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Pediatric Blood & Cancer ; JOUR:S416-S416, 69.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2084142
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Pediatric Blood & Cancer ; JOUR:S380-S380, 69.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-2084141
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BMC Med Educ ; 22(1): 696, 2022 Sep 29.
Article in English | MEDLINE | ID: covidwho-2053898

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BACKGROUND: Physicians' behavior may unknowingly be impacted by prejudice and thereby contribute to healthcare inequities. Despite increasingly robust data demonstrating physician implicit bias (The Office of Minority Health. Minority Population Profiles, 2021; COVID-19 Shines Light on Health Disparities, National Conference of State Legislatures 2021), the evidence behind how to change this with training programs remains unclear. This scoping review therefore reports on the implementation, outcomes, and characteristics of post-graduate physician implicit bias curricula. METHODS: The authors conducted a literature review using scoping review methodology. They searched 7 databases in February and November 2020 for English-language academic and gray literature on implicit bias curricula for physicians at all levels of post-graduate training. Ten reviewers screened studies for eligibility independently, then extracted data from these studies and compiled it into a chart and analytical summary. RESULTS: Of the 4,599 articles screened, this review identified 90 articles on implicit bias interventions for post-graduate physicians. Inductive data analysis revealed a spectrum of educational approaches, which were categorized int o 4 educational models called Competence, Skills-Based, Social Contact, and Critical Models. The most commonly reported strength was the interactive nature of the curricula (26%), and the most frequently identified challenges were related to time and resources available (53%). Half of the interventions discussed facilitator preparation, and the majority (62%) evaluated outcomes using pre and post self-assessments. CONCLUSIONS: This review provides a comprehensive synthesis of the literature on physician implicit bias curricula. It is our goal that this supports medical educators in applying and improving aspects of these interventions in their own programs.


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COVID-19 , Physicians , Bias, Implicit , COVID-19/epidemiology , Curriculum , Humans , Models, Educational
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NeuroQuantology ; 20(10):5200-5206, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2033484

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India is facing learning crisis as close to 5 crore children in elementary school, lacks numeracy and literacy skills mentioned in draft NEP, 2019.ASER (2021) reported that COVID 2019 has worsen the situation, as only 10 per cent of the kids studying grade III to V in government schools can solve a subtraction problem. National Curriculum Frameworks, time to time has expressed the need to bring changes in the areas of teaching, learning and assessment for qualitative improvement in the school education system in India.If we want to bridge the learning gap, we need to provide the suitable interventions. For that purpose, we need to know where students are on the skill continuum and specifically the learning areas which need attention. Traditional pen paper test or examination is designed to test their knowledge on the bases of content, not on competence. This paper endeavors to construct standardized a simple, cost effective and easy to administer screening assessment toolkit to check the competence based numeracy skills for grade three. Final draft of the toolkit is comprised of 9 items. Reliability of the toolkit was found by test re-test method and it was .89. Content validity and construct validity of the toolkit was also established.

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Cardiovascular Revascularization Medicine ; 40:111, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1996055

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Background: Treatment of symptomatic mitral valve stenosis in severe mitral annular calcification is a surgical challenge. Transcatheter options include transfemoral transcatheter mitral valve replacement (TMVR), which poses its own risks, the most significant is left ventricular outflow tract (LVOT) obstruction. Transatrial hybrid TMVR optimizes advantages of both traditional open-heart surgery and transcatheter valve replacement. Methods: Retrospective review of seven high-risk patients (deemed ineligible for traditional surgery) undergoing transatrial implantation of a SAPIEN 3 valve (Edwards Lifesciences, Irvine, CA) in the mitral position for severe symptomatic mitral stenosis. Laceration of the Anterior Mitral leaflets to Prevent Outflow ObstructioN procedure was not considered due to heavy leaflet calcifications. Results: Seven patients treated consecutively from June 2020 to July 2021 were included in this analysis. Mean age was 77 years;six were females, one was male. Average STS score was 9.8. Three patients had New York Heart Association (NYHA) class IV heart failure. Mean left ventricular ejection fraction was 62%. Dominant mitral valve pathology included mitral stenosis in all patients. Mean mitral valve gradient was 12 mmHg. All patients had circumferential annular calcification except one, who had predominantly anterior calcification. All patients received the Edwards SAPIEN 3 valve and had anterior leaflet resection. Surgical approach was at the discretion of the attending cardiac surgeon. Mean cardiopulmonary bypass time was 85 minutes;mean cross-clamp time was 36 minutes. No anchoring felt was used. Technical success was 100%, with no device embolization. There was no clinically significant LVOT obstruction. There were two deaths: one occurred during index hospitalization due to worsening heart failure secondary to torrential tricuspid regurgitation, and the second was 2 months later due to COVID-19 infection. Conclusion: Surgical hybrid transatrial TMVR for patients at high surgical risk is technically feasible with high procedure success. A relatively shorter cardiac ischemic duration, direct visualization and resection of the anterior mitral leaflet can allow for safe TMVR without risk of LVOT obstruction.

