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Public health nursing (PHN) practice is defined by an emphasis on population health issues rather than individually focused clinical interventions, but the actual scope and focus of PHN practice have not been well documented. The purpose of this survey was to investigate the practice activities, priorities, and education of public health nurses in(More)
Elicitation by critiquing as a cognitive task analysis methodology Abstract This paper describes elicitation by critiquing (EBC) as a cognitive task analysis (CTA) methodology. EBC takes advantage of the ability to analyze another's task performance, a necessary skill for all domains. This technique can be used to help address some barriers to CTA methods(More)
Research in 'trust' in automation has gained momentum and 'trust' has been identified as playing an essential role for implementing effective work-centered computer systems (Hoffman, Lee, Woods, Shadbolt, Miller & Bradshaw, 2009). In a socio-technical work system, the automation handles the majority of an algorithmically-intense workload but the human is(More)
Public reporting burden for the collection of information is estimated to average 1 hour per response, including the time for reviewing instructions, searching existing data sources, gathering and maintaining the data needed, and completing and reviewing the collection of information. Send comments regarding this burden estimate or any other aspect of this(More)
The authors evaluated the use of a coping skills group (CSG) therapy intervention to decrease depression and anxiety and increase healthy coping skills in a population of kidney and liver transplant candidates. The study, using a pre-posttest design, piloted a CSG with a convenience sample of 41 consenting participants on a waiting list or in workup for(More)
Cognitive task analysis (CTA) methodologies are used to discover expertise that domain practitioners utilize in order to perform tasks, but are unable to reliably articulate when asked directly. We describe a methodology that walks through a novice's process on a task in order to serve as a probe for elicitation of expert commentary. Six experienced(More)
The higher a military person goes in the ranks, the sooner the transfer, meaning the commanders who make the highest level decisions have been in a particular assignment the shortest amount of time. To acquire and maintain the maximum level of efficiency and productivity as quickly as possible, the expertise of commanders must be understood so that(More)
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