were the cost of internet services (82.1%), internet inaccessibility (68.8%), lack of institutional support (47.1%), and lack of training (40.8%). Determinants of e-learning were age (p<0.001) and sex (p=0.026). Conclusion: Two thirds of the university students had ever been taught online before the lockdown. Barriers to e-learning were mainly the cost of internet services and internet inaccessibility. Age and sex of respondents were determinants of e-learning use among University students. It is recommended that students be trained and facilitated by the Universities to adopt e-learning effectively. Governments in sub-Saharan Africa and the relevant sectors in the economy should improve the ICT infrastructure, internet accessibility, and facilitate reduction in the cost of services.

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Revue Medicale Suisse ; 17(737):866-870, 2021.
Article in French | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1885075

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Before a trip, a screening for SARS-CoV-2 infection by RT-PCR is often required and raises the problem of detection of residual viral RNA at distance from the acute infection (post-Covid). At the University Hospital of Geneva, we developed an expertise to distinguish acute from post-Covid infections. Between October and December 2020, 30% of the people tested positive were able to travel because the result corresponded to post-Covid and 65% were put in isolation because of an acute infection with a risk of transmission. To overcome the detection of residual viral RNA by RT-PCR, a rapid antigenic test would be an interesting and less expensive alternative. It could also be performed a few hours before departure.

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Pedagogika-Pedagogy ; 94(4):485-500, 2022.
Article in Bulgarian | Web of Science Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1885037

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The article represents the current pedagogical problem of building human relationships that foreign students face in Bulgarian second language acquisition for medical purposes in the conditions of Covid-19 and social distancing. A number of observed problems in the context of e-learning are analyzed. Special attention is paid to various aspects of academic communication with foreign medical students during the pandemic. Specific examples which can be used to prove that the usage of digital devices and content over a long period of time exacerbates the deficit of personal contacts and adds specific challenges to the multi- subject interaction: teacher - student - patient are given. The article outlines methodological ideas and tasks used in the distance learning environment in order to form both human e algorithms in the professional behavior of future medical professionals from other countries and skills for ethical communication in the healthcare.

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Pedagogika-Pedagogy ; 94(3):41-48, 2022.
Article in English | English Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1885033

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The article analyzes new methods and innovative approaches to the implementation of education in digital format, which are actively being introduced in higher educational institutions. The scientific work is based on the method of theoretical analysis of research of the universities of the Republic of Kazakhstan. New methods and innovative approaches to the implementation of education in digital format have been identified and are being actively implemented by higher educational institutions. In general, this study shows that Kazakh universities are adapting to distance education with certain difficulties. Despite sais difficulties that the pandemic has presented in the field of education, it is important to emphasize the possibilities of distance learning.

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Pedagogika-Pedagogy ; 94(3):13-24, 2022.
Article in English | English Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1885030

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The article presents a case study of digital transformation at Sofia University "St. Kliment Ohridski", Bulgaria, catalyzed by COVID-19 pandemic. First, it summarizes challenges related to education and research, administrative processes, regulations, and culture from different perspectives - management of the university, professors and students. Next, the paper presents solutions, implemented as the answers of the challenges in order for transformation to happen in technological and non-technological directions. In the discussion section, we discuss the choices made to realize the digital transformation at Sofia University and the reasons behind them. In the final part of the paper, we conclude summarizing the main point of our case study and present expectations and perspectives for the future.

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Pakistan Journal of Medical and Health Sciences ; 16(4):720-723, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1885025

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Purpose: The aim of this study is to compare the anxiety of catching the corona virus of game and combat athletes. Methods: A total of 351 university student athletes were asked to fill in the "Anxiety of catching the Corona virus" scale developed by Demir et al., (2020). Independent t-test and one-way Anova tests were used for statistical differences. Conclusion: The difference between the total scale scores of individual anxiety and anxiety of catching a new type of corona virus according to gender was statistically significant (p<0.05). The difference in social anxiety sub-dimension scores according to gender was not statistically significant (p>0.05). A statistically significant difference was found in the anxiety of catching coronavirus 19 according to the students' game and combat sports (p<0.001). The anxiety of catching the corona virus is different for students who play games and fight sports. It has been determined that while the anxiety of catching corona virus 19 in university students who play games and combat sports varies according to gender and the type of sport they do, it is similar according to the sports age category. Students are moderately concerned about contracting coronavirus 19. The fact that the students who do combat sports have a higher level of anxiety than the students who play sports may be due to the close contact of the sports they are doing. In sports that require close contact, it can be recommended to use more mascots instead of paired exercises.

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Social Inclusion ; 10(2):185-194, 2022.
Article in English | English Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1884798

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During the lockdown measures put in place at the time of the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic in Spain (March through June 2020), LGBTQ+ youth lived through a particularly stressful situation that has so far received little attention. Confined in homes that are often hostile to their sexuality, struggling with the transition to online classes, they reached out to Internet social networks to obtain the support most of them lack in person. This article explores the role of technology for LGBTQ+ youth during a period when the educational environment was not supportive of students' sexuality and identity needs. The research assesses correlations between the use of online social networks and the perceptions of support received from others (using the concepts of social support, thwarted belongingness and burdensomeness, and cohabitation in their homes). The study involves a sample of 445 Spanish participants aged 13 to 21. A descriptive multivariate analysis of variance and bivariate correlations was performed. We found that social networks were very important for LGBTQ+ youth during the pandemic, helping them to explore their identities, but could also be a source of violence. In this regard, while trans and nonbinary youth's use of social networks to contact acquaintances show important differences when compared to that of gays, lesbians, and bisexuals, the former group also experiences more violence coming from these networks, finds less social support through them, and feels a stronger sense of burdensomeness in relation to them. Additionally, they were often living with people other than family members during the lockdown. This data suggests the need to offer specific support and online services for LGBTQ+ youth, particularly for trans and nonbinary youth.

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