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Cancer Research ; 82(12), 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1986510

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Introduction: Current SARS-CoV-2 vaccines are effective at preventing COVID-19 or limiting disease severity in healthy individuals, but effectiveness is lower among patients with cancer or immunosuppression. Vaccine effectiveness wanes with time and varies by vaccine type. Moreover, current vaccines are based on the ancestral SARS-CoV-2 spike protein sequence, and emerging viral variants evade vaccine induced immunity. Booster doses partially overcome these issues, but there are limited clinical data on the durability of protection afforded by boosters - especially against SARS-CoV-2 variants. Methods: Here we describe a mechanistic mathematical model for vaccination-induced immunity in patients with cancer and use it to predict vaccine effectiveness taking into account current and possible future viral, host and vaccine characteristics. Crucially, this allows predictions over time frames currently not reported in the clinical literature. The model incorporates the infection of lung epithelium by SARS-CoV-2, the response of innate and adaptive immune cells to infection, the production of pro-and anti-inflammatory cytokines, the activation of the coagulation cascade. The model further accounts for the interactions between the virus, immune cells and tumor cells as well as for vaccination-induced immunity and anti-cancer therapies. Results: Model predictions were validated with available clinical data. The model predicts that for healthy individuals vaccinated and boosted with mRNA-1273, BNT-162b2a, and Ad26.COV2.S, robust immunogenicity against the ancestral and delta variant extends beyond a year. Immunogenicity is enhanced following booster vaccination in patients with cancer on various anti-cancer therapies and for patients without cancer on immunosuppressive agents. However, our model predicts that more than one booster dose will be required for patients with cancer, or on immunosuppression, to maintain protective immunity against current and hypothetical future variants. SARS-CoV2 variants with enhanced binding to target cells, reduced affinity for vaccine-generated antibodies or reduced immunogenicity resulted in lower antibody levels and more severe disease compared with variants with enhanced viral replication or internalization rates. Conclusion: For patients with cancer and immunosuppressed individuals, SARS-CoV2 variants with enhanced ability to bind to target cells, altered antibody affinity or reduced immunogenicity could lead to breakthrough infections even after a single booster dose. Our mathematical model is useful for anticipating and planning future vaccinations in patients with cancer.

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International Journal of Pharmaceutical Research and Allied Sciences ; 11(3):71-80, 2022.
Article in English | Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1980024

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Preventive measures are the best cure for any disease as they reduce the infection rate. Preventive measures are affected by knowledge, attitudes, and practices towards the disease. Therefore, this study aimed to assess the awareness, perceived risk, and protective behavior toward COVID-19 among undergraduate students of the Delhi and National Capital Region, India. An online questionnaire-based random survey was conducted amongst 605 undergraduate students to assess the demographic characteristics of participants, their level of awareness, perceived risk, and protective behavior regarding COVID-19. The overall awareness, perceived risk, and protective behavior for COVID-19 were found high in undergraduate students (0.000***,0.000***,0.000***). When variable (Gender, area of living, and subject studies) based analysis was performed among participants, a non-statistical significance difference was observed in total awareness among them (p>0.05) towards COVID-19 (p=0.996, 0.121, 0.937). Whereas Female, urban, and science participants were found to perceive the risk for COVID-19 more accurately in comparison to male, rural and non-science participants in total perceive risk analysis (p= 0.016**, 0.035**, 0.036**). However, urban participants showed more Total protective behavior as compared to the rural participants (p=0.048**) and there was no statistical significance difference in protective behavior in terms of Male/Female and Science/ non-science participants (p=0.189, 0.100). These findings will contribute to the continued regional/ global efforts to better understand preventive crisis response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This study emphasizes the need for conducting periodic webinars for educational intervention for all college students which could be useful to create more awareness.

