China

[Investigation on source and dissemination way of knowledge on schistosomiasis prevention and control in population in Jingjiang City after transmission-interrupted].

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Jun 30, 2016

OBJECTIVE: To understand the source of knowledge on schistosomiasis prevention and control and the acceptable degree on different propagation patterns of population in Jingjiang City after schistosomiasis transmission-interrupted, so as to provide the evidence for the production of suitable mater

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Re-Identification Risk versus Data Utility for Aggregated Mobility Research Using Mobile Phone Location Data.

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Oct 16, 2015

Mobile phone location data is a newly emerging data source of great potential to support human mobility research. However, recent studies have indicated that many users can be easily re-identified based on their unique activity patterns.

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An analysis of application of health informatics in Traditional Medicine: A review of four Traditional Medicine Systems.

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Oct 03, 2015

OBJECTIVE: This paper shall first investigate the informatics areas and applications of the four Traditional Medicine systems - Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Ayurveda, Traditional Arabic and Islamic Medicine and Traditional Malay Medicine.

Prevalence of mobile phones and factors influencing usage by caregivers of young children in daily life and for health care in rural China: a mixed methods study.

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Mar 20, 2015

INTRODUCTION: To capitalise on mHealth, we need to understand the use of mobile phones both in daily life and for health care.

OBJECTIVE: To assess the prevalence and factors that influence usage of mobile phones by caregivers of young children.

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Comparison of the middle-aged and older users' adoption of mobile health services in China.

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Jan 20, 2014

OBJECTIVE: Given the increasing number of older people, China has become an aging society. A mobile health service is a type of health informatics that provides personalized healthcare advice to those who require it, especially the older people and the middle-aged.

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