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Implementation of Audio-Computer Assisted Self-Interview (ACASI) among adolescent girls in humanitarian settings: feasibility, acceptability, and lessons learned
BackgroundAudio-Computer Assisted Self- Interview (ACASI) is a method of data collection in which participants listen to pre-recorded questions through headphones and respond to questions byExpand
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Strategies for recruiting injection drug users for HIV prevention services in Delhi, India
BackgroundWe utilized multiple recruitment approaches to recruit IDUs in a longitudinal cohort study to examine HIV incidence and behavior change pre- and post-introduction of comprehensive HIVExpand
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Effective approaches to user-interface design with ACASI in the developing world
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We developed a fully customized ACASI (audio computer-assisted self-interviewing) module for use with illiterate or semi-literate populations in the Developing World. Expand
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Approaches that will yield greater success when implementing self-administered electronic data capture ICT systems in the developing world with an illiterate or semi-literate population
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The Population Council confronts critical health and development issues—from stopping the spread of HIV to improving reproductive health and ensuring that young people lead full and productive lives. Expand
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Transitioning Customized ACASI Windows.NET Solution to Android Java on Lower‐Priced Devices and Technical Lessons Learned
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Research‐based organizations are continuing to find ways to leverage newer technologies in projects, specifically using lower cost hardware solutions if at all possible. Expand
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Web-based, mobile-device friendly, self-report survey system incorporating avatars and gaming console techniques
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We describe building an avatar-based self-report data collection tool to be used for a specific HIV prevention research project that is evaluating the feasibility and acceptability of this novel approach to collect self-reported data among youth. Expand
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The feasibility of using Microsoft Azure infrastructure for a monitoring and evaluation system solution in sub-Saharan Africa
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The authors of this article propose that monitoring and evaluation and other data collection technology solution providers can consider the use of the cloud, specifically the Microsoft Azure platform, as part of an overall architecture when utilized in sub-Saharan countries. Expand
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On the Potential, Feasibility, and Effectiveness of Chat Bots in Public Health Research Going Forward.
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This paper will discuss whether bots, particularly chat bots, can be useful in public health research and health or pharmacy systems operations and offer practical ways to get started with bot technology. Expand
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Avatar Web-Based Self-Report Survey System Technology for Public Health Research: Technical Outcome Results and Lessons Learned
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This paper reports on a specific Web-based self-report data collection system that was developed for a public health research study in the United States. Expand
On Selecting an Appropriate Customizable Electronic Self-Report Survey Research Technology☆
Abstract This paper will discuss relevant electronic survey technologies to consider when collecting self-report data in the contexts of humanitarian settings, social science research and globalExpand
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