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Journal of Hypertension ; 40:e170-e171, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1937713

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Objective: The patient was a 61-year-old woman who typically underwent mitral valve replacement and tricuspid valve repair in 2011. During these years, she underwent an annual checkup and experienced no particular problems. The potential patient contracted Covid 19 a month ago and underwent conservative treatment. The patient displayed no specific symptoms, no fever, and her Covid 19 disease was mild. In the accompanying echocardiography, we notice a lump on the atrial surface of the Tricuspid valve that we instantly suspect of local vegetation or heart mass. As a result, we admitted the patient to resume the examination. Design and method: Multi-slice (16) spiral thoracic CT scan: Sternotomy and MVR are seen. Cardiomegaly is evident. Patchy peripheral ground-glass opacities are seen bilaterally, suggesting covid-19 pneumonia;correlation with clinical and paraclinical data is recommended. Degenerative changes are perceived in the thoracic spine. There is no pleural effusion. Blood cultures and urinary trachea were requested to diagnose endocarditis, and she was also asked to have an esophageal echocardiogram. The antibiotic Meropenem 500 was started three times a day with vancomycin 1 gram twice a day for prophylaxis. After these examinations, the mass diagnosis was rejected as the image of vegetation on echocardiography did not found echogenicity similar to cardiac tissue and was denser. Consequently, we diagnosed vegetation. According to the negative culture results, and the patient had no symptoms (chills, heart pain), this patient's diagnosis of an immunological reaction caused by Covid disease was made. Libman -sacks endocarditis is a type of sterile nonbacterial thrombotic endocarditis (NBTE) secondary to inflammation. Results: In this rare case, the vital point is that immunological reaction after covid can give rise to vegetation on the heart artificial valve and can be typically established with endocarditis. Covid can cause libman sac endocarditis, then we consider patients with heart disease maybe get limban sac or other forms of immunological reaction after covid virus. Conclusions: Concerning the explicit rejection of all the causes, the patient was diagnosed correctly with limb sac endocarditis. She underwent anticoagulant therapy and corticosteroid therapy accordingly and was recovered fully.

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Journal of Hypertension ; 40:e170, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1937712

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Objective: The patient was a 59-year-old man who was referred to the hospital due to shortness of breath due to increased activity, accompanied by cough, weakness, and lethargy. The patient also had a history of diabetes, hypertension, hyperlipidemia, and asthma. The patient also underwent cardiac stenting last year. LCX and LAD stenting Design and method: He had a continuous pan-systolic murmur on cardiac examination diagnosed with valvular dysfunction. Severe aortic regurgitation was reported on echo. The patient underwent a CT scan of the lungs and a PCR test to rule out Covid-19, which was negative. Finally, the patient was diagnosed with severe aortic regurgitation and underwent aortic valve replacement surgery. Echocardiography was performed before the operation, and the diagnosis was confirmed. Results: Echocardiography was performed postoperatively, which showed good valve function and no valve leakage. From the 5th day after the operation, the patient developed fever and increased leukocytosis. Suspected of having Covid19 and accordingly underwent PCR test, the test result was positive;the patient underwent a CT scan of the lungs. After that, he was transferred to the corona ICU. The patient was treated with Remdesivir, and after two weeks, his PCR was negative, and he was almost ready to be discharged. The patient had completed the entire course of treatment and developed pulmonary fibrosis due to Covid disease, but suddenly, after two weeks from the onset of the illness, she developed severe shortness of breath, which led to intubation. We find severe pulmonary fibrosis in the re-CT scan, especially in the left lung, where the entire left lung had fibrosis. Prednisolone was started at a dose of 50 mg three times a day. The patient was intubated for ten days, then gradually removed from the device. Now the patient is extubated and ready for discharge. Conclusions: Risk factors such as Past cardiac surgery and present cardiac intervention with diabetes mellitus increase the risk of developing lung failure in these Covid19 patients. Elective intubation is better than emergency intubation in patients with comorbidities. Corticosteroids can be effective in treating pulmonary insufficiency.

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6th International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Control Systems, ICICCS 2022 ; : 1003-1008, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1922676

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, face masks detection has become a critical responsibility. Since the pandemic is still ongoing, and workplaces are opening up it is absolutely necessary that all COVID-19 rules & regulations issued by the government which require all employees in a workplace to wear a face mask to be followed. In order to enforce this rule with severity a face mask detection system can be set up in the workplace. This is achieved with the help of artificial intelligence models, face recognition based neural network and transfer learning approach. Once the model is developed it will be integrated with an application which will keep reminding the employee to wear a mask and also keep records and track of the times the employee was liable to pay a penalty. © 2022 IEEE.

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8th International Conference on Advanced Computing and Communication Systems, ICACCS 2022 ; : 1550-1553, 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1922643

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In the recent times, digital financial services have seen exponential growth with expanded opportunities to individuals, especially women. In 2020, more than 240 million women, as compared to data of the year 2014, have a bank account and access to mobile payment services. However, compared to men, women are more likely to be poor and have less participation in the formal economy. They mostly find jobs in the informal economy. Therefore, there is a need to support women's financial status by providing them with appropriate infrastructure and resources and removing barriers to digital financial inclusion. In addition, the policymakers need to address the challenges in access to financial services for women, different laws and regulations, and limited access to technology. The study explores the challenges to women's access to online banking and policy options to strengthen women's participation in digital financial services. © 2022 IEEE.

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Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry ; 56(SUPPL 1):177, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1916595

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Background: Thoughts of suicide and self-harm among healthcare workers are an important concern for healthcare workers, their families and the patients they serve. Objectives: To identify risk factors for thoughts of suicide or self-harm, and predictors of help-seeking, among healthcare workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Methods: Analysis of data from the Australian COVID-19 Frontline Healthcare Workers Study, a large national online survey of healthcare workers during the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia. Findings: Overall, 819 of 7795 (10.5%) healthcare workers reported occasional or frequent thoughts of suicide or self-harm during a 2-week period. Odds were higher among healthcare workers who were male, younger and living alone, and among those with poor physical health, prior mental health (MH) conditions, increased income worries, increased alcohol use or who had friends or family members infected with COVID-19. Having dependent children was protective. Fewer than half of the healthcare workers who reported thoughts of suicide or self-harm sought professional support. The odds of help-seeking were lower among men than women, and lower among emergency department workers than those in community or primary care. Healthcare workers with thoughts of suicide or self-harm were more likely to seek support if they were younger or had prior MH concerns. Conclusion: More than 1 in 10 healthcare workers had thoughts of suicide or self-harm during the second wave of the pandemic in Australia, with certain groups more vulnerable. Low rates of help-seeking highlight ongoing barriers to healthcare workers receiving MH care, which must be urgently addressed.

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Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice ; 186, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1894932

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Background: SARS-CoV-2 may present with symptoms, coughing, fever, weakness, and breathlessness. Other common symptoms are discoloring skin, rashes or toes color changes, swelling, present with pain, and some individuals without pain. Some researchers think that these rashes are due to respiratory tract infection, which invades the peripheral skin. It has no relation with the Raynaud phenomena because of the periphery's coldness, stress, or ischemia and low blood supply to a region affected. Aim: No all the Patients with Covid-19 toes are favorable for the Covid-19 testing, and some develop covid-19 toes after the symptoms of covid-19 have subsided;therefore, it grows in the different stages of covid-19 infection and not necessarily reflected inactive phases of the covid-19 disease. On the other hand, many patients with Covid-19 toes do not have severe symptoms but mild congestion and fever at a younger age, leading to kolviras et al. to propose a mechanism for antiviral response mediated by more immature immune cells. Method: The Covid-19 toe primarily presents moderate to severe levels in half of the cases, which show damage to vessels and leaking of blood, which directly links to inflammation. However, even when inflammation was mild, there was evidence of damage to the vasculature and leaking. We do not know much about the cause of Covid-19 toe. Still, some researchers suggested coagulation pathways and various interferons might be responsible. Others say viral particles may lead to immune cells proliferating and cause the bursting of covid-19 toes. The findings of SARS-CoV-2 on endothelial cells of a skin lesion by immunohistochemistry show the pathophysiology of COVID-19. Results: Patient-reported on 20 July 2020 developed mild symptoms of Covid-19 with mild fever, dry cough, smell loss nearly wholly, and headache for four days;RTPCR for SARS-CoV-2%25 were positive. The patient had a history of diabetes for 10 years, without hypertension, or any chronic disease. Pt received Vavipiravir 3.6 gm in 14 days, Ivermectin 12 mg once a day for five days, along with VitD3 60,000 IU, Doxycycline for seven days. After three days of starting antiviral drugs favipiravir, the symptoms were relieved, and fever subsided after five days. Patients developed reddish discoloration of great right toes after one month of symptoms with involvement of almost two-thirds of the toe with no pain or any pus formation (fig 1). It took eleven months to grow a new nail and replace most dark red discoloration, still, a broken nail at the upper margin. [Formula presented] Discussion: It's not a common manifestation of covid-19 infection. It may last from weeks to months, and some may not require treatment except for some with topical steroids. In this patient involvement of a single toe started after one month of infection and partial recovery of new growth of nail took 11 months which shows even in mild covid19 infection peripheral vascular complication may manifest after the infection subsided and may continue even after one year of post covid19. Therefore we need to keep watch and screen all the post covid19 patients.

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American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine ; 205:1, 2022.
Article in English | English Web of Science | ID: covidwho-1880318
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International Journal of Pharmaceutical and Clinical Research ; 14(5):117-123, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1880253

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Background: The clinical presentation of Covid-19 positive person can range from asymptomatic to severe pneumonia with acute respiratory diseases. The major impact of Covid-19 is identified on respiratory system of the human and leading to death. There are different types of treatment options available for managing the health of the people but first was remdesivir that approved by the FDA. The dexamethasone has been associated with decreased mortality in recovery of the medicine trail. Apart from this, the major benefits of interleukin 6 antagonists are still subject of debate as tocilizumab FDA approved the interleukin 6 for treatment considering the side effects too. Aim: The study aims to assess the role of tocilizumab with or without remdesivir in COVID-19 diabetic patients Method: The current study is retrospective, single centered, observational cohort and based on the patients who were diagnosed with Covid-19 considering the PCR test and hospitalized at ESI Chitrakoot Nagar, Udaipur under RNT Medical College, Udaipur from October-20 to December-21. The study has involved the patients who were 18 years and older and had the clinical association with diabetes mellitus. Moreover, the respiratory findings also defined as infiltrates, SPO2 < 93% on room air and requirements of respiratory assistance. For the current study, the data was collected related to demographics, co-morbidities, symptom, oxygen support category, laboratory values and outcome of the therapies. The level of oxygen support was analyzed considering the ACTT-1. Results: There were total of 127 patients considered for analyzing the role of tocilizumab with or without remdesivir in COVID-19 diabetic patients. The group 1 is involving the 54 patients and group 2 has 73 covid-19 patients. According to the outcome of the analysis, the mean age of both groups were 62 and 64 years for group 1 and 2. There was significant difference identified for respiratory support received by the patients and obesity, COPD and CVD. However, there was no significant difference found for diabetes patients as the P value was more than 0.05. As per the outcome of the study focusing on the Chi Square, most of the variables have shown significant difference but Remdesivir, and low vitamin D levels have shown the no significant difference Conclusion: From the analysis, it has been concluded that the combinations of tocilizumab and remdesivir did not have any significant difference in mortality but the patients who recovered from the covid-19 has influenced with diabetic issues. The improvement in practice and advancement in laboratory trail has helped to improve the effectiveness of these treatment options.

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Diabetes research and clinical practice ; 186:109342-109342, 2022.
Article in English | EuropePMC | ID: covidwho-1877015
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Antimicrobial Stewardship and Healthcare Epidemiology ; 2(1), 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1860208

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Objective: The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has required healthcare systems and hospitals to rapidly modify standard practice, including antimicrobial stewardship services. Our study examines the impact of COVID-19 on the antimicrobial stewardship pharmacist. Design: A survey was distributed nationally to all healthcare improvement company members. Participants: Pharmacist participants were mostly leaders of antimicrobial stewardship programs distributed evenly across the United States and representing urban, suburban, and rural health-system practice sites. Results: Participants reported relative increases in time spent completing tasks related to medication access and preauthorization (300%;P =.018) and administrative meeting time (34%;P =.067) during the COVID-19 pandemic compared to before the pandemic. Time spent rounding, making interventions, performing pharmacokinetic services, and medication reconciliation decreased. Conclusion: A shift away from clinical activities may negatively affect the utilization of antimicrobials. © The Author(s), 2022.

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2022 zh Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, zh EA 2022 ; 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1846560

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The digitization of financial transactions in both Global North and Global South has led to considerable shifts in how money is used, understood, and processed by users, banks, and fintechs. This shift from physical cash to digital media, accelerated by the COVID-19 push for digital transactions, has impacted how users perceive and use digital money and opened avenues for more data collection. This diverse panel proposes a discussion to understand the set of opportunities and challenges around the design of digital financial services (DFS) and data-driven decision-making in DFS. We will create a live working document starting before the panel to document the discussion, which develops during and after the panel. This live document will enable community to engage with a broader audience of researchers and industry, outlining processes, methods, and tools that researchers and practitioners have created to work with users to develop new equitable DFS and further exploration. © 2022 Owner/Author.

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2021 International Conference on Computational Performance Evaluation, ComPE 2021 ; : 662-666, 2021.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1831740

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With the sudden outbreak of COVID-19 pandemic all over the world, the education sector has experienced a tremendous transformation from its tradition way of providing lectures to the online mode of lectures. The online meeting platforms play a significant role in enhancing the online learning experience of the students. There are many online meeting platforms available, which offer several similar features yet provide different experiences to the users. It is important to evaluate the most preferable online meeting platform for the education sector to improve the overall education quality especially in the online learning era. This study, therefore, evaluates the preference of higher education students' preferences for online meeting platforms. For this study, three most commonly used online platforms i.e., Google Meet, MS Teams, and Zoom are considered. The evaluation process is done using cross-tabulation analysis and Chi-Square analysis. The results obtained in this study suggests that Google Meet is the most preferred online meeting platform by the students. This study provides an insight about the platform that can be used by the educators to improve the overall learning experiences of the students. © 2021 IEEE.

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2022 IEEE International Students' Conference on Electrical, Electronics and Computer Science, SCEECS 2022 ; 2022.
Article in English | Scopus | ID: covidwho-1806960

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Corona virus (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Till now, vaccination is the most effective way of fighting this pandemic of COVID-19. This paper proposes a system which will monitor and control the temperature of the vaccine storage rooms. Here an Internet of things and Machine Learning system has been developed which will measure the real time temperature of the room and will control the temperature automatically. It will try to keep the temperature in the given region, it will predict the temperature of next twenty minutes with the help of Machine learning algorithm-linear regression, it will watch for an anomaly using Z-score analysis, it will also watch if the temperature crosses upper or lower threshold. If any of the above abnormality is detected, we will get notified online through a message, the system will maintain the temperature and the workers will also get alarmed by a led and a buzzer which will work different for each significant case. © 2022 IEEE. All rights reserved